TUCSON, Ariz. — Emilia Del Hoyo set a career best with 5,015 points to improve her seventh-place standing all time in the heptathlon to highlight the performances by Sacramento State during the second day of the Jim Click Shootout.
A day after setting three PRs in the first four events, Del Hoyo set personal bests in the 800 as well as with her total. She started the day with a long jump of 17-08.25 and followed with a javelin throw of 103-01. She then ran 2:23.36 to set a career best in the 800 to wrap up her competition. Her total makes her the seventh women in school history to go over 5,000 points and just the third since 2010.
Chloe Lindbo totaled 4,343 points in her first collegiate heptathlon. Lindbo had marks of 14-11.25 in the long jump, 84-11 in the javelin and 2:25.36 in the 800.
In the decathlon, Frederick Wagner V and Andrew Stich placed third and fourth, respectively, in the B section. Wagner overcame a stumble in the 110-hurdles which left him with a time of 17.55. He added marks of 104-07 in the discus, 11-05.75 in the pole vault and 149-08 in the javelin. Wagner closed with a time of 4:58.97 in the 1500.
Stich's day was highlighted by a career best of 12-05.50 in the pole vault. That mark came after running the 110-hurdles in 15.76 and throwing the discus 101-10. He ended the meet with a javelin throw of 125-07 and ran the 1500 in 4:54.10.