Columbus State Participates in Clemson Invitational
COLUMBUS– Several student-athletes went and competed in the Clemson Invitational for the Columbus State track and field team which was highlighted by Shan Crawford's outstanding performance in both the 60 meter and the 200 meter dash.
Crawford won the collegiate level 60 meter dash with a time of 7.74 and was sixth overall which included professional runners. She also won the 200 meter dash with a time of 25.11 as she nipped Shermain Williams of Johnson C. Smith University.
LaQuita Daniel ran in the 300 meter dash placing 24th clocking in at 43.25. Stormy Kendrick of Clemson won the event posting a time of 38.33. Brittney Skiles (11:00.45) and Ashley Arnold (12:04.18) were the other Lady Cougars to participate this weekend finishing seventh and 12th, respectively, in the 3000 meter run. Natalie Anderson of Clemson took home first place with a time of 10:21.
On the men's side, Josh Tolbert also ran in the 60 meter (7.19) and 200 meter dash (23.77) placing 18th and 19th, respectively. Kevin Hampton competed in the 300 meter dash finishing with a time of 39.40, finishing 23rd. Manteo Mitchell who ran unattached won the event in a time of 34:05. A pair of Cougars took part in the 400 meter dash as Jeremy Williams (51.55) placed in ninth and Gerald Chichester (52.81) came in 12th. Jonathan Franklin of Alabama State placed first in a time of 49.58 in the event.