April 2, 2014
RALEIGH, N.C. - Brycen Spratling's impressive anchor leg in the men's 4x400 meter relay is catching attention all around the nation after he closed what seems to be an impossible gap to take first in his heat at this past weekend's Raleigh Relays.
Spratling made the outstanding kick after only a short rest period from his 800 meter performance earlier in the day. Spratling was at a clear disadvantage when he received the baton to close the race, but managed to make up for lost time with a 45.37 split, advancing from fourth to the clear winner of the relay.
The men's 4x4 team of Dustin Fuller, Micah Murray, Josh McDonald and Spratling placed first in their heat and third overall at the Raleigh Relays with a time of 3:10.24.
Video Courtesy of FLOTrack.
Pitt has Successful Weekend at Three Different Meets
Track and Field to Compete at Penn Relays; UB Invitational
Fosam and Clancy Named to All-ACC Academic Indoor Track and Field Team
WATCH: Inside the Workout with Pitt Track and Field
Men's 4x4 Wins Virginia Challenge; Runs Season Best Time
Track and Field Takes on Virginia Challenge