Behind the junior duo of Mina Thorstenson (5:06.77) and Liz Grube (5:08.09), the Lady Bulldogs went 1-2 in the mile run, respectively. In the 3000-meter run, State sophomore Annie Falor ran 10:16.19 to cross the finish line as the top collegiate competitor (second overall), while junior Joy Griffith placed seventh in 10:31.79.
Freshman Dot Youmans cleared 5-06 to take the high jump and post the fourth-best time in school history in the event. Senior Jasmine Walls finished tied for fourth (5-04 ½).
In the shot put, three Lady Bulldogs, including Wilson, finished in the top 10. Throwing the fifth-best time in school history, Hernandez posted a personal-best 43-03 to finish fourth, while Sanders was eighth (40-04 ¼).
In track events, freshman Gabrielle Dillion improved on her time in the 60-meter dash, running 7.70 in the preliminaries. Dillion finished 12th in the event finals, running 7.71.
In the pole vault, sophomore Natalie Neely matched her personal best with a clearing of 10-04. Senior Lauren Johnson recorded a season-best 18-01 in the long jump to finish eighth. Also in the long jump, sophomore Alexandra Rozefort leaped 17-08 ¾ to set a new personal record in the event.
State sophomore Andrea Wahlin finished second in the 800-meter run (2:17.96). Running the sixth-best qualifying time in the 60-meter hurdles, freshman Marrissa Harris advanced to finish fifth in the finals by running 8.96.
The Lady Bulldogs return to action Feb. 10-11 at the Powered by Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark.