The three-day meet kicks off Thursday and concludes Saturday with athletes and teams looking to advance to the NCAA Championships - which will be contested June 9-12 in
Monal qualified for both the 100m and 200m events this weekend. The reigning Atlantic Sun Most Outstanding Track Performer has his strongest chance of advancing out of the regional in the 100m, as Monal's time of 10.26 - set at the Tennessee Invitational back on May 8 - is the 11th fastest mark among the field of 48 competitors. In addition, the Belle Glade, Fla. native ranks 32nd in the 200m (20.95).
Monal will be the first Buccaneer athlete to hit the track in
Meanwhile, James begins his championship run Friday when the First Round of the 110m hurdles gets underway at 4:30 p.m. James, who is making his second consecutive trip to the regional meet, ranks 27th in the field of 48. The
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