The men’s and LSU track and field teams won 11 events Saturday at the Boots Garland Invitational at the Bernie Moore Track and Field Stadium.
The men’s winners were:
Terrence Laird (100 meters): Won by running 10.06 for the fastest wind legal time of his career.
Sean “Squirrel” Burrell (400 meter hurdles): Won with a time of 50.15 seconds, the eighth fastest 400 meters hurdle time in LSU history.
Noah Williams (200 meters); Won in 20.36, the fastest wind legal time of his career.
Eric Edwards (110 meter hurdles): Won with a wind-aided time of 13.67 seconds.
Dylan Peebles, Dorian Camel, Noah Williams, Terrance Laird (4 X 100 meter relay): Won in a time of 38.82 seconds.
Dylan Peebles, Dorian Camel, Sean “Squirrel” Burrell, Tyler Terry (4 X 400 meter relay): Won in a time of 3:10.25 seconds.
The women’s winners were:
Favour Ofiili (200 meters): Ran a wind-aided 22.30 seconds, which ranks as the number one mark in the NCAA so far this season
Milan Young (100 meter hurdles): Won in a personal best of 12.95.
Jurnee Woodward (400 meter hurdles); Won in a time of 58.8 seconds.
Tonea Marshall, Favour Ofili, Symone Mason, Thelma Davies (4 X 100 meter relay): Won in a time of 43.00 seconds.
Amber Anning, Milan Young, Leah Phillips, Hannah Carroll (4 X 400 relay): Won in 3:42.19.