Stanford Milers Impress At Husky Classic

Feb. 16, 2008

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    It was a banner day for the Stanford men's and women's track and field teams at the Husky Invite in Seattle, Wash. on Saturday. The Cardinal particularly excelled in the mile where several athletes moved into the top ten all-time indoors at Stanford.

    Garrett Heath impressed by running the third fastest mile ever for Stanford indoors. Heath finished second in the event with a time of 3:58.71. Also running well in the mile was Hakon DeVries who achieved a national provisional time with a personal best of 4:03.91. The mile also saw personal bests from Jacob Evans with a time of 4:06.94 and Justin Marpole-Bird with a time of 4:12.11.

    In the shot put, Mike Macellari earned a person best with a toss of 56-10 ¾. His effort was good enough for fourth place.

    In the sprints Daniel Belch improved his top time of the season in the 60 meters with a sprint of 7.01 seconds. In the 200 meters it was Mark Mueller improving his best time of the season to 22.37 seconds.

    The women excelled in the mile as well with Arianna Lambie earning an NCAA automatic qualifier with a time of 4:38.01. The time also moves Lambie up to second on the all-time mile list indoors. Earning provisional times in the mile were Lauren Centrowitz with a time of 4:40.13 that moved her into fifth on the all-time mile list and Alicia Follmar with a time of 4:41.15 that moved her into seventh on the all-time mile list.

    Other season bests for the Cardinal included Claire Thielke in the 400 meters with a time of 57.64 seconds and Madeline Duhon in the 800 meters with a time of 2:12.97.

    Stanford will be back in action in two weeks when they take part in the MPSF Championships in Seattle, Wash.

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