Central, S.C.—The NGU track teams turned in solid performances today at Southern Wesleyan posting several top three finishes in both men's and women's events.
Devin Wannamaker continued to impress this weekend, turning in two first place finishes and a 2nd place showing. Wannamaker took first in both the 100-meter and 200 meter dashes with times of 10.59 and 22.11. His third top three finish was a 2nd place finish in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 14.54.
NGU's Jordan Sumpter also turned in an impressive performance, taking home 1st in the 400-meter dash and 2nd and in the 200-meter. Sumpter also helped the NGU relay team to a 1st place finish as the team of Sumpter, Ravon Wamer, Tre Black, and Trae Bonner crossed the finish line in 3:37.
Other top three finishes for the NGU men include two first place and a third place finish for Kreig Lowe, a 1st and 3rd place finish in the pole vault for Michael Fowler and Grant Kelley, Terry Davis also had a couple first place finishes for NGU in the long and triple jump while Jacob Carr took home first in the javelin.
The NGU Women also turned in several top finishes led by Megan Goodson's first place finish in the pole vault and Zoe Engwall's 2nd place finish in the women's 1500-meter run. Anel Miranda-Smith clocked in, in 3rd place in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:06.
The team of Leah Austin, Shiobhan Fraser, Georgia Delts, and Anel Miranda-Smith raced to a 3rd place finish in the women's 4x400 relay as well as the 4x100 relay.
Tracy Oyugi earned a third place finish in the shot put for North Greenville.
This weekend's meet was the final tune up for the Crusaders before they travel to Banner Elk, North Carolina to take on the Conference Carolinas Championships.