Vanderbilt two-sport star Simone Charley.
Freshman Simone Charley shattered the school record in the triple jump, as she and sophomore Skyler Carpenter each earned Top-5 finishes to highlight Vanderbilt's performance on the opening day of the Sea Ray Relays in Knoxville, Tenn.
Charley captured third place in the triple jump at 41.10.75, which easily surpassed Vanderbilt's previous best set in 1996 by Christina Penn (40.06.75).
Carpenter set a new personal record and took third place in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 59.91, which was the fifth-best showing on Vanderbilt's all-time performer's list.
Freshman Sarah Bell finished just outside the Top-5, taking sixth in the pole vault by clearing 3.80m.
Freshman Sarah Goodale was 11th in the high jump at 1.65m and Erin Edmond was 12th in the 400-meter dash with a time of 56.48.
Edmond posted a time of 25.06 in the 200 for 27th, and Goodale finished at 15.22 in the 100 hurdles.
Representing Vanderbilt in the men's 5000-meter run were John Ewing (14:57.39; ninth place), Jake Van Geffen (15:17.86; 18th), Nick French (15:18.68; 20th) and Andrew Fix (15:39.73; 29th).
Women 100 Meter Hurdles
32 Goodale, Sarah Vanderbilt 15.22
Women 400 Meter Dash
12 Edmond, Erin Vanderbilt 56.48
Women 400 Meter Hurdles
3 Carpenter, Skyler Vanderbilt 59.91
Women Triple Jump
3 Charley, Simone Vanderbilt 12.77m 1.3
Women 200 Meter Dash
27 Edmond, Erin Vanderbilt 25.06
Women High Jump
11 Goodale, Sarah Vanderbilt 1.65m
Women Pole Vault
6 Bell, Sarah Vanderbilt 3.80m
Men 5000 Meter Run
9 Ewing, John Vanderbilt 14:57.39
18 Van Geffen, Jake Vanderbilt 15:17.86
20 French, Nick Vanderbilt 15:18.68
29 Fix, Andrew Vanderbilt 15:39.73