LACEY, Washington – Justin Bigelow and Geremia Lizier-Zmudzinski earned first-place finishes as the Puget Sound men's and women's track & field teams performed well at the St. Martin's Open on Saturday afternoon.
Bigelow won the 5,000-m run with a time of 15:47.97. Lizier-Zmudzinski was victorious in the 1,500-m run, crossing the finish line in 3:57.67. Cameron Braithwaite had a solid day in the field for the Logger men. He placed fourth in both the pole vault (4.30-m) and triple jump (13.12-m).
On the women's side, Allanah Whitehall placed second in the 100-m dash with a time of 12.09 seconds. Elizabeth King also came away with a second-place finish, clearing 3.35-m in the pole vault.
Tori Klein placed third in the 3,000-m run (10:39.36) and fourth in the 1,500-m run (5:00.75). Taili Ni claimed a third-place in the 5,000-m run with a time of 18:29.40. Emery Bradlina also finished third in her respective event, timing in at 2:17.49 in the 800-m sprint.
Puget Sound next competes in the George Fox Invitational on Saturday, April 9.
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