Rebels Set for 2018 SEC Outdoor Championships at Tennessee
May 9, 2018



KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Conference championships weekend is here, as the Ole Miss men's and women's track & field teams head to Tennessee for the 2018 SEC Outdoor Championships on May 11-13.

ON THE AIR

Day One (Fri., May 11)
SEC Network +

10 a.m. CT


Day Two (Sat., May 12)

SEC Network +

9:15 a.m. CT (video only)

5:30 p.m. CT (full broadcast)


Day Three (Sun., May 13)

SEC Network +

1:30 p.m. CT (video only)

SEC Network

5 p.m. CT (full broadcast)


Talent:

Dwight Stones (Play-by-Play)

Larra Overton (Analysis)

Jill Montgomery (Analysis)

John Anderson (Field Reporter)



SEC Outdoor Championships, Master Schedule (all times CT)
Day One | Friday, May 11
Time Event Athlete(s)
10:00 a.m. Women's Hammer Kendall Chavarria
Annika Larsson
Janeah Stewart
Shey Taiwo
1:00 p.m. Women's Heptathlon (100-Meter Hurdles) Kieshonna Brooks
1:45 p.m. Women's Heptathlon (High Jump) Kieshonna Brooks
2:00 p.m. Women's 800-Meter Prelims Maddie McHugh
2:20 p.m. Men's 800-Meter Prelims Cade Bethmann
Griffin Riley
John Rivera Jr.
Waleed Suliman
2:40 p.m. Women's 200-Meter Dash Prelims Nicole Henderson
Shannon Ray
3:05 p.m. Men's 200-Meter Dash Prelims Andrew Raspo
3:45 p.m. Women's Heptathlon (Shot Put) Kieshonna Brooks
5:15 p.m. Women's Heptathlon (200-Meter) Kieshonna Brooks
6:00 p.m. Men's Hammer Cullen Prena
8:30 p.m. Women's 10K Emily Bean
Nicole Rice
9:15 p.m. Men's 10K Mark Robertson
Ben Savino
Robinson Snider
Day Two | Saturday, May 12
9:15 a.m. Women's Heptathlon (Long Jump) Kieshonna Brooks
10:30 a.m. Women's Heptathlon (Javelin) Kieshonna Brooks
12:30 p.m. Women's Heptathlon (800-Meter) Kieshonna Brooks
1:00 p.m. Men's Long Jump Allen Gordon
2:00 p.m. Men's Shot Put Brian Williams
5:30 p.m. Women's 100-Meter Hurdles Prelims Jeanette Paul
6:10 p.m. Women's 1500-Meter Prelims Kat MacNeal
Ylva Traxler
6:30 p.m. Women's Long Jump Lanae Newsome
Kaira Simmons
Women's Shot Put Janeah Stewart
Shey Taiwo
Men's 1500-Meter Prelims Robert Domanic
Trevor Gilley
Everett Smulders
6:55 p.m. Women's 400-Meter Dash Prelims Jasmin Allen
Jolie Carbo
Mercedes Mattix
Aisha Newsome
Orianna Shaw
7:20 p.m. Men's 400-Meter Dash Prelims Alvin Westbrook
7:45 p.m. Women's 100-Meter Dash Prelims Nicole Henderson
Shannon Ray
8:10 p.m. Men's 100-Meter Dash Prelims Andrew Raspo
8:35 p.m. Women's 3000-Meter Steeplechase Shelby Brown
Hannah Christen
Lisa Vogelgesang
8:55 p.m. Men's 3000-Meter Steeplechase Brandon Harvey
Parker Scott
Sean Tobin
Day Three | Sunday, May 13
1:30 p.m. Women's High Jump Jasmine Cherry
Men's Pole Vault Peyton Weissmann
2:00 p.m. Women's Discus Janeah Stewart
Shey Taiwo
Women's Triple Jump Lanae Newsome
5:02 p.m. Women's 4x100-Meter Relay Finals --
5:20 p.m. Women's 1500-Meter Finals Kat MacNeal
Ylva Traxler
5:30 p.m. Men's 1500-Meter Finals Robert Domanic
Everett Smulders
Women's Pole Vault Katy McAuley
Lindsey Murray
Men's Triple Jump Fraquan Gaines
5:45 p.m. Men's Discus Cullen Prena
Brian Williams
6:00 p.m. Men's High Jump Allen Gordon
6:40 p.m. Women's 800-Meter Finals Maddie McHugh
6:50 p.m. Men's 800-Meter Finals Cade Bethmann
Waleed Suliman
7:40 p.m. Women's 5K Emily Bean
Shelby Brown
Hannah Christen
Anna Elkin
Maddie King
Clio Ozanne-Jaques
Nicole Rice
Victoria Simmons
Ylva Traxler
8:00 p.m. Men's 5K Taylor Caldwell
Michael Coccia
Brandon Harvey
Mark Robertson
Robinson Snider
8:25 p.m. Women's 4x400-Meter Relay --
8:35 p.m. Men's 4x400-Meter Relay --



TEAM NOTES
• Fans can watch on the ESPN family of networks on each day of competition, with coverage beginning on SECN+ at 10 a.m. on Day One and 9:15 a.m. on Day Two, with a live window on SEC Network on the final day beginning at 5 p.m. (all times Central). On the call will be the national NCAA track & field team of Dwight Stones (play-by-play), Larra Overton (analysis), Jill Montgomery (analysis) and SportsCenter's John Anderson as the field reporter.

• The Rebel men are coming off a sixth place team finish at the 2017 SEC Championships, which stands as the third-highest in program history. Ole Miss has finished higher than sixth in the men's standings three times in its history: second in 1984, and fifth in both 2014 and 2016.


• The Rebel women are also coming off the third-highest finish in program history in eighth place in 2017. The top women's finishes outdoors in program history are sixth in 2008 and seventh in 2012.


• Ole Miss returns one SEC champion from the 2017 season: All-American discus thrower Brian Williams, who came within one inch of the 1985 SEC meet record with a heave of 65.13m (213-08) -- the top returning throw in the NCAA this season and the No. 5 throw in the United States in 2017.


• Other returning All-SEC performers include: Parker Scott (1500-meter, All-Freshman), Robinson Snider (10K, All-Freshman) on the men's side and All-American Janeah Stewart on the women's side in all three of her events in the discus (Second-Team, 2nd place), shot put (Second-Team, 3rd place), and hammer (Second-Team, 3rd place). Senior and 2017 NCAA qualifier Shelby Brown was also a Second-Team honoree with a third-place finish in the steeplechase.


• The Ole Miss men are also defending SEC titles from former Rebels. 2018 IAAF World Indoor finals qualifier Craig Engels won the last two 1500-meter SEC titles, while MJ Erb took home two titles in 2017 in the steeplechase and the 5K.


• Outdoors, Ole Miss has won 48 total SEC individual titles, with 39 coming from the Rebel men and nine from the Rebel women.


REBELS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS

• The Rebel women rank at No. 23 in the latest USTFCCCA National Computer Rankings, with the Rebel men sitting just outside at No. 27.


• Ole Miss has ranked in the women's top-25 all outdoor season, as well as the last 17 outdoor rankings releases dating back to Ole Miss head coach Connie Price-Smith's first season in 2016. All told, the Rebel women have ranked in the top-25 in 20 of the 27 total outdoor rankings releases under Price-Smith.


• The Rebel women have cracked the top-20 twice this outdoor season, ranking a season-high No. 19 in Week 4.


• Ole Miss has ranked No. 27 on the men's side each of the last two weeks after jumping to a season-high No. 19 in Week 4.


• In Week 4, Ole Miss had both its men's and women's teams within the top-25 for the first time in 2018 with both ranking No. 19. The Rebel men made the largest jump in the NCAA that week, leaping up 18 spots from No. 37 to put Ole Miss in the men's top-25 for the first time since the final week of the 2017 outdoor season.


• Since the USTFCCCA National Computer Rankings began in 2008, Ole Miss has been ranked in the top-25 on the men's and women's side simultaneously 13 times, all of which have occurred since head coach Connie Price-Smith arrived in 2016.


• Ole Miss still ranks in the top-10 of three events in the USTFCCCA #EventSquad rankings: No. 2 in the men's 1500 (3:40.87 average), No. 4 in the women's hammer (59.54m/195-4 average) and No. 5 in the men's 800 (1:49.36 average).


• Ole Miss currently holds 22 total national top-50 marks or times (12 women, 10 men), with 37 total within the NCAA East Region top-48 (20 women, 17 men).


SEASON RECAP

• Ole Miss spent its final meet of the regular season with a light day of competition at the LSU Invite on April 28, where Brian Williams broke his own school-record in the shot put while also winning at a new season-best in the discus.

• The week prior, Ole Miss sent distance runners out to California for the Mt. SAC Relays and the Bryan Clay Invite, with the remainder at Auburn's War Eagle Invite.

• Ole Miss broke two school records out in California: Robert Domanic in the men's 1500-meter (3:36.33) at Bryan Clay, and Shelby Brown in the elite section of the women's 3000-meter steeplechase (9:58.98) at Mt. SAC. Domanic was part of a historic final heat of the 1500, which included three of the 10 fastest 1500 times in NCAA history -- with his time coming in at No. 9 all-time collegiately and No. 1 in the United States this season.


• The Rebels had a superb weekend, despite the weather, at the Joe Walker Invite on April 13-14 -- the final home meet for Ole Miss in 2018. The Rebels came away with 15 total event wins across two days of action, which featured two exciting men's races in the 800 and 1500 that led to several times that will likely qualify for the NCAA East Regional.


• The prior week, Ole Miss traveled out to Georgia for the Spec Towns Invite, where the Rebels snagged five total event titles.


• Ole Miss hosted its first home meet of the season on March 31, the Ole Miss Classic, where the Rebels claimed nine total event titles -- including six alone on the women's side.


• The Rebels opened the season with two narrow scored team battles at the inaugural Trailblazer Challenge in Los Angeles on March 23-24, which featured the five Power-5 schools that have women in charge of combined men's and women's track & field programs: Miami (Amy Deem), Ohio State (Karen Dennis), Tennessee (Beth Alford-Sullivan), USC (Caryl Smith Gilbert), and Ole Miss' own Connie Price-Smith.


• The No. 22 Rebel women fell in a tight battle with No. 4 USC, 148-141, while the men finished second to Ohio State, 152-113, while beating out the reigning indoor national runners-up, No. 7 USC (102).


• Ole Miss is coming off an indoor season that ended with one First-Team All-American (Janeah Stewart, weight throw, third place) and seven Second-Team honorees. Price-Smith's squad also came away with two SEC individual titles (women's weight throw, men's mile).


• Ole Miss returns two All-Americans from the outdoor season in 2017 in Janeah Stewart (shot put, First-Team; discus and hammer, Second-Team) and Brian Williams (discus, First-Team).


• Ole Miss finished the 2017 season ranked within the top-10 in both the men's and women's USTFCCCA Program of the Year standings, with both Rebel squads finishing a program-high in the rankings. Ole Miss was one of three programs nationally to have both its men's and women's programs finish in the top-10 with the men in third and the women in eighth.

WOMEN'S NOTES
• Senior All-American Janeah Stewart is the reigning Commissioner's Trophy winner, which is awarded to the top male and female point scorer at the outdoor championships. Stewart scored 20 total points in 2017 -- her first SEC Outdoor Championships -- after finishing runner-up in the discus and finishing third in both the shot put and hammer.


• Stewart will be looking for her third-straight point-scoring honor, as she was also the 2018 indoor co-recipient of the Cliff Harper Trophy alongside Georgia's Keturah Orji after both scored 18 points.


• Stewart still leads the Rebels with 51.36 of the 80.99 total points that the No. 23 Rebel women are receiving with her season-bests in the hammer (fourth, school-record 67.70m/222-01), shot put (fifth, 17.64m/57-10.50) and discus (20th, 54.78m/179-08).


• Stewart ranks in the national top-25 in all three, sitting fourth in the hammer, fifth in the shot put and 23rd in the discus. Stewart was one of two to triple at the national meet in 2017 alongside Arizona State's Maggie Ewen, who leads the NCAA in all three this season.


• Stewart also ranks in the top-10 regionally in all three, sitting second in both the shot and hammer, while ranking 10th in the discus.


• Stewart ranks second all-time at Ole Miss in both the shot put (17.86m/58-07.25) and discus (56.39m/185-00), and she broke her own school record in the hammer by 10 feet in the season-opener in LA.


• Outdoors in 2017, Stewart finished First-Team All-American in the shot put (fifth place), and Second-Team in both the discus (ninth) and hammer (10th).


• Stewart finished the indoor season as the No. 5 weight thrower in the history of the NCAA at 24.12m (79-01.75). Three of the top-10 indoor weight throwers on the NCAA all-time top-10 are pupils of head coach Connie Price-Smith and throws coach John Smith.


• Senior Shelby Brown is the other returning All-SEC honoree for the Rebel women after a third-place finish in the 3000-meter steeplechase. Brown currently leads the SEC by 10 seconds at her school-record of 9:58.98 from the Mt. SAC Relays. Brown broke her own school record by eight seconds to become the first Rebel women to break 10 minutes in the steeple. Brown currently ranks eighth nationally and third in the NCAA East Region.


• Brown is also a returning NCAA qualifier in the steeplechase from the 2017 season.


• Additionally, Brown holds an NCAA top-50 time in the 1500-meter from the Ole Miss Classic on March 31, where she won at a time of 4:20.47 -- just barely off her school-record time of 4:19.09 from 2017. Brown currently ranks fifth in the SEC, 26th in the East Region and 48th overall in the NCAA at that time.


• Senior sprinters Shannon Ray and Jolie Carbo each have their hands on three different national top-50 times. Ray sits 23rd in the 100-meter at a PR time of 11.25 seconds, with Carbo No. 33 in the 400-meter at a career-best 52.87. Both have also run on three different top-50 4x100-meter relays that rank 27th (44.10; Nicole Henderson, Alia Holmes, Carbo, Ray), 46th (44.61; Henderson, Mercedes Mattix, Carbo, Ray) and 48th (44.66; Henderson, Carbo, Jeanette Paul, Ray). All three times rank within the all-time top-10 at Ole Miss.


• Indoors in 2018, Carbo became one of just four Rebel women to ever break 54 seconds in the 400. On the outdoor Ole Miss list, Carbo is one of just five Rebel women to ever break 53 seconds.


• Both Henderson and Ray were members of the 2017 4x100-meter relay team that qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships.


• Ray came within one-hundredth of a second of the all-time Ole Miss school record in the 100-meter dash in the season open at the Trailblazer Challenge, running 11.25 seconds (wind: 3.5). The Ole Miss record of 11.24 belongs to Teneeshia Jones, who ran it on Jun. 18, 2000, in Chapel Hill, N.C. with a 0.5 wind.


• Redshirt junior Lindsey Murray holds a season-best in the pole vault at 4.18m (13-08.50), currently the 29th-best in the NCAA and 13th in the East Region.


• Murray missed the 2017 outdoor season due to injury, but is coming off yet another appearance at the NCAA Indoor Championships in March, where she was the lone senior in competition to have qualified for the national meet all four years. She entered the 2018 outdoor season with the 10th-best PR nationally at her school-record height of 4.34m (14-02.75) from 2016.


• Junior Maddie McHugh was named the SEC Women's Runner of the Week after an exciting 800 win at the Trailblazer Challenge to open the season, edging out Miami's Kayla Johnson at the finish line at 2:06.12 -- her best 800 open of her career. McHugh currently ranks fifth in the SEC while ranking 22nd overall in the East Region and 40th in the nation at that time. McHugh was the third-place finisher in the 800-meter indoors this season for Second-Team All-SEC honors.


• McHugh also holds the 43rd-best 1500-meter time in the East Region at 4:21.61.


• A handful of freshmen distance runners could prove consequential for the Rebel women this weekend. Clio Ozanne-Jaques enters as the top-ranked freshman in the 5K at 16:13.82 from the Mt. SAC Relays -- the second-fastest time in Ole Miss history and 24th-best in the East Region.


Lisa Vogelgesang, meanwhile, could also provide points alongside Shelby Brown in the steeplechase. Vogelgesang owns the third-fastest steeple ever at Ole Miss in just one attempt at 10:22.93 -- also from Mt. SAC. She currently ranks 29th in the East Region.


• Sophomore Kieshonna Brooks is looking to become the first Rebel woman to score in the heptathlon since Fabia McDonald and Brittany Kelly finished sixth and eighth, respectively, in 2015. Brooks set a new heptathlon PR in back-to-back weeks this outdoor season, including her latest PR at 5,057 to rank No. 25 in the East Region -- her first time eclipsing 5,000 points, which broke her own national record in her native Saint Kitts and Nevis. Brooks has held the Saint Kitts national record since the 2017 SEC Championships.


• Other Rebels ranked within the East Region top-48 include: Emily Bean in the 5K (33rd, 16:19.70), Lanae Newsome in the triple jump (45th, 12.51m/41-00.50), Katy McAuley in the pole vault (46th, 3.96m/12-11.75) and Annika Larsson in the hammer (47th, 57.18m/187-07).


MEN'S NOTES

• Senior All-American Brian Williams is the lone returning Rebel to have won an SEC title at the 2017 championships. Williams won the discus at a massive career-best throw of 65.13m (213-08), which fell just one inch shy of the SEC meet record and finished the year No. 5 in the United States and No. 15 in the world.


• Williams most recently broke his own school-record in the shot put to finish second at the LSU Invite, throwing 18.70m (61-04.25). Williams enters this weekend ranked ninth in the SEC, 16th in the East Region and 27th in the NCAA. Williams previous record was 18.67m (61-03.00) from the season-opener in Los Angeles, which broke the 2009 record of 18.51m (60-08.75) set by Derek McGuire.


• Williams also threw a one-foot season-best and SEC-leading 61.54m (201-11) at LSU two weeks ago, putting him at No. 3 in the East Region and No. 4 in the NCAA overall.


• Williams was a First-Team All-American in the discus in 2017 after a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor Championships at 59.95m (196-08). Williams was also the fourth-place finisher in the discus at the 2017 USA Outdoor Championships.


• Williams' season-best in the discus is contributing 26.41 of the total 79.15 points that the No. 27 Rebel men are receiving, with two more large sums coming from senior Robert Domanic (28.21) and freshman Waleed Suliman (17.03).


• Domanic ran the ninth-fastest 1500-meter time in NCAA history in one of the fastest heats ever out at the Bryan Clay Invite. Domanic finished third at a new four-second PR and school-record time of 3:36.33 - the top time in the United States and No. 12 in the world this season (No. 8 in outdoor-only) - behind a new NCAA record by New Mexico's Josh Kerr (3:35.01) and Syracuse's Justyn Knight (3:36.07), who both are foreign-born runners. Domanic is one of 15 collegiate runners to ever break 3:37 in the 1500.


• Domanic broke Craig Engels' previous Ole Miss record of 3:37.66 from the 2016 Olympic Trials and ranks second in SEC history behind Arkansas' Joe Falcon, who ran 3:35.84 in 1988.


• Domanic leads the United States and the SEC while ranking second in the East and third nationally.


• Suliman won his second-straight SEC Freshman of the Week award after becoming the third Rebel to ever break 3:40 in the 1500 at Bryan Clay, running the third-fastest time ever behind Domanic and Engels at 3:39.76. Suliman's time was No. 2 in Ole Miss history before Domanic's school record, run just minutes later in that historic final heat.


• Currently, Suliman's 1500-time ranks No. 2 in the SEC, No. 3 in the East Region, No. 9 in the NCAA and No. 12 in the United States. Suliman is also the second-fastest freshman nationally behind Oregon's Reed Brown.


• Domanic, Suliman, Sean Tobin (3:42.82, 30th NCAA, 11th East) and Cade Bethmann (3:44.56, 39th East) are all contributing to a No. 2 national ranking in the men's 1500 for Ole Miss in the USTFCCCA #EventSquad rankings. Those four times have an average of 3:40.87.


• Seven Rebel men have run 3:45 or better in the 1500-meter, and five currently rank within the NCAA East Region top-48, the other being Trevor Gilley (3:44.81, 42nd East).


• Suliman is also the NCAA's fastest freshman in the 800-meter at 1:47.29 -- the top-time in the East Region, No. 2 in the SEC and No. 8 overall in the NCAA. Throughout the outdoor season alone, Suliman's 800 time also sits at No. 6 in the United States.


• Five Ole Miss men have run sub-1:51 in the 800-meter, and all five are freshmen: Suliman, Griffin Riley (1:49.76, 45th East), John Rivera Jr. (1:50.05), Everett Smulders (1:50.33) and Cade Bethmann (1:50.47). 


• The top-four 800-meter times are contributing to a 1:49.36 average, putting Ole Miss at No. 5 nationally in the #EventSquad rankings. Ole Miss is the only top-10 team with all four times coming from freshmen.


• Ole Miss owns two national top-50 steeplechase times as well from Sean Tobin at an SEC-leading 8:53.09 (30th NCAA, ninth East) and Parker Scott at 8:55.63 (43rd NCAA, 14th East, third SEC).


• Other Rebel men with high national or regional rankings include: Allen Gordon in both the high jump (27th NCAA, 16th East, 2.16m/7-1) and long jump (27th East, 7.62m/25-00.00), Cullen Prena in both the discus (34th NCAA, 19th East, 56.28m/184-08) and hammer (42nd East, 61.26m/201-00), Manny Foster in the long jump (39th East, 7.52m/24-08.25) and Peyton Weissmann in the pole vault (45th East, 5.05m/16-06.75).


Rebel Women in Competition:

100-Meter:
Nicole Henderson, Shannon Ray

200-Meter:
Nicole Henderson, Shannon Ray

400-Meter:
Jasmin Allen, Jolie Carbo, Mercedes Mattix, Aisha Newsome, Orianna Shaw

800-Meter:
Maddie McHugh

1500-Meter:
Kat MacNeal, Ylva Traxler

5K:
Emily Bean, Shelby Brown, Hannah Christen, Anna Elkin, Maddie King, Clio Ozanne-Jaques, Nicole Rice, Victoria Simmons, Ylva Traxler

10K:
Emily Bean, Nicole Rice

100-Meter Hurdles:
Jeanette Paul

3000-Meter Steeplechase:
Shelby Brown, Hannah Christen, Lisa Vogelgesang

4x100-Meter Relay:
Nicole Henderson, Jolie Carbo, Jeanette Paul, Shannon Ray

4x400-Meter Relay:
Jolie Carbo, Jasmin Allen, Aisha Newsome, Mercedes Mattix, Orianna Shaw

High Jump:
Jasmine Cherry

Pole Vault:
Katy McAuley, Lindsey Murray

Long Jump:
Lanae Newsome, Kaira Simmons

Triple Jump:
Lanae Newsome

Shot Put:
Janeah Stewart, Shey Taiwo

Discus:
Janeah Stewart, Shey Taiwo

Hammer:
Kendall Chavarria, Annika Larsson, Janeah Stewart, Shey Taiwo

Heptathlon:
Kieshonna Brooks

Rebel Men in Competition:
100-Meter:
Andrew Raspo

200-Meter:
Andrew Raspo

400-Meter:
Alvin Westbrook

800-Meter:
Cade Bethmann, Griffin Riley, John Rivera Jr., Waleed Suliman

1500-Meter:
Robert Domanic, Trevor Gilley, Everett Smulders

5K:
Taylor Caldwell, Michael Coccia, Brandon Harvey, Mark Robertson, Robinson Snider

10K:
Mark Robertson, Ben Savino, Robinson Snider

3000-Meter Steeplechase:
Brandon Harvey, Parker Scott, Sean Tobin

4x400-Meter Relay: Alvin Westbrook, Andrew Raspo, Griffin Riley, John Rivera Jr., Waleed Suliman, Cade Bethmann
High Jump:
Allen Gordon

Pole Vault:
Peyton Weissmann

Long Jump:
Allen Gordon

Triple Jump:
Fraquan Gaines

Shot Put:
Brian Williams

Discus:
Cullen Prena, Brian Williams

Hammer:
Cullen Prena


No. 23 Rebel Women | NCAA Top-50

4. Janeah Stewart - Hammer - 67.70m (222-01)

5. Janeah Stewart - Shot Put - 17.64m (57-10.50)

8. Shelby Brown - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 9:58.98

23. Shannon Ray - 100-Meter Dash - 11.25 (w3.5)

23. Janeah Stewart - Discus - 54.78m (179-09)

27. 4x100-Meter Relay (Henderson, Holmes, Carbo, Ray) - 44.10

29. Lindsey Murray - Pole Vault - 4.18m (13-08.50)

33. Jolie Carbo - 400-Meter Dash - 52.87

40. Maddie McHugh - 800-Meter - 2:06.12

46. 4x100-Meter Relay (Henderson, Mattix, Carbo, Ray) - 44.61

48. 4x100-Meter Relay (Henderson, Carbo, Paul, Ray) - 44.66

48. Shelby Brown - 1500-Meter - 4:20.47

No. 23 Rebel Women | NCAA East Region Top-48
2. Janeah Stewart - Shot Put - 17.64m (57-10.50)

2. Janeah Stewart - Hammer - 67.70m (222-01)

3. Shelby Brown - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 9:58.98

10. Janeah Stewart - Discus - 54.78m (179-09)

13. Lindsey Murray - Pole Vault - 4.18m (13-08.50)

15. Shannon Ray - 100-Meter Dash - 11.25 (w3.5)

15. Jolie Carbo - 400-Meter Dash - 52.87

17. 4x100-Meter Relay (Henderson, Holmes, Carbo, Ray) - 44.10

22. Maddie McHugh - 800-Meter - 2:06.12

24. Clio Ozanne-Jaques - 5K - 16:13.82

25. Kieshonna Brooks - Heptathlon - 5,057

26. Shelby Brown - 1500-Meter - 4:20.47

26. 4x100-Meter Relay (Henderson, Mattix, Carbo, Ray) - 44.61

27. 4x100-Meter Relay (Henderson, Carbo, Paul, Ray) - 44.66

29. Lisa Vogelgesang - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 10:22.93

33. Emily Bean - 5K - 16:19.70

43. Maddie McHugh - 1500-Meter - 4:21.61

45. Lanae Newsome - Triple Jump - 12.51m (41-00.50)

46. Katy McAuley - Pole Vault - 3.96m (12-11.75)

47. Annika Larsson - Hammer - 57.18m (187-07)


No. 23 Rebel Women's #EventSquad Top-10 Rankings:

Average of top-four marks or times per team in each event nationally


4. Hammer Throw

Average: 59.54m (195-04) // Total: 238.17m (781-04)

Janeah Stewart - 67.70m (222-01)

Annika Larsson - 57.18m (187-07)

Kendall Chavarria - 56.91m (186-08)

Shey Taiwo - 56.38m (184-11)


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No. 27 Rebel Men | NCAA Top-50

3. Robert Domanic - 1500-Meter - 3:36.33

4. Brian Williams - Discus - 61.54m (201-11)

8. Waleed Suliman - 800-Meter - 1:47.29

9. Waleed Suliman - 1500-Meter - 3:39.76

27. Allen Gordon - High Jump - 2.16m (7-01.00)

27. Brian Williams - Shot Put - 18.70m (61-04.25)

30. Sean Tobin - 1500-Meter - 3:42.82

30. Sean Tobin - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 8:53.09

34. Cullen Prena - Discus - 56.28m (184-08)

43. Parker Scott - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 8:55.63


No. 27 Rebel Men | NCAA East Region Top-48

1. Waleed Suliman - 800-Meter - 1:47.29

2. Robert Domanic - 1500-Meter - 3:36.33

3. Waleed Suliman - 1500-Meter - 3:39.76

3. Brian Williams - Discus - 61.54m (201-11)

9. Sean Tobin - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 8:53.09

11. Sean Tobin - 1500-Meter - 3:42.82

14. Parker Scott - 3000-Meter Steeplechase - 8:55.63

16. Allen Gordon - High Jump - 2.16m (7-01.00)

16. Brian Williams - Shot Put - 18.70m (61-04.25)

19. Cullen Prena - Discus - 56.28m (184-08)

27. Allen Gordon - Long Jump - 7.62m (25-00.00)

33. Cade Bethmann - 1500-Meter - 3:44.56

39. Manny Foster - Long Jump - 7.52m (24-08.25)

42. Trevor Gilley - 1500-Meter - 3:44.81

42. Cullen Prena - Hammer - 61.26m (201-00)

45. Griffin Riley - 800-Meter - 1:49.76

45. Peyton Weissmann - Pole Vault - 5.05m (16-06.75)


No. 27 Rebel Men's #EventSquad Top-10 Rankings:

Average of top-four marks or times per team in each event nationally


2. 1500-Meter

Average: 3:40.87 // Total: 14:43.4

Robert Domanic - 3:36.33

Waleed Suliman - 3:39.76

Sean Tobin - 3:42.82

Cade Bethmann - 3:44.56


5. 800-Meter

Average: 1:49.36 // Total: 7:17.43

Waleed Suliman - 1:47.29

Griffin Riley - 1:49.76

John Rivera Jr. - 1:50.05

Everett Smulders - 1:50.33


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