The Coyote 4×100 breaks the school record in Texas

SAN MARCOS, TX—The women’s 4×100-meter relay broke the South Dakota program record Saturday at the Bobcat Invitational at the Texas State campus.

The second year quartet Erin Kinneysecond Jacky Pulsefirst-year student Anna Robinson and second Sara Reifenrath completed a lap in 45.85 seconds. South Dakota finished more than two-tenths of a second ahead of second place in the race. The time breaks a four-year school record of 45.87 previously held by Karina Dufoe, Shanice Cannigan, Samara Spencer and Tasheka Gordon.

First-year student Danii Anglin and second year Carly Haring finished second and third respectively in the high jump at the Bobcat Invitational. Anglin cleared 5-8 ¾ (1.75m), just short of yesterday’s season-opening height. Haring cleared 5-7 (1.70m). For men, fourth-year junior Jack Durst finished fifth with a clearance of 6-6 ¾ (2.00m).

Fourth year junior Josephine Starner added a fifth-place finish to Texas State with a distance of 47-3 (14.40m)

AUSTIN, TX—Second year student Eerik Haamer was the lone Coyote in action Saturday at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays held at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Haamer placed seventh in the elite pole vault competition with a height of 17-6 ½ (5.35m).

Coyote alum Emily Grove finished second in the elite women’s pole vault competition after going 15-5 (4.70m) on a third attempt. Grove finished with the same height as the event champion, but made more attempts.

WAYNE, Neb.—South Dakota won five event titles with a limited team at the Wildcat Classic at LeRoy Simpson Track.

Third year of second year charlie babcock broke the Wildcat Classic meet record in the 5,000 meters, clearing the tape in 14:58.47. Fourth year junior Jacob Waymire finished second in 15:12.77.

On the women’s side, second year Renee Thompson led a sweep of the top five Coyotes in the 5,000 meter race. Thompson clocked a winning time of 18:20.89. Second year Abbie Schmidt and second year Haley Miller finished just behind in 18:23.91 and 18:25.30, respectively.

First-year student Mason Sindelar swept the 800 meters and 1,500 meters to win two of five USD titles at the meet. He clocked winning times of 1:59.01 for 800 meters and 4:05.09 for 1,500 meters. Fifth year junior Kallo Arno finished second in the 1,500 meters with a time of 4:06.33.

Fifth year senior Matt Slagus captured a hammer throw title with a throw of 195-11 (59.71m)

First-year student Melanie Pankow finished second in the 800 meters (2:23.98) and 1,500 meters (5:00.03) at the meet.

First-year student Tristan Gray added a pair of top-three shots. He was second in the discus throw at 164-5 (50.12m) and was third in the shot put at 53-0 (16.15m).

South Dakota returns to action next Saturday, April 2, with the USD Early Bird to be held at the Lillibridge Track Complex in Vermillion, SD


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