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Kentucky Track & Field Posts Five Wins Friday at McCravy Memorial

Kentucky Track & Field Posts Five Wins Friday at McCravy Memorial

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LEXINGTON, Ky. The Kentucky indoor track and field teams posted five event victories Friday at the Rod McCravy Memorial Meet held at UK’s Nutter Field House. 

Sophomore Anthaya Charlton claimed the first Wildcat win of the day by eclipsing 20 feet in the long jump, finishing at 20’3.5”/6.18 meters.  Charlton moved to No. 8 on the UK all-time list. 

The women’s DMR of Jenna Schwinghamer, Mahogany Mobley, Phoebe McCowan and Tori Herman won with the ninth fastest time in program history (11:17.69).

Junior Simi Akinrinsola was the next Wildcat victor, hurling 63’2”/19.25m in the women’s weight throw. 

Robbie Springfield won the men’s long jump with a strong winning mark of 25’3.5”/7.71m. 

Brandon Miller won the men’s 200m (20.98) and Wildcats went 1-2-3 in the event (Kennedy Lightner and Jackson) with unattached Myles Anders fourth. 

Freshman Jordan Anthony moved to No. 5 on the UK all-time list with a time of 6.63Q in the men’s 60m first round. He and Langston Jackson were the top two qualfiers in the 60m prelims.

Six Wildcats qualified for the women’s 60m final: Masai Russell, Colleen Branch, Victoria Perrow, Shadajah Ballard, Anthaya Charlton and Tamiia Fuller.

Russell, Ballard, Yasmin Brooks and Annika Williams qualified for the women’s 60H final.

Mallory Mullen took second place in the women’s high jump. Payton Phillips earned second place in the women’s pole vault. Alumnus Brian Faust was runner-up in the men’s 600m. UK’s women’s DMR of Sydney Steely, Cristal Mosley, DeAnna Martin and and Kaylie Kenne were runners-up. Karimah Davis, competing unattached was second in the women’s 200m. UK’s Men’s DMR of Alex Alston, Brandon Nyandoro, John O’Donnell, Aaron Withrow took second place in 10:02.36. 

Justin Swann placed third in the men’s 600m. Michael Browning earned third place in the men’s weight throw. 

Saturday’s action begins at noon.  In addition to Kentucky, the list of teams slated to participate features Alabama State, Butler, Campbellsville, Cumberlands, Grambling, Eastern Kentucky, Howard, Kennesaw State, Life, Midway, Northern Kentucky, Oakland, Ohio State, Transylvania, Tulane and Union (Ky.) 

The meet is open to the public. Admission is free and parking is available in the Green Lot adjacent to Kroger Field.  Fan information is available at  Live results are available at The meet is being streamed live onSEC Network+. 

The event is named in honor of Kentucky track athlete Rod McCravy, who had established himself as a leader with great respect and care for others before he died in 1987 at the age of 19. 

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Friday, January 13th 
Women  High Jump   Final  2. Mallory Mullen: 5’8.5”/1.74m 
Men  High Jump  Final  4. Donsten Brown: 6’4.75”/1.95m 
Women  Long Jump  Prelim/Final  1. Anthaya Charlton:  

20’3.5”/6.18m | PB, T-No. 8 on UK all-time list 

5. Sophie Galloway:  


7. Meg Wilson: 17’11”/5.46m 

Men  Long Jump  Prelim/Final  1. Robbie Springfield: 25’3.5”/7.71m 

9. Trey Causey III: 22’2.25”/6.76m 

Women  Weight Throw  Prelim/Final  1. Simi Akinrinsola, 63’2”/19.25m 

7. Leah Moore, 53’9”/16.38m 

Men  Weight Throw  Prelim/Final  3. Michael Browning: 64’5.25”/19.64m 

6. Daroyce Flemons: 57’3.75”/17.47m 

10. Dennis Ohene-Adu: 54’0”/16.46m 

Women  60 Meter  First Round  2. Masai Russell: 7.45Q 

5. Colleen Branch: 7.53Q  

7. Victoria Perrow: 7.54Q  

8. Shadajah Ballard: 7.54Q 

9. Anthaya Charlton, 7.61Q  

13. Tamiia Fuller, 7.67Q 

Men  60 Meter  First Round  1. Jordan Anthony, 6.63Q | No. 5 on UK all-time list 

2. Langston Jackson, 6.74Q 

Women  Pole Vault  Final  2. Payton Phillips: 12’8.25”/3.87m 

4. Kaitlyn Cain: 12’8.25”/3.87m 

Women  60 Hurdles  First Round  1. Masai Russell, 8.09Q 

2. Shadajah Ballard, 8.40Q 

4. Yasmin Brooks, 8.51Q 

14. Annika Williams, 8.81q 

Women  600 Meter  Final  4. Bryanna Lucas, 1:35.98 
Men  600 Meter  Final  2. Brian Faust (Alum): 1:18.01 

3. Justin Swann: 1:18.89 

Women  DMR  Final  1. UK (Jenna Schwinghamer, Christal Mosley, DeAnna Martin, Tori Herman): 11:17.69 | No. 9 on UK all-time list

2. UK (Sydney Steely, Mahogany Mobley, Phoebe McCowan, Kaylie Kenne): 11:30.72

Men  DMR  Final  2. UK (Alex Alston, Brandon Nyandoro, John O’Donnell, Aaron Withrow): 10:02.36 

5. UK (McLean Griffin, Tavon Williams, Alex Justus, Harper Moore): 10:15.34 

Women  200 Meter  Final  2. Karimah Davis (unattached): 24.10 

4. Victoria Perrow: 24.27 

5. Tamiia Fuller: 24.31 

7. Colleen Branch: 24.40 

14. Anthaya Charlton: 24.90 

15. Megan Moss: 24.91 

21. Seven Simms: 25.35 

55. Cierra Fogg: 28.15 

56. Patrice Cornelius: 28.17 

Men  200 Meter  Final  1. Brandon Miller: 20.98 

2. Kennedy Lightner: 21.04 

3. Langston Jackson: 21.13 

4. Myles Anders (Unattached): 21.70 

Saturday, January 14th 
12:00 PM  Women  Shot Put  Prelim/Final  Akinrinsola, Moore, A. Williams 
to follow  Men  Shot Put  Prelim/Final  Jo. Sobota, Ohene-Adu, Ja. Sobota 
12:00 PM  Women  Triple Jump  Prelim/Final  Galloway 
to follow  Men  Triple Jump  Prelim/Final  Palmer 
12:00 PM  Women  60 Meter  Semifinal  Perrow, Ballard, Charlton, Fuller, Russell, Branch 
12:10 PM  Men  60 Meter  Semifinal  L. Jackson, Anthony 
12:20 PM  Women  60 Hurdles  Semifinal  Russell, Brooks, Ballard, A. Williams, Galloway 
12:30 PM  Men  60 Hurdles  Semifinal   
12:40 PM  Women  Mile  Final  Kruger, Roden 
1:00 PM  Men  Mile  Final  Brush, Duvall 
1:00 PM  Men  Pole Vault  Final  Daniel, Shepler, Ja. Sobota 
1:20 PM  Women  60 Meter  Final  Perrow, Ballard, Charlton, Fuller, Russell, Branch 
1:25 PM  Men  60 Meter  Final  L. Jackson, Anthony 
1:30 PM  Women  60 Hurdles  Final  Russell, Brooks, Ballard, A. Williams, Galloway 
1:35 PM  Men  60 Hurdles  Final   
1:45 PM  Women  400 Meter  Final  Moss, Mosley, Wallace, J. Jackson, Mobley 
2:20 PM  Men  400 Meter  Final  Lawrence Jr., Nyandoro, O’Daniel, T. Williams 
2:50 PM  Women  800 Meter  Final  Lucas, Miles, Scoggin 
3:00 PM  Men  800 Meter  Final  Swann, O’Donnell 
3:15 PM  Women  3000 Meter  Final  Melzer, Aydt 
3:45 PM  Men  3000 Meter  Final   
4:15 PM  Women  4 x 400 Meter Relay  Final  UK 
4:35 PM  Men  4 x 400 Meter Relay  Final  UK 

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