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Sauder and Campre Claim Gold Medals and Program Records on Day Two

Sauder and Campre Claim Gold Medals and Program Records on Day Two

BOSTON, Mass. – The University of Miami track and field team wrapped up day two of the ACC Indoor Championships Friday evening.

Edgar Campre finished a historic men’s heptathlon this morning to win his first individual conference championship. Campre finished the day with 5903 points — an improvement on his program record of 5778 points set earlier this month at the DeLoss Dodds Invitational.

Campre currently ranks as the sixth-best heptathlon athlete in the NCAA as of Friday evening.

A transfer from Liberty University, Kennedy Sauder earned the gold medal in the men’s high jump; ending with a final height and new indoor school record of 2.21m. Sauder’s jump beats out previous record holder Isaiah Holmes’ 2.19m high jump set in 2022.

Senior jumper Russell Robinson earned four points for the men’s team in the long jump with a mark of 7.59m, while Ashley Moore contributed three points to the women’s team after jumping 6.04m in the same event.

Freshman Ashton Torns made school history as the Austin, Texas native now sits at number five in the indoor school record list after clocking 6.75 in the 60m.

Three Hurricanes will represent Miami in the 400m finals — Kennedy Brace clocked a new indoor personal best of 54.11, while Solomon Strader and Ace Malone ran 47.07 and 47.33, respectively, to move on to Saturday’s finals at 1:05 p.m. Gabriella Grissom and Oskars Bambals also punched their tickets to the 800m finals after Grissom clocked 2:05.98 and Bambals marked a new season best of 1:49.64.

Christina Warren earned herself a new personal best and 60m hurdle finals bid after finishing with 8.40.

After two days of competition, the Hurricanes men’s team sits in seventh with 24 points while the women’s team ranks ninth with 15 points.

The final day of the 2024 ACC Indoor Championships will begin Saturday morning at 11 a.m. with the men’s triple jump.

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