Maxwell, Gerber take first in events; track, field succeed at Conway meet

Senior Amos Gerber won the men’s 10,000-meter with a time of 31:37.19 and senior Takisha Maxwell won the women’s 100- and 200-meter at the University of Central Arkansas Open at the Bill Stephens Track and Soccer Complex last weekend.

Maxwell won the 100-meter with a time of 11.71 and had a time of 24.17 in the 200.

Gerber also finished fifth in the 1,500-meter (4:02.48).

Junior Khadijah Smith finished second in the 400-meter (56.21 seconds), while freshman Marine Lecart finished third in the 800-meter (2:14.74).

Senior Kayla Nehus finished second in the 1,500-meter (4:44.74) and freshman Brigette Caruthers was third in the 5,000-meter.

Freshman Jean-Neka Black placed third in the 100 meter hurdles (14.42) and seventh in the 400 hurdles (1:05.60).

Sophomore Sophie Clauss earned a third place finish in the 3,000-meter Steeple Chase with a time of 12:26.41.

Freshman Briana Stuepfert and sophomore Cassandra Rosas followed in sixth and seventh place with times of 12:57.04 and 12:02.70, respectively.

Junior Tyaniah Cash, freshman Tiauana Jefferson, senior Anilah Bashir and Maxwell finished second in the women’s 4×100 meter relay with a time of 46.29.

The 4×400 team finished fourth with a time of 3:55.47.

Freshman Fulani Petties placed second in the women’s high jump with a distance of 1.67 meters.

Sophomore Roy Lowery finished 11th in the men’s 100-meter with a time 10.95 seconds.

Freshman Ethan Bly finished eigth in the men’s 200 with a time of 22.06 seconds.

Freshman Nicholas Holt finished with a time 22.14 in the men’s 200 with a time of 22.14 and Lowery finished 11th with a time of 22.21.

Junior Chance Tanner finished third in a time of 47.48 in the men’s 400-meter.

Freshman Trevon Boyd finished sixth in the men’s 400 with a score of 48.23 seconds.

Junior Kelton Ray finished 11th in the men’s 400-meter with a time of 49.08 seconds.

Ray said the both teams did well at the event.

“The teams performed well,” he said. “There were a few people who recorded personal bests in their respective events.”

Sophomore Corentin Louis and junior Connor Ryan finished sixth and seventh, respectively, with times of 1:54.72 and 1:54.75.

Gerber finished fifth in the men’s 1,500-meter with a time of 4:02.48.

Junior Jonathan Burgess placed second in the the men’s 5,000-meter with a time of 14:56.92.

Four UCA runners finished in the top five in the men’s 10,000.

The men’s 4×400 meters relay team of Boyd, Ray, junior Dustie Smith and Tanner finished third with a time of 3:09.79.

Freshman Alex Miles, junior Travis Nagle and senior Trey Carter finished eighth, ninth and tenth, respectively, in the men’s pole vault with distances of 4.26 meters for eighth and ninth place and 4.11 meters for tenth place.

Sophomore Anthony Faris- King placed second in the men’s long jump with a distance of 7.06 meters.

Faris-King finished fourth in the men’s triple jump with a distance of 13.68 meters.

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