Azusa, California - Trinity's men's and women's track & field teams members continued to set high marks Friday at the Bryan Clay Invitational, at Azusa Pacific University.
Abigail Schneebeck ran the women's 100-meter hurdles in 15.20 seconds, a personal-best time, and second in school history. Schneebeck also had a PR in the 400 hurdles, at 1:03.99, moving her to fourth in Trinity's record books.
Andy Garza also had a PR in the 400 hurdles, at 1:05.69.
Stella Affognon threw the javelin 24.31 meters for a PR.
Britney Sullivan posted a season-best 11.78 meters in the triple jump. Sullivan was waiting to she if she qualified for the meet finals late Friday.
Katie Groke had a season-best time of 58.98 seconds in the 400 meters.
In the men's events, Trent Walker ran his best-ever race in the 400 hurdles, in 57.84 seconds. He also had a PR in the 110 hurdles, at 15.58 seconds.
Colton Hawkins posted a personal-best in the 800 meter run, finishing in 1:57.07 to earn a spot in the top 10 in school history.
Adam Saunders had a strong 100-meter dash, racing to the finish in 11.02 seconds for his second-best time of the season.
Michael Erickson came in just under four minutes in the 1,500 meters, while Laura Taylor crossed the finish in her best time of the season in the women's 1,500. Molly McCullough also enjoyed her second-best time of the year in the race.
Katie Groke was also just short of her personal-best after finishing the 400-meter dash in less than 59 seconds.
Trinity will host the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's and Women's Track & Field Championships April 28-29.