Relays Notes- Day Three
April 8, 2011
-USC's Nia Ali runs an American leading time of 13.00 to lead qualifying in the 100 hurdles.
-Texas A&M's Dominique Duncan ran the fastest women's 100 meters in the world this season, under all-conditions, with a wind-aided 11.05 in qualifying.
-Florida State's Ngonidzashe Makusha produced the longest long jump in the world, under any conditions, with a wind-aided 27-6 ¾ (8.40).
-Texas A&M lowered its collegiate leading time in the 4 x 400 to 3:31.94 with anchor leg Jessica Beard splitting 49.6 seconds.
-BYU's Leif Arrhenius, the NCAA Indoor shot put champion, wins the discus with the second best collegiate throw of the year, 199-4 (60.75). He is the first BYU athlete to win the Texas Relays discus in 20 years. The 1991 BYU winner was Brent Patera (185-8).
-Georgetown High School boys defend their 2010 4x800m relay title while San Antonio Brandeis wins its first girls title in the event.
-In the High School Boys 100m prelims Bradley Sylve of South Plaquemines ran the eighth fastest time in the world this outdoor season with a 10.18 (3.9 wind) to lead qualifying. -The meet record in the boys 100 at the Texas Relays is a 10.18 (wind legal) set in 1985 by Roy Martin of Dallas Roosevelt.
- Morgann Leleux of Catholic HS in New Iberia sets a Texas Relays HS pole vault meet record with a clearance of 13-5 (4.08) bettering the 13-4 of fellow Louisiana prep Rachel Laurent (Vanderbilt Catholic) set in 2007.