Hutchinson CC Sports Information
PITTSBURG – Day one of the NJCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships was a day of almosts on Friday at Pittsburg State's Plaster Center.
Collins finished 14th in preliminaries for the 1,000 meters on Friday night. That was a PR for the Blue Dragon cross country All-American with a time of 3:09.19, which is the second-fastest 1,000 meter time in Blue Dragon indoor history.
Bolden just missed the medal stand in the long jump. She finished ninth with a jump of 18 feet, 4 1/4 inches. Bolden also missed qualifying for the 60-meter hurdle finals with a time of 8.89 seconds.
The only other Blue Dragon women's athlete to compete on Friday was sophomore sprinter Tatyana Hopkins. The Blue Dragon record holder in the 60 meters ran a time of 7.85 seconds in Friday's prelims and did not qualify for the finals.
Freshman Sheila Too placed 18th in the 3,000-meter finals with a time of 11:31.85.
Saturday will be a quiet day for the Blue Dragon women. School record holder Hannah Smith competes in the weight throw and the 4x800 relay will be first on the track at 12:30 p.m.