TACOMA, Washington – The men's and women's track & field teams are set to compete in the Cougar Indoor Open hosted by Washington State this weekend in Pullman, Washington.
Moving on up
The Loggers continue to move up in the record books during the indoor season. Logan Bays became the third-fastest 60-meter sprinter (8.46 seconds) in Puget Sound women's history during the Washington State Open Indoor Invitational on Jan. 23. Anna Joseph is now fourth on the same list (8.51 seconds). Bays also moved to fifth all-time in the long jump (15'06") during the same meet. Mara Cummings finished the 200-m dash at the Washington State Open Indoor Invitational in 29.13 seconds, good for ninth in the Puget Sound record books.
Notable events (men's)
Steven Branham and Christopher Bueno are scheduled to compete in the men's high jump Saturday morning, while both will join Cameron Braithwaite and Chris Branham in the 60-m prelims. The Branham brothers, who both also play football, along with Braithwaite, Graham Cobb, and Ross MacAusland will compete in the 200-meter dash. Justin Bigelow, Sam Carilli, James Markin, and Liam Monaghan are scheduled to compete in the mile run. The Loggers will have two teams running in the 1600-m relay.
Notable events (women's)
Logan Bays, Anna Joseph, Elizabeth King, Sunny Lewis, and Emily Prasil (who also plays soccer) are all scheduled to compete in the 60-m prelims on the women's side. King and Lewis will also compete in the pole vault, while Bays, Mara Cummings, Joseph, and Prasil are scheduled to run in the 200-m dash. Hannah Eshelman, Taili Ni, and Terra Wildon are scheduled to compete in the mile run.
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