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Courtesy: Ted Mase
Bulls Shine at Home on Friday

By TOM ZEBOLD

USF Senior Writer

TAMPA - USF really enjoys competing at home and the results proved it Friday.

The Bulls posted 16 event winners and 39 top three finishes while hosting the USF Collegiate Invitational with Cincinnati and North Florida in attendance at USF track and field stadium.

"It was a great day to have a track and field competition," USF head coach Warren Bye said.

USF's individual event winners were Dariel Jackson (women's 200), Rachael James (400), Allie Prendergast (1,500), Rachel Etienne (400), Tralonda Todd (triple jump), Atasha Warren (discus, hammer), Pascal Orelus (men's 400), Phillip Wise (1,500), Chase Meyers (high jump), Wyatt Metzger (pole vault), Brian Kilts (long jump) and Big East male field athlete of the week Jared Thomas (hammer).

"We had huge PRs in the field events today and especially the throwing events," Bye noted.

Among other USF highlights were Kayvon Webster's second-place time of 10.50 seconds in the men's 100 meters and David Aristil's time of 14.32 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles that put him into second place.

Webster competed shortly after he completed his primary duties as one of USF's cornerbacks in the Bulls' first spring football scrimmage just a few hundred yards away from the track and field stadium. Aristil ran the hurdles for the first time this year since coming back from an injury.

The meet served as a tune-up for the Big East Outdoor Championships that will be held at USF on May 4-6. Friday's event also was a step out of the norm for many Bulls, who took a break from their top events and focused on secondary ones thanks to a small group of schools competing.

The next event on USF's schedule is the LSU Alumni Gold meet April 20-21 in Baton Rouge, La., before the Bulls get back to Tampa to host the conference meet.

"That will give us a couple of weeks to get finely tuned, get rested up a little bit and get back on the track at LSU, which is a great place to compete," Bye said.

 

Bulls' Finishers at USF Collegiate Invitational
Women's 100

2. Monique Williams, 11.69
6. Shambrey Oliver, 12.12
7. Miriam Skipper, 12.14
Women's 200
1. Dariel Jackson, 23.67
3. Rachael James, 23.89
4. Melissa Teape, 24.04
5. Christine Poole-Trice, 24.42
10. Ashanti Stewart, 24.88
11. Miriam Skipper, 25.06
14. Triona Roberts, 25.71
17. Nichelle Taylor, 28.98
18. Ashley Adams, 29.41
Women's 400
1. Rachael James, 54.10
2. Christine Poole-Trice, 56.55
4. Ashanti Stewart, 56.90
6. Triona Roberts, 59.20
7. Nichelle Taylor, 1:08.85
Women's 800
2. Yasmin Smith, 2:08.88
3. Kelli Williams, 2:13.96
6. Christine Johnston, 2:23.60
Women's 1,500
1. Allie Prendergast, 4:30.67
2. Shaniel Chambers, 4:42.11
4. Devin Spoerle, 4:49.58
5. Abby Ritter, 4:52.24
8. Monique Konstantinovic, 5:20.69
11. Jessie Prendergast, 5:54.72
Women's 100 hurdles
3. Ena Johnson, 14.09
4. Rachel Klinger, 14.60
5. Samantha McCan, 14.86
6. Lindsay Arnold, 14.88
8. Alex Ware, 15.02
10. Shannon Gordon, 15.90
Women's 400 hurdles
1. Rachel Etienne, 1:02.25
3. Ena Johnson, 1:03.16
6. Robyn Oakley, 1:04.66
8. Samantha McCan, 1:05.47
9. Shannon Gordon, 1:06.68
Women's 4x100
1. Tralonda Todd, Monique Williams, Melissa Teape, Dariel Jackson, 46.61
Women's 4x400
2. Melissa Teape, Rachael James, Shaniel Chambers, Christine Poole-Trice, 3:44.02
Women's high jump
2. Courtney Anderson, 5' 8"
4. Paige Cooke, 5' 4.25"
4. Alex Rosenberger, 5' 4.25"
Women's pole vault
2. Nicole Smith, 12' 9.50"
5. Melissa Wilson, 12' 1.50"
8. Mallory Johnson, 11' 9.75"
9. Brittany London, 11' 5.75"
9. Carissa Leonardi, 11' 5.75"
Women's long jump
3. Miriam Skipper, 18' 7.25"
4. Rachel Klinger, 18' 6.50"
5. Rachel Etienne, 18' 6"
7. Tralonda Todd, 18' 1.75"
8. Samantha Specht, 17' 10.25"
10. Alex Ware, 17' 7.50"
11. Marqueshia Stallworth, 17' 5.50"
16. Lindsay Arnold, 16' 1.50"
Women's triple jump
1. Tralonda Todd, 39' 3.25"
Women's shot put
2. Hannah Gospodinsky, 43' 10"
5. Lindsay Arnold, 35' ½"
6. Rachel Klinger, 34' 1.50"
Women's discus
1. Atasha Warren, 160'
4. Hannah Gospodinsky, 144' 1"
5. Sarah Canter, 138' 8"
6. Shelly Dulman, 118' 11"
Women's hammer throw
1. Atasha Warren, 170' 11"
7. Hannah Gospodinsky, 131' 5"
8. Kahmalia-Kalee Sada, 118' 1"
Women's javelin
2. Sarah Canter, 130' 11"
4. Shelly Dulman, 121' 11"
5. Alex Ware, 103' 2"
6. Lindsay Arnold, 101' 4"

Men's 100
2. Kayvon Webster, 10.50
Men's 200
2. Landon Hargrove, 22.12
6. Richard Jean-Baptiste, 23.21
Men's 400
1. Pascal Orelus, 47.69
3. Reshaw Exilien, 49.35
4. Franklin Mosely, 49.60
Men's 800
5. Bryan Hilgar, 1:55.83
6. David Aristil, 1:56.54
Men's 1,500
1. Phillip Wise, 3:55.26
Men's 110 hurdles
2. David Aristil, 14.32
4. Landon Hargrove, 14.43
6. Richard Jean-Baptiste, 15.17
8. Camilo Calderon, 15.84
Men's 4x100
1. Neamen Wise, Kayvon Webster, Derek Messmore, Landon Hargrove, 41.67
Men's 4x400
1. David Aristil, Pascal Orelus, Franklin Mosely, Reshaw Exilien, 3:15.87
Men's high jump
1. Chase Meyers, 6' 8.75"
2. Brian Kilts, 6' 6"
3. Giscard Petion, 6' 4"
Men's pole vault
1. Wyatt Metzger, 16' ¾"
2. Drew Volz, 16' ¾"
4. Brian Baird, 15' 7.25"
6. Eddie Galan, 15'
Men's long jump
1. Brian Kilts, 22' 11"
3. Shane Lewis, 21' 5.50"
Men's shot put
2. Justin Osking, 50' 9.50"
3. Marcus Hicks, 48' 8"
Men's discus
3. Justin Osking, 165' 3"
Men's hammer throw
1. Jared Thomas, 176' 8"

 




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