The men and women both brought home a total of 16 provisional marks for both days.
Day one was filled with ten of the 16 marks, including a record setting feat from Deana Richardson, who broke the program record in the women’s 60-meter dash with an automatic qualifying time of 7.40 seconds. It was also the fastest time amongst all the Division II participants in the event.
Kaina Martinez and Plaserae Johnson also chipped in a few points for their team and two provisional marks apiece.
Martinez finished first in both the women’s 200-meter dash running at a time of 24.37 seconds, and the women’s 400-meter dash with a time of 55.97 seconds, garnering 20 total points.
Johnson is credited with eight total points, after her sixth place finish in the 60-meter dash (7.60s) and a 200-meter run of 25.04s.
Other notable performances came from Brittney Webley and LaGae Brigance who combined for 11 points.
Webley finished second in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.82 seconds. Brigance finished sixth in the high jump with a height of 5’ 6”(1.68m).
In day two, Richardson would run the women’s 60-meter dash in 7.53 seconds, only earning fourth place. Johnson would follow three spots behind, finish with a time of 7.62s. Martinez would hit the sandbox with a leap of 15.67m
For the men, four competitors were able to contribute points for the team total score.
Kenneth Jackson concluded his 200-meter run in first place (21.54s) and finished sixth in the 60-meter dash clocking a time of 6.83 seconds.
Javier Lopez threw in a fourth place finish for five points, finishing his 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.95s.
In the field events, Christian Garcia finished first in the shot put for a long throw of 16.50m, allowing the Javelinas to add six points to their score.
And finally, James Passley’s 16.93m jump in the long jump, gave the Javelinas five more points to wrap up day one.
The final six provisional marks were allotted in the following day, as the Javelina men lit up the field respectively.
Charles Greaves recorded a second place Division II qualifying mark of 15.49m in the men’s long jump, and following suit was Passley finishing fourth with a distance of 15.11m.
Lopez would improve in the second day finishing third in the 60-meter hurdles, earning a provisional mark and running for 8.02s.
Garcia would also eclipse his previous mark from the day before, throwing 16.84m, but would finish in third this time around.
The Javelina’s next stop on in the season as at the Lone Star Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships on Feb. 18-19, in Alamosa Colorado.