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.