UCLA Finishes Up Weekend at Triton Invitational
La Jolla, Calif. – UCLA's pole vault squad finished up its weekend at the Triton Invitational on Saturday afternoon, with Tate Curran securing the win in the men's collegiate competition.
Curran, a senior from Redondo Beach, earned the win with a clearance 5.00m (16-04.75), the best of any collegian in the field. Charlie Meyers of Great Britain notched the top mark of the day, clearing 5.25m (17-02.75) on his first attempt at the height.
Kyle Brown finished fifth overall in the meet with a clearance of 4.40m (14-05.50).
The women's squad competed on Friday afternoon, with Camryn Thomson taking the victory with a clearance of 3.80m (12-05.50). Katerina Adamiec finished tied for second with a mark of 3.65m (11-11.75) while Eden Henderson was tied for eighth place with a clearance of 3.20m (10-06.00).
The Bruins have several competitions on the schedule next week. The main competition is the Mt. SAC Relays, scheduled for April 13-16 in Walnut, Calif. UCLA will also head to the Brian Clay Invite (April 13-15) in Azusa, Calif., and the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate (April 14) and Beach Invitational (April 15) in Long Beach, Calif.