Haller Takes Second, Broncos Close Well
Feb. 6, 2016

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BEND, Ore. ­– Freshman Miler Haller turned in the Broncos’ most impressive performance of the day, taking second place in the USATF Junior Cross Country Championships at Rivers Edge Golf Course in Bend, Ore. Haller ran a 26:16 on the 8k course.

With his performance, Haller earns an automatic spot on the U.S. team in the 2016 APA Pan American Cross Country Cup. The event will take place in Caraballeda, Venezuela on March 5.

NAMPA, Idaho – The Broncos racked up four event titles in the second day of the Jacksons/NB Indoor Invitational out at Jacksons Track at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa, Idaho. Chassity Love picked up two wins in the 60m and 200m dash, Alexandru Terpezan claimed the 200m title and Jordan Ward won the high jump.

Love ran a 7.73 and 24.78, Terpezan crossed the line in a season-best 24.78 and Ward cleared 5-5.25 (1.66m). The biggest time – pertaining to the school record book – for Boise State came from Sadi Henderson in the 800m. Henderson took second, but her time of 2:10.93 is the second-fastest time in school history. She continues to move closer to the school record time of 2:09.46, set by Lindsey Dewey in 2003.

Three other Broncos managed to PR in the 800m, as Zanae Jones took eighth (2:20.97) and Jessica Bottelberghe (2:22.57) finished in 11th on the women’s side, and Jeff Lautenslager (1:56.83) placed second for the men.

The men’s 400m saw Fernando Martinez take second with a season-best 47.65, and Alexandru Terpezan (49.11) and Rex Stanley (49.48) both PR’d, taking fourth and sixth, respectively.

Other Blue and Orange sprinters included Dusty Fisher who took second in the 200m with a personal-best time of 21.80, and also sixth in the 60m dash (7.05). Bryce Kirby PR’d in the 60m dash as well with a time of 7.23. Danny Verdieck took fifth in the 60m hurdles with a season-best 8.65.

Taj Dorsett had a nice day in the triple jump, recording a 35-1.25 (10.70m) for second. Camden Stoddard was third in the pole vault (14-07.25 / 4.45m).

The women’s mile had two Broncos competing, as Maddie Hall took eighth with a 5:24.48 – competing unattached – and Anne Brinegar placed ninth after crossing the line 5:26.10. Both were personal bests.

Several Boise State athletes competed in the shot put, as Courtney Hutchinson led the group with a third-place day after throwing 46-4.75 (14.14m) and Kevin Ketterling placed ninth on the men’s side with a final mark of 42-9.50 (13.04m).

Boise State will travel back up to Seattle next weekend for another meet at the University of Washington when they compete in the Husky Classic on Feb. 12-13 at the Dempsey Indoor. The Broncos will also be hosting the Boise State Team Challenge on Saturday, Feb. 13 back at the Ford Idaho Center.

 

Women’s Shot Put: 3. Courtney Hutchinson (46-04.75 / 14.14m), 8. Morgan Van Kooten (40-00.50 / 12.20m)
Women’s High Jump: 1. Jordan Ward (5-05.25 / 1.66m)
Women’s Triple Jump: 2. Taj Dorsett (35-01.25 / 10.70m)
Men’s Pole Vault:
3. Camden Stoddard (14-07.25 / 4.45m)
Men’s Shot Put: 9. Kevin Ketterling (42-09.50 / 13.04m), 11. Juston Lindsley (41-10.75 / 12.77m), 13. Drew Lindsley (36-09.75 / 11.22m).
Women’s 60m Dash: 1. Chassity Love – 7.73
Men’s 60m Dash: 6. Dusty Fisher – 7.05, 8. Bryce Kirby – 7.23
Men’s 60m Hurdles: 5. Danny Verdieck – 8.65
Women’s Mile: 8. Maddie Hall – 5:24.48, 9. Anne Brinegar – 5:26.10
Men’s 400m:
2. Fernando Martinez – 47.65, 4. Alexandru Terpezan – 49.11, 6. Rex Stanley – 49.48, 9. Cameron Wrout – 51.91
Women’s 800m: 2. Sadi Henderson – 2:10. 93, 8. Zanae Jones – 2:20.97, 11. Jessica Bottelberghe – 2:22.57
Men’s 800m: 2. Jeff Lautenslager – 1:56.83
Women’s 200m: 1. Chassity Love – 24.78
Men’s 200m: 1. Alexandru Terprezan – 21.52, 2. Dusty Fisher – 21.80

**Italics Denotes a PR**
 


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