The Florida track and field team had as good a day as one at the NCAA East Preliminary in Lexington, Kentucky, could have hoped for.
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On the opening day of the NCAA East Preliminary, Florida saw 15 of its 23 competitors post qualifying marks.
Nearly two weeks after producing a trio of SEC outdoor champions in junior KeAndre Bates (men’s triple jump), junior Lloydricia Cameron (women’s shot put) and senior Kyra Jefferson (women’s 200-meter), Florida will see a total of 52 athletes compete in the NCAA East Preliminary.
Sharrika Barnett nearly caught Texas A&M’s Jaevin Reed in the last leg of the women’s 4x400 meter relay, the final event of the three-day SEC Outdoors Competition.
After a half-hour rain delay that featured two PSAs from announcers alerting fans that a Ford Fusion and Nissan Maxima had left their lights on in the stadium parking lot, junior Lloydricia Cameron came through for the Gators.
Mike Holloway is no stranger to success. Holloway, a UF graduate, has been involved with the Florida track and field team for 21 years.
A change in scenery has done wonders for some of the former Gators in the NBA this year. For others, it has done the exact opposite.