ROME, Ga. – After just three events scored on the first day of The Gulf South Conference Championship, the Wolves are in fourth place with 11 points. Lee heads the competition with 30 points, Alabama Huntsville in second with 29, and Shorter in third with 23 points.
After four events, Nadia Davila sits in first place with 2969 points. Davila took first in the 100m hurdles, 200m dash, and the high jump. In the high jump, Davila broke the GSC Championship record with a jump of 1.64m. Also in the heptathlon, Paige Berriochoa took first place in the shot put and ended the day with 2072 points.
In the hammer throw, Ravae Cox placed eighth with a throw of 37.82m. The freshman ended the competition with her last throw being a new personal record of her old personal best being 35.51m.
In the long jump, Meghan Daniels took fifth place with a jump of 5.31m and a new personal record. Right behind her in sixth place is Tora Wright with a jump of 5.26m.
In the 200m dash prelims, Ashley Davis qualified for finals with a time of 25.00 for a fourth seed.
Marion Bartilol ran a season-best in the 10k for sixth place. Bartilol finished the race in 40:03.19 to end the first day of events at the Gulf South Conference Championship.
The Heptathlon will kick off day two at 10:15 am and a full day of competition in the shot put, high jump, triple jump, and 100m prelims.