PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas. – The Mississippi Valley State University men and women’s track programs saw four separate Delta Devils score as well as two Devilettes with the men placing above Alcorn in the final standings.
Kiion Smith registered a pair of top-eight finishes to conclude his time at MVSU, setting a personal-record in the discus with a distance of 48.26m to win the bronze while also claiming eighth for his shot-put toss of 13.70 meters.
Desmond Ferrell placed seventh for his personal-low time of 14.75 and Jacob Bell sprinted into the number eight slot during the 400 hurdles at 54.98 seconds.
Field personal-records that came crashing down included Kenneth Martin’s 6.94m long jump, Terry Edwards’ 30.33m discus, Jabarii Coleman’s 14.41m triple jump, and Calvin Adolph II’s 42.39m javelin toss plus Elijah Edney’s 800m on the track (1:58.16).
Darrione Joseph finished the season just as strong as she started, earning her second silver medal in as many championship events with a 14.04-second 100 hurdles.
Fellow freshman Carrie Snipes was the only other Green and White female to dent the scoreboard with an eighth-place allotment in the long jump for a personal-best 5.54 meters. She also set a PR in the triple jump as well, leaping 11.59 meters.
Michaela Brown set a pair of personal-far distances regarding both the discus (35.81m) and javelin (28.47m), Tremaijá Neal sent the spear-shaped javelin a personal-long 26.54m, on top of Chanelle Houston closing her Mississippi Valley career with a new personal-low mark of 1:05.14 in the 400 hurdles.
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