Magloire's time ranks fifth on the MSU all-time list in the event. In the 800-meter run, sophomore Andrea Wahlin and freshman Abbey Graham both posted top 10 finishes. Wahlin came in fifth (2:20.54), while Graham was ninth (2:24.86). Junior Liz Grube ran a personal best 5:08.92 in the mile run. State picked up much-needed points in the 3000-meter run with freshman Michelle Corrigan, Magloire and sophomore Annie Falor all crossing the line two-three-four. Junior Joy Griffith ran 10:46.23 to finish 10th in the event.
After advancing to the 60-meter dash finals yesterday, freshman Gabrielle Dillion finished 14th, while teammate Marrissa Harris ran 8.89 to take 11th in the 60-meter dash finals. Senior Lauren Johnson placed one spot behind Harris in 12th.
Freshman Janelle Finley jumped 36-06 ¼ to record the fifth-best time in school history. In the shot put, junior Nicola Wilson finished fourth in the shot put preliminaries to advance to the finals. In the finals, Wilson's 44-07 mark was good enough for fourth.
As a team, MSU finished fifth with 77 points. Alabama and Auburn took the top two positions. The Crimson Tide accumulated 121 points, while the Tigers had 87. Georgia Tech (85 ½) and Charlotte (78) finished ahead of State. Georgia (66 ½) and Virginia Tech (27) rounded out the competitors.
The Lady Bulldogs travel to Baton Rouge, La. on Friday for the LSU Invitational.