BLACKSBURG – Freshman Katrin Brzyszkowska set a Norton Heathcare Sports activities and Studying Heart facility file on Saturday on the Lenny Lyles Invitational placing a personal-best distance of 55’2.75″ (16.83m) within the shot put occasion. Brzyszkowska’s mark ranks first within the Atlantic Coast Convention.
“Glorious efficiency by Katrin at the moment,” stated affiliate head coach Andrew Dubs. “It has been a whirlwind of a month for her with some small adversity at the moment. I’m very happy with how she has been in a position to keep focus. She is an impressive competitor, and I stay up for seeing extra of her success this season.”
Brzyszkowska began the day in third-place after placing simply in need of 50’10” (15.5m) on her first try. Warming up with every try, she climbed her approach up on the leaderboard one spot at a time. In spherical two, she moved into second earlier than taking on the competitors in spherical three breaking the outdated facility file 52’2″ (15.91m) set one yr in the past by Rachel Tanczos of Notre Dame. Essence Henderson completed second with a season-best distance of 54’0″ (16.46m).
Tyson Jones positioned second within the males’s shot put sending the put 17.98m into the touchdown space.
Sprinter Judson Lincoln IV holds two facility data at Louisville after clocking in first within the males’s 400m sprint with a time of 46.67. Kennedy Harrison positioned second with a time of 47.15.
Lincoln IV ran anchor within the 4x400m relay working a sub 22 within the first lap to carry onto the Hokies lead, second quickest break up of the day. Tech set the ability file time of three:09.89 controlling the race at every passing of the baton. Kennedy Harrison, Cole Beck, and Ali Diaby joined Lincoln IV within the record-breaking race.
Beck additionally competed within the 200-meters crossing the road second at 21.18.
Positioned fifteenth on the NCAA DI high performances record, Cierra Pyles scored a personal-best distance of 42’4″ (12.90m) within the triple soar, positioned second on her third try.
Within the males’s triple, Chauncey Chambers received his third meet of the season leaping 51’7.25″ (15.73m) within the first spherical. Teammate Caleb Stephens completed fourth with a distance of 48’3.2″ (14.71m).
Excessive Jumper Aidan Clark is tied for thirteenth within the NCAA clearing a season-best peak of seven’0.5″ (2.15m), ending second.
Third within the ACC, Harrison Rice completed third in pole vault clearing a season-best peak of 17’0″ (5.18m).
Virginia Tech host the Doc Hale Virginia Tech Meet in Blacksburg, Va. on Feb. 3 – 4. The Hokies distance squad will head to Winston-Salem, N.C. to compete on the Camel Metropolis Invitational.