Rosvall carded a season-best time of 2:12.18 to claim victory in the 800 meters against a 22-person field. Her time ranks atop the Sun Belt Conference standings by .13. She won the race by more than a second and was two seconds faster than the third-place finisher.
Guerrero was victorious in the men’s 3000 meters with a clocking of 8:20.73. He led a trio of Mavericks that finished with a medal-stand sweep.
Justin Domangue was second behind Guerrero with a personal-best effort of 8:25.39, while Joel Duren took third (8:26.53). Those three times are now 1-2-3 in the Sun Belt. In addition, Cole Klashinsky snagged fifth with a personal-record time of 8:31.03, as the Mavs held down four of the first five places in the 3000m.
Emeka Nwangwu had a strong effort as well, grabbing fifth place in the men’s 60m hurdles. His time 8.07 was a season best and pushed him into the No. 4 position in the Sun Belt in 2018.
Both 4x400m relay teams also faired well on Saturday. The men notched a fourth-place time of 3:10.21, which was a season best and rates as the fastest mark in the SBC this year. The women took fifth in 3:51.51 with their fastest run of the year.
In other action, Deontre Haynes recorded a season-best time of 6.90 in the finals of the 60 meters to place seventh. For the women, Chloe Lewis finished sixth in the women’s weight throw with a season-long toss of 49-5 ¾ (15.08m).
The Mavericks are scheduled complete their regular-season slate next weekend at the Texas Tech Shootout. The Sun Belt Conference Championships are set for Feb. 19-20 in Birmingham, Ala.
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