By Layne Weitzel, TTU Sports Information
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Though the Hilltopper Relays were shortened by a day due to snow expected for Saturday, Tennessee Tech got lots of work done at Western Kentucky on Friday.
The Golden Eagles broke a school record, won three events and added two more OVC-leading times to bring their total to seven top marks in the conference.
Individually, Wickham placed second in the 100m dash with a personal-best time of 11.88, breaking Tech's previous program record of 11.92 that had been held by Bethany Burney since April 17, 2004.
Robinson won the 200m dash with a time of 24.00 flat.
Freshman Purity Sanga also took home a win in the 1500m run, finishing in 4:37.93.
Wickham's 100m dash time and Robinson's 200m dash time each rank first in the OVC, giving Tech two additional conference-leading marks.
"It was a very productive meet from top to bottom," said head coach Wayne Angel. "We accomplished a lot as a team. The sprints, field events and distances performed well today. We are definitely rounding the corner and moving in a positive direction."