TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's and women's indoor track & field teams continue to compete at NCAA Division-I venues when they make the quick trip to Seattle for the UW Indoor Open on Sunday, Feb. 12. The first event for the Loggers is at 9 a.m.
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It's going Wells
Freshman Matthew Wells set the Puget Sound men's record in the 60-m hurdles by crossing the finish line in 8.43 seconds during the Cougar Invitational on Feb. 4. He broke is own school record of 8.44 seconds, which he achieved at Washington State on Jan. 21.
Not bad, Bradlina
Emery Bradlina finished the 400-m dash in 100:50 (fifth overall) during the Cougar Invitational last week. Her mark ranks second all-time among Puget Sound women. Earlier this winter, Bradlina broke her own program record in the 800-m run by crossing the finish line in 2:17.22. Bradlina held the previous record at 2:17.49, a mark she achieved last year.
The 2017 outdoor track & field season begins at home for the Ed Boitano Invitational on March 4.
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