Two School Records Fall, Three Titles Won at Tyson Invitational

Two School Records Fall, Three Titles Won at Tyson Invitational

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Sun Devils closed out the two-day Tyson Invitational with fireworks, winning the Men’s 4×400 relay in a time of 3:02.73, setting a new school record and the country’s top time this season.

The foursome of Justin RobinsonGamali FelixKaleb SimpsonJayden Davis delivered the best performance in team history while also winning the Sun Devils’ their third title of the meet, which was hosted by the University of Arkansas at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

Full meet results | Indoor record book

Robinson and Taylor Starkey brought home individual titles for the Sun Devils amongst a jam-packed field with 36 teams represented.

Robinson was victorious in the Men’s 400m on day one, breaking his own school record with his time of 45.30.

To begin day two, Starkey brought home a second title for the Sun Devils, reaching a new personal-best mark in the Women’s pole vault with her score of 4.13m 13-6½.

The Sun Devils enjoyed a productive day two, in which six individuals earned a top-10 finish, headlined by Kaleb Simpson (2nd/20.81) and Denzell Feagin (3rd/20.83) in the Men’s 200m. Fourteen total Sun Devils hit new personal-best marks in Fayetteville, as well.


1st – Justin Robinson, Men’s 400m (45.30) – Day one

1st – Taylor Starkey, Women’s pole vault (4.13m 13-6½) – Day two

1st – Robinson-Felix-Simpson-Davis, Men’s 4×400 relay (3:02.73) – Day two

2nd – Kaleb Simpson, Men’s 200m 20.81 – Day two

3rd — Denzell Feagin, Men’s 200m 20.83 — Day two

5th — Women’s 4×400 relay (3:36.62) — Day two

7th – Alexandria Johnson, Women’s long jump (5.98m 19-7½) – Day one

7th – Brandon Lloyd, Men’s shot put (17.97m 58-11 ½ ) — Day two

8th — Kiara Lee, Women’s triple jump (12.49m 40-11 3/4) — Day two

10th — Danielle Sloley, Women’s shot put (15.50m 50-10 1/4) — Day two

11th – Jayden Davis, Men’s 400m (46.76) – Day one

12th – Naiya Morgan, Women’s 200m (23.76) – Day two

14th — Alexandria Johnson, Women’s triple jump (12.24m 40-2

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