Campbell Track and Field hosted their first and only home meet of the season – soaring to new heights in the Campbell Invitational.
First and foremost, Davian Rhodes set a PR in the high jump, moving inside the top-25 rankings in the nation following this massive leap.
— Campbell Track & XC (@GoCamelsRun) April 17, 2016
Then Sabina Allen, the reigning Big South Conference champion, set her own PR as well, moving inside the top-1o regional rankings in the Triple Jump.
— Campbell Athletics (@GoCamels) April 16, 2016
Meanwhile, fans can check out the entire action as four competitors – including Big South Indoor Female Athlete of the Year Lilla Juhasz (100-m Hurdles) and Tatiana Wolfe (400-m Hurdles) now place inside the top-25 regional rankings overall.
— Big South XCTF (@BigSouthXCTF) April 16, 2016
Those were just some of the records broken this past weekend in Buies Creek as the Fighting Camels performed well at the Campbell Invitational. The Fighting Camels return to the track on next weekend at the UVA Challenge in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Three personal bests and one school record today at the Campbell Invitational! pic.twitter.com/S4vke5BRrm
— Campbell Track & XC (@GoCamelsRun) April 16, 2016
Make sure to follow @GoCamelsRun on both Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates on the Running Camels pursuit of records before the Big South Outdoor Championships on May 10-11 in Lynchgburg, Virginia at the campus of Liberty University.