CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The University of Tampa men's and women's track teams send runners to a pair of locations this weekend, racing at both Charlotte and the University of Central Florida
INSIDE THE MATCHUP:
49er Classic Location: Irwin-Belk Track and Field Center | Charlotte, N.C.
Black and Gold Invitational Location: UCF Soccer and Track Complex | Orlando, Fla.
Host Institutions: University of Charlotte | University of Central Florida
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- Sean Popik established a new personal best in the 5K with a time of 15:34.
- Zoe Jarvis and Sydney Rhodes each set personal records in the 5K with times of 17:41 and 17:49 respectively.
- A personal record was also achieved by Trevor Kattenberg with a time of 32:17 in the 10K.
- The Spartans also had top times from Cassie Highsmith in the 5K at 18:32.
- In the men's race, Michael Wilson ran the 5K in 15:27 while Tyler Roberts was at 15:35.
- Joe Weber raced the 10K in 33:44.
Black and Gold Invitational
- Lindsey Marzo led the way for the Spartans in the 1,500 with a time of 5:08.88.
- A top-10 finish was recorded by James Dooley in the men's 1,500 as he finished in 4:06.81.
- In the men's 5K, Sam Schaeffer was the fastest Spartan at 16:40.81.
- Julia Lockridge and Lexi Bible both finished in the top-10 on the women's 800 with respective times of 2:18.72 and 2:19.37.
- The top Spartan in the men's 800 was Dalton Morley, who finished with a time of 1:54.76.
The Spartans will register runners at a pair of events next weekend, including the Bulls Invitational at South Florida on Friday and Saturday and the UNF Spring Break Invitational on Friday in Jacksonville.
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