|Red Wolves Complete Action At Vandy Invitational|
NASHVILLE (4/21/12) - The Arkansas State track & field teams completed action at the Vandy Invitational Saturday posting 15 top 10 finishes during day two action.
Allyson Perry was second overall and first among collegiate competitors in the 400 hurdles posting a time of 1:02.40. Kelsy Bean also ran well finishing ninth in the same event at 1:05.37.
Corwin Pace led four ASU discus throwers to top 10 finishes, with a throw of 51.15m, which was good enough for second in the event. Tyler Lingo was fourth at 48.44 followed by Chris Nicasio in fifth at 47.49 and Thomas Ligon in seventh at 46.71. Nicasio picked up a fourth place finish in the men's hammer while Richard Chavez was seventh at 51.17.
Julia Agawu posted two top five finishes during day two action finishing fourth overall and third among collegiate competitors at 47.90m in the Discus and placing fifth overall and third amongst collegians in the hammer throw at 51.17m.
Solomon Williams finished fourth in the men's 110 hurdles with a time of 14.87 while William Oliver was ninth at 15.19. In the women's 110 hurdles, Kanesha Hicks was ninth at 14.84.
Charlie Stander finished eighth in the men's 100 meter run at 11.01 and Greg Phillips was ninth in the 400 hurdles at 55.92.
Late Friday night, Kristina Aubert broke the Arkansas State record in the women's 5K at the Mount Sac Relays finishing 22nd in her heat at 17:14.51.