Johnson Wins 10,000 At Penn Relays

ATLANTA (April 27) – Georgia Tech senior Judy Johnson of Snellville, Ga., won the 10,000 meters at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, Pa., running a personal best time of 34:41.30. Johnson’s performance is the second-best time in school history in the event, behind Tracey Harrell’s 1994 record of 34:27.50. Last weekend, Johnson earned all-Atlantic Coast Conference honors with a third-place finish in the 10,000.

Freshman Jamie Ostrov finished ninth in the women’s high jump with a jump of 5 feet-5.75 inches, while sophomore Mishanta Reyes (Bronx, N.Y.) placed 13th in the long jump at 18 feet-9.25 inches. Becky Megesi was 24th in the 3000 meters with a 9:53.32.

The Penn Relays continue through Saturday.

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