The MSU women stole the show on the first day, winning six of the eight events they competed in.
The distance medley relay team of Ffion Price, Alon Lewis, Charlotte Cayton-Smith and and Rhianwedd Price obliterated the Mississippi State record Friday night, posting a time of 11:10.63. That mark is currently the eighth-best in the nation and No. 2 in the SEC.
Logan Boss continued her winning ways, winning her second high jump competition in three tries in 2017.
Freshman Alexis Farley catapulted her way into the MSU record books, leaping 12.57m in the triple jump which is the fifth best mark in school history and 5th nationally among freshmen.
Brianna Smith won the weight throw and set a personal-best while she was at it. Her toss of 19.83m is the second-best in Bulldog history, breaking a record she already owned.
Tiffany Flynn took home first place in three different events on the weekend, including the long jump on Friday, and the 60m hurdle and triple jump Satuday.