Wells sets school record at Washington State Indoor Open

Wells sets school record at Washington State Indoor Open

PULLMAN, WashingtonMatt 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. 

Results | Team Scores

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.

Alison Wise finished the top 10 of the 800-m run, placing ninth with a time of 2:29.35. Samantha Schaffer placed seventh overall in the 3,000-m run (10:49.22). 

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.

 

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