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Tigerbelles host the TSU Invite
Friday, January 28, 2011

Nashville, Tenn. - The Tennessee State University Tigerbelles will compete at home when they host the TSU Invite on Saturday, Jan. 29, inside the Gentry Center.

The meet is slated to start at 8 a.m. on the Wilma Rudolph Indoor Track with pole vault jump-starting the field events.

The running events will start at 10:30 a.m. with the 55m hurdles and the meet will continue with a rolling schedule. There will be two heat finals in the 55m hurdles and 55m dash.

Teams scheduled to compete include: Alabama A&M, Alabama State, Alabama-Huntsville, Albany State, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Austin Peay State, Bethel (Tenn.), Bevill State, Chattahoochee, Tech, Covenant, Jackson State, Jacksonville State, Lipscomb, Miles, Mississippi Valley State, Savannah State, Sewanee, Tennessee Tech, Union and Vanderbilt.

After a week off, the Tigerbelles will look to improve after a strong showing in the Saluki Open at Southern Illinois two weeks ago. The 4x400m relay team won the event breaking the tape with a time of 3:53.15. RECAP...

This will be the team's second competition at home this season after hosting the Ed Temple Classic earlier this month. The T-belles posted stellar performances by Martinique Guice, Teannah Holland and 4x400m relay team. RECAP...

For their next meet, TSU will return to Murfreesboro, Tenn. for the second time this year when they compete in the Middle Tennessee State Invitational. The meet is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 5.