Records Fall as Track & Field Closes Competition at Finn Pincus Invite

Records Fall as Track & Field Closes Competition at Finn Pincus Invite

By: Noah Syverson, Sports Information Assistant

ROANOKE, Va. The Berry track and field teams wrapped up competition at the two-day Finn Pincus Invitational in Roanoke, Virginia on Saturday. Headlining the top finishers were the women's distance medley relay team, who recorded Berry's fastest time in the Division III era, and the men's sprint medley relay team, who broke a school record of their own. The distance group as a whole ran solid times in their first meet since Dec. 1. 


  • The women's distance medley team of Bethany Terpin, Mary Beth Rowland, Abby Carroll, and Meredith Herman ran 13:10.30 to set a new record for Berry's fastest mark in the Division III era. The medley team's time on Friday would have ranked them second in the region going into the weekend, and 16th nationally. 

  • The men's sprint medley team of C.J. Stone, Derrell Mims, Brayden Fulton, and Jordan Wilson set a new school record after recording a blazing 3:45.14 

  • Stone placed 5th in the men's 200m with a time of 22.62 seconds 

  • Genesis Leggett placed 4th in the women's weight throw after a toss of 15.80m and placed 6th in the women's shot put with a mark of 12.59m 

  • Jed Woodward took 7th in the men's shot put with a throw of 13.95m 

  • Freshman Jordan Wilson raced a strong 400m against a tough field, crossing the line with a time of 52.19 seconds 

  • Ethan Caldwell and Tucker Smith placed 7th and 8th respectively in the men's pole vault, both clearing 3.90m 


The Vikings will return to Roanoke on February 9th for the D3 Challenge