AUSTIN, Texas -- Washington State junior Erin Allen finished sixth in the intermediate hurdles final Friday night during the third day of the 87th Annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays in Austin.
Allen, from Kenmore, Wash., ran a time of 1 minute 0.64 seconds in the final of the University/College Women’s 400m hurdles. She had run a prelims time Thursday of 59.92 seconds which was ninth-best among the 62 women competing. Allen’s PR time of 59.05 came last weekend in winning the event at the WSU at UCLA dual in Los Angeles.
Kristine Felix (sophomore, Wailuku, Hawai’i) tied for fifth place in the University/College Women’s pole vault with a clearance at 13-feet 1 1/2 inches (4.00m).
Shaquana Logan (junior, Tacoma) finished 17th in the University/College Women’s 100m hurdles with a time of 13.71 seconds. In the University Men’s 110m hurdles, Josiah Sims (senior, Tacoma) ran a time of 14.42w for 22nd and Garrett Gerling (redshirt junior, Walla Walla) ran a time of 14.61 for 32nd.
Dominique Keel (sophomore, Beaverton, Ore.) took 29th in the University/College Women’s 100m dash with a time of 11.87 and Danielle Darden (freshman, Aliso Viejo, Calif.) ran a time of 12.05 for 42nd.
WSU’s squad of Logan, Candice McFarland, Keel and Darden finished 23rd in the University/College Women’s 400m Relay prelims with a time of 46.43.
The Texas Relays, held at Mike A. Myers Stadium, concludes Saturday but WSU's participation is done.