After junior Roberto Vilches’ world-leading and NCAA-leading high jump attempt on Friday, the Missouri Athletics set nine personal bests in a continuation of the Razorback Invitational on Saturday.
Junior Arianna Fisher jumped for a 44-foot-4.28 first-place attempt in the women’s triple jump, breaking her own indoor school record set at the 2021 SEC Indoor Championships.
On the men’s side, junior Georgi Nachev won the triple jump, jumping 53 feet 4.94 inches. Nachev’s new PR ranks him second all-time in the event for Missouri.
With a packed field made up of multiple Power Five programs, Missouri still found themselves earning two more top-three finishes on Saturday.
In the women’s 3,000 meter race, rookie Abbey Wilson took second place with a time of 10 minutes, 7.74 seconds.
Freshman Mira Baccile took third place in the open women’s 60-meter hurdles, setting a PR, finishing in 9.31.
Senior Jayson Ashford and second student Jacob Brunsman finished first and second respectively in their 400m race, finishing less than a second apart. But it was Marc Poland who set a PR, finishing in 50.73.
In the mid-distance events, rookie Angus Beer set a personal best in the 800 meters, finishing in 1:50.40.
On the women’s side, junior Reilly Revord ran 2:12.83 in the 800m, making it back-to-back weeks with a new PR.
The distance team made up the rest of the personal bests set with sophomore Isabelle Christiansen and rookie Georgie Purcell clocking 4:51.59 and 5:6.04 in the women’s 1600m, respectively.
For the men’s 1600 m, rookie Johnny Martin set a personal best by running 4:16.53 in the event.
Missouri returns to competition on February 11 at the Iowa State Classic, its second trip to Ames, Iowa. The two-day encounter follows the Tigers’ first week off of the indoor season.