Coastal Carolina Track and Field Wrap-up Gamecock Invite
Columbia, S.C. - The Coastal Carolina men’s and women’s track and field team competed in the Gamecock Invitational, Saturday, in Columbia, looking to build momentum towards their first Sun Belt Championship meet.
In the field events, Robert Castellani took fourth in the javelin throwing for a distance of 58.55m (192’ one and one-half inch).
In the hammer throw, Kieran Moore threw 50.98m (167’ three and a quarter inches) to place sixth.
In the track events, Therius Styles, setting a Chanticleer school record, finished sixth in the 200m with a time of 21.03 and the 27th fastest time in NCAA East Region.
Josh Small finished fourth in the 5000m running it in 16:01.78.
In the 400m hurdles Jerome Coaxum Jr. finished with 52.12, 18th in the NCAA East Region, to place him fifth and Jennings 52.55 put him in seventh.
Limehouse, Styles, Tre Stanley and Coaxum, in the 4x100m relay, finished in seventh with 40.46, a time that moved them to the top of the Sun Belt.
Coaxum, Stanley, Jennings and Braylon Wilkerson ran the 4x400m relay in 3:13.73 to finish fifth.
In the field events, Kelsey Briggs distance of 5.37m (17’ seven and one-half inches) placed her in tenth.
Emma Kroger got a height of 3.60m (11’ nine and three-quarters inches) in the pole vault, and Elizabeth Allard reached 3.40m (11’ one and three-quarters inch) for third and fifth respectively.
In the track events, Lisha Van Onselen finished seventh in the 1500m with a time 4:46.47.
In the 400m hurdles, Hesmari Coetzee finished second with her time of 59.25, the fastest time in the Sun Belt and 24th fastest in the NCAA East Region.
In the 3000m steeplechase, Alesia Muklebust placed second with her time of 11:35.33.