Columbia, S.C. – Members of the Presbyterian College men’s and women’s cross country teams set multiple personal records and broke a Division I school record at the Gamecock Invitational on Saturday afternoon. This was PC’s third and final outdoor track meet of the spring.

 

Neel Taber broke his own record by running 54.24 in the 400 meters. In a separate heat, Zack Kochert clocked a time of 54.97. Taber also set a PR in the 800-meter race with a time of 2:08.93. William Wise improved on his 800-meter time by five seconds in the indoor season, crossing the line at 2:05.63. Luke Harmon and Kiro Morkos both set new personal bests in the 1500 meters. Harmon bettered his time by five seconds to finish in 4:32.98 and Morkos shaved a second off of his previous best to cross at 4:42.94. Justin Nobles also competed in the 1500-meter race, clocking in at 5:21.56.

 

Ali Bennett set a new PR in the 5k on Saturday, finishing the race in 20:23.19. That time is an improvement of 24 seconds over her previous best. Abigayle Winn crossed the line in the same race at 27:17.28.