NCAA Utah College Track Roundup: 5/12

first_imgMay 13, 2018 /Sports News – Local NCAA Utah College Track Roundup: 5/12 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAWRENCE, Kan.-Saturday at the WAC track and field championships, Grand Canyon’s men and women each decisively won their titles as the Antelope women posted 225.05 points to Utah Valley’s 205 points. The Grand Canyon men posted 254 points and Utah Valley was second with 170 points.Saturday’s events started with New Mexico State’s women winning the 4 x 100 relay in a time of 46.11 seconds, while Utah Valley finished fourth in 47.12 seconds. The Wolverines’ team consisted of Ashley Zulauf, Alena Gillespie, Mykah Ouderkirk and Lexi Shaw.The men’s 4 x 100 relay was won by Grand Canyon in a time of 40.55 seconds. The Utah Valley men placed third and this team was comprised of Tyler Liddiard, Jordan Carder, Cade Owen and Andre Jones.The Wolverines swept the titles in the women’s and men’s 1500-meter runs as the women’s winner was Savannah Neuberger (4:51.15) and Anthony Ocegueda (3:59.39). Additionally, in the women’s 1500-meter run, Shevaun Ames of Utah Valley placed second.Sarah Root of Grand Canyon won the women’s 100-meter hurdles in 13.50 seconds and William Winfield of Grand Canyon won the men’s 1100-meter hurdles title in 14 seconds.In the women’s 100-meter dash, New Mexico State’s Katara Nelson won the title in 11.41 seconds and the men’s 100-meter dash winner was Grand Canyon’s Ryan Girk in 10.11 seconds.The women’s 400-meter dash winner was Chicago State’s Jocindra Glee in 56.44 seconds while the men’s 400-meter dash winner was Isaac Allanarem of Grand Canyon in 47.13 seconds.Utah Valley’s Savannah Neuberger won the women’s 800-meter run as well in a time of 2:17.28. Cal State-Bakersfield’s Curtis Threlkeld had a time of 1:54.52 in the men’s 800-meter run.Utah Valley’s Lexi Shaw was the women’s 400-meter hurdles champion in a time of 1:00.96 while her teammate, Mykah Ouderkirk placed second.Anthony Phelps of Grand Canyon was the men’s 400-meter hurdles champion and Andre Jones of Utah Valley placed second overall.Katara Nelson of New Mexico State won the women’s 200-meter dash crown and Utah Valley’s Alena Gillespie was second. The men’s 200-meter dash title was won by Grand Canyon’s Ryan Girk (20.51 seconds) and Utah Valley’s Jordan Carder placed second.Paige Hildebrand of Grand Canyon won the women’s 3000-meter steeplechase title while McKayla Walker of Utah Valley placed second.The men’s 3000-meter steeplechase crown was won by Utah Valley’s Adrian Jones in 9:13.28 and in the women’s 4 x 400 meter relay, New Mexico State won in a time of 3:43.54. Utah Valley placed second as the team was comprised of Mykah Ouderkirk, Alena Gillespie, Ashley Zulauf and Lexi Shaw.Grand Canyon’s men won the 4 x 400 relay in 3:13.12.In the women’s 5000-meter run, Utah Valley’s Hannah Branch won the title in 17:31.64. Her teammates, McKayla Walker and Savannah Berry, placed third and fourth, respectively.The men’s 5000-meter run was won by Texas-Rio Grande Valley’s Abraham Chirchir in 14:54.45 with Utah Valley’s Kevin Lynch and Geofrey Kemboi placed third and fourth, respectively.The women’s 10,000-meter run was won by Olivia Stein of Seattle U. in 35:51.29 as Utah Valley’s McKayla Walker, Savannah Berry and Hannah Branch placed second through fourth, respectively.Nathan Keown of Missouri-Kansas City won the men’s 10,000-meter run while Tyson Lambert and Kevin Lynch placed third and fourth respectively.Utah Valley’s Kallie Given placed first in the women’s high jump with a leap of 5 feet 6 inches and Scott Marshall of Grand Canyon won the men’s pole vault with a leap of 17-04.50 feet.In the women’s triple jump, New Mexico State’s Hannah Smith won with a leap of 41-07.75 feet and Albert MacArthur of Utah Valley took the triple jump title for the men with a a leap of 52-02.50 feet.The women’s discus title was won by Tarasue Barnett of Grand Canyon with a toss of 199-03 feet and Darcy Allen of Utah Valley placed second.FRESNO, Calif.-Saturday, the Air Force men and San Diego State women asserted themselves as the Mountain West’s best on the third and final day of competition from Fresno State University.Air Force posted 204 points with Utah State placing fourth at 131 points. San Diego State’s women netted 120.50 points and Utah State placed fifth with 71 points.The men’s 100-meter dash was won by Boise State’s Bryce Kirby in 10.64 seconds and Jalen Hunter of Colorado State won the men’s 110-meter hurdles race in a time of 14.22 seconds.New Mexico’s Carlos Salcido won the 200-meter dash for the men in a time of 21.06 seconds and Air Force’s Tyler Koss won the men’s 400-meter dash title in 46.70 seconds.Air Force’s Chip White won the men’s 400-meter hurdles crown in 52.10 seconds while Clay Lambourne of Utah State won the men’s 800-meter run title in 1:47.96 seconds.Josh Kerr of New Mexico won the men’s 1500-meter run title in 3:44.69 while Colorado State’s Cole Rockhold won the 5000-meter run in 13:55.36, upsetting Utah State’s Dillon Maggard, who placed second at 13:55.85.Colorado State’s Jerrell Mock won the men’s 10,000-meter run in 29:24.87 and New Mexico’s men won the 4 x 100 relay in 40.62 seconds.Air Force’s men secured their title with a won in the men’s 4 x 400 relay in 3:10.00.Utah State’s David Hirschmann won the men’s discus with a toss of 181-01 feet.In the men’s high jump, New Mexico’s Brent Dionisio won the title with a leap of 6-11.50 feet.The men’s javelin champion was Utah State’s Sindri Gudmundsson as the Icelandic national had a toss of 256-04 feet. His teammate, Kyle Morris, placed third.In the men’s pole vault, Utah State’s Sam Nelson took the title with a leap of 16-04.75 feet and Colorado State’s Mostafa Hassan won the men’s shot put with a toss of 61-05 feet.The men’s triple jump champion was John Reynolds of Air Force in 51-01 feet.For the women, San Diego State’s Ashley Henderson won the 100-meter dash crown in a time of 11.04 seconds.Nevada-Las Vegas’ Jasmyne Graham won the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 13.10 seconds. Ashley Henderson also won the 200-meter dash for the Aztecs in 22.59 seconds.In the women’s 400-meter dash, San Diego State’s Lisa-Anne Barrow posted a time of 52.11 seconds.Karoline Sauer of Nevada won the women’s 400-meter hurdles crown in 59.21 seconds and Utah State’s Jordan Brandt placed fourth overall.Avi’ Tal-Wilson Pe of Nevada-Las Vegas won the women’s 800-meter run in 2:02.87 as Alexis Fuller of Boise State won the women’s 1500-meter run in 4:20.40 as Tylee Newman of Utah State finished third.Allie Ostrander of Boise State won the women’s 5000-meter run in 15:44.11 and the women’s 10,000-meter run winner was New Mexico’s Ednah Kurgat.San Diego State won the women’s 4 x 100 relay 44.23 seconds as well as the 4 x 400 relay, this one was won in 3:37.39.In the women’s discus, Colorado State’s Maria Muzzio won the title in 175-06 feet and her teammate, Autumn Gardner won the high jump title with a leap of 6 feet.The women’s javelin title was won by Fresno State’s Vanja Spaic with a toss of 168-04 feet and San Jose State’s Destiny Longmire won the crown with a leap of 20-05.75 feet.In the women’s pole vault, Air Force’s Kathryn Tomczak won the crown with a leap of 13-05.75 feet.Finally, the women’s triple jump champion was Wyoming’s Ja’la Henderson with a leap of 43-10.50 feet.STANFORD, Calif.-Saturday, the Utah Utes’ women’s track and field team competed at the PAC-12 championships and was led by Grayson MurphyIn the women’s 3000-meter steeplechase, Murphy placed second in a time of 10:00.20 while Colorado’s Sage Hurta won the title in this event, posting a time of 9:57.28.The men’s 3000-meter steeplechase was won by Stanford’s Steven Fahy in a time of 8:50.07.In the men’s 10,000-meter run, Stanford’s Jack Keelan took the title in a time of 29:38.44.The men’s javelin title was won by UCLA’s Simon Litzell with a toss of 244-03 feet while the men’s long jump champion is Oregon’s Damarcus Simpson with a leap of 27-04 feet.The men’s shot put title was won by Arizona’s Jordan Geist with a toss of 65-09.75 feet.In the men’s decathlon, Stanford’s Harrison Williams is the champion with 7925 points.In the women’s hepathlon, Washington State’s Alissa Brooks-Johnson won the crown by amassing 5977 points.Stanford’s Vanessa Fraser won the women’s 10,000-meter run title in a time of 33:10.84.In the women’s hammer throw, Arizona State’s Maggie Ewen won the crown with a toss of 244 feet (Ewen also won the shot put crown with a toss of 63.00-75 feet) and in the high jump for the women, USC’s Lyndsey Lopes earned the title with a leap of 5 feet and 10.50 inches.The women’s javelin crown was won by Stanford’s Mackenzie Little with a toss of 180-1 feet and the women’s long jump champion is USC’s Courtney Corrin with a leap of 21-04 feet.California’s Lauren Martinez set a school record with a leap of 14 feet in the women’s pole vault to close out competition for Day 1 of the Pac-12 championships.The meet concludes Sunday. 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