SJSU Shows Out in Day Two of Don Kirby Invitational

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— Osayi Omorodion, Demaris Waters, Roman Johnson, Cameron Tarver, and Shamond Brooks Jr. led SJSU in the second day of competition at the Don Kirby Invitational.

  • Omorodion took third place in the Women's 60 Meter High Hurdles Finals with a time of 8.57, the fourth-best performance in school history. That came after Omorodion set a new school record in the preliminary round with a time of 8.47.
  • In the Men's 60 Meter High Hurdles, Waters submitted a second-best all-time record and performance with a mark of 7.80. He beat his own personal record of 7.97 set earlier this season.
  • Johnson, Tarver and Brooks Jr. each entered their names into the record books for the Men's 60 Meter Dash. Johnson's time of 6.73 is the new third all-time performance, and Brooks Jr.'s mark of 6.80 is good for the third-best record and fourth-best performance. Tarver's time of 6.83 is now the fourth-best record in school history, and fifth-best in performances.
  • The Women's 4x400 Relay team set a new school record with a mark of 3:43.37. Sarah Mosteller, Alyssa Bean, Kaiya Johnson and Aliyah Williams anchored the squad as they finished fifth overall in the competition
  • Christopher Coats, Jaden Smith, William Mullins and Jeremiah Walker broke the previous Men's 4x400m Relay record with a mark of 3:08.30. They placed fourth overall in competition.

UP NEXT: The Spartans will look towards the Mountain West Indoor Championships from Feb. 23-25.

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