BEDINGFIELD LEADS DOMINATING PERFORMANCE BY WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD AT CAUSEWAY DUAL

BEDINGFIELD LEADS DOMINATING PERFORMANCE BY WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD AT CAUSEWAY DUAL

DAVIS, Calif. — Shilah Bedingfield set the school record in the 200, tied the record in the 400 and was part of the 4x100 relay team which also moved to the top of the Sacramento State record board as the Hornet women cruised to a 114-83 win over UC Davis on Friday night. The Sacramento State men's team finished second to the Aggies, 115-75, in the 14th annual Causeway Classic Dual Meet.

Bedingfield opened the meet by running the second leg in the 4x100 relay. Along with Mikayla Revera, Amari Jones and Brittany Patterson, the team ran 45.13 to break the school record of 45.55 which was set in 2014. She next posted a time of 53.50 to set the Causeway meet record in the 400 and record the fastest time in the Big Sky this season. Her time tied her with Dominique Whittington for the fastest in school history. Bedingfield completed her dynamic night by breaking one of the oldest marks in the school record book. She ran 23.36 in the 200 which bettered her wind-legal PR by over a half second and beat Donna Carley's time of 23.66 which had stood since 1983.

Amy Quinones continued the Hornets' victory tour by placing first in the 800 (2:11.47) and 1500 (4:31.03). Sacramento State also swept the top spots in the hurdles with Emilia Del Hoyo winning the 100-hurdles in 14.17 and Carly Zurn running 1:00.29 to take the top spot in the 400-hurdles.

The other wins for the women on the track came from Brittany Patterson in the 100 (11.95), Rachel Victor in the steeplechase (11:51.41) and the 4x400 relay team (3:43.21).

In the field events, Jelaia Jones jumped to sixth place in the hammer throw with a best of 177-00 to finish first in the Causeway meet. Jones was also first in the shot put at 48-04.75. Shantel Nnaji claimed the top spot in the discus (162-00) while Rhaven Dean was second in the shot put (46-00.50) and javelin (117-09).

Patterson and Nashedah Mu'Min combined to sweep the horizontal jumps. Patterson had a best of 18-08.50 to win the long jump. Mu'Min was first in the triple jump at 38-06.00. Shelby Dozier and Emilia Del Hoyo finished 1-2 in the high jump. Dozier cleared 5-07.00 while Del Hoyo set a career best at 5-05.00.

Kyle Peterson led the men's team with wins in the shot put and discus and a second-place finish in the hammer. Peterson set a personal best and improved his ninth-place standing on the Sacramento State all-time list with a long of 54-10.25 in the shot put.

Adrienne Jackson won the triple jump at 48-03.25 while Ryan Tennant was second in the long jump (23-07.50).

On the track, Jabari Reynolds won the 200 in the 21.71 and set a personal best in the 400 in 48.32. Elijah Changco added a victory in the 1500 after running 4:01.42. Jermain Worthy finished fourth in the 110-hurdles and third in the 400H but set PRs in both events. The freshman ran 15.23 in the 110H and 59.18 in the 400H.

Sacramento State will have a week away from competition before heading to the Big Sky Championships in Missoula, Mont., on May 8-11.

WOMEN'S RESULTS
1. Sacramento State 100; 2. UC Davis 67

100: 1. Brittany Patterson 11.96; 5. Mikayla Revera 12.12; 6. Amari Jones 12.22; 7. Meaghan Rogers 12.41.
200: 1. Shilah Bedingfield 23.36; 3. Mikayla Revera 24.50; 7. Amari Jones 25.45; 9. Meaghan Rogers 26.28.
400: 1. Shilah Bedingfield 53.50; 5. Jasmin Correa 59.20.
800: 1. Amy Quinones 2:11.47; 5. Cagnei Duncan 2:20.32; 6. Megan Auernig 2:20.95; 8. Rosemary David 2:28.75.
1500: 1. Amy Quinones 4:41.03; 2. Cagnei Duncan 4:34.63.
5K: 4. Emma Armstrong 19:26.00; 5. Amelia Pear 19:39.55; 6. Blayney Dolan 19:44.93.
100H: 1. Emilia Del Hoyo 14.17; 2. Cassidy Zurn 14.20; 3. Arteara Coffey 14.24; 6. Chloe Lindbo 14.87.
400H: 1. Cassidy Zurn 1:00.29; 4. Artearra Coffey 1:04.23; 5. Khala Clarke 1:08.18.
STPL: 1. Rachel Victor 11:51.41.
4x100: 1. Sacramento State 45.13.
4x400: 1. Sacramento State 3:43.21.
HJ: 1. Shelby Dozier 5-07.00; 2. Emilia Del Hoyo 5-05.00; 3. Jade Cany 5-03.00; 4. Sydney Pink 5-03.00; 6. Alanna Stein 4-11.00.
PV: 4. Tessa Davis 11-05.75; 6. Alanna Dickson 11-05.75.
LJ: 1. Brittany Patterson 18-08.50; 3. Tia Cooke 17-09.00; 6. Alanna Stein 16-02.50; 7. Chloe Lindbo 16-00.50; Lauren Wong Foul.
TJ: 1. Nashedah Mu'Min 38-06.00; 5. Alanna Stein 33-11.25.
SP: 1. Jelaia Jones 48-04.75; 2. Rhaven Dean 46-00.50; 3. Morgan Jones 45-00.50; 5. Shantel Nnaji 41-05.00; 6. Samantha Henkel 37-07.75; 7. Claire Walton 39-06.50; 8. Erin Whelan 35-10.50; 9. Justine Lee 35-03.25.
DIS: 1. Shantel Nnaji 162-00; 4. Samantha Henkel 130-02; 5. Erin Whelan 113-09; 6. Claire Walton 110-02; 7. Jelaia Jones 99-07.
HAM: 1. Jelaia Jones 177-00; 4. Morgan Jones 167-11; 5. Rhaven Dean 166-09; 7. Claire Walton 142-05; 8. Claire Walton 142-05; 9. Shantel Nnaji 134-07; 10. Samantha Henkel 131-02; 11. Justine Lee 124-06.
JAV: 2. Rhaven Dean 117-09; 3. Emilia Del Hoyo 115-02; 5. Chloe Lindbo 103-00.

MEN'S RESULTS
1. UC Davis 115; 2. Sacramento State 75.

100: 3. Daron Bland 10.83; 4. Clinton Spellman 10.92.
200: 1. Jabari Reynolds 21.71; 5. Clinton Spellman 21.89; 6. Jose Rodriguez 21.92; 7. Calvin Spellman 24.86.
400: 2. Jabari Reynolds 48.32; 4. Calvin Spellman 51.06; 5. Jose Rodriguez 53.83.
800: 2. Abraham Maldonado 1:53.42; 3. Zach Blackwood 1:59.21; 4. Elijah Changco 2:05.70.
1500: 1. Elijah Changco 4:01.42; 3. Tristen Thomson 4:08.18.
110H: 4. Jermain Worthy 15.23; 5. Frederick Wagner V 16.79.
400H: 3. Jermain Worthy 59.18.
STPL: 2. Tristen Thomson 9:55.88; 3. Shane Marshall 10:03.39.
4x100: 2. Sacramento State 42.22.
4x400: 1. Sacramento State 3:20.36.
HJ: Daron Bland, Frederick Wagner V NH.
PV: 3. Quan Phun 14-01.25.
LJ: 2. Ryan Tennant 23-07.50; 4. Daron Bland 22-09.75; 6. Adrienne Jackson 21-04.75; Tegbir Jhutty Foul.
TJ: 1. Adrienne Jackson 48-03.25; 3. Tegbir Jhutty 47-02.50; 5. Ryan Tennant 46-11.50.
SP: 1. Kyle Peterson 54-10.25; 4. Andrew Stich 37-01.25.
DIS: 1. Kyle Peterson 171-06; 4. Frederick Wagner V 107-08; 5. Andrew Stich 97-10.
HAM: 2. Kyle Peterson 189-08.
JAV: 2. Frederick Wagner V 167-04; 4. Andrew Stich 90-04.00.