CLEMSON, S.C. – The Alabama men’s and women’s track and field teams wrapped up two days of competition at the Bob Pollock Invitational in Clemson, S.C., Saturday with victories in the women’s 600 meters, women’s triple jump and the men’s high jump.

Tamara Moncrieffe won the triple jump with a leap of 42-0. Jaimie Robinson finished third at 41-3 ¼. Kaitlin Walker finished as the top collegian in the 600 meters in a school-record time of 1:31.50.

Other highlights for the women included freshmen Tamara Clark (23.40) and Daija Lampkin (23.46) posting two of the fastest times in school history as they finished second and fourth, respectively, in their collegiate debuts at 200 meters. Clark’s time ranks second at Alabama behind Pauline Davis’ 30-year-old school-record of 22.76. Lampkin’s time equals the fourth-fastest ever run at Alabama.

For the Crimson Tide men, Shelby McEwen won the high jump with a clearance of 7-3. The mark equals the No. 2 all-time clearance at Alabama, second only to Jeff Woodward’s 37-year-old school record of 7-7 ¾. On the track, Vincent Kiprop (8:07.10) and Gilbert Kigen (8:12.55) finished second and third in the 3,000 meters. Alfred Chelanga finished seventh in 8:16.24.