Cal Women Place Third, Men Fourth at Wolf Pack Invite

Feb. 5, 2002

RENO, Nev,. - The California men's and women's track and field teams opened the indoor season at the Wolf Pack Invitational last Saturday. The Golden Bear women finished third with 62.50 points, while the men placed fourth with 56 points.

Host Nevada won the women's competition with 103 points, while New Mexico placed second with 64.75. New Mexico won the men's title with 97 points, followed by Southern Utah (67) and Sacramento State (58).

In the women's weight throw, Dana Lawson (58-6.75) and Jennifer Joyce (53-11) finished one-two for the Bears. On the men's side, Cal victories came in the triple jump from Vincent Ibia (48-11) and in the weight throw from Garrett Collier (60-3.25).

Other top three finishes for the Cal women had Lauren Dudugjian and Tiffany Barnett tying for second in the high jump (5-6), Shawn Adkins taking third in the triple jump (38-11.5) and Dana Lawson finishing second in the shot put (51-9), behind former Cal athlete Kristin Heaston (52-4.75).

Top-three performances from the Cal men also came from Joseph Echema in the 200m (3rd, 22.22), Desmond McGill in the 400m (3rd, 50.22) and Bubba McLean in the pole vault (2nd, 16-8.75).

Women's Team Scores1. Nevada 	           1032. New Mexico	           64.753. Cal	                   62.504. Southern Utah           555. UNLV	                   42.256. Cal Poly 	           287. San Diego St.           238. Sacramento St.          229. Cal State-LA	           1510. Cal State-Stanislaus   1211. Stellar Athletics	   1012. San Francisco State	   813. UC Davis	           7.514. Unattached	           615. Shasta	           1

Men's Team Scores1. New Mexico 972. Southern Utah 673. Sacramento State 584. Cal 565. UC Davis 42.506. Cal S tate-Stanislaus 267. Oregon IT 168. Cal Poly Pomona 139. Shasta 1010. West Valley College 911. Reebok Aggies 5.5012. Contra Costa College 5

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