Boise State To Host Bronco Invite
Jan. 19, 2017

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The track and field team will return to the Jacksons Indoor Track at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa for a one-day meet this Saturday, Jan. 21 when they host the Bronco Invitational.

WHEN: The first event of the day (men’s high jump) will begin at 8 a.m., and the final field event (men’s triple jump) will go off at 2:30 p.m. Action on the track will start at 10 a.m. with the women’s 60m dash and then end with men’s 4x400m relay at 4:45 p.m.

WHO: Boise State, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State Los Angeles, College of Idaho, Concordia (Oregon), Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington, Nevada, Northwest Nazarene, Pacific (Oregon), Portland State, Sacramento State, San Francisco State, Southern Oregon, Stanislaus State, UC Santa Barbara and Utah.

TICKETS AND PARKING: Tickets for the day are $5 for adults. They are $3 for students with their ID cards, kids 6-12 years old and seniors who are 60 or older. Kids 5 and under get in free, and parking is also free.

FOLLOW: Live results can be found right HERE.


Weight Throw –
Paige Shepherd and Kendra Noneman
Long Jump – Taj Dorsett
Triple Jump – Taj Dorsett
Pole Vault – Allison Jeffries, Destiny Begin, Ashley Caffrey, Amber Mallet and Alyssa Adams
Shot Put – Paige Inman, Bailee Dodd and Kendra Noneman
60m – Taj Dorsett
200m – Morgan Diefendorf
600m Sadi Henderson and Morgan Diefendorf
800m – Amy Pfaff
Mile –
Maddie Hall and Anna McDonald
3,000m – Emma Hyyppa

High Jump –
Camden Stoddard
Weight Throw – Drew Lindsley and Kevin Ketterling
Shot Put – Drew Lindsley and Kevin Ketterling
Pole Vault – Camden Stoddard and Justin Stattner
60m – Kofi Ansah, Alexandru Terpezan and Bryce Kirby
200m – Alexandru Terpezan, Bryce Kirby and Kofi Ansah
600m – Fernando Martinez, Cameron Wrout and Noah Horsburgh
800m – Melika Ghali
Mile – Ty Jordan and Matt McDonald
3,000m – Keegan McCormick
4x400m Relay – Bryce Kirby, Alexandru Terpezan, Cameron Wrout and Fernando Martinez

LAST TIME OUT: Sadi Henderson ran a 2:05.71 and shattered the previous school record last Saturday at the Ed Jacoby Invitational to lead the way for the Blue and Orange. The time was also the fourth-fastest indoor 800m time in Mountain West history. In total, the Broncos claimed eight titles between the two days. Boise State was especially dominant in the mile, as freshman Clare O’Brien and junior Yusuke Uchikoshi both claimed victories on the women’s and men’s sides. O’Brien cross the line in 4:58.02 while Uchikoshi produced a 4:13.15 to win.

Alexis Fuller used a monster kick in the last 150 meters to win the 1,000m thanks to a time of 3:01.29. Fernando Martinez performed well in the 400m, winning the event thanks to a 48.31 – the 32nd-fastest 400m time in the country. The women pole vaulters were outstanding, completing a clean 1-2-3 sweep with senior Allison Jeffries leading the way with the victory thanks to a vault of 12-3.50 (3.75m). Camden Stoddard was dominant on the men's side of the pole vault, clearing a career-best height of 16-4.75 (5.00m). The Bronco distance runners fared well in the 3K, as Megan Lacy won on the women’s side in her Bronco debut after crossing the line in 10:20.60.

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