Craddock, DiCesare, Perez & 4x400m Relay Lead Men's Track & Field At Boise State Team Invite

Feb. 13, 2010

Complete Results

Kevin Craddock, Casey DiCesare Trent Perez and the 4x400m relay led the men's track and field team on Saturday in Idaho at the Boise State Team Invite as all four posted event wins.

Craddock dropped his season-best 60m hurdles time to 7.85 to win the event, moving to 12th in the NCAA this season. DiCesare won the vault with a mark of 17-00.75 and the 4x400m relay team of Quentin Powell, David Klarer, Stan Griffin and Maxwell Dyce won with a season-best run of 3:15.37.

Trent Perez won the pentathlon competition with a score of 5124. Perez won the pole vault portion of the seven-event competition with a lifetime-best clearance of 15-7.

Jonathan Clark picked up his NCAA qualifier in the triple jump as she finished second with a season-best leap of 51-1.75 (21st in the NCAA this season).

DiCesare's twin brother Scott placed second in the vault with a lifetime-best clearance of 16-6.75.

In the sprint events, Randall Carroll ran a season-best 6.89 to finish fifth overall in the 60m. He also ran a season-best 21.65 in the 200m to finish third overall. Maxwell Dyce placed second in the 200m with a season-best 21.60. Jamal Alston was third in the 60m with a season-best 6.85.

In the 800m, Steven Norton (1:52.34) and Jonathan Simmons (1:53.01) both ran lifetime-bests as Norton was second and Simmons fourth.

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