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Jackets Conclude Competition at FSU Relays

TALLAHASSEE, FL – Georgia Tech track and field teams conclude competition at the FSU Relays. To end competition this week, the Jackets shined in multiple events.

In the women’s 800-meter event, six Jackets finished in the Top 10. Gracie Marston was the first Jacket to cross the finish line in third place, with a time of 2:11.21, followed by Kayla Rose who finished with a time of 2:11.72. The next four Jackets to finish for Tech were Lottie Chappell in fifth (2:11.80), Allie Walker in sixth (2:13.25), Reagan Mahoney in seventh (2:13.76) and Riley Perlakowski in eighth (2:13.87). 

In the men’s 800-meter event, Jeremiah LaDuca was the first to cross for Tech, finishing in fifth with a time of 1:53.90. Alexander Arrambide and Winston DeCuir III also competed in this event, Arrambide finished eighth with a time of 1:54.57 followed by DeCuir who finished with a time of 1:54.63. 

In the women’s 100-meter hurdles, Anna Witherspoon recorded a time of 13.87, earning a fourth-place finish. Lydia Troupe finished fifth in the women’s 400-meter hurdles recording a time of 59.85 

The Freshman for Tech excelled in both the men’s and women’s 100-meter dash. On the men’s side, Eric Singleton Jr. finished with a second-place time of 10.56. For the women, Jade Ofotan finished fourth with a time of 11.86. 

Ofotan also competed in the women’s 200-meter dash, finishing ninth with a time of 24.68.  

Tristan Autry returned to the track, competing in the men’s 1500-meter run. The junior recorded a third-place finish of 4:04.03.  

Jameson Miller and Caden Terrell competed in the men’s 400-meter dash. Miller finished second with a time of 47.57 and Terrell finished 10th with a time of 49.23. 

The women’s 4×100 team comprised of Ofotan, Witherspoon, Tacari Demery and Christina Joseph ran a second-place time of 46.69. 

Due to inclement weather, the 4×400 relays were cancelled.  

UP NEXT 

The Jackets will split the weekend at the Florida Relays and Raleigh Relays Thursday, Mar. 28 and Friday, Mar. 29.  

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