Two Oklahoma State school records were broken on Friday at the Arkansas Invitational in Fayetteville.
Aaliyah Birmingham set a new OSU record for the women’s 60-meter in 7.42 seconds during her Cowgirls debut. Birmingham is a recent transfer from the University of Tulsa.
Jacob Fincham-Dukes joined in on the record setting with a new 60-meter
hurdles record. He finished in a time of 8.32 seconds.
The Cowgirls finished the day with five individual wins.
Jocelen Ruth took home the women’s weight throw with a winning distance of
Ryan Roane added a second individual victory in the field events winning
the women’s triple jump. Roane secured a win with a jump of 12.23 meters.
The Cowgirls' distance runners had a dominant showing nearly sweeping all
of the distance events.
Kaylee Dodd won the women’s 600-meters with a time of 1:31.89. Her teammates closely followed as the Cowgirls had five runners finish in
the top six.
Abbie Hetherington grabbed a first place finish in the women’s 800-meters
with a time of 2:11.07.
Sinclaire Johnson continued to find victory finishing first place in the
women’s 1000-meters. Johnson finished in 2:43.37 and Molly Sughroe was
only a half-second behind, finishing second.
Both track and field teams will travel to Norman on Jan. 19 for the Sooner Invitational.