Record-Setting Saturday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UCFKnights.com) - It was a record-setting Saturday for UCF at one of the nation's premier early-season indoor track and field meets. Redshirt senior Anne-Marie Blaney cruised to a win in the 3,000-meter run.

UCF collected five top-10 finishes on the final day of the 2017 Rod McCravy Memorial Invitational inside Nutter Field House.

Blaney highlighted the day as she won the 3,000-meter run, setting a career-best and a school record in the process. Her winning time of 9:18.87 is the fourth fastest in the event this season.

Senior J'Nea Bellamy posted the third fastest time in the 60-meter dash prelims, at 7.42, to advance to the finals. Her prelim time lands at 36 on the qualifying list this season. Bellamy finished eighth in the finals with a time of 7.47.

Sophomore Briana Potter finished seventh in the triple jump with a distance of 38-06.75/11.75m. Redshirt sophomore Jhane' Carter earned her second top-10 finish of the season, as her 48-02.00/14.68m shot put gave her 10th place.

Junior Rosie Chamberlain earned an eighth-place finish in the mile run with a time of 4:58.11

The Knights return to action next weekend, heading to South Carolina for a two-day meet at Clemson.

UCF Friday Results
60 Meter Dash
3. J'Nea Bellamy 7.42q
30. SheKara Martin 7.80

8. J'Nea Bellamy 7.47

60 Meter Hurdles
25. Ebony Crear 8.86

800 Meter Run'
21. Shiree Hinds 2:18.10

8. Rosie Chamberlain 4:58.11
16. Marissa Codispodi 5:04.11
29. Tori Jung 5:15.01
34. Crystal Tejeda 5:39.03

3000-Meter Run
1. Anne-Marie Blaney 9:18.87

4x400 Meter Relay
11. Ashely Jocelyn, J'Nea Bellamy, SheKara Martin, Rosie Chamberlain 3:46.38

Triple Jump
7. Briana Potter 38-06.75/11.75m
15. Na'Kiya Russell 35-05.25/10.80m

Shot Put
10. Jhane' Carter 48-02.00/14.68m