ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Hardin-Simmons' track teams opened the season by breaking five school records at the Martin Luther King Invite at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, N.M.
The meet featured mainly Division I teams and a few Division II teams along with HSU.
Robson set the school mark in the 600 meters with a 1:50.82. Tencate lowered her own school record in the mile with a 5:31.08. She also placed fourth and lowered the school record by over a minute and a half with a time of 11:00.
Rhea Harris led the long jumpers with a leap of 15-7.
Clayton Holmes led the 60-meter runners for the men with a time of 7.29. Myles Stennis ran a 23.13 in the 200 meters to pace 10 Cowboy sprinters. Hasanai Chanriang ran a 51.83 in the 400 meters.
Lorenzo Jones set the school record in the 600 meters with a time of 1:27.82. River Smith ran a 5:11 in the mile to pace the Cowboys and ran a 10:00 in the 3000 meters.
Chanriang, Zach Fitch, Nygel Starling and Myles Stennis lowered the school 4x400 mark by over seven seconds finishing with a time of 3:28.05.
Jones had a leap of 20-5 ¾ in the long jump, which was a ½ inch away from the school mark.
HSU will next be in action Feb. 3 at Texas Tech.
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