Blacksburg, Va.- The Charlotte 49ers wrapped up the second weekend of the indoor season in day two of the Virginia Tech Invitational.
“We learned a lot from day two about what we need to work on this week in training. A big part of these early meets is identifying elements to focus on moving forward and also simply getting accustomed to the demands of multiple day and multiple event meets as well as the ability to perform consistently throughout,” said Coach Robert Olesen.
“Overall it was a successful weeked and with us being at Virginia Tech again next week we will be able to learn a good deal about the effectiveness of our training by being able to compare performances across weekends at the same facility.”
T’Sheila Mungo improved her season best in the 400m placing third with a 55.55 performance. Phillip Bryant led the way for the men’s 400m placing ninth with a time of 50.22. Chris Tate followed Bryant with a 50.32 performance.
The 49ers return to Blacksburg, Va. next weekend competing in the Hokie Invitational, Jan 24-25.