SEATTLE, Washington – Tyler Shipley set a new Puget Sound record for the 3,000-meter race during the Washington Indoor Preview Meet on Saturday, but the new standard didn't last long.
Shipley, running with the second section, crossed the finish line with a time of 8:31.40 – which broke Dan McLean's 2004 record of 8:31.51. However, Geremia Lizier-Zmudzinski set a rapid pace with the third section and blew out the previous Logger records with a time of 8:20.11.
Lizier-Zmudzinski's time in the 3,000-meter run is the best in NCAA Division-III this season, and Shipley's mark is ranked sixth.
The Loggers will compete in the Washington State Invitational starting on Friday, Jan. 22.
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