Holliday Claims Collegiate Pole Vault Record on West Regional Opening Day

May 30, 2003

STANFORD, Calif. - University of Oregon redshirt senior Becky Holliday paced Duck action in the first day of the inaugural West Regional Championships at Stanford's Cobb Track andAngell Field with a collegiate pole vault record.

The second-year Duck rewrote the collegiate record by 1/4 inches with her third-attempt clearance of 14-8. That mark - a two-inch improvement on her school and meet record from the Pacific-10 Conference Championships two weeks ago - also moved her to sixth all-time among Americans. Holliday even had an opportunity to go higher, but declined due to fatigue from the event that lasted more than five hours.

'I've never quit an event on a make, but I thought that was a good way to go today considering how tired I was,' Holliday said. 'It was a fun day to compete, and the conditions were great. Even though the winds were always changing, that didn't effect me. In fact, the crosswinds almost helped in that they maybe kept me from running too fast from the adrenaline and excitement.'

However, Holliday fortunes didn't start off as promising as she opened with a first-attempt miss at 13-2 1/4 before clearing it on her second try. She then made her first attempts at 13-6 1/4 and 13-10, then capitalized on third-attempt tries at 14-2 and 14-8 (4.47m), with the final height one centimeter higher than the former NCAA mark set by former UCLA NCAA champion Tracy O'Hara in 2000.

'The opening miss really woke me up,' Holliday said. 'I'm always nervous until I clear that first bar - no matter how easy the height. However, I knew that after that miss that it could still be a good day based on how well I jumped on such a small pole - my speed and power were definitely there. When I moved to the higher heights I really focused on the first half of my take-off - I'm normally pretty good over the bar, but I need to be in better position earlier.'

Already the top-ranked collegian this outdoor season and the NCAA runner-up indoors, Holliday's mark puts her back into the top five in the world this season - fourth to be exact - with a host of other bigger challenges on the horizon - most notably the NCAA Championships (6/11-15) in Sacramento, and the USA Championships (6/19-22) in Stanford.

'I'm glad that I didn't compete at the Pre meet last week, because I came into outdoors focused on a four-meet championship season, and this was only the second meet,' Holliday said. 'I felt rested and relaxed today after not competing last weekend. Also, being able to study people like Stacy Dragila and other competitors last week was really good for me. I saw how focused and committed they are at the upper heights, and I was able to use some of that myself today. But a record only means more pressure and expectations, so I need to go back to work and prepare for NCAA's.'

Also in the pole vault, redshirt senior Niki McEwen earned her seventh NCAA trip in the event after tying for third Saturday at 13-6 1/4 - her second-best outdoor mark ever. The Newport, Ore., native opened with a first-attempt clearance at 13-2 1/4, then followed with a second-attempt make at 13-6 1/4.

Three other Ducks competed in the 40-woman field that had all cleared 12-0 during the year. Junior Kirsten Riley and sophomore tied for 16th with their third- and first-attempt clearances at 12-6 1/4, respectively, and redshirt senior Georgette Moyle tied for 24th with her first and final clearance of the day at 12-0 1/2. Moore's mark was a half-inch personal best and still ranks her seventh in school history, behind McEwen (second, 14-1 1/4), Riley (third, 13-3 1/2) and Moyle (fifth, 12-7 1/2).

Another pair of Duck women earned NCAA invites in the javelin.

Sophomore All-Americans Elisa Crumley and Roslyn Lundeen placed third (157-11) and fourth (157-3)- and improved on eighth and fifth-place pre-meet seedings.

'It wasn't pretty, but I did my best to fight through it,' Crumley said. 'I'm in nowhere near the shape I need to be, so I used a five-step approach. I know I can throw 160 feet off that by keeping it simple. Still, it's frustrating because I can't handle the speed and technique of a full approach, and it's only two weeks before nationals. There's been a lot of different stresses this year to deal with, so I have to stop putting too much pressure on myself. I just need to compete the best that I can.'

Crumley improved from a 137-6 first throw to eventually launch two 157-foot efforts on her final two throws (157-11 and 157-6, respectively) that were within a foot of her season best of 157-11.

In contrast, Lundeen opened with a 151-4 effort, then followed with remaining preliminary marks of 157-3 and 156-1 , and another 154-1 effort on her fourth try, before a fifth attempt foul and pass on her six attempt.

'Realistically, the only good thing that happened today is that we qualified for nationals,' Lundeen said. 'I was disappointed by the marks today. Things are supposed to be clicking but they're not yet, and my elbow is still coming around. I haven't thrown in practice in two weeks, so I could feel my javelin tip all over the place - it's supposed to be at a 30 degree angle, and it was probably 70 or 80 degrees sometimes. That's not an excuse. Nationals are almost here, and I need to step up and not worry about it and just throw. Physically my strength and speed are there, I'm not just getting a clean pull on the javelin yet.'

In other women's field event action, senior Mary Etter ranked 23rd overall in the shot put (44-8) in her 11th event appearance this season, while Cal Poly's Stephanie Brown won the event by more than 1 1/2 feet (56-9 1/4). The Everett, Wash., native Etter entered the meet seeded 12th with a season best of 49-2 1/4 from the Texas Relays., and scored for the straight season in the Pac-10 showdown two weeks ago with her sixth-place finish.

In distance action, senior Eri Macdonald missed making the 800 final by only .06 seconds with a third-place time of 2:08.28 in the second of the two prelims. Her time ranked third-fastest among her races in 2003, and was less than a second shy of her season best of 2:07.40 from the Pepsi Team Invite in April in Eugene. UCLA's Lena Nilsson ran Saturday's fastest time (2:04.79) in the first heat which proved much faster and featured all four time-qualifiers from that heat. Macdonald's race was won by BYU's Aneta Lemiesz (2:06.01) followed by California's Chloe Jarvis (second, 2:07.96).

Although she has a cross country and indoor season remaining, Macdonald wraps up her outdoor career ranked seventh in UO history with last year's personal best of 2:0637 from the Husky Dual. She was a four-time Pac-10 qualifier and three-time scorer while running off a stress fracture late in her junior season league race.

In the 1,500 redshirt redshirt sophomore Laura Harmon ranked 13th overall in the combined results from the two heats (4:34.81) and missed the 12th and final invite for Saturday's final by .82 seconds. UCLA's Lena Nilsson also sported the day's fastest time (4:24.48) just ahead of indoor mile champion and Swedish counterpart Johanna Nilsson (4:24.49). Harmon's time was her fifth of the season under the 4:35.00 mark, with her season best of 4:30.50 from the Oregon Twilight.

In the women's 5K, the Ducks featured a trio of entries - redshirt sophomore Magdalena Sandoval (11th, 16:45.91), redshirt senior Carrie Zografos (13th, 17:04.57) and freshman Nicole Feest (17th, 17:14.31) who were just shy of their season bests.

Also on the track, senior sprinter Janette Davis wrapped up her Duck career with a time of 55.00 seconds to finish fourth in the third of three preliminary heats and ranked 11th overall among the 16 entries. The Medford, Ore., native closed her career as a two-time Pac-10 scorer in the event after taking sixth in 2002 and '03, and stands fourth all-time in Duck history with her season and personal best of 53.87.

Redshirt junior Abby Andrus faced the fastest hurdles fields of her career and scored a windy best of 13.93 in the 100 hurdles (w:+2.6) to finish fifth in her heat and 14th overall among the 22 entries. The first-year Duck transfer owned a previous windy best of 13.99w (w:+2.8), while her wind-legal best of 14.00 came in the Oregon Invite heptathlon. Andrus returned in the evening to leg out a 60.22 effort in the 400 hurdles to finish third in her heat and rank 12th overall - only .43 seconds from the final time qualifier. Friday's time was her second-fastest of the season, and only .32 seconds shy of her season best from the Long Beach Invite (59.90).

'A lot of key people did what they needed to get to nationals,' Oregon women's coach Tom Heinonen said. 'We had four people get in today, to go along with Abby Andrus who's already in the heptathlon field. Becky was unbelievable in the pole vault, and some other good things happened. Also in the pole vault, Hannah had her best day against her toughest field, and Abby took advantage of a good field in the 100 hurdles with another best. Elisa really pulled off a strong finish, climbing up to third after a rough start, and Ros put up a decent mark early and hung around the mid 150s all day.'

On the men's side, senior hammer thrower Adam Kriz wrapped up his finalpreparation for an NCAA return with runner-up honors (207-7) thanks toa daily best on his initial throw. Stanford rival Nick Welhizokiy wonthe event (212-0), with all the marks surprisingly low and only twothrowers topping the 200-foot mark.

In other field event action, freshman Jeff Lindsey popped one of hisbest jumps of the year when he cleared the highest opening height ofhis career (6-8), but missed his ensuing tries at 6-9 3/4 to finish ina tie for ninth overall. Fellow freshman Chad Clason missed his triesat the opening height of 6-8.

On the track, redshirt sophomore Eric Logsdon earned his first NCAAinvite with a third-place effort in the 5,000 (13:54.28), and trailedonly Stanford's Louis Luchini (first, 13:45.36) and Seth Hejny(13:51.72). The Canby, Ore., native Logsdon was less than two secondsoff his personal best from the Oregon Invite (13:52.62), and improvedtwo places off his pre-meet fifth-place seeding.

'I felt pretty relaxed and comfortable tonight,' Logsdon said, 'andthis certainly felt easier than the other 5K from April. I made a bigrun after (Stanford's Adam) Tenforde in the final 1 1/2 laps when hewas in second. I got him (In the final 150 meters), but unfortunatelythe other Stanford guy passed me before that. We had two race-plansgoing in depending on whether it was a fast race early or a slow,tactical one, and it ended up being a mix of the two. There were acouple of slower, 69-second laps early, so I stayed patient and triedto be ready to respond when the pace changed.'

In other distance action, freshman Ryan Flaherty advanced to Saturday's800 final after he took second in the first of two prelim heats(1:50.20. The Bend, Ore., native clipped off the second-fastest time ofhis career and was edged in his heat by USC frosh Raphael Asfao-Agyeiwho owned the day's fastest time (1:49.27). Flaherty's time also rankedfourth-fastest of the event's 15 entries.

Senior Samie Parker led action in the 100 with a win in the first oftwo heats (10.34). His time topped the preliminary results by a..12-second margin, and was the second-fastest of his career behind his10.18 clocking from the Pac-10 prelims. Parker also helped the 4x100advance to Saturday's final with the fifth-fastest time (40.95) and amark that ranked them third in their heat.

Freshman Matt Scherer led qualifying action in the 400 with a..02-second personal best (46.85) to win the first of four heats. TheSumner, Ill., native also moved into a tie for 10th all-time at Oregonwith former Duck Brad Coleman.

Also looking ahead to Saturday's final, freshman Eric Mitchum won thesecond heat of the 110 hurdle prelims (13.95) with the second-fastesttime of the day even though he braved a -2.1 mps headwind, while firstheat winner Tim Bogdanoff of California was aided by a +1.6 tailwind enroute to a 13.51 daily leader. Mitchum's time was his sixth sub-14.00clocking this season and the third among those that was wind-legalamong his 11 races as a Duck.

Looking ahead, the Duck M&W wrap up action Saturday in the WestRegional Championships at Cobb Track and Angell Field. Full resultsfrom both days are posted at the
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FINAL RESULTS

West Regional Championships - Day 1
Cobb Track and Angell Field
Stanford, Calif.
Saturday, May 30, 2003



WOMEN'S RESULTS

Women 100 Preliminaries - Heat 1: (w: 1.4) 1, Virginia Powell, USC,11.52Q. 2, Miya Edmonson, USC, 11.60q. 3, Alexis Weatherspoon, USC,11.63q. 4, Antonette Carter, California, 11.70q. 5, Marquita Taylor,Arizona, 11.81. 6, Crystal Phillips, Fresno St., 12.00. 7, AishaMargain, Northridge, 12.04. 8, Melinda Smedley, San Diego St, 27.56.Heat 2: (w: 1.5) 1, Natasha Mayers, USC, 11.21Q. 2, Seynabou Ndiaye,Arizona, 11.60q. 3, Porchea Carroll, Arizona St., 11.70q. 4, SaniRoseby, UCLA, 11.71q. 5, Halima Decree, UNLV, 11.78. 6, Chauntae Bayne,Stanford, 11.81. 7, Shannan Hawes, California, 11.93. 8, MistyMcConnell, Weber St., 11.95.

Women 400 - Heat 1: 1, Monique Henderson, UCLA, 53.12Q. 2, NakiyaJohnson, USC, 54.02q. 3, Adia McKinnon, UCLA, 54.16q. 4, ChristineMoschella, Stanford, 54.22q. 5, Larnie Boyd, Idaho St., DQ. Heat 2: 1,Angel Perkins, Arizona, 53.95Q. 2, Tiffany Giles, Washington St.,53.97q. 3, Joni Smith, Arizona St., 54.47. 4, Selena Frazier, IdahoSt., 55.92. 5, Bianca McNair, San Diego St, 56.52. Heat 3: 1,Cassandra Reed, Arizona St., 53.24Q. 2, Tonette Dyer, San Diego St,53.55q. 3, Jini Hogg, San Diego St, 54.67. 4, Janette Davis, Oregon,55.00. 5, T'Carra Penick, UCLA, 55.26. 6, Chinny Offor, Stanford,55.67.

Women 800 - Heat 1: 1, Lena Nilsson, UCLA, 2:04.79Q. 2, Maggie Vessey,Cal Poly-SLO, 2:06.23Q. 3, Nellie Hammons, Utah, 2:07.08q. 4, LindseyDewey, Boise State, 2:07.66q. 5, Kelly Richards, Southern UT, 2:07.90q.6, Lache Bailey, California, 2:08.22q. 7, Jennifer Stakiw, San DiegoSt, 2:08.96. 8, Wendy Chan, Irvine, 2:10.01. Heat 2: 1, Aneta Lemiesz,BYU, 2:06.01Q. 2, Chloe Jarvis, California, 2:07.96Q. 3, Eri Macdonald,Oregon, 2:08.28. 4, Lindsay Hyatt, Stanford, 2:09.37. 5, JamillahTitus, San Diego St, 2:09.66. 6, Ashley Caldwell, UCLA, 2:10.69. 7,Nicole McRae, Nevada, 2:11.93. 8, Lakeysha McClenton, Fullerton,2:13.74.

Women 1500 - Heat 1: 1, Lena Nilsson, UCLA, 4:24.48Q. 2, CourtneyInman, Washington, 4:26.10Q. 3, Katie Hotchkiss, Stanford, 4:28.41Q. 4,Kathryn Schlegel, Cal Poly-SLO, 4:28.89Q. 5, Lindsey Egerdahl,Washington, 4:30.74q. 6, Danielle Morrell, USC, 4:33.43q. 7, GennyMinnoch, Weber St., 4:39.28. 8, Angela Talarico, Northridge, 4:41.70.Heat 2: 1, Johanna Nilsson, N. Arizona, 4:24.49Q. 2, Malindi Elmore,Stanford, 4:24.77Q. 3, Jamie Cottle, BYU, 4:24.92Q. 4, AnikaSmith-Busby, BYU, 4:27.75Q. 5, Beth Hoge, Arizona, 4:29.14q. 6, BridgetDuffy, California, 4:29.32q. 7, Laura Harmon, Oregon, 4:34.81. 8, HannaBremler, Hawaii-Manoa, 4:36.68. 9, Alisha Bezanson, Southern UT,4:37.43.

Women 5000 - 1, Sara Bei, Stanford, 16:06.48. 2, Lauren Fleshman,Stanford, 16:06.51. 3, Alicia Craig, Stanford, 16:06.63. 4, DesireeDavila, Arizona St., 16:27.59. 5, Beth Hoge, Arizona, 16:28.55. 6, AnnaBlue, Washington St., 16:32.26. 7, Katie Appenrodt, Santa Barbara,16:36.36. 8, Laura Turner, BYU, 16:42.05. 9, Katie Martin, BYU,16:42.80. 10, Cosette Smith, Santa Barbara, 16:44.18. 11, MagdalenaSandoval, Oregon, 16:45.91. 12, Jessica Scalzo, Arizona St., 17:01.53.13, Carrie Zografos, Oregon, 17:04.57. 14, Natalie Rogers, N. Arizona,17:05.63. 15, Jenny Rodgers, Portland St., 17:07.64. 16, Cynthia Losee,Weber St., 17:08.52. 17, Nicole Feest, Oregon, 17:14.31. 18, BrookeThomas, USC, 17:15.32. 19, Ashley Winter, Weber St., 17:29.19. 20,Victoria Chang, Hawaii-Manoa, 17:41.83.

Women 100 Meter Preliminaries - Heat 1: (w: 2.4) 1, Dawn Harper, UCLA,13.21Q. 2, Virginia Powell, USC, 13.24q. 3, Ellannee Richardson,Washington St., 13.59q. 4, Osarhiemen Omwanghe, California, 13.89. 5,Diana Pickler, Washington St., 13.99. 6, Cecilee Day, Weber St., 14.14.7, Colby Foxley, Weber St., 14.24. Heat 2: (w: 2.6) 1, Angela Whyte,Idaho, 13.02Q. 2, Sani Roseby, UCLA, 13.28q. 3, Nicole Ireland, SanDiego St, 13.54q. 4, Kristina McKinley, Weber St., 13.85. 5, LillianBush, Stanford, 13.91. 6, Abby Andrus, Oregon, 13.93. 7, MieshaMcClendon, UNLV, 14.01. 8, Allison Sewell, Nevada, 14.13. Heat 3: (w:3.6) 1, Sheena Johnson, UCLA, 13.13Q. 2, Seneca Holmes, Arizona St.,13.31q. 3, Sharifa Jones, Arizona, 13.59. 4, Tamara Gulley, WashingtonSt., 13.75. 5, Miriam Fisher, BYU, 13.95. 6, Kelly Schoney, SouthernUT, 13.99. 7, Brynne Steward, Washington, 14.14.

Women 400 Hurdles - Heat 1: 1, Jennifer Rockwell, BYU, 58.90Q. 2,LeBren Martin, Cal Poly-SLO, 58.92q. 3, Chanika Corley, Nevada,1:01.53. 4, Kayla Mellott, Oregon, 1:01.90. 5, Mandy Hollister, FresnoSt., 1:02.92. Heat 2: 1, Sheena Johnson, UCLA, 58.23Q. 2, MoniqueJessie, Washington St., 59.77q. 3, Tunisia Johnson, USC, 1:00.54. 4,Kristin Hall, Cal Poly-SLO, 1:01.79. 5, Kassandra Perkins, Northridge,1:04.73. Heat 3: 1, Ysanne Williams, UCLA, 59.64Q. 2, Jackie Poulson,Idaho St., 1:00.09. 3, Deanna Slaton, California, 1:00.22. 4,Cambrielle Jensen, Washington, 1:01.77. 5, Cecilee Day, Weber St.,1:01.91. 6, Raelene Williams, Southern UT, 1:05.86. Heat 4: 1, FrancesSantin, Northridge, 58.68Q. 2, Comfort Agara, Northridge, 1:00.19. 3,Abby Andrus, Oregon, 1:00.22. 4, Jennifer Jackman, Utah, 1:00.92. 5,Suzanne Purmort, Irvine, 1:03.78. 6, Ryan Peters, San Diego St,1:05.44. Heat 5: 1, Nicole Ireland, San Diego St, 59.42Q. 2, AnitaNygard, BYU, 59.81q. 3, Chelsea Powell, Arizona, 1:00.01. 4, UndineBecker, Stanford, 1:00.84. 5, Stephanie Cowling, California, 1:01.04.

Women 4x100 Relay - Heat 1: 1, Arizona State 44.45Q. 2, San Diego State44.84q. 3, California 45.01q. 4, Weber State 46.70q. --, Idaho DNF.Heat 2: 1, Arizona 44.94Q. 2, Stanford 45.31q. 3, Idaho State 46.62q.--, Southern California DNF. --, Riverside DQ.

Women Pole Vault - 1, Becky Holliday, Oregon, 4.47m, (14-08). 2, KateSoma, Washington, 4.22m, (13-10). 3, Chelsea Johnson, UCLA, J4.12m,(13-06.25). 3, Deborah Samson, Santa Barbara, 4.12m, (13-06.25). 3,Niki McEwen, Oregon, 4.12m, (13-06.25). 3, Amy Linnen, Arizona, J4.12m,(13-06.25). 7, Shayla Balentine, San Diego St, J4.02m, (13-02.25). 7,Emily Roberts, E. Wash., J4.02m, (13-02.25). 7, Samantha Shepard,Stanford, 4.02m, (13-02.25). 10, Jamie Kolar, UCLA, J3.92m, (12-10.25).10, Brooke LoBue, Utah, 3.92m, (12-10.25). 10, Melissa Astete, USC,3.92m, (12-10.25). 10, Carly Dockendorf, Washington, J3.92m,(12-10.25). 10, Jennifer Clarke, Fullerton, J3.92m, (12-10.25). 10,Juanita Braun, Arizona, J3.92m, (12-10.25). 16, Connie Jerz, Arizona,3.82m, (12-06.25). 16, Hannah Moore, Oregon, 3.82m, (12-06.25). 16,Tamara Diles, Washington St., J3.82m, (12-06.25). 16, Kirsten Riley,Oregon, J3.82m, (12-06.25). 16, Trisha Wagner, Utah, J3.82m,(12-06.25). 16, Erin Curtis, Irvine, 3.82m, (12-06.25). 16, LeilaBen-Youssef, Stanford, J3.82m, (12-06.25). 16, Leora Ward, California,3.82m, (12-06.25). 24, Debra Barker, Utah State, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24,Kathleen Donoghue, Stanford, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, Christina Lee, LongBeach, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, Michelle Railsback, Idaho St., 3.67m,(12-00.50). 24, Dana Huesby, Nevada, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, JanaiWallace, Cal Poly-SLO, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, Sadie Sweet, Boise State,3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, Danielle Navarre, California, 3.67m, (12-00.50).24, Georgette Moyle, Oregon, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, Abrianne Wiles,Nevada, 3.67m, (12-00.50). 24, Celina Roberge, Nevada, 3.67m,(12-00.50). 35, Megan Ries, Nevada, 3.52m, (11-06.50). 35, JesikaEnglebretson, San Diego St, 3.52m, (11-06.50). 35, Jana Capps, IdahoSt., 3.52m, (11-06.50). 35, Alicia Thompson, BYU, 3.52m, (11-06.50).--, Annie Malaythong, Fresno St., NH. --, Lexine Lesser, Fresno St.,NH.

Women Long Jump - 1, Tiffany Greer, Arizona St., 6.36m, w:2.3(20-10.50). 2, Undine Becker, Stanford, 6.22m, w:-0.6 (20-05). 3,Sharifa Jones, Arizona, 6.16m, w:1.9 (20-02.50). 4, Lillian Bush,Stanford, 6.04m, w:1.4 (19-09.75). 5, Candice Baucham, UCLA, 5.98m,w:0.8 (19-07.50). 6, Elzunia Lamb, California, 5.97m, w:2.0 (19-07). 7,Dee Scott, Northridge, 5.93m, w:+0.0 (19-05.50). 8, Porchea Carroll,Arizona St., 5.85m, w:2.4 (19-02.50). 9, Terri Lorenz, Weber St.,J5.85m, w:4.1 (19-02.50). 10, Tinishia Johnson, Arizona St., 5.79m,w:3.1 (19-00). 11, Erin Williams, USC, 5.65m, w:2.2 (18-06.50). 12,Cortney Stafford, Cal Poly-SLO, 5.48m, w:0.6 (17-11.75). 13, ZikarraBeverly, Riverside, 5.46m, w:1.0 (17-11). --, Jessica Thomas, SacState, FOUL, w:NWI.

Women Shot Put - 1, Stephanie Brown, Cal Poly-SLO, 17.30m, (56-09.25).2, Jillian Camarena, Stanford, 16.80m, (55-01.50). 3, Jessica Cosby,UCLA, 16.52m, (54-02.50). 4, L'Orangerie Crawford, USC, 15.89m,(52-01.75). 5, Briona Reynolds, UCLA, 15.85m, (52-00). 6, Kelli Burton,Utah State, 15.23m, (49-11.75). 7, Jenna Johnson, California, 15.04m,(49-04.25). 8, Laura Sauao, Northridge, 14.94m, (49-00.25). 9, AmberVarner, Arizona, 14.85m, (48-08.75). 10, Aloha Santiago, Idaho, 14.73m,(48-04). 11, Amanda Garcia, Cal Poly-SLO, 14.64m, (48-00.50). 12,Evangela Dixon, Riverside, 14.49m, (47-06.50). 13, Cherron Davis,Washington, 14.34m, (47-00.75). 14, La'Sha Hill, Fresno St., 14.32m,(46-11.75). 15, Candace Hill, San Diego St, 14.23m, (46-08.25). 16,Stephanie Tietjen, Nevada, 14.20m, (46-07.25). 17, Rachel Varner,Arizona, 14.17m, (46-06). 18, Jennifer Kowatcz, N. Arizona, 14.02m,(46-00). 19, Julia Pedersen, Arizona St., 13.96m, (45-09.75). 20,Tammie D'Artenay, California, 13.74m, (45-01). 21, Kelli Holloway, E.Wash., 13.69m, (44-11). 22, Maureen Griffin, Idaho St., 13.62m,(44-08.25). 23, Mary Etter, Oregon, 13.61m, (44-08). 24, ChelseaWeenig, BYU, 13.46m, (44-02). 25, Amy Haapanen, Santa Barbara, 13.37m,(43-10.50). 26, Abbey Elsberry, Boise State, 13.18m, (43-03).

Women Javelin - 1, Trina Rogers, Boise State, 53.60m, (175-10). 2, IngaStasiulionyte, USC, 53.53m, (175-07). 3, Elisa Crumley, Oregon, 48.13m,(157-11). 4, Roslyn Lundeen, Oregon, 47.94m, (157-03). 5, Missy Wood,BYU, 47.50m, (155-10). 6, Rachel Bertholf, Washington St., 47.45m,(155-08). 7, Heather Reichman, Washington, 46.95m, (154-00). 8, SarahWillette, Idaho, 46.19m (151-6). 9, Casey Lektorich, UNLV, 45.80m,(150-03). 10, Erin Merriman, Stanford, 43.70m, (143-04). 11, TiffanyZahn, Washington, 43.59m, (143-00). 12, Karina Powell, UCLA, 43.22m,(141-09). 13, Jenna Dean, Washington St., 43.22m, (141-09). 14, CairaHane, Nevada, 43.05m, (141-03). 15, Katie Farner, Utah State, 42.62m,(139-10). 16, Samantha Young, Nevada, 42.31m, (138-10). 17, RebeccaLewis, E. Wash., 41.43m, (135-11). 18, Jessica Stafford, Irvine,41.36m, (135-08). 19, Ellannee Richardson, Washington St., 40.72m,(133-07). 20, Stephanie Ulmer, E. Wash., 39.89m, (130-10). 21, SharioMarshall, Nevada, 39.70m, (130-03). 22, Janine Dickey, Sac State,39.32m, (129-00). 23, Lorea Jones, Sac State, 39.20m, (128-07). 24,Jennifer Lee, Stanford, 38.25m, (125-06). 25, Becky Holley, ArizonaSt., 37.55m, (123-02). 26, Selena Thayne, Southern UT, 37.41m,(122-09). 27, Kristen Thompson, Riverside, 35.74m, (117-03).



MEN'S RESULTS

Men 100 Preliminaries - Heat 1: (w: 1.5) 1, Samie Parker, Oregon,10.34Q. 2, Bennie Chatman, Washington St., 10.48q. 3, Hung Nguyen,Northridge, 10.52q. 4, Francis Ngapout, Boise State, 10.53q. 5, JerronRuffin, Idaho, 10.74. Heat 2: (w: 2.0) 1, Rashad Allen, Northridge,10.46Q. 2, Luiz Mello, Arizona St., 10.58q. 3, James Sattem, PortlandSt., 10.58q. 4, Ricci Dula, California, 10.60q. 5, Gary Jones, USC,10.61. 6, Nate Soelberg, BYU, 10.72. 7, Anthony Buchanan, WashingtonSt., 11.34.

Men 400 - Heat 1: 1, Matt Scherer, Oregon, 46.85Q. 2, Felix Okello,Boise State, 47.28q. 3, Sean Williams, Washington, 47.68. 4, Denye'Versher, UCLA, 47.99. 5, Lewis Banda, Arizona St., 48.70. Heat 2: 1,Craig Everhart, UCLA, 47.24Q. 2, Brandon Matlock, USC, 47.35q. 3, MattLea, Arizona, 47.69. 4, Damain Reed, Northridge, 48.55. 5, AnthonyRobinson, Portland St., 48.96. Heat 3: 1, Seth Amoo, Arizona St.,47.52Q. 2, Jevon Mason, Arizona, 47.63. 3, Nick Sebes, Stanford, 48.25.4, Jerome Milner, Weber St., 48.41. Heat 4: 1, Jason Barton, ArizonaSt., 46.87Q. 2, James Finks, Boise State, 47.12q. 3, Ray Ardill, BoiseState, 47.28q. 4, Steve Fitch, Arizona St., 47.78. 5, David Ortega,Fullerton, 48.80.

Men 800 - Heat 1: 1, Darrell Tozier, Irvine, 1:49.72Q. 2, RyanFlaherty, Oregon, 1:50.02Q. 3, Lars Kjerengtroen, BYU, 1:50.28q. 4,Todd Arnold, Washington, 1:50.35q. 5, Scott Adams, BYU, 1:50.91. 6,Daniel Clements, Northridge, 1:52.53. 7, Martell Munguia, UCLA,1:55.65. Heat 2: 1, Raphael Asafo-Agyei, USC, 1:49.27Q. 2, NickThornton, UCLA, 1:49.82Q. 3, Chad Simkins, BYU, 1:50.05q. 4, JeffDodge, Arizona St., 1:50.45q. 5, Chris Puga, Northridge, 1:50.78. 6,Alex Mason, Fresno St., 1:50.97. 7, Anthony Heckman, USC, 1:51.00. 8,Justin Romaniuk, Stanford, 1:51.94.

Men 1500 - Heat 1: 1, Grant Robison, Stanford, 3:45.42Q. 2, Dan Gibson,Stanford, 3:45.72Q. 3, Steven Loughlin, Stanford, 3:45.96Q. 4, RyanHall, Stanford, 3:46.10q. 5, Tyler Williams, N. Arizona, 3:47.48q. 6,Scott McConville, Santa Barbara, 3:52.24. 7, Bryon Lamorandier, SantaBarbara, 3:52.24. 8, Sean Ricketts, Cal Poly-SLO, 3:54.34. 9, MitchZundel, Utah State, 4:00.29. Heat 2: 1, Jon Rankin, UCLA, 3:49.41Q. 2,Eric Garner, Washington, 3:49.85Q. 3, Bryan Lindsay, BYU, 3:49.92Q. 4,Kip Kangogo, BYU, 3:49.93. 5, Evan Fox, Stanford, 3:50.00. 6, MikeNielson, Utah State, 3:50.77. 7, Jacob Gomez, Stanford, 3:52.95. 8,Andy Fader, Washington, 3:54.61. Heat 3: 1, Nathan Robison, BYU,3:47.41Q. 2, John Russell, Washington, 3:47.64Q. 3, Joel Atwater, WeberSt., 3:47.82Q. 4, Tomasz Babiskiewicz, USC, 3:48.42q. 5, Dan Maher,Arizona St., 3:48.47. 6, Colby Frazier, Utah, 3:51.33. 7, Ben Aragon,UCLA, 3:52.86. 8, Jacob Gustafsson, BYU, 3:56.43. 9, Steve Barrus, BYU,3:59.73.

Men 5000 - 1, Louis Luchini, Stanford, 13:45.36. 2, Seth Hejny,Stanford, 13:51.72. 3, Eric Logsdon, Oregon, 13:54.28. 4, NuraniSheikh, N. Arizona, 13:54.62. 5, Adam Tenforde, Stanford, 13:55.22. 6,Neil Davis, Stanford, 13:59.41. 7, Robert Cheseret, Arizona, 14:01.47.8, Fasil Bizuneh, Arizona St., 14:02.91. 9, Ryan Moorcroft, CalPoly-SLO, 14:09.80. 10, Isaac Hawkins, Stanford, 14:11.36. 11, SethWatkins, N. Arizona, 14:16.55. 12, Travis Laird, N. Arizona, 14:17.09.13, Bruno Mazzotta, N. Arizona, 14:17.62. 14, Chris Emme, Stanford,14:19.24. 15, Andrew Hill, Stanford, 14:19.61. 16, Roger Cahill,Arizona St., 14:25.00. 17, Andrew Carman, BYU, 14:25.95. 18, DanHinckley, BYU, 14:26.05. 19, Robert Smitson, Stanford, 14:27.99. 20,Chad Durham, BYU, 14:39.00. 21, Andy Fader, Washington, 14:41.55. 22,Aaron Sharp, Santa Barbara, 14:43.35. 23, John Lucas, Oregon, 14:53.55.24, Jeremy Park, Washington, 15:01.43.

Men 110 Hurdles Preliminaries - Heat 1: (w: 1.6) 1, Tim Bogdanof,California, 13.51Q. 2, Hugh Henry, Idaho, 13.82q. 3, Ryan Wilson, USC,13.90q. 4, Anthony Golston, UCLA, 14.00q. 5, Wiley King, Weber St.,14.02q. 6, Justin Wickard, Utah State, 14.04q. 7, Blake Fazier, USC,14.32. Heat 2: (w: -2.1) 1, Eric Mitchum, Oregon, 13.95Q. 2, JeffHunter, Arizona, 14.09q. 3, Jonathon Williams, UCLA, 14.17. 4, TerryEllis, Oregon, 14.28. 5, Justin Williams, Stanford, 14.30. 6, RussElggren, BYU, 14.45. 7, Kenneth Thomas, USC, 14.97.

Men 400 Hurdles - Heat 1: 1, Kyle Erickson, UCLA, 51.01Q. 2, JonathonWilliams, UCLA, 51.86q. 3, Dustin Vetica, Utah State, 52.26. 4, BenGardner, BYU, 52.44. 5, Nick Santana, Sac State, 53.96. --, BruceGiron, California, FS. Heat 2: 1, Eric Dudley, Washington St., 52.10Q.2, Tim Overfield, Portland St., 52.30. 3, Anthony Golston, UCLA, 52.31.4, Scott Jarvis, Irvine, 53.86. 5, Danny Elggren, Utah State, 1:00.32.Heat 3: 1, John Barbieri, UCLA, 51.16Q. 2, Jeff Hunter, Arizona,52.20q. 3, Alex Moon, E. Wash., 52.33. 4, Matthew Willis, UCLA, 52.57.5, Nick Seedall, Utah State, 52.72. 6, Gerren Crochet, Stanford, 54.21.Heat 4: 1, Brandon Holliday, Oregon, 51.47Q. 2, Greg Flint, BYU,51.53q. 3, Russ Elggren, BYU, 52.16q. 4, Kansas Whitear, BYU, 52.86. 5,Erik Allen, Cal Poly-SLO, 54.00. 6, Richard Nero, Cal Poly-SLO, 55.57.

Men 4x100 - Heat 1: 1, Southern California 40.42Q. 2, Brigham Young40.61q. 3, Oregon 40.95q. 4, Arizona 41.47. --, Cal State-NorthridgeDNF. --, UCLA DQ. Heat 2: 1, Stanford 40.46Q. 2, California 40.74q. 3,Cal State-Fullerton 40.99q. 4, Northern Arizona 41.11q. 5, Fresno State41.26q. --, Washington State DQ.

Men High Jump - 1, Jeff Midgett, Riverside, 2.16m, (7-01). 1, TeakWilburn, California, J2.16m, (7-01). 3, Kurtiss Dilley, Washington St.,J2.13m, (6-11.75). 3, Alex Marbley, Northridge, J2.13m, (6-11.75). 3,David Glasgow, California, J2.13m, (6-11.75). 3, David Jaworski, USC,2.13m, (6-11.75). 7, Matt Price, Utah State, 2.08m, (6-09.75). 7,Santosh Swamidass, Irvine, J2.08m, (6-09.75). 9, Kent Centers, SantaBarbara, 2.03m, (6-08). 9, Jeff Lindsey, Oregon, 2.03m, (6-08). 9,Kevin Weaver, UCLA, J2.03m, (6-08). 9, Ryan Hollins, UCLA, 2.03m,(6-08). 9, Jason Romero, Northridge, 2.03m, (6-08). 9, Peter Komendant,Idaho St., J2.03m, (6-08). --, Haben Hagos, Long Beach, NH. --, RobertCrockett, Utah State, NH. --, Mike Hanson, Weber St., NH. --, CaseyClark, Arizona St., NH. --, Ray Lukes, Boise State, NH. --, DevinScoresby, BYU, NH. --, Herman Gill, California, NH. --, Chad Clason,Oregon, NH.

Men Long Jump - 1, Juaune Armon, UCLA, 7.99m, w:+0.0 (26-02.75). 2,Allen Simms, USC, 7.76m, w:1.6 (25-05.50). 3, Milton Little, Stanford,7.56m, w:1.9 (24-09.75). 4, Brandon Parker, Sac State, 7.54m, w:+0.0(24-09). 5, Aron Szmuda, BYU, 7.42m, w:-1.5 (24-04.25). 6, Ryan Brown,Portland St., 7.39m, w:1.3 (24-03). 7, Victor Castillo, N. Arizona,7.21m, w:-2.8 (23-08). 8, Kurt Kraemer, E. Wash., 7.17m, w:1.9(23-06.25). 9, Mark Ramos, Arizona, 7.13m, w:2.4 (23-04.75). --,Tyrone Ward, Cal Poly-SLO, FOUL, w:NWI. --, Aaron Williams, Fullerton,FOUL, w:NWI.

Men Discus - 1, Dan Ames, UCLA, 59.53m, (195-04). 2, Sean Shields,Arizona, 57.47m, (188-06). 3, Scott Wiegand, UCLA, 57.06m, (187-02). 4,Omer Inan, Stanford, 57.02m, (187-01). 5, Steffan Jonsson, Boise State,55.53m, (182-02). 6, Mat Schwinn, Washington, 55.52m, (182-02). 7,Cory Loebl, Long Beach, 55.45m, (181-11). 8, Sam Lightbody, WashingtonSt., 54.41m, (178-06). 9, Dan Arrhenius, BYU, 53.13m, (174-04). 10,Tony Miranda, California, 51.80m, (169-11). 11, James March, Oregon,51.64m, (169-05). 12, Kurt Seefeld, California, 51.46m, (168-10). 13,Matt Ingebritsen, Boise State, 51.37m, (168-06). 14, Gilbert Rocha, CalPoly-SLO, 51.10m, (167-08). 15, Dustin Lawrenson, Fresno St., 51.07m,(167-07). 16, Tomas Fajardo, Northridge, 50.68m, (166-03). 17, JoeVasquez, Fresno St., 50.64m, (166-02). 18, Nick Welihozkiy, Stanford,50.54m, (165-10). 19, Richard Legarra, Arizona, 50.22m, (164-09). 20,Andy Wilke, Idaho St., 49.86m, (163-07). 21, Travis Jones, Arizona St.,49.65m, (162-11). 22, Adam Midles, USC, 49.55m, (162-07). 23, VinceMosca, Arizona St., 48.31m, (158-06). 24, Cheyne Murray, Santa Barbara,48.06m, (157-08). 25, Jeremy Silverman, UCLA, 47.57m, (156-01). 26,David Shortenhaus, UCLA, 47.17m, (154-09). 27, Jason Kravitz, ArizonaSt., 44.73m, (146-09). 28, Kristof Kipp, Boise State, 43.98m, (144-03).--, Ben Snyder, E. Wash., FOUL.

Men Hammer - 1, Nick Welihozkiy, Stanford, 64.62m, (212-00). 2, AdamKriz, Oregon, 63.28m, (207-07). 3, Michael Murray, USC, 60.47m,(198-05). 4, Ryan Bruhn, Utah State, 59.83m, (196-03). 5, RichardLegarra, Arizona, 59.71m, (195-11). 6, Adam Midles, USC, 59.60m,(195-06). 7, Josh Sides, Utah State, 59.49m, (195-02). 8, RobertLinkul, Sac State, 58.50m, (191-11). 9, Cory Loebl, Long Beach, 58.43m,(191-08). 10, Ben Snyder, E. Wash., 58.38m, (191-06). 11, MattHolcomb, BYU, 57.17m, (187-07). 12, Tim Gehring, Washington St.,57.15m, (187-06). 13, Harrison Lee, USC, 55.74m, (182-10). 14, BrandonGoldstein, Northridge, 55.62m, (182-06). 15, Jake Knight, UCLA, 55.29m,(181-05). 16, Jake Holbert, Weber St., 55.21m, (181-02). 17, RyanMoore, Arizona, 54.90m, (180-01). 18, Joe Vasquez, Fresno St., 54.83m,(179-11). 19, Mike Quinn, E. Wash., 54.22m, (177-11). 20, SteveHolland, Long Beach, 53.77m, (176-05). 21, Travis Jones, Arizona St.,53.74m, (176-04). 22, Lenny Ghaffarian, Northridge, 53.30m, (174-10).23, Scott Sharpe, Arizona, 52.28m, (171-06).24, Wayne Hassey, Northridge, 49.47m, (162-04). 25, Eli Dawson, WeberSt., 49.28m, (161-08). --, Roy Hooks, Northridge, FOUL. --, RhubenWilliams, California, FOUL.

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