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Women Indoor Track & Field Conclude Day One at Penn State

Darriale Henley was the top finisher for the Chanticleers with two top-10 finishes on day one.

Darriale Henley finished second in the long jump and eighth in the 60-meter dash

Darriale Henley finished second in the long jump and eighth in the 60-meter dash

Feb. 5, 2010

Day One Results

 

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Coastal Carolina University women’s indoor track and field team concluded the first day ranked seventh at the Sykes-Sabock Challenge Cup, hosted by Penn State February 5.  The Chanticleers concluded the first day with six top-10 finishes.  Darriale Henley was the big day one finisher for the Chants taking home two top-10 marks. 

 

Mikaela Terry got the Chants started, finishing ninth in the pentathlon with 2,679 points.  Jenna Kazmierczak finished 321 points behind Terry with 2,358 points in 11th place. 

 

In other top-10 finishes, Henley finished second with a 18’10.75” (5.76m) mark in the long jump while teammate Sierrah Oates placed fifth in the long jump after an 18’6” (5.64m) jump.  Shantelle Patterson earned the fourth top-10 finish on the day in the weight throw with a 51’1.50” (15.58m) mark. 

 

The final two top-10 finishes of day one came in the 60-meter dash in Ikeiylah Brown, who finished third with a time of 7.57, and Darriale Henley, who crossed the finish line in eighth with a time of 7.66. 

 

Mary Lawrence cleared a season-best 10’10” (3.30m) to finish tied for 17th in the pole vault, while Melissa Arango finished 15th in the long jump with a 17’6.26” (5.34m) mark.  The Chanticleers had a good showing in the weight throw from Robin Callan, who threw 48’3.25’ (14.71m), and Brittany Connor, who had a season-best throw of 48’0.50” (14.64m). 

 

In the 60-meter hurdles, the final event of the night for Coastal, Sierrah Oates was the top finisher for the Chants, finishing 13th with a time of 9.24.  Shanace Issac and Estefanie Ramirez were not far behind, crossing the finish line in 18th and 19th, respectively. 

 

The Chanticleers wrap up the Syles-Sabock Challenge Cup tomorrow with the high jump slated to begin at 11 a.m.