NEWARK, Del. –Tamisha Thomas broke her own school records in the 100 and 400m hurdles on Saturday afternoon at the University of Delaware Outdoor Open at UD Stadium.
A sophomore from Philadelphia, Pa., Thomas ran a 15.71 in the 100m hurdles and a 1:13.73 in the 400m hurdles. Her time in the shorter distance broke her own Wesley-record by nearly half a second while her time in the 400m hurdles was nearly a full second faster. She finished seventh and 11 in the events, respectively, going up against several Division I programs.
Shakeiya Marshall also had a solid afternoon by pacing seventh in the 100m dash in 13.84. Twila McCrea was just one-hundredth of a second from breaking the school-record in the 400m as she crossed the finish line in 1:03.15.
Wesley's women's track & field team is back in action next weekend at the two-day Widener Invitational on April 20-21.