GAINESVILLE, FLA. - Day two of the Florida Relays in Gainesville wrapped up on Friday, with the Cougars making a mark on their Top 10 list in the 4x400m relay.
CofC finished 31st overall in the long relay against some elite competition. The squad of Deanna King, Kennay Agnew, Rachel Leder and Jordan Gravelle logged a time of 3:56.94, which is the fifth-fastest time ever recorded at the College of Charleston.
The only other action for the Cougars came in the steeplechase, where for the second meet in a row, junior Carlee Cassidy finished seventh overall, this time logging a time of 10:41.16. Fellow junior Cara Butcher also tried her hand at the event, finishing three spots back in tenth with a personal best effort of 10:45.29, cutting over ten seconds off her previous best time of 10:55.86 set last season.
The Cougars have one day remaining in the Florida Relays, with some exotic relay races on deck such as the sprint medley and the shuttle hurdle relays among others. Competition for CofC begins at 11 a.m.