TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's track & field team won the Peyton Scoring Meet with 186 points on Saturday, while the women's team placed second with 159 points.
The Logger men finished 50 points ahead of the second-place team, Pacific Lutheran. The women came up 23 points shy of first place, which was had by the Lutes.
Alison Wise (5:00.14) and Tori Klein (5:05.44) claimed first and second place, respectively, for Puget Sound in the women's 1,500-meter run. Wise also won the 800-meter run by timing in at 2:23.26. Klein also placed second in the 5,000-meter run (18:48.96), as her teammate, Sierra Grunwald, won the event by crossing the finish line in 18:41.88.
In the field, two-sport student-athlete Emily Sheldon (women's basketball) placed second in the high jump at 1.45 meters. Elizabeth King (3.35-m) and Sunny Lewis (2.90-m) finished first and second, respectively, in the pole vault. Shelby Kantner won the triple jump at 10.76-m.
On the men's side, Sam Carilli won the 1,500-meter run with a time of 4:05.91, while David Santillan finished in a close second by timing in at 4:06.03. The Loggers claimed the top five finishes in the 500-meter run, starting wit Tyler Shipley's victory (15:04.25), and followed by Carilli (15:23.80), Josh Seekatz (15:26.20), Santillan (15:26.28), and Justin Higa (15:40.80).
Puget Sound also took the top two spots on the 4x400-meter relay. Cameron Braithwaite, Graham Ashby, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Ross MacAusland won with a time of 3:29.18. Graham Cobb, Todd Detweiler, Michael Westbrooks, and Zal Robles followed with a time of 3:36.56.
In the field, Braithwaite won both the pole vault (4.33-m) and the long jump (6.54-m).
Puget Sound next hosts the 30th Shotwell Invitational on Saturday, April 4, starting at 10 a.m.
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