A team from Oklahoma Baptist finished first in the Women’s 4×400 relay finals with a time of 3:35. Runners in the winning team were Stacy Warrior, Nikita Tracey, Jura Levy, Verone Chambers and Taylor Moore, many of whom are this year’s All Americans in other races.
The heat and humidity could not keep Azusa Pacific’s Lauren Jimison down as she raced away from the rest of the field in the women’s 5000 meter run.
Jimison finished the race in 17:28.34 which is a minute and a half off the NAIA record set in 2005. Jimison was also the winner of the 1000 meter run that was held Thursday evening.
With only 0.05 seconds on the second place winner, Jura Levy from Oklahoma Baptist won the Women’s 200 Meter Dash. Adella King from Indiana Tech placed second.
Tamika Irvin of Dakota Wesleyan placed third, Biana Grant of Wayland Baptist placed fourth and NyEma Simsof Concordia Oregon placed fifth.
With only 1 second between them, Junia Limage of Concordia Oregon placed first in the Women’s 800 Meter Run with a time of 2:07.10 and Hannah Helker of Oklahoma Baptist placed second with 2:08.84. Third place went to British Columbia freshman Devan Wiebe and fourth went to Dickinson State’s Hillary Holt.
Two Oklahoma Baptist women placed first in second in today’s 400 Meter Dash.
Verone Chambers, a senior, won with a time of 52.28 seconds. Stacy Warrior, a sophomore, placed second with 53.36 seconds. Ayana Walker from Shorter placed third,
The first and second place winners were only 0.6 second apart in today’s Women’s 400 Meter Hurdles.
Nikita Tracey, a sophomore from Oklahoma Baptist, won the race with a time of 57.33 seconds and Crystal Bardge of Embry-Riddle ran in 57.91. Indiana Tech’s Zalika Dixon placed third with 57.93 and CSU