Albuquerque to Host MW Indoors
Feb. 22, 2017

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Boise State will travel to Albuquerque, N.M., and compete in the 2017 Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships from Thursday, Feb. 23 to Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Albuquerque Convention Center, the third-straight year the event has been hosted by New Mexico. The championships will feature six teams on the men’s side and 11 for the women. The Air Force men and the Colorado State women enter the meet as the reigning champions.

TICKETS: Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for youth (0-12) and students. Tickets can be purchased online HERE or at the main entrance of the convention center.

Women – Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Nevada, New Mexico, San Diego State, San José State, UNLV, Utah State and Wyoming
Men – Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, New Mexico, Utah State and Wyoming

MEET SCHEDULE (Daily Start Times (MT) for Boise State)
Thursday, Feb. 23
Track Events – 4 p.m. (Men’s Distance Medley Relay Finals)

Friday, Feb. 24
Field Events – 12:30 p.m. (Women’s Weight Throw Trials and Finals)
Track Events – 1:30 p.m. (Men’s Mile Qualifying)

Saturday, Feb. 25
Field Events – 10 a.m. (Women’s Shot Put Trials and Finals)
Track Events – 12 p.m. (Men’s Mile Finals)

Women – Emily DeMarco, Morgan Diefendorf, Baylee Dodd, Taj Dorsett, Alexis Fuller, Sadi Henderson, Paige Inman, Allison Jeffries, Megan Lacy, Kyra Lopez, Anna McDonald, Kendra Noneman, Clare O’Brien, Brenna Peloquin, Amy Pfaff, Brenna Peloquin, Gracie Tostenson and Jordan Ward

Men Chandler Austin, Riley Campbell, Addison Dehaven, Dusty Fisher, Melika Ghali, Miler Haller, Noah Horsburgh, Ty Jordan, Kevin Ketterling, Bryce Kirby, Jeff Lautenslager, Drew Lindsley, Fernando Martinez, Rhys Park, Andrew Rafla, Tom Richardson, Ozo Rojas, Justin Stattner, Camden Stoddard, Alexandru Terpezan, Cameron Wrout and Yusuke Uchikoshi

LAST TIME OUT: Clare O’Brien ripped off a 9:09.01 in the 3,000m at the Husky Classic two weeks ago, making her the second-fastest women’s 3K runner in school history. The freshman surpassed Emma Bates (a 12-time All-American and the 2014 Outdoor Track and Field 10,000m National Champion) and her time of 9:11.98. O’Brien’s time was also the fifth-fastest time in Mountain West history.

The majority of the team stayed and competed at the Boise State Challenge, helping the Blue and Orange come away with six event titles on the weekend. Noah Horsburgh won two events – 800m and mile – to lead the Broncos at the Jacksons Indoor Track. Horsburgh’s best race came in the mile after he clocked a 4:15.70 for a 10-second personal best time. The freshman then followed it up with a victory in the 800m thanks to a 1:54.14. Sadi Henderson continued her assault on the Bronco record book and posted a 54.82 to win the 400m, making her the third-fastest indoor 400m runner in school history.

Dusty Fisher captured the 400m win on the men’s side with a 48.22. The most exciting race of the day was arguably the men’s 200m, as Alexandru Terpezan and Fernando Martinez squared off against Bronco alum and 2016 Olympian, Jordin Andrade. Terpezan (21.73) nipped Andrade (21.81) at the line for first, and Martinez was close behind in third (22.06). The last Bronco first-place finish was also a middle distance victory, as Amy Pfaff (2:12.54) held off a late charge from Nevada’s Eliza McCall (2:13.91).

MOUNTAIN WEST RANKINGS: Below is a list of Boise State athletes who are ranked in the top three in the Mountain West in their respective events entering the conference championships. The top-three finishers in each event at the conference championships will be named All-Mountain West honorees.

3. Sadi Henderson – 54.82

1. Sadi Henderson – 2:04.01

3. Alexis Fuller – 4:46.67

1. Clare O’Brien – 9:09.01

3. Brenna Peloquin – 16:24.38

Distance Medley Relay
3. Fuller, Diefendorf, Pfaff and Tostenson – 12:18.72

2. Bryce Kirby – 6.85

Distance Medley Relay
3. Richardson, McDonald, Ghali and Park – 10:16.41

NATIONALS SOON TO COME: Henderson’s 2:04.01 in the 800m and Clare O’Brien’s 9:09.01 in the 3,000m are currently both within the top 16 of their respective events in the national rankings, giving them tentative qualifying spots to the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships on March 10-11. With conference championships around the country still to be contested this weekend, neither spot is certain at this time. Henderson is relatively safe ranked No. 11, but O’Brien is firmly on the bubble at No. 16.

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