Track and Field Picks Up Two High Jump Wins at Flagstaff Invitational
Feb. 10, 2001
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Ebon Glenn and Olivia Mazzaglia led the Arizona State track and field contingent at the Flagstaff Invitational Saturday, winning the men's and women's high jump with personal best efforts of 7 feet, 1.5 inches and 5-7.25, respectively.
Glenn, a true freshman, earned an NCAA provisional qualifying mark with the winning effort, improving his personal best of 7-0. Just into his Sun Devil career, Glenn has now won two high jump meet titles. Mazzaglia, a junior, also won her second high jump meet title in two meets this season, improving her personal best clearance by a quarter-inch. The men finished one-two in the high jump, as sophomore Casey Clark cleared a mark of 6-10.75.
The only other Sun Devil to earn a PQ mark was senior thrower Adrienne Judie, placing second in the women's shot put with an effort of 49-3.00, but not exceeding her season-best effort.
A total of five Sun Devils picked up individual wins, including redshirt-freshman Seneca Holmes and junior Tony Galaviz in the men's and women's 60m high hurdles. Holmes posted a season-best time of 8.48 (altitude adjusted), improving upon her Sun Devil debut effort of 8.68 (altitude adjusted) turned in last week. Galaviz won his second 60m high hurdles title of the season in 7.93(aa).
In addition to those at Flagstaff, a small group of Sun Devils competed in day two of the Iowa State Classic in Ames, Iowa Saturday, led by a sixth-place finish by freshman Jason Barton in the 400m. Barton turned in a season-best time of 47.42 and finished sixth of 80 competitors.
Next up for ASU, the Sun Devils will return to Flagstaff for a double dual with Arizona and Northern Arizona, Friday, Feb. 16.
Complete results for the Flagstaff Invitational are available in PDF format at the top of the page.