SEATTLE — It didn't take Frederick Wagner V long to find his way into the Sacramento State record book. The JC transfer scored 4,674 points at the UW Invitational in his first heptathlon with the Hornets to move into sixth place in school history. Wagner's total placed him seventh at the meet and was the highest total among NCAA Div. I athletes. Andrew Stich finished in 11th place with a 4,345 points.
Wagner entered the final day in fifth place. He started Saturday by running the 60-hurdles in 9.31 seconds. After clearing 11-09.75 in the pole vault, he wrapped up the competition by completing the 1000 in 2:40.12. His point total is also the fifth highest in the Big Sky Conference this season.
Stich had marks of 8.89 in the 60-hurdles, 11-05.75 in the pole vault and 2:47.29 in the 1000 on Saturday. The junior finished just off of his career best of 4,487 points which was set last year at the Snake River Open.
In the main program of the meet, sophomore Ivie Eboigbodin competed in three events. Eboigbodin jumped 15-11.50 to place 36th in the long jump. She was 41st in the 60-hurdles after running 9.80 and tied for 16th place after clearing 4-11.00 in the high jump.
Sacramento State will travel to the New Mexico Collegiate Classic in Albuquerque, N.M., next weekend. The two-day meet will start on Friday, Feb. 2.
1. Kodiak Landis, Central Washington, 5407
2. James Phillips, Concordia, 4968
3. Pieter Top, Westmont, 4943
4. Henry Vildosola, SB Track Club, 4865
5. Braydon Maier, Central Washington, 4799
6. David Sramek, Alaska Anchorage, 4692
7. Frederick Wagner V, Sacramento State, 4674
8. James Asselin, SB Track Club, 4606
9. Zach Munoz, Azusa Pacific, 4570
10. Michael Forster, Central Washington, 4555
11. Andrew Stich, Sacramento State 4345
12. Quinti Porterfield, Eastern Washington
13. Giovanni Brown, Concordia, 3989
14. Grant Whitcutt, Montana, 3883