Boise State Splits to Seattle and Nampa
Feb. 10, 2017

Husky Classic
Live Results
 | Live Video Stream ($) | Meet Schedule | Heat Sheets

Boise State Challenge
Live Results
 | Meet Schedule | Heat Sheets

The Boise State track and field team will split up into two squads this weekend as they send a distance group to Seattle for the Husky Classic from Feb. 10-11 while the majority of the team will stay in town to host the Boise State Challenge on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa.


LIVE RESULTS: Fans can follow along with the live results at the Husky Classic HERE.

LIVE VIDEO STREAM ($): There will be a live video stream, but fans must first purchase a FloPro subscription which can be found HERE.

WHEN: The Husky Classic begins tonight (Friday) for the Broncos at 6:25 p.m. (MT) with the women's 5K and will stretch into Saturday with the last event (men's 3,000m) scheduled for 6:05 p.m. on Feb. 11.

Brenna Peloquin, Megan Lacy and Gracie Tostenson

Miler Haller and Rhys Park

Kyra Lopez and Clare O’Brien
Mile Alexis Fuller

Ozo Rojas, Riley Campbel, Addison Dehaven and Andrew Rafla
Mile Jeff Lautenslager, Yusuke Uchikoshi and Tom Richardson



LIVE RESULTS: Fans can follow along with the live results at the Boise State Challenge HERE.

WHEN: The Boise State Challenge will kick off tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. (MT) with the men’s high jump and men's weight throw, and conclude at 3:30 p.m. later that afternoon with the men’s 4x400m relay.

Pole Vault
Allison Jeffries, Destiny Begin, Ashley Caffrey, Amber Mallet and Alyssa Adams
Weight Throw Kendra Noneman and Paige Williams
Long Jump Taj Dorsett
Triple Jump Taj Dorsett
Shot Put
Kendra Noneman, Paige Inman and Baylee Dodd
60m Taj Dorsett
400m Sadi Henderson
800m Amy Pfaff, Sadi Henderson and Morgan Diefendorf
3,000m Emily DeMarco, Anne Brinegar, Maddie Hall, Anna Hartwick and Emma Hyyppa

Weight Throw –
Kevin Ketterling and Drew Lindsley
Pole Vault Camden Stoddard and Justin Stattner
Shot Put Kevin Ketterling and Drew Lindsley
200m Alexandru Terpezan, Bryce Kirby, Fernando Martinez and Cameron Wrout
400m Dusty Fisher
800m Noah Horsburgh, Melika Ghali and Ty Jordan
Mile Noah Horsburgh and Ty Jordan
Keegan McCormick
4x400m Relay Bryce Kirby, Alexandru Terpezan, Fernando Martinez and Cameron Wrout

LAST TIME OUT: The Boise State men's and women's track and field teams picked up four total wins between last Friday and Saturday at the Jacksons/NB Boise Indoor Invite at Jacksons Indoor Track in Nampa, Idaho. Allison Jeffries guided the Broncos on day one, winning the pole vault title after clearing a season-best height of 12-11.25 (3.95m). Bryce Kirby was the first Bronco to win on Saturday after winning the finals of the men’s 60m dash in a time of 6.95, giving him his first-career 60m victory.

Ozo Rojas added a win in the mile in a career-best time of 4:15.03, edging Utah Valley’s Tyson Lambert and his 4:15.53. The redshirt sophomore has dropped his mile time each outing this season. Freshman Noah Horsburgh provided the final victory for the Broncos, taking control of the men’s 800m heading into the final stretch to win over Thomas Morrell III of Eastern Oregon. Horsburgh’s winning time of 1:54.03 was also a career best. 

POSITION TO QUALIFY: Sadi Henderson holds the fifth-fastest 800m time in the country at 2:04.01 entering the weekend. She is still in great position to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships from March 10-11 in College Station, Texas, as the top-16 competitors in the national rankings qualify in each event.

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