Ulloa-Daza Highlights Cougs Success In Long Beach
LONG BEACH, Calif.— Sophomore Carolina Ulloa-Daza highlighted the day for the Washington State women's track and field team at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate, as she recorded a top-10 finish in the women's hammer throw.
The WSU women's hammer throw team was in full force at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate. Ulloa-Dazas recorded a mark of 58.13m to finish eighth out of 35 throwers competing in the event.
Sophomore Tara Koonce and senior Sasha Korolenko both placed inside the top-15 in the hammer throw, finishing 12th and 13th overall. Junior Amy Kraemer (51.60m) finished 20th and freshman Alexandra Payne rounded out the group of Cougar throwers, claiming 26th overall.
The other WSU student-athletes to make the trip down to Long Beach were sophomore Joey Jenson and senior Marty Munyon. In the men's discus event, Jensen recorded a mark of 50.45m, placing 17th overall. Munyon finished 24th in the men's hammer throw event with a toss of 51.96m.
The WSU track and field team will continue their week in California as the Cougars wrap up the Bryan Clay invitational on Friday, April 15, in Azusa, California. The Cougs will also continue to compete at the Mt. SAC Relays, which will end on Saturday, April 16, in Walnut, California.
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