Kiani Profit crushed her own school record in the pentathlon and set a NCAA event record on the way to a tie for second place in the multi-event Friday at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships being hosted by Texas A&M. Profit scored 4,396 points over the five events to erase her previous school record of 4,250 set at this year’s Atlantic Coast Conference Championships. In the final event of the day, Profit ran 2:09.67 in the 800 meters to set a NCAA mark in the pentathlon 800. It was the second-fastest time in Maryland history indoors.
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