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Wayne High graduate Carly Fehringer was a standout thrower for the Wildcat track and field team from 2011-14. She was a national qualifier in seven out of eight seasons (indoor/outdoor) during her career at WSC and finished as a four time All-American, a 12-time NCAA national qualifier and a three-time NSIC champion. Fehringer was the NSIC champion in the 2013 Indoor weight throw and outdoor hammer champion in 2013 and 2014 as a junior and senior. She collected her first All-American honor during the junior indoor season, placing third in the weight throw. Fehringer was the national runner up in the hammer throw as a junior and indoor weight throw as a senior and placed third as a senior in the hammer throw. She helped WSC to four straight top 20 national finishes in indoor and outdoor track and a junior and senior (3 times 18th and one 20th). Fehringer was the WSC Female Athlete of the Year in 2013 and 2014 as a junior and senior. Following her career at WSC, Fehringer served as a graduate assistant and volunteer throws coach for the Wildcats. She continued competing in the hammer throw and was 17th in the 2016 USA Olympic Trials in the hammer throw. Fehringer also competed in the USA Track and Field Championships in the event in 2015, 2017 and 2018. Fehringer currently resides in Gunnison, Colorado where she enters her second year as assistant throws coach at Western Colorado University. Carly Fehringer was inducted into the Wayne State Athletic Hall of Fame on October 5, 2019.