Another School Record Falls On Final Day At The Armory

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Kennadi Bouyer anchored the school-record 4x200-meter relay. (photo by Joshua McCoy)
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Kennadi Bouyer anchored the school-record 4x200-meter relay. (photo by Joshua McCoy)
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Feb. 8, 2014

Complete Results

NEW YORK - Ole Miss athletes knocked off another school record and recorded several more season-best marks on the final day of the 2014 Armory Collegiate Invitational Saturday from the New Balance track at the Armory.

When the elite-level meet was all said and done, Ole Miss had broken two school records (men's distance medley relay, women's 4x200-meter relay) and recorded some of the best marks in the nation this year.

"Overall, we took a step forward this weekend as a team," head coach Brian O'Neal said. "One of the things we learned is that to achieve our goals we have to learn how to close out meets. That's part of the growing process, but I'm fully confident that we can use this moving forward as we get to the championship events. Now we have to get back, rest up and get ready for another big meet next weekend in Albuquerque."

The No. 21-ranked Ole Miss men had another solid day on the track on Saturday.

Freshman Trevor Gilley burst onto the scene by winning the college division mile run with a season-best time of 4:08.65 that ranks him ninth in school history.

In the championship mile, Robert Domanic won his section in 4:12.73, but was just seventh overall. Domanic's section came out slow to begin the race and made it difficult for anyone to post a fast time.

Freshman dual-sport athlete Kailo Moore continued his strong college track debut in the 200 meters on Saturday. He placed seventh in the finals in 21.93, but only after racing to a fantastic 21.68 in the prelims that ranks him seventh among football players this indoor track season.

Fellow freshman Jalen Miller was one spot shy of reaching the finals after running a prelim time of 21.70.

Junior Daniel Bulmer, who helped the Rebels break the DMR school record on Friday, ran a time of 8:12.19 in the 3,000 meters on Saturday, which moved him into fifth place in the school record books. He placed eighth in the championship final.

The Rebels' 4x400-meter relay squad of Dante Oliver, Creighton Serrette, Anthony Branch and Montez Griffin clocked a season-best 3:14.24 to finish sixth in the championship final.

On the women's side, the Ole Miss grouping of Mary Ashton Nall, Kierra White, Erika Sisk and Kennadi Bouyer broke a 25-year-old school record in the 4x200-meter relay in 1:43.66. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of that record is that only one of those (Bouyer) is a sprint specialist. The others are a multi-eventer (Nall) and two jumpers (White and Sisk).

Sophomore Mary Alex England ran a personal-best 17:19.47 in the 5,000 meters to place fifth in the college division and ascends all the way up to No. 2 on the all-time Rebel list.

Senior Amy McCrory ran a personal best of 5:02.91 in the mile, which is good for No. 8 in school history.

The aforementioned White and Sisk both established season bests in the triple jump at 40-0.5 for White and 38-8.25 for Sisk. That ranks them No. 9 and No. 13 in school history, respectively.

Ole Miss returns to action next weekend in two different meets out west. Most of the team will travel to the Don Kirby Elite Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M. (site of this year's NCAA Indoor Championships) on Friday and Saturday, while some of the distance runners will compete at the Husky Classic in Seattle, Wash., also Friday-Saturday.

COMPLETE AGATE

MEN

60 Meters - Championship (Final) - Friday
3. Jalen Miller - 6.62
8. Kailo Moore - 6.82

60 Meters - Championship (Semifinals) - Friday
6. Jalen Miller - 6.75q
8. Kailo Moore - 6.79q
12. Mike Granger - 6.83

60 Meters - Championship (Prelims) - Friday
5. Jalen Miller - 6.76Q
8. Mike Granger - 6.81Q
17. Kailo Moore - 6.83Q

200 Meters - Championship (Final)
7. Kailo Moore - 21.93

200 Meters - Championship (Prelims)
9. Kailo Moore - 21.68q
10. Jalen Miller - 21.70
33. Creighton Serrette - 22.46
43. Anthony Branch - 22.82

400 Meters - Championship (Prelims)
14. Montez Griffin - 48.46
24. Dante Oliver - 48.69
27. Creighton Serrette - 49.08

800 Meters - College
26. Dameon Morgan - 1:55.24
68. Alex Nichols - 2:00.64

Mile - Championship
7. Robert Domanic - 4:12.73

Mile - College
1. Trevor Gilley - 4:08.65

3,000 Meters - Championship
8. Daniel Bulmer - 8:12.19

60 Meter Hurdles - Championship (Final) - Friday
3. Robert Semien - 7.81

60 Meter Hurdles - Championship (Semifinals) - Friday
1. Robert Semien - 7.81Q

60 Meter Hurdles - Championship (Prelims) - Friday
7. Robert Semien - 7.93Q

4x400 Meter Relay - Championship
6. Ole Miss (Oliver, Serrette, Branch, Griffin) - 3:14.24

Distance Medley Relay - Championship - Friday
2. Ole Miss (Domanic, Griffin, Tobin, Bulmer) - 9:40.17 (SR)

High Jump - Eastern
4. Malcolm Davis - 6-5

Long Jump - College - Friday
3. Malcolm Davis - 24-3.75

Shot Put - Championship - Friday
8. Onyi Afoaku - 57-0.25

Weight Throw - Championship
9. Nathan Loe - 61-9
10. Onyi Afoaku - 61-8.25
18. Marcus Franklin - 57-9

WOMEN

60 Meters - Championship (Semifinals) - Friday
20. Kennadi Bouyer - 7.63
23. Asia Cooper - 7.65

60 Meters - Championship (Prelims) - Friday
21. Kennadi Bouyer - 7.67Q
27. Asia Cooper - 7.63q

200 Meters - Championship (Prelims)
68. Asia Cooper - 26.57

800 Meters - College
66. Mary Ashton Nall - 2:22.43

Mile - College
14. Amy McCrory - 5:02.91

3,000 Meters - College
22. McKenna Coughlin - 10:12.28

5,000 Meters - College
5. Mary Alex England - 17:19.47
12. Kayleigh Skinner - 17:37.44

60 Meter Hurdles - Championship (Final) - Friday
7. Taryn Hartfield - 8.62

60 Meter Hurdles - Championship (Semifinals) - Friday
7. Taryn Hartfield - 8.47Q

60 Meter Hurdles - Championship (Prelims) - Friday
9. Taryn Hartfield - 8.52Q
52. Mary Ashton Nall - 9.03

4x200 Meter Relay - Championship
12. Ole Miss (Nall, White, Sisk, Bouyer) - 1:43.66 (SR)

High Jump - Eastern
Mary Ashton Nall - NH

Long Jump - Championship - Friday
6. Kierra White - 19-11.75

Long Jump - College - Friday
6. Kennadi Bouyer - 18-7.75
35. Erika Sisk - 17-6.25

Triple Jump - College
6. Kierra White - 40-0.5
13. Erika Sisk - 38-8.25

Shot Put - Championship - Friday
55. Mary Ashton Nall - 33-5.25

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