BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Sophomore mid-distance runner Clay McKnight sets a new school record in the indoor 1,000 meters Monday at the 'Southern Indoor Challenge at the Birmingham CrossPlex, hosted by Birmingham-Southern.
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TOP FEMALE PERFORMANCES
-Competing in her first indoor meet, Clay McKnight shattered Katherine Keopke's 2001 record of 3:25.86 in the 1,000 meters on Monday. The sophomore ran a 3:18.75 for sixth place in the event.
-Meredith Stuber set new personal marks in the 200 meters (27.71 seconds) and the long jump (4.74m).
-Kelsie Schiavone improved her previous personal best from the Tiger Indoor Invitational a week and a half ago with a 27.79-second mark in the 200.
TOP MALE PERFORMANCES
-Letherio Jones improved his personal mark in the 400 meters with a 52.82-second performance, finishing in 14th overall, fifth among Division III sprinters.
-Miles Martin improved his personal mark in the 60-meter hurdles with a 9.77-second sprint.
Sewanee will conclude the indoor schedule Friday at the Sewanee Indoor Invitational.