Puget Sound teams return to action in Oregon

Puget Sound teams return to action in Oregon

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's and women's track & field teams head to Oregon for the Boxer Open hosted by Pacific Saturday, March 30.


Recent top 10s

A small group of Loggers competed in the Willamette Invitational (March 23), where a couple of Loggers achieved Puget Sound all-time top 10 times. Jack Monaghan and Isaac Fournier both cracked the Puget Sound track & field top-10 list in the men's 800-m run. Monaghan crossed the finish line in 1:54.92, which is good for No. 7 all-time in the Logger record books. Isaac Fournier timed in at 1:55.37, which is No. 10 all-time. 


Conference award

Jack Monaghan was both the Northwest Conference Men's Track Student-Athlete of the Week and Logger Club Logger of the Week following an outstanding performance during the Peyton Scoring Meet in Baker Stadium (March 16). Monaghan won the men's 800-m with a time of 1:59.26 (NWC qualifier), and he won the 1500-m by timing in at 4:05.13 (NWC qualifier). He teamed up with Ryan SutherlandMatt Wells, and Isaac Fournier to win the 4x400-m relay with a time of 3:39.26.


A pair of firsts

The Puget Sound men's and women's teams both finished in first place during the Peyton Scoring Meet (March 16). Click HERE to learn more.


Conference leaders

Jack Monaghan's 1:59.26 time in the 800-m is tops in the Northwest Conference so far this season. Emery Bradlina has the NWC's top time in the women's 800-m run (2:19.55). Bradlina is also tops in the 1,500-m run (4:43.10). AJ Johnson holds the NWC standard this season in the men's triple jump (13.38-m). Colin Monaghan ranks second in both the men's 5,000-m run and 10,000-m run.


Looking ahead

Puget Sound's last home meet of the season is the JD Shotwell Invitational, April 6.