Tech, Grambling right on track
Morgan was No. 1 in the men’s discus at 188-7 and Jackson led the way in the 110-meter hurdles at 13.77, while clocked the top time in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles at 57.06 and Allen tossed the shot 51-4 1/2 as the women’s pacesetters.
Schuler tied with Louisiana-Lafayette’s Justin Lemaire for the best time in a meet’s longest run, clicking off a 32:57.97 over the 10,000 meters.
Representing Grambling were Kory Cook in the men’s 200-meter dash at 20.76, Kerone Fairweather in the men’s 800-meter run at 1:52.32 and the men’s 4-by-100 meter relay squad with a top time of 40.54.