Snoddy Highlights Day Two At Vanderbilt Invite
Broderick Snoddy wins two events on final day of Vandy Invite
Jan. 25, 2014
Broderick Snoddy won the 60 and 200 meters to highlight the final day of competition for the Georgia Tech track and field team Saturday at the Vanderbilt Invitational.
Snoddy set a new facility record and tied his personal -best time of 21.23 to take first in the 200 meters. He won the 60-meter dash, improving his preliminary second-place time of 6.87 to 6.71 to win in the finals.
Also on the track, Spencer Allen tied for eighth in the preliminaries of the 60-meter hurdles in a time of 8.14.
In the field events, Julienne McKee finished third in the triple jump, 12.60m (41-04.25). Carissa Tipler and Jasmine Bush finished third and fourth, respectively in their flight and 12th and 14th, respectively overall. Tipler leaped to a distance of 11.64m (38-02.25) and Bush jumped to a season-best 11.61m (38-01.25) mark.
In the final events of the day, the foursome of Christina Pensock, Ama Larbi, Malin Trollsas and Jazmyne Taylor took fifth in the women's 4x400-meter relay with a time of 3:52.03. Alexander Reese, Julian Darden, Zack Fanelty and Cole Jackob improved the team's 4x400-meter relay time this season from 3:27.21 to 3:22.18 to take eighth in the event. A "B" group ran by Rockne Burns, Nat Estes, Jeremy Greenwald and Nico Netzler followed in ninth place, crossing the line in a time of3:24.74.
The Jackets are back in action Feb. 7-8 at the Samford Invite in Birmingham, Ala.