On March 6th, Rajee Dunbar ’12 set a Rutgers University school record in the 60m dash and helped secure another program record in the 4x400m relay at the indoor IC4A Championships in Boston.
BOSTON – Senior Rajee Dunbar (Arlington, Va.) set a school record in the 60m and helped the Rutgers track and field team secure a program record in the 4x400m relay during the indoor IC4A Championships in Boston.
The Scarlet Knights finished tied for fourth overall in the field with a total of 47 points. Hampton captured the IC4A crown with 66 points, followed by Albany (65) and Liberty (49.75).
Dunbar finished first in the 60m with a time of 6.79, a school record and personal best. Dunbar’s previous fastest time was 6.81, set at the Great Dane Classic earlier this year.
Dunbar, junior Jermaine Griffith (Hamilton, N.J.), senior Calvin Knox (Oakland, N.J.) and sophomore Jordan Jimerson (Edison, N.J.) set a Rutgers record in the 4x400m relay with a time of 3:09.13, good for second in the field. Serving as the anchor, Griffith’s 45.3 split was the fastest in Rutgers’ history.