MW Indoors Set for this Weekend

Feb. 24, 2016

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Boise State will travel to Albuquerque, N.M., this weekend to compete in the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships from Thursday, Feb. 25 to Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The championships will feature 11 women's teams and six men's teams. New Mexico won both the men's and women's titles last year.

Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for youth 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)
Thursday, February 25
Heptathlon -- 11 a.m.
Track Events -- 4 p.m. (Men's Distance Medley Relay)

Friday, February 26
Heptathlon -- 11 a.m.
Field Events -- 12:30 p.m. (Women's Weight Throw)
Track Events -- 1:30 p.m. (Men's Mile -  Qualifying)

Saturday, February 27
Field Events -- 10 a.m. (Women's Shot Put)
Track Events -- 12 p.m. (Men's Mile)

Women -- Karyna Armstrong, Taj Dorsett, Alexis Fuller, Sadi Henderson, Courtney Hutchinson, Minttu Hukka, Kelsi Lasota, Chassity Love, Allison Jeffries, Mallory Nelson, Allie Ostrander, Brenna Peloquin, Britlie Silvester, Gracie Tostenson, Morgan Van Kooten and Jordan Ward.

Men -- Elijah Armstrong, Chandler Austin, Aaron Back, Riley Campbell, David Elliott, Dusty Fisher, Kevin Ketterling, Jeff Lautenslager, Drew Lindsley, Juston Lindsley, Fernando Martinez, Louis McAfee, Rhys Park, Andrew Rafla, Tom Richardson, Rex Stanley, Camden Stoddard, Alexandru Terpezan, Yusuke Uchikoshi, Danny Verdieck and Cameron Wrout.

A little less than two weeks ago the Broncos competed in the Husky Classic and Allie Ostrander ran an 8:54.27 in the 3,000m, giving her another school and Mountain West record in the process. Her time is the third-fastest oversize track 3,000m time in indoor collegiate history, and regardless of track size it's the 10th fastest.

David Elliott also excelled, running a 3:57.68 in the mile to make him the 461st U.S. miler to accomplish the feat in track and field history -- as well as the 59th U.S. miler to do so in the state of Washington. The local Washingtonian's time is a school record and also the third-fastest time in Mountain West history.

Andrew Rafla moved up a spot in the school record book after running a 7:57.98 in the 3,000m, giving him the No. 2 time in school history.

NATIONALS ON THE HORIZON: Entering the conference championships, David Elliott has the No. 6 time in the country in the mile (3:57.38) and the No. 14 time in the 3,000m (7:53.15). With the top 16 times advancing to nationals, Elliott likely has an appearance in the mile locked in and will also be gunning for a faster 3k time this weekend.

Allie Ostrander has the No. 1 time in both the 3,000m (8:54.27) and the 5,000m (15:21.85), virtually guaranteeing herself a spot in either or both races at nationals.

The rest of the Broncos will be looking to record season-best times this weekend that will hopefully jump them into the top 16 in their respective events.

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.


3. Sadi Henderson -- 2:10.93

1. Allie Ostrander -- 8:54.27

1. Allie Ostrander -- 15:21.85
3. Minttu Hukka -- 16:09.36

Distance Medley Relay
3. Alexis Fuller, Jessica Bottelberghe, Kyra Lopez and Brenna Peloquin -- 12:11.93

3. Alexandru Terpezan -- 21.52

3. Fernando Martinez -- 47.65

1. David Elliott -- 3:57.38

3. David Elliott -- 7:53.15

2. David Elliott -- 13:49.82

Distance Medley Relay
3. Louis McAfee, Ozo Rojas, Tom Richardson and Aaron Back -- 12:11.93

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