Red Raiders complete Friday’s action across the country

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Texas Tech track and field team wrapped up day one of a busy day across the country in three different meets in three different states.


Tom Jones (Florida)

Jalen Drayden and Magi’ Harris got things started for Tech as they each won their respective events. Drayden claimed the men’s 200m open field with a time of 20.62 (3.1w) in his season opener in the event. Harris dipped below 58 seconds for the first time in her career with a time of 57.94.


In his first collegiate 200m, Antoine Andrews paced the way for the Red Raiders finishing 16th in the invite race with a time of 20.65 (1.6w).


The men’s 400m hurdles invite saw Oskar Edlund lower his PB to 49.80 as he finished eighth overall in a loaded field of pros and collegiate athletes.


Omamuyovwi Erhire placed first in the men’s high jump at 2.21m (7-3), a season best clearance and new outdoor PB.


Bryan Clay (California)

Hannah Spears ran the women’s open 10k as she clocked in at 36:28.16 (23rd) for a new PB by a minute.


Melanie Jacobs dropped a new PB by more than 12 seconds in the 3000m steeplechase with a time of 11:15.50 as she finished fourth overall. On the men’s side, Isaac Hernandez also dropped a new PB time of 9:11.54 as he placed second in his heat.


John Jacobs (Oklahoma)

Leah Howard and Kyeese Hollands competed in the women’s javelin throw. Howard placed third with a toss of 47.20m (154-10), while Hollands finished fifth at 44.60m (146-4).


Trey Wilson III took third in the men’s shot put with a new PB of 18.61m (61-0 ¾). He has now thrown over 18 meters in three-straight meets.


Up Next

The Red Raiders ramp back up in Florida 8:45 CT beginning with a men’s 110 hurdles.


Release Provided By Chris Duarte Texas Tech Athletics

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