The University of Louisville track and field teams wrapped up the Louisville Invitational with eight wins, two school records and 34 top five finishers. Emmonnie Henderson set a new school record in the shot put while the women’s 4×100 meter relay team also set a new school record. The women finished second with 165 points while the men finished third with 134.5 points.

“We had an outstanding weekend of track and field at Cardinal Park,” said head coach Dale Cowper. “I’m very impressed with the way our squads are coming together and look forward to seeing all events firing at 100 percent in four weeks at the ACC Championships.”

The Cardinals swept the 3,000 meter steeplechase to kick off the running events. Claire Noser won the women’s 3,000 meter steeplechase with a time of 10:41.90. Edwin Kibichiy won the steeplechase with a time of 8:51.21 for a season best mark.

Emmonnie Henderson won the women’s shot put with a new school record. Henderson threw a personal best of 17.98m/59-00.00 to win the event while also setting a new meet record. She surpassed the school record of 17.50m/57-5.00 that she set last weekend at the Alabama Relays.

The women’s 4×100 meter relay team of Kelsey Heyward, Bre’Yana Wash, Alexis Gibbons and Raven Grant finished second in the event, setting a new school record with a time of 45.22.

Oliver Newport won the men’s long jump for the second straight week with a season best mark of 7.77m/25-6. Martice Moore won the 400 meter hurdles with a personal best time of 51.26

Renate von Tonder won her first career event in the women’s triple jump. She finished with a new personal best mark of 12.48m/40-11.50 for the win.

Louisville also swept the 5,000 meter run. Bailey Davis won on the women’s side with a time of 17:29.13, marking her first career win. Calvin Chemoiywo won on the men’s side with a time of 15:03.79, marking his second win of the season in the event.

The Cardinals will have the week off before hosting the Lenny Lyles/Clark Wood Invitational April 28-29 at Cardinal Park.

Louisville Invitational
April 15, 2017 | Cardinal Park

Women’s Standings
1) Purdue 193
2) Louisville 165
3) Indiana 122
4) Michigan State 100
5) Pittsburgh 86
6) Notre Dame 51

Men’s Standings
1) Indiana 156.50
2) Purdue 139
3) Louisville 134.50
4) Michigan State 98
5) Notre Dame 89
6) Pittsburgh 87

Men’s Javelin
8. John Kolb – 45.49m/149-03

Women’s Javelin
2. Halee Hudson – 41.24m/135-04
3. Emily Bryan – 39.70m/130-03
4. Linda Mutter – 37.70m/123-08
8. Holly Hankenson – 30.26m/99-03

Women’s 3000m Steeple Chase
1. Claire Noser – 10:41.90
4. Abigail Wright – 11:05.64
7. Lauren Radenhausen – 12:20.98

Men’s 3,000m Steeple Chase
1. Edwin Kibichiy – 8:51.21
6. Julien Magallanes – 9:42.46

Women’s 4x100m
2. Louisville – 45.22
(Heyward, Wash, Gibbons, Grant)

Men’s Shot Put
4. Christian Buckley – 16.80m/55-01.50
6. Mitchell Kessler – 14.49m/47-06.50

Women’s 1500 Meters
11. Mia Ross – 4:30.78
18. Aurilla Wilson – 4:45.15
29. Britney Hansen – 5:04.14

Women’s Shot Put
1. Emmonnie Henderson – 17.98m/59-00.00
8. Megan Brooks – 13.84m/45-05.00

Women’s Pole Vault
3. Morgan Zacharias – 3.85m/12-07.50
Women’s 100m Hurdles
4. Sydney Hill – 13.84
6. Holly Hankenson – 14.14
9. Brianne Brown – 14.22
14. Linda Mutter – 15.04

Men’s 110m Hurdles
4. Martice Moore – 14.18
12. Eric Fox – 16.00

Men’s 1500m
21. Jonathan Reynolds – 3:57.87

Women’s 400m
8. Taylor Bradley – 55.78
9. Asiah Smith – 56.56
13. Gretel Caballero – 58.82

Men’s 400m
4. Teague Peck – 48.85
8. Carlos Coleman – 49.84
10. Anthony Crandon – 50.14

Women’s Long Jump
2. Alexis Gibbons – 6.32m/20-09.00
3. Bre’Yana Wash – 6.26m/20-06.50
14. Maranda Mills – 5.66m/18-07.00
15. Holly Hankenson – 5.53m/18-01.75
16. Renate Van Tonder – 5.51m/18-01.00

Women’s 100m
2. Raven Grant – 11.39
11. Brianne Brown – 11.95
16. Jessica Jangram – 13.58

Men’s 100m
3. Daniel Bien-Aime – 10.57
6. Bolaji Ogbulu – 10.74

Women’s 800m
16. Labreea Hall – 2:15.56
22. Aurilla Wilson – 2:19.85

Men’s 800m
15. Jonathan Reynolds – 1:57.23
18. Holden Wells – 2:01.26

Women’s 400m Hurdles
2. Gwen Shaw – 59.58
5. Kelsey Heyward – 1:01.75
8. Sydney Hill – 1:03.48

Women’s High Jump
2. Linda Mutter – 1.69m/5-06.50

Men’s Discus
2. John Kolb – 53.62m/175-11
5. Christian Buckley – 51.75m/169-09
9. Trevor Troutman – 46.97m/154-01
12. Darrius Lopez – 37.18m/122-00

Men’s Long Jump
1. Oliver Newport – 7.77m/25-06.00

Men’s 400m Hurdles
1. Martice Moore – 51.26

Women’s Discus
2. Emmonnie Henderson – 51.26m/168-02
8. Lilli Popovich – 45.77m/150-02
9. Alexa Coubal – 45.02m/147-08
10. Natalie Uhl – 44.66m/146-06
11. Dolly Nyemah, – 43.86m/143-11

Women’s 200m
2. Raven Grant – 23.07
11. Taylor Bradley – 24.44
14. Asiah Smith – 24.72
22. Gretel Caballero – 25.57
26. Linda Mutter – 26.70
29. Jessica Jangram – 28.60

Men’s 200m
9. Bien-Aime, Daniel – 21.69
11 Ogbulu, Bolaji – 21.99
15 Crandon, Anthony – 22.55

Women’s 5,000m
1. Bailey Davis – 17:29.13
9. Hannah Herd – 19:25.69
12. Michelle Appel – 20:20.00
13. Morgan Crouch – 20:26.48

Men’s 5,000m
1. Calvin Chemoiywo – 15:03.79
5. Daniel Fleace – 15:31.72

Women’s 4x400m Relay
3. Louisville – 3:43.51
(Gibbons, Wash, Hankenson, Shaw)

Men’s 4x400m Relay
4. Louisville – 3:11.46
(Coleman, Allen, Peck, Moore)

Women’s Triple Jump
1. Renate van Tonder – 12.48m/40-11.50
5. Nika Karpenko – 11.42m/37-05.75

Men’s High Jump
2. Jerin Allen – J2.11m/6-11.00
3. Javen Reeves – J2.11m/6-11.00
7. Skyler VanMeter – 2.01m/6-07.00

Men’s Triple Jump
2. Kaleb Rowe – 15.08m/49-05.75
3. Devin Valentine – 14.40m/47-03.00

Kimberli Pemberton
Assistant Sports Information Director
University of Louisville

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