LINCOLN, Neb. – The Utah track & field team wrapped up its time in the Midwest on Saturday with another solid day of competition at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational inside the Devaney Center Indoor Track.
The 200m squad got the day going for Utah with Megan Rose posting the fastest mark at 25.17 while Ally Gomm checked in at 25.42. J’neya Hill posted a time of 25.46 in her first run in the event while Malia Overton crossed the finish line at 25.94 followed Chloe Shewell at 26.06.
Lincoln native Bri Rinn had a fantastic showing in her hometown, finishing third overall in the 800m run after smashing her PR with a time of 2:07.31 – which is the 57th-fastest mark so far this season at the time of the race.
Bailey Kealamakia was Utah’s top finisher in the 200m dash, crossing at a time of 24.69 (24.687) before Rose would register at 25.17. Gomm was the next Ute to finish with a mark of 25.42 (25.419) – which was mere moments before Hill crossed at 25.46. Overton and Shewell rounded out the Utes in this event to wrap up the day.
SPEED AND POWER MEET
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Back in the Beehive State, Madi Durrant set a new meet record at the Speed and Power Meet hosted by Utah State when she ran a 59.01 (59.12 aa) in the 400m dash to win the event. She also posted a run of 8.14 (8.16 aa) in the 60m dash prelims.
Annie Murdock was 1-of-4 racers to break the meet record in the 800m run when she posted a mark of 2:17.41 (2:16.70 aa) for third overall.
The gauntlet of indoor season continues as the distance squad returns to the PNW to compete at the Husky Classic (Feb. 9-10) inside Dempsey Indoor on the campus of the University of Washington.
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