Logger track & field teams continue to mark school record books

Logger track & field teams continue to mark school record books

PULLMAN, Washington – The Puget Sound track & field teams continued to break into the school record books with a strong showing during the Cougar Open hosted by Washington State this weekend.


Anna Joseph and Mara Cummings both cracked Puget Sound's all-time top 10 in the 200-m dash. Joseph's time of 28.33 is seventh all-time, and Cummings' 28.48 mark is eighth. Cummings' 1:03.67 times in the 400-m dash is the seventh-best finish in Logger history. Allison Wise also came away with the seventh-best time in Puget Sound history for the 800-m run, crossing the finish line in 2:30.60.

Taili Ni completed the mile run in 5:33.13, good for the seventh-quickest mark in the Logger record books. Emily Prasil came away with the seventh-best triple jump in Puget Sound history, totaling 32'05.75".

On the men's side, Cameron Braithwaite's time of 24.01 in the 200-m dash is the ninth-best in Logger history. Braithwaite also recorded Puget Sound's eighth-best mark in the triple jump, clearing 41'07.25". Tyler Thompson's throw of 33'07.25" in the shot put is ninth all-time in school history.

The Loggers are next slated to compete in the Husky Classic starting on Friday, Feb. 12.



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