April 3, 2010
MOST OUTSTANDING COLLEGE TEAM
Registered nine wins during the meet
Swept the 4 x 200 relays, with the men setting a meet record and both times being world leaders
Women set a meet record in winning the 4 x 100. It was the fastest time ever by a collegiate team in the month of April
Posted individual wins by Sam Humphreys in the javelin, Zuheir Sharif in the triple jump, Natasha Ruddock in the 100 hurdles, Gabby Mayo in the women's 100 and Gerald Phiri in the men's 100
Added runner-up efforts in the men's triple jump with Tyron Stewart as well as the 100 hurdles with Vashti Thomas and Andrea Sutherland in the 400 hurdles
MOST OUTSTANDING HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
Won four events in boys Division I, including meet records in both the 4x100 and 4x200 relays
Trey Franks took the 100 meters in 10.48 to win by almost four-tenths
Phillip Jones took the 110-meter hurdles in 14.30
The team of Justin Thomas, Trey Franks, Phillip Jones and James Haynes set a meet record in the 4x100-meter relay with a time of 41.40
The team of Mark Roberts, Justin Thomas, Phillip Jones and Trey Franks set a meet record in the 4x200-meter relay with a time of 1:26.06
MOST OUTSTANDING FEMALE ATHLETE
Chelsey Sveinsson, The Greenhill School
Third consecutive Texas Relays most outstanding female athlete honor
Won the 1,600 meters and the 3,200 meters for the second year in a row
It was her third consecutive Texas Relays 1,600-meter title
Claimed the 1,600 meters in 4:51.33 despite a strong wind to win by almost nine seconds
Broke a 23-year-old state record in the 3,200 meters with a 10:07.15. That time is 15 seconds better than the nation's second-best time.
MOST OUTSTANDING MALE ATHLETE
Mark Jackson, Taylor
Won the long jump by almost a foot with a 24-8.25. That mark is the national leader by 5.25 inches.
Won the triple jump with a meet record 50-6. That mark is the second-longest jump in the nation this year behind his own season-best mark of 50-9. Those marks are almost two feet better than the next best mark.
Qualified for the final in the boy's Div. I section but decided not to compete. He had the third-fastest qualifying time in the prelims at 10.87.