The Flying Tigers and Tigerbelles snatched five individual titles as several alums looked on, including TSU legend Ralph Boston.
Brielle Moore started captured the women's 100-meter hurdles title with her time of 14.87. Latia Carney followed in second with a time of 15.15, while Daniecce Ward clocked in at 15.47.
Carney won the women's 400-meter hurdles, pacing a time of 1:05.51. Teammate Kenisha Ladler placed in fifth with a time of 1:11.73.
Ward claimed another high jump title, clearing a height of 5-1 ¾ (1.57m). The senior placed third with her leap of 37-9 ½ (11.52m) in the triple jump. Felicia Oladokun placed fourth, leaping 37-3 ¾ (11.37m).
Freshman Ashontae Jackson placed second in the long jump with her distance of 18-2 ½ (5.55m). Ashontae Jackson earned a pair of podium finishes, placing second in the 200-meter dash (24.53) and third in the 100-meter dash (12.05).
Cincinnati native Diera Taylor claimed third in the 200m with her time of 25.03. Breanna Adams claimed fifth in the 800-meter run, notching a time of 2:19.47.
In field events, Brittani Logan claimed the women's shot put title tossing the silver bullet 43-10 ¾ (13.38m), while Cierra Joshua earned third tossing 36-11 ¾ (11.27m).
The Tigerbelles tandem of Adams, Jackson, Taylor and Kya Riley claimed the women's 4x4 relay with a time of 3:47.31. The 4x100 team (Betts, Jackson, Taylor and Carolyn Petway) won second at 47.18.
For the Flying Tigers, Arthur Combest had a strong performance with two top-3 finishes. Combest placed second in the high jump, clearing 6-8 (2.03m). He also ran 14.83 in the 110-meter hurdles for a third place mark.
Lamonte Burton was fourth (22.25) in the 200-meter dash, while Adrian McDaniel was third (13:17.62) in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
Freshman Alex Griffin had a strong day, throwing 44-7 (13.59m) in the shot put for second. He also grabbed second in the discus throw, notching a distance of 119-3 (36.36m).
Tennessee State track & field remains in Nashville for next Saturday's Vanderbilt Invitational.
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