NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Senior Teray Smith won the men’s 200m with a time of 21.22 and Auburn track and field set three personal bests on day one of the Commodore Invitational in Nashville, Friday.
In her first meet at Auburn, graduate transfer Sara Almen finished second in the women’s high jump, clearing 5-7.25/1.71m.
Chris Stone also posted a personal best in the men’s pole vault with a 15-11/4.85m. The sophomore from Penn. finished fourth overall.
Michaela Creighton crushed her previous personal best of 18-4.5/5.60m in the women’s long jump, finishing fifth with a 19-7.5/5.98m. Mark Rubalcaba finished fourth in the men’s long jump with a 24-6.25/7.47m.
Day two of the Commodore Invitational will begin at 11 a.m. CT and live results for the meet can be found online at www.cfpitiming.com.
|High Jump - W|
|High Jump - M|
|Weight Throw - W|
|Pole Vault - M|
|Long Jump - M|
|Long Jump - W|
|200m - W|
|200m - M|
|5000m - W|