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Academic All-State = the athlete has earned an A average by your school's standards. Freshman-Senior, he or she has earned the average.

All-State = the athlete qualifies for the state meet. He or she may be a relay alternate and not actually compete, but since his or her name is on the State roster, they qualify. 

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St. Mark's (boys) and Hockaday (girls) capture state titles. 

Micah Bell of Houston Kinkaid sets three SPC individual records: 100 (10.46 - 0.8), 200 (20.89 - 0.8), and Long Jump (24-05.75 - 0.0). Other record setters include:

* Sahil Dodda - St. Mark's - 4:13.56 1600

* Houston Christian - 3:19.66 4x400 (Jordan Elie-Stuart, Horatio Brooks, James Boutte, Jr., Noah Jones)

* Zane Wallace - St. Mark's - 46-07.75 TJ 0.0

* Kat Kwiatkowski - Episcopal Bellaire - 4:56.04 1600


Boy's Winners

1A: Brazosport Christian - 125

2A: Faith Academy of Marble Falls - 100

3A: Rosehill Christian - 84

4A: Cypress Christian - 143

5A: Lutheran South Academy - 103

6A: Central Catholic San Antonio - 111.5

Girl's Team Winners 

1A: Heritage School Fredericksburg - 124

2A: Sacred Heart Hallettsville - 107

3A: Rosehill Christian - 98

4A: Cypress Christian - 119

5A: Fort Bend Christian Academy - 138

6A: St. Agnes Academy - 145.5



3A-4A Results 

UIL 3A High Point Scorers:

* 3A Girls - Taylor Nunez - UC Randolph - 35 points

* 3A Boys - 3 tied w/20: Brenen Thompson (Spearman), Chris Preddie (Little River Academy), John Hanson (SA Great Hearts Northern Oaks)

UIL 4A High Point Scorers:

* Girls: - Leah Anderson - Midlothian Heritage - 36 points

* Boys: - Brice Turner - Bay City - 20.5 points

2A-5A Results

UIL 2A High Point Scorers:

* 2A Girls - Logan Prater - Eldorado - 34 points

* 2A Boys - Caleb Lengefeld - Hamilton - 24 points

UIL 5A High Point Scorers:

* 5A Girls - Isabel Conde De Frankenberg - Cedar Park - 28 points

* 5A Boys - Che Nwabuko - Manor - 25 points

1A-6A Results

UIL 1A High Point Scorers:

* 1A Girls - Anna Hudson - Miami - 22 points

* 1A Boys - Isaiah Billingsley - Tilden McMullen County - 22 points

UIL 6A High Point Scorers

* 6A Girls - Samantha Humphries - Flower Mound - 26 points

* 6A Boys - Darius Rainey - Humble Summer Creek - 25 points 

Week Ending April 17

* Emmanuel Sgouros of Houston St. John's runs Texas' #1 all-time 3200 time (non-converted 2 Mile) in 8:47.19

* Sophia Day of Denton Guyer sets the school triple jump record: 40-04.00 and long jump record at 19-02.25 to win District 5-6A 

* Mikayla Watson of Timber Creek runs 14.81 in the 100h to break the school record

Week ending April 3

* Owen Williamson of Bishop Lynch joins the 15' club, clearing 15' 2" to win the pole vault competition at the Parish Invitational 

* Flower Mound senior Natalie Cook breaks the national record in the girl's 5,000 meters at the Stanford invitational: 15:25.93. The old record was 15:34.47 by Jenna Hutchins from Tennessee. 

Week ending March 27

** Did you know that 14 high school athletes will compete in 5 events at Texas Relays? Six athletes will compete in 6 events!

* Margaret Thompson of Hockaday moves into the #3 Texas all-time spot in the 2K Steeple, and Lovejoy's Sara Morefield moves into a tie for 4th in the 2K Steeple: 7:03.28 and 7:03.68 respectively.

The Woodlands runs a 7:45.21 4x800 at the Victor Lopez Classic, moving them from their current 4th position on the all-time TX list up to 3rd. Congratulations!

Emma Sralla of Flower Mound Marcus wins the girl's discus with a 170-07 throw, 1 inch shy of trying her PR, which sits #4 on Texas' all-time list.

Kelis Jules (2024; Frisco Lone Star) ran a 14.10 in the 100M hurdles in prelims, not only breaking the school record, but also qualifying for the finals at Texas Relays!

* Two of the top 3 finishers in the girl's 300h have re-written the all-time Texas record book: * Simone Ballard - #1 All-Time (Katy Mayde Cree; 40.68) and * Sidney Green - #3 All-Time (Allen; 40.82)

* * Meet Record * School Record * Nation's #1 HJ - Claire Lowrey of Rockwall clears 6' at the Jesuit-Sheaner Relays.

Humble Summer Creek wins the DII 4x400 at Texas Relays in a time of 3:09.92, just outside of Texas' all-time #5 time of 3:09.79 by Killeen Ellison in 1991.​

* St. Dominic Savio DI Girl’s 4x400 – 3:49.06 – Texas Relays meet record breaking Stafford’s 2006 time of 3:52.18.

* Autumn Wilson of St. Dominic Savio wins Girl’s DII 100m in 11.19, TX #2 all-time if wind legal: 3.2w

* Simone Ballard of Katy Mayde Creek wins Girl’s DII 100h in 13.28, TX #4 all-time if wind legal: 3.8w

* Flower Mound’s Girl’s 4x800 runs an 8:57.39, shattering the meet record set in 2009 by Long Beach Poly (CA). This is also Texas’ all-time #1 time.

* Brandon Green of Ruston (LA) wins the triple jump in a Texas Relays meet record of 51-03.75.

* Humble Summer Creek Boys run 3:19.87 to break the Texas Relays meet record of 3:23.44 by Humble Kingwood in 2012.

* Christopher Riley of Austin McCallum runs the Boy’s 1600 in 4:05.78, breaking UT legend’s Leonel Manzano’s Marble Falls time of 4:06.29

* Humble Summer Creek's Jade Johnson triple jumps a wind-legal 42-03.50, moving into 7th place on the all-time Texas list. 

* Dallas Bishop Lynch's Owen Williamson sets the school pole vault record at 14-06

* Sillas Zimmerman of Grand Oaks continues raising the bar to 15-06 for the school's vault mark

* McKinney North's Kody Blackwood breaks his own Eaton Eagles Meet record in the 300h. The time is now 37.67.

Week Ending March 7, 2022

* Frisco Memorial's Tatiyana Guice PRs with a school record 124-11 in the discus

* Dallas Wilson's Isaac Onuoha high jumps 6-10 for a school record 

* Frisco Lone Star's Hannah Forde sets the school's long jump mark at 19-06.00

* Chidubem Lebechi of Katy Tompkins goes 55-04 in the shot and 144-01 in the disc

* Houston Christian's Boys 4x400 sets a school record: 3:25.03

* Ty Lott of Grand Oaks breaks the school record in the shot put which now stands at 49-02.50 

* McCarly Holloman of Midland Christian claims two school records: 2:19.39 800 and 5:26.10 1600 

* Colton Dement of Grand Oaks breaks the school long jump mark, now at 22-08.00 

* Mansfield Lake Ridge's Miles Jones joins the 24-foot club in long jump

Week Ending February 20, 2022

1. Walker St. John of Grapevine breaks his own school record in the 800, recording a 1:53.32

2. "Senior Michael Bayne of Grand Oaks breaks his previous School Record in the 2k Steeple w/ an unofficial 6:45 5th place finish, a 27s drop!"

3. Clair Lowrey of Rockwall sets the school record with her 5-11 HJ PR and moves to #1 in the nation

4. "Eva Jacobson Fr. c/o 25 [Midlothian Heritage] with meet and school record in 800m time of 2:23.07 *first full meet of season. Oh and she played full soccer game before running..."

Week Ending February 13, 2022

1. "Jetzibe Trevino of Huffman-Hargrave broke the 3200 school record this morning with a time of 11:06.95. The old record 11:16.79 was set in 2011 at the State Track Meet by Taeler Marshall."

2. Chandler Wilson of Wolfforth Frenship double-PRs to raise her vault to 12'. 

3. "Great way to start the year for McKenzie Davis of Carrollton Creekview winning Discus out the gate with another PR and school record with a throw of 151’9”." She also wins the shot put with a school record of 44-08.00.

4. Frisco Lone Star's Kailynn Jackson (OU commit) sets the school's 800 record in a time of 2:19.57 at the Denton Ryan Invitational 

5. Keller Timber Creek's Kennedy Spaeth PRs with a shot put at 41-00.50 

6. Jordan Keys of Katy Tompkins long jumps an early-season 23-02.00 

Southwestern University (Georgetown, Texas) is looking for a couple of volunteer coaches: jumps / pole vault: Email   

DeSoto Head Girl's Coach June Villers has been named the first & only Female Coach of the Year with THSCA. She will also be inducted into the National HS Hall of Fame as well as a nominee for the National Coach of the Year.

January 29, 2022 - Kailyn Head of Denton Ryan broke the meet record in the 60m hurdles on Saturday at the Oklahoma Indoor Meet #1 in Norman. She ran a 8.98 and broke the old record of 9.45. According to MileSplit, it is the the fastest time by a freshman in the State & 2nd fastest time in the Nation by a freshman. 15th fastest time in the State overall. 

UTRGV Athletics Hires Four-Time Olympian Cleopatra Borel as Track & Field Throws Coach - Full Story 


Greenhill School

Part Time Track & Field Coach Opening

Positions: 2 positions

1. Pole Vault Coach

2. Throws Coach

Stipend only position for Jan 31 – Apr 30

Contact:  Stacey Johnson -   (214) 549-9732

Week Ending January 9, 2022

Three records fall at A&M HS Indoor Meet:

1. Autumn Wilson - 7.42 60-meter dash 

2. Kailey Littlefield - 2:12.68 800

3. Mackenzie Dagrosa - 5-10 high jump

Week Ending December 5, 2021

Abeni Kratzmeyer - UT-Tyler - vaults 3.91m for the indoor school record. 

Tristan Meadors - UT-Tyler - runs 8.27 in the 60h for the indoor school record. 

Angel Contreras - UT-Tyler - runs 14:29.67 in the 5,000 for the indoor school record - by nearly 52 seconds!

Asia Robertson - Midwestern State - runs 25.89 in the 200 for the indoor school record.

Kennedy Smith - Midwestern State - runs 7.91 in the 60m for the indoor school record.

Peyton Lewis - Midwestern State - long jumps 17-00.75 for the indoor school record. 

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UT-Tyler is looking for a couple of volunteer coaches: throws / pole vault:


Outdoor Nationals: NSAF, Presented by Nike

* Emma Rodriguez-Wade of Cedar Park wins the Girl's MS Mile - 5:02.56

* Luis Tovar of San Antonio Swift earns the bronze in the Boy's MS Mile - 4:35.79

* Marcelo and Franco Parra take 2nd and 5th in the Freshmen Boy's Mile - 4:19.91 / 4:24.33

* Madison Morgan of Houston sets the meet record in the 3K Race Walk - 14:12.66

* Kevin Grubbs of Humble and Michael Jitjaeng of Big Sandy take 3rd and 9th in the discus: 58.42m / 42.42m

* Amelia Flynt of All-American Throwers takes 7th in Girl's discus - 46.64m - and 8th in shot put: 46-06.00

* Skylar Bohman of The Throwing Factory, 14th in Girl's discus - 43.66m

* Tumi Onaleye of Katy comes in 7th in Girl's LJ - 12.18m

* Sky Schuller takes 5th in Girl's PV - 4.07m

* Kason O'Riley of Marble Falls wins Boy's HJ at 2.14m

* Solomon Washington of Round Rock takes 2nd in Boy's Triple at 15.18m

* Damilare Olukosi of Fort Bend finishes 10th in the Boy's TJ at 14.26m

* Brianna Brand of Grand Prairie and Alexis Tilford-Rutherford of Sugar Land finish 4th and 9th in the Girl's LJ:  5.87m / 6.68m

* Evelyn Lavielle, Abbie Hirth and Megan Judd go 5, 7 and 14 in the Girl's HJ - 1.74m, 1.69m, 1.64m 

* Solomon Washington and Zane Wallace go 8 and 16 in the Boy's LJ - 7.04m / 6.80m 

* Kody Blackwood - Prime Time Elite - 4th place 400h - 53.23

* Sidney Green of Allen and Logan Neely of DeSoto go 3 and 11 in the Girl's 400h: 1:00.97 / 1:02.29

* Jasmine Montgomery - SA Reagan - wins the Girl's 100 - 11.44 1.6w

* Nazzio John of SA Roosevelt takes 3rd in the Boy's 100 at 10.33 1.9w and 3rd in the 200 - 20.65 2.1w

* Taejha Badal of Track Houston takes second in the Girl's 200 - 23.46 1.3w

* Tairah Johnson of Dave Bethany TC takes 3rd in the Girl's 100h - 14.01 1.1w

* Barry Richards of Humble takes 3rd in the 110h - 13.81 1.5w

* Cedar Hill Boys wins the 4x100 in 41.31

* Garrett Kaalund, Khamari Terrell and Adam Mason go 2, 3, 12 in the 400 - 46.88 / 46.92 / 48.51

* Eva Jess of El Paso takes 6th in the Girl's 5,000 - 17:03.74

* Foster Wifong and Marcelo Parra take 8th and 9th in the Boy's 5,000

* Addison Stevenson of Katy Tompkins takes 5th in the 2,000 Steeple - 7:03.68

* Wyatt Hoover - Floresville - 2K Steeple, 9th - 6:14.20

* Kat Kwiatkowski takes 10th in the 800 - 2:10.81 

* Bryanna Craig and Sky Schuller go 2, 4 in the Heptathlon - 5,138 / 5,046 points

Olympic Trials - Texans Heading to Tokyo

* At 23.37, reigning Olympic Champion Ryan Crouser just set the World Record in the Men's Shot Put - 76-08.25! Crouser breaks Randy Barnes' 31-year old record of 75-10.25 on his 5th attempt. 

* Coach Sion of University of Texas guides Valarie Allman to Tokyo in the discus with a Trials win of 229-05

* Sha'Carri Richardson of Dallas Carter (LSU) and Teahna Daniels (University of Texas) punch their tickets to Tokyo in the 100 meters 

* Jasmine Moore - Mansfield Lake Ridge/UGA - punches her ticket to Tokyo in the Triple Jump

* Trayvon Bromell, Ronnie Baker and Fred Kerley sweep the 100-meter dash and are heading to Tokyo

* Bryce Deadmon qualifies as a member of the Relay Pool 

* Inika McPherson, from Port Arthur, earns a provisional spot on the High Jump team, but must wait to see if she earned a trip based on the World Athletics points system. She cleared a season's best 6-04.00

* KC Lightfoot - Baylor University - punches his ticket to Tokyo in the Men's Pole Vault 

* Bryce Hoppel - Midland / University of Kansas - takes 3rd in the Men's 800 and earns his Olympic ticket

* Benard Keter - Texas Tech - is heading to Tokyo in the 3000m Steeple 

* Sally Kipyego - Texas Tech - Marathon

* Wil London - Waco High and Baylor University - earns a trip to Tokyo in the relay pool

* Maggie Malone - Texas A&M - earns her trip in the Javelin 

* Tara Davis - University of Texas - long jump 

* Nathaniel Mechler - University of Houston - Decathlon (competing for Canada)

Phathutshedzo Shaun Maswanganyi - University of Houston - 100 / 200 (competing for South Africa)

* Stacey Ann Williams - University of Texas - 4x400 (competing for Jamaica)

* Annie Kunz of Texas A&M wins the Heptathlon and will compete in Tokyo

* Steffin McCarter - Lampasas / UT - will compete in the Men's Long Jump

* Athing Mu - Texas A&M - will compete in the Women's 800

* Raevyn Rogers - Houston Kinkaid - will compete in the Women's 800

* Emil Blomberg - 3K Steeple - UTA (competing for Sweden)

Tobi Fawehinmi - UTA - Paralympics - Jumps 

* Charokee Young - Texas A&M - Relay Pool (competing for Jamaica)
* Ruth Usoro - Texas Tech - Triple Jump (competing for Nigeria)

* Arianna Ince - Rice - Javelin

* Mario Burke - University of Houston - 100 (competing for Barbados)

* Anicka Newell - Texas State - Pole Vault (competing for Canada) 

* Leonardo Ledgister - A&M-Corpus - 400h (competing for Jamaica)

* Sean Bailey - UTEP - 400 / 4x400 (Competing for Jamaica)

* Ned Azemia - UTEP - 400h (Competing for Seychellois)

* Loubna Benhadja - UTEP - 100 (Competing for Algeria)

* Tobi Amusan - UTEP - 100h (Competing for Nigeria)

* Blessing Okagbare - UTEP - 100, 200, 4x100 (Competing for Nigeria)

* Emmanuel Korir - UTEP - 400, 800 (Competing for Kenya)

* Churandy Martina - UTEP - 4x100 (Competing for Netherlands)

* Michael Saruni - UTEP - 800 (Competing for Kenya)

* Tanner Wright - Hardin-Simmons - Paralympics - events TBD

* Shaun Gill - Texas A&M-Kingsville -100 (Competing for Belize)

NCAA DI Results - 

     Wednesday's Results - Branson Ellis (Stephen F. Austin) NCAA Champion Men's Pole Vault; Clayton Fritsch takes 4th and Paulo Benavides tied for 7th. Adrian Piperi (UT) captures second place in the Men's Shot Put

     Thursday's Results - Tara Davis (UT) NCAA Champion Women's Pole Vault; 6 of top 8 spots Texas ties; Tuesdi Tidwell (Baylor) ties for 3rd in Pole Vault

     Friday's Results - SFA's 4x400 stuns with a 2nd-place finish behind Auhmad Robinson's anchor

     Saturday's Results - Top 4 triple jumpers ALL represent Texas - Ruth Usoro (TX Tech captures the title) - Athing Mu wins the 400 in record time: 49.57 and then runs a 48.85 anchor to help A&M set the 4x400 collegiate record at 3:22.34

     Overall Results 

NCAA DII Results 


Glen Sefcik - NCAA DI Championships On-Site Report 

March 14, 2021

NCAA DI Results - Top 8

Tyra Gittens - Texas A&M - NCAA Champion - Pentathlon

Bryson DeBerry - UT-Arlington - 8th Place - High Jump

Kayli Johnson - Texas Tech - 8th Place - Shot Put

Matthew Boling - Georgia - 7th Place - Long Jump [Houston Strake Jesuit]

Jalen Seals - Texas Tech - 8th Place - Long Jump [Fort Worth Boswell]

Micaiah Harris - Texas - 4th Place - 200 M

Texas - 3rd Place - DMR 

Tyra Gittens - Texas A&M - 1st Place - High Jump

Nissi Kabongo - Stephen F. Austin - 5th Place - High Jump [Frisco Liberty]

Tara Davis - Texas - NCAA Champion - Long Jump

Claire Bryant - Florida - 2nd Place - Long Jump [Houston Memorial]

Tyra Gittens - Texas A&M - 3rd Place - Long Jump 

Ruth Osoro - Texas Tech - 5th Place - Long Jump 

Monae Nichols - Texas Tech - 6th Place - Long Jump 

Jasmine Moore - Georgia - 8th Place - Long Jump [Mansfield Lake Ridge]

Grace Forbes - Rice - 6th Place - 5000 M

Tuesdi Tidwell - Baylor - 6th Place - PV

Clayton Fritsch - Sam Houston - 7th Place - PV

Chengetayi Mapaya - TCU - 2nd Place - TJ

Reed Brown - Oregon - 5th Place - Mile [Southlake Carroll]

Yusuf Bizimana - Texas - 8th Place - Mile 

Bryce Deadmon - Texas A&M - 5th Place - 400

Champion Allison - Alabama - 6th Place - 400 [George Ranch]

Eric Edwards - LSU - 5th Place - 60MH [Langham Creek]

Tre'Bien Gilbert - Arkansas 8th Place - 60MH [Converse Judson]

Takieddine Hedeilli - Texas Tech - 3rd Place - 800M

Matthew Boling - Georgia - NCAA Champion 200M

Micaiah Harris - Texas - 5th Place - 200M

Texas A&M - 7th Place - 4x400

Texas - 8th Place - 4x400

Ruth Usoro - Texas Tech - NCAA National TJ Champion

Deborah Acquah - Texas A&M - 2nd Place - TJ

Jasmine Moore - Georgia - 4th Place - TJ [Mansfield Lake Reidge]

Athing Mu - Texas A&M - 2nd Place - 400M

Charokee Young - Texas A&M - 4th Place - 400M

Rosaline Effiong - Arkansas - 7th Place - 400M [DeSoto]

Ackera Nugent - Baylor - NCAA Champion 60MH

Chanel Brissett - Texas - 3rd Place - 60 MH

Milan Young - LSU - 5th Place - 60MH [Houston Lamar]

Aaliyah Miller - Baylor - NCAA Champion 800M

Kynnedy Flannel - Texas - 3rd Place - 200M

Abby Gray - Arkansas - 5th Place - 5000M [Alamo Heights]

Texas A&M NCAA Champions 4x400

Baylor - 8th place - 4x400

NCAA D2 Results - Top 8

Ushan Perera - A&M-Commerce - NCAA Champion - High Jump 

Micky Ferdinand - A&M-Commerce - 3rd Place - High Jump 

Decio Andrade - Angelo State - 2nd Place - Weight Throw

Johnathon Harper - A&M-Kingsville - 2nd Place - Heptathlon

Zada Swoopes - West Texas A&M - NCAA Champion - Shot Put [Whitewright]

Florance Uwajeneza - West Texas A&M - 2nd Place - 5000 M

Peniel Richard - West Texas A&M - 3rd Place - TJ

Benjamin Azamati - West Texas A&M - NCAA Champion - 60M

Desmond Aryee - West Texas A&M - 8th Place - 60M

Dorian Andrews - Texas A&M-Commerce - 2nd Place - 60MH

Tyrin Lewis - West Texas A&M - 5th Place - 60MH

Jahmaal Wilson - West Texas A&M - 7th Place - 60MH

Butare Rugenerwa - West Texas A&M - 3rd Place - 800M

Arnaud Taki - West Texas A&M - 5th Place - 800M

Ayman Zahafi - Texas A&M-Kingsville - 6th Place - 800M

Benjamin Azamati - West Texas A&M - 3rd Place - 200M

Diego Pettorossi - Angelo State - 6th Place - 200M

Taylor Nelloms - West Texas A&M - NCAA TJ Champion

Flore Gracia - West Texas A&M - 6th Place - TJ

Antonija Radic - Angelo State - 7th Place - TJ

Miriam Zanovello - West Texas A&M - 8th Place - TJ

Minna Sveard - Texas A&M-Commerce - 3rd Place - 400M

Shiean Walters - Angelo State - 4th Place - 400M

Florance Uwajeneza - West Texas A&M - 4th Place - 3000M

Angelo State - 8th Place -- 4x400

"Texas A&M track & field’s Tyra Gittens claimed the NCAA pentathlon National championship with a collegiate-record score of 4,764 points, Thursday evening at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

"While setting a collegiate record, the multi-athlete also set a facility record, Trinidad and Tobago national record and became the first female Aggie to win an individual indoor title since 2014 when Brea Garrett won the weight throw. Gittens’ score of 4,764 points is the most in the pentathlon by a female athlete from a Caribbean nation."

The oldest record on the board came down today! Meg Mayfield took with a 5’5” clearance, besting the previous mark of 5’4.5”, held by BH legend @VFlores34 for over 25 years!!!

"Carlie Weiser [Giddings] breaks her own school record in the discus with a throw of 155-03.00."

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March 7, 2021

Olivia Lueking of Clear Creek vaults 14-01 to win the Clear Lake Invitational. This mark is the second-best mark in Texas history and the #1 in-season mark. Desiree Freier's 14-07.25 was achieved in the post-season. 

Brya Brewer from Cedar Hill HS sets new triple jump PR with a jump of 41’2.5”.  She also jumped 19’1.25” in the long jump.

Candace Mongo of Denton Guyer sets a new long jump record w/ a jump of 18-4.75!!

Amelia Flynt of Katy Cinco Ranch PRs in the disc at 155-00

John Sisson of Clear Falls sprints 48.18 400 meters for a school record

Amarachukwu Oguchi of the John Cooper School extends her school disc record: 148-01 

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February 28, 2021

She's at it again: Athing Mu destroys the 800 collegiate record with a time of 1:58.40

Sophomore Brenna Stell of Denton Guyer clears 11-9 in pole vault to break a 10+ year old school record!

Brynn Brown of Denton Guyer breaks two of her own records: 4:43.96h 1600 and 2:16.56h 800

Alyssa Thomas of Barbers Hill throws 37-08 in the shot to add her name to the school record board. 

Frenship High school’s Chandler Wilson (SO) double PR’d with jumps over 10’6 and 11’ in the Vault.

Fort Bend Austin's Jade Harris breaks the school record in the 300h at 45.69

John Cooper School's Amarachukwu Oguchi breaks the school record with 142-06 disc

Kevin Grubbs of Humble Summer Creek breaks the school's disc record, now at 178-10

Brya Brewer of Cedar Hill sets a triple jump PR at 40-01.50 

Harlingen's Eric Quilantan long jumps 23-11 

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February 21, 2021

"Jack Turner put a stamp on defending his C-USA Indoor heptathlon title by running away with the 1,000m in 2:49.31. The sophomore scored 5,489 points to win his second straight crown."

A&M Commerce: "Ushan Perera claim[s] the Sri Lankan record, school record, 6th-highest bar in NCAADII history, and the LoneStarConf title at 2.25 meters (7-4 1/2)"

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February 14, 2021

Bryce Hoppell just sets an American indoor record in the 1000 meters: 2:16.27!

For the second consecutive meet, Chengetayi (Du) Mapaya put on a show from the start. On his first jump (16.80m), the senior broke the meet and facility record at Texas Tech's Sports Performance Center. 

Du Airlines took off for 16.85m (55-3.5) on his second attempt, improving his NCAA-leading mark.

Donovan Brazier of Texas A&M lowers his own American Indoor record in the 800: 1:44.21

West Texas A&M's Butare Rugenerwa broke the 800-meter school and Lone Star Conference record on Friday afternoon at the Texas Tech Shootout in Lubbock. He finished in 1:48.48

KC Lightfoot of Baylor joins the 6-meter club! 

Baylor's Aaliyah Miller breaks her own school's 800 record with a time of 2:02.35

A&M Women run 3:26.27 indoor 4x400: "Collegiate Record / World Leading / No. 4 Relay team in world history /  No. 9 best performance in world history"

Cole Lindhorst - Air Force Academy (Katy Tompkins) - runs "3:59.28 [to] set a new Academy Record in the mile at the Iowa State Classic!"

Duncanville's Pierre Goree runs 10.74 (100), 21.38 (200) and 2nd leg of 41.04 4x100

Lancaster's Kobe Milligan runs 49.89 400, long jumps 21-10.50 and runs 2nd leg of 4x4 - 3:23.89

Duncanville's Martin Chavez with the distance double: 4:21.81 / 10:19.09

Brazosport's Robert Whitmarsh runs 1:53 800

Longham Creek's Jaquaize Pettaway runs's 10.73 100

Bryce McCray of Richmond George Ranch runs 37.08 300H

Kenondra Davis - FW Trimble Tech - runs 11.81 / 24.04

Cassandra O'Pry of North Crowley: 5:09.42 (1600) and 11:19.47 (3200)

Jalaysia Smith of DeSoto - 14.03 100H

Ashyria Savage of Lancaster - 45.39 300H

Kennedy Ware of Clear Falls - 55.05 400 and 2:14.01 800

Karson Gordon - FB Ridge Point (freshman) 45-09 triple jump

Alberto Orta of Friendswood - 164-00 / 54-03

Olivia Lueking - LC Clear Creek - 13-01 pole vault + 44.80 300H

Chrystal Herpin of Pearland Dawson - 163-06 disc / 43-10 shot

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February 7, 2021

In her debut season, Athing Mu is becoming a weekly highlight reel. Today? 50.52 indoor 400 = 4th-fastest woman in American & Collegiate history and 20th fastest woman in world history!

UT's Tripp Piperi goes 21.74m / 71-04 Shot Put for NCAA #2 All-Time Indoor - and breaks Crouser's school record 

LeTourneau athletes set 7 school records: Full Story --> Day 1 of Wichita State Meet / Day 2 

Ronnie Baker (ex-TCU), Trayvon Bromell (ex-Baylor), Andrew Hudson (ex-Texas Tech) go 1-2-3 in the Men's 60m at the American Track League

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January 31, 2021

Houston Baptist Senior Kaitlin Smith set a new program record in the pentathlon against a field consisting primarily of competitors from the Big 12, Pac-12 and the SEC as she placed third overall with 3,934 points and a new PR in the long jump.

"Robert Mason and Jacob White broke school records Friday as LeTourneau University men's track & field team opened the indoor season at Wichita State University's Shocker Invitational.
      "Mason recorded a throw of 39-8 ½ in the shot put to finish third behind Oklahoma Baptist's Alexander Schovanec and Wichita State's Alex Schovanec won the event with a throw of 48-6 ¼. White ran a 52.03 in the 400 meters to finish fourth in an event four YellowJackets placed in the top eight. Wichita State's JD Prinsloo won the race with a time of 50.60 seconds.
      "Jack Miller was first in the pole vault with a mark of 15-1 ¾. Wichita State's Nathan Vann also cleared 15-1 ¾. Miller's win in the event has him atop the NCAA Division III leaders early in the season."

"Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens won four of the five events in the pentathlon en route to setting a school record with 4,612 points, her score is the third best performer mark in collegiate history and set a Trinidad and Tobago national record.
      "Gittens got the party started winning the 60m hurdles with a personal best time of 8.33, it was the second consecutive week of clocking a personal best in the event. She followed with setting a school record in the high jump clearing 1.91m/6-3.25, an NCAA-leading clearance. The junior continued to claim victories in the shot put (12.94m/42-5.5) and long jump (6.58m/21-7.25), before finishing with the 800m at 2:30.86."

Texas Tech's Gabe Oladipo throws 73'-7.25" (22.43m) in the weight throw "to win the event and move himself up to the number-two spot in the NCAA this season."

KC Lightfoot of Baylor clears 5.95m (19-06.25) to raise the bar on his collegiate record. 

A&M's Athing Mu runs a 50.03 split to propel A&M to victory in the 4x400 at Tech. 

Houston's "Triston Gibbons shattered the meet record (H-Town SpeedCity Series) with a throw of 18.73m (61-05.50). The mark is the 12th-best among collegians this season.

     "Shaun Maswanganyi led all competitors matching the third-fastest time among collegians this season and the ninth-fastest time in the world this season to win the 60-meter with a time of 6.64."

TCU's "Tinotenda Matiyenga won the men's 200m (20.75) and broke the Zimbabwe national indoor record for the event in the process. The senior's time checks in at No. 6 in the nation entering the weekend."

West Texas A&M's "Benjamin Azamati continued his incredible start to the indoor season with another record-breaking performance in the 60-meter dash. The sophomore broke his own school and Lone Star Conference record, 6.59, en route to winning the event."

     "Gerard Bryant broke the program record in the heptathlon, set back in 2018 by Kylon Drones, after finishing third with 4,860 points."

At Southlake North Texas Winter 800/3200, Luke Lambert of Wylie (Tulsa commit) and Ben Shearer (Arkansas commit), take home titles: 1:56.31 and 9:06.20 respectively.

At Southlake North Texas 800/3200, sophomore Gabby Love of Colleyville Heritage captures the 800 (2:15.35) while freshman Abby Love of Colleyville Heritage captures the 3200 - 10:55.89

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January 24, 2021

WORLD RECORD: In his first throw of the 2021 season at the American Track League #1 Indoor Meet, Ryan Crouser breaks the World Record of Randy Barnes (1969; 74-04.25) with a toss of 74-10.50

Tonea Marshall of Arlington Seguin and @LSUTrackField sets a PB in her 60-meter hurdle victory at the American Track League #1

Trayvon Bromell and Divine Oduduru go 1-2 in the 60m Dash at the American Track League #1: 6.48 and 6.65 respectively 

COLLEGIATE RECORD: Athing Mu of Texas A&M breaks an almost 40-year old record in the indoor 600. She runs 1:25.80 to shave .76 seconds off the 1981 time.

Bryce Deadmon of A&M "clocked 32.73 to set the 300m Aggie record, which was also the fifth-best all-time in collegiate history.

Bryson DeBerry of UTA breaks the school's (and his own) indoor high jump mark, now at 7-03. 

Jasmine Moore - Mansfield Lake Ridge / University of Georgia - triple jumps to #2 in the country: 44-11.75

Strake Jesuit's Matthew Boling - University of Georgia - sprints to #2 in the Georgia record books with a 45.51 indoor 400

For the second week in a row, Baylor's KC Lightfoot eclipses 19 feet, this time 19-04.25 at A&M

Baylor's Ackera Nugent runs the 2nd fastest 60m time in the NCAA: 8.08

Junior Malik Pratt set a (Hardin-Simmons) Cowboy record in the 600m, breaking the mark he previously set with a new time of 1:23.45. Ethan Ramirez ran a 1:28 in the 600m.

Monae Nichols' 22-01.75 long jump (Texas Tech) moves her to #1 in the world

Gabe Oladipo of Texas Tech (Fort Bend Hightower) sets the school record in the weight throw at 72-09.75

"Tripp Piperi produced the highlight performer of the day, as he extended his NCAA lead with a personal-best 21.12m effort in the men's shot put. Piperi, the 2019 NCAA Outdoor national champion in the event, joined 2016 Olympic gold medalist Ryan Crouser as the only Longhorns to hit the 21-meter mark indoors in the shot put.

"All-American sprinter Kynnedy Flannel clocked a 23.09 (200), the No. 2 mark in the NCAA and the world this season, en route to victory.

"All-American jumper/hurdler Tara Davis soared past the field en route to a victory in the women's long jump. Davis, the American junior world-record holder in the event, cleared an indoor collegiate-best 6.56m/21-6.25 to pick up her first win of the season. It was the No. 2 mark in the NCAA this year and the fourth-best in the world."

UT-Tyler: "Summer Grubbs, a 2020 All-Lone Star Conference first team performer, broke her own school record in the 400 meters, taking a full second and then some off her previous best with a new standard of 58.91 seconds. Newcomer Audrey O'Connor broke the school record in the shot put in her first competition as a Patriot, throwing 12.11 meters (39'-8 ¾") on Friday. She extended her new program-best mark in Saturday's meet, throwing 12.35 meters (40'-6 ¼").

"Antonio Chavez notched a school-record in the 5,000 meters, recording a time of 15:21.80 to beat the previous mark by a 22-second margin. The final school record performance came from Destiny Parker, who established the program-best in the triple jump with a best mark of 9.99 meters (32'-9½")."


Week ending March 1, 2020
Boerne Champion sophomore Anastacia Gonzales broke the San Antonio area record in the girls 800-meter run with a time of 2 minutes, 10.04 seconds at Thursday’s Boerne ISD Relays 2. Gonzales broke the previous mark (2:10.20) set by Smithson Valley’s Devin Clark in 2015. -- 

TCUMariah Castillo broke Rebecca Allison's 800m school record from 1986. The sophomore clocked in at 2:09.64. 

Baylor: Baylor sophomore KC Lightfoot successfully defended his conference pole vault crown in a battle with Kansas' Zach Bradford to highlight day one of the 2020 Big 12 Indoor Track & Field Championship Friday at the Lied Recreation-Athletic Facility on the campus of Iowa State University.

Coppell's Skyler Schuller now hold the school records in the pole vault (13' 00") and the 100H (14.56 FAT-nwi), and she's only a freshman

Bryce Foster of Katy Taylor with a US #1 198-00 disc

McMurry: Junior Sean Germany took his "last chance" to the extreme, shattering his own school record in the men's triple jump with a leap of 15.06 meters. His previous record was 14.76m, which at the time ranked him sixth on the NCAA D3 Performance list.

Johnathan Baker of Paetow HS soars to a US #1 long jump - 26-02.75
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Week ending February 23, 2020
Houston: [Taylor] Scaife continues to be a dominating presence for the Cougars in the field, earning her fourth first-place finish in the weight throw this season. The senior surpassed 22.00m (72-2.00) on three of her five attempts, with her best throw coming on her third toss as she earned a mark of 22.89m (75-01.25). Scaife reset the program record in the event after shattering it last season. The toss is the second-best toss among collegians this season and shatters the previous Carl Maddox Fieldhouse record. The senior closes out the regular season as one of 11 women to earn a mark of 22.00m or more this season in the NCAA.

UT-Tyler: School Records: Summer Grubbs scored a school-record 3,264 points in the pentathlon, claiming a runner-up finish after notching personal-bests in the high jump and shot put. Grubbs added an improved school-record in the open 60-meter hurdles, snagging a spot in Saturday's final with the record performance of 8.99. Corey Perryman also improved his school-record time in the 60-meter hurdles, clocking a time of 8.39 to propel him into Saturday's finals, and the Patriots' men's distance medley relay team produced another school-record time of 10:43.60.

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Week ending February 16, 2020
Waxahachie Life freshman Charzell Williams blasts the school record in the 3200. She knocks off 56 seconds and posts an 11:50 in her first high school competition.

BaylorKC Lightfoot won a duel of the No. 1 and No. 2-ranked pole vaulters in the NCAA in emphatic fashion, breaking his own school record yet again with a mark of 19-1 ½ (5.83m) at the Lied Recreation Athletic Center in Ames, Iowa.

Hardin-SimmonsMadison Hemenway broke the Cowgirl indoor record in the 5k running a 19:33.63. Tyler Rohrman improved his previous men's 5k record to 15:39.57.
     Damonn Harrison also improved his 200m Cowboy track record, finishing in 21.51.

HoustonOn the second day of action at the Clemson, yet another program record fell. [Antonio] Ruiz opened the day for the Cougars by besting the program record that he set only one week ago at the Charlie Thomas Invitational. The junior cleared 5.50m (18-00.50) on his first attempt, ultimately taking first-place in the event.

Houston Baptist: Senior Samara Hodges and sophomore Jessica Rabius set new program records in the mile and the high jump while the HBU track & field team made a strong showing at the UH Howie Ryan Invitational inside the Yeoman Fieldhouse on Friday.
     Rabius earned the win in the mile with a time of 5:00.08 to improve on her own PR by more than seven seconds and best the previous school record by more than a second. That record was previously held by Jessica Whitt and set in 2013. Her time ranks her third in the Southland Conference this season.
     Hodges, meanwhile, improved upon her own previous school high jump record by nearly three inches with a top cleared height of 1.75m/5-8.75, placing fourth. She now owns the third-best mark in the conference so far this year.

SFA: Sophomore Branson Ellis continued his sensational indoor season at the Toyota USATF Indoor Championship in New Mexico on Friday, shattering both the SFA and Southland Conference record with his clearance of 5.80m (19-0.25).
Tarleton State: Freshman Jenna Brazeal broke her second program record of the season. She surpassed the 800m record with a time of 2:18.4 and placed ninth in the event.

Texas A&M-CommerceDorian Andrews (Dallas - Skyline) was the top Division II finisher in the men's 60 meter hurdles with the third-best time in the nation at 7.89 second, automatically qualifying for nationals and re-setting his own school record.

Texas Tech:  Takieddine Hedeilli seized an opportunity to break the school mile record at Washington's Husky Classic. 
     Sent up north  in hopes of a nationals-worthy mile time, Hedeilli became the second Red Raider ever to run a sub-four minute mile indoors. The grad transfer ran 3:58.76 for the record, besting Tech legend Kennedy Kithuka by three-quarters of a second. 

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Week ending February 9, 2020
Hardin SimmonsDestani Warner set the Cowgirl indoor track 200m record with a 26.42 to start the day. Warner held the record for about a minute before her teammate Jessica Eastham broke that mark, running a 25.79 200m dash.
     Eastham also finished the 400m in 1:00.45, another record for the Cowgirls. Freshman Lynda Farmer got her name in the Cowgirl books with the 600m record, running a 1:48.18.
     Senior Cowboy Tyler Rohrman broke his record in the 3k from two weeks ago, finishing in 9:05.38. Malik Pratt set the 600m men's record with a 1:23.66.
     Freshman Cowboy Damonn Harrison ran a ridiculous 21.98 200m dash to take hold of his first school record.
     Teddy McIntyre set a record in the triple jump, breaking the one he already made this year for the Cowboys, with a 44-10 ¾ (13.68m).
     Parnelle Shands set a record in the 60m for the Cowboys running a 7.04. He held that record for a couple of heats until Damonn Harrison ran a 6.95, eclipsing his teammate for the milestone.

HoustonFor the fourth time this season Miles Marhofer broke the program record in the weight throw. The junior surpassed his previous collegiate-best with a throw of 21.40m (70-2.5) for first-place in the event. The mark is tied for the 10th-best among collegians this season.

Rice: [Lucas] Ribeiro, from Belmont, Mass., broke Tim Vala's 1980 school record in the shot put with a winning toss on Saturday of 17.57m (57-7.00), eclipsing Vala's mark (17.52m) by just 1.25 inches. Ribeiro took over the top shot put ranking in Conference USA with the throw and climbed into the top-70 in the NCAA. 
     [Tara] Simpson-Sullivan, from Penrith, England, broke Tina Robinson's eight-year old school record (18.07m) in the weight throw with a mark of 18.85m to finish third overall and claim the top spot in C-USA.

SMU: In the 400m Championship final, [Chika] Iwuamadi topped the program record she set her freshman season by running a time of 53.52. Iwuamadi's time topped the conference and sits as 16th best in the nation. 

South Plains: Sophomore All-American Gladys Jemaiyo added to her legacy in Levelland in the women's 5000 meters, setting a new national record with a dazzling time of 16:38.42, breaking her own national record set a year ago in College Station when she ran a 16:51.52.

Texas A&M: Texas A&M track & field's Deborah Acquah stole the show on the second day of the Charlie Thomas Invitational, Saturday at Gilliam Indoor Stadium. The junior broke the Texas A&M triple jump school record by 10 inches, posting an incredible 45' 2 ¼" leap. 

UTEPShakeem Smith has been a speedster this indoor season, breaking his own school record with a time of 7.89, and finishing fourth in the men's 60m hurdles. He broke his previous mark of 7.90 set a few weeks back at the Corky Classic.
Gabe Gilfillan adds to an incredible PV Day! The Corsicana senior claims the US #1 spot with a 17-5 jump at the FasTrak Athletix HS Indoor Championships, the 5th-highest vault by a Texan indoors in the last 20 years!

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Week ending February 2, 2020
Angelo StateTrpimir Siroki set a new school record in the heptathlon at Texas Tech finishing with 5,596 points to finish day two of the Texas Tech Invite.

BaylorCole Hardan broke his own school record in the weight throw with a toss of 61-6.75 (18.76m)
     KC Lightfoot cleared 19 feet for the second week in a row, and Alyssa Miller tied the school high jump record to highlight the final day for Baylor track & field at the Texas Tech Invitational & Multis Saturday at the Sports Performance Center in Lubbock. Miller cleared 5-10.25 (1.79m) to tie Kirsten Stepcick's Baylor indoor high jump record of 5-10.25 (1.79m) set at the 1993 Southwest Conference Championship. 

Houston: For the third time this season, Miles Marhofer rewrote the program record in the weight throw. The junior college transfer won the event with a mark of 21.18m (69-6.00).

Houston Baptist: Senior Jemira Thomlinson broke a six-year old record in the weight throw while Hudson Hall improved upon the program's pole vault record for the second time in a week at the Houston G5 and Super 22 Invitational inside the University of Houston's Yeoman Fieldhouse on Friday.
     Thomlinson broke the program record in the weight throw formerly set by Jade Penick in 2014 on her final throw of the event. The senior improved on the record by more than seven inches and improved upon her own PR by more than four feet with a distance of 17.73m/58-2.0 to place sixth.
     For his second-consecutive meet, Hall set a new program record in the pole vault with a top clearance of 4.90m/16-0.75 and finished seventh in the event. 

     For the third time in three meets this season sophomore Christopher Welch improved upon his own program record in the triple jump while Kaitlin Smith set indoor PRs in all five events of the pentathlon and shattered the previous program record as the HBU track and field team wrapped up day two at the Houston G5 and Super 22 Invitational on Saturday.
     Welch, a sophomore who came into the day eighth in the nation in the triple jump, improved upon that distance by more than two inches with a jump of 16.00m/52-6.0 in the invitational. That mark moves him up to seventh on the national performance list. Welch finished first among collegiate competitors.
     Smith, meanwhile, soared past the previous HBU pentathlon record by more than 350 points with a total of 3,705 while placing second only to McNeese's Grace McKenzie who was competing unattached.

LeTourneauDespite a tough variety of competition, freshman Jacob White and graduate student Arvin Hrushka combined for three new school records. White's first record-breaking performance came in the 400-meter run with a time of 52.39 seconds and a fifth-place finish. Later, White broke his own record, set at the Weilert Open, in the 200-meter run earning a fifth-place finish in 23.14 seconds.
     In the field, Hrushka broke his own high jump record, set in 2019, with a mark of 1.85 meters (6 feet 0.83 inches) to take third place

Rice: Rice freshman distance runner Grace Forbes broke the Houston Invitational meet record, held by former Owl Lennie Waite to highlight day one at Yeoman Fieldhouse. Forbes won the mile with a time of 4:40.69, besting Waite's previous record of 4:47.41 set in 2012, and currently sits ninth in the NCAA rankings. 

Tarleton State: Junior Kylee Ponder broke the program record in the 400m dash. Senior Anterius Brown hit an NCAA provisional mark in the 400m and with the 4x400 relay team, which included Mikel StoneBrandon McKissick, and Alan Palmer.
     Ponder placed fifth with a time 57.15 in the 400m dash. The previous school record, set by Jasmine Owens in 2016, was 57.56.

Texas A&M: [Deborah] Acquah's long-jump mark of 21' 7.25" (6.58m) added half an inch to her nation-leading mark and her own school indoor record set just over two weeks ago on January 17 at the Ted Nelson Invite.

A&M-CorpusTimor Barrett broke two school records on the day. He hit a personal best in the 60m hurdles, running 8.09 to qualify 14th. In the semifinals, he broke the school record by running 7.99 to finish ninth, just missing the finals
     Bjoern Adden finished fifth in the Heptathlon with 5,164 points, setting a new school record.
     On Thursday, Adden broke the school record in the long jump.
     R'Darious Edwards broke the school record in the triple jump, finishing 15th with a best mark of 14.94m (49-0.25).
     Kwesi Henderson broke the school record in the 600m run, finishing 11th in 1:24.45.
     Aaron Rosales broke his own school record in the weight throw, marking his third straight week of improvement on his mark.

UT-RGV: For the third week in a row, the women's shot put record went down, and for the second week in a row, it was sophomore Samariae Bonds rewriting the record book, coming up with a first place mark of 16.59 meters, which would have ranked 13thin the nation entering this weekend's action.
     UTRGV also broke the men's distance medley relay record, as a team that included four South Texans, including three Rio Grande Valley natives, won the race with a time of 10:09.31. The team was made up of senior La Joya alum Ricardo Mendoza, sophomore Eagle Pass Winn alum Mariano Hernandez, sophomore Brownsville Veterans Memorial alum Max Carmona, and sophomore Edinburg North alum Tristan Pena.

Texas: Junior sprinter Micaiah Harris broke the men's 200-meter dash record that he set last weekend, running a 20.49 to extend his 2020 world-leading mark. Joining Harris in the record book was the women's distance medley relay team, which consisted of Alexandria CruzSerenity DouglasValery Tobias and Kathryn Gillespie. The Longhorn women ran the event in 11:04.31, shattering the previous UT record by more than six seconds.

Teskey Classic Pole Vault Competition - Results 

West Texas A&MAzamati had an impressive debut for the Buffs in the 60-meter dash where he broke the school record and punched his ticket to the indoor national championships. His time of 6.69 in the prelims is tied for the fastest in the nation this season and breaks Tommy Curry's record set back in 2015. He also finished fifth in the 200-meters running 21.91. 
     Dixon finished second in the weight throw where he broke his own school record. The sophomore best mark came on his second attempt with a throw of 56-7.5 (17.26m) where he became the first Buff in program history to throw over 17 meters in two different meets. He also finished 12th in the shot put with a mark of 46-8 (14.22m). Tyler Pickens finished fourth in the weight throw (50-3.25/15.32m) along with a ninth-place finish in the shot put (53-1.75/16.20m). 
     Swoopes had a banner day for the Lady Buffs as she broke the school and Lone Star Conference record in the shot put and registered another Top 10 mark in the weight throw. The junior finished third in a field full of Division I throwers with a mark of 52-6 (16.00m) on her sixth and final attempt of the competition.

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Week ending January 26, 2020
Remy Guertel of Texas Express (Prosper) wins the TX Tech UA High School Invite Girl's PV with a 12-9 clearance (PR), tying Olivia Lueking for the state lead.
RESULTS: Joshua Indoor Pole Vault 

Baylor: (Tuesdi) Tidwell shook up the Baylor record books as she took down Annie Rhodes' indoor school record that was set in College Station in 2017. The junior from Early, Texas, cleared 14-9 (4.50m) to cement her spot as the Bears' No. 1 all-time indoor pole vaulter ahead of Rhodes' mark of 14-7.25. 
     (KC) Lightfoot became the 11th men's pole vaulter in collegiate history to clear 19 feet indoors, jumping 19-0.25 (5.80m) to set the meet record, facility record and school record in addition to attaining the Olympic qualifying standard. 

Houston Baptist: (Christopher) Welch, a sophomore who set a new program record in the triple jump last weekend, improved upon his own top mark with a top leap of 15.94m/52-3.75 to win the event. That mark is the eighth-best distance in the nation so far this season and is the top mark in the Southland Conference by more than a foot and a half.
     (Hudson) Hall, meanwhile, twice improved on the program record in the pole vault and placed fourth in the event with a top clearance of 4.87m/15-11.75. That height is currently the sixth-best mark in the SLC.

UTRGV: Sophomore Samariae Bonds won the women's shot put with a mark of 15.98 meters, surpassing the program record by 0.37 meters, setting a new personal record by 0.67 meters, and beating the next closest competitor by 0.56 meters.
     Senior Paul May broke his own program record in the men's shot put with a mark of 17.68 meters, 0.23 meters ahead of the previous record and 1.21 meters than the closest competitor.

Alex Rodriguez of Elite Sports Performance takes over the Texas lead in the Boy's Shot Put with a toss of 59-08.50 at the Texas Tech UA HS Invitational

Houston: In the men's weight throw, Miles Marhofer shattered the program record in the event for the second time this season. The junior posted a collegiate-best mark of 20.85m (68-5) for third-place in the event.

Incarnate Word: Freshman Richard Kuykendoll set a new program record in his 400-meter debut, crossing the finish line in 47.83 seconds.

UNT: North Texas track and field continued its record-breaking indoor season as Haley Walker threw for the top weight throw mark in the UNT record books, and Aneesa Scott set a new Mean Green time in the 400-meter dash Friday at the Red Raider Invitational inside the Sports Performance Center. 
     Walker grabbed fourth place at 18.14 meters while surpassing her own mark of 17.76 set last season, and Scott added another school record to her resume in 2020 with a 53.86 showing for third place to upset the 54.49 recorded by Ciara Smith in 2011. 

TCU: Sophomore Tysen Townsend broke fellow teammate Kendahl Shue's pole vault record by clearing 12-11 3/4. Townsend finished 8th overall in the women's pole vault. 

UTTyler: Summer Grubbs broke a pair of her own individual school records with improved performances, edging ahead of her previous best in the long jump with a mark of 5.56 meters (18-feet, 3-inches) and shattering her previous best in the 60-meter hurdles. Grubbs ran a 9.22 in the qualifying heat of the sprint hurdles, shattering her previous mark of 9.45 by 23-hundredths of a second, and her time of 9.25 in the semifinals was also two-tenths ahead of her previous career-best. She combined with Natasha CarcanoShelby John, and Theresa Simmons to establish the program-record in the distance medley relay with a time of 13:26.98.

UTSA: (Maia) Campbell turned in the top women's shot put mark in UTSA history with a measurement of 15.06m (49-5), which surpassed the previous school standard of 15.01m (49-3) established by N'Dia Warren-Jacques in 2017.

Texas Tech: Ruth Usoro led the way in creating excitement, breaking the school record in her first time triple jumping as a Red Raider. She landed a jump of 44'-2.5" (13.47m) in her second attempt, then tacked on three-quarters of an inch in her final attempt with a final mark of 44'-3.25" (13.49m) to secure the school record.
     Gabe Oladipo, who last week came just three inches from Kole Weldon's 2015 record, smashed it this time around by over two feet. The Texas A&M transfer's toss landed at 69'-10.75" (21.30m), plenty far to best Weldon's 67'-6.25" (20.58m). 

UT: Junior sprinter Micaiah Harris produced the men's record-breaking highlight of the day out in Albuquerque, running the 200-meter dash in a school-record and NCAA-leading 20.53. 
     It was senior distance runner Kathryn Gillespie who produced the Longhorns' record-breaking mark on the women's side, shattering the school's indoor mile record by more than five seconds (4:34.64) in Boston. Gillespie's school record is also the best mark by a collegian in the event this season.
     Sophomore sprinter Julien Alfred, competing in the 60-meter dash Saturday, posted the third record-breaking mark. She ran away from the field in the preliminary round, posting a 7.13 to claim the top qualifying spot. Alfred then topped her performance in the final, finishing in a school-record 7.10, which is the NCAA-leading mark and No. 2 in the world this season.
     Up in Boston, freshman distance runner Crayton Carrozza left his first mark in the Texas record book, as he completed the men's mile in 3:59.82 to become the fifth-fastest Longhorn in the event. He is only the sixth runner in program history to finish the mile in under four minutes.

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Week ending January 19, 2020
Don Isett, age 80, clears 9-01 at the Reno PV Summit for an age-group world record

Baylor: KC Lightfoot cleared a national-best and school record mark of 18-8.25 (5.70) to win the men's pole vault and earn Field Athlete of the Meet to highlight Baylor track & field's final day at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational Saturday on the campus of the University of Iowa.

HBU: For the second year in a row, [Christopher] Welch opened the season with a new school record in the triple jump but this year he one-upped himself by also breaking the meet record with a leap of 15.64m/51-3.75. That jump broke his own previous program record by more than half a foot.

UTEP: Shakeem Smith broke a 20-year old UTEP indoor track and field record, clocking in a personal-best 7.90 in the men's 60m hurdles and finishing third in the final. The senior broke Lee Mays's mark of 7.91.

HSU: Tyler Rohrman finished second overall in the men's 3000m with a new Cowboy indoor track record time of 9:16.99.

UNT: Aneesa ScottBailey Ashmore and Joseph Squire of North Texas track and field each established Mean Green school records at the Ted Nelson Invitational hosted by Texas A&M Friday as the women finished second overall and the men third.
     Scott's time of 23.64 in the 200-meter dash also set a meet record and captured first place. Ashmore's mark of 3.88 meters in pole vault gave her runner-up honors, and Squire improved upon his school record in the 60-meter hurdles in a time of 7.97 seconds to secure second place.

A&M: [Deborah] Acquah's mark of 21'6.75" (6.57m) set the Texas A&M record by going four inches further than the previous record set back in 1998 by Adrien Sawyer (21' 2.75").

UT-RGV: Sophomore Alexandrea Hurst shattered the program and meet records in the shot put with a mark of 15.61 meters. Freshman Ackeem Gordon had a big collegiate debut, breaking the program record in the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.94 seconds in the preliminaries. 

Carl Lewis HS Invitational Records Fall:
Boy's 200: Kayshon Boutte - 21.29 - Westgate
Boy's 400: Auhmad Robinson - 47.94 - Eagles Elite
Girl's 4x2: H-Town Hurricanes - 1:39.08
Boy's 4x2: C.L. Athletic Stars - 1:27.80
Boy's 60: Phatutshedzo Maswanganyi - 6.65 - unattached
Boy's Mile: Ben Shearer - 4:19.05 - Woodlands Christian
Girl's 400: Dynasty McClennon - 55.43 - Summer Creek

Mansfield Legacy's Shelbi Vaughan named #4 Girl's High School Performer of the Decade - full story 

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