Ooh! Ooh! I beat PRay to it!
UH T&F heads northwest for Charlie Thomas Invitational (at Collie Station) - Coog men take 1st for 1st time ever in College Station
You got me
I was exhausted after the game last night and had grocery shopping and a doctor’s appointment today. Appreciate the assistance.
This should be a good meet as a lot of the top Coogs are in action against good competition:
|Athlete||Bib||Affiliation||Class||Individual Events Entered|
|ADAMS Ariele||148||Houston||SO||Women 60 Meter Dash Women 200 Meter Dash|
|ADEJOKUN Priscilla||149||Houston||SO||Women Shot Put Women Weight|
|ADEYEMI Tonia||150||Houston||FR||Women 200 Meter Dash Women 60 Meter Hurdles|
|BETHEL Brianne||152||Houston||JR||Women 60 Meter Dash|
|CASTLEBERRY Madeline||155||Houston||FR||Women 5000 Meter Run|
|DEROUEN Megan||157||Houston||FR||Women 1 Mile Run|
|DERROW Erin||158||Houston||JR||Women 200 Meter Dash|
|DUNLAP Jennifer||159||Houston||SR||Women 1 Mile Run|
|GONZALES Britani||162||Houston||SR||Women 1 Mile Run|
|HAWKINS Birexus||164||Houston||SO||Women 400 Meter Dash|
|HENDERSON Justice||166||Houston||JR||Women 60 Meter Dash|
|LEAL Cassie||171||Houston||JR||Women 60 Meter Hurdles Women High Jump|
|LOBODZINSKI Regan||172||Houston||FR||Women 5000 Meter Run|
|LUCE Reagan||173||Houston||FR||Women 60 Meter Hurdles Women High Jump|
|MARTIN Mikaila||174||Houston||JR||Women Weight|
|MORGADO Emely||176||Houston||SR||Women 5000 Meter Run|
|OCHIAM Whitney||180||Houston||SO||Women 200 Meter Dash Women 60 Meter Hurdles|
|SAMPLE Essance||188||Houston||SO||Women 60 Meter Dash Women 200 Meter Dash|
|SAMUELS Samiyah||189||Houston||JR||Women 60 Meter Dash|
|SANTOS Claudia||190||Houston||JR||Women 1 Mile Run|
|SCAIFE Taylor||191||Houston||JR||Women Weight|
|SCHNEIDER Jahnavi||192||Houston||SR||Women 5000 Meter Run|
|SEYMOUR Ashley||193||Houston||FR||Women 60 Meter Dash|
|SIDE Payge||194||Houston||FR||Women 400 Meter Dash|
|SORENSEN Meredith||196||Houston||SR||Women 1 Mile Run Women 3000 Meter Run|
|TALBOT Alisi||197||Houston||FR||Women 800 Meter Run|
|TAMAYO-GARZA Cecila||198||Houston||FR||Women 200 Meter Dash|
|TAYLOR Mycah||199||Houston||FR||Women Triple Jump|
|TAYLOR Naomi||200||Houston||SO||Women 200 Meter Dash Women 60 Meter Hurdles|
|TILFORD-RUTHERFORD Jazmyn||201||Houston||JR||Women Triple Jump|
|WAGUE Hawa||203||Houston||SO||Women 60 Meter Hurdles Women High Jump|
|Athlete||Bib||Affiliation||Class||Individual Events Entered|
|ADAMS Brandon||208||Houston||FR||Men 400 Meter Dash|
|ALEXANDER Nicholas||210||Houston||SO||Men 60 Meter Dash|
|ARMIJO Gabe||211||Houston||FR||Men 5000 Meter Run|
|BOOKER Jordan||214||Houston||FR||Men 60 Meter Dash Men 200 Meter Dash|
|BURKE Mario||215||Houston||SR||Men 60 Meter Dash|
|COLLINS Travis||216||Houston||JR||Men 60 Meter Dash|
|FAHEY Devin||217||Houston||SO||Men 5000 Meter Run|
|FERNANDES Nicholas||218||Houston||SO||Men 1 Mile Run Men 3000 Meter Run|
|GEORGE Colin||219||Houston||JR||Men High Jump|
|GIBBONS Triston||220||Houston||FR||Men Shot Put|
|GILMORE Christian||221||Houston||FR||Men 800 Meter Run|
|HAMILTON Nicholas||223||Houston||JR||Men 800 Meter Run|
|HOLT Jermaine||224||Houston||JR||Men 400 Meter Dash|
|HURD Aaron||226||Houston||SR||Men 800 Meter Run|
|IGBOKWE Obi||227||Houston||SR||Men 200 Meter Dash|
|JEFFERSON Trumaine||228||Houston||SR||Men 60 Meter Dash|
|JORDAN Quivell||229||Houston||SO||Men 60 Meter Hurdles|
|LATTIN Amere||230||Houston||SR||Men 60 Meter Dash Men 400 Meter Dash|
|LAVERTY Cameron||231||Houston||SR||Men 800 Meter Run|
|LEWIS Frederick||232||Houston||FR||Men 400 Meter Dash|
|LEWIS III John||233||Houston||SR||Men 60 Meter Dash Men 200 Meter Dash|
|MCDONALD Trenton||235||Houston||SO||Men 60 Meter Dash Men 200 Meter Dash|
|MCQUIRTER Lagarious||236||Houston||FR||Men 60 Meter Dash|
|MONTGOMERY Kahmari||238||Houston||SR||Men 200 Meter Dash|
|OUTING Naaman||239||Houston||SO||Men 400 Meter Dash|
|PERCEFULL Ben||240||Houston||SO||Men Pole Vault|
|PERRY David||241||Houston||FR||Men Shot Put|
|REYNA Gerardo||244||Houston||SR||Men 5000 Meter Run|
|RIVERA Brendon||245||Houston||JR||Men High Jump|
|SMITH Jais||247||Houston||FR||Men 60 Meter Dash Men 200 Meter Dash|
|SMITH Zion||248||Houston||FR||Men 800 Meter Run|
|SUMLER IV Edward||249||Houston||FR||Men 60 Meter Dash Men 200 Meter Dash|
|VALENCIA Felipe||250||Houston||SR||Men Shot Put|
|VALLEJO Devin||251||Houston||FR||Men 1 Mile Run|
|WARE Terence||252||Houston||JR||Men 60 Meter Dash|
|WILSON Devion||254||Houston||FR||Men 200 Meter Dash Men 60 Meter Hurdles|
|WOTE Jemal||255||Houston||FR||Men 5000 Meter Run|
|BURRELL Cameron||257||Nike/Red Bull||Men 60 Meter Dash OD|
|COLLINS Leshon||516||Team Perfect Method||Men 60 Meter Dash OD|
Live results for the weekend can be found here.
Schneider completed the 25-lap race in a time of 17:33.93 to move up to No. 3 on the Houston women’s all-time chart for the event. With Schneider’s mark Friday, the top-three marks in Houston’s history in the event have all come in the last three years.
Live results for the weekend can be found here .
In addition to the Charlie Thomas Invitational, a small contingent of Houston athletes will also compete in the FasTrack Collegiate Open on Saturday, inside Yeoman Fieldhouse on the University of Houston campus. Live results for the event can be found here .
Looks like some good results so far. I don’t know what it is, but I can’t really get into indoor track. Idk, running is just supposed to be done outside.
Wow. 5 of the 8 qualifiers are Coogs !
Coogs men wins!
Wow, impressive feat. It’s not like it just opened this season, the Gilliam Indoor Track facility opened in January 2009.
I saw a quote from A&M coach that they held out some of their top talent… Sounded like an excuse to me.
Houston did not bring all of their team, nor all their talent
A 400-meter dash specialist, Montgomery stepped down in the 200-meter dash to work on his speed and on Saturday, he did just that. Montgomery raced one lap around the track in a time of 20.63, the second-fastest time in Houston history to win the event. The time is the fastest in The American Athletic Conference this season and is No. 4 nationally.
Not to be outdone, Obi Igbokwe finished just behind Montgomery with a PR of 20.66 to stake claim to third on the Houston all-time 200 list, No. 2 in The American and No. 5 in the nation.
Taylor claimed Houston’s first win of the day, clocking 8.40 in the finals of the 60-meter hurdles, dipping at the line to claim the win. Whitney Ochiam ran a PR of 8.58 in the event to finish fifth and move up to No. 7 on The American’s performance list.
Houston swept the top-two spots of the men’s 60-meter dash as Burke raced down the track in a time of 6.69 followed by Travis Collins in a time of 6.74. The time places Collins No. 4 in The American as #HTownSpeedCity controls five of the top six spots in the event in the conference.
The two were part of five Houston runners in the eight-man final as Nicholas Alexander was fourth with a time of 6.78 and Terence Ware was sixth in 6.85. Freshman Edward Sumler IV closed out the group with a seventh-place finish in a time of 6.87.
Houston flexed its muscles in a middle distance race as Laverty claimed a win in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:51.18. The time was less than a second of Laverty’s season best of 1:50.38, a time that leads The American.
Scaife remained undefeated in the weight throw this season, picking up her fourth win of the year in wire-to-wire fashion. Scaife, who entered the weekend ranked No. 2 nationally, launched her winning throw of 65-4.00 (19.91) on her first attempt.
Amere Lattin finished second in the 400-meter dash on Saturday but clocked a PR of 46.91, the fifth-fastest time in Houston history, in doing so. The time move Lattin to No. 2 in The American and No. 20 in the NCAA.
He was joined on the podium in the event by Jermaine Holt, who completed the two-lap race in a personal-best time of 47.28 to take third and move to No. 4 in The American.
Outside of the oval, Felipe Valencia took second in the men’s shot put with a throw of 60-3.75 (18.38), just a quarter-inch off his top throw this season, which ranks No. 1 in The American.
In the men’s 60-meter hurdles, freshman Devion Wilson clocked a PR of 7.95 to finish third Saturday and move to No. 2 on The American’s performance list. Jordan took fifth with a time of 8.05.
Brianne Bethel finished sixth in the 60-meter dash with a time of 7.46 while Ashley Seymour took eighth with a time of 7.60. Seymour advanced to the finals after clocking a PR of 7.54 in the event’s prelims while Bethel also advanced on time, running 7.47.
While Birexus Hawkins finished seventh Saturday in the 400-meter dash, the sophomore jumped up to No. 2 on The American’s performance list with a time of 54.96.
The women’s mile saw Jennifer Dunlap finish fifth with a season-best time of 4:56.88 to move up to No. 8 on The American’s performance list.
In addition to the Charlie Thomas Invitational, a small contingent of Houston athletes competed in the FasTrack Collegiate Open on Saturday. The group was led by Phedenia George-Mosbey, who won the women’s long jump with a mark 18-3.25 (5.57), and Sarah Howe who won the women’s pole vault with a clearance of 10-11.75 (3.35).
200m race with Montgomery and Igbokwe. We’ll see these two continue to go at it all year to the Championships
Some national ranks after the meet: