RALEIGH, North Carolina – Setting a new school record, Jazmine Ryan broke the Peace University record in the 200m, finishing 18th in the finals with a time of 27.45.
By: Marsha Tallent
This was the first indoor meet of the season at the Mondo College Invitational. Her success well represented William Peace University’s Men’s and Women’s Track & Field team. Ryan helped set several new school records and PRs at the Invitational.
Ryan’s teammate Shawntez Mickens was the final record-breaker as she finished 16th in the 400m with a time of 1:05.22. The Pacers will continue their indoor season with the JDL Fast Track Invitational on January 23rd.
Kenneth Wilkes notched the Men’s High Jump title as he finished at the top of the leaderboard with a mark of 1.97m, setting a new school record and ranking him 16th in the country. Wilkes also broke the school record in the 400m, finishing 3rd in the finals with a time of 53.73.
Women’s 200 Meters Finals – 18th – Jazmine Ryan, (31635) (New School Record)
Women’s 400 Meters Finals – 16th – Shawntez Mickens, (27105) (New School Record)
Women’s 800 Meters Finals – 9th – Alana Morgan, (27405) (PR)
Women’s Shot Put Finals – 18th – Majesty Smith, (28376)
Men’s 200 Meters Finals – 18th – Solomon Womble (PR)
Men’s 200 Meters Finals – 31st – William Fox, (27545)
Men’s 400 Meters Finals – 3rd – Kenneth Wilkes, (28806) (New School Record)
Men’s 400 Meters Finals -11th – Andrew Bates, (39562)
Men’s 600 Meters Finals – 13th – Sean Todd, (23666)
Men’s 600 Meters Finals – 22nd – Camron Durham, (27549)
Men’s 800 Meters Finals – 17th – Daniel Steele, (30188)
Men’s 800 Meters Finals – 18th – Connor Thomas, (27502)
Men’s 800 Meters Finals – 19th – Ethan Davis, (28173)
Men’s Mile Finals – 21st – Daniel Steele, (30188)
Men’s High Jump Finals – 1st – Kenneth Wilkes, (28806) (New School Record)
Men’s Shot Put Finals – 15th – Justin Scott, (27291)
Founded in 1857, William Peace University is a regionally ranked institution in Raleigh, NC – one of U.S News’ Best Places to Live – serving almost 1,000 co-ed students in 30+ undergraduate and 10 professional programs in criminal justice, education, business administration, and more. Nestled in the heart of Raleigh’s downtown area, our culture is as vibrant as the city that surrounds it; and our students benefit from all the connection and collaboration that our central location has to offer. With supportive professors, dedicated faculty advisors, and a friendly and active student body, William Peace University students enjoy the tight-knit community of a small school, and the opportunity of a growing, flourishing city.