Dawgs Wrap Up Stanford Stint
STANFORD, Calif. – The Huskies finished up a two-day stint at the Stanford Invitational today with some big PRs and some new marks for the all-time top-10 lists.
Washington had some excellent marks in the hurdles and the 200-meter dashes late in the afternoon at Cobb Track & Angell Field.
Heptathlete Lyndsey Lopes took second in the women's 100m hurdles in 13.78 seconds, which puts her up to No. 7 in the Husky recordbooks. On the men's side, Julian Body won the 110m hurdles with a second consecutive PR, as he ran 14.18 to move up another spot to No. 8 in school history.
Evan Mafilas won the men's 200-meters and was just .01 off his all-time best with a time of 21.01 today. Kemuel Santana took third in 21.28. On the women's side, Olivia Ribera posted her fastest ever 200m time at 24.18, just barely wind-aided at +2.1. Ida Eikeng ran a wind-aided 24.31 and Victoria Gersch clocked a 24.73 time.
Freshman Jonathan Birchman earned a win in the men's 400m hurdles in 54.26.
Anna Gibson made an outstanding return to the squad today, leading the Huskies in the 1,500-meters with a big PR of 4:17.83. Allie Schadler raced for the first time since NCAA cross country, and she ran 4:20.70, while Madison Heisterman had an eight-second PR of 4:21.67. Freshman Sophie O'Sullivan had another PR in 4:21.91. Kelly Makin crossed in 4:26.79.
Isaac Green was the only Dawg in the men's 1,500m today, and he took third in 3:47.24. Daniel Maton ran the 800-meters earlier in the day and was second in 1:51.05.
In the field, Lauren Heggen took third in the triple jump at 39-8 ½. Parker Kennedy made 15-3 in the men's pole vault and Ollie Thorner cleared 14-9.
The Huskies will be off to Arizona next week for the Jim Click Shootout, in Tucson on Apr. 8-10.