App State women and men’s track & field competed at the 49er Classic on Friday and Saturday at Charlotte.
Ryan Brown was third in the 1,500-meter run with a PR and eighth all-time record in 3:49.71.
The Mountaineers had a strong showing in the hammerer throw, two placed in the top six. Zachary Weinstein was fourth with a throw of 49.93m (163-9 feet) and Timothy Synder 47.49m (155-9 feet).
Taylor Fox took third place in the pole vault with a PR and fourth all-time jump of 4.95 meters (16-2.75 feet). Patrick Freeman cleared the bar with 4.80 meters (15-9 feet) to finish fifth.
Calbert Guest won the 10,000-meter run 31:10.69. Ben Date finished eighth in 32:41.57.
De’Shawn Ballard placed seventh in the 100-meter dash in 10.74. Ballard in the 200-meter dash crossed the line in 21.54 to finish fifth.
In the 1,500m race, Macki Walsh placed third with a personal best and eighth all-time record with a time of 4:31.99. Jasmine Donohue placed seventh in 4:36.79.
App State women’s team had a two who placed in the top eight in the long jump. Jada Branch jumped third with a PR of 5.65m (18-6.5 feet). Djamila Petersen placed sixth with 5.47m (17-11.5 feet).
In the 200m run two Mountaineers were in the top eight. Machera Clark finished fifth with 24.87, Labria King crossed the line in seventh with a time of 24.93.
Megan Plummer was fifth in the shot put with a throw of 12.00m (39-4.5 feet) and in the discus eighth with a mark of 37.66m (123-7 feet).
Nevaeh Haddock jumped for third place in the triple jump with 11.42m (37-5.75 feet).
Celia Agee jumped 3.45m (11-3.75 feet) to finish fourth in pole vault.
Jasmine Donohue was sixth in the 800m with 2:17.36.
Abby Granberg was seventh in the 10,000m run with 41.20.59.
The Mountaineers will compete next weekend at both the Raleigh Relays at N.C. State and the Weems Baskin Invitational at South Carolina.