USC Track & Field Has Strong Start At Razorback Invitational
Kasaun James took second in the men's 200m dash with the eighth-fastest time in USC history and Sam VanDorpe took second in the men's 600m race with a personal best to lead the Trojans during the first day of the Razorback Invitational today (Jan. 28)
- James took second in the final heat of the men's 200m and second overall with a time of 20.82. That time moved him into eighth on USC's all-time indoor 200m list. He led a strong group of Trojans as USC athletes earned three of the top five finishes. Johnnie Blockburger placed fourth with a time of 21.10 and Eric Allen Jr. took fifth with a time of 21.12.
- VanDorpe took second in the final heat of the men's 600m and overall with a personal-best time of 1:18.10. VanDorpe took more than a second off his previous career best in the event.
- Also placing second in an event was USC's high jump All-American Earnest Sears III. Sears had a clearance of 7-2.25 (2.19m) on the day.
- Jan'Taijah Ford had a PR of 23.34 in the women's 200m to finish fifth. Her time is just 0.02 second outside of USC's all-time top 10 in the event.
For complete results, see the attached Results PDF or the Live Stats link on the schedule page.
The Trojans will be in action tomorrow beginning at 9 a.m. PT.