The success of St. Augustine's College alumni on the collegiate and professional sporting circuits is a reflection of the solid foundation that was in part built white they were student-athletes at SAC.
Throughout the month of January, several of our graduates have competed successfully at various track and field events.
On Saturday, January 29, 2022, Devynne Charlton '13 placed second in the women's 60m hurdles at the Millrose Games with a time of 7.95s that qualifies for the 2022 IAAF World Indoor Championships will begin on Friday, March 18. It was a season-best for the Olympian who placed 6th in the 100m hurdles at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan with a time of 12.74s.
Charlton, who competes professionally under Puma, attended Purdue University on a scholarship. She is the daughter of alumna, Laura Pratt-Charlton, and SAC supporter, Dave Charlton. Her sisters, Anthaya Charlton '20 and Lauren Charlton '09, are also SAC alumnae.
Kaiwan Culmer placed first in the men's triple jump at the 2022 Graduate Classic (1/14-15) with a time of 15.78m.
Adrian Curry Jr. ran a personal best of 6.76s, placing third in the men's 60 meter dash at the Big Ten Midwest Invite on Saturday, January 15, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. The 2019 alumnus competed under Ohio State University, where he is enrolled.
Also, on January 29, 2022, Megan Moss '19 and her team from the University of Kentucky placed first in 4x4m relay with a time of 52.69s at the Rod McCravy Memorial Track and Field Invitational in Lexington, Kentucky. The event was hosted by the University of Kentucky, where Moss is a senior. Moss is the daughter of SAC alumnus, Tito Moss.
Curry Jr. and Moss are part of a cohort of 7 SAC student-athletes from the class of 2019 who received full athletic scholarships to attend Division One universities throughout the United States of America.
Though they don't compete wearing red and white anymore, St. Augustine's College is Godly proud of our alumni-athletes.