Rebels Find Success At Mississippi College Meet

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Nathan Loe (photo by Thomas Graning)
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Nathan Loe (photo by Thomas Graning)
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April 5, 2014

Complete Results

CLINTON, Miss. - Sophomore Nathan Loe broke his own school record in the hammer throw and Ole Miss athletes collected 13 event titles at the Mississippi College Twilight Invitational Friday evening.

Loe, who set a school record in his first ever outdoor meet at the Ole Miss Open two weeks ago, stepped up again with a winning heave of 210-3 that ranks him among the top 20 in the NCAA this year.

Other highlights for the No. 12 ranked Rebel men, who only sent a portion of the team to the meet, included Robert Semien winning the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 14.15 that matches his season best. Other wins went to Max Holman in the 1500 meters (4:02.18), Ian Carter in the 5000 meters (15:23.77) and Marcus Franklin in the discus (151-11).

The Rebel women were led by long jumpers Kierra White, Kennadi Bouyer and Shari Russell, who finished 1-2-3 with some big jumps. White leaped to a season-best 20-1.75 that will rank her among the top 25 nationally. Bouyer posted a mark of 19-6.25 and Russell 19-5.25. White now ranks No. 8 in Rebel history, while Bouyer joins Russell on the list of the top 15 long jumpers all-time.

Other wins for the women went to Breanna Tate in the 100 meters (12.26) and 200 meters (24.85), Amy McCrory in the 1500 meters (4:45.80), Mary Alex England in the 5000 meters (17:20.55), Taryn Hartfield in the 100-meter hurdles (14.01), Arielle Wallace in the high jump (5-4.5) and Kenya Wheeler in the shot put (40-9.5).

The Rebels will return to action on Friday, April 11, for the Alabama vs. Mississippi meet in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

AGATE

MEN

100 Meters
3. Mike Granger - 10.91 (-3.1w)
8. Anthony Branch - 11.09 (-3.1w)

200 Meters
6. Anthony Branch - 22.09

400 Meters
2. Dameon Morgan - 48.59
4. Holland Sherrer - 48.79

1500 Meters
1. Max Holman - 4:02.18

5000 Meters
1. Ian Carter - 15:23.77
2. Jon Luke Watts - 15:38.78

110 Meter Hurdles
1. Robert Semien - 14.15

400 Meter Hurdles
3. Jonathan Redding - 57.60

Discus
1. Marcus Franklin - 151-11
2. Hunter Harrison - 143-10
4. Kevin Conway - 135-10

Shot Put
2. Kevin Conway - 44-7

Hammer
1. Nathan Loe - 210-3 (SR)
2. Kevin Conway - 179-8

WOMEN

100 Meters
1. Breanna Tate - 12.26
2. Shari Russell - 12.28
4. NaChaska Wright - 12.40
7. Kennadi Bouyer - 12.84

200 Meters
1. Breanna Tate - 24.85
2. Chianne Peyton - 25.18
3. Deanna Tate - 25.46

400 Meters
6. Deanna Tate - 58.44

800 Meters
2. Tia Leake - 2:15.43

1500 Meters
1. Amy McCrory - 4:45.80
2. Margaret Harkness - 4:46.79
3. Saga Barzowski - 4:48.32
4. McKenna Coughlin - 4:50.04
7. Tavyn Lovitt - 4:59.56

5000 Meters
1. Mary Alex England - 17:20.55
2. Kayleigh Skinner - 17:25.05

100 Meter Hurdles
1. Taryn Hartfield - 14.01

High Jump
1. Arielle Wallace - 5-4.5

Long Jump
1. Kierra White - 20-1.75
2. Kennadi Bouyer - 19-6.25
3. Shari Russell - 19-5.25
7. D'Lacia McKinley - 17-9.75
Arielle Wallace - FOUL

Shot Put
1. Kenya Wheeler - 40-9.5

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