Florida State's Brandon Byram bested a field of 36 in the 300 meter dash with a time of 33.19 at the Hokie Invitational. His time is the fastest ever by a Seminole and also currently ranks first in the country.
Virginia's Adams Abdulrazaaq won his fifth- and sixth-straight 60-meter hurdles to remain undefeated in the event this season. His personal best time of 7.75 in the finals bettered his own school record for a second time this season and currently ranks fourth in the nation.
Clemson's Stormy Kendrick currently ranks first nationally in the 60m with an NCAA Automatic Qualifying time of 7.22. Her teammate, Marlena Wesh, holds the top time in the 300 meters with a 38.09 cut.
Duke's Kate Van Buskirk ran to a collegiate record in the women's 1000 meters at the Hokie Invitational, registering a time of 2:41.00. The previous record of 2:41.56 was set in 1989. The Brampton, Ontario, native also anchored the victorious 4x800 relay squad Friday, which posted a school record time of 8:42.54.
Three men's teams - Virginia Tech (No. 6), Florida State (No. 9) and North Carolina (No. 22) - and two women's teams - Clemson (No. 4) and Florida State (No. 14) are currently ranked in the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Top-25 polls.