Nichols scores a No. 3 NCAA mark on day two

Lubbock, Texas – The track and field team from Texas Tech wrapped up the second day with great performances coming from the field events, highlighted by Monay Nichols Recording the number 3 all-time NCAA mark in the long jump.

The women of tech sit in first place after day two with 58 points, while the men are in third place with 44 points.

On her first jump, Nichols jumped 6.97 meters (22-10.50) which would have been the clear winner for the rest of the evening. In the process, Nichols broke her school’s record of 6.86 million (22-6.25) and scored the No. 3 mark in NCAA history and 13y An American brand of all time. This label currently leads the NCAA and the world.

The 2011 tech record fell Saturday afternoon in the women’s shot put, courtesy of Kylie Johnson. On her fifth throw – taking the lead – Johnson set the 17.80-meter mark, breaking Ifeatu Okafor’s 17.77-meter mark. Johnson was the first Red Rider this weekend to win the Finals.

The second day continued with the final events of multis as Callie Jones He finished second in the heptathlon scoring 5,864 points – six points short of breaking the school’s record. In her last three events, Jones has finished fourth twice, most notably the first in the javelin at 50.38 metres. Jones entered the weekend 46y in the NCAA heptathlon, and today makes her mark in the top five in the country.

On the other hand, Aria. Tate finished sixth for TTU adding three points to the board. Tate finished with 5,344 points. Five points less than the best mark ever.

Denim Rogers The men took the decathlon in fifth place with 7,520 points which puts him in third place all-time in tech history. Gary Hasbrooke He was second but pulled on the pole vault due to a leg injury. The Australian would have taken it out, finishing the javelin and setting himself up in the 1500 to still finish seventh overall. He scored 7149 points, which is 10y All the time in the tech books.

In the women’s 100 hurdles, Damisha Roswell She posted a time of 12.78, breaking her school’s record for setting the second-fastest time heading into Sunday’s finals. Meanwhile, in the men’s 100 hurdles, four Red Riders booked a lane in Sunday’s final, led by Fashion Fasciana With an overall best time of 13.63. Kendall’s owner (13.65), Taylor Rooney (13.92) and Kyle Lind (14.21) Quartet approximation.

in 400 Omofoh knowledge (52.92) and Nayana Dubari Jay (53.04, PR) qualified for Sunday’s final. more than 100 women, Rosemary Chokuma Record time 10.94 for the second fastest heat time. Kyah Dubari Jay He took the last place in the finals with a time of 11.34. by men, Jacob Shelton He goes into Sunday sailors as he finished second in warming up at 10.31 (0.1).

Three Reds will go to tomorrow’s men’s 800 final. Moaz Al-Zahafi He led the field with a time of 1:46.81. Marco Vilca (1: 47.82) and Sven Sibus (1:49.13) Complete package. In the field of women Joanna Archer Michael Lewis booked a spot for Sunday. Archer finished sixth in the overall standings with a time of 2:06.59, while Lewis finished eighth with a time of 2:07.08.

Shot put saw for men Gabi Oladipo Sixth place. in the high jump, Caleb Wellborn She finished third with a height of 2.15m for the best season Jack Scarborough Sixth place (2.11 m).

owner mtvair He took a total of 400 hurdles with a time of 49.28 km Oscar Adlund (50.97) and Noah Burton (51.96) also booked a place for the finals. Silvia Schulze She led the way for the Women of Tech who clocked third place (57.77).

Chukwuma set her own school record in the 200 sets set two weeks before the weekend where she scored 22.78 for the fourth best time. Anissa Scott He found last place in the finals, scoring 23.24. by men, Courtney Lindsey He finds himself in Sunday’s final with a time of 20.45.

Ruth Osoro He finished the race directly behind Nichols in second place with 6.78m, and moved up to fourth place all-time in Red Rider history. while, Rota Lasmanin her first outdoor meet in the Big 12, placed fifth with a new PR of 6.42 metres.

Galen Sales He led the way for the men’s long jump, taking second place in 7.82 metres, a new PR number.

The last day starts tomorrow morning at 7am with the women’s 5km race, followed by the men.

Team results

Oklahoma – 67
Texas – 53
Texas Tech – 44

OSU- 37
Kansas State – 36
KS – 26
Iowa – 25
Baylor 23
TCU – 1

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Texas Tech – 58
Oklahoma – 53
Texas – 46
Iowa – 40
OSU – 26
Kansas State – 22
WVU – 19
KS – 18
TCU – 17
Baylor – 13

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