Mosley Medals at Hilltopper Relays and Northeast Ohio Quad
A freshman at the time, Jai'Lyn Mosley captured the discus title at the Hilltopper Relays with a mark of 47.27m. Mosley continued her winning ways the following week, taking first at the Northeast Ohio Quad. Mosley capped-off an impressive rookie campaign with a second-place finish at the MAC Championships, earning All-MAC Second Team honors.
Just Another Day for Jagers
Reggie Jagers III set the tone for a successful season early on, taking the hammer and weight throw titles at the Hilltopper Relays. For his efforts, Jagers was named MAC Men's Field Athlete of the Week.
Figueroa Lands in the Record Book
At the Northeast Ohio Quad, Gabrielle Figueroa unleashed in the hammer throw, posting a winning mark of 60.26m (197' 8"). Figueroa's personal-record puts the Youngstown, Ohio native in third-place in the Kent State record book. Figueroa went on to earn second team All-MAC honors, taking second-place in the hammer behind teammate Jackie Leppelemeier at the conference championships.
Barnes Blazes at Drake Relays
Kent State track & field alum, Will Barnes turned in a record-setting performance at the Drake Relays, running 13.41 seconds in the 110m hurdles. Barnes' pace hit the Olympic A-standard, broke the Kent State record and the Puerto Rican national record.
Tollerud Tops Kent State Pole Vault Record
At the Campbell-Wright Open in nearby Akron, Sam Tollerud eclipsed Kent State's women's pole vault record, clearing the bar set at 4.22m (13' 10"). Tollerud now owns Kent State's indoor and outdoor pole vault. In total, Kent State claimed 10 event victories at the Campbell-Wright Open.
Five MAC Championships Go to Golden Flashes