Puget Sound men take third, women sixth in Boitano Invitational

Puget Sound men take third, women sixth in Boitano Invitational

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's track & field team finished in third place and the Logger women took sixth in the season-opening Ed Boitano Invitational hosted by Puget Sound Saturday.


The Puget Sound men totaled 100 points, and the Logger women finished 48. Whitworth finished atop both the men's and women's team scores.

Isaac Fournier won the men's 800-m with a time of 1:57.00, setting the pace out of 18 runners. After dominating the 60-m hurdles during the indoor season, Matt Wells won the men's 110-m hurdles by crossing the finish line in 15.00.

Liam Monaghan won the men's 3,000-m steeplechase by timing in at 10:18.52. Miles Carlson was third in the men's 100-m dash. His time of 11.61 beat out 29 other runners. 

During field events, Peter Ciari won the shot put (12.27-m), Brandin Porter won the discus (41.47-m), and AJ Johnson was second in the triple jump (12.96-m). 

Picking up where she left off from the winter season, Emery Bradlina placed second in the women's 800-m run, timing in at 2:18.36. Alison Wise was fourth in the same event with a time of 2:24.34.

Bradlina also took second in the 1500-m run, crossing the finish line in 4:41.29.

The Loggers next compete in the Pacific Lutheran invitational, March 10.


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