ATHENS, Ga. - Jaeda Hunt broke a 12-year old Georgia State record in the long jump as the Panthers competed in the Torrin Lawrence Memorial hosted by Georgia Friday and Saturday in Athens.

Hunt recorded a distance of 6.34m in the long jump, breaking Alexandra Roze'fort's school record of 6.07m set back in 2007. Hunt's new mark is tied for 10th best in the NCAA East Region this season and is tops in the Sun Belt Conference by 0.14m.

Alexus Shaw matched Roze'fort's distance of 6.07m on Friday as well.

GSU took first and third place in the 800m as Angela Alonso had the top time of 2:13.15 followed by Nuria Ramirez' third-place finish in 2:14.61.

Kiona Bradshaw took home first place in the shot put with a distance of 14.06m, beating out competitors from Georgia and Auburn.

In the 1500m, Alonso earned her second first-place finish of the weekend and Lotte Meyberg placed second.

Next up for the Panthers is the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Jonesboro, Ark., May 10-12.