Two fieldhouse records from sophomore sprinters led Hanover's track and field at the Anderson Indoor Invitational Saturday in the Kardatzke Wellness Center in Anderson.

Led by the record-setting efforts of Briahna Chambers of Bell, Texas, and Jordan Moseby, of Indianapolis, Hanover's women won the invitational, while the men finished fifth.

Moseby set a fieldhouse record in the 60-meter hurdles in 9.11 seconds, topping the rest of the field by more than half a second. Her time currently ranks 12th in the country.

Chambers tied the fieldhouse record in the 60-meter dash with a school-record 8.09 in the preliminaries.

Chambers was also second in the long jump at 4.67 meters and cruised to a commanding win in the 200-meter dash. Her 27.46 seconds time narrowly missed Angie Lugo's 1998 school record of 27.43.

Mackenzie Dye outdistanced the 5,000-meter field running 18:29.68. Dye only ranks behind former all-American Leah Peelman in that event.

The women's team also set three records in the field events.

High jumper Frannie Larson leaped 1.58 meters, breaking Amanda Fritz's 1993 record of 1.53 meters. She placed third in the event.

For the second consecutive meet, Emily Boyd won the weight throw, matching her school-record of 14.11 meters. Stephanie Proffit and Ashlee Arbaugh finished second and third in the event, respectively, at 12.39 meters and 11.93 meters.

Arbaugh also broke her own shot put record, winning with at 11.49 meters.

Khrystal Nugent won long jump with a career-best 4.78 meter effort. The jump ranks third in Hanover indoor history.

In just her first collegiate outing, freshman Holli Leslie won the triple jump at 10.44 meters - the second-best effort in Hanover history, narrowly missing Maggie Noger's record of 10.46. Noger was third with a 10.02-meter effort.

Hanover scored 171 points to edge Wheaton (Ill.) and four Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference opponents for the meet crown.

Two male distance runners earned a place in the Hanover record books in the 5,000-meter run.

Logan Wells was fifth in a time of 16:29.30, while Ben Franke was one place behind in 16:29.77. The pair move into third and fourth on the school's career indoor list.

Austin Duncan also earned a spot on the top-five list, tossing the weight 13.57 meters. Duncan place third overall and is now fourth in Hanover history in the event.

Joe Feldman placed third in the 400 meters, running a season-best 52.05. His third place finish also ranks third on the Hanover indoor list.

High jumper Nick Jaeger finished third with a 1.93-meter jump.

Hanover competes in the DePauw Invitational on Saturday.