RALEIGH, N.C./GAINESVILLE, Fla. — On the first day of each the Raleigh Relays and Florida Relays for the Yellow Jackets, the Georgia Tech song and subject crew saw Nicole Fegans, Hana Herndon, and other Georgia Tech pupil-athletes perform at a high level on Friday.
“We had some good performances these days. Ben Jean ran a very strong 400m race these days and Frank Pittman, Michael Reilly, and Henrik Anderson ran very competitive races in the 1500m,” mentioned men’s song and discipline head train Grover Hinsdale. “Avery Bartlett had the overall performance of the day with his overall performance inside the 800m.”
Jean would finish twentieth inside the 400-meter event with a time of 46.86 and Bartlett grew to become in a 2nd place finish inside the 800-meter event with a private-best time of one:47.54.
Pittman additionally ran an awesome time. He would end 18th with a time of three: Fifty-one.21 within the 1500m and Reilly finished with a time of 3:52.29 and to take a seat at 22nd within the 1500m.
Not to be crowned through Pittman and Reilly, Anderson grew to become in a private-great time of three:52. Fifty-two, to add to his 24th place finish within the 1500m.
“We had a surely excellent begin to the weekend each in Gainesville and Raleigh. Annie Gallagher had a pleasing personal high-quality and the 4 x 400m relay had its best time of the season. The 5000m results in Raleigh have been excellent. Nicole Fegans and Hana Herndon each hit ACC qualifying mark’s and Nicole moved to 2nd on our all-time list,” stated girls’ song and discipline head coach Alan Drosky.
In the 5000-meter event, Fegans finished sturdy delivering the 13th location finish to go along with a personal-satisfactory mark of 16:sixteen.28. Herndon, in the meantime, ran for a twenty-seventh area end, a private-excellent mark of sixteen:32.Forty-three.
Action inside the Florida Relays will keep day after today in Gainesville in with the discus.
Raleigh Relay Participants:
Women’s 5000 Meters:
Nicole Fegans: 16:16.28, thirteenth, PR
Hana Herndon: 16:32.Forty-three, 27th, PR
Liz Galarza: 16:59.17, 52nd, PR
Elizabeth Rice: 17:29.80, 96th
Ellen Flood: 17:31.44, a centesimal, PR
Men’s 5000 Meters:
Christian Bowles: 14:eleven.25, thirty second, PR
Braeden Collins: 14:24.Fifty-five, 58th
James Cragin: 14: Fifty-two.Eleven, 111th
Matt McBrien: 15:00.79, 126th
Men’s 3000 Steeplechase:
Sam Costa: 9:32.31, 51st
Florida Relay Participants:
Women’s two hundred Meters:
Brianna Hayden: 24.Fifty-six, tenth
Men’s four hundred Meters:
Ben Jean: 46.86, 20th
Daniel Pietsch: 47.46, thirty second
Ty Brooks: 48.21, forty-third
Women’s 800 Meters:
Annie Gallagher: 2:11.35, 38th, PR
Men’s 800 Meters:
Avery Bartlett: 1: forty-seven.54, 2nd, PR
Bennett Hillier: 1: fifty-two.14, 46th
Women’s 1500 Meters:
Amy Ruiz: 4:27.50, 10th
Mary Claire Solomon: 4:36.29, 20th, PR
Isabella Bowland: 4:51.51, fiftieth, PR
Men’s 1500 Meters:
Frank Pittman: 3:51.21, 18th
Mike Reilly: 3:fifty two.29, twenty-second
Henrik Anderson: three:fifty two.Fifty two, 24th, PR
Men’s 400 Meter Hurdles:
Anthony Streets: 54.48, 42nd
Women’s 3000 Steeplechase:
Claire Mortiz: 10:fifty five.Sixty seven, sixteenth
Mary Kathryn Knott: 11:18.Eighty one, twenty-sixth
Rebecca Entrekin: eleven:32.42, twenty-ninth
Men’s 3000 Steeplechase:
Knox Pittman: 9:forty two.43, nineteenth
Women’s four x four hundred Relay:
Brianna Hayden, Jordynn Tyndall, Kendria Edouard, Denise Woode: three:46.79, 20th
Women’s Pole Vault:
Olivia Moore: three.Ninety five meters, 10th
Men’s Long Jump: