TEMPE, Ariz. — University of Iowa track and field began the outdoor season at the Baldy Castillo Invitational on Friday, starting with 1-2-3 finishes in the 110-meter hurdles.
Junior Jaylan McConico took the lead, finishing the hurdles in 13.82 to rank eighth all-time at Iowa, senior Chris Douglas followed in second (14.18), and sophomore Anthony Williams took third (14.25)
Juniors Nia Britt and Allison Wahrman, and freshman Amanda Howe made movement on hammer throw top-10 list. Britt threw 56.74 meters (186-2), Howe threw 56.74 meters (186-2), and Wahrman threw 52.96 meters (173-9) to rank sixth, eighth, and 10th, respectively, in the record book.
Junior Megan Schott ran her collegiate best 1,500 meters in 4:37.16, and the Hawkeyes competed in 11 new events, including:
Peyton Haack – discus (39.09 meters, 128-3)
Sydney Winger – 100-meter hurdles (14.42)
Carly Donahue – 100-meter hurdles (14.63)
Kylie Morken – 100-meter hurdles (14.73)
Peyton Haack – 110-meter hurdles (15.34)
Grace McCabe – 1,500 meters (4:32.94)
Anna Hostetler – 1,500 meters (4:37.15)
Jessica McKee – 1,500 meters (4:53.51)
Daniel Murphy – 1,500 meters (3:54.79)
Noah Healy – 1,500 meters (3:56.79)
Jeff Roberts – 1,500 meters (3:58.04)
The Hawkeyes continue the Baldy Castillo Invitational on Saturday at noon (CT) with the women’s discus. The running events begin at 4 p.m. Fans can follow the live results on hawkeyesports.com/tracklive. Live stats for the meet are also linked on the Iowa track and field schedule page. Results will also be posted on the team’s official twitter account @iowaxc_tf.