(CMR) Caymanian Shalysa Wray ran 54.06 seconds to win the 400m at the DeLoss Dodds Invitational indoor meet on Saturday, making her the sixth fastest Kansas State University female athlete in history over the distance.
Wray (21) told reporters she was happy to have made it in the university's history books.
“I was shocked, really, especially after seeing the time. I’m really grateful to have made it into my school’s history books,” she said in a recent interview.
The athlete, who has her eyes set on the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer, said she was confident she could go faster.
Saturday's win placed her in the fourth position in the Big 12.
Wray also shined in the 60m at the start of her season at KSU-KU-WSU Triangular. She won the race in 7.51 seconds. She was second in the 200m at the meet with 24.52 seconds.
Wray, a sophomore at KSA, recently transferred from the Xavier University of Lousiana, where she was also an outstanding athlete.