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Herd Set to Host Marshall Women's Classic

Barkley Castro
Jan. 12, 2018

Meet Schedule | Live Results | Track Entries | Field Entries

HUNTINGTON, W.Va.—Marshall track and field is set to host for the first time the Marshall Women’s Classic on Saturday, Jan. 13 beginning at noon. The event is the second of four home meets for the Thundering Herd taking place at the Jeff Small Track at the Chris Cline Indoor Athletic Complex.

Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for ages 17 and under, and $3 for groups of 10 people or more. Marshall students gain free admission with a student ID.

Including Marshall, six teams from six different conferences will compete in the one-day event. Teams joining Marshall include Duquesne, James Madison, Morehead State, Radford, and Wright State.

The meet begins with four field events (high jump, weight throw, pole vault, and long jump) at noon. Running events are scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. with the 60-meter hurdles prelims. The final event is tentatively scheduled for 3:30 p.m.


Noon High Jump: Sarah Bever, Hannah Cartwright, Maleah Penn, Isabella Tremble



Weight Throw: Reneese Batson, Hasana Clark

Pole Vault: Lauren Zaglifa

Long Jump: Lauren George, Taylor Martin, Josie Raines, Isabella Tremble

1:00 60m Hurdles Prelims: Sarah Bever, Hannah Carreon, Safiyyah Mitchell, Taylor Robinson, Isabella Tremble

1:15 60m Prelims: Hannah Carreon, Andrea Chidester, Kayla Haywood, Josie Raines, Taylor Robinson, Taylor Wilkerson

1:30 1-Mile: Barkley Castro, Adriana Cook, Samantha Graffius

1:50 60m Hurdles Finals

1:55 60m Finals

2:00 Shot Put: Ericka Budd, Hasana Clark

Triple Jump: Melany Belot, Denisha West

2:05 400m: Christianna Dogan, Isabella Tremble

2:25 800m: Holly Ackerman, Madeline Armstrong, Alyssa Long, Mary Eliza Zulauf

2:45 200m: Naja Greer, Breanna Hargrove, Safiyyah Mitchell, Danere’a White, Taylor Wilkerson

3:10 3000m: Mary Kerby, Audreanna Lewis, Abigail ShortAllison Short, HollyAnn Swann

3:30 4x400m Relay


“I’m really excited about the format that we have with just female teams and that we are packing it in to a meet that should only last about three and a half hours,” head coach Jeff Small said. “People can come out and watch and be home, it’s not like an all-day affair. I’m anxious to see the shape the kids are in versus when they left after the Ohio dual meet.”


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