Riddle breaks mile record again as Lions compete at Northwest Missouri

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MARYVILLE – The Missouri Southern men’s and women’s track and field teams picked up six event wins and a school record as the Lions competed in the Bearcat Invite at Northwest Missouri State.
 
In total, the Lions had eight event wins, ten NCAA Provisional Qualifying marks and two school records during the two days of competition.
 
The women’s 60-meter dash belonged to Jasmine Deckard winning with a time of 7.69. Cornesia Calhoun-White won the 60-meter hurdles at 8.83. Kelie Henderson picked up the win in the women’s mile run with a time of 5:07.55, as Juana Hautala was close behind at 5:08.42 crossing the finish line second.
 
On the men’s side Ryan Riddle finished the mile run with a new MSSU record time of 4:02.86 that is an NCAA Provisional Qualifying time narrowly missing Automatic Qualification. Adrain Broadus picked up the win in the men’s triple jump with a leap of 14.46m (47′ 5.25″). 
  
Bryan Candrl won the men’s pole vault with a NCAA Provisonal Qualifying jump of 4.79m (15′ 8.5″) and Dean Howard came in third with a jump at the same height.  Josh Fulmer won the men’s weight throw with an NCAA Provisional Qualifying mark of 19.13m (62′ 9.25″) and Connor Boyd finished third with a throw of 17.66m (57′ 11.25″).
 
Chardae Overstreet finished third in the women’s 200-meter dash with a time of 25.02. Overstreet came in second in the 400-meter dash with a NCAA Provisional Qualifying time of 56.42, as LaNea Wallace crossed the line in third at 56.99.  
 
Gabe McClain finished third in the men’s 800m with a NCAA Provisional Qualifying time of 1:52.32. Claire Luallen finished second in the long jump with a leap of 5.53m (18′ 1.75″). 
 
 
Below are Southern’s complete results from the meet. The Lions will be back in action next weekend at Washburn on Friday and Saturday. 
 
Women’s 60m Dash
1. Jasmine Deckard – 7.69
8. Cornesia Calhoun-White – 7.99
 
Men’s 60m Dash
4. Cameron Linville – 6.91
 
Women’s 60m Hurdles
1. Cornesia Calhoun-White – 8.83
 
Women’s 200m Dash
3. Chardae Overstreet – 25.02
4. Jasmine Deckard – 25.12
10. LaNea Wallace – 25.97
36. Zakarra Mcadoo – 27.37
 
Men’s 200m Dash
15. Cameron Linville – 22.67
28. Cole Barker – 23.18
41. Adrain Broadus – 23.84
 
Women’s 400m Dash
2. Chardae Overstreet – 56.42 (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Time)
3. LaNea Wallace -56.99
 
Men’s 400m Dash
6. Brieon Randle – 48.85
 
Women’s 600m Run
10. Ashlynn Vanatter – 1:32.99
 
Men’s 800m Run
3. Gabe McClain – 1:52.32
 
Women’s Mile Run
1 Kelie Henderson – 5:07.55
2. Janna Hautala – 5:08.42
 
Men’s Mile Run
1. Ryan Riddle – 4:02.86 (MSSU Record, NCAA Provisonal Qualifying Time)
14. Kevin Koester – 4:23.36
15. Zachary Finley – 4:24.39
24. Nathan Painter – 4:36.21
 
Women’s 3000m Run
5. Riley Vickrey – 10:35.40
21. Janeth Jepkirui – 11:37.33
 
Women’s 5000m Run (Saturday)
3. Julianna Determan – 18:05.14
8. Danielle Prince – 19:12.72
 
Men’s 5000m Run (Saturday)
1. Gidieon Kimutai – 14:10.00
3. JP Rutledge – 14:26.17
4. Jarod Ozee – 14:35.14
17. Dancan Kibet – 15:33.30
23. Brady Bauder – 16:01.54
 
Women’s Long Jump
2. Claire Luallen – 5.53m
5. Ojurere Shonekan – 5.43m
14. Zakarra Mcadoo – 4.70m
 
Men’s Pole Vault
1. Bryan Candrl – 4.79m (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark)
3. Dean Howard – 4.79m (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark)
4. Mason York – 4.64m
 
Women’s Pole Vault (Saturday)
2. Jordan Banker – 3.81m (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark)
3. Elena Bisotto – 3.81m (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark)
8. Megan Tramel – 3.51m
10. Mackenzie Moring – 3.36m
 
Women’s Shot Put
6. Haley Clifton – 12.62m
 
Men’s Shot Put
10. Elijah Smith – 14.74m
 
Men’s Triple Jump
1. Adrain Broadus – 14.46m
 
Women’s Weight Throw 
12. Mallory Huber – 15.15m
17. Haley Clifton – 13.35m
 
Men’s Weight Throw
1. Josh Fulmer -18.94 (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark)
3. Connor Boyd – 17.66m
14. Nate Baldwin – 15.24m
 
Pentathlon (Saturday)
2. Claire Luallen – 3,594 points (NCAA Provisional Qualifying Total)
10. – Precious Olatunji – 2,877 points
 
Heptathlon
13. Elliot Rule – 2,389 points
 
Men’s Distance Medley (Saturday)
1. Gabe McClain, Brieon Randle, Nathan Painter, Ryan Riddle – 9:48.75 (MSSU Record, NCAA Provisional Qualifying Time, Northwest Fieldhouse Record, 2021 NCAA D2 Best)Print Friendly Version

Source: https://mssulions.com/news/2021/2/6/mens-track-and-field-riddle-breaks-mile-record-again-as-lions-compete-at-northwest-missouri

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