LONG BEACH, Calif. – A total of seven Seawolves posted GNAC Championships qualifying times at the Beach Invitational on the Jack Rose Track, highlighted by three 400-meter runners, Saturday.

Sophomore Vanessa Aniteye led the way with an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 55.03 seconds – the 10th-fastest time in Div. II this season. Aniteye earned her fastest of four provisional marks set this season.

Juniors Yemi Knight and Danielle McCormick secured GNAC Championships qualifiers, finishing in 56.07 and 56.81, respectively. The times are collegiate-bests for both.

On the men’s side, freshman Oshane Hylton recorded his fourth GNAC quality time in the 100-meter dash. Hylton crossed the line in 10.87 at Long Beach State Univ.

Freshman Felix Kemboi, the 2018 GNAC 5,000-meter indoor champion, will compete in the 1,500-meter run. Kemboi earned his second GNAC quality mark, running 3:54.27.

Sophomore Christopher Brake, the GNAC Men’s Field Athlete of the Meet at the conference’s indoor championship, will compete in the high jump at the outdoor meet. He matched his career-best mark of 6 feet, 6.75 inches.

A handful of Seawolves will travel to Nampa, Idaho to compete at the GNAC Multi-Event Championships, Apr. 30-May 1. The majority of the remaining qualifiers will compete in Monmouth, Ore. at the GNAC Outdoor Championships, May 11-12.