UCLA Men Win 2003 MPSF Indoor T & F Championships

Feb. 22, 2003

Art Venegas' UCLA men's track & field team won the 2003 MPSF T & F Indoor Championships held this weekend at Boise State.

The Bruins defended their team title with 127.5 points. In the 10-team field, UCLA placed first, ahead of second place-Stanford (99) and third-place Arizona (74).

The Bruin men were led by six first-place event finishers.

400m - freshman Craig Everhart was first (47.68) and sophomore Denye Versher was second (47.86).

800m - sophomore Nick Thornton finished first (1:51.13) and sophomore Martell Munguia was second (1:52.36).

DMR - The relay of senior Phil Young, senior John Barbieri, Munguia and sophomore Ben Aragon placed first, in a time of 9:52.75.

LJ - sophomore Juaune Armon won the long jump, with a leap of 25-1.25 (NCAA provisional).

SP - Senior Scott Wiegand placed first (65-3.25, NCAA Automatic, personal-best, No. 7 in school history) and junior Dan Ames was second (64-8.75, personal-best, No. 9 in school history).

WT - Ames won the 35lb. weight throw, his effort of 67-9.25 was an NCAA provisional qualifier.

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