Small Baylor Track Contingent Places Well At Vol Classic

Sunday, April 21, 2019

A small Baylor track contingent competed against over 50 teams from six states at the Vol Classic over the weekend.

 

Autumn Seymour lead the way with her runner-up finish in the 300 huddles. She ran a season's best in 48.48.  

 

Seymour, along with teammates, Madison Sims, Aliya Cooper, and Miah Flanagan finished runner-up in the 4X200.

The fast squad missed first by .12 with a time of 1.47.11. 

 

The DMR team of Emmy Davis, Lizzie Hill, Hannah Rosser and Helen Webb finished third.

 

Riley Jenne, the lone male representative, made a big splash in the challenging conditions.  He finished third out of 66 runners in the 200 in a time of 23.03. The sophomore  was ninth out of the field of 72 in the 100 meters in 11.23.

 

                Baylor  Results:

                Autumn Seymour                                                            300H                      2nd          48.48

                Seymour/Sims/Flanagan/Cooper                              4 X 200                  2nd         1:47.12

                Davis/Lizzie Hill/Rosser/ Webb                                    DMR                      3rd           13:21.56

                Ruthie Burnette                                                               Pole Vault            8th           8”06’

                Seymour/Cooper/Flanagan/ Hill                                 4 X 100               10th        54.91

                Madison Sims                                                                    200                         11th         27.23

                                                                                                                400                         18th         63.87

                Miah Flanagan                                                                   100                         16th         13.34

                Hannah Rosser                                                                  800                         20th         2:32.27

                Emmy Davis                                                                        Mile                       22nd        5:51.61

               

 

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