Herring Places Second in 400m at Sea Ray RelaysApril 12, 2002 · MT Media Relations
Herring was clocked at 45.60 in the first heat of the 400m, which is not only a season best mark for the senior from Pontiac, MI, but is also a provisional qualifying time for the NCAA Outdoor Championships. UT's Gary Kikaya, who was also in Herring's heat, edged Herring for first place with a time of 45.46.
In the triple jump, Middle Tennessee had five members place in the top 20 in the event. Letitia Eady led the Lady Raiders with a jump of 40-07.50 for 10th place, and Stephany Reid was right behind her at 11th with a leap of 40-05. Kim Freeman was 13th at 39-10.75, Jameka Collins jumped 37-11.50 for 15th and freshman KeKe Deckard rounded out the group in 16th place with a jump of 37-04.
In the 400m, Rosemary Okafor placed seventh with a time of 54.13. Her season best is 53.70, which she clocked at the Alabama Relays.
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