COLUMBIA, Mo. – Saint Louis saw a pair of school records and numerous PRs met at the Tom Botts Invitational at the University of Missouri this weekend.

On Friday, Tannock Blair set a new school record in the 1,500 meters, running a time of 3:48.86 to win the event.

Jaryn Blackshear-Bryant improved his own school record in the long jump after registering a mark of 6.67 meters.

SLU’s men and women finished fourth in the meet, which also included host Missouri, Nebraska and Northern Iowa.

Below are SLU student-athletes who finished in the top five in their respective events.

WOMEN
3. Ann Harlos, 400-meter hurdles, 1:02.51
5. Megan Kress, 1,500 meters, 4:39.79
5. Jasmine Jefko, shot put, 12.70 meters

MEN
1. Tannock Blair, 1,500 meters, 3:48.86
1. Ethan Erusha, triple jump, 13.41 meters
2. Tannock Blair, 800 meters, 1:52.82
2. Manuel de Backer, 5,000 meters, 14:34.50
2. 4x100-metery relay (Jaryn Blackshear-Bryant, Will Moore, Joshe Freivogel, Kyle Clinkingbeard), 43.73
2. Alexander Eldridge, javelin, 44.42 meters
3. Dorrian Gordon, 3,000-meter steeplechase, 9:57.94
3. Jaryn Blackshear-Bryant, javelin, 42.51 meters
4. Kyle Clinkingbeard, 400 meters, 50.02
4. Hiob Gebisso, 1,500 meters, 3:52.07
4. 4x400-meter relay (Will Moore, Kyle Clinkingbeard, Josh Freivogel, Griffin McCurren)
4. Ethan Erusha, high jump, 1.98 meters
5. Matt Prest, 5,000 meters, 14:59.63
5. Jaryn Blackshear-Bryant, long jump, 6.67 meters