Marshall, Humphrey Shine at U23 NACAC Championships
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Queretaro, Mexico - Tonea Marshall ran a school record time of 12.57 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles at the U23 North American, Central American and Caribbean Championships on Saturday evening to win the gold medal in her race. Marshall was representing USA as she won the title with a career best time of 12.57 to lower her previous school record of 12.66 that she ran at the 2019 NCAA Championships in early June; the time of 12.57 was also a meet record.
Tonea Marshall, have yourself a DAY! 👏— FloTrack (@FloTrack) July 7, 2019
On Friday, Brittley Humphrey represented the United States as well and she took third with a time of 57.34 in the 400 meter hurdles.