Detroit Mercy - 4x400m Team Takes First at Windsor

Detroit Mercy - 4x400m Team Takes First at Windsor

Provided by Detroit Mercy

WINDSOR, Ont. -- The Titan track and field teams split up this weekend and sent a number of 5000m runners to a meet at Grand Valley State Friday while the other individuals headed to Windsor for indoor competition on Saturday.

It was the 4x400m relay team that stole the show coming out with a first place finish in a tight race with a time of 3:58.39. Jasmine Greene (60.1) started the team off on the right foot before giving way to Nikia Duncan (60.9). The final two legs were completed by Brandee Hart (60.00) and Sequoyia Calhoun (57.39) as the team came out on top of the rest of the field.

Calhoun nearly had another top mark in the 300m as she placed fifth and edged closer to topping her UDM record in the 300m with a 40.99 mark, just .05 off her top finish.

In the pentathlon, Hana Hunt led the Titans with a total score of 2608 to place fifth ahead of teammate Amanda Campbell who finished with 2394 points.

In the 60m, Nicole Meisner ran 8.08 and Duncan at 8.12 in the preliminary rounds. Hart finished third in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.96.

In three field events, Kayla Zauner recorded the sixth best Titan mark at 2.95m. Stephanie Cumberti jumped at 1.50m in the high jump. Allyson Koglin tossed 14.17m in the weight throw, good for an 8th place finish.

In Windsor, the women ended up in third place in team scores behind Western Ontario and the host team from Windsor.

In the women's 5000m races at GVSU on Friday, Katrina Oberski improved on her previous PR by 25 seconds with a finish of 18:31.99. Torrie Eger timed in at 20:45.15.

The next event for the women's track and field team will be at the Silverston International in Ann Arbor hosted by Michigan on Saturday.