Western Kentucky wrapped up its indoor track and field regular-season slate Saturday at Vanderbilt’s Music City Challenge in Nashville. The program recorded eight top-10 performances.

Annastacia Forrester earned a pair of top-six finishes across the two-day outing.

Forrester picked up a fourth-place finish in the long jump, clearing 6.08 meters. The mark was a season-best for the freshman and WKU’s top jump of the season.

In the high jump, Forrester earned a sixth-place finish with a jump of 1.71 meters.

In the women’s triple jump, Myesha Nott finished sixth after covering 12.38 meters.

Getter Lemberg cleared a WKU season-best height of 3.73 meters to finish tied for 17th in the pole vault. The mark is a indoor personal best for the senior.

On the men’s side, Oliver Alexandre finished third in the 400-meter dash with a time of 47.03 – an indoor personal best for the senior. The mark is also the fastest time of the indoor season for the Hilltoppers.

Austin Hayes clocked a 21.74 200-meter dash time to finish fourth.

In the 60-meter race, Josh Davis registered a 6.85 time to finish fifth in the prelims and earn a spot in the event finals.

WKU’s final two top-10 showings came in the men’s relays.

The Hilltoppers’ 4x400-meter relay unit clocked a 3:09.51 mark for a runner-up finish.

In the distance medley relay, WKU’s squad finished fourth after posting a time of 10:20.70. Dedrick Troxell, Ka’Ven Berry, Abdur Kelly and Emerson Wells combined to post WKU’s top mark of the season.

Next weekend, the WKU squads will head to Birmingham, Ala., for the Conference USA Indoor Championships.{&end}

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