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Spartans Wrap Up Weekend at Bryan Clay and Mt. Sac


AZUSA, Calif.—
Ajamu Reed and Osayi Omorodion won their events to lead San José State in a two-meet day at the Bryan Clay Invitational and the Mt. Sac Relays.

  • Reed took first place in the Men's Long Jump at the Bryan Clay Invitational by jumping a distance of 7.93m (26'0.25"). The mark is the third-farthest in SJSU history and moves Reed above SJSU legend Tommie Smith in the records list
  • Omorodion won the Women's 100m Hurdles event at the Bryan Clay Invitational with a time of 13.63 seconds. Her mark is the third-fastest in school history
  • In the Men's 400m Dash at the Bryan Clay Invitational, teammates Jaden Smith and Jeremiah Walker tied for second place with times of 46.79 seconds. They recorded the times in separate heats and so an official second and third place was not determined
  • Alyssa Bean, Gabby Spencer, Sophie Liao and Sharli'e McCuller teamed up to win the Women's 400m Relay event at the Bryan Clay Invitational in 45.48 seconds. Their time is the fourth-fastest relay mark in school history
  • The Men's 400m Relay team comprised of Jalen Adams, Shamond Brooks Jr., Jared Jones and Roland Hammork took third place at the Bryan Clay Invitational with a time of 40.53 seconds

UP NEXT: The Spartans will hit the road for their last meet of the regular season, the Fresno State Invitational, which is held April 28 and 29.