Bucs Hold Steady on Day 2 of Big South Championships

Bucs Hold Steady on Day 2 of Big South Championships

ROCK HILL, S.C. - Charleston Southern's women held steady in fourth place in the second day of the 2019 Big South Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Caroline Edmondson was one of the highlights of the day as she finished fourth in the high jump shortly after qualifying for the final in the 100m hurdles.



In her second event of the afternoon, Caroline Edmondson took fourth place in the high jump clearing the bar at 1.58m. The Bucs also got points from Milan Williams finishing fifth in the shot put with a mark of 13.18m.


The Bucs will have two runners in the 100m hurdle final as Chaneal Harris and Caroline Edmondson qualified for Friday's final. Harris' time of 14.03 is her new personal best. Eden Senior ran a 56.86 in the 400m to not just qualify for the final, but set a personal record and move up to ninth-best all time in school history. Javenique McDowell also set a PR in the 800m and moved up sixth in the school's record books. Lauryn James also qualified for the 100m final on Friday. 

Makennah Mills and Bethany Thornhill each earned points for the Bucs in the 3K steeplechase. Mills set a personal best time of 11:09.03 and finished sixth while Thornhill finished eighth with a time of 11:36.63.

Up Next
The Bucs wrap up the Big South Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Friday beginning with the hammer throw at 1pm.

View: Mobile | Desktop