In her first race since August, Emma Coburn turned in quite the effort.

The University of Colorado senior finished fourth in the women's Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games on Saturday night in New York.

Sheila Reid won the race in 4 minutes, 27.02 seconds. Mary Cain was second (4:28.25) and Kate Grace was third (4:28.79). Coburn finished in 4:29.86.

Former Buff Sara Vaughn did not finish the 12-person race.

CU's Joe Morris finished seventh in the men's 60-meter dash. Doc Patton won the race in 6.50 seconds. Morris was clocked at 6.724 seconds, just behind Jeremy Bascom in 6.721.

Morris was the only collegiate runner in the field.

Meanwhile, Bernard Lagat regained the American record in the indoor 2 miles with yet another victory.

The 38-year-old Lagat finished in 8:09.49 at the Armory to just barely accomplish his goal, lowering Galen Rupp's mark by .23. Lagat now owns the American indoor records at 1,500 meters, 1 mile, 3,000 meters, 5,000 meters and 2 miles.

Lagat has won a record eight titles in Millrose's signature event, the Wanamaker Mile. The last two years, though, he has used the storied indoor meet to set a different kind of standard.

He reclaimed the 5,000 record here a year ago. But on the same day, Rupp broke his mark in the 2 miles, so Lagat took on that race this year at the 106th Millrose Games.