JONESBORO, Ark. – For the second consecutive year, the University of South Alabama women's track and field team finished third in the Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Championship, totaling 127 points. The men's team placed fifth with a final of 89 points.
Three Jaguar records fell Sunday, as Sean Collins (pole vault), Harry Barthelemy (high jump) and Hunter Appling (110m hurdles) had personal-best performances. Collins, a senior, won the Sun Belt title for the fourth time in as many seasons and cleared 5.53m (18-01.75) to break the conference record he set in 2016.
Christian Ellis (triple jump) and Olivia Swan (400m hurdles) claimed first-team all-conference honors with wins in their respective events.