Newark, Del (Mar. 24) --- Delaware State finishes in second place at the Delaware Classic, scoring a total of 98 points.

Egypt Parker dominated the weekend. Parker finished first in the shot put with a distance of 13.41 meters; the performance qualified her for the Outdoor MEAC Championships.  In addition, she finished second in the discus with a recorded distance of 40.81 meters.

The quartet of Tyra Coach, Tikki Wise, Precious Igwebuike, and T’Keyah Macklin places in second with a time of 50.81 seconds in the 4 x 100 relay.

The 4 x 400 relay team comprised of Janae Pitt, Cydney Davis, Martina Smalls, and Mone’t Peterson also finishes in second with a time of 4-minutes-8.78 seconds.

Tikki Wise (25.76) and Leah White (26.95) places second and sixth respectively in the 200 meters.

Cydney Davis (1:01.86), Jashella Jenkins (1:02.58), and Leah White (1:04.32) finishes fifth, sixth, and eight respectively in the 400 meters.

Sylvia Okafor (2:32.17) finishes second in the 800 meters.

Katarzyna Rosikon (18:39.85) places second in the 5000 meters. Rosikon’s time was fast enough to qualify her for the Outdoor MEAC Championships.

Janae Pitt (1:07.60) places second in the 400 hurdles.

Amber Conyers finishes third in the triple jump with 10.70 meters, and also places sixth in the long jump with a distance of 4.78 meters.

Tiajah Robinson records a distance of 1.45 meters, placing fourth in the high jump.

Up next for the Lady Hornets is the Colonial Relays, starting on April 6th in Willamsburg, Va.





Delaware State women's outdoor track