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Birmingham, Al—The BPC Men's Track and Field team competed in the KMS Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama on Sunday and had a very successful trip. There were many personal bests and 8 new school records. The highlight of the trip was Brandon Schultz's first place in the 60m hurdles. He is now #2 int he NAIA and #1 in the NCCAA. He is just .08 seconds behind a world champion hurdler. Nathaniel Shields also improved upon his own school record in the pole vault and placed 1st.1 31 19 BPC Track Mens

60m -Demond Evans-53/55 --7.53

200m-Demond Evans-52/54--24.32

800m-Bosco Hakuzimana--27/32--2:07.48 (School record)

Mile--Bosco Hakuzimana--19/27--4:52.15 (School record)

3000m--Nikobiri Paul--22/23-10:48.00

3000m--Jeremiah Coxton-Dease--23/23-10:51.88

60m hurdles--Brandon Schultz--1/7--7.95 (School record)

Shot put--Parker Dasher--20/24--12.59m

Weight throw--Parker Dasher--16/19--11.23m

Weight throw-Andrew Collins--17/19--11.20m

Pole Vault--Nathaniel Shields--1/7--4.25 (School record)

Coach Micah Shaw had this to say: " I'm proud of the continued improvement across the board!"

The next meet for BPC will be the Samford open on February 9th.(Courtesy of Brewton Parker College) 

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