HILLSDALE, Mich. – The Cleveland State track and field team competed in its final tune-up before the Horizon League Indoor Championships Saturday, as the Vikings recorded five top-five finishes at the Hillsdale Tune-Up.
Cleveland State's best individual finish came from Kaelin Stahl in the Pole Vault, as she finished third overall with a mark of 3.36. Stahl's mark of 3.36 ranks second in the CSU Record Book, while it is also the second-best mark of her career.
Kamryn Sharer also recorded a top-five finish in field events on Saturday, as she placed fourth with a mark of 12.25 in the Shot Put.
Tylar Mixon recorded the final two top-five individual finishes for the Vikings, as she placed fourth in the 60 Meter Dash and fifth in the 200 Meter Dash. Mixon posted a season-best time of 7.92 in the 60 Meter Dash finals, while she also posted a team-best 26.39 in the 200.
Lauren Zawie was just shy of notching a top-five finish for the Vikings at the Hillsdale Tune-Up, placing sixth in the 400 Meter Dash with a time of 1:04.17.
Next up for the Vikings will be the 2021 Horizon League Indoor Championships, which will be hosted by Purdue Fort Wayne February 26 through March 1.
3. Kaelin Stahl, 3.36
4. Kamryn Sharer, 12.25
60 Meter Dash – Prelims
5. Tylar Mixon, 8.00
60 Meter Dash – Finals
4. Tylar Mixon, 7.92
4x400 Meter Relay
3. Swinerton, Zdanowicz, Wargo, Emmanus, 4:32.80