SHAWNEE – (Final Results) Oklahoma Baptist women's outdoor track and field won eight events and set a new facility record to wrap up the OBU Invitational Friday.

Abby Hoover set a Hurt Memorial Track facility record in the 5000-meter run, winning the race in 17:14.94. She shattered the previous record of 17:31.40, set by Kaylee Large in 2017.

The Lady Bison won both relays, taking the 4x100-meter relay in 48.09 seconds. McKae Mitchell, JoziRose Mayfield, Kya Barnes and Sherine Van Der Westhuizen took the 4x400 relay in 3:53.63, beating the field by more than eight seconds.

OBU claimed the top two spots in the 100-meter hurdles, paced by a first place finish from Leah Molter in 14.11. Isabella Lotz was runner-up in 14.90.

Molter also won the 400-meter hurdles in 1:02.63 and Mayfield finished second with a time of 1:04.29.

Mitchell won the 400-meter dash in 56.22 and Van Der Westhuizen took second at 57.21.

In the 800-meter run, sophomore Tesa Potter finished ahead of 49 other runners to claim first place in 2:14.79.

Payton Wilson won the pole vault by clearing 11' 3.75" (3.45 meters).

Allison Derry picked up a second place finish in the 1500-meter run with a time of 4:54.73.

Lotz finished third in the long jump at 17' 8.75" (5.40m) and was third in the triple jump at 34' 4.75" (10.48m).

Julianna Horner took third in the shot put at 41' 5.25" (12.63m).

Raigan Servati finished second in the heptathlon with 3743 points. She won the 800 in 2:35.85 in the final leg of the event.

The Lady Bison will next compete at the Baylor Invitational on April 7 in Waco, Texas. OBU will also send athletes to the Sam Adams Combined Events meet on April 6-7, hosted by Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California.