BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Ball State sophomore Lindsay Wallace concluded the final day of the Hoosier Open with a third-place showing in the pentathlon at Indiana's Gladstein Fieldhouse.
With Wallace's effort, the BSU indoor track & field team finished the two-day meet with 12 top five efforts, including four top three performances.
Wallace, the lone Ball State student-athlete to compete on the final day of the Hoosier Open, posted a score of 2,729 to place third overall in the pentathlon, including a career-best effort of 28-11.25 (8.82m) in the shot put to place second among the participants in the event.
She opened the day with a time of 10.25 in the 60m hurdles, and followed by clearing 4-08.25 (1.43m) in the high jump. After her career-best performance in the shot put, Wallace closed the meet with a mark of 15-00.75 (4.59m) in the long jump and a clocking of 2:36.30 in the 800m run.
The Ball State track & field team returns to action Jan. 12 when it travels to Bowling Green, Ohio, for the Bowling Green Invitational.
3rd Lindsay Wallace - 2729 points
60m hurdles - 3rd - 10.25 (666 pts)
high jump - 2nd - 4-08.25/1.43m (544 pts)
shot put - 2nd - 28-11.25/8.82m (452 pts)
long jump - 3rd - 15-00.75/4.59m (451 pts)
800m run - 3rd - 2:36.30