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Cougs Heading Over to Moscow

Jan 20, 2022

MOSCOW, Idaho – The Washington State men's and women's track and field teams will be making a nine-mile trip to the University of Idaho this Saturday, Jan. 22, to compete in the Lauren McCluskey Memorial Open.
The Facility / Starting Times
The Lauren McCluskey Memorial Open will take place this Saturday at the Kibbie Dome indoor track on the University of Idaho campus. Field events are set to begin at 9 a.m. PT and running events are scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. PT. A full list of the events and start times can be found here.
The Field
A total of 10 teams from all levels of the NCAA will be competing at the Lauren McCluskey Memorial Open this weekend. Along with Washington State, Idaho and Eastern Washington will make up the list of NCAA Division I schools competing this Saturday at the Kibbie Dome.
WSU Lineup
WSU is sending at total of 25 men's and women's track and field athletes to Idaho.

The members of the men's team include senior Marty Munyon, redshirt junior Jamaal Palmer, juniors Blake Deringer, Cody Teevens, Colby White, sophomore Lucas Tailin, and freshmen Benjamin Chappell, Benjamin Kaplan, Yanai Macon, and Matthew Metcalf.
The women's team consist of senior Sasha Korolenko, juniors Ronna Iverson, Amy Kraemer, Jasneet Nijjar, sophomores Audrey Hughes, Tara Koonce, Julia Parra, Giovanna Rhoads, Peyton Teevens, Carolina Ulloa-Daza, and freshmen Nana Gyedu, Ashley Hollenbeck, Sarah Kovich, Alexandra Payne, Kolby Weiss.
Fans can get the results of the meet approximately 30 minutes after the last event here.

Last Time Out
The Washington State track and field team had a successful first weekend of competition in 2022, as the Cougars racked up five first place finishes at the Cougar Classic Invitational in Spokane, while a pair of distance runners set top-10 times nationally at the UW Preview in Seattle.

The men's track and field came into the new year ready to go and got the weekend started with graduate student Mitch Jacobson finishing first in the men's high jump on Friday night. His mark of 2.13m (6'11.75) is currently the 16th-best mark in NCAA Division I.
The WSU women's track and field team showed up and showed out this weekend recording nine top-five finishes at the Cougar Classic Invitational.

WSU track and field graduate students Colton Johnsen (mile) and Zach Stallings (3,000m) each recorded a top-10 national time in their respective event at the UW Preview on Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Dempsey Indoor facility.

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