Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) broke a pair of program records in the Long Jump and Triple Jump, taking first place in both events on Saturday morning at the Mount Holyoke Spring Fling Invitational.
Nighthawks sophomore Jarrod Smith (Watertown, N.Y.) took fifth place in the men's triple jump while freshman Casey Horner (Butler, N.J.) took home 12th place in the 400 meters in the Nighthawks second outdoor event of the season; the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs Invitational.
Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) earned first place in the Women's Triple Jump, leaping a personal best 10.98 meters at the Gordon Kelly Invite hosted by MIT on Saturday morning in the Nighthawks final indoor meet of the season.
Nighthawks freshmen Casey Horner (Butler, N.J.) and Mallory Stefan (Thornton, Colo.) set personal best running times on Friday afternoon at the John Thomas Terrier Classic, hosted by Boston University, at the BU Track and Tennis Center.
Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) set a number of personal records, including a PR in the triple jump at 10.8 meters, en route to a second place finish in the triple jump at the Wheaton Invitational.
In their third all-time meet in program history, the Nighthawks travel to Wheaton (Mass.) College on Saturday afternoon to continue their indoor season. Newbury has shown significant improvement from the first meet to the second, finishing in the top-10 in multiple categories in track and field with the best finish coming on a high jump performance; a fourth place finish.
Nighthawks Track and Field Head Coach Henry Morales announced three changes to the Nighthawks Indoor Track and Field Schedule today, a move that will impact the remaining schedule in January and February.
Nighthawks freshman Khori Jones (Hamilton, N.J.) and sophomore Jarrod Smith (Watertown, N.Y.) collected a fourth place and fifth place finish, respectively, in the high jump events, collecting the only points for Newbury on Saturday afternoon at the Reggie Poyau Invitational, hosted by Brandeis University.