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GoFrogs: 4x800 Wins Gold on Final Day of Texas Relays


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GoFrogs: 4x800 Wins Gold on Final Day of Texas Relays

AUSTIN, Texas –
TCU's women's 4x800 title capped off a successful weekend for the Frogs at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.

The team of Tabitha Kalunde Ngao, Rylan Engels, Gracie Morris and Jasmin Muhammad-Graham won the program's first-ever Texas Relays 4x800 Championship with their school-record time of 8:31.34.

Headed into the final stretch, Muhammad-Graham's kick in the last 200m propelled the Horned Frogs to 4x800 gold.

Iyana Gray's time of 11.25 earned her a second-place finish in the women's 100m finals. It's Gray's second straight year advancing to the Texas Relays 100m finals after finishing fourth in 2023.

Gray was also the anchor on the third-place 4x100 team. Her, Teanna Harlin, Mikayla Hayes and Breanna Harlin ran a 43.96 to earn bronze. It's the second sub-44 time the squad has run this season.

In the 4x400, TCU's group shined with their second-place finish. Samarra Monrroy, Kelaiah Daniyan, Tia Williams and Amelliah Birdow's time of 3:33.19 was good for second overall. It was also the fifth-fastest time in outdoor history,

On the men's side, Jayden Douglas, David Seete, Giovouni Henry and Lloyd Frilot finished ninth (3:09.75) in the Cleburne Price Jr. 4x400 University.

Up Next
TCU track and field heads to three different meets from April 11-13. TCU's distance squad will compete at the Bryan Clay Invitational and the Long Beach Invitational while the rest of the team travels to the Tom Jones Invitational.