Story Poster

Baylor Track & Field Heads West For NCAA Prelims

May 21, 2019
1,064

WACO, Texas – Baylor track & field is set to take 22 individual athletes and four relay teams to the NCAA West Preliminary Championships Thursday-Saturday (May 23-25) in Sacramento, Calif.

“This is the first round of the NCAA. There’s no margin for error,” head coach Todd Harbour said. “You’ve got to be on it, so you have to approach it as this is the NCAA meet and this is the first round. And you have to be focused, locked-in.”

With the top-12 finishers in each event advancing to the NCAA Championships in Austin, Baylor has 14 athletes ranked in the West region’s top-16 based on marks this outdoor season and several others looking to make a statement by punching their ticket this weekend.

Wil London comes in ranked No. 1 in the West with his time of 44.93 in the 400 meters. Matthew Moorer is ranked 13th, while Howard Fields III is No. 14. The Bears’ 4x400-meter relay is ranked No. 4 with London, Fields, Moorer, Caleb Dickson, Chris Platt, Antwuan Musgrove, and Maxwell Willis as options to run in Sacramento.

Willis has also proven to be within striking distance in the 100 meters (10.21) and 200 meters (20.71), ranking 11th and 15th, respectively.

In the women’s triple jump, Alex Madlock goes to regionals ranked No. 2 in the West with a mark of 13.79m. Jalen Seals is also in the hunt in the men’s triple jump, coming in at No. 16 (15.69m).

Freshman KC Lightfoot looks to make his first appearance at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, coming in at No. 3 in the West Region pole vault rankings (5.71m). On the women’s side, Tuesdi Tidwell is ranked No. 11 in the pole vault (4.32m).

Kiana Horton is looking for one final All-America run as she enters the 400 meters ranked No. 16 in the West (52.63). She along with Aaliyah Miller, Victoria Powell, Sydney Washington, Morgan Stewart and Leticia De Souza are ranked No. 8 and will look to advance in the 4x400-meter relay, as well.

Both the men’s and women’s 4x100-meter relay teams are ranked in the top 10 coming into the weekend. Musgrove, Willis, Isaiah Cunningham, and Mark Milton will compete for the 10th-ranked men’s team, while a combination of Horton, Washington, Raven Grant, Demitra Carter, Jhane’ King, and Caira Pettway will run for the No. 9-ranked women’s team.

Live results for the NCAA West Preliminary Championships can be found at https://dt8v5llb2dwhs.cloudfront.net/West/index.htm.

BAYLOR WEST PRELIMINARY DECLARATIONS

Men

100m

11. Maxwell Willis: 10.21

42. Isaiah Cunningham: 10.42

200m

15. Maxwell Willis: 20.71

31. Isaiah Cunningham: 20.93

400m

1. Wil London: 44.93

13. Matthew Moorer: 45.97

14. Howard Fields III: 46.00

400mh

40. Antwuan Musgrove: 51.86

4x100m Relay

10. Baylor: 39.68

4x400m Relay

4. Baylor: 3:03.17

Pole Vault

3. KC Lightfoot: 5.71m

Long Jump

42. Jalen Seals: 7.47m

Triple Jump

16. Jalen Seals: 15.69m

Shot Put

28. Cole Hardan: 18.34m

Women

100m

22. Demitra Carter: 11.46

33. Sydney Washington: 11.58

200m

47. Sydney Washington: 23.81

400m

16. Kiana Horton: 52.63

24. Victoria Powell: 52.87

800m

19. Leticia De Souza: 2:05.50

27. Aaliyah Miller: 2:06.35

28. Morgan Stewart: 2:06.41

100mh

29. Kennedy Bailey: 13.44

400mh

32. Sarah Yocum: 59.40

4x100m Relay

9. Baylor: 44.35

4x400m Relay

8. Baylor: 3:32.63

High Jump

30. Alyssa Miller: 1.76m

Pole Vault

11. Tuesdi Tidwell: 4.32m

Triple Jump

2. Alex Madlock: 13.79m

Javelin

20. Megan SaxvanderWeyden: 50.21m

Discussion from...

Baylor Track & Field Heads West For NCAA Prelims

853 Views | 0 Replies | Last: 1 yr ago by SicEm365 Staff
There are not any replies to this post yet.
Refresh
Page 1 of 1
 
×
subscribe Verify your student status
See Subscription Benefits
Trial only available to users who have never subscribed or participated in a previous trial.