Patience Marshall broke her own school record in the women’s shot put on Saturday at the Dick Taylor Carolina Challenge in Chapel Hill.
Marshall bested her former school-record mark of 13.99 meters by throwing a 14.32-meter toss today. The sophomore standout finished second overall in the event as unattached thrower Lena Giger placed first with a 16.30-meter throw.
On the track
Daequon Carr and Samuel Adams qualified for the 60-meter finals with times of 6.90 and 6.93. The duo both ran a 6.90 in the finals to finish sixth and seventh overall.
The women’s 4x400 meter relay team comprised of Jenae Dorsey, Naelee Stone, Nascha Blue, and Chastity Pickett finished fourth in 4:04.20, outpacing teams from High Point and Hampton.
In the field
Joy Gerow made a statement in her Campbell debut as she captured second in the women’s weight throw with a mark of 14.75 meters.
Jenna Dankert earned two podium finishes in both the shot put and the weight throw. Dankert’s 14.10-meter mark in the shot put is the second-best throw in school history as the junior finished third, while in the weight throw she set another personal record of 14.64 meters to place third.
Marshall set a new personal record in the women’s weight throw to go along with her shot put school record, setting her new mark at 14.24 meters. Samantha Ennis displayed a strong performance in her first meet as a Camel as the freshman finished fifth in both the shot put (13.25 meters) and the weight throw (13.27 meters).
Andrew Ward placed fifth in the weight throw (16.42 meters) while Jonhoi Clarke took fifth in the shot put (16.53 meters).
Women’s shot put
Patience Marshall: 14.32 meters (school record), second place
Jenna Dankert: 14.10 meters (personal record), third place
Samantha Ennis: 13.25 meters (personal record)
Men’s shot put
Jonhoi Clarke: 16.53 meters
Timon Edelen: 13.51 meters (personal record)
Jason Reilly: 11.83 meters (personal record)
Women’s weight throw
Joy Gerow: 14.75 meters (personal record), second place
Jenna Dankert: 14.64 meters (personal record), third place
Patience Marshall: 14.24 meters (personal record)
Samantha Ennis: 13.27 meters (personal record)
Caitlyn Vester: 12.47 meters
Jasmine Brown: 11.89 meters
Men’s weight throw
Andrew Ward: 16.42 meters
Dranton McClain: 15:39 meters (personal record)
Women’s long jump
Destiny Bailey-Perkins: 5.42 meters (personal record)
Hailey Huston Myles: 5.16 meters
Madeline Mayfield: 5.16 meters
Lakelyn Bass: 5.11 meters (personal record)
Men’s pole vault
Isaac Ray: 3.95 meters
Women’s 60-meter hurdles (prelims)
Nascha Blue: 8.90 (personal record)
Lakelyn Bass: 10.09 (personal record)
Madeline Mayfield: 10.12 (personal record)
Men’s 60-meter hurdles (prelims)
Jaden Jenkins: 8.66 (personal record)
Women’s 60-meter (prelims)
Naelee Stone: 7.79 (personal record)
Destiny Bailey-Perkins: 8.01 (personal record)
Hailey Huston Myles: 8.35 (personal record)
Men’s 60-meter (prelims)
Daequon Carr: 6.90
Samuel Adams: 6.93
Reggie Barlow: 6.94 (personal record)
Men’s 60-meter (finals)
Daequon Carr: 6.97 (6.962)
Samuel Adams: 6.97 (6.968)
Jenae Dorsey: 26.58
Nascha Blue: 27.32
Trevon Compito: 23.52
Jaden Jenkins: 24.51 (personal record)
Graeme Fisher: 54.01
Tyler Dollhausen: 54.49
Isabella Rowland: 5:27.53 (personal record)
Jade Baldwin: 5:35.22
Hannah Cranford: 5:39.98
Pace Clark: 4:23.09 (personal record)
Travis Gallimore: 4:32.87
Karson McKenzie (personal records)
Chastity Pickett: 2:30.59 (personal record)
Collin Cooper: 2:07.38 (personal record)
Women’s 4x400-meter relay
Jenae Dorsey, Naelee Stone, Nascha Blue, Chastity Pickett: 4:04.20
Men’s 4x400-meter relay
Reggie Barlow, Daequon Carr, Jaden Jenkins, Tyler Dollhausen: 3:39.04
The Fighting Camels head to the Gamecock Opener in Columbia, S.C. on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 17-18, and the JDL College Invite in Winston-Salem on Sunday, Jan. 19.