Chanticleers Wrap Up the ETSU Invitational; Briggs Wins Long Jump
Johnson City, Tenn. - The Coastal Carolina women’s indoor track and field team wrapped up the final day of competition of the ETSU Invitational in Johnson City on Saturday. Kelsey Briggs wins the long jump competition with a USA top 10 mark.
The field events for the final day of competition included the pole vault, long jump and the shot put.
Lizzie Allard placed 11th in the pole vault by clearing the 3.25m (10’ 8”).
The Chanticleers Briggs landed a distance of 5.83m (19’ 1.50”) to place first in the long jump, Carina Frey followed in seventh place with her jump of 5.49m (18’ 0.25”) and Erica Evans finished in 12th by jumping 5.29m (17’ 4.25”).
Frey, Briggs, and Karissa Lunn finished sixth, seventh, and eighth in the 60m dash with their times of 7.87, 7.89 and 7.92 respectively.
Anacia Hines improved her qualifying time by 0.11 seconds, yet finished in fifth in the 60m hurdles.
The finals of the 400m saw Tiffany Harris finish in fourth with her time of 59.21.
Coastal Carolina will next be in action January 19-20, when they compete in the Keydet Invitational, as they travel to Lexington, Va.
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