Kansas Wesleyan Women's Track saw some great performances for the Coyotes at the Tabor College Invitational at Joel Wiens Stadium.
The 4x100m relay picked up an event win as the group of Tamayia Washington (SO/Manhattan, Kan.), Grace Pearson (FR/Cypress, Texas), Grayce Tankersley (FR/Hillsboro, Kan.) and Bailey Mann (SO/Ferris, Texas) finished with a time of 52.34 seconds.
Elizabeth Stout (FR/Holden, Mo.) won the shot put with a mark of 11.37m, Nicole Holaday (SR/Gove, Kan.) was fifth with a mark of 10.75m, and Saffron Jacobs (JR/Johannesburg, South Africa) was 10th with a mark of 9.75m.
Grayce Tankersley placed second in the long jump with a mark of 4.74m.
Madisyn Ehrlich (FR/Salina, Kan.) placed third in the 800m in 2:29.77, Josie Koppes (SO/Manhattan, Kan.) placed fourth in 2:31.33, Regan Rhodes (SR/Mullinville, Kan.) was sixth in 2:42.28, Alayna Behrman (SO/Craig, Colo.) was seventh in 2:43.27 and Savannah Pilsner (SO/Columbus, Texas) was 14th in 3:02.73.
Joni Schroeder (FR/Salina, Kan.) placed 12th in the 1500m with a time of 5:33.43.
The Coyotes are back in action next weekend at the Southwestern Relays in Winfield.