PULLMAN, Washington – Matt Wells set the Puget Sound school record in the long jump, and he tied his own school record in the 60-m hurdle, during the Washington State Indoor Open Saturday.
Wells cleared 6.70 meters in the long jump, topping Pete Van Sant's previous record of 6.62 meters (Jan. 2005). Wells finished the 60-m hurdles in 8.43 seconds, which matches the school record he set in Pullman, Washington, Feb. 2017.
Emery Bradlina had a great day in her first competition of the season. The sophomore place second in the 800-m, timing in at 2:24.35. She placed ahead of several Division-I runners from Washington and Gonzaga. Bradlina also tied for fourth in the mile run by crossing the finish line in 5:21.87.
In the men's mile run, Isaac Fournier timed in at 4:33.37, good for fourth place and ahead of several Division-I runners.
The Loggers are scheduled to next compete in the Husky Invitational, Saturday, Jan. 27.