JONESBORO, Ark. – Georgia State placed fourth at the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship this weekend hosted by Arkansas State.

Georgia State’s fourth-place finish is the team’s top performance since the Panthers placed second in 2015.

Lotte Meyberg took home a Sun Belt championship in the 3000m steeplechase with a time of 10:27.52 and earned 10 team points for GSU. On the weekend, Meyberg registered 16 points as she also placed third in the 5000m.

With the Panthers' finish ahead of rival Georgia Southern in the final team standings, the Panthers lock up another point in the 2018-19 Rivalry Series.

GSU Top Results

100m

8thGabby Irving: 1 pt

200m

6thJordyn Braswell: 3 pts

800m

6thAngela Alonso: 3 pts

1500m

2nd - Angela Alonso: 8 pts

5000m

3rdLotte Meyberg: 6 pts

100m Hurdles

5thAlexus Shaw: 4 pts

8thSimone Harper: 1 pt

400m Hurdles

5thAlexus Shaw: 4 pts

3000m Steeplechase

1stLotte Meyberg: 10 pts

4x100m Relay

4th – Irving/Hunt/Braswell/Reeves: 5 pts

4x400m Relay

3rd – Watson/Reeves/Irving/Hunt: 6 pts

High Jump

5thJada Watson: 4 pts

Long Jump

8thAlexus Shaw: 1 pt

Triple Jump

2ndAlexus Shaw: 8 pts

6th – Ra’Breekia Harrison: 3 pts

8th – Na’ilah Moore: 2 pts

Discus Throw

8thKiona Bradshaw: 1 pt

Hammer Throw

6thNoelia Caceres: 3 pts

Javelin

7thLauren Sims: 2 pts