Robinson sets a Personal-Best and Fourth Fastest Time in School History in 100-Meter Dash at Texas Relays
March 28, 2014
AUSTIN, Texas - University of Tulsa track and field sophomore sprinter Bryce Robinson set a personal-best time of 10.42 in the 100-meter dash, which is the fourth fastest time in school history, in day two of the Texas Relays at Mike A. Myers Stadium on Friday.
Robinson finished third in his heat and 13th overall, just missing the cut for the final round, that took the top nine times, by 0.06 seconds.
Freshman Otugo Ananaba finished 68th in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.10 seconds and finished eighth in his heat.
The Golden Hurricane is also running in the 4x200-meter relay and is scheduled for noon on Saturday on the men's side.
On the women's side, the Golden Hurricane 4x400-meter relay team of freshman Roos-Sanne Claassen, senior Katherine Camp, senior Audrey Jean-Baptiste and sophomore Alex Lyons finished 19th with a time of 3:46.16, which was fifth in their heat.
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13. Bryce Robinson - 10.42
68. Otugo Ananaba - 11.10
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