BLOOMINGTON, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology senior Sutton Coleman (Lebanon, Va.) established new school records in the 110-meter high hurdles and the 200-meter dash to lead the Fightin' Engineer effort at the Indiana University Billy Hayes Invitational on Friday night.
Coleman placed sixth against NCAA Division I competition with a school record mark of 14.44 seconds that also ranks among the national leaders, after previously breaking his own mark in the preliminary competition.
Later in the evening, Coleman came back to snap the 200-meter dash school record with a time of 21.90 seconds to finish seventh in a field featuring nationally ranked NAIA and Division I runners.
Junior Liz Evans (Bicknell, Ind./North Knox) placed second in the NCAA Division I field in the high jump with a leap of 5' 8" that ranks in the top three nationally in NCAA Division III this season.
Junior Creasy Clauser (Crawfordsville/Southmont) added a 10th place finish in the 400-meter dash with a time of 59.09 seconds. Junior Travis Stallings (Cincinnati, Ohio/Colerain) added a time of 55.41 seconds in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles.
In the hammer throw, junior Trey Cahill (Auburn, Ind./DeKalb) led the Engineers with a toss of 167' 5"; junior Greg Larmore (Deerfield, Ill.) added a mark of 153' 6"; and senior P.J. Schulthies (Dubois/Northeast Dubois) recorded a toss of 139' 2".
In the discus throw, Larmore recorded a toss of 157' 5" and Schulthies tallied a mark of 129' 5". The discus effort by Larmore ranks third in Rose-Hulman history.
Junior Collin Crowson (Dublin, Ohio/Jerome) contributed a pole vault clearance of 14' 9" to place 14th overall.
Individuals from the Engineers will return to action on May 11 at Louisville.