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OSU Women’s track team wins Big Ten championship

 

Christina Manning (courtesy of OSU athletics)

OSU won six individual titles on the final day of the Big Ten women’s track championships and won its first outdoor title over the weekend at Iowa City, Iowa. The Buckeyes scored 135 points, 13 more than defending champion Penn State.

Christina Manning led the Buckeyes by winning the 100-meter hurdles (12.86 seconds) and 100 meters (11.29). She also anchored the winning 400 relay team (43.94).

Madison McNary won the 200 (23.22), and Shaniqua McGinnis won the 400 (53.63) by .002 seconds. Kelcey McKinney won the triple jump (42 feet).

 

Info courtesy of OSU athletics

Wright earns third Big Ten weekly honor after record-setting Drake Relays performance

 

Letecia Wright (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State sprinter/hurdler Letecia Wright was named track athlete of the week by the Big Ten Conference. This is the seventh athlete of the week honor for the All-American in her career and third this season.

Wright, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, won the award after a stellar, record-breaking performance at the 102nd Drake Relays. Wright had the best performance for the Scarlet and Gray in the 100m hurdles. The defending champion in the event used a personal-best time of 12.87 to not only win the hurdles, but break the 10-year-old Drake Relays record in the process.

The eye-popping time is also the number 4 time in Division I this season, first in the Big Ten and third best in school history.

Wright, a  senior, also teammed up with Christina Manning, Chesna Sykes and Madison McNary for the 4x100m relay. Together, that foursome broke another Drake record and an Ohio State record to finish second overall in 43.93.

 

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OSU’s Wright sets track record in Iowa

 

Letecia Wright (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State women’s track star Letecia Wright broke the Drake Relays record in winning the 100-meter hurdles in 12.87 seconds in Des Moines, Iowa.

Wright, Christina Manning, Chesna Sykes and Madison McNary set an OSU record in the 400 relay at 43.75.

 

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OSU women’s track All-American Manning earns Big Ten weekly honor

 

Christina Manning (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State All-American Christina Manning has been named Big Ten track athlete of the week after finishing first in two events at last weekend’s Jesse Owens Track Classic.

The native of Waldorf, Maryland, posted the fastest time in the Big Ten this season and the fifth-best mark in school history, crossing the finish line in 11.58 for first place in the 100 meter dash. Manning led a 1-2-3-4 sweep for the Buckeyes to knock off two-time defending Big Ten champion Shavon Greaves of Penn State.

Manning also competed in the 100 meter hurdles where she took second with a time of 13.05.

In the 4×100 relay, Manning, Letecia Wright, Madison McNary and Chesna Sykes combined for a win in 44.52. Manning anchored the relay team and together they ran the field off the track to post the second-fastest time in school history.

 

Info courtesy of OSU athletics