Sophomore sets school record in weight throw

first_imgFacebook Track and Field: Senior breaks another school record printTCU sophomore Ryan Camp broke the school weight throw record with consecutive throws of 60 feet at the New Mexico Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico.“The weight throw guys are doing well and keep getting better,” track and field head coach Darryl Anderson said. “Each meet we go to, the competition is going to get better, so they will need to keep getting better.”Camp edged teammate Isaiah Rogers to break the school weight throw record with a mark of 64 feet and 3.25 inches (19.59m). The previous record, 63 feet and 3.5 inches (19.29m), was set by Rogers on Dec. 9, 2017. Rogers recorded a mark of 62 feet 10.75 inches (19.17m) and senior Justin Sanchez matched his personal-best of 62 feet 4 inches (19.00m).Running EventsIn the 60-meter dash, senior Jalen Miller placed first with a season-best time of 6.65 seconds and senior Emeilo Ferguson placed second with a season-best time of 6.66. For the women, freshman Hope Glenn placed third with a time of 7.44.In the 400-meter dash, senior Derrick Mokaleng and junior Kayla Heard secured first-place finishes. Mokaleng recorded a time of 46.25 seconds for the men and Heard a time of 54.98 for the women. Sophomore Jostyn Andrews placed fourth for the men at 48.29 and junior Lexi Aitken placed fifth at 58.06 for the women.For the men’s 600-meter race, senior Kevin McClanahan finished first with a time of 1:17.92. On the women’s side, freshman Renee Payne placed third with a time of 1:37.06.The men’s 4×400-meter relay squad of junior Darrion Flowers, Andrews, McClanahan and Mokaleng placed first with a time of 3:11.56.In the 60-meter hurdles, junior Brittney Trought placed second, recording a time of 8.63 seconds.Freshman Evelyn Mandel placed sixth in the women’s mile with a time of 5:02.84.In the women’s 200-meter dash, freshman Hope Glenn placed third with a time of 24.51 seconds. For the men, Flowers placed fourth at 21.44 seconds and sophomore Emmanuel Ogwo placed seventh with a time of 21.80.For the women’s 3000-meter race, senior Nicole Hicks placed third with a time of 10:21.57.Field EventsIn the field events, senior Scotty Newton secured a first-place finish in the men’s triple jump, recording a mark of 52 feet 2.5 inches (15.91m). For the women, freshman Leilyn Miles placed fourth in the shot put at 45 feet 7.25 inches (13.90m).“I thought we got some things accomplished this weekend and we want to continue to get better,” Anderson said. “We’re going to take the next three weeks to prepare ourselves for conferences and take some people to the NCAA championships.”Up NextThe Frogs will travel to College Station, Texas to compete at the Charlie Thomas Invitational Friday, Feb. 2. Linkedin Twitter Maya Bulger Two teams added to ‘Meet The Frogs’ Previous articleTCU Baseball announces TV scheduleNext articleMen’s tennis splits ITA Kick-Off Weekend Maya Bulger RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Maya Bulger is a junior at Texas Christian University from Detroit, Michigan. Maya is pursuing a major in journalism and a minor in business. In her spare time she loves to watch sports, workout, read, hike, travel and bake. Courtesy of Gofrogs.com Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Get to know the TCU admission counselors World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution ReddIt Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Twitter Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Linkedin Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ ReddIt + posts Facebook Early action option removed from admission process The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive yearslast_img read more

West Indies lose third ODI despite Russell’s heroics

first_img Share Tweet NewsSports West Indies lose third ODI despite Russell’s heroics by: – June 14, 2011 19 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!center_img West Indies Team. Photo credit: southasiabiz.comST JOHN’S, Antigua — Andre Russell played a superb back-to-the-wall innings for West Indies but they fell to defeat at the hands of India in the Third Digicel Pearls One-Day International.The young allrounder from St Catherine in Jamaica came to the crease at Number 9 and saved the West Indies from disaster. He blasted an amazing 92 not out from 64 balls as the home side reached 224-8 from 50 overs. The Windies bowlers then went to work and had the Indians deep in trouble but they rebounded to reach 228-7 to win by three wickets with 22 balls to spare.The right-hander smashed the balls all parts of the field and way out of the ground as he counted eight fours and five sixes to beat his previous ODI topscore of 49, made against England in Chennai in the recent ICC Cricket World Cup.“When I went in I was not nervous. I actually ran all the way to the crease. I was pumped up from the start and I knew the team needed me today in a big way. I was batting with a senior partner so I knew I just had enough time to get myself settled, build an innings and get a good score for the team,” he said.Playing in just his seventh One-Day International, Russell featured in two significant partnerships. He added 78 for the eighth wicket with keeper Carlton Baugh (35) and an unbroken ninth-wicket stand of 51 in five overs with tailender Kemar Roach.“I felt I played really well. What made this innings special for me was the fact that it was under great pressure and it came against India, who are the world champions. As a young man, trying to make a name for myself, I just want to continue to do well for West Indies and work hard on my game. This innings has given me a lot of confidence and self-belief. I would have to say, the only regret is that we ended on the losing side.”Even though Russell’s batting brought him to prominence on Saturday he still sees himself as a bowling allrounder.“I see myself as a bowler first. That is the skill I work on the hardest, so I know I have to make some big contribution to the team with the ball as well. When I go to the nets I work on my bowling first and after that I look to get a knock. But I always work on m batting as I always look to play my part in the team. When I retire from international cricket, I want to be called a legend. I want to stay here and contribute as much as I can.”The win gave India an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match rubber. The Fourth Digicel Pearls ODI will be at the Sir Vivian Richards Grounds on Monday, a public holiday.Caribbean News Now Share Sharelast_img read more