1999-2000 U of S Huskie Womens Track
Track & Field
In back-to-back years the Huskies won the women's team title at the Canadian Interuniversity Athletics championships. Wins in the 4x200 and 4x400 relay anchor the Huskies in 2000 in Montreal. Thrower Karla Johnson and sprinter Kim Moffatt are the dynamic duo in 2001 in Sherbrooke.
Moffatt, Amy Brockman, Lindsay Boyd and Becky Brockman seal the title in 2000 by winning the 4x400 relay, the last event of the meet. Boyd, Moffatt, Karlyn Serby and Deanne Mengel also win the 4x200.
Kristin Hagel is selected as the outstanding female athlete of the championships, winning pole vault with a CIS record, finishing second in triple jump and third in long jump.
In 2001, Karla Johnson smashes the CIS record in winning weight throw and Kim Moffatt won the 300. Moffatt, who was in her fifth year with the Huskies, placed second in her final university race, the 4x400 relay with Karlyn Serby, Marie Hildebrand and Lisa Soron. The relay win lifts the Huskies to the title.
The head coach for the Huskie teams is Lyle Sanderson. He has led the Huskies to 10 Canadian university team titles in men's and women's track and field plus cross-country running.