Men's Track & Field - Tue, Apr. 19, 2011
MOINES, Iowa -- Juniors Cody Robertson and Mike Miroux and sophomore
Bryant Rader cracked Mount Mercy's all-time top-10 lists at the Jim
Duncan Invitational on Friday and Saturday at Drake Stadium.
Robertson was 13th in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of :16.09. That ranks fourth in school history and gives Robertson eight of the top 10 marks in the event. Jason Drewelow holds the school record in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of :15.40 set in 2002.
Rader put himself on a top-10 list for the first time, racing to the fifth-best time in school history in the 10,000 meter run with a time of 33:41.36. That performance as good for eighth on Friday at Drake Stadium. The school mark in that event belongs to Judd Allbaugh, who ran the 10K in 32:33.56 in 1997.
Miroux, an NAIA national qualifier in the marathon last spring, ran the 5,000 meters in 16:00.77 on Friday to place 25th at the Jim Duncan Invitational. It was the seventh-fastest time in school history and gave Miroux his fifth top-10 mark. He set the school record in the event (15:39.26) at the 2010 Augustana (Ill.) Twilight meet.