The North Carolina track and field team competed in the Florida Relays and NC State’s Raleigh Relays this weekend.
On the first day of the Florida Relays, sophomore Madison Wiltrout threw 52.45 meters in the women’s javelin to set a new career-high. Sophomore Dontavian Smith ran a season-high in the men’s 100-meter with a time of 10.69 seconds. Sophomore Isaiah Palmer finished the men’s 400-meter in 46.62 seconds, placing third fastest for men’s in the ACC.
During the first day of competition in Raleigh, redshirt junior Nicole Greene jumped a career-high 1.85 meters in the women’s high jump. Junior Brandon Tubby ran a personal best of 3:44.53 in the men’s 1,500 meter. Redshirt sophomore Luke Peterson also ran a personal best in the men’s 1,500 meter with a time of 3:51.32. Junior Erin Edmundson ran a career-high of 4:27.74 in the women’s 1,500 meter and placed 11th in the women’s 800-meter with a 2:10.30.
Graduate student Nick Golebiowski ran a lifetime-best of 29:49.30 in the 10,000 meter to open his final NCAA season. In the men’s long jump, first-year Kenan Hartung hit a season-high of 4.80 meters.