WATCH: Auburn WR Anthony Schwartz sets school freshman record in 60-meter dash
Auburn WR Anthony Schwartz set a school freshman record in the 60-meter dash on Friday at the Clemson Tiger Paw Invitational.
Schwartz, who was one of the fastest players in college football, finished third in the event after running a 6.59 60-meter dash. His time was the fastest by any freshman in the nation so far this year, and it also tied his best personal time.
In addition to Schwartz, AU CB Noah Igbinoghene set a personal record in the long jump with 25 feet, 3.5 inches.
Here’s video of Schwartz running his 60:
Records are meant to be broken!@anthony_flash10 ties his lifetime best 6.59! ⚡️⚡️
✅ – NEW AU freshman record (6.59)
5️⃣ – No. 5 performer in AU history
9️⃣ – No. 9 AU time since 1998
🔟 – Top 10 NCAA performer in ‘19
1️⃣ – Tied for top freshman time in nation
Lane 5. 👀 pic.twitter.com/o5WCYU08Xt
— Auburn Track & Field (@AuburnTFXC) February 9, 2019
Although Schwartz finished third in the event, he took to social media following the race.
Not the result I wanted but can’t say I’m disappointed, two weeks it going down📝 https://t.co/RIzPVnBdwy
— Anthony Schwartz OLY (@anthony_flash10) February 9, 2019