Campre and Strader Make History as Hurricanes Complete Day One in Kansas
MANHATTAN, Kan. – The University of Miami track and field team completed day one of the DeLoss Dodds Invitational Friday night.
Sophomore Edgar Campre made Miami school history on day two of the men’s heptathlon, ending with 5,778 points and a first-place finish.
The Lisbon, Portugal native’s final score is a new indoor school record, beating out Aaron Moser’s 5,720 points set in 2002. Campre now ranks eighth in the NCAA this season and first in the ACC for the heptathlon.
Solomon Strader moved up to second in the school record books for the men’s 400m, placing fourth with 46.45.
Miami hurdlers Sincere Rhea and Christina Warren earned first and third-place finishes, respectively, in the 60m hurdles — ending with 7.76 and 8.48.
Kennedy Brace was the fastest female 400m runner at the invitational, earning a new indoor personal best of 54.74.
The final day of the DeLoss Dodds Invitational will begin at 11 a.m. eastern time with the women’s shot put, long jump, and triple jump.
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