Friday 20 Apr 2018

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UPDATE: Track & Field Meet At UMO (PHOTO GALLERY)

The University of Mount Olive men’s and women’s track & field teams brought home two wins on senior day as the Trojans won the 2018 Trojan Challenge at the Ray McDonald Sr. Track and Field/Lacrosse Complex Saturday in Mount Olive. UMO saw two school records fall and one near NCAA Automatic Qualifier mark hit over the weekend.

INSIDE THE RESULTS

Team Scores
Women’s Score
1st Mount Olive 90
2nd UNC Pembroke 67
3rd Shaw 56

Men’s
1st Mount Olive 250
2nd UNC Pembroke 115
3rd Mary Washington 97

 

WOMEN’S NOTABLES

Leah Hanle narrowly missed the NCAA Automatic Qualifying mark in the steeplechase as her time of 10.29.25 was 10 seconds behind the standard mark of 10:19.33. The mark was however good enough to capture an NCAA Provisional Qualifying mark and break the facility record in the process.
Hanle then went on to break the facility record in the 800m with a time of 2:18.34 taking first in the event as well.
Sydney McCoy broke in the UMO top-10 lists in the 100m moving into the 4th place spot.
Brittany Beckford had one great outing in the high jump capturing not only the facility record but the UMO school record when she cleared the bar at 1.63m.
Tameia Morrison rounded out the Trojans breaking school records as she became the new leader in the Discus with a throw of 40.04m.
UMO made several moves in the Top-10 over the weekend including 14 Trojans moving into the rankings in 18 different events.
Four Ray McDonald Sr. Complex Facility records were broken by four different Trojans as well.

MEN’S NOTABLES

Johnny Middlebrooks, Trevor Carr, and Adrian Mazo all cracked the top-3 in the UMO record books in their respective events.
Colin Fisher also set the new facility record in the steeplechase in Fisher’s first time running in the event.
UMO made several moves in the Top-10 over the weekend including 12 Trojans moving into the rankings in 15 different events.
Four Ray McDonald Sr. Complex Facility records were broken by four different Trojans as well.

 

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