CHARLOTTE, NC - The Winston-Salem State University Rams women's track & field team gave some great performances at the 2016 Johnson C. Smith Invitational Track & Field Meet, Saturday. The Rams gave some great efforts at the meet, including a few NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field provisional qualifying marks.
Winston-Salem State junior Tametris Morrison had one of the most impressive performances of the day when she placed second in the women's 400m hurdles with a 1:01.07, an NCAA Division II provisional qualifying time. Sophomore Ty-Leah Hampton also had a great day when she placed third in the women's 200m dash with a 24.68. She also placed fifth in the women's 100m dash with a 12.12.
Junior Lyssa Wallace-O'Neal led the way for the Rams in field events when she placed second in the women's shot put with a 41'0.50" (12.51m). Sophomore Rachel Bonham placed fourth in the women's high jump with a 5'2.25" (1.58m).
The meet was the Rams' last outing before the team competes in the 2016 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Outdoor Track & Field Championship Meet next weekend at the Irwin Belk Complex on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University.