Track and Field sees 15 student-athletes medal at UTA Invite


ARLINGTON – Tarleton track and field competed at the UTA Invite at Maverick Stadium this past weekend in its first outdoor meet of the 2023 season.

The Texans collected 15 individual medals and two team medals for a successful outing competing against the likes of UTA, UNT, DBU, TCU and SAGU.

On the women’s side five student-athletes took home medals. Jordan Anglin won the women’s 400m, running it in 56.28 seconds. Two more Texans finished second and third in the 400m as it was an all-Tarleton podium. Macie Evans finished second, running 57.98 and Alessa King came in third with a time of 58.29.

Freshman Jordan Rae, a Coleman, Texas, native, took home first place honors in the women’s high jump as she cleared 1.69m.

Rese Schoonover finished second in the 400m hurdles, running it in 1:04.67. The Stratford, Texas, native also medaled in the 100m hurdles, finishing third with a time of 14.97 seconds.

The women’s 4x400m relay team took third place, running 3:56.30. Macie Evans, Jordan Anglin, Alessa King and Brenna Lee made up the squad.

The men’s side saw eight student-athletes medal. Jacksonville College transfer Everett Sadler won the 100m dash, running it in 10.66 seconds.

Konnor Hoerman took first in the 110m hurdles with a run of 14.64 seconds, a personal best.

Freshman Noah Newman took first in the 400m hurdles, completing the race in 53.95 seconds. Brady Sisneroz placed third in the 400m hurdles, finishing in 54.97 seconds.

McMurry transfer Dazhuan Walton was a second-place finisher in the 200m dash with a time of 21.92 seconds.

Freshman Canyun Staton placed third in the 400m dash as the Wimberley, Texas, native ran it in 48.75 seconds.

Fellow freshman Ca’terrin Cox took third in the 110m hurdles, finishing in 14.93 seconds.

Ethan Bratton took fourth place in the men’s discus, throwing 47.52m.

The men’s 4x400m relay team took third place, finishing in 3:25.21. Noah Newman, Braylon Hoffman, Bryson Crippen and Ca’terrin Cox made up the squad.

The Texans will next compete in Abilene at the Wes Kittley Invitational on Friday and Saturday.

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