Ole Miss Wins Five Events At Red Wolves Open

OLEMISSSPORTSDOTCOM Jalen Miller (photo by Thomas Graning)
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Jalen Miller (photo by Thomas Graning)
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April 26, 2014

Complete Results - Running | Complete Results - Field

JONESBORO, Ark. - Ole Miss athletes won five events and posted some of their best times of the season during the A-State Red Wolves Open, which wrapped up on Saturday.

Despite resting several of the usual headline athletes this weekend, the No. 11 nationally ranked Rebel men still received strong performances from several members.

Freshman Jalen Miller once again burned the track in the 100 and 200 meters. He placed runner-up in both events to former Rebel and Olympian Isiah Young (running unattached). Miller equaled his personal best of 10.24 in the 100 and ran 21.02 in the 200 as the top collegiate finisher.

Long jumpers Malcolm Davis and Phillip Young placed third and fourth, respectively. Davis reached a distance of 24-4.5 (just off his outdoor PR of 24-7.75), while Young posted a mark of 24-0.25.

In the men's discus, redshirt-freshman Kevin Conway recorded a personal-best throw of 170-3 that ranks him fifth in the school record books.

The Ole Miss men had victories in four events over the weekend: Will Spiers in the 1,500 meters (4:00.95), Robert Semien in the 110-meter hurdles (14.19), the 4x400-meter relay (3:11.84) and Nathan Loe in the hammer throw (209-7).

The women got a victory from Margaret Harkness in the 1,500 meters (4:45.77) on Saturday.

Another highlight for the women was freshman Callie Watson in the pole vault. She cleared a personal-best 12-0.5, becoming the third woman in program history to reach 12 feet.

The Rebels will travel to Baton Rouge, La., for the LSU Invitational next Saturday. It will be the final meet before the SEC Championships (May 15-18 in Lexington, Ky.).

RED WOLVES OPEN COMPLETE AGATE

MEN

100 Meters
2. Jalen Miller - 10.24

200 Meters
2. Jalen Miller - 21.02

400 Meters
2. Montez Griffin - 47.97
3. Dameon Morgan - 48.03
5. Holland Sherrer - 48.26

1,500 Meters (Friday)
1. Will Spiers - 4:00.95

5,000 Meters - Invite (Friday)
2. Max Holman - 14:55.06
4. Arman Rehmann - 14:59.71
7. Ian Carter - 15:06.65

5000 Meters
3. Jon Luke Watts - 16:20.55

110 Meter Hurdles
1. Robert Semien - 14.19

400 Meter Hurdles
11. Jonathan Redding - 55.27
14. Tyler Harrison - 58.23

4x100 Meter Relay
5. Ole Miss (Davis, Branch, Burdette, Miller) - 40.57

4x400 Meter Relay
1. Ole Miss (Griffin, Morgan, Sherrer, Young) - 3:11.84

Pole Vault
7. Stephen Greer - 15-3.75
15. Garrett Ferguson - 14-4

Long Jump
3. Malcolm Davis - 24-4.5
4. Phillip Young - 24-0.25

Discus
6. Kevin Conway - 170-3
17. Hunter Harrison - 154-9
21. Marcus Franklin - 147-2

Hammer Throw (Friday)
1. Nathan Loe - 209-7
6. Kevin Conway - 189-8

Javelin
8. Hunter Harrison - 173-5

WOMEN

200 Meters
4. Deanna Tate - 24.64

400 Meters
9. Deanna Tate - 58.43

1,500 Meters - Invite (Friday)
7. Amy McCrory - 4:41.43

1500 Meters
1. Margaret Harkness - 4:45.77
2. Saga Barzowski - 4:48.66

High Jump
10. Arielle Wallace - 5-1.25

Pole Vault
10. Callie Watson - 12-0.5

Long Jump
10. Kennadi Bouyer - 17-10.75
11. D'Lacia McKinley - 17-10.25
14. Erika Sisk - 15-2.25

Triple Jump
Erika Sisk - FOUL

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