The lone female in the class, Wagner was an 11-time East Coast Conference (ECC) champion. A member of the indoor and outdoor teams from 1984-88, she still stands in the top-10 of 10 events in the Lafayette record books.
Wagner, who competed in both track and field events, captured six indoor and five outdoor ECC titles. She was an All-East selection in three events (pentathlon, 60 meter hurdles, weight throw) and was named the 1988 ECAC Athlete of the Meet.
The teams on which Wagner competed were highly successful. She was a member of a championship team every year in both indoor and outdoor track and field and served as team captain in 1988.
Wagner currently resides in Harrisburg, Pa. with her husband, Tim, and daughter Abigail (7). She currently works with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection as an engineer, a job she has held since 1988. Wagner also served on the Executive Committee of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Lafayette Alumni Association.
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