TACOMA, Washington - Puget Sound men's and women's indoor track & field student-athletes return to Seattle for the Seattle Pacific Final Qualifying Meet Saturday, Feb. 24, starting at 5 p.m.
A return to the stage?
Emery Bradlina aims for a return to the national stage in the 800-m run. Last year, Bradlina traveled to Alabama to compete for a national title in the event.
Earlier this season, freshman sensation Colin Monghan finished with the third-best time in Puget Sound history in the indoor 5,000-m run during the Husky Invitational. Monaghan crossed the finish line in 14:53.33. The school record is 14:25.46, a mark set by Tyler Shipley in 2016.
Leaping into collegiate career
Freshman jumper Sydney Denham is off to a good start to career collegiate career. During the Washington State Open earlier this season, She tied for fourth overall in the women's high jump, clearing 1.55 meters. She bested competitors from schools such as NCAA D-II Central Washington and NCAA D-I Eastern Washington.
The 2019 outdoor season begins with Puget Sound's Ed Boitano Invitational Saturday, March 2.
RUNNING EVENTS – rolling time schedule (Women go first)
5:15 p.m. - Distance Medley Relay (W): Metzler, Klein,Schnorr, Schaffer
- Distance Medley Relay (M): Fournier, Sutherland, J.Monaghan, DeWitt
60m dash PRELIMS (W): Haskins, Morton
60m dash PRELIMS (M): Carlson, McKeague, Sutherland
800m (W): Bradlina
3000m (M): C. Monaghan
4x400m relay (W): Stills, Emerick, Cottnair, Klein
4x400m Relay (M): Tetreault, J.Monaghan, L.Monaghan, Dobkin,