S. Dakota’s Glisar Breaks School Record

Megan Glisar-Sgt. Bluff-South Dakota ©Jim Kirby

Megan Glisar-Sgt. Bluff-South Dakota
©Jim Kirby

South Dakota senior Megan Glisar broke her own school record and finished runner-up in the high jump as the Coyote track and field teams wrapped up competition at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays on Saturday.

Glisar cleared 6 feet, ¾ inches to best the record she set a week ago at the Baldy Castillo Invitational by three-quarters of an inch. The height ranks third-best in Division I this season.

Distance runners senior Taylor Chapman and sophomore Mach Dojiok qualified to run in the Jerry Thompson Men’s Mile Invitational. Chapman placed eighth in 4:13.25 and Dojiok took 13th in 4:20.79.

Taylor Chapman-Spencer-Morningside ©Morningside Athletics

Taylor Chapman-Spencer-Morningside
©Morningside Athletics

Senior Cody Snyder rounded out the Coyotes competing on the final day of the Texas Relays. Snyder finished 14th in the shot put with a throw of 55-3.

Coyote track and field returns to South Dakota next Saturday for The Duels in Sioux Falls, S.D.