Redhawks shine individually in Indiana
Southeast took home three individual titles Saturday, Feb. 1, in the Purdue University Fred Wilt Open at the Lambert Fieldhouse in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Junior Danielle Mohrman won the mile race with a time of 5 minutes, 14.76 seconds. Junior Titouan Sajous won his third high jump title this season with a mark of 6 feet, 5 inches
The Redhawks controlled the men's weight throw with sophomore Logan Bloomquist winning his first weight throw title of the season with a personal best 62-9.5, which ranks second in the OVC this indoor season. Junior Stephen Zagurski posted third in the weight throw with 59-3.50.
Junior Anya Tonga led the way for the Redhawk women in both of the throwing events. Tonga finished fourth in weight throw (59-7.75) and third (45-1.00) in the shot put.
Junior Stephen Zagurski posted third in the menís weight throw with a toss of 59-3.50.
The Redhawks had two runners finish inside the top three in the 800 meters with freshman Claire Morrill (2:19) finishing runner-up on the women's side, and freshman Keaton Jones finishing third on the men's side with a personal-best mark of 1:55.
Junior Curtis Reed took home third (8:59.68) in the menís 3,000 meters, as freshman Chris Durr finished in fourth (9:02.79). Freshman Trevor Falco ran a career-best time of 9:20.26 and finished in seventh.
Freshman Lauryn James placed fifth in the womenís 60 meters with a 7.86 in the finals. Senior Haile Wilson clocked 6.90 to finish sixth overall in the men's race.
Freshman Aliyah Sangster finished sixth in the women's 200-meter dash with a time of 25.86, as senior Georgia Tomlinson finished ninth with a time of 26.13. On the men's side, freshman Colin Schwab finished third with a time of 22.92.
Tomlinson clocked 59.90 to finish fifth in the 400, just one spot above Sangster in sixth with a time of 1:00.03.
Three Redhawks finished inside the top six in the men's 400-meter dash. Senior Brandon Chunn finished runner-up (51.25), as freshman Colin Schwab (51.71) and Bryce Pease (52.19) finished fourth and sixth respectively.
The Redhawks will return to work in Bloomington, Indiana, Friday, Feb. 8 as they compete in the Hoosier Hills Invitational.