Brazeal Breaks Her Second Program Record of Season, McQuirter Surpasses PV Mark

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HOUSTON – The Tarleton track and field teams competed at the Howie Ryan Invitational on Friday in Houston. The Texans recorded 10 top-10 placements during the meet.

Freshman Jenna Brazeal broke her second program record of the season. She surpassed the 800m record with a time of 2:18.4 and placed ninth in the event. Haley Dennard set the previous record of 2:20.45 in 2016.

Senior Jasmine McQuirter hit an NCAA provisional mark in the long jump for the second time this season. McQuirter placed third in the event with a mark of 5.9m (19-4.25). The provisional mark is set at 5.67.

McQuirter’s placement in the long jump was the top individual performance of the women’s team. Other top performances included Marshae Davis, who placed seventh in the shot put with a measurement of 12.34m (40-6.0), and Brazeal’s record-breaking 800m run.

Cornelius Coleman was the top performer of the men’s team. The junior placed second in the 60m hurdles with times of 8.25 (semi) and 8.29 (prelim). Coleman finished third in the finals with a time of 8.25. Freshman Kevin Baez also had an outstanding showing, placing third in the men’s mile with a time of 4:17.36.

The Texans had eight top 10 finishers in the running events and two in the field events.

Next up, the Texans will travel to Lubbock to compete at the Lone Star Conference Indoor Championships. The championship will take place at the Texas Tech Sports Performance Center Friday and Saturday, February 21st – 22nd.

Full Tarleton Results

Field Events
Men’s Weight Throw
15. Oscar Rodriguez – 14.20m (46-7.25)
19. Jacob Bowers – 12.04m (39-6.0)
20. Kendall Dearth – 11.09m (36-4.75)

Women’s Weight Throw
21. Jeneka Jackson – 13.05m (42-9.75)
23. Kristen Kuehler – 11.24m (36-10.5)
24. Elena Reagan – 11.22m (36-9.75)

Women’s Shot Put
7. Marshae Davis – 12.34m (40-6.0)
15. Elena Reagan – 11.13m (36-6.25)
16. Jeneka Jackson – 11.10m (36-5.0)

Men’s Shot Put
15. Kendall Dearth – 13.45m (44-1.5)

Women’s Pole Vault
14. Marlaina Morgan – 3.10m (10-2.0)

Women’s Long Jump
3. Jasmine McQuirter – 5.9m (19-4.25)
27. Viviana Benitez – 5.0m (16-5.0)
29. Chloe Goodman – 4.95m (16-3.0)

Men’s Long Jump
12. Alan Palmer – 6.75m (22-1.75)
22. Jalen Brooks – 6.32m (20-9.0)

Women’s Triple Jump
19. Viviana Benitez – 10.42m (34-2.25)

Running Events
Women’s 60m Hurdles – Prelim
35. Lauren Franklin – 10.05

Men’s 60m Hurdles – Prelim
2. Cornelius Coleman – 8.29
19. Joey Ortiz – 8.91

Men’s 60m Hurdles – Semi
2. Cornelius Coleman – 8.25

Men’s 60m Hurdles – Final
3. Cornelius Coleman – 8.25

Women’s 60m – Prelim
30. TaKehra Jones – 8.17
35. Mariah Williams – 8.30
40. Kinsley Troutman – 8.51
41. Emily Smith – 8.52

Men’s 60m – Prelim
6. Cornell Sayles – 7.0
11. Hayden Dibble – 7.04
34. Brady Camp – 7.33
36. Timothy Gowans – 7.36

Men’s 60m – Semi
15. Hayden Dibble – 7.04
16. Cornell Sayles – 7.06

Women’s Mile
14. Imani Williams – 5:24.59
22. Johnnie Wilkinson – 5:34.95

Men’s Mile
3. Kevin Baez – 4:17.36
19. Dominick Vastlik – 4:39.49

Women’s 400m
13. Jordan Anglin – 58.41
19. Alessa King – 59.13
29. Annie Stevenson – 1:01.11

Men’s 400m
9. Colton Troutman – 49.62
25. Dahmir Pearson – 51.47
29. Malik Robinson – 52.02

Women’s 800m
9. Jenna Brazeal – 2:18.4 
18. Haley Dennard – 2:23.24
25. Taylor Richards – 2:26.08
30. Johnnie Wilkinson – 2:28.91

Men’s 800m
12. Jesus Mata – 2:00.21
18. Bailey Smotek – 2:02.01

Women’s 200m
21. TaKehra Jones – 26.51
41. Mariah Williams – 27.40
42. Kinsley Troutman – 27.68
44. Emily Smith – 27.84

Men’s 200m
10. Mikel Stone – 22.15
12. Jamel Anderson – 22.18
28. Alan Palmer – 22.76
35. Brady Camp – 23.16

Men’s 3000m
11. Quenten Lasseter – 8:47.62
13. Kyle Doty – 8:53.04
17. Nicholas Mosqueda – 8:57.58


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