UCLA Men Finish Third In Team Scoring

May 20, 2001

1. Stanford 142, 2. USC 136, 3. UCLA 115.50, 4. Arizona State 109.50, 5.Oregon 86.50, 6. California 85, 7. Washington State 67.50, 8. Washington 42,9. Arizona 32 (Stanford's first conference team title in 74 years, since1927).

(The Bruin Men started the day in first-place, with 53 points)

Field Finals
Triple Jump - Freshman Juaune Armon was fourth 49-8 � (personal-best byalmost a foot) and senior David Kurien was sixth (49-0 �).

Discus - The Bruin men recorded 23 points in this event. Junior Scott Moserwon with a mark of 199-4, followed in second-place by freshman Dan Ames(190-2) and sophomore Scott Wiegand was fourth (184-9, personal-best).

Track Finals
4 X 100m Relay - The relay of freshmen Denye Versher and Warren Rogers,sophomore Michael Lipscomb (pulled up after the baton exchange) and seniorBryan Harrison (running on an injured right leg, suffered on Saturday duringthe 100m prelims), finished seventh in a time of 41.14.

110m Hurdles - Freshman Chuckie Ryan placed fifth, in a time of 14.09.

400m - Freshmen, Denye Versher and Rodney Diggs, placed sixth (47.54) andseventh (47.59).

200m - Freshman Michael Lipscomb was fifth, with a time of 21.43w (+2.3S).

800m - Senior Paul Muite was seventh (1:52.07).

400m Hurdles - Senior John Hall was third (51.61) and sophomore John Barbieriwas seventh (52.43).

5000m - Senior Will Bernaldo was eighth (14:25.38).

4 X 400m Relay - The Bruin relay of freshman Rodney Diggs, sophomore KyleErickson, freshman Deney Versher and freshman Warren Rogers placed fourth, ina time of 3:09.47.

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