LUBBOCK – Day one of The Texas Tech Open and Multis is in the books for the Purple and White. In total, 11 athletes notched personal records in their respective events, six of which cracked Tarleton’s all-time indoor top-10 records list
Sophomore Hanna Dudley was among the top performers for the women’s individual events. In the first round of the 60m, Dudley set a personal record with a time of 7.67 seconds, enough to qualify for the semifinals. Dudley’s time tied her with teammate Breonna Campbell for third on the all-time indoor school records list. Campbell finished one spot behind with a mark of 7.70 seconds, which now is the fourth-fastest time in program history. In the semifinals, Dudley and Campbell completed the race with times that once again placed them together on the all-time indoor list. Dudley dashed home in 7.70 seconds, which tied Campbell’s earlier mark. Campbell crossed the finish line at 7.80 seconds to tie Dudley for eighth place on the all-time indoor program list. Nyla Barlow, Summer Croxton and Nakia Dunn set personal records in the event with respective times of 7.76 seconds, 7.81 seconds, and 8.00 seconds. Barlow and Croxton now rank seventh and ninth, respectively, all-time in school history.
In the women’s 60m hurdles, Khloe Turnbull etched her name in Tarleton’s indoor record books. Turnbull finished with a time of 9.12 seconds, which is now the fourth-fastest mark in program history. In addition to Turnbull, Kyndal Gladson and Karleigh Hill set personal records with marks of 9.49 seconds and 9.63 seconds
In the women’s 400m race, four Texans finished in the top-two of their heat. Jordan Anglin, who made her return last week, finished first with a time of 58 seconds, which is the fifth-best indoor mark in program history. Alessa King placed first in her heat, stopping the clock at 59.06 seconds. Brenna Lee and Macie Evans nabbed first and second place in their heat with respective personal records of 1:00.98 seconds and 1:01.08 seconds
On the men’s side, Alan Palmer and Sullivan Sanders led the way in the individual events. Palmer, who already owns Tarleton’s indoor school record in the long jump, leapt 23′ 10.” Sanders, competed in the first round of the 60m hurdles and finished with a time of 8.20 seconds. Sanders’ mark was enough to move him forward to the semi-finals where he concluded the race with the same time. Sanders’ dash signified a personal record and is the third-fastest time in school indoor history.
Reid Vincent and Isaac Hutchings competed in their first collegiate indoor 60m race Saturday afternoon. Vincent notched a persona record of y.02 seconds, which is the sixth-fastest indoor time in program history. Htchings’ time of 7.11 seconds placed him one spot behind Vincent on the all-time list.
Day two of the Texas Tech Open and Multis will begin tomorrow with the shot put at 10:00 a.m., followed by the high jump at 1:00 p.m.
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