NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Commodore Indoor Invitational concluded on Saturday with the Tennessee State women’s track and field team putting together a number of solid performances.
After crossing the finish line in 8.45 in the prelims of the 60m hurdles, Amber Hughes (Atlanta, Ga.) dropped her time to 8.36 to place second overall. Clairwin Dameus (Boynton Beach, Fla.) also shaved time off her 60m hurdles time, going from 8.45 in the prelims to 8.41 in the finals to earn fifth.
In the shot put, Angel Davis (Decateur, Ga.) captured sixth in the shot put with a distance of 12.74m (41’9.75”).
On the track, Christian Pryor (Detroit, Mich.) posted a time of 2:16.71 in the 800m, while Mikayla Banks (Houston, Texas) had the top time for the Tigerbelles in the 400m in 57.65.
TSU’s 4x400m relay team of Hughes, Dameus, Kayla Pryor (Ellenwood, Ga.) and Christian Pryor put together a time of 3:45.38, which was good enough for third on the day.
Next up, TSU heads to Bloomington, Ind. for the Gladstein Invitational on Jan. 22-23.