April 15, 2005
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 Records
- Jessica Stockard of Georgia claimed the Sea Ray Relays heptathlon title, giving the Bulldogs their first victory in that event at this meet.
- Tiffany Ross-Williams of South Carolina won the 400m hurdles in a meet-record time of 55.93, breaking the 4/9/93 mark of 56.14 by Central State's Deon Hemmings.
- South Carolina won the 4x200m relay in 1:31.64, snapping the 4/15/00 Sea Ray Relays and Tom Black Track records of 1:32.17 by Clemson as well as the 4/10/93 Tom Black Track collegiate record of 1:33.06 by Auburn.
- Tiffany Ross-Williams of South Carolina won both the 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles, setting a meet record in the latter event and clocking the third-fastest time in the world (55.93) as well.
- Ross-Williams was the Sea Ray Relays 400m hurdles winner in 2002 (57.19) as the former Tiffany Ross.
- South Carolina won the 4x200m relay for the second time in three seasons, supplanting Tennessee (1:31.83) as the 2005 world leader with a read-out of 1:31.64.
- Nike's Catherine Berry, formerly of East Tennessee State University, won her fifth-consecutive 3000m run at Sea Rays. She did so with a time of 9:19.06, her fastest at the meet and the best at Sea Rays since 1989.
- Villanova's Marina Muncan won her third-straight 1500m run, finishing in a time of 4:18.53.
- A Tennessee sprinter claimed the women's open 100m dash title for the second year in a row, as senior Toyin Olupona (11.47) followed up the 2004 crown by Tianna Madison.
- Tennessee's Ariel Brooks took second in the invitational hammer throw at 189-3/57.69m, charting her third school record performance in four meets this season.
- 4x200m: South Carolina (Stephanie Smith, Erica Whipple, Amberly Nesbitt, Shalonda Solomon), winning in 1:31.64
- 4x1500m: Wisconsin (Amanda Ganser, Katrina Rundhaug, Linsey Blaisdell, 'A Havahla Haynes), winning in 18:28.05