The Alabama track and field team notched four wins on day one of the Bob Pollock Invitational in Clemson, S.C.

The Crimson Tide swept the top-three spots of the women’s shot put with senior Portious Warren taking first with a throw of 56.08.50. Senior Haley Teel (52-08.00) and sophomore Nickolette Dunbar (51-10.50), took second and third, respectively.

Sophomores Tamara Clark and Daija Lampkin went one-two in the 60-meter dash, with Clark taking first with a 7.23 and Lampkin finishing a fraction behind at 7.29. Junior Krystal Sparling and sophomore Demi Washington took seventh and eighth in the 60m.

Senior Mauricia Prieto won the 300 meters with a time of 38.03, while junior Symone Darius was third at 39.30. Freshman Champion Allison won the men’s 400 meters after clocking a 47.14.

Freshman Chago Basso took third in the men’s shot put with a throw of 57-10.5 while sophomore Taylor Pickett was eighth in the women’s pole vault after clearing 11-11.75.

The meet continues Saturday.