Trio of Bison track and field athletes compete at NCAA East Preliminaries

Trio of Bison track and field athletes compete at NCAA ...

Trio of Bison track and field athletes compete at NCAA East Preliminaries

The Lipscomb track and field team continued an excellent season this past week with three Bisons competing at the NCAA East Preliminaries.

Junior Gemikal Prude and sophomores Colin Dempster and Madi Talbert traveled to Jacksonville for a chance to earn a spot in the NCAA Outdoor Finals.

On Thursday, junior Colin Dempster set a new school record in the 400 meters with a time of 47.23 seconds. Dempster broke his own school record of 47.29 which he set during the Atlantic Sun Championships. Although he broke the school record, Dempster did not qualify for the NCAA Finals.

Friday saw Talbert finish fourth in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 10:08.21, good enough to send her to her second straight NCAA Outdoor Finals. Her time set a new school record as well.

Prude, no stranger to national competition, became the second Bison to qualify for the Outdoor Finals on Saturday with an eighth place finish in the high jump thanks to a 2.14 mark.

Prude and Talbert will be heading to Eugene, Oregon for Nationals, which will take place from June 11-14.

Categorized | Bison News, News, Sports, Track

This post was written by:

- who has written 71 posts on Lumination Network.


Contact the author