The Western Kentucky track and field teams recorded four personal-best times Saturday at the Boilermaker Invitational in West Lafayette, Ind.
Freshman sprinter Ja’Karyus Redwine was runner-up in the 60-meter dash, logging a personal-best time of 6.93 seconds. Sophomore sprinter Kamohelo Mangojeane also had a career-best performance in the event at 7.39 seconds.
Riverside City College transfer Christopher Chamness had a pair of top-five performances at the meet, placing second in the 400 (49.07 seconds) and fourth in the 200 (22.41 seconds). Both times were season bests.
Derrick Hill cleared 6 feet, 8 inches in the high jump for the second straight week to finish second.
Junior thrower Jessica Ramsey posted a personal-record weight throw of 54-2 to finish third. Zach Michaud also tallied a career-best performance in the weight throw of 56 feet.
WKU limited its athletes in action Saturday with the Sun Belt Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships scheduled for Feb. 24-25 in Jonesboro, Ark.