200 Meters6. Caulin Graves, 22.18 Complete Results (PDF) LINCOLN, Neb. – The Drake University track and field teams recorded more strong individual performances on Saturday during the final day of competition at the Holiday Inn Invite, hosted by the University of Nebraska. 60-Meter Hurdles10. Dominic Lombardi, 8.5212. Hudson Priebe, 8.55 Triple Jump3. Taryn Rolle, 39-6 The Bulldogs continue their indoor season on Jan. 20 at the Tiger Invite, hosted by the University of Missouri. Distance Medley Relay8. Cole, Lang, Nicholson, Garcia, 13:03.59 Shot Put10. Ryan Lemke, 41-8 Drake Individual Men’s Results60 Meters12. Demetrius Shelton, 7.0519. Deonne Witherspoon, 7.09 The men’s team was led by Bas Van Leersum (Zandaam, The Netherlands) with a third-place finish of 48.29 in the 400 meters. Van Leersum also ran the anchor leg on the Bulldogs’ fifth-place 4×400-meter relay team that finished in 3:21.36. “Bas has been putting in some fast practice times and it’s great to see the results of that,” Bennett added. “He has some big goals, so we are just taking it week by week in order to hit those goals. We had a plan to come in and shoot for 48.5. So, for him to run 48.2 shows he’s ahead of schedule.”In the field events, Johnathan Osifuye (Woodbury, Minn.) was just shy of his personal best in the triple jump with a fifth-place jump of 48-0.5. Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) had similar success in the women’s triple jump by finishing third with a leap of 39-6. Distance Medley Relay4. Yeager, Cozine, Webb, Fischer, 10:15.41 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)1. Mary Young, 8.624. Victoria Coombe, 9.1728. Bryce Lang, 10.03 Triple Jump5. Johnathan Osifuye, 48-0.5 – just shy of PR 400 Meters3. Bas Van Leersum, 48.2924. Hudson Priebe, 53.08 400 Meters1. Rai Ahmed-Green, 56.5011. Mariah Crawford, 59.5613. Ebele Okoye, 1:00.68 600 Meters7. Meghan Kearney, 1:38.668. Kayla Guiliano, 1:39.17 200 Meters3. Rai Ahmed-Green, 25.1418. Kaylen Rettig, 26.54 Story Links 60-Meter Hurdles (Final)1. Mary Young, 8.496. Victoria Coombe, 9.11 4×400-Meter Relay2. Ahmed-Green, Young, Crawford, Okoye, 3:50.61 60 Meters (Prelims)4. Mary Young, 7.8113. Mariah Crawford, 7.9616. Ebele Okoye, 8.07 4×400-Meter Relay5. Priebe, Barrow, Lombardi, Van Leersum, 3:21.36 Drake Individual Women’s Results60 Meters (Final)4. Mary Young, 7.81 Print Friendly Version The Bulldogs got 10 top-five performances against a strong field that included competitors from the likes of Nebraska and Oklahoma State in their first competition since early December.”Coming off of a long winter break and having great performances at our December meet,” said co-interim head coach LaRon Bennett. “I was anxious to see where our fitness level was as a team and I was satisfied with how our team competed, especially our freshman. To come off a break and to have a big meet like Nebraska be your first meet back can be overwhelming, but the team showed great maturity in handling that pressure.”Mary Young (Urbandale, Iowa) and Rai Ahmed-Green (Irvine, Calif.) led the women’s team with a pair of first-place finishes. Young equaled her personal best to win the 60-meter hurdles in 8.49 while Ahmed-Green won the 400 meters in 56.50. Young also finished fourth in the 60 meters in 7.81 while Ahmed-Green narrowly missed her person best in finishing third in the 200 meters in 25.14.”Mary started us off with a personal best in the preliminary heats of the 60 meters, then she followed that up with a 8.49 in the hurdles and really lead the way for the team this week,” Bennett said. “Rai also had a great showing in the 200 with her 25.14. She had some great practices this week, so it was great to see her hard work pay off.”In addition to their individual successes, Young and Ahmed-Green teamed up to lead off the Bulldogs’ second-place 4×400-meter relay that finished in 3:50.61, the seventh-fastest time in school history.
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The guard, who has since been identified as Cpl. Nicholas Evans, appeared to be talking with Debose while walking around the room. The arm of a second guard, Timothy Dugan, appeared from the door as he seemed to be talking with Debose, as well. Evans then turned off his body camera and began punching Debose in the face as the inmate sat defenseless in the wheelchair. Evans punched Debose five times. Dugan then walked into the room and also punched Debose. Evans and Dugan continued to stand in front of Debose when they both hit him one more time. According to Cleveland.com, the guards left Debose sitting there bleeding for two hours.Watch the disturbing video below:Evans and Dugan have been indicted for the beating. Evans was charged with felonious assault, which could give him up to eight years in prison, Dugan was charged with misdemeanor assault and they both were charged with violating Debose’s civil rights. They both pleaded not guilty in April.Debose’s brother, Emmanuel, told Cleveland.com that he wanted justice for his brother.“I want justice for him,” he said. “They don’t have the right to do that. You see so much police brutality. I just want justice served at this point.” Morehouse Students Take To Social Media And Claim Sexual Harassment Complaints Were Ignored ‘It’s Above Me Now’: Hotel Clerk’s Video With Racist Guest Goes Viral More By Megan Sims The release of a new video further solidified a disturbing trend that shows clear inhumane treatment towards inmates by guards in Cleveland’s jail. The string of damning deaths, beatings and damning videos showing “torture” has prompted Ohio’s governor to move to prevent additional tragedy from happening in the future.In the latest video released by the Cuyahoga County Jail, a Black inmate, Terrance Debose, 47, is seen being wheeled into an isolated room in March by a white guard who was motioning as if he did not want anyone to see him. Debose’s arms and legs were strapped to a chair, and his face was covered by what looked to be a spit guard. Debose, who reportedly suffers from mental illness, had been brought into the jail on cocaine possession charges and charges of tampering with evidence. Republican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Thursday that he would be making changes throughout the whole state because of the “crisis” at the Cuyahoga County Jail. One of those changes involves having the jail inspected every 30 days. Cleveland.com reported that as of Monday, an inspection of the Cuyahoga County Jail was still not compliant with 66 minimum standards.“If they need to inspect it more often, they will,” DeWine said of the inspections. “If they need to live there, they’ll live there.”We hope many more changes are to come as this case is far from an isolated incident. Prior to the release of this video were two others; one involved an inmate who died at the jail of a drug overdose. Video showed that as he was dying on the floor none of the guards provided medical care. Another video showed a Black woman being pepper sprayed at point-blank range as she was strapped to a chair. Several officers have been indicted in both cases as well as in the deaths of several inmates that occurred over the course of a year.SEE ALSO:Writer Who Tried To Shame Black D.C. Metro Employee Sues For ‘Racial Torment’The Alleged Mistress Of Suspected Killer Derion Vence Speaks Out Cleveland , Cuyahoga County Jail Jamaican Republican Who Is Running Against AOC Supported Her A Year Ago White Tears! Former Meteorologist Files Lawsuit Claiming He Was Fired Because Of Diversity