Track & Field | Mon, Mar. 7, 2016
Tallahassee, FL- Talladega College men’s and women’s track and field team particapted in Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU Relays) on March 5.
Freshman Dorian Cole won his event 800 meters, defeating runners from Grambling, Albany State, and conference competitor Edward Waters College. Sophomore Treshunn Miliner ran 10.95 advancing to the finals of the Men’s 100 meters placing 4th overall in the finals. Treshunn sprinted past top runners from Stillman College, and Florida A&M University. The sprint medley relay of Treshunn Miliner, Deandre Rainey, Donovan Reid, and Joshua Colfelt placed 3rd overall of 8 teams. Team from the MEAC, CIAA, and SIAC competed at the 65th annual FAMU RELAYS in total more than a dozen of HBCU’s were represented. Freshman Juwon Alridge was highlighted to have the sprint of the meet. Freshman Elijah Stewart ran the fastest time in the GCAC in the Men’s 5,000 meters. Dega Track had 16 student athletes compete in both track & field events scoring in the top 10 in each event.
On the women’s side TC had 8 athletes compete in 5 different events Freshman Jalin Moye, Keiyerra Mooring, Leticia Johnson in the women’s 200 meters, Ginette Coulanges in the 800 meters, and Samantha Nicholson highlighted the women’s 1500 meters, and in the field Kelly Anderson placed top 10 in both the shot put and discus events.