Track and Field set to open season at UNCG Early Bird Duals

Shenelle McKay (Todd Drexler Photo)
Shenelle McKay (Todd Drexler Photo)

BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Campbell track and field will begin its indoor season this weekend in Winston Salem, N.C. at the UNCG Early Bird Duals. The meet is set to begin at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 4 at the JDL Fast Track.

CU will be competing against a collection of schools from all throughout the Carolinas, including Furman, High Point, North Carolina A&T, North Carolina Central, Savannah State, South Carolina State, UNC Greensboro, USC Upstate, Wake Forest and Wofford.

The meet will begin with the women's long jump at 11:30 a.m. with freshmen Jada Johnson and Julia Morris making their collegiate debuts. Nate Tyson and Noah Tyson will represent CU in the men's long jump. Shenelle McKay, Marta Segarra and Chase Edwards will compete in the high jump to round out CU's field events.

Sophomore Roshae Jackson will get things started on the track for Campbell as she competes in the women's mile run. Up next, freshmen Graeme Fisher, Travis Gallimore and Hunter Gilbert will make their collegiate indoor track debuts in the men's mile. Tatiana Wolfe, Marcus Mize and Chigozie Atavwigho will represent CU in the 60m hurdles.

Campbell junior Racheal Brown and freshman Jada Johnson will represent CU in the women's 400m. Freshmen Dequion Hill and Collin Cooper will also make their collegiate debuts in the men's 400m. Sabina Allen, Deonica Reid, Isis Brooks, Julia Morris and Janai Scott will all be representing Campbell in the women's 60m. Khai McLin, Lorne Jenkins, Noah Tyson, Nate Tyson and Daequon Carr will run the 60m on the men's side.

Kelsey Rea will run the women's 800m for CU, while freshman Ka'Deem Wynn makes his debut in the men's 800m. Tatiana Wolfe, Sabina Allen, Shenelle McKay, Isis Brooks and Janai Scott will compete in the women's 200m, followed by Noah Tyson, Jacob Carter, Nate Tyson, Marcus Mize and Daequon Carr in the men's 200m.

Amina Alvarez Barkane will represent Campbell in the women's 3000m, while freshman Billy Knabe will represent CU on the men's side. Campbell will race two men's and women's teams in the 4x400 to round out the meet.

Following the meet, Campbell will begin the new year at the Joe Hilton Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C., set for a 10 a.m. start on January 7. For the most up-to-date information on Campbell track and field, follow @GoCamelsRun on Twitter.