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Thursday, September 28, 2023


Cougars keep pace steady at home meet

As the indoor track and field season begins winding down, UH appears to be finding consistency after several notable performances at the Houston Indoor Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
Junior transfer Kelvin Furlough continued his successful transition to UH, winning the 400-meter dash Saturday in 48.11 seconds. Furlough also anchored the 4×400-meter relay team, which won first place with a 3 minute, 14 second time. The lineup before Furlough was Errol Nolan, Joseph Irabor and Doug Kelley.
Lamar Delaney placed fourth in the long jump with a 7.17 meter leap. Chris Carter followed him for fifth place with a jump of 7.04 meters.
Seth Arnold placed third in the pole vault, clearing 4.85 meters.
Christie Jones placed third in the 60-meter dash, clocking in at 7.44 seconds. Grecia Bolton placed fourth with a 7.45 second split. Whitney Harris took the fifth spot in 7.50 seconds.
In the shot put, Kiara Pulliam notched fifth place with a throw of more than 48 feet.
Next weekend is the New Balance Invitational in New York, and Feb. 18 is the LSU Twilight in Baton Rouge, La. The Cougars will host the Conference USA Indoor championships from Feb. 25-26.

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