CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina – Senior sprinter Meena Reid finished second and just missed tying her own school record in the 60 meters to lead UNCW in its indoor track and field opener at the Dick Taylor UNC Challenge on Friday in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Reid used a time of 7.49 seconds to finish second and miss tying her school record of 7.48 set last January in Fairfax, Va. Junior Hailey Blackburn took fourth with a time of 7.66.

In the men’s 60-meter Hurdles, sophomore Matthew Foster posted a new personal record with a time of 8.39, which placed him sixth in the race. His time also moved him into ninth all-time on UNCW’s indoor records list.

UNCW posted an impressive 3-4-5 finish in the women’s Triple Jump. Chryssandra Tatum, a freshman, finished third (11.08m) while sophomore Tatyana Brewton was fourth (10.99m) and Mikayla Kinloch fifth with a mark of 10.78m.

On the men’s side of the Triple Jump, senior Aerial Chatman used a mark of 14.33m to take fourth and junior Cameron Walton was fifth at 14.28m.

In the women’s High Jump, freshman Margaret Edwards placed fourth (1.65 meters) and sophomore Emily Kimble was sixth (1.60).

Senior Dylan Skinner also moved up in the records book with a seventh-place finish in the mile with personal record time of 4:19.09, which also moved him into ninth all-time.

Senior Brent Campbell headed up the Seahawks in the Long Jump with a mark of 7.02m, which placed him fourth. Newcomer Nathan Chronister (6.87m), a sophomore transfer from Akron, and sophomore Trey Jones (6.76m) were fifth and sixth, respectively.

In the Heptathlon, freshman Nick Benton collected 3,584 points to finish seventh and Jacob Wilson, also a freshman, placed eighth (3,366).

The women’s 4x400 Relay of Meredith Bozzi, Reid, Sarah Whitman and Alyssa Omile finished third in a time of 3:57.56.

On Thursday, Lindsay Weil, Sarah Watts and Kelsey Turner all made their collegiate debuts in the Penthalon for the Seahawks. Weil finished ninth (2955 points) while Watts (2731) and Turner (2596) finished 11th and 12th, respectively.

The Seahawks next compete Jan. 31-Feb. 1, in Winston-Salem, N.C., at the Hilton Garden Invitational.