Eight Titles Highlight Jackson's Open
Dec. 9, 2017

Final Results

NAMPA, Idaho –
The Boise State track and field teams opened the season with eight event victories, Saturday at the Jackson’s Open.

Redshirt senior Courtney Hutchinson opened the season with a victory in the shot put, throwing 46-10.25 on her first throw. Baylee Dodd (39-07.25) and Paige Inman (37-02.25) took fifth and eighth, respectively.

Taj Dorsett opened the season in brilliant fashion, running a career best of 7.83 in the 60m preliminaries to advance to the final with the fastest time. In the final, she bested her time from the morning, running 7.77 to take the victory. She also took fourth in the triple jump, with another personal best effort of 38-02.25.

Bryce Kirby and Alexandru Terpezan finished first and second in the men’s 60m final, 6.86 to 6.96. Terpezan would get Kirby in the 200m however, as both finished first and second.

In the women’s mile, Ali Deitsch finished first in a new personal best of 5:07.78.

Justin Stattner won a tightly-contested men’s pole vault, winning with a vault of 15-07.00.

The Broncos swept the men’s mile, with Ty Jordan finishing in a lifetime best of 4:15.71 to take the victory. Jordan was followed by Noah Horsburgh in second (4:19.91), Rhys Park in third (4:20.40) and Israel Anaya-Carmona in fourth (4:21.90). This was Anaya-Carmona’s first collegiate appearance on the oval.

Horsburgh was again part of a Boise State sweep in the men’s 800m. Ghali led the way in first with a time of 1:54.98 – the second-fastest time of his career. Freshman Cade Greseth took second in his first collegiate race (1:55.41), while Horsburgh finished third (1:55.45).

The Broncos will return to action with the Ed Jacoby Invitational, Jan. 12-13 at Jackson’s Indoor Track.

WOMEN

60m- 1. Taj Dorsett- 7.77
800m- 2. Amy Pfaff- 2:12.41, 3. Morgan Diefendorf- 2:19.31, 4. Kari Taylor- 2:20.21
Mile- 1. Ali Deitsch- 5:07.78
3000m- 2. Emily Demarco- 10:50.89
Pole Vault- 3. Ashley Caffrey- 10-08.00 (3.25m), 3. Amber Mallett- 10-08.00 (3.25m), 3. Alyssa Adams- 10-08.00 (3.25m)
Triple Jump- 4. Taj Dorsett- 38-02.25 (11.64m), 8. Skylar Benson- 33-02.00 (10.72m)
Shot Put- 1. Courtney Hutchinson- 46-10.25 (14.28m), 5. Baylee Dodd- 39-07.25 (12.08m), 8. Paige Inman- 37-02.25 (11.33m)
Weight Throw- 3. Kendra Noneman- 48-11.75 (14.93m)

MEN

60m- 1. Bryce Kirby- 6.86, 2. Alexandru Terpezan- 6.96
200m- 1. Alexandru Terpezan- 21.47, 2. Bryce Kirby- 21.80, 5. Ryan Cavinta- 22.51, 13. Ricardo Rodriguez- 23.69
400m- 2. Ryan Cavinta- 49.49, 4. Ricardo Rodriguez- 53.98
800m- 1. Melika Ghali- 1:54.98, 2. Cade Greseth- 1:55.41, 3. Noah Horsburgh- 1:55.45, 5. Jacob Grinwis- 1:56.20, 6. Cameron Wrout- 2:04.55
Mile- 1. Ty Jordan- 4:15.71, 2. Noah Horsburgh- 4:19.91, 3. Rhys Park- 4:20.40, 4. Israel Anaya-Carmona- 4:21.90
Pole Vault- 1. Justin Stattner- 15-07.00 (4.75m), T8. Max Richmond- 14-01.25 (4.30m)
Shot Put- 4. Chris Kiley- 46-06.75 (14.19m), 6. Drew Lindsley- 42-11.00 (13.08m)
Weight Throw – 4. Drew Lindsley- 47-05.25 (14.46m), 5. Kevin Ketterling- 47-03.0 (14.40m)

Italics denotes personal best 


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