Oklahoma Baptist set a school record, hit nine national qualifying marks and three
provisional standards at the University of Oklahoma's John Jacobs
Invitational Saturday in Norman.
and Nikita Tracey
had productive days, each turning in
the best time in an individual event and then teaming up with Stacy
Warrior and Gayon Evans
to get the NAIA's best time in the 4x400 relay
at 3:39.61, setting a school record.
Chambers finished third in the 400 meters at 53.46 behind unattached Jessica Cousins and Regina George of Arkansas. Stacy Warrior
finished ninth in that event with the fourth-best time in the NAIA at 55.59.
Tracey won the 400 hurdles in 59.61 seconds to top her own NAIA best time from last week. She beat runners from Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tulsa.Yesenia Avila
qualified with the sixth best time in the NAIA in the 800 meters, coming in second in 2:13.61.
The 4x100 team of Warrior, Tracey, Chambers and Evans also had a qualifying time at 47.46, but that group has a better mark already in the books this season.
On the men's side, Jory Custar
qualified in the 800 meters, turning in the fourth-best time in the nation at 1:52.02., while Cody Camacho
met the provisional standard at 1:53.60, which is the No. 15 time this year.
Johnny Gonzales cleared 15-9 in the pole vault for the third-best height in the NAIA this season.Roman Gray
qualified with the No. 12 time in the 400 meters at 48.30 seconds.Derik Douglas
met the automatic standard in the 110 hurdles, but has recorded a better time this season than his 14.31 on Saturday. Airick Johnson
improved on his provisional standard time at 15.03 seconds.
In the 400 hurdles, Seagram Kern
and Douglas had B standard times with Kern at 54.01 and Douglas at 54.18. Kern had already qualified.
The men's 4x100 relay of Kern, Ethan Mignard
, Gray and Justin Frye
ran a 41.64, which is a provisional standard, but the Bison have a better time in the event this season.
OBU is scheduled to compete at Baylor next weekend.