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TRACK & FIELD HOSTS MONDO TEAM CHALLENGE AS PART OF THREE-MEET WEEKEND

TRACK & FIELD HOSTS MONDO TEAM CHALLENGE AS PART OF THREE-MEET WEEKEND

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Members of the Sacramento State track & field teams will take part in three meets over three days, including the Mondo Team Challenge at Hornet Stadium on Saturday.

The action begins on Thursday with the Mike Fanelli Track Classic (formerly SF State Distance Carnival). Amelia Pear and Emma Armstrong will both compete in the women's 10K. On Friday, Amy Quinones will run the 1500 at the Stanford Invitational. Quinones has already set PRs in both the 800 and 1500 during the year and will take to the track among a loaded field which features over 100 entries. Her times of 2:08.54 and 4:26.80 lead the Big Sky.

The majority of the team will take part in the Mondo Team Challenge at Hornet Stadium on Saturday. The three-team scored meet will see Sacramento State take on UC Riverside and Idaho. Action will begin at 10 am and will see the Hornets face Idaho and UC Riverside in the team scored event.

Through three outdoor meets this season, Sacramento State has 27 marks which rank first or second in the Big Sky. Shilah Bedingfield leads the league in the 100 (11.87), 200 (24.05) and 400 (54.39) and has also been part of the team's 4x100 and 4x400 relays which pace the conference. Brittany Patterson sits atop the Big Sky in both the long jump (20-00.50) and triple jump (40-04.25).

Kyle Peterson also owns the best mark in the Big Sky in a pair of events. Peterson has a discus throw of 178-05 and a hammer toss of 196-03. The men are also represented by Abraham Maldonado (1:52.05, 800), Jevin Kitchen (6-08.00, HJ) and Ryan Tennant (23-08.25, LJ) as Big Sky leaders. Jelaia Jones (49-00.25, SP) and Shantel Nnaji (161-08, DIS) complete the league leaders for the women.

SACRAMENTO STATE ENTRIES
SF STATE DISTANCE CARNIVAL
Women
Emma Armstrong - 10K
Amelia Pear - 10K
Men
None
STANFORD INVITATIONAL
Women
Amy Quinones - 1500
Men
None
MONDO TEAM CHALLENGE
Women
Megan Auernig - 800/1500
Shilah Bedingfield - 100/200
Jade Cany - HJ/TJ
Khala Clarke - 400H
Artearra Coffey - 100H/400H
Tia Cooke - LJ
Jasmin Correa - 200/400
Rosemary David - 800/1500
Tessa Davis - PV
Rhaven Dean - SP/DIS/HAM/JAV
Emilia Del Hoyo - 200/SP/JAV
Alana Dickson - PV
Blayney Dolan - 1500
Shelby Dozier - HJ
Cagnei Duncan - 800/1500
Ivie Eboigbodin - 100H/LJ/JAV
Samantha Henkel - SP/DIS/HAM
Jelaia Jones - SP/DIS/HAM
Morgan Jones - SP/DIS/HAM
Justine Lee - SP/DIS/HAM
Chloe Lindbo - 100H/LJ/JAV
Nashedah Mu'Min - TJ
Shantel Nnaji - SP/DIS/HAM
Brittany Patterson - 100/TJ
Sydney Pink - HJ
Mikayla Revera - 200
Rachel Victor - 1500/STPL
Claire Walton - SP/DIS/HAM
Erin Whelan - SP/DIS/HAM
Lauren Wong - LJ
Cassidy Zurn - 100H/400H
Men
Zach Blackwood - 800/1500
Daron Bland - 200/HJ/TJ
Elijah Changco - 800/1500
Andrew Fowler - LJ/DIS
Adrienne Jackson - LJ
Jevin Kitchen - HJ
Anthony Lemus - 1500
Abraham Maldonado - 800/1500
Isaiah Marable - 200/400
Shane Marshall - 800/1500
Kyle Peterson - SP/DIS/HAM
Quan Phun - PV
Jabari Reynolds - 200/400
Andres Sandoval - 800/1500
Calvin Spellman - 200/400
Clinton Spellman - 100/200
Andrew Stich - LJ/DIS
Ryan Tennant - 100/TJ
Tristen Thomson - 800/1500
Konrad Trevino - 1500
Frederick Wagner V - SP
Ross Walker - 1500
Jermain Worthy - 100H/400H