WMU - Track & Field Wraps Up Gibson Invitational
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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- The Western Michigan track and field team battled the cold and wind to wrap up competition at Indiana State's Gibson Invitational on Saturday.
The biggest highlight on the day came from junior Keyera Lige, who claimed fourth place in the 400-meter hurdles. Lige ran a time of 1:01.83, her fastest on the season, to earn five points for the Broncos.
Western Michigan took sixth in the 4x400-meter relay team with Naiomi Dulaney, Kaniya Weatherspoon, Davonne Bolden and Lige combined to run a time of 3:51.88. Bolden also turned in a personal-best time of 25.26 seconds in the 200-meter dash.
Junior Jade McKnight was WMU's lone scorer in the field events, taking eighth in the long jump with a distance of 5.37m (17' 7.50"). Fellow junior Daya Wagh scored in 5,000-meter run after running a time of 17:46.09 to take eight on Friday.
Western Michigan heads out to California for the Mt. SAC Relays beginning on Thursday.