DURHAM, N.C. - The University of North Carolina track and field teams competed at the Duke Twilight on Sunday with five top finishes as they begin their race to the NCAA preliminary round.
Isaac Presson ran 3:43.39 to place second in the men's 1,500. The time ranks Presson 11th in the NCAA East division securing his spot for the preliminary round.
Ariel Roberts won the women's high jump as she cleared 5-9 ¼ (1.76 meters). The mark betters Roberts's standing in the NCAA East preliminary tying her at 37th.
Briana Hudson won the women's triple jump with her 39-8 ½ (12.10 meters) jump. Hudson currently ranks 32nd on the qualifying list with a mark she merited at the Florida Relays (41-1 ½, 12.53 meters).
Cori Floyd was the top-collegiate competitor in the women's 400-meter hurdles with her 1:01.95 time.
Jasmine Wilson was the second-best collegian in the women's 100-meter hurdles as she raced 14.46.
The Tar Heels will return to action next week as they compete at last chance meets at Georgia Tech, Virginia and NC State.