Graduate student Shelby Daniele shattered her own school record in the women's indoor 200-meter, while sophomore Tatiana Cornejo broke the program record in the women's indoor 5,000-meter during Day 1 of the Husky Classic. Daniele ran a personal best of 24.36 seconds, and Cornejo achieved a time of 16:01.47, marking an all-around 40-second personal best. Junior Maya Holman also set a program record in the women's 60-meter hurdles, and junior Melody Nwagwu recorded an indoor PR in the women's long jump at 39 feet, 10.75 inches. On the men's side, freshman Ben Kin Ho Tsang broke his own school record in the 60-meter hurdles, and sophomore Rory Devaney earned second place in the shot put with a mark of 63-1, 4 inches off his own program record.

By the Numbers
  • Shelby Daniele's record-breaking time in the women's 200-meter: 24.36 seconds
  • Tatiana Cornejo's record-breaking time in the women's 5,000-meter: 16:01.47
State of Play
  • Shelby Daniele placed second in the women's 200-meter
  • Tatiana Cornejo's time of 16:01.47 was the fastest by a Mustang indoors or outdoors since 2017
  • Maya Holman jumped to No. 3 all-time in program history in the women's 60-meter hurdles
  • Ben Kin Ho Tsang broke his own school record in the 60-meter hurdles
  • Rory Devaney earned second place in the shot put with a mark of 63-1
Bottom Line

Shelby Daniele and Tatiana Cornejo achieved remarkable performances, breaking school records and setting personal bests during Day 1 of the Husky Classic, showcasing the strength of Cal Poly's track and field team.