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,
It was a photo finish at the Men’s 400-Meter Dash. Ultimately, Randall Dameron of Shorter University took first with a time of 45.95. Gianna Veron-Reynold of Soka came in second with 46.24 and Dredam Carter come in third.
Sean Lewis, a junior from Point Loma, took first in the men’s 400-Meter Hurdles with a running time of 50.97. Junior Hines followed in second, Ross Harlan took third and Nathan Magstadt came in fourth with a running time of 51.93.
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
Silas Kisorio set a new NAIA national record Saturday in the men’s 1500-meter final. Running the meet with a time of 3.41 minutes, Kisorio beat the previous record set by Alexis Sharangabo in 2001.
Kennedy Kithuka from the Wayland Baptist took second with a running time of 3:46, and Adam Godwin of Oklahoma Baptist of third.
With temperatures climbing into the 90′s, Hillary Holt proved unphased when she took first in the women’s 1500-meter run. Holt a sophomore from College of Idaho ran the meet with a time of 4.30 minutes.
Freshman from British Columbia came in second with a running time of 4.31.