Tarleton ends indoor regular season in impressive fashion

LUBBOCK – The first indoor regular season of Division I for athletics in Tarleton ended this afternoon at the Texas Tech Open and Multis. The Texans have claimed 13 personal bests, 10 of which are now on Tarleton’s list of all-time top 10 indoor records.

Juniors Vianney Sanchez And Jenna Brazeal lead the way in women’s individual events. Sanchez, who set a personal best (11: 08.89) in the 3000m last weekend, wasted little time improving that mark. Sanchez finished fifth with a time of 11: 03.99 seconds, a new personal best and ninth in the history of the program. Brazeal, competing in the mile, stopped the clock at 5: 19.18 seconds, thus claiming the sixth best indoor time in the school’s history.

In the 200 meters, Nyla Barlow, Breonna Campbell, Hanna DudleyAnd Summer Croxton have made their way into the list of all-time indoor records. Barlow set a personal best with a time of 25.10 seconds, which is the second fastest time in the history of the program. Campbell finished one place behind with a score of 25.11 seconds, the third fastest time. Dudley ran for 25.36 seconds, his fifth all-time. Croxton finished the race with a score of 25.52 seconds, which is now in seventh place. Plus, they were teammates Khloe Turnbull, You have EvansAnd Brenna Leewho all set personal bests in the event with times of 26.20 seconds, 26.49 seconds and 26.85 seconds respectively.

The women’s 4×400 team made Tarleton history this afternoon. The group made up of Barlow, Giordano AnglinDudley and Alessa Re finished with a time of 3: 50.40. The sensational feat placed the team at the top of the list of the top 10 indoor records of all time.

On the male side, Kevin Baez, led the way in individual events. In the 3000m, Baez ran for 8: 41.52 seconds, making it the fourth fastest indoor time in the school’s history.

Bailey Smotek, Kevin CalvaniAnd Angelo Gomez had a day in the 800m. Smotek finished in the top 15 after running 1: 57.30 seconds. The score is not only an indoor personal best, but it is the fifth fastest indoor time in the history of the program. Calvani finished the race with an indoor personal best, 1: 58.34 seconds, which now ranks ninth in the all-time ranking. Gomez stopped the clock at 1: 59.92 seconds, setting a personal best.

The men’s 4×400 team made up of Reid VincentSmotek, Isaac HutchingsAnd Brett Munozfinished in the top 10. The group finished the race at 3: 21.82 seconds, making it the seventh fastest indoor time in the history of the program.

The next step for Tarleton Track and Field is the WAC Indoor Championships. Texans will have two weeks to prepare for events. The meeting will take place February 18-19 in Albuquerque, New Mexico


Women’s events

200 m

31. Nyla Barlow – 25.10

32. Breonna Campbell – 25.11

41. Hanna Dudley – 25.36

45. Summer Croxton – 25.52

65. Khloe Turnbull – 26.20

72. You have Evans – 26.49

75. Brenna Lee – 26.85

800 m

17. Anna Hostetler – 2: 24.40

19. Kailey Sykora – 2: 28.28

High jump

15. Gentrye Munden – 5 ‘5.75 “(1.67 m)


10. Jenna Brazeal – 5: 19.18

22. The wise Lancaster – 5: 47.46

3000 m

5. Vianney Sanchez – 11: 03.99

4×400 female

12. Nyla Barlow, Giordano Anglin, Hanna Dudley, Alessa Re – 3: 50.40

19. Kyndal Gladson, Summer Croxton, Brenna Lee, You have Evans – 4: 02.29

Men’s events

800 m

15. Bailey Smotek – 1: 57.30

18. Kevin Calvani – 1: 58.34

23. Angelo Gomez – 1: 59.92

High jump

20. Alan Palmer – 6 ‘6.25 “(1.99 m)

3000 m

7. Kevin Baez – 8: 41.52

19. Dominick Vastik – 9: 07.14 =

4×400 men

10. Reid Vincent, Bailey Smotek, Isaac Hutchings, Brett Munoz – 3: 21.82

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