Lawrence, Kan. -- Day three of the Kansas Relays was a day of record breaking performances. Eight Kansas Relays records were broken along with a Memorial Stadium record in the women's shot put by Kansas State's Rebekah Green. The other records included the men's 4x110 shuttle relay (Nebraska, 59.10), the women's 4x100 shuttle relay (Nebraska, 54.02), the girls' javelin throw (Kendra Wecker, 166-7), the girls' 300 meter hurdles (Julie Curtis, 43.26), women's sprint medley (SMS, 3:50.74), girls' DMR, 12:29.29) and the girls' pole vault (Lindsey Bourne, 11-11 3/4).
The Jayhawks field events once again shined as junior Andrea Bulat led the way by winning the javelin with a toss of 154-1, while junior Jennifer Foster took fifth in the shot put with a heave of 47-11. For the men, junior Jeremy Hull vaulted his way to a fourth-place finish in the pole vault, as Anson Jackson finished ninth overall in the long jump with a leap of 22-10.
The Kansas runners sprinted their way to a solid afternoon, as junior Pete Prince finished fourth in the steeplechase with a time of 9:38.57 while junior Eve Lamborn took sixth in the women's steeplechase, clocking in at 11:58.81. Mike Walker placed ninth in the 100 meter dash but just missed tomorrow's finals. Junior Kerry Fink did qualify for tomorrow's finals in the 400 meter Int. hurdles with a time of 1:02.92. Rounding out the day for the Jayhawks the women's 1,600 meter sprint medley finished fourth with a time of 3:58.03.
The Jayhawks will be back in action tomorrow April 21, for the four and final day of the 2001 Kansas Relays. For compete results log on to www.kuathletics.com.