INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- ASU junior sprinter Joronda White improved her previous personal record by more than half a second as she ran a 53.90 400-meter dash to finish fourth at the prestigious Cannon IV Classic in Indianapolis. White's time was one of the 10 fastest run in the 400 meters by a collegiate female this year and was an NCAA provisional qualifying mark.
ASU sent six athletes to the invitational, hosted by Butler, over the weekend. Brian Raspberry fell one spot from making the finals of the 60m dash with a 6.95 to finish second in his heat. Dawnyell Linder placed 10th in the 60m dash with a time of 7.50. Linder and Raspberry also ran the 200m and finished 16th and 12th, respectively.
Freshman Tony Berrian continued to impress by finishing 10th in both the 200m (21.77) and 400m (48.35). Junior Vondre Armour placed 23rd in the 800 (1:53.53) while Priscilla Hein finished 21st in the mile (4:55.60).
ASU continued its indoor season at the Flagstaff Invitational this Saturday.