Trinity Athletes Set Top Marks at D3 Challenge

Trinity Athletes Set Top Marks at D3 Challenge

Seguin, Texas - Trinity's men's and women's track & field team members enjoyed a record-breaking day at Texas Lutheran University's D3 Challenge on Saturday.



Peyton Tuggle broke a school record in the men's 100-meter dash with a time of 10.68 seconds. Tied at the top of Trinity's list were Don Moody (1995) and current Tiger football coach Jerheme Urban (2003), who each posted times of 10.72 seconds for the previous record.

The men's 4x100-meter relay team of Tuggle, Christopher Stewart, Christian Matta, and Romeo De Leon won the event in 41.74 seconds, which places them in third in school history.

Naim Barnett won the men's triple jump with a mark of 14.20 meters, which also moves him into third place in school history.

Tanner Lacy emerged as the men's pole vault champion with a height of 4.39 meters to place himself fourth in the Trinity record book.

Allison Hill won both women's mile and the 800 meter races, while Abigail Bannon-Schneebeck took the gold in both the 100-meter and 400-meter hurdles events.

Mia Loseff won the pole vault with a mark of 3.48 meters, while Stella Affognon scored top honors in the discus with her throw of 39.51 meters. Both Tiger student-athletes already hold the school records in their respective events.

Androniki Defteraiou captured the long jump at 4.99 meters, and Andy Garza was victorious with her mark of 10.92 meters in the triple jump.



The Tigers will compete March 29-30 at Texas State Bobcat Meet in San Marcos, Texas.