BSU Wins Two Titles at Bronco Invite
Jan. 21, 2017

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NAMPA, IdahoKeegan McCormick took first in the 3,000m with a career-best time of 8:42.76 to lead Boise State at the Bronco Invitational Saturday afternoon at the Jacksons Indoor Track in the Ford Idaho Center. It was McCormick’s second career collegiate victory in a field that featured 14 other runners.

The men’s 4x400m relay team of Cameron Wrout, Fernando Martinez, Alexandru Terpezan and Bryce Kirby was victorious as well, clocking a time of 3:19.25 to provide the other victory of the day for the Blue and Orange.

The 600m was an impressive race for the Broncos, as Sadi Henderson clocked a 1:29.00 to finish just behind a professional runner on the women’s side. Fernando Martinez (1:21.14) was second for the men and freshman Noah Horsburgh (1:21.33 was right behind in third.

The 800m saw Melika Ghali run a career-best time of 1:56.55 for second place for the men, and Amy Pfaff (2:12.47) ran well for third on the women’s side.

Ty Jordan (4:22.16) enjoyed a season-best time in the mile to take third in the men’s race. Maddie Hall (5:28.64) was the top Bronco finisher for the women in 11th place.

Taj Dorsett fared well in the 60m, recording a 7.92 to take fifth place. On the men’s side it was Kirby (6.95) and Terpezan (7.07) both making the finals and finishing in third and seventh, respectively. Terpezan’s best event – the 200m – was also positive with the senior taking second (21.84).

Pole vault saw Allison Jeffries take sixth after clearing 11-5.75 (3.50m), and Justin Stattner (14-9 / 4.50m) cleared a career-best height to take sixth as well.

Drew Lindsley had himself a nice day with a pair of 12th-place finishes in the shot put (44-0.75 / 13.43m) and in the weight throw (45-11.75 / 14.01m). His mark in the shot put was good for a PR. Kevin Ketterling (42-2.25 / 12.86m) took 16th in the shot put.

Kendra Noneman was 16th in the weight throw with a 45-3.50 (13.80m) and Baylee Dodd (38-4.75 / 11.70m) was 21st in the shot put.

The Broncos will take a break from hosting meets next weekend and compete in the UW Invitational from Jan. 27-28 on the campus of the University of Washington.

Boise State Marks/Times

WOMEN
60m
| 5 (Finals). Taj Dorsett – 7.92
600m | 2. Sadi Henderson – 1:29.00 and 11. Morgan Diefendorf – 1:39.85
800m | 3. Amy Pfaff – 2:12.47
Mile | 11. Maddie Hall – 5:28.64, 14. Anne Brinegar – 5:36.79 and 19. Anna Hartwick – 5:43.42
Pole Vault | 6. Allison Jeffries – 11-5.75 (3.50m), 9. Amber Mallet – 10-6 (3.20m), 10. Destiny Begin – 10-6 (3.20m), 11. Alyssa Adams – 10-0 (3.05m) and 12. Ashley Caffrey – 10-0 (3.05m)
Weight Throw | 16. Kendra Noneman – 45-3.50 (13.80m) and 42. Paige Shepherd – 31-8.75 (9.67m)
Shot Put | 21. Baylee Dodd – 38-4.75 (11.70m), 25. Paige Inman – 36-9.75 (11.22m) and 32. Kendra Noneman – 34-9.50 (10.60m)

MEN
60m
| 3 (Finals). Bryce Kirby – 6.95 and 7 (Finals), Alexandru Terpezan – 7.07 and 39 (Prelims). Kofi Ansah – 9.16
200m
| 2. Alexandru Terpezan – 21.84 and 12. Bryce Kirby – 23.08
600m | 2. Fernando Martinez – 1:21.14, 3. Noah Horsburgh – 1:21.33 and 6. Cameron Wrout – 1:23.89
800m
| 2. Melika Ghali – 1:56.55
Mile
| 3. Ty Jordan – 4:22.16 and 11. Matt McDonald – 4:38.75
3,000m
| 1. Keegan McCormick – 8:42.76
4x400m Relay
| 1. Cameron Wrout, Fernando Martinez, Alexandru Terpezan and Bryce Kirby – 3:19.25
Weight Throw
| 12. Drew Lindsley – 45-11.75 (14.01m)
Pole Vault
| 6. Justin Stattner – 14-9 (4.50m)
Shot Put
| 12. Drew Lindsley – 44-0.75 (13.43m) and 16. Kevin Ketterling 42-2.25 (12.86m)

**Italics denotes a PR**

 


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