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Carolina Track and Field Earns 13 Victories on Final Day of Weems Baskin
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Carolina Track and Field Earns 13 Victories on Final Day of Weems Baskin

The Gamecocks saw two of the nation's top performances on their home track on Saturday

COLUMBIA—The South Carolina track and field teams wrapped up competition at Weems Baskin with a combined 13 outright event victories on Saturday at the Sheila and Morris Cregger Track.
 
“I think we’re a great track team,” said head coach Curtis Frye. “We can only control the things we can control. We had good warm ups and we had good efforts. Then we got good results. The wind we can’t control. What we can control is our warm ups and our effort. That makes us pretty happy with our results.”
 
The Gamecock women had two performances that would have topped the NCAA performance list coming into the weekend.
 
Rachel Glenn cleared 1.90m/6-2.75 to win the women’s high jump invitational. Glenn’s mark was the best in the NCAA based on the country’s performance list heading into the weekend. Her performance set the Cregger Track facility record, breaking the old mark of 1.89m/6-2 from the SEC Championships in 2017. Glenn had three tries at 1.93m/6-4, which is the height she cleared at the NCAA Outdoor Championships last year to claim the high jump title, but missed on each attempt.

Makenzie Dunmore ran the fastest women’s 400-meter time in the NCAA on Saturday, winning the women’s 400 meters’ invitational section with a time of 52.38. Dunmore essentially locked up a spot in the East Regional meet in the 400 meters with her time.
 
The women’s 4X400-meter relay team of Alysia Johnson, Angel Frank, Aaliyah Pyatt and Dunmore ran the third-best time in the NCAA this season, taking home a victory with a time of 3:32.63.
 
The Gamecocks’ womens’ 4X100-meter relay team of Jayla Jamison, Dunmore, Frank and Tierra Frasier ran the third-fastest time in the country of 43.83 to win the event.
 
In the 200 meters, Frasier and Jamison ran 23.47 and 23.50, respectively. They finished behind only reigning NCAA champion in the 60 meters Melissa Jefferson of Coastal Carolina. Frasier ranks 13th in the NCAA and Jamison ranks 14th.
 
Destinee Rocker ran a wind-aided time of 12.95 to win the 100-meter hurdles, going sub-13 for the first time this season. Rocker’s sub-13 second performance was her all-conditions personal best and was just the second time in her career she has gone below 13 seconds.
 
On the men’s side, Evan Miller won the 200 meters with a wind-aided time of 20.51. He is coming off a First Team All-America season indoors in the 200 meters. Miller’s time is the fourth-best on the NCAA list so far this season.

Dylan Targgart won the men’s shot put with a toss of 18.57m/60-11.25. Targgart moved into No. 9 in school histry in the outdoor shot put with his performance. His throw is also good for No. 6 in the country.
 
William Spencer Jr. ran the 12th-fastest 400-meter hurdles time in the NCAA this season. He won the event with a time of 51.56.
 
The men’s 4X100-meter relay team of Elisha Brooks, Evan Miller, Anthony Greenhow, Jr., and Dominic Dutton won their event with a time of 40.10. That time ranks 11th in the NCAA this season.
 
Carson Lenser and Dillon McCarthy shared the victory in the men’s pole vault invitational. Both athletes cleared 4.88m/16-0 on a blustery Saturday in the Palmetto State.
 
The Gamecocks return to action next weekend for the Florida Relays on Friday and Saturday.
 
Men’s Individual Results
 
100 Meters Invitational
T8. Dominic Dutton – 10.60w
 
200 Meters
1. Evan Miller – 20.51w
6. Anthony Greenhow, Jr. – 21.39w
10. Dominic Dutton – 21.60w
57. Prescott Jefferson – 22.71w
 
400 Meters Invitational
4. Doval Simmonds – 47.21
9. Jackson Junkins – 48.45
 
800 Meters
6. George Luke – 1:58.32
7. Kyle Reers – 1:58.72
15. Jake Mangione – 1:59.92
 
800 Meters Invitational
4. Hayden Cobbe – 1:54.35
6. Aidan Hatton – 1:54.66
 
1,500 Meters
7. George Luke – 4:11.19
18. Henry Wood – 4:18.07
 
1,500 Meters Invitational
2. Sean Petersen – 3:56.85
3. David Olds – 3:57.21
4. Jack Mensch – 3:57.46
5. Alexander Galbraith – 3:58.29
 
400-Meter Hurdles
1. William Spencer Jr. – 51.56
6. EJ Richardson – 54.24
 
4X100-Meter Relay
1. Brooks, Miller, Greenhow, Jr., Dutton – 40.10
 
Triple Jump
7. Desmond Gaillard – 14.32m/46-11.75
 
Shot Put
1. Dylan Targgart – 18.57m/60-11.25
19. Elisha Brooks – 12.47m/40-11
 
Discus
3. Dylan Targgart – 52.65m/172-9
31. Elisha Brooks – 34.41m/112-10
 
High Jump
5. Elisha Brooks – 1.80m/5-10.75
 
High Jump Invitational
2. Jackson Marseille – 2.07m/6-9.50
–. Kobe Franklin – NH 
 
Pole Vault Invitational
T1. Carson Lenser – 4.88m/16-0
T1. Dillon McCarthy – 4.88m/16-0
 
Women’s Individual Results
 
100 Meters Invitational
4. Tierra Frasier – 11.62w
19. Anastasia Sumpter – 12.23
 
200 Meters
2. Tierra Frasier – 23.47w
3. Jayla Jamison – 23.50w
7. Aaliyah Pyatt – 24.17w
31. Anastasia Sumpter – 25.24w
52. Devyn McMichael – 26.30w
 
400 Meters Invitational
1. Makenzie Dunmore – 52.38
4. Angel Frank – 54.00
 
800 Meters
1. Pearl Nagbe – 2:14.03
2. Jahnile Registre – 2:15.91
 
800 Meters Invitational
3. Kieley Gayle – 2:12.75
4. Grace Zamrowski – 2:15.20
9. Macie Kavanaugh – 2:20.57
 
1,500 Meters
6. Ally Wilson – 4:54.51
7. Emily Smith – 4:55.29
9. Lily Weeks – 4:56.75
13. Brooke Donoghue – 5:02.24
16. Hannah Cella – 5:04.58
17. Jenna Pellizzari – 5:04.87
19. Emily Pierontoni – 5:06.25
26. Elizabeth Davison – 5:14.33
29. Kathleen Abrams – 5:22.71
30. Sarah Neville – 5:24.01
 
1,500 Meters Invitational
1. Alex Costantino – 4:35.90
6. Savannah Bowers – 4:47.92
9. Hannah Twine – 4:51.32
 
3,000 Meters
1. Hope Dominique – 10:13.98
 
100-Meter Hurdles
1. Destinee Rocker – 12.95w
28. Kiera Hughes – 16.03
 
4X100-Meter Relay
1. Jamison, Dunmore, Frank, Frasier – 43.83
5. Sipsey, Pyatt, Sumpter, McMichael – 46.76
 
4X400-Meter Relay
1. Johnson, Frank, Pyatt, Dunmore – 3:32.63
3. Glenn, Registre, Jamison, Nagbe – 3:41.12
 
Triple Jump
9. Shaianne Sipsey – 11.57m/37-11.50
 
Shot Put
1. KD Young – 15.22m/49-11.25
 
Discus
2. KD Young – 41.64m/136-7
–. Kayla Racine – FOUL 
 
High Jump Invitational
1. Rachel Glenn – 1.90m/6-2.75
 
Pole Vault Invitational
5. Mia Joseph – 3.38m/11-1
–. Alyssa Rice – NH 
–. Kelsey Worthington – NH
 

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