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TRACK & FIELD RECORD FOUR MORE TOP 10 MARKS AT UW INVITATIONAL

TRACK & FIELD RECORD FOUR MORE TOP 10 MARKS AT UW INVITATIONAL

SEATTLE — The Sacramento State track and field teams added four more school top 10 marks and several personal bests during the final day of the UW Invitational.

The second day opened with the completion of the heptathlon. Andrew Stich had the highest total among the three Hornets with 4,833 points to place 12th overall and move into sixth place in Sacramento State history. Frederick Wagner V was 14th at 4,703 and Andrew Fowler totaled 4,688.

Stich had marks of 8.61 in the 60-hurdles, cleared a personal best 13-01.50 in the pole vault and closed with a time of 2:49.86 in the 1000. Wagner ran 9.49 in the 60H, was successful at 12-05.50 in the pole vault to set a PR and ran a personal best 2:43.59 in the 1000. Fowler had a time of 9.49 in the 60H, cleared 15-01.00 in the pole vault and ran 2:55.83 in the 1000.

Sacramento State will next compete at the New Mexico Classic on Feb. 1-2 in Albuquerque, N.M.

WOMEN'S TRACK HIGHLIGHTS

A day after running the opening leg of the distance medley relay which posted the second fastest time in Hornet history, Amy Quinones jumped in third place in the indoor mile. The senior ran 4:51.87 to shave 7.51 seconds off her personal best. Only All-Americans Chloe Berlioux and Lea Wallace are the only other Hornet women to have run a faster mile. Quinones also moved to the top of the Big Sky leaderboard this season, pulling ahead of Idaho State's Molly Olsen by .05 seconds.

Shilah Bedingfield moved into fourth place in Sacramento State history after running 55.53 to finish in second place in the 400. Bedingfield's time was nearly a full second better than her previous PR. The sophomore has now set personal bests in the 60, 200 and 400 in the first two weeks of the year. All three times place her among the top four in school history. Her time in the 400 was the second best in the Big Sky this year. Mikayla Revera also set a personal best in the event by running 57.32.

The 4x400 relay team finished fifth in 3:49.03. The team was comprised of Cassidy Zurn, Revera, A'Miracle Barlett and Bedingfield.

MEN'S TRACK HIGHLIGHTS

A pair of Hornets set personal bests in the men's 60. Calvin Spellman, who was making his 2019 debut, ran 7.02 seconds and Daron Bland crossed in 7.17. The pair finished behind Clinton Spellman who had a time of 7.01.

WOMEN'S FIELD HIGHLIGHTS

Jelaia Jones finished in third place in the shot put invite competition. Jones set a PR with a put of 49-06.50 which moved her into third place in the Hornet record book and now ranks second in the Big Sky this season. Jones' previous best was 47-10.00 which came last year.

Nashedah Mu'Min placed fourth in the triple jump. Mu'Min opened with a jump of 38-02.00 and eventually posted a best of 38-07.50 on her third attempt. Overall, she had four jumps over 38-feet.

Brittany Patterson was fifth in the long jump. Patterson had a long of 18-09.00 on her fifth and final attempt. Overall, she had three jumps of at least 18-03.25.

Morgan Jones was eighth in the open shot put. Jones saved her best for his final put which was measured at 44-00.50.

MEN'S FIELD HIGHLIGHTS

Daron Bland finished seventh and Adrienne Jackson was 10th in the long jump. Bland had a best of 22-05.25 on his final jump. The sophomore qualified for the finals with a jump of 21-09.00 before fouling on three of his next four attempts. Jackson's best of 21-01.50 came on his the attempt.

Ryan Tennant and Jackson were seventh and eighth, respectively, in the triple jump. Tennant went over 44-04 on all four of his legal attempts. His long of 45-06.25 came on his fifth jump. Jackson travelled 45-03.75 on his second leap. He had four jumps of at least 44-07.

Kyle Peterson completed the top 10 finishers by placing 10th in the shot put. The senior was seventh in the weight throw invitational and 10th in the shot put. Peterson was fourth among collegiate athletes in the weight throw with a long of 58-04.00 on his fourth throw. His best put was 48-02.75 on his second attempt.

WOMEN'S RESULTS
60: 22. Meaghan Rogers 7.89; 42. Amari Jones 8.09.
400: 2. Shilah Bedingfield 55.53; 13. Mikayla Revera 57.32; 29. Cassidy Zurn 58.96.
800: 30. Denise Reis 2:11.46.
Mile: 33. Amy Quinones 4:51.87.
4x400: 5. 3L49.03.
LJ: 5. Brittany Patterson 18-09.00; 21. Tia Cooke 17-00.75.
TJ: 4. Nashedah Mu'Min 38-07.50; 17. Lauren Wong 35-07.25.
SP-Invite: 3. Jelaia Jones 49-06.50.
SP: Morgan Jones 44-00.50.

MEN'S RESULTS
60. Clinton Spellman 7.01; Calvin Spellman 7.02; 27. Daron Bland 7.17.
400: 34. Calvin Spellmn 51.71.
LJ: 7. Daron Bland 22-05.25; 10. Adrienne Jackson 21-01.50; 13. Tegbir Jhutty 20-07.75; Ryan Tennant Foul.
TJ: 7. Ryan Tennant 45-06.25; 8. Adrienne Jackson 45-03.75; 13. Tegbir Jhutty 44-04.25.
SP: 10. Kyle Peterson 48-02.75.
WT-Invite: 7. Kyle Peterson 58-04.00.
WT: 13. Evan Stork 51-07.00.
HEPT: 12. Andrew Stich 4,833; 14. Frederick Wagner V 4,703; 15. Andrew Fowler 4,688.