Newcomer Ziyah Holman made her NCAA debut Saturday with a record setting individual performance and a stunning anchor leg in the 4x400 meter relay.
Holman made up a 4-second deficit in the 4x400 to bring the Wolverines to a half-second victory with a time of 3:48.02 at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational.
Holman ran a 51.79 split.
ZIYAH HOLMAN @ohhthatszyyy!— Michigan Track & Field / Cross Country (@UMichTrack) January 16, 2021
She brings the Wolverines' 4x400 relay back from a 4-second deficit on the anchor leg to WIN by nearly half a second in 3:48.02!
The split: 51.79 🔥🔥🔥#GoBlue pic.twitter.com/mMClS4TWFx
The true freshman from Hyattsville, Maryland also set facility and meet records in the 600m with a 1:29.27, making her number three in school history, according to University of Michigan athletics.