STANFORD, Calif. – Late Friday night and into early Saturday morning, three members of the Florida State track and field team had record-breaking performances at the Payton Jordan Invitational in Stanford, Calif.
Lauren Ryan made a splash in her outdoor debut. Ryan shattered the school’s 5000m record by over 12 seconds with a personal best time of 15:30.30. She finished second among collegians and fifth overall, and her time puts her ninth in the NCAA and second in the ACC this season.
Ahmed Muhumed Adriaan Wildschutt’s school record (13:28.97) in the men’s 5000m run. Muhumed edged ran 13:26.11 Friday night to finish second and as the top collegian. His time is currently 10th in the country and first in the ACC.
Just past 2 a.m. eastern time, Wildschutt was breaking records of his own in the men’s 10,000m run. Wildschutt broke his own school record by just over 10 seconds with a time of 27:38.54 to finish second and first among collegians. His time is the fastest in the NCAA this season, and it puts him No. 12 on the NCAA all-time list in the event.
The Noles are back in action today at the UNF Invitational beginning at 11 a.m.
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