Track and Field Earns Four NCAA Provisional Qualifying Marks in Indoor Season Debut

Feb. 4, 2001

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Arizona State track and field earned four NCAA provisional qualifying marks, including two by senior thrower Adrienne Judie, in the team's indoor season debut at the Northern Arizona Invitational Friday evening.

Judie posted provisional marks with fourth-place finishes in the 20-pound weight throw (62-11.50) and shot put (50-10.25). Judie also established a personal best with her mark in the weight throw, improving her current school record by over four inches.

Junior-transfer from Sacramento State Tony Galaviz made major strides in his first meet as a Sun Devil, winning the 60m high hurdles with an NCAA provisional time of 7.79 (7.75 altitude adjusted). Senior All-American Tony Berrian also posted an NCAA provisional time in the 400m with a winning effort of 46.80. ASU took both first and second in the men's 400m, as senior Michael Campbell took runner-up honors in 47.08.

The Sun Devils came away with 10 total meet titles including both the men's and women's 1600m relay teams.

The ASU women made their presence known in both the sprints and distance events, taking first and second place honors in the 400m, 800m, and long jump. Sophomore Courtnie Ratliff won the 400m in 56.72, while junior Candida Coulson took second in 56.72. In the 800m, junior Nicole Simmons won in a time of 2:17.78, while senior Jennifer Bridgeman followed in 2:19.02.

A pair of All-Americans dominated the long jump, as sophomore Tiffany Greer took first with a jump of 19-9.75 and senior Valerie Williams second with 19-6.75.

A bright spot for the Sun Devils included true freshman Ebon Glenn's winning effort in the high jump, clearing 6-10.75. Sophomore Casey Clark picked up runner-up honors in the men's high jump with a mark of 6-8.75.

ASU doubled-up in high jump victories as junior Olivia Mazzaglia won the women's side with a 5-3.25 effort. Sun Devil women dominated the 1,600m race, posting the four fastest times led by senior All-American Kelly MacDonald's 4:59.73 (4:50.08 altitude adjusted).

Former Sun Devil Dwight Phillips, competing unattached, came away with victories in the 60 meters (6.68) and long jump (25-2.75).

Next weekend, ASU will send split squads to the Cyclone Classic in Ames, Iowa and the Canon Classic in Indianapolis, Ind. Friday, Feb. 9 through Saturday, Feb. 10. Additional athletes will compete in the Flagstaff Invitational Saturday, Feb. 10.

Full results are available in PDF format at the top of the story

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