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No. 7 Arkansas Wins Razorback Invite, Breaks School Record

02/01/2014
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – A late surge on day two gave the women’s track and field team a victory at the Razorback Invitational Saturday at Randal Tyson Track Center. The No. 7 Razorbacks picked up the win with 151 points, just five points ahead of No. 3 ranked Texas A&M with a 146 point second-place finish.

Trailing the Aggies heading into the mile, the Arkansas distance team picked up the pace and helped regain the No. 1 spot. Grace Heymsfield’s mile performance took down the previous school record set at the 2012 SEC Championships and pushed the Razorbacks past Texas A&M. Heymsfield earned a first-place finish with a time of 4:34.22, good for a new University of Arkansas record and second-best time in the nation. Dominique Scott was close behind with a second-finish in 4:36.11, a personal record for the junior. Arkansas gained a 8.5 point lead over the Aggies, a lead that was never relinquished.

The 4x400 relay team of Chrishuna Williams, Regine Williams, Diana Harper and Stephanie Brown finished third with a season-best time of 3:35.46. The Razorback team ranks fourth in the NCAA this season and fourth all-time at Arkansas. Arkansas finished behind a Texas A&M squad that recorded the fastest time in the world in 2014 for a first-place finish.

More success on the distance team, as Samantha Mohler took down her previous 3,000-meter record set at the Arkansas vs. Texas Dual with a second place finish at 9:47.24. Brown earned a third-place finish in the scored 800-meter run with a time of 2:05.82, the fifth-best time in the NCAA this season. Caitlin Noonan won the non-scored 800-meter college run with a time of 2:11.69, her first-career event title.
Arkansas finished second in the triple jump, with Tamara Myers’ mark of 43-.5, just shy of her personal best.
The Razorbacks will travel to the Armory Collegiate Invite in New York next weekend, February 7-8, before hosting the Tyson Invitational on February 14-15.

For more information on Arkansas Track and Field, follow @RazorbackTF on Twitter.

Final Women’s Standings
1. Arkansas, 151.0
2. Texas A&M, 146.0
3. Florida, 84.0
4. Florida State, 83.5
5. Oklahoma State, 55
6. Oklahoma, 40.5
7. Texas, 38.0
8. Tulsa, 30.0
9. Stanford, 4.0

The Razorbacks will travel to the Armory Collegiate Invite in New York next weekend, February 7-8, before hosting the Tyson Invitational on February 14-15.

For more information on Arkansas Track and Field, follow @RazorbackTF on Twitter.

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