The Bryan College track and field team won five events with two NAIA national qualifying times and a school record and also had four second-place finishes in the Johnson City Invitational meet hosted this past weekend by Milligan College and Science Hill High School. Lions freshman Chris Pineda from Dalton High School won the 800-meter run with a national qualifying time of 1 minute, 54.45 seconds, and classmate Connor Hatfield qualified for the NAIA outdoor meet with a 3000 steeplechase victory in 9:24.75. Yet another freshman, Bryson Lillard, set the Bryan record with a winning 55.52 in the 400 hurdles, and the Lions won the distance medley relay. Senior Bryson Harper from Sequatchie County High was first and Alex Stephens of Cleveland was second in the 1500 in 3:57.67 and 4:00.13, and Harper was second in the steeple. Junior Jason McLeod was second in the 5000, and Andrea Spencer from Bradley Central was the women's 800 runner-up.