Southland Conference champion Talley threw 153-10, topped only by Wake Forest's Jessie Merckle at 170-11, in the women's javelin.
The foursome of Shakeir Ryan, Keenan Jackson, Justin Walker and Ty Shilling didn't match their Southland championship time of 39.89 but had a 40.24 clocking that was bested by the 40.21 from North Carolina A&T on Saturday.
The Lady Demons' discus tandem of Rechelle Bessard and Shakemia Johnson, who went 1-2 at the Southland Outdoors, finished 4-5 at Georgia Tech. Bessard threw 159-4 and Johnson went 157-1.
Keona Jackson was 10th in the women's hammer (173-5) and 14th in the shot put (45-5). Bessard was 15th in the hammer (160-9).
Consuela Lindsay ran a 19th-place 1:01.44 in the 400-meter hurdles after setting a school record at 58.05 and winning the Southland title a week earlier.
Keenan Jackson was unable to improve on the 21.29 in the 200 that he ran last week, posting a 21.77 time Saturday.
The NCAA East Regionals are May 29-31 at Jacksonville, Fla., and the regional field will be finalized after all marks from this weekend's competitions are posted. NSU may have about a dozen qualifiers heading to the meet.