JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Trey Cunningham’s special year continued Saturday afternoon at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla., on the campus of North Florida.
Cunningham climbed the NCAA all-time ranks by running a personal best 13.10 in the 110m hurdles. Cunningham’s time is the fastest in the world to date and now puts him No. 4 on the NCAA all-time list. The time also broke his own school record and only seven races have ever been faster in collegiate history. He also sits at No. 40 on the world all-time charts. Cunningham’s final race was also the fastest race this early in the season in collegiate history.
Edidiong Odiong continued her breakout season in the 100m dash. Odiong ran a personal best 11.14 in the event to finish second among collegians. Her time puts her No. 3 on FSU’s all-time list and No. 15 in the country this season. It is also the top time in the ACC this season.
Alex Collier and Sean Watkins Jr. both had great races in the men’s 400m dash. Collier, the Jacksonville native, shattered his personal best, clocking in at 46.27 to finish as the top collegian. Watkins Jr. also ran a personal best to finish right behind Collier at 46.49.
In the field events, Kelechi Nwanaga led the way with another javelin title. Nwanaga won the event with a throw of 53.43m.
Jeremiah Davis continued his successful weekend with a second-place finish in the triple jump with a mark of 15.62m.
Milton Ingraham finished second in the discus with a throw of 55.78m.
Sukeil Foucha ran a personal best in the 800m run to finish fourth in the event.
The Noles will now enter the postseason with the ACC Outdoor Championships in Durham, N.C. on Mar. 12.14.
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