Bruce Posts NCAA Top-20 Time in 1,500-meters
AZUSA, Calif. – Jack Bruce highlighted action for Arkansas on the west coast as a group of three competed in the 1,500-meters Friday night at the Bryan Clay Invitational.
Bruce, who entered the meet with a best time in the event of 3:41.45 from last years John McDonnell Invitational, finished the night in 16th-place with personal best of 3:39.86 – currently No. 16 in the NCAA. Bruce was part of a group of 21 student-athletes that ran below the stadium and meet record of 3:41.17 run by Ross Millington in 2012.
Also in the field for the Razorbacks Friday night were Ethan Moehn (3:45.97) who finished 54th and Colin O’Mara (3:55.90) in 201st-place.
The men’s team will continue to compete this weekend, taking part in the 2018 Michael Johnson Invitational hosted by Baylor University in Waco, Texas Apr. 21.
The Michael Johnson Invitational will be LIVE streamed by FloTrack.
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Bryan Clay Invitational
16. J. Bruce – 3:39.86
54. E. Mohen – 3:45.97
201. C. O’Mara – 3:55.90