Qualified: No. 6 (second to choose lane)

The Competition: No. 3 Leah Pruett, No. 11 Shawn Langdon, No. 14 Krista Baldwin

The Results: 
Q1: 3.761 E.T. at 285.95 MPH
Q2: 4.523 E.T. at 168.68 MPH
Q3: 3.773 E.T. at 325.30 MPH

“The weekend is going good so far for this Matco Tools team with Toyota and SiriusXM, Global Electronic Technology, and Hangsterfer’s out here supporting us at the Four-Wide Nationals. We wanted to qualify better and we did that. We were the fourth-quickest on Friday night and we didn’t even make it all the way down. We’ve been working on some things and you can see it in the demeanor of this entire team, and all of the guys coming off of that big win at Atlanta. We’re just ready for race day and anything can happen at these four-wide races. The track conditions are good, but today’s first round showed it can be tricky when the track gets hot. The track can get gooey and you’ve got to know how to navigate that. We went down nice and smooth in Q3 and we wanted to get down the track. I’m pumped for my guys and this team. We want to get past first round and see how far we can march along.”