WMU - Arseneau Opens Tennessee Relays With 10k Win

WMU - Arseneau Opens Tennessee Relays With 10k Win

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Western Michigan's Ann Marie Arseneau opened up the Tennessee Relays Powered by Sea Ray with a win the 10k race to highlight Thursday's action.

Arseneau finished with a time of 37:09.08 to claim the victory with Louisville's Leah Kiyohara as the closest collegiate finisher to her with a time of 37:47.02. Arseneau's time was a new personal best by .56 seconds in just her third time running the race at Western Michigan.

Senior Kathryn Pickett sits in sixth place with 2,932 points in the heptathlon after four events. Pickett's best event on the day was in the 200-meter dash. She won her heat and placed third overall with a time of 25.36 seconds, just .01 out of second place. The most points for her came in the 100-meter hurdles in which she finished seventh overall to earn 863.

The Broncos have a full day of action ahead of them on Friday before Saturday's relays begin.