GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Georgia State competed this weekend at the world-renowned Florida Relays in Gainesville going up against some of the top teams in the country.

The Panthers moved up on the Sun Belt Conference performance lists and broke the school record in the 4x800 meter relay.

The Panthers’ relay and individual results:

High Jump

4th place: Jada Watson - 1.70 meters (5’ 7.00”)

3000 meter Steeplechase

11th place: Lotte Meyberg - 10:42.85 (time now ranks No. 1 in Sun Belt)

4x400 meter Relay

12th place: Georgia State - 3:43.82 (Hunt, Reeves, Irving, Watson)  (time now ranks first in the Sun Belt)

4x800 meter Relay

14th place: Georgia State - 9:07.70 (Alonso, Prop, Meyberg, Ramirez) (*new Georgia State school record)

Triple Jump

15th place: Alexus Shaw - 12.48 meters (40’ 11.5”) (jump now ranks No. 1 in Sun Belt) (*No. 5 on all-time GSU list)

Hammer Throw

18th place: Noelia Caceres - 52.74 meters. (throw now ranks No. 5 in Sun Belt)

1500 meters

19th place: Angela Alonso - 4:29.55 (time now ranks No. 1 in Sun Belt)

400 meter Hurdles

23rd place: Alexus Shaw - 1:01.36 (time now ranks No. 2 in Sun Belt)

Discus

23rd place: Kiona Bradshaw - 40.71 meters.

200 meters Open

27th place: Jaeda Hunt - 24.17 (time now ranks No. 4 in Sun Belt)

51st place: Gabrielle Irving - 24.57 (time now ranks No. 6 in Sun Belt)

58th place: Jordyn Braswell - 24.69 (time now ranks No. 7 in Sun Belt)

4x100 meter Relay

31st place: Georgia State (Irving, Hunt, Braswell, Reeves)

5000 meters

34th place: Marine Garnier - 17:48.55 (time now ranks No. 7 in Sun Belt)

800 meters

43rd place: Anouk Prop - 2:13.83 (time now ranks No. 6 in Sun Belt)

49th place: Nuria Ramirez - 2:16.52 (time now ranks No. 9 in Sun Belt)