Kind Butler Breaks the IU 60-meters Record By Christopher Webb Junior Kind Butler could’ve single handley melted the ice that kept so many Hoosier students from school a week ago with his performance at the GaReat Invitational. Butler, in the 60-meter dash, blazed to the finish line this week at a time of 6.67, making it the fastest time of any IU runner in the event. “I wasn’t excited about not coming in first until I sat down and looked at my time,” Said Butler who was beat out by Auburn for 1 st “It was my best race ever and the fact my team mates did well, made it more exciting.” Butler was happy to see senior Devin Pipken also move up in the IU record books this week, as Pipken matched Butlers previous record with a time of 6.72 in the 60-meters and placing him second fastest in IU school history. IU also got “GaReat” performances from junior Derek Drouin, who won the heptathlon with a score of 5,407 points, making it the highest score in school history. IU, also had some contribution from the women, as early season standout Faith Sherrill came in
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course JOUR 200 taught by Professor Donlon during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.