Gelibert finished first in the event to help Coastal earn 203.25 points as they finished 6.75 behind the Flames, who held a big lead entering the final day.
CCU’s 400-meter relay team – Ruby Durham, Erica Peake, Teka Simpson and Qwontajah Thompson – set a new facility record in winning with a time of 45.50, and the 1,600-meter relay team – Gelibert, Thompson, Camille Hurley and Simpson won in 3:45.68. Amirah Al-Bayyinah won the triple jump (40-11).
Other CCU performers finishing in the top eight to earn points were (top three earned all-conference): Christina Davis (400m hurdles, second, 1:00.52); Kelila Naules (triple jump, eighth, 36-101/2); Christina Davis (100m hurdles, second, 13.79); Ashley Davis (100m hurdles, third, 13.83); Gelibert (100m hurdles, fourth, 13.91); Hurley (100m hurdles, fifth, 14.03; 400m, fourth, 56.09); Peake (100m, second, 11.61; 200m, second, 23.90); Symphony Thompson (100m, fourth, 12.02); Qwontajah Thompson (200m, fourth, 24.30; 400m, second, 54.99); Durham (100m, fifth, 12.18); Simpson (200m, fifth, 24.44); Sharmaine Barnes (400m, seventh, 56.84); Emily Marchini (800, second, 2:12.44; 1,500m, second, 4:34.71; 5,000m, eighth, 17:51.04); Shelby Nicosia (1,500m, fourth, 4:36.80); and Anjulia Nicholson (discus, eighth, 139-2).Team scores
CCU men’s track and field
The 400-meter relay squad – Ronnie Jackson, Joseph Wilson, Corey Hackett-Greene and sophomore Eric Brown – won in 40.83, and the 1,600-meter relay squad – DeAndra Lipscomb, Hackett-Greene, Deion Wellington and Matthew Lights – won in 3:11.41.
Coastal had several individuals with top-eight finishes: Lipscomb (400m, second, 47.80; 200m, seventh, 21.79); Cameron Griggs (discus, third, 158-7); Jordan Roach (discus, fourth, 155-7); Hackett-Greene (400m, third, 47.97); Wellington (400m, eighth, 49.21); Russel Kanner (400m hurdles, second, 53.21); Lights (400m hurdles, third, 53.26); Carrington Fernandors (400m hurdles, seventh, 56.60); Wilson (100m, fourth, 10.68; 200m, fifth, 21.47); Jackson (100m, seventh, 10.86); and JaDarrrell Barnett (triple jump, fifth, 46-6).Team scores
Cacia Pierre led the way in the second game, hitting two home runs and driving in three runs for Coastal (30-18, 15-5 Big South).
Bri Chiusano had three hits and two runs scored, while Jazmin Daigle added two hits and two RBIs in the opener.
Kiana Quolas and Ashley Bagwell picked up victories in the circle, combining to allow just one earned run in the two games.
CCU women’s lacrosse
In the opener, South Carolina (30-10, 10-7 SEC) rallied for four runs in the sixth inning to erase a 2-0 deficit en route to a victory.