Logger men win Peyton Scoring Meet, women take second

Logger men win Peyton Scoring Meet, women take second

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's track & field team won the Peyton Scoring Meet with 186 points on Saturday, while the women's team placed second with 159 points.

Team Results | Individual Results

The Logger men finished 50 points ahead of the second-place team, Pacific Lutheran. The women came up 23 points shy of first place, which was had by the Lutes.

Alison Wise (5:00.14) and Tori Klein (5:05.44) claimed first and second place, respectively, for Puget Sound in the women's 1,500-meter run. Wise also won the 800-meter run by timing in at 2:23.26. Klein also placed second in the 5,000-meter run (18:48.96), as her teammate, Sierra Grunwald, won the event by crossing the finish line in 18:41.88.  

In the field, two-sport student-athlete Emily Sheldon (women's basketball) placed second in the high jump at 1.45 meters. Elizabeth King (3.35-m) and Sunny Lewis (2.90-m) finished first and second, respectively, in the pole vault. Shelby Kantner won the triple jump at 10.76-m.

On the men's side, Sam Carilli won the 1,500-meter run with a time of 4:05.91, while David Santillan finished in a close second by timing in at 4:06.03. The Loggers claimed the top five finishes in the 500-meter run, starting wit Tyler Shipley's victory (15:04.25), and followed by Carilli (15:23.80), Josh Seekatz (15:26.20), Santillan (15:26.28), and Justin Higa (15:40.80).

Puget Sound also took the top two spots on the 4x400-meter relay. Cameron Braithwaite, Graham Ashby, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Ross MacAusland won with a time of 3:29.18. Graham Cobb, Todd Detweiler, Michael Westbrooks, and Zal Robles followed with a time of 3:36.56.

In the field, Braithwaite won both the pole vault (4.33-m) and the long jump (6.54-m).

Puget Sound next hosts the 30th Shotwell Invitational on Saturday, April 4, starting at 10 a.m.

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