Lubbock, Texas – reigning 60-meter champion in the home of Wassey Justin Raines I wasted no time turning heads in Lubbock on day one of the Texas Tech Open.
Raines, a sophomore from Copperas Cove, broke the school record by running 60m.70 to win his heat and advance to the next class. He also won the 60m hurdle race and managed to pass with a time of 8.11.
Justin Raines He beat the heat with a school record 6.70 in the 60m 6.71 to advance 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/CgAS1Aas9x
— Tarleton Cross Country and Track & Field (@TarletonXCTrack) January 27, 2023
Another school record fell as a true freshman Sage Barmettler He cleared 3.73m in the pole vault. The result came after Barmettler had previously set the school record of 3.53m at the Crimson and Gold Classic in December.
Brandon McKissickThe graduate student from Liberty Hill impressed in the 400m, finishing third in his heat in 48.41. The run scored third all-time in Tarleton history through the 2020 season. Hot man Canyon Staten 27th best time in 400m at Tech Open. He ran 49.37.
Brandon McKissick He made a late push in the 400m and finished with a time of 48.41, 15th out of 51 overall! pic.twitter.com/ypvECUm3nl
— Tarleton Cross Country and Track & Field (@TarletonXCTrack) January 28, 2023
She was the top female junior performer in the 60m dash in Texas. Hannah Dudley. Dudley ran a 7.69, placing her 21st out of 63 student-athletes.
Men’s long jump, graduate student Alan Palmer 6.48 m.
Jr Brady Sisneroz In the 60m hurdles, he was the second highest finisher for Texas on the men’s side, clocking 8.61 seconds.
The Texans return to action tomorrow at 10pm CT. The meeting will be broadcast on ESPN+.