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Trailblazers Continue Strong Start to Season at Tom Hathaway Distance Classic

Indianapolis, IN – The Vincennes University Track & Field team turned in another impressive showing this weekend by qualifying 6 athletes to the NJCAA National Meet in Lubbock, Texas, as well as notching several personal bests.

Sophomore Maisie Lay started the trend this weekend in the 5,000 meter run. Lay clocked the 3rd fastest in the indoor 5k in the University’s history, crossed the line for the 25th, and final time, in 18:56. The mark tied her personal best, and finished 45 seconds ahead of her nearest competitor.

Freshmen Jhala Henry and Ja’Von Wilkerson both also turned in solid performances on the first day of the two-day Tom Hathaway Distance Classic hosted by the University of Indianapolis. Henry narrowly missed the qualifying mark in the long jump with a leap of 17’5 ½”. She finished runner-up in the event. Wilkerson turned in the 2nd fastest qualifying time of the day in the 60m dash with a time of 7.20m, and also finished 2nd in the long jump with a mark of 21’1 ½”.

The team returned on Saturday for the 2nd-day of the event by picking up right where they left off. Sophomore All-Americans Kevin Johnson & Marlowe Mosely finished 1-2 in the 600-meter run to secure big points for the Trailblazers, and both punched their ticket to Lubbock in the event.

Finally, a trio of distance athletes found themselves punching their tickets to the National meet in the 3,000-meter run. Sophomore All-American Evan Franklin, along with freshmen Marcus Graham & Michael DeMeyer all solidified their plane ticket to Lubbock by hitting the qualifier in what proved to be the race to watch on Saturday. Franklin finished 2nd in the race with the 2nd fastest time in school history in 8:35. Graham finished 4th in the 5th fastest time in school history in 8:44, and DeMeyer rounded out things for VU with a 6th place finish in 8:54. All 6 athletes for Vincennes who ran the 3,000-meter run recorded personal best marks on the day.

Outside of those 6 athletes hitting qualifying marks, the team had even more success. The 4x4 team of Kevin Johnson, Jacob, Adams, Josh Hodge, and Marlowe Mosely finished 1st, while the 4x4 team of Joe Tarpeh, Cambrin Dixon, Charles Thompson, and Ja’Von Wilkerson finished 2nd.

Sophomore All-American Sydney Davidson won the 800-meter run, and Sophomore Paige Jones won the Pentathlon.

The Trailblazers will return to action on February 9th & 10th at the Grand Valley State University Big Meet in Allendale Michigan. Go VU!