ROCK HILL, S.C. - Charleston Southern's women rank fourth after the first day of action at the 2019 Big South Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The Bucs were led by a second place, record breaking finish from Caroline Inman in the 10K and a fourth place mark from Milan Williams in the discus.
Caroline Inman - 2nd, 10K (37:20.47)
Milan Williams finished just off the podium in the discus. Her mark of 43.89m was just 0.35m away from the third place thrower. Megan Newton also scored points for the Bucs with an eighth place finish in the javelin and a throw measuring 26.69m.
The Bucs will have three athletes in Friday's 400m hurdles final. Caroline Edmondson won her heat and set a new personal best of 60.65. She'll be seeded second in the final, with Shantel Ardley and Eden Senior taking the third and fourth seeds.
In the 200m, Lauryn James sets a new personal best time of 24.27, the 7th fastest time in school history. She'll be the fourth seed in the final on Friday.
In the 10K, Caroline Inman took home second place crossing the line in 37:20.47. That time breaks the school record of 38:16.55 that was set in the 2000 Big South Championship by Teresa Wedge. Inman now owns school records in the 5K and 10K.
The Bucs continue in the Big South Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Thursday beginning with the shot put at 4:30pm.