Here are the Athletes of the Meet (in the order they were announced)
• High School Girls Athlete of the Meet for Individual Events: Haley Pierce (Tatnall, Wilmington, Del.), won the high school girls 3000-meter run in 9:16.35, second fastest ever at Penn
• High School Boys Athlete of the Meet for Individual Events: Travis Smikle (Calabar, Jamaica), won the discus with a meet record 228- 2″ (69.55).
• High School Girls Athlete of the Meet for Relay Events: Ristananna Tracey (Edwin Allen, Jamaica), anchored the winning 4×800 with a 2:03.17 split, equalling the fastest ever at Penn. Allen’s quartet ran 8:39.22, the second fastest ever at the Carnival. Tracey also anchored Allen’s 4×400 tem to third place with a 52.5 leg, the fastest split of this year’s meet.
• College Women’s Athlete of the Meet for Relay Events: Caroline King (Boston College), anchored winning 4×1500 in 4:12.2, fastest split of the event, for the first Relays championship ever for the Boston College women and first for the school since the men won the sprint medley in 1975.
• College Men’s Athlete of the Meet for Individual Events: Omo Osaghae (Texas Tech), winner of the college men’s 110-meter hurdles in 13.35. Only meet-record holder Terrence Trammell has ever run faster at the Relays.
• College Women’s Athlete of the Meet for Individual Events: Tina Sutej (Arkansas), winner of the college women’s pole vault at 14′ 7-1/4″ (4.45 meters), setting a new meet record (previous record: 13′ 10-1/2″).
• High School Boys Athletes of the Meet for Relay Events: Myles Andrews (Long Beach Poly, Calif.), anchored the winning high school boys 4×800 team with a 1:49.54 leg. Long Beach Poly’s time of 7:31.69 is the third fastest U.S. time ever at Penn.
• College Men’s Athlete of the Meet for Relay Events: Robby Andrews (Virginia), anchored a come-from-behind victory in the college men’s 4×800 with a 1:46.00 leg, as the Cavaliers repeated as champions of the event.