COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s track and field program completed day two of the season-opening Jim Green Invite hosted by the University of Kentucky. The Buckeyes claimed six top-five finishes and three career-best finishes.
In addition to the strong team showing, Ohio State also received some notable individual performances, including one from freshmen Clarence Foote-Talley, who was making his collegiate debut. Foote-Talley won the triple jump title with a distance of 16.09-meters for a career best.
A total of 17 teams participated in the meet, including in-state foes Xavier, Dayton and Cincinnati. No team scores were kept.
Top Five Finishes
The Buckeyes will travel up north to compete in the Simmons-Harvey Big Ten Invitational hosted by Michigan on Jan. 18.