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Feb 18, 2020

Tiger Paw Invitational Review

The Tiger Paw Invitational has come to be known as one of the best track meets in the world, as the meet has become synonymous with elite competition and world-leading marks. The 2020 edition of the meet was no exception, as four new facility records were set and those competing combined to produce the seventh-best track meet in 2020 according to the World Athletics. 

In total, there were 21 marks that slotted into the world’s top-10 list, while 40 NCAA top-10 marks were recorded.

Facility Records

Men’s 60 Meter Hurdles

Grant Holloway – Adidas – 7.38

World-leading mark

Men’s Long Jump

Carey McLeod – Tennessee – 8.16 meters (26-9.25)

World-leading mark // NCAA leading mark

Men’s Triple Jump

Jordan Scott – Virginia – 17.02 meters (55-10.25)

T-5th best mark in the world // NCAA leading mark

Women’s 200 Meters

 Anavia Battle – Ohio State University – 22.66

World-leading mark // NCAA leading mark

World Top-10 Marks

No. 1

Anavia Battle – W 200m – 22.66 – Ohio State

Keni Harrison – W 60mH – 7.80 – Adidas

Grant Holloway – M 60mH – 7.38 – Adidas

Carey McLeod – M LJ – 8.16m (26-9.25) – Tennessee

Kentucky – W 4x400m – 3:29.74

No. 2

Trey Cunningham – M 60mH – 7.51 – Florida State

USC – W 4x400m – 3:30.23

No. 3

Jonathan Jones – M 400m – 45.78 – Texas

Texas A&M – W 4x400m – 3:30.91

No. 4

Abby Steiner – W 200m – 22.86 – Kentucky

Kyron McMaster – M 400m – 45.84 – IVB

No. 5

Kynnedy Flannel – W 200m – 22.93 – Texas

Jordan Scott – M TJ – 17.02m (55-10.25) – Virginia

No. 6

Julian Alfred – W 200m – 22.99 – Texas

Marcus Parker – M 200m – 20.70 – Clemson

No. 7

Doneisha Anderson – W 400m – 52.06 – Florida

No. 8

Kimberly Williams – W TJ – 14.12m – Adidas

Warren Fraser – M 60m – 6.56 – Bahamas

Ohio State – M 4x400m – 3:07.35

No. 9

Keni Harrison – W 200m – 23.11 – Adidas

No. 10

Kyra Constantine – W 400m – 52.14 – USC

*(Updated as of 2/18/20)

NCAA Top-10 Marks

No. 1

Anavia Battle – W 200m – 22.66 – Ohio State

Doneisha Anderson – W 400m – 52.06 – Florida

Trey Cunningham – M 60mH – 7.51 – Florida State

Ellen Ekholm – W HJ – 1.90m (6-2.75) – Kentucky

Carey McLeod – M LJ – 8.16m (26-9.25) – Tennessee

Jordan Scott – M TJ – 17.02m (55-10.25) – Virginia

Adrian Piperi – M SP – 20.83m (68-4.25) – Texas

Kentucky – W 4x400m – 3:29.74

No. 2

Jonathan Jones – M 400m – 45.78 – Texas

Carey McLeod – M TJ – 16.68m (54-8.75) – Tennessee

USC – W 4x400m – 3:30.23

No. 3

Brandon Stewart – M 60m – 6.58 – USC

Abby Steiner – W 200m – 22.86 – Kentucky

Kyra Constantine – W 400m – 52.14 – USC

Caleb Parker – M 60mH – 7.61 – Florida State

O’Brien Wasome – M TJ – 16.56m (54-4) – Texas

Thomas Mardal – M WT – 22.75m (74-7.75) – Florida

Texas A&M – W 4x400m – 3:30.91

No. 4

Mecca McGlaston – W 60mH – 8.01 – USC

Anna Cockrell – W 60mH – 8.01 – USC

David Lucas – M WT – 22.52m (73-10.75) – Penn State

No. 5

Kynnedy Flannel – W 200m – 22.93 – Texas

Marcus Parker – M 200m – 20.70 – Clemson

No. 6

Celera Barnes – W 60m – 7.18 – Kentucky

Latavia Maines – W SP – 17.49m (57-4.75) – Tennessee

No. 7

Taylor Banks – M 60m – 6.61 – Florida State

Semira Killebrew – W 60m – 7.19 – Florida

Cory Poole – M 60mH – 7.66 – Florida

No. 8

Julien Alfred – W 200m – 22.99 – Texas

Bailey Lear – W 400m – 52.52 – USC

John Burt – M 60mH – 7.67 – Texas

No. 9

Taylor Manson – W 400m – 52.53 – Florida

Lanae-Tava Thomas – W 200m – 23.23 – USC

Masai Russell – W 60mH – 8.11 – Kentucky

Tyrah Gittens – W LJ – 6.40m (21-0) – Texas A&M

Jospeh Maxwell – M SP – 19.89m (65-3.25) – Tennessee

No. 10

Jhevaughn Matherson – M 60m – 6.63 – Florida State

Megan Moss – W 400m – 52.58 – Kentucky

Antonio Ruiz – M PV – 5.50m (18-0.5) – Houston

Owayne Owens – M TJ – 16.08m (52-9.25) – Virginia

*(Updated as of 2/18/20)
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