OU closed the Penn Relays with an event win, several personal bests, and a result that was on the brink of school history.
The momentum from day 1 continued onto day 2 of the Penn Relays for the Oklahoma track and field teams.
Day 1 of the Penn Relays had personal bests, event titles and two relay teams advancing to the Championship of America finals.
For their last regular season meet, the Sooners travel to Philadelphia to compete in the 123rd Penn Relays.
Dylan Blankenbaker and Ama Pipi produced time in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the 200-meter dash, respectively, that set meet records.
Ashley Bryant led off the collegiate meet with a win in the hammer throw, followed by 1500-meter wins from Belle Wallace and Grayson Haws.
Math and science comes easy to T.J. Noonan. It is why he chose to major in chemical engineering with a biomedical engineering option. It is also why he excels at the javelin.
The John Jacobs High School meet features schools from all divisions competing on the track together.
The Oklahoma track and field teams will be competing at the John Jacobs Track and Field Complex on Friday and Saturday.
Payton Baker just wants to contribute to the track and field team. For four years, the runner from a small town in Texas has done just that.
Brittany Tretbar and Eric Alldritt represented the Sooners at the Mt. SAC Relays on Thursday night, with Tretbar setting a PR.
Eric Alldritt and Brittany Tretbar will be running Thursday night at the Mt. SAC Relays in Torrance, Calif.