Kingsway grad Kylie Anicic completes her 4TH STRAIGHT PSAC distance triple for Edinboro!!!!!!

Kingsway’s Kylie Anicic on Saturday finished off her 4th consecutive conference distance triple at the PSAC Championships in Slippery Rock.

Anicic, a junior at Edinboro, won the 10,000 on Thursday in 35:48.85 and won the 1,500 in 4:33.88 and 5,000 in 17:20.57 on Saturday.

Including the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference XC championships in November in Mansfield, Anicic is 13-for-13 in PSAC races since transferring from Towson.

Indoors last year, she won the mile [4:58.38], 3,000 [9:59.46] and 5,000 [17:12.88] and outdoors she won the 1,500 [4:37.92], 5,000 [17:21.02] and 10,000 [36:46.38]. This past indoor season, she won the mile [5:02.72], 3,000 [10:06.49] and 5,000 [17:34.83].

Anicic has PRs of 4:25.00 in the 1,500 from last month in Lewisburg, Pa., 9:27.55 for 3,000 meters from last year’s NCAA Division 2 indoor National Championships in Virginia Beach, 16:25.97 in the 5,000 also from indoor Nationals in Virginia Beach and 34:30.63 in the 10,000 from a meet in March in Raleigh, N.C.

How many times has Anicic been an All-America? Good question. Edinboro hasn’t updated its All-America list on its web site since 2019 because why provide up-to-date information?

But it looks like once in cross country and twice on the track.

This year’s NCAA Division 2 Championships are scheduled for May 25-27 at Neta and Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl Stadium on the Colorado State campus in Pueblo, Colo.

Anicic began her collegiate career playing soccer at Temple in the fall of 2018. She played in two games for the Owls – at Delaware State on Aug. 26, 2018, and at Wagner on Sept. 16, 2018 – before transferring to Towson, where she spent the 2019 indoor and outdoor track seasons, 2019 cross country season and 2020 outdoor season before heading to Edinboro.

She ran 2:16.98 for 800 meters and 4:36.42 for 1,500 meters at Towson.


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