Wartburg Athletics | August 7, 2014 Wartburg claims third consecutive national championship Wartburg, Mount Union win titles at 2014 DIII Outdoor Track and Field Championships Share DELAWARE, Ohio -- Wartburg won its third consecutive NCAA Division III Women's Outdoor Track and FIeld Championship with 65 points on Saturday. This marked the fifth overall outdoor title in program history and fourth in the past six years. Wartburg won the team title by two points over the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. DIII TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP Championship Highlights | Photo Gallery Men's Final: Mount Union wins school's first title Women's Final: Wartburg wins third title in a row Houston: Wartburg earns DIII three-peat Houston: Mount Union stuns DIII favorite Women Day 2: Warhawks sit atop leaderboard Men Day 2: North Central (Ill.) leads field Day 2 Recap Houston: Eddy trying for decathlon comeback Houston: RPI's Muchama looks to help native Kenya Women's Day 1 Recap: Williams takes Day 1 lead Men's Day 1 Recap: Crain leads North Central (Ill.) Day 1 Recap Houston: Eddy ready to stage comeback in decathlon Wartburg's Elusme excited by future Houston: McCormack from Flying Dutch to Wolverine Live Championship Scoring How they got here: Participants named Libbey Schubert won her first individual national championship as she claimed the 200-meter dash in a time of 23.91. This also marked the first national championship in program history in this event. Tashina McAllister finished as the national runner-up in the 400m hurdles, setting a school record with a time of 59.33. This marked her second consecutive runner-up finish and All-American honor in this event. The 4x400-meter relay team of McAllister, Kayla Kregel, Kaly Adkins and Schubert finished second with a time of 3:42.75. This was the 11th All-America finish in program history. Haddie Vawter took third in the 1,500m run (4:35.55) and McAllister placed third in the 100m hurdles (14.22). Schubert also placed third in the 100m dash (11.95). Sammi Bruett placed fourth in the 3,000m steeplechase (10:37.61) for her third consecutive All-American finish in this event.