Tom Tellez Invitational - May 3rd


(Patrick) #1

From the email I received from UH T&F

Houston will host its final meet of the outdoor season this Friday, May 3. Action at the event is slated to begin with field events at 1 PM and running events beginning at 5:45 PM.

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* Parking will be available in Lot 15H. Click HERE for a map of Lot 15H.
* Please enter the meet through the gates next to the outdoor track and check in at the ticketing table.



(shharper01) #2

After this meet it’s the AAC outdoor championships in Wichita.


(Patrick) #3

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(Patrick) #4

Hope they get this in today, but a lot of rain in the area


(Timothy Q. Chan) #5

Just got our first shower here at my house, a few miles south of campus. Just enough to get the concrete wet, then stopped.

Radar shows a dry spot lining up with central Houston, maybe we’ll get lucky (although I need the rain).


(Patrick) #6

The Cougars started off the day in the field, as Nora Monie who was competing unattached, claimed a first-place finish in the women’s shot put with a mark of 51.00 (15.54m).
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In the javelin, the Cougars would take the top two spots as Hawa Wague finished in first-place with a mark of 86-5.00 (26.34m) and Kelsey Mussio closed out the event with a mark of and 59-1.00 (18.00m).
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Priscilla Adejokun continues to have a stellar outdoor season for the Cougars claiming a second-place finish in the women’s hammer throw with a mark of 188-4.00 (57.40m). The sophomore continued to have a great outing as she came in third in the women’s shot put with a mark of 46-10.25 (14.28m).
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Senior Phedenia George-Mosbey led the Cougars in the women’s long jump taking home third-place in the with a mark of 18-2.50 (5.55m).
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The women’s 4x100-meter squad comprised of Samiyah Samuels, Cecilia Tamayo-Garza, Justice Henderson and Essance Sample ran to a first-place finish in the event at 44.64.
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Whitney Ochiam would notch a podium finish in the 100-meter hurdles, taking second-place at 14.64.
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The Cougars took third-place in the women’s discus, behind a top finish from Nora Monie who was competing unattached with a throw of 174-06 (53.18) Ryan Pickering finished in third-place with a throw of 151-01 (53.18).
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Kristin Powell concluded her final collegiate home meet with a top finish in the women’s 3000-meter steeplechase. Powell finished the race with a time of 12:29.41.


(Patrick) #7

Lagarious Mcquirter would secure a second-place in the men’s long jump, his best attempt coming on his second try where he posted a mark of 25-4.50 (7.73m).
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Blake Contreras closed out his final collegiate home meet with a first-place finish in the 1500-meter run, leading the field by eight seconds and finishing with a lifetime best time of 3:52.48. Following close behind in second-place was Christian Gilmore making his debut in the 1500-meter run and finishing at 4:00.89.
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In the high jump, Brendon Rivera cruised to a top finish with a mark of 6-08.75 (2.05)
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In the hurdles, Amere Lattin would lead the charge on the men’s side with a third-place finish at 13.73.
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A pair of Cougars would take second and third-place in the men’s 400-meter dash, led by Tyrell Valentine in second-place at 48.03, followed by Naaman Outing at 48.44.
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With a wind-aided time of 10.21 Nicholas Alexander cruised into second-place in the 100-meter dash.
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Cameron Laverty scorched the track in his 800-meter dash, closing out his final collegiate home meet at 1:51.19 for first-place.
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Triston Gibbons wins the men’s discus with a throw of 172-01 (52.46) and was followed up by a third-place finish from David Perrywith a throw of 150-03 (45.81).
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In the final race of the day, the men’s 4x400-meter relay squad made up of Thomas Alcorn, Devion Wilson, Kenneth Pree and Brandon Adams took first-place at 3:15.52.


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(Cougarpad) #13

I was at the softball game last Friday and alming by the track with the event going on I noticed the three canopy tents up on the grandstand for the tracl complex as a press box. That looks so bush league and third rate. How does a major athletic program with the pedigree in track not even have a press box in their facility? I wouldnt think it would cost that much to install a real press box on top of the bleachers. The facility also needs its own concession and restroom facilities for fans. UH is probably missing out on hosting alot more college and amatuer track events because of these missing facilities in the track complex.