McPhee sets school record in 110 hurdles to lead Tornado at Catamount Classic

McPhee sets school record in 110 hurdles to lead Tornado at Catamount Classic

BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University men's track and field team competed at the Beynon Catamount Classic in Cullowhee, North Carolina over the weekend. Adriel McPhee led the way for the Tornado as he broke a school record with his performance in the 110 meter hurdles.

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • McPhee posted a time of 14.63 in the 110 meter hurdles to break a King program record in the event. His time was good enough for second overall in the event.
  • Jaylen Foster took home an eighth place finish in the long jump as he set a personal record with a distance of 6.63 meters in the event.
  • James Russell Ballowe also set a personal record as he posted a time of 4:10.92 in 1,500 meter race.
  • Braidon Miller threw well for the Tornado as he placed eighth overall in the discus event with a distance of 38.92 meters.
  • TJ McMurray threw 12.42 meters in the shot put to take an 18th place finish in the event.

UP NEXT

  • King is back in action April 27-28 when they travel to Central, South Carolina for the Conference Carolinas Outdoor Track and Field Championships.