Louisiana Tech Completes Successful First Day at LSU Relays
March 27, 2010
BATON ROUGE, La. - Louisiana Tech advanced to the finals in seven events and Antoinette Cobb set a personal record in the 100m hurdles as Tech wrapped up competition on the first day of the LSU Relays in Baton Rouge.
Cobb's personal-best time of 13.40 in the 100m hurdles was the fastest hurdle time in the preliminary heats. Cobb advanced to the finals along with teammates Jesseka Jones and Tiana Davis who ran 13.98 and 14.18, respectively.
The Lady Techsters also put three hurdlers in the finals of the 400m hurdles with Shante Benion's prelim time of 1:02.01 ranking third. Kia Vance ran 1:03.41 to finish sixth and Jesseka Jones ran 1:04.90 to place ninth overall in the prelims.
Tech's Jack Ramstad ran a 5k time of 15:24.75 to finish sixth.
Jonathan Roque set a mark of 6' 4" in the high jump to place ninth overall.
Louisiana Tech closes the weekend out at the LSU Relays in preparation for the 83rd Annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays held in Austin, Texas on April 1-3.
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