MVC Track and Field Competes at Wildcat Open SaturdayPosted April 26, 2014
Marshall, Mo. (April 26, 2014)- The Missouri Valley College outdoor track and field program competed at Wildcat Open at Baker University Saturday. The Viking men’s team placed No. 4 and the women’s team placed No. 6 at the meet.
Men’s Results featuring point scorers:
Freshman Andrew Longboy (Mililani, Hawaii) competed in the high jump and placed No. 3 clearing a height of 1.98 meters.
Freshman Zhitavion Shelby (Kyiv, Ukraine) competed in the 100 meter dash and placed No. 6 with a time of 11.68 seconds. In the long jump he placed No. 4 with a distance of 6.49 meters.
Senior Tyler Davis (St. Louis, Mo.) competed in the 100 meter dash and placed No. 5 with a time of 11.62 seconds. In the long jump he placed No. 2 with a distance of 6.90 meters.
Junior Ken Kipng’etich (Nairobi, Kenya) competed in the 400 meter dash and placed No. 3 with a time of 49.88 seconds.
Freshman Phillip Cheriyout (Nairobi, Kenya) competed in the 1500 meter run and placed No. 2 in a time of 4:05.69.
Freshman Markell Strickland competed in the 110 meter hurdles and placed No. 2 in a time of 15.43 seconds. In the 400 meter hurdles he placed No. 4 in a time of 57.80 seconds.
Freshman Hugh Lewis (Kingston, Jamaica) competed in the pole vault and placed No. 4 clearing a height of 3.80 meters.
Freshman Lewis Owens
Freshman Cameron Carroll competed in the triple jump and placed No. 6 with a distance of 12.59 meters.
The 4x100 meter relay team placed No. 4 in a time of 44.62 seconds.
Women’s Results featuring point scorers:
Sophomore Brittney Brisco (San Diego, Calif.) competed in the 100 meter dash and placed No. 7 in a time of 12.89 seconds. She also placed No. 6 in the long jump with a distance of 4.87 meters.
Sophomore Daneka Brown (St. Louis, Mo.) competed in the triple jump and placed No. 7 with a distance of 10.27 meters.
Junior Sarah Neimeier (Lohne, Germany) competed in the 800 meter run and placed No. 4 in a time of 2:28.18 and she competed in the 1500 meter run placing No. 2 in a time of 4:57.74.
Senior Amanda Buhr (Jefferson City, Mo.) won the 3000 meter run with a time of 11:28.86.
Freshman Dorothy Adams competed in the 100 meter dash and No. 6 with a time of 12.84 seconds and she placed No. 6 in the 200 meter dash in a time of 26.24 seconds.
Junior Santina Edwards (Pleasant Hill, Mo.) competed in the 400 meter dash and placed No. 3 in a time of 1:00.10.
Senior Gabby Lovelace (Pleasant Hill, Mo.) placed No. 3 in the high jump clearing a height of 1.55 meters and she placed No. 3 in the long jump with a distance of 4.96 meters. In the triple Jump Lovelace placed No. 6 with a distance of 10.52 meters.
The Vikings will next compete at the HAAC Championships in Atchison, Kan., May 1-3.
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