Camels notch 13 top-10 finishes at UNF Spring Break Open

Sabina Allen (Scarborough Photography)
Sabina Allen (Scarborough Photography)

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -- The Fighting Camels recorded 13 top-10 finishes to highlight their performances Friday at the UNF Spring Break Invitational. Campbell junior Sabina Allen logged the best finish of the day, placing first in the women's long jump with a mark of 5.92m.

Senior Shenelle McKay also posted an impressive performance in the women's long jump, placing 4th at the meet with a jump of 5.74m. On the men's side, Alize Graham notched a sixth-place performance at 6.62m, while Lorne Jenkins came in 10th place at 6.47m.

Lilla Juhasz got the running events started for Campbell as she competed in the women's 100m hurdles, an event where she owns the school record. Juhasz posted a time of 13.99 to placed third overall at the meet.

The Campbell women recorded another stellar performance in the women's 4x100m relay. Deonica Reid, Juhasz, Isis Brooks and Janai Scott finished second with a blazing mark of 46.53, which was less than a second from the school record.

Campbell notched two top-10 performances in the women's 100m dash from Juhasz and Scott. Juhasz finished 9th with a time of 12.26, while Scott was right behind her to place 10th at 12.28.

The men's 100m dash followed, where Campbell freshman Daequon Carr made his collegiate 100m debut and posted a mark of 11.07 to place 11th. Graham also competed in 100m dash and put up an 11.19, good for 20th place at the meet.

The next event for CU was the 400m hurdles. Tatiana Wolfe, who holds the school record in that event, represented the Campbell women and placed third overall with a time of 1:00.44. On the men's side, Chigozie Atavwigho put up a time of 54.75 to place seventh.

CU's final two individual top-10 performances of the day came in the women's 200m dash. Scott finished the race in 24.60 to place 6th, followed by Racheal Brown who came in seventh with a mark of 24.76.

Campbell ended the day with the women's 4x400m relay as Wolfe, Jullia Morris, Brown and Scott placed fourth with a time of 3:57.11.

Up next, the Camels will split up once again as they are scheduled to compete in the Pepsi Florida Relays and the High Point VertKlasse Invitational. Both meets are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1. For the most up-to-date information on Campbell track & field, follow @GoCamelsRun on Twitter.