Oklahoma Baptist hit eight automatic qualifying and five provisional marks Saturday at the Arkansas Invitation.
OBU did well in the men's 400 with T.J. Lightsey finishing third behind two Baylor runners and qualifying with a time of 48.00; both Adam Betterton and Ethan Mignard met the 'B' standard with 50.29 and 50.43 times, respectively.
In the men's 800, A.J. Carter came in seventh at 1:54.53 with Prophet Bailey on his heels at 1:55.38 in eighth, both qualifying times.
Adding to the list of qualifiers, the men's 4x400 team recorded an eighth-place time of 3:17.02.
On the women's side, Yesenia Avila finished eighth in the 800 meters at 2:18.26 to qualify.
Two athletes and a relay team bettered their qualification times.
Marissa Mosely improved upon her 200 meter time, finishing at 25.24 in 14th place. The 4x400 women's relay team recorded an eighth-place 3:53.54 time, and Lamar Baskin beat his 60 meter hurdle mark with his fifth-place 8.08. Also in the 60 meter hurdles, Tracy Drew met the provisional mark in the preliminaries with an 8.44 time.
The women's distance medley team won the race in a time of 12:57.67, good for a provisional qualification.
In the pole vault, Seth Brown hit the provisional standard with a 15-1 effort, but he already qualified in December for the national meet.
OBU goes back to Manhattan, Kan. for the second time this season Friday and Saturday for the Wildcat Invitational.