Woods Sets Meet Records In Men’s 100 And 200, Track And Field Sets Two Outdoor School Records At Amy Adams Memorial Invitational

Woods Sets Meet Records In Men’s 100 And 200, Track And Field Sets Two Outdoor School Records At Amy Adams Memorial Invitational

NEW CONCORD, Ohio — Ohio Dominican freshman Anthony Woods (Macedonia, Ohio) set Amy Adams Memorial Invitational meet records in the men's 100 and 200 meter dashes and ODU's women's 4x100 meter relay team and freshman Draven Bass (Circleville, Ohio) set outdoor track and field school records at the Amy Adams Memorial Invitational on the campus of Muskingum University on Saturday.

Woods took first place in the men's 100 meter dash finals with a time of 10.92, and also took first place while setting a meet record in the men's 200 meter dash finals, finishing in 22.07. Overall, the men's squad took second out of eight teams with 114.50 points.

Ohio Dominican's women's 4x100 meter relay team set the outdoor school record in the women's 4x100 with a time of 49.26. Freshman Bryanna Barber (Reynoldsburg, Ohio), junior Ryanna Reid (Columbus, Ohio), freshman Shaunqueza Stevens (Dublin, Ohio) and sophomore Imani Stepney (Columbus, Ohio) led the squad to a first place finish. ODU's women's team took sixth place overall for the meet.  

Bass also shattered an ODU outdoor school record, taking second place in the men's 400 meter hurdles while establishing a new men's outdoor school record in the event with a time of 55.75. Bass, along with Woods, freshman Cam Brandon and senior Taylor Williams (Houston, Texas) helped ODU to a first place finish in the men's 4x100 meter relay, using a time of 42.22 to win the event. In the field, Bass took top honors in the men's long jump with a distance of 6.67 meters.

Leading the Panthers in the field was sophomore Clayton Seymour (Ashville, Ohio), who took third in the men's discus throw with a distance of 41.39 meters, a personal best. Seymour also finished strong in the shot put, taking fifth place out of 28 throwers with a distance of 13.39 meters.

Junior Justin Carroll (Berea, Ohio) also recorded a first place finish for the Panthers. Carroll took first out of 24 runners in the men's 400 with a time of 49.66.

In the men's 800, junior Chad Ellis (Brook Park, Ohio) recorded a personal best and took fourth out of 37 competitors, finishing in a time of 1:59.99.

Freshman Tre Smith (Cleveland, Ohio) took seventh in the men's 110 meter hurdle finals for the Panthers, establishing a personal best time of 16.47 in the event.

The women's squad saw three runners record top five finishes in the 100 meter dash finals. Stepney took second with a finish of 12.92, Stevens finished fifth with a time of 13.23 and Barber took sixth with a time of 13.43.

Freshman Anaya Murdock (Cincinnati, Ohio) established a personal best in the women's 200 meter dash with a finish of 28.71.

Senior Shakita Kabicek (Brook Park, Ohio) took 11th out of 35 to lead the squad in the women's 800, finishing in 2:30.54.

Junior Jalyn Devereaux (Carroll, Ohio) finished eighth out of 27 in the women's 1500 and set an outdoor personal best in the event with a time of 5:02.31.

In the field for the women's squad, freshman Emma Barth (Dayton, Ohio) finished sixth out of 26 in the shot put with a throw of 33.99 meters. Barth also finished in the top half of the field in the hammer throw, taking seventh out of 20 with a distance of 38.11 meters.

Ohio Dominican track and field will be back in action on Saturday, April 1 when it competes in the Otterbein April Fools Invitational in Westerville, Ohio.

Contact: Aaron McPherson
mcphersa@ohiodominican.edu