Ashlee Abraham took first place in the 60m.
Jan. 19, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State women’s track and field team wrapped up competition today at the Gladstein Invitational. The Friday/Saturday event took place in Bloomington, Ind.
For full results visit http://www.tfrrs.org/results/26728.html.
Here’s an event-by-event breakdown of the Buckeyes’ top performers this weekend:
Linton and Alexandria Johnson finished 1-2 overall with times of 8.47 and 8.55 seconds respectively.
Finishing with a time of 24.20 seconds, Aisha Cavins came in third overall.
Former Buckeye Shaniqua McGinnis took second place with her time of 55.39. Johnson finished first in her heat, fifth overall with a time of 57.16 seconds.
Walker placed third overall in the 600m with a finishing time of 1:33.76 with Hoerr (1:33.83) right on her heels for fourth.
McGinnis, competing unattached, used a time of 2:06.45 to take first place. Janel Olberding finished in 2:12.72 to end up in fourth place.
Katherine Betts used a time of 2:15.93 to finish in third place.
Michelle Thomas ran a personal-best time of 9:50.79 and finished in seventh place overall.
Katie Borchers crossed the finish line in 5:01.41 to earn a second place finish.
Gary finished 22nd with a season-best throw of 12.30m (40-4.25).
With a leap of 1.68m (5-6), Jordan Moxley took fourth place.
With a jump of 5.90m (19-4.25), Adenike Pedro took second overall.
Ohio State– Hoerr, Cavin, Walker and Johnson – won the race in a time of 3:46.68.
The Buckeye team of Borchers, Olberding, Betts and Brink put in a first place performance, finishing in a time of 9:03.16.
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