Carlyle Leads Runners with Second Best School Record Mile Time

Jan. 30, 2010

Mile Finals Results

3,000 Meters Finals Results


Seattle, Wash. Redshirt sophomore Laura Carlyle (Kelowna, British Columbia) ran the second fastest indoor mile in school history, finishing in 4:55.95 at the Washington Invitational to lead the Beavers on Saturday afternoon.

 

Carlyle, racing in the second heat of the timed finals, nearly won the section coming up short by only two-hundreths of a second to Madeline Meyers, competing unattached. Carlyle finished 12th overall out of 42 competitors logged in to compete.

 

“We had a good start with this group,” head coach Kelly Sullivan said. “Laura Carlyle highlighted the day with a near win in the mile with a personal record. Abby Chesimet also ran an indoor mile personal record. Hannah Soza-Hodgkinson ran really well in the 3,000 meters, running right at her personal best, while Regina Lopez ran a 24-second personal record, set in high school. And Taylor Nowlin ran a three-second PR from high school. So overall we were very pleased.”

 

Rounding out the 37 runners in the finals included junior Abby Chesimet (Astoria, Ore.), finishing 20th in 5:02.14, junior Ashley Berry (Medford, Ore.) placing 30th in 5:16.75 and freshman Sabrina Lopez (Los Angeles, Calif.) coming in right behind in 31st in 5:19.93. Chesimet’s time places her fifth all-time in the record books.

 

Junior Hannah-Soza Hodgkinson (Forest Ranch, Calif.) led the six competitors in the 3,000 meters, finishing 41st overall in 10:15.96, remaining in eighth place all-time, but improving the record by 26-hundreths of a second. Soza-Hodgkinson finished fourth in the first section of the timed finals.

 

Junior Jennifer Macias (Hermiston, Ore.) was close behind, finishing 43rd overall, finishing sixth in the 18-runner first section in 10:22.69. Freshman Regina Lopez (Los Angeles, Calif.), redshirt freshman Emily Olsen (Medford, Ore.) and freshman Taylor Nowlin (West Linn, Ore.) finished back-to-back-to-back from 45th to 47th.

 

Oregon State heads back up to Washington to compete in the Husky Classic. The two-day indoor track event begins on Friday, Feb. 12, in Dempsey Indoor.

 

Mile Finals Results (Top Five and Oregon State Finishes) 1. Jessica Pixler (Seattle Pacific) 4:33.46; 2. Julia Howard (Valley Royals) 4:44.68; 3. Julia Tschanz (U. of Victoria) 4:47.55; 4. Emma Coburn (Colorado) 4:48.63; 5. Jane Larson (Seattle Pacific) 4:48.87; 12. Laura Carlyle (Oregon State) 4:55.95; 20. Abby Chesimet (Oregon State) 5:02.14; 30. Ashley Berry (Oregon State) 5:16.75; 31. Sabrina Lopez (Oregon State) 5:19.93.

 

3,000 Meters Finals Results (Top Five and Oregon State Finishes) 1. Amy Hastings (Unattached) 8:58.45; 2. Jen Rhines (Unattached) 8:58.47; 3. Allie McLaughlin (Colorado) 9:23.31; 4. Sharla Manuele (Southern Utah) 9:25.21; 5. Kim Conley (Asics Aggies) 9:25.51; 41. Hannah Soza-Hodgkinson (Oregon State) 10;15.96; 43. Jennifer Macias (Oregon State) 10:22.69; 45. Regina Lopez (Oregon State) 10:39.33; 46. Emily Olsen (Oregon State) 10:40.69; 47. Taylor Nowlin (Oregon State) 10:45.15; 52. Lorine Cruz (Oregon State) 11:09.49.

 

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