Bronco Invite Next Up for T&F
Jan. 21, 2016

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The Broncos will return to Jacksons Track at the Ford Idaho Center and compete in the Bronco Invitational this Saturday, Jan. 23. Boise State will host 15 other teams in what will be their third home meet of the indoor season.

WHEN: The one-day meet will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday morning with the men’s high jump, and the first running event will take place at 10 a.m. with the women’s 60m dash. The meet will conclude at 4:30 p.m. with the men’s 4x400m relay.

WHO: Azusa Pacific, Boise State, Cal State Stanislaus, College of Idaho, Concordia – Oregon, Eastern Oregon, George Fox, Montana, Northwest Nazarene, Portland State, Sacramento State, San Francisco State, San Jose State, Treasure Valley Community College, Utah and Utah Valley.

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.

DIRECTIONS TO THE IDAHO CENTER: The Idaho Center sits on the north side of East Franklin Road, between Idaho Center Blvd. and Star Road, approximately one-half mile north of Interstate 84. If coming from I-84, take Exit 38 and go north approximately one-half mile to the light (E. Franklin Rd.). Go right at the light and continue approximately another one-half mile and turn left onto Equine Drive. Continue another one-quarter mile and the building will be on the right.


Weight Throw (M): Juston Lindsley, Kevin Ketterling and Drew Lindsley
Weight Throw (W): Courtney Hutchinson, Britlie Silvester, Morgan Van Kooten, Mallory Nelson and Karyna Armstrong

Shot Put (W): Courtney Hutchinson and Morgan Van Kooten

Pole Vault (M): Camden Stoddard and Adam Garske
Pole Vault (W): Allison Jeffries

Long Jump (W): Taj Dorsett

Triple Jump (W): Taj Dorsett

60m Dash (M): Dusty Fisher and Kofi Ansah
60m Dash (W): Chassity Love

60m Hurdles (M): Danny Verdieck

Mile (W): Kyra Lopez, Anne Brinegar and Minttu Hukka

400m Dash (M): Fernando Martinez, Cameron Wrout, Camden Stoddard and Bryce Kirby

800m Dash (W): Ali Deitsch, Sadi Henderson and Zanae Jones

200m Dash (M): Alexandru Terpezan, Dusty Fisher, Bryce Kirby, Rex Stanley and Adam Garske
200m Dash (W): Chassity Love

1,000m (W): Jessica Bottelberghe

3,000m (W): Anne Brinegar and Kelsi Lasota

4x400m Relay (M): Rex Stanley, Dusty Fisher, Fernando Martinez, Alexandru Terpezan, Danny Verdieck, Cameron Wrout, Bryce Kirby, Camden Stoddard, Riley Campbell, Jeff Lautenslager, Keegan McCormick and Ozo Rojas.

LAST TIME OUT: The Broncos finished the Ed Jacoby Invitational with five total event titles in the two-day meet last weekend at the Ford Idaho Center. Boise State’s top performance came from David Elliott (4:09.87), who won the men’s mile by a convincing 2.6 seconds ahead of the second-place competitor.

Juston Lindsley won the men’s weight throw with a 53-0 (16.15m), tying his career-best mark that he recorded a month ago at the Jacksons Open. The other champion on the men’s team was Camden Stoddard, who cleared 15-3 (4.65m) in his final vault, good for a personal best in indoors.

On the women’s side, it was Courtney Hutchinson leading the way after winning the shot put title with a throw of 47-0.75 (14.34m). The women’s distance medley relay team of Alexis Fuller, Jessica Bottelberghe, Kyra Lopez and Brenna Peloquin also was victorious, clocking a 12:11.93.

NEW FACES: The Broncos have added two new student-athletes to the men’s roster; Yusuke Uchikoshi and Kyle Ketterling. Uchikoshi – a sophomore from Saitama-shi, Saitama, Japan – will be a welcome addition to the Boise State distance group. Kevin Ketterling will bolster the throws squad, competing in mainly the shot put and weight throw in the indoor season. Ketterling is a local product from Eagle High School in Eagle, Idaho.

RETURN OF ARMSTRONG: Karyna Armstrong, a NCAA Outdoor Regional qualifier in the hammer throw last season, will be making her 2016 debut this weekend in the weight throw. A redshirt junior, Armstrong set a personal best record in the hammer throw last year at the Border Clash, throwing a 193-11 (59.11m).

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