KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Portious Warren’s school record in the women’s shot put highlighted the day for the Alabama track & field teams at the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships at the University of Tennessee’s Tom Black Track on Saturday.

Warren set a school record in the shot put with an effort of 56-11 ¼ on her final attempt. Warren has sets both the indoor and outdoor UA records in the event in her first year with the Tide.

The finish was the second silver medal for the Crimson Tide women. McKenzie Yanek finished second in the 10,000 meters Friday.

Through seven events, the Alabama women are tied for fifth with Georgia with 22 points. Ole Miss is first with 50 points. Texas A&M (42), Florida (37) and Tennessee (25) round out the top five.

In men’s finals on Saturday, junior Kord Ferguson finished sixth in the shot put with a mark of 62-10 ¾ (19.17m). The mark ranks No. 6 all-time at Alabama and gives the Ottawa, Kan., native five of the top-10 efforts in school history.

Alabama is in fourth place in the men’s team race with 33 points. Arkansas leads with 39, followed by Texas A&M (25), Florida (34), Alabama and Georgia (30).

The Alabama men advanced at least one runner in every track prelim on Saturday and will now have finalists in eight running events on Sunday.