SALEM, Va. – The Shenandoah University men's and women's indoor track & field teams had a combined six top-10 finishes Saturday afternoon at the season opening Best-Cregger Invitational hosted by Roanoke College.
Sophomore Beatrice Maku had a school record in the 300-meter dash, ripping off a 45.74 to finish seventh to set the new program-best.
Jason White had the best finish of the day, fourth in the triple jump, and was also ninth in the long jump at 6:33 meters.
His 13.17 meter leap on his second attempt in the triple jump was good enough for that fourth place showing.
Elijah Morton rounded out the men's top 10s with a ninth place finish in the 60-meter dash. He had a 7.23 seconds in winning his heat.
Mack had a 2:42.65 in the 800 and Smith an 11:03.71 in the 3K.
Shenandoah is now off for final exams and semester break. The Hornets return to action January 12 and 13 at the East Tennessee State Opener.