CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Tigerbelles put together another impressive display on day two of the APSU Invitational by claiming six collegiate titles.
Angel Davis claimed victories in the shot put and discus on Saturday. The senior won with a toss of 13.26m in the shot and launched the disc 42.70m. Daimer Gordon followed Davis placing second in the discus with a distance of 39.60m.
On the track, Kayla Pryor finished as the top collegian in the 100 meters, edging out teammate Crystal Williams by one-one hundredths of a second. Both runners registered personal bests as Pryor broke the tape in 12.34, ahead of Williams’ 12.35.
Raven Davis continued the dominance of the race for TSU as she finished two spots behind Williams as she clocked in at 12.46.
In the 100m hurdles, the Tigerbelles claimed first and third as Williams bested the field in 13.99, while Maya Ramsey stopped the clock at 14.55.
Clairwin Dameus claimed first place finishes in the 400m hurdles and the long jump, while placing third in the high jump. The Boynton Beach, Fla. product was the lone runner to break the one minute mark as she timed out at 59.80. Pryor placed fourth in the same event, posting a time of 1:05.87.
Dameus out leaped all collegians in the long jump in a distance of 6.19 and continued her day as she tied with teammate Cyra Beard in the high jump as they cleared the bar at 1.65.
The Tigerbelles are back in action next weekend as the travel to Atlanta, Ga. to compete in the Georgia Tech Invite from Apr. 22-23.