Arizona State track and field capped off day two of the Texas Tech Invitational on Saturday with victories in men’s shot put and the women’s mile.
The Sun Devils had five top-three finishes that were highlighted by Turner Washington’s victory in shot put and Lena Lebrun’s mile run.
Washington’s 20.94m set a personal best and meet record, while Lebrun’s 4.58.15 in the mile was a meet record and she finished a full five seconds ahead of the competition.
Here’s a look at how the rest of the group fared in their respective events in Lubbock:
200m: Antonio Mitchell - 6th, 21.32 - PR
Women’s 600y: Ma’Kayla Dickerson - 5th, 1:26.06, Arius Williams - 8th, 1:28.58
Men’s 600y: Dubem Nwachukwu - 3rd, 1:10.19, Garrett Shedrick - 6th, 1:13.35 Jamar Marshall Jr. - 10th, 1:14.18
Women’s Shot Put: Jorinde van Klinken - 2nd, 17.02m/55-10 ¼ feet
Men’s Shot Put: Turner Washington - 1st, 20.94m/68-8 ½ feet
Long Jump: Ta’Nalya Gordon - 5th, 5.70
High jump: Alex Gonzalez - no height
Women’s Mile: Lena Lebrun - 1st, 4:58.15, Caitlin Rose - 5th, 5:11.09
Men’s Mile: Fearghal Curtin - 3rd, 4:12.95, Adam Meyer - 10th, 4:28.43
Pole vault: Cole Riddle - 4th, 5.30m, Michael Chadwick - T8th, 5.05m, Hunter Kasprzyk - 12th, 4.90m, Jimmy Escobar - no height