Abilene, Texas/Azusa, California - The Trinity men's and women's track & field teams turned in exemplary performances at the McMurry Open and Bryan Clay Invitational on Thursday.
Trinity's women's track & field squad placed sixth of 15 teams, while the men finished in a tie for eighth at the McMurry Open in Abilene.
Matt Love placed third in the men's discus, with a personal-best mark of 51.52 meters. Love is ranked third in the NCAA Division III, and leads the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Edgar Baez ran the 110-meter hurdles, clocking in a with a personal-best time of 15.86 seconds, for the runner-up slot.
Haley McFadden captured the women's 5k at 18:57.66, within only a second of her PR time.
Molly McCullough finished the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase with a personal-best time of 10:55.48 at the Bryan Clay Invitational in California. That time is second in Division III this season, and second all-time in Trinity history.
Laura Taylor finished fourth in her heat of the 5,000 meters, with a PR of 18:04.77, and a spot in the top 10 in Tiger track & field history for the event.
Elliot Blake ran the men's 5,000 meters with a personal-best time of 15:13.05, for a fourth-place finish in the heat, and the sixth-best time in school history.
The Bryan Clay Invitational concludes Friday in Azusa.