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