Kevin Roulhac broke his own record this past weekend at the Jayhawk Classic when he cleared the previous week’s record by six inches. Roulhac’s throw of 61-04.75 landed him second in the event, earning him a provisional qualifying mark. Other provisional qualifiers for the men included Zach Rosenberger in the pole vault and Andrew Etheridge in the 60m hurdles.
“Kevin (Roulhac) is getting very consistent and his confidence is very high,” said ESU Head Coach David Harris.
The women were able to put together two fourth place finishes. Courtney Maddux finished fourth in the 1000m and Sonya Schement finished fourth in the pole vault. ESU will return to action on February 4-5 as they travel to Lincoln, Neb., to take place in the Husker Invitational.
“We left a lot of our top athletes home to train and get ready for Nebraska,” Harris said. “We felt like the young ones needed to compete and continue to gain experience”