BALDWIN CITY, Kansas – The Baker University men's and women's outdoor track & field teams made the short trek to Ottawa, Kansas on Saturday for the 2017 Ottawa Invitational.
Baker's No. 11 ranked men's outdoor track & field team had some impressive marks including one by Tyler Randall, as he ran an exceptional 400-meter on Saturday. The senior took home first place and ran a 49.91 in the final heat.
Greg Flores finished as the top collegiate runner in the men's 1,500-meter race in a time of 4:17.68 taking home second-place and teammate Andrew Emmanuels finished third in 4:25.66.
Joe Linder also finished as the top collegiate placer in the men's 5,000-meter race in a time of 16:06, good for second-place.
Michael Riddle finished in first place in the men's 400-meter hurdles in a time of 57.44, Baker finished 1-3 in the event, as Fabien Franck-Love took home second and Josh Chalker was third.
Baker's men's 4x400-meter relay team again shined with a first-place team finish time of 3:33.42.
Birdsong Warren took home first place in the men's high jump with a jump of 1.92m. And Kendall Holloman also captured first in the women's pole vault with her vault of 3.33m.
Garrett Howland finished as the top collegiate athlete, as he took home second place in the men's pole vault at 4.25m.
Jordan Heinrich won the women's discus with a toss of 37.26m and Cory Peoples won the men's hammer throw competition with a throw of 50.73m qualifying him for the NAIA National Championships, as he earned a mark in the 'B' Standard.
And Andy Zeitlow took home the top collegiate spot in the men's javelin with his second-place finish throw of 52.23m.
To view results from the event, please click here.