CLINTON, Miss. — Several Mississippi College men’s and women’s indoor track and field student-athletes appeared in the USTFCCCA National Rating Index, as announced by the organization, while the Gulf South Conference has rescheduled the Indoor Championships.
Tytavia Hardy posted a distance of 39’5″ (12.01m) in the triple jump this past weekend at the Samford Open. The distance won the event and stands 11th nationally and tops in the GSC and South Region.
Jazmin Hernandez is 17th in the 5,000 meters as she clocked a time of 17:15.67 in the KMS Open on Jan. 31. The time sits fifth in the conference and region. Emma Langley is 22nd nationally in the 800 meters with a time of 2:15.35. Her time ranks second in the GSC and in the South Region.
The distance medley relay team is 17th nationally with a time of 12:19.76 at the KMS Open. The DMR quartet of Langley, Hernandez, Ereyonna Gore and Madeline Campbell have the best time in the GSC and the region.
Jake Russell ranks 26th in the men’s 800 meters as he posted a time of 1:52.96. The time is second in the conference and in the region. Evan del Rio is 21st nationally in the 5,000 meters, which is also second in the conference and region. Both marks were set on Jan. 31 at the Magic City Elite.
Daviciea McCartney stands 18th nationally in the triple jump with a distance of 47’5″ (14.45m) in the triple jump, which is the best in the GSC and South Region. The Garland, Texas, native holds the 25th best mark in the long jump nationally. He recorded the second-best distance in the conference and South Region of 23’4.25″ (7.12m). Both marks came at the KMS Open on Jan. 31.
The Lady Choctaws rank second in the South Region while the men are fourth.
After seeing the GSC Indoor Championships postponed on Monday, Feb. 15, the conference announced a rescheduled date for the Championships on Wednesday, Feb. 24.