ASU Track and Field Earns Three Automatic Qualifying Marks at Indoor Double Dual
Feb. 16, 2001
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Posting three NCAA automatic qualifying marks and five provisional qualifying marks, Arizona State track and field split versus its Double Dual opponents Arizona and Northern Arizona Friday evening, as the ASU women defeated NAU 91-78 but lost to Arizona by one point 79-78, while the ASU men defeated Arizona 79-76 but fell to NAU by one point 77-76.
The ASU men and women won 11 individual meet titles including the women's 1600m relay and distance medley relay and the men's distance medley relay. The Sun Devils were bolstered by automatic qualifiers senior Michael Campbell, sophomore Tiffany Greer and senior Adrienne Judie.
Campbell won the 400m with an indoor personal-best of 46.22, finishing just ahead of teammate and senior Tony Berrian who earned a provisional mark in 46.34. Greer earned her automatic qualifying mark in the long jump, winning the event with an effort of 21 feet, 0.50 inches. Judie, who continues to shatter her own school records in the throwing circle, once again improved her weight-throw record with an automatic qualifying mark of 64-10.00. Judie also posted a PQ in the shot put, placing second with a mark of 49-3.75.
Senior Kelly MacDonald won the mile with a provisional qualifying time of 4:54.61, while senior Vince Jones earned a PQ winning the 60m in 6.66 (alt. adj.) as did junior Tony Galaviz, winning the 60m hurdles in 7.89 (alt. adj.).
For the third consecutive meet, ASU high jumpers Ebon Glenn and Olivia Mazzaglia won their respective events, as Glenn cleared 6-9.75 and Mazzaglia cleared 5-7. For the second straight week, redshirt-freshman Seneca Holmes won the 60m hurdles in a time of 8.46.
Next up, ASU will compete in the MPSF Indoor Track and Field Championships, right back in Flagstaff, Friday, Feb. 23 through Saturday, Feb. 24.
Complete results for the ASU, NAU, UA Double Dual are available in PDF format at the top of this page.