Bradford didn’t miss until he cleared 5.71m (18-8 ¾), which he passed on his second attempt. He would go on to clear 5.81m (19-¾) before missing twice at 5.86m (19-2 ¾). From there, Bradford passed his third attempt and reached the next height of 5.91m (19-4 ¾). He cleared the bar on his first attempt, setting a new lifetime achievement in the process. Brad was eliminated after attempting 5.96m (19-6 ½).
Overall, it was Bradford’s third top-5 finish and top spot at the NCAA indoor meet and the highest for a Red Raider at the meet.
As he has done so often for the Red Raiders this season, Denim Rogers It started in the heptathlon on the first day. In the first event of the morning Rogers ran a PB 60m 6.79 to take second overall. He holds another PB mark, this time in the shot put with a run of 13.34m (43-9 ¼).
Rogers finished the day with 13 points and 3,263Th place. He will finish it tomorrow. 60m hurdles, pole vault and 1000m.
Demisha Roswell They crossed the finish line in Saturday’s 60m hurdles. The Jamaican native lowered her personal best to 7.92 – the fourth fastest time of the night.
Rosemary Chuuma She could not make the final result in both of her events. Chukumama 7.23 (12Th) in the 60m before going 22.80 for 10Th In 200 meters – No. 2 for Tech.
Terence Jones 6.54 – 6 all-time time for Tech will represent TTU n tomorrow’s 60m final. He finished second in his heat and posted his third best time overall.
Meanwhile, in the boys’ 60m hurdles, two Red Raiders made it to Saturday’s final — the only school to say that. Big 12 champion Caleb Dean It was closed at 7.59, with a tie Antoine Andrews Number 2 technology time. According to Andrews, he took the last place, coming in at 7.67.
Courtney Lindsay 20.60 – 10 times in 200m.Th all in all.
Tech will begin the final morning against Rogers at 10:30 am CT with the 60m hurdles.