By Layne Weitzel, TTU Sports Information
LOUISVILLE – Tennessee Tech ended its 2018 outdoor regular season on Saturday, competing up at the University of Louisville's Lenny Lyles / Clark Wood Invitational.
The Golden Eagles put up five personal records – among them was Na'Asha Robinson's 11.73 time in the 100m dash prelims, which stands as a new school record. Teammate Lisa Wickham had held the record at 11.76 for two weeks after setting it at the Austin Peay Governors Invitational in mid-April.
Tech also racked up five top-5 finishes, including a win in the 4x400m relay. Robinson, Khemani Roberts, Ceirra Tate and D'Airrien Jackson combined for a time of 3:45.62 to finish first in their heat and of the event's eight competing teams.
Jackson and Micayla Rennick took runner-up finishes in the 400m dash and 1500m run respectively, and Jackson also finished third in the 200m dash with a career-best time of 24.25.
Tech's 4x100m relay squad of Tate, Wickham, Jackson and Robinson placed fifth in 46.21.