Weber State Twilight Meet: Day 1

Weber State Twilight Meet: Day 1

first_img Brad James Tags: BYU/Idaho State/Utah Valley/Weber State Written by May 2, 2018 /Sports News – Local Weber State Twilight Meet: Day 1 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Wednesday, Weber State hosted the first day of the Weber State Twilight Meet at Stewart Stadium, featuring Utah-based star Division I track and field athletes and giving them another chance to excel before their respective conference championship meets. Idaho State also made the short trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to participate in this meet.To start things off, Utah Valley’s Ashley Zulauf swept the women’s 100 and 200-meter dash titles running times of 12.24 and 24.52 seconds respectively.Brigham Young’s Christina Hedgepeth won the women’s 400-meter dash title in a time of 57.72 seconds.On their home track, Weber State’s Michaella Hintze and MarLee Mitchell won the 800 and 1500-meter run titles, respectively.Additionally, the Wildcats got wins in the 100-meter and 400-meter hurdles, with Starlee Woodbury winning the 100-meter hurdles title in 14.86 seconds and Kate Sorensen won the 400-meter hurdles crown in 1:00.43.Eden Richards won the women’s high jump title for the Wildcats, with a leap of 5 feet 7 inches and Brigham Young’s Isabel Neal was the women’s pole vault champion, posting a jump of 10 feet 6 inches.Olivia Gneiting of Utah Valley won the women’s triple jump title, with a leap of 34-10.50 feet.The women’s shot put title was won by Brigham Young’s Kassie Nagel with a toss of 46-03.25 feet, while her teammate, Payge Cuthbertson won the women’s javelin title with a toss of 144-05 feet.For the men, Brigham Young’s Andrew Stuart swept the 100 and 200-meter dash titles with times of 10.97 and 22.18 seconds, respectively.In the men’s 110-meter hurdles, Weber State’s Joey Czellecz won the title in a time of 15.10 seconds, while Utah Valley’s Andre Jones took the 400-meter hurdles crown, posting a time of 53.52 seconds.His teammate, Alex Lawerence, won the men’s pole vault title with a leap of 15 feet and in the men’s shot put, Brigham Young’s Jefferson Jarvis took the crown with a toss of 54-09.50 feet.The men’s javelin saw Utah Valley’s Jeff Whittaker get the title with a toss of 184-01 feet.last_img

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