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UH track and field competes at Charlie Thomas Invitational

Houston track and field continued its indoor season in College Station at the Charlie Thomas Invitational. | Courtesy of UH Athletics

The UH track and field team competed in the Charlie Thomas Invitational Saturday in College Station.

The Cougars’ best finish proved to be the Men’s 60-meter hurdles in which Houston won both first- and second-place. Senior De’Vion Wilson ran 7.72 followed by senior Grant Levesque with a 7.89. 

A women’s 4×400-meter relay team comprised of senior Iman Babineaux, graduate Sydni Townsend, graduate Kelly-Ann Beckford and freshman Michaela Mouton tied the school indoor record in the event with their 3:32.28 second-place finish.

Senior Claire Meyer’s 4:51.57 mile run put her fourth in school history and third place in the invitational’s race.

Graduate student Christyan Sampy clinched the pole vault title for Houston with a 5.55 meter finish to improving his indoor school record. 

Houston senior Shaun Maswanganyi finished first in the Men’s 200-meter running a 20.64, his personal best. 

Next up UH will compete in the Howie Ryan Invitational on Friday on its home track.

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