Jeffries Sets School Record at Sun Angel
April 11, 2015

Full Results
TEMPE, Ariz.,
--Boise State track & field wrapped up competition at the 36th annual Sun Angel Track Classic on Saturday, Apr. 11. Allsion Jeffries cleared 4.05m (13' 3.5")in the pole vault en route to the Boise State school record.

Allison Jeffries placed second overall in the pole vault, clearing 4.05m (13' 3.5"). Her clearance set the new school record, topping her previous record of 12' 10.25". Jeffries also competed in the 100-meter hurdles, finishing in 15.19s.

The Bronco men's 4x400 relay claimed a third-place finish in a time of 3:11.69 in heat two. The quartet of Kyle Kelley, Fernando Martinez, Alexandru Terpezan and Jordin Andrade ended up beating out the first heat's champion UC Riverside for first place.

Mackenzie Flannigan recorded two top-10 performances on Saturday. Flannigan placed fifth in the women's 100 meter premiere in a time of 11.61 seconds. She would go on to place sixth in the 200-meter premiere, running a time of 23.78 seconds.

Angelica Johnson ran the 100-meter and 200-meter open races. Johnson crossed the line in 12.71 seconds in the 100 and 25.31 in the 200.

Sadi Henderson represented Boise State in the women's 800-meter open. Henderson placed fifth in 2:12.59 for her personal best.

In the women's shot put, Lacie Rasley took a fifth-place finish in the open competition. Rasley threw a 13.97m (45-10) on her first attempt. In the premiere competition, Courtney Hutchinson placed eighth with a throw of 14.59m (47-10.5).

Kelsie Styrlund threw a distance of 29.70m (97-5) in the women's open javelin. In the women's open high jump, Jordan Ward recorded an eighth-place finish clearing 1.72m (5' 7.75").

Alexandru Terpezan placed 11th in the men's 200 premiere competition. Terpezan finished in a time of 21.25 seconds.

Four Broncos battled in the men's 400-meter hurdle race. Jordin Andrade ran a time of 50.66s for second place, while Fernando Martinez crossed the line shortly after in 51.05s for fourth place. Bret Scheve (53.94s) and Rex Stanley (54.12s) placed 15th and 17th, respectively.

Dusty Fisher recorded a top-10 finish in the men's 200 open. Fisher ran a 21.47 for eighth place overall.

In the men's open discus, Juston Lindsley took 15th with a toss of 42.00m (137-9) for his personal best. Camden Stoddard placed 18th overall with a 23.30m (92-10). Stoddard would go on to clear 4.60m (15' 1") in the open pole vault for 10th place.

In the 110-meter hurdles, Danny Verdieck finished in 15.32 seconds for 13th place. Ian Keys claimed a 15th-place finish in the open 100-meter dash in a time of 11.07s.

Kyle Kelley set a personal best in the men's 400-meter open, hitting a time of 48.33 in the third heat.

The Broncos will head to the Mt. SAC Relays, Apr. 15-18 in Walnut, Calif.

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