PULLMAN, Washington – Logan Bays led several Loggers into the Puget Sound records books as the Logger track & field teams completed the two-day Washington State Open Indoor Invitational on Saturday.
Bays became the third-fastest 60-meter sprinter in Puget Sound women's history by crossing the finishing line in 8.46 seconds. Anna Joseph finished the same event in 8.51 seconds, good for fourth all-time. Bays also broke into the long jump record books with a distance of 15'06", good for fifth all-time.
Mara Cummings finished the 200-m dash in 29.13 seconds, making her ninth-best runner for the event in the Puget Sound record books.
On the men's side, Geremia Lizier-Zmudzinski became the Loggers' fifth-best all-time runner in the 800-m with a time of 2:00.23. Two-sport student-athlete Chris Branham (football) became Puget Sound's eighth-best all-time long jumper with a distance of 19'8.75". Tyler Thompson's shot put distance of 35'02" is also good for eighth in the Puget Sound record books.
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