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Rachel Glenn Posts Third Career All-SEC High Jump Performance
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Rachel Glenn Posts Third Career All-SEC High Jump Performance

Storms delayed action at the 2022 SEC Outdoor Championships for several hours on Friday, but after the storms cleared, the Gamecocks saw four finals qualifiers and four field event finals at the Ole Miss Track & Field Complex.

OXFORD, Miss.—Storms delayed action at the 2022 SEC Outdoor Championships for several hours on Friday, but after the storms cleared, the Gamecocks saw four finals qualifiers and four field event finals at the Ole Miss Track & Field Complex.
 
“It was a tough day on all the kids, but especially the decathletes,” said head coach Curtis Frye. “Those decathletes got here at 11 a.m. and ran their last race at 12:45 a.m. It’s tough on us, but that’s track and field. The rest of the day went well. Rachel in the high jump was the highlight. She is a phenomenal athlete. Not many athletes can score in two events and she is set to do that if she finishes the 400-meter hurdles tomorrow.
 
“Then we had great qualifiers with Filip and Destinee in the hurdles. Jayla made it in the 100 meters and Makenzie got in in the 400 meters. KD scored for us again today and Dylan got us on the board in the shot put. It wasn’t a phenomenal day, but we’ll take it.”
 
Rachel Glenn earned her second SEC silver medal of 2022 with a runner-up finish in the women’s high jump. Glenn cleared 1.86m/6-1.25 for her third career SEC medal. Glenn’s high jump performance came sandwiched between the 400-meter hurdles prelims and final. The intermediate hurdles’ final is set for Saturday and Glenn is set to start in lane four.
 
Jayla Jamison paired her 200-meter finals’ clinching performance from Thursday night with a 100-meter finals’ clinching performance on Friday night. Jamison ran a time of 11.61 in the 100-meter prelims to earn a time qualifier to Saturday’s final.
 
Destinee Rocker made her way to the women’s 100-meter hurdles final with a time of 13.23 to earn a time qualifier. Rocker was the seventh-fastest qualifier from Friday’s prelims. It was the first appearance at an SEC outdoor conference meet for the Second Team All-American.
 
Makenzie Dunmore grabbed the final time qualifier in the women’s 400 meters. She finished with a time of 52.59 to advance to Saturday’s final. Dunmore is in her first SEC season, so Saturday’s action will mark her first career SEC outdoor final.
 
KD Young put up another team point for the Gamecock women on Friday. Young took eighth in the women’s shot put. She tossed the shot 15.93m/52-3.25 to pick up one team point for the Gamecock women. Young totaled three team points over the weekend for Carolina.
 
On the men’s side, Dylan Targgart took seventh in the men’s shot put to get the Gamecock men on the scoreboard. Targgart threw the shot 18.78m/61-7.50 on his fifth throw to improve his scoring position to seventh. Targgart’s performance was his first at an outdoor SEC meet, for he redshirted in 2021.
 
Filip Demsar qualified in the high hurdles with a time qualifier. Demsar was the seventh-fastest qualifier from the prelim round, running a time of 13.83 to make Saturday’s final race. Demsar was disqualified at the 2021 SEC Outdoor Championships and Saturday’s final will mark his first outdoor SEC final.
 
In the decathlon, Elisha Brooks scored a team point for the Gamecocks. He scored 6,542 points and took eighth place overall. Brooks earned personal bests in five of the 10 events.
 
Saturday’s slate at the Ole Miss Track & Field Complex is set for a 1:30 p.m. start with the men’s pole vault, which was rescheduled from Friday due to lightning delays.
 
Men’s Team Results (through Day Two)
1. Tennessee – 55 points
2. Alabama – 54 points
3. Arkansas – 45 points

T11. South Carolina – 3 points
 
Men’s Individual Results
 
100 Meters – Prelims
31. Dominic Dutton – 10.97
33. Gatlin Lawson – 11.13
 
400 Meters – Prelims 
16. Doval Simmonds – 46.99
31. Jackson Junkins – 49.13
 
1,500 Meters – Prelims 
18. Alexander Galbraith – 3:49.55
26. Sean Petersen – 3:53.10
 
110-Meter Hurdles – Prelims 
7. Filip Demsar – 13.83q
 
Long Jump
12. Christian Lewis – 7.37m/24-2.25
 
Shot Put
7. Dylan Targgart – 18.78m/61-7.50
 
Decathlon – Overall
8. Elisha Brooks – 6,542 points
 
Decathlon – 110-Meter Hurdles
2. Elisha Brooks – 14.71
 
Decathlon – Discus
7. Elisha Brooks – 34.91m/114-6
 
Decathlon – Pole Vault
–. Elisha Brooks – NH 
 
Decathlon – Javelin
7. Elisha Brooks – 47.62m/156-2
 
Decathlon – 1,500 Meters
6. Elisha Brooks – 4:59.04
 
Women’s Team Results (through Day Two)
1. Auburn – 36 points
2. Florida – 32 points
3. Texas A&M – 28 points

14. South Carolina – 11 points
 
Women’s Individual Results
 
100 Meters – Prelims
7. Jayla Jamison – 11.61q
18. Tierra Frasier – 11.90
 
400 Meters – Prelims 
9. Makenzie Dunmore – 52.59q
10. Stephanie Davis – 52.70
19. Aaliyah Pyatt – 53.67
20. Angel Frank – 53.78
21. Jahnile Registre – 53.85
29. Pearl Nagbe – 55.52
 
1,500 Meters – Prelims
23. Alex Costantino – 4:33.52
 
100-Meter Hurdles – Prelims 
7. Destinee Rocker – 13.23q
 
Shot Put
8. KD Young – 15.93m/52-3.25
 
High Jump
2. Rachel Glenn – 1.86m/6-1.25
 

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