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Track and Field Women Win HyVee Cup at Drake

Raena Rhone

April 26, 2014

Complete Results

With 38 points, the Baylor women's track and field team won the 2014 HyVee Cup at the Drake Relays on Saturday at Drake Stadium.

The men's squad also had a successful day earning two event titles and placing fifth in the HyVee Cup standings with 15 points.

The HyVee Cup, which was created in 2013, goes to the team with the best combined finishes in five relay events, the 4x100, 4x400, 4x800, distance medley and sprint medley,  at the meet. On Friday, the BU women had placed second in the 4x8 race to give them an opportunity to go for the crown on Saturday.

The women took advantage of that opportunity.

To open the day the sprint medley relay squad of Kehri Jones, Justise Dayries, Raena Rhone and Olicia Williams produced a time of 3:49.19 to be third.

The DMR crew of Maggie Montoya, Michelle Nwachukwu, Mariah Kelly and Rachel Johnson recorded the second-fastest time in school history in the event with a mark of 11:12.37 to be second.

In the 4x100-meter relay, the squad of Jones, Ashley Fields, Alyssa Nichols and Dayries ran a season-best time of 44.59 to take third.

To close out the night, the 4x400-meter relay team of Nichols, Fields, Williams and Rhone tallied a season-best mark of 3:31.89 to take the Drake Relays event title. That mark would have been sixth-nationally entering the weekend.

On the men's side, Trayvon Bromell picked up another title in the 100-meter dash as he posted a 10.19 to outpace the rest of the field by .11. His time on Saturday was .03 seconds slower than Friday's prelim time, but it was still tied for 10th-fastest in school history. The freshman also won the Texas Relays earlier this year with a NCAA-leading time of 10.01.

In the relays, the men's quartet of Alex Reece, Blake Heriot, Everett Walker and Bromell snagged another event title as they won the 4x100-meter crown in 39.14. That mark is .05 seconds off the group's season best mark, but is still fifth-fastest in school history.

The men's 4x400-meter team of Isaiah Duke, TJ Holmes, Brandon Moore and Heriot did however produce a season-best mark as they turned in a 3:05.20 to be fourth. That time is eighth-nationally.


  • Tiffani McReynolds was third in the 100-hurdle finals with a time of 13.34.
  • Derwin Graham recorded the second-fastest time in school history in the 3,000-meter event to place fourth with a mark of 8:59.93.
  • Bryce Grace was fifth in the finals of the 110-hurdles with a season-best wind-legal time of 13.96.
  • Everett Walker placed fifth in the 100-meter dash in 10.38.
  • Senior Erin Atkinson placed fourth in the hammer throw with a mark of 189-10 [57.87m].
  • Freshman Annie Rhodes tied for seventh in pole vault with a jump 12-9.5 [3.90m]. Despite being a season-low, the vault was still sixth-best in school history.

38 -
the number of points Baylor racked up to win the HyVee Cup

"We thought we would have a shot to win the trophy coming in and they did it in a really convincing way. It was really neat to be able to see them enjoy that tittle. The 4x4 group did a great job closing out the night. The girls just stepped up in a big way and ran a great time. It was a really good weekend." - head coach Todd Harbour on winning the HyVee Cup

"The men's 4x4 team ran an outstanding time on the end. It was a good weekend where we are taking positive steps forward. We have some guys injured that we would like to have back and we would have liked to have won it, but those guys did a super job. The 4x1 guys did a great job. Trayvon and Everett both ran well in the 100-meter dash." - Harbour on the men's team


Baylor athletes will continue their outdoor season by traveling back to Austin, Texas, for its third meet in the state's capital. The Bears will compete in the Longhorn Invitational on Saturday.

To stay current on all things Baylor Track, follow the team on Twitter: @BaylorTrack.

100 Meters
Men- Finals
1. Trayvon Bromell (FR) - 10.19 (tied for 10th fastest in school history)
5. Everett Walker (SR) - 10.38

1,500 Meters
-- Mariah Kelly (SR) - DNS

100 Hurdles
Women - Finals
3. Tiffani McReynolds (JR) - 13.34

110 Hurdles
Men- Finals
5. Bryce Grace (SO) - 13.96 (season-best wind legal time)

400 Hurdles
Men- Finals
19. TJ Holmes (FR) - 57.63

3,000 Steeplechase
4. Derwin Graham (JR) - 8:59.93 (second fastest in school history)

4x100-Meter Relay
Women  - Finals
3. Baylor (Kehri Jones, Ashley Fields, Alyssa Nichols, Justise Dayries) - 44.59 (season best)

Men  - Finals
1. Baylor (Alex Reece, Blake Heriot, Everett Walker, Trayvon Bromell) - 39.14 (fifth fastest in school history)

4x400-Meter Relay
Women - Finals
1. Baylor (Alyssa Nichols, Ashley Fields, Olicia Williams, Raena Rhone) - 3:31.89 (season-best and sixth nationally)

Men - Finals
4. Baylor A (Isaiah Duke, TJ Holmes, Brandon Moore, Blake Heriot) - 3:05.20 (season best and eighth nationally)

Distance Medley Relay
Women - Finals
2. Baylor (Maggie Montoya, Michelle Nwachukwu, Mariah Kelly, Rachel Johnson) - 11:12.37 (second-fastest in school history)

Men - Finals
13. Baylor (Greg Bostick, Karrie Butler, Randall Dias, Jonathan Tijerina) - 10:04.06

Sprint Medley Relay
Men - Finals
-- Baylor (Everett Walker, Trayvon Bromell, Karrie Butler, Brandon Moore) - DNS

Women - Finals
3. Baylor (Kehri Jones, Justise Dayries, Raena Rhone, Olicia Williams) - 3:49.14

Triple Jump
21. Kaitlin West (JR) - 37-7.75 [11.47m]
-- Brianna Richardson (SO) - DNS

Pole Vault

t7. Annie Rhodes (FR) - 12-9.5 [3.90m] (sixth-best in school history)

Hammer Throw
4. Erin Atkinson (SR) - 189-10 [57.87m]



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