Tiffin University had numerous standout performances at the Tiffin Dragon Invite, hitting 15 NCAA provisional marks, including an automatic qualification for Coy Blair in the shot put.
Blair hit the automatic standard with a toss of 62-10.5, good for 2nd place in the event. He also hit a provisional mark iin the weight throw, winning the event with a throw of 66-3.
Following Blair in the weight throw were two more Dragons, both hitting provisional marks. Toryko Grace (3rd) and Victor Bezak (4th) all hit provisional standards, as did Jay Feuerstein, who took 4th overall in the shot put.
Tiffin continued to show its overall depth in the 60 meters, where Reginald Thomas won in 6.80, while Jonte Baker was 2nd in 6.81 and Shaquille Hildreth was 4th in 6.90. All three marks were provisional marks.
Other standouts included Macerio Clark (2nd in 400 in 50.68), Antonio Atkins (2nd in 200 in 22.58), Monigan (2nd in long jump with 22-0.25), Chance Abbitt (3rd in 200), and Collin Blochlinger (3rd in high jump).
For the women, two athletes got provisional marks. Mary Boyden hit it with a 2nd place finish in the shot put (46-5.25), and Deborah Brodersen also got it with a 2nd place finish in the high jump (5-5).
Other standouts included Kirsten Camp (2nd in pentathlon with 2844), Carlee Marshall (3rd in long jump), Kaitlyn Jackson (3rd in pentathlon), Blair (4th in 60 meters), and Alexya Peoples (4th in 200).