USTFCCCA InfoZone Vanderbilt Team Info
Outdoor Track Schedule. March Vanderbilt Black and Gold Nashville, Tenn. March 30 Austin Peay Invitational Clarksville, Tenn. April 6 Jacksonville. Dec 1, , Vanderbilt Indoor Opener. Nov 9 May , , SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships Mar , , Vanderbilt Black and Gold. Memphis, Tenn. Fri, Mar. 23, TBAat Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Sat, Mar. 24, All Dayat Vanderbilt Black.
If you watched her from the stands or from the infield, it appeared as if she was staring off into the distance — a million miles from where she was currently standing. Rennick stood at the line, focused on the moment and strategies racing through her mind. When would be the moment to make her move?
Men's Track & Field
What kind of pace did she need to start with? What did she need to do to help the team? She also won the award at the OVC indoor meet, as well as the regular-season female athlete of the year honors in both.
April 23, Tech soars to No. April 9, Tech moves to No. The Golden Eagles now stand at No.
April 3, Tech at No. February 12, Eyes on the prize: The Tech squad had phenomenal indoor and outdoor seasons in the campaign, tallying runner-up and third-place finishes at the OVC championships respectively.
Track & Field Gets Set for Vanderbilt Black & Gold Invite - Belmont Bruins
Then it bites me in the ass, literally Those glutes were burnin'. At least I did not finish last in either race heh - second to last is better than last. The m was really disappointing, coming off an indoor I felt light, fit, confident. I weighed about I thought for sure I had it together for a fast race.
I think I was too influenced by the 3 fast guys in my heat They had me by 10m by the m mark. That's to be expected in a DI meet.
I didn't feel the tightness til about 20m before the end. That's when I lost time.
TFRRS | Vanderbilt (Women)
I knew it wouldn't be fast. The m started out ok, I thought I was being conservative until I passed the split clock in 25 something. I came off the final turn shoulder to shoulder with another runner and I put the effort in too soon and was toast in the last 30m. If I had conserved a bit more down the backstretch, it would have been a better result.
The fatigue seemed to grab ahold quickly on the home stretch. At m, I felt as calm as a walk in the park, my mouth wasn't even open to breathe.
Even at m, I felt ok.