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Junior Brittany Harrell bettered her own school record in the pentathlon Thursday to open SEC Indoors.

Thursday February 27, 2014Brittany Harrell Sets New Pentathlon School Record on Day One of SEC Indoors

Junior Brittany Harrell bettered her own school record in the pentathlon Thursday to open SEC Indoors.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Florida junior Brittany Harrell crushed a career-best 800m run to close out the opening day of SEC indoor competition with a new school record in the pentathlon (4,137), racking up five points for the Gators and positioning the womenís team in third place following the initial day of competition at Gilliam Indoor Track and Field Stadium in College Station.


Harrell dashed out to a significant lead in the final event (800m) of the pentathlon and held on for a PR and first-place finish (2:16.23) en route to a fourth-place overall finish in the pentathlon to cap of a successful first day of competition for the Orange and Blue. Harrell additionally notched a career-best performance in the long jump (6.04m/19-9.75), taking second place in the event.


Senior Lorraine Graham additionally joined Harrell in the pentathlon, turning in a 13th-place overall finish (3,695), highlighted by a career-tying performance in the high jump (1.60m/5-3). Graham started the day with a third-place race in the 60mH (8.53) for a quick 1,010 points.


Action resumes Friday in College Station at 2 p.m. ET with prelims of the menís 60mH and the menís weight throw. The Orange and Blue own six SEC indoor titles on the menís side (í75, í76, í87, í88, í04, í11) and seven on the womenís side (í90,í92, í97, í02, í04, í10, í12) and will look to add to the Florida athletics programís three so far through the 2013-14 season (soccer, menís swimming, menís basketball).



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Hollowayís Take

ďWeíre extremely proud of Brittany (Harrell). She came out and displayed a whole lot of pride and passion finishing fourth and breaking a school record today. Coming off of knee surgery last year, she is progressing well and as we work towards the national championships in a couple of weeks, weíre on the right path. I think the rest of the team can use Brittany as an example; when you trust your training and your coaches and compete with pride and passion, the Gators are going to be ok.Ē


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         Junior Brittany Harrell bettered her own school record in the pentathlon Thursday, topping her 4,118 set at 2012 NCAA Indoors with her 4,137 to open SECs

         Harrell turned in a second-place finish in the long jump (6.04m/19-9.75) portion of the pentathlon, a new PR for her

         Harrellís winning 800m mark was additionally a new PR (2:16.23) and her 10th-place finish in the shot put was a season-best mark (10.90m/35-9.25)

         Harrell has now finished fourth in the pentathlon twice in her Gator career at SEC indoors, last in 2012

         Gatorsí senior Lorraine Graham matched a career-high with her 1.60m/5-3 in the high jump portion of the pentathlon in Thursdayís SEC-opening action at Gilliam Indoor

         Graham cruised to a third-place finish in the 60mH with a 8.53, the third-fastest of the season for the Gators

         Thursday marked Grahamís first meet-day competition of the season in the 60mH, high jump, shot put & 800m. It was also the seniorís first pentathlon competition of the year


Womenís Team Scores (Through Day One)

1.     †Georgia, 15

2.     †Mississippi State, 10

3.     FLORIDA, 5

4.     †Arkansas, 4

5.     †South Carolina, 3

6.     †Texas A&M, 2


2014 SEC Indoor Championships Broadcast Information

Live Results

Live Stream Ė

         ESPN3 will stream the meet live during the following times: Friday, February 28 (1:55 p.m. CT Ė6:35 p.m. CT) and Saturday, March 1 (12:50 p.m. CT Ė 5:30 p.m. CT)

         The broadcast talent includes: Dwight Stones (play-by-play), Larry Rawson (analyst) and Lewis Johnson (sideline reporter)

Live Stream Ė Texas A&M Video Feed (Friday & Saturday prior to coverage)




SEC Track and Field Highlight Show on ESPNU

The 2014 SEC Indoor Championships will air as part of a 90-minute show on ESPNU on Monday, March 10, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET.


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Florida 2014 SEC Indoor Championships | Schedule of Events & Participants

Thursday, February 27

1:30 p.m.


4. Brittany Harrell (4,137), 13. Lorraine Graham (3,695)






60mH | 3. Graham (8.53), 1,010; 10. Harrell (8.72), 969






HJ | T9. Harrell (1.69m/5-6.5), 842; T13. Graham (1.60m/5-3), 736




SP | 7. Graham (11.88m/38-11.75), 653; 10. Harrell (10.90m/35-9.25), 589




LJ | 2. Harrell (6.04m/19-9.75), 862; 5. Graham (5.95m/19-6.25), 834




800m | 1. Harrell (2:16.23), 875; 14. Graham (2:50.15), 462




Friday, February 28




1 p.m.

Menís Weight Throw

David Levin, Kyle Strawn

2:30 p.m.

Menís Long Jump

Marquis Dendy

2:30 p.m.

Womenís Long Jump

Ciarra Brewer, Lorraine Graham, Brittany Harrell





1 p.m.

Menís 60mH (pre)

Yanick Hart, Eddie Lovett, Moriel Pitt

1: 20 p.m.

Womenís 60mH (pre)

Skylar Ross-Ransom

2 p.m.

Menís 60m (pre)

Dedric Dukes, Hugh Graham, Jr., Antwan Wright

2:20 p.m.

Womenís 60m (pre)

Darshay Davis, Destinee Gause, Kyra Jefferson, Shayla Sanders

3 p.m.

Womenís Mile (pre)

Becky Greene, Cory McGee, Agata Strausa

3:20 p.m.

Menís 400m (pre)

Najee Glass, Hugh Graham, Jr., Arman Hall, Nick Uruburu

3:40 p.m.

Womenís 400m (pre)

Loreal Curtis, Ebony Eutsey, Robin Reynolds

4 p.m.

Menís 800m (pre)

Andres Arroyo, Donnie Lee, Jr., Sean Obinwa, Ryan Schnulle

4:50 p.m.†

Menís 200m (pre)

Dedric Dukes, Arman Hall

5:15 p.m.

Womenís 200m (pre)

Darshay Davis, Ebony Eutsey, Destinee Gause, Kyra Jefferson, Robin Reynolds, Shayla Sanders

5:45 p.m.

Menís 3000m

Mark Parrish

6:25 p.m.

Womenís 3000m

Becky Greene, Cory McGee, Agata Strausa, Taylor Tubbs




Saturday, March 1






1 p.m.

Womenís Weight Throw

Jayla Bostic

1 p.m.

Menís Triple Jump

Marquis Dendy

1 p.m.

Womenís Triple Jump

Ciarra Brewer, Gissell Warner

1 p.m.

Menís Pole Vault

Anthony Amodio, Jared Watkins

1:45 p.m.

Menís Shot Put

Stipe Zunic

1:45 p.m.

Womenís High Jump

Taylor Burke





1 p.m.

Menís 60mH (finals)


1:10 p.m.

Womenís 60mH (finals)


1:20 p.m.

Menís 60m (finals)


1:30 p.m.

Womenís 60m (finals)


1:50 p.m.

Womenís Mile (finals)


2 p.m.

Menís 400m (finals)


2:10 p.m.

Womenís 400m (finals)


2:20 p.m.

Menís 5000m

Mark Parrish

3 p.m.

Menís 800m (finals)


3:20 p.m.

Menís 200m (finals)


3:30 p.m.

Womenís 200m (finals)


3:40 p.m.

Womenís 5000m

Julie Macedo, Taylor Tubbs

4:20 p.m.

Menís DMR

Ryan Schnulle, Nick Uruburu, Sean Obinwa, Andres Arroyo

4:35 p.m.

Womenís DMR

Rebekah Greene, Loreal Curtis, Agata Strausa, Cory McGee

4:50 p.m.

Menís 4x400m

Najee Glass, Hugh Graham, Jr., Dedric Dukes, Arman Hall

5:05 p.m.

Womenís 4x400m

Robin Reynolds, Destinee Gause, Kyra Jefferson, Ebony Eutsey



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