Feb. 10, 2013
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Louisiana Tech junior Trey Hadnot ran a school record time of 20.81 in the 200m as action wrapped up at the Tyson Invitational late Saturday at the Randall Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville.
Hadnot’s time was not only the first sub-21.00 indoor 200m time in Louisiana Tech history but also currently ranks tied for fourth in the nation this year. He was the top collegiate finisher in the 200m at the Tyson Invitational and finished second overall.
The Ruston, La. native also ran the opening leg of the 4x400m relay that ran the seventh-fastest time in school history with a mark of 3:14.88. Hadnot was joined by Yusuf Muhammad, Christopher Sampract and Kyonz Smith on the relay.
Also in the 200m, Dennis Richardson ran 21.28 to finish eighth overall. That mark currently ranks eighth in school history. Niko Richey ran 21.51 to finish 15th while Kyonz Smith placed 29th with a time of 21.88 and Kameron Sheffield placed 39th with a time of 22.25.
In the distance races, Paul Sakit posted an 11th place finish in the 3,000m with a time of 8:25.45.
On the women’s side, the Lady Techster 4x400m relay team of Aldresha Bailey, Charla Craddock, Taneka Henderson and Diamond Every ran 3:43.29 to finish eighth overall. That time ranks eighth in school history.
Micara Vassell finished 15th in the shot put with a throw of 47-7.25 (14.51m) while Marcella LeBlanc threw 44-2 (13.46m) to finish 18th. With a throw of 42-2.25 (12.86m), Sabrittany Angelle finished 24th and Jasmine LeBlanc placed 27th in the shot put, throwing 37-7.75 (11.47m).
Louisiana Tech has concluded regular indoor season action and will head to the Western Athletic Conference Indoor Championships on Feb. 21-23 in Albuquerque, N.M.
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