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Friday, December 7, 2012


ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Bowie State women’s track and field team opened their 2012-2013 season at the U.S. Naval Academy Lid-Lifter meet. There were no team results, but head coach Michelle Latimer was pretty satisfied with the results and says “the best is yet to come”. 

Newcomer Kendall Reynolds was one of the Lady Bulldogs’ top performers, placing second in the Long Jump (5.54m) and third in the Triple Jump (11.14m). Reynolds competing for the first time in two years, qualified for the Nationals in the Long Jump.

Indya Price was Bowie State’s top finisher in the 200 Meter Dash, placing sixth with a time of 25.98 and placed 11th in the 60 Meter Dash (8.14). Carissa Smith came home with a fifth place finish in the 60 Meter Hurdles (9.29) and Michelle Palmer finished 10th in the 200 Meter Dash. Sophomore Kayla Watson finished as one of BSU’s top ten finishers, placing eighth in the Long Jump (5.11m).

Freshman Faith Sykes and sophomore Rayshawn Penn competed in the 400 Meter Dash and placed 13th and 25th overall with a times of 1:00.42 and 1:07.26 respectively. Other top 20 finishers for the Lady Bulldogs include Jasmine Street and Kenya Rollins in the 60 Meter Dash, Crishonda Coffey in the 200 Meter Dash, Brittany Williams in the One Mile Run and Ayanna Tweedy along with Brelyn Finley in the Shot Put.

The Lady Bulldogs’ 4x400 Meter Relay “A” team of Palmer, Price, Sykes and Smith placed sixth (4:07.88) and the “B” team of Williams, Rollins, Penn and Watson finished 14th (4:36.41).

Bowie State returns to competition Tuesday (January 8) at the George Mason University.

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