Sun Angel Classic Next Up for T&F
April 6, 2017

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After a successful opening weekend in the Bay Area the Broncos will continue the early part of their outdoor schedule with the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Ariz., set for April 7-8 on Joe Selleh Track at Sun Angel Stadium, hosted by Arizona State. The Bronco contingent will feature the large majority of the team with the exception of the distance group.

LIVE STREAM: A live video stream will be provided by FloTrack for the Sun Angel Classic. Fans must first purchase a FloPRO subscription to view the meet.

LIVE RESULTS: Live results for the meet can be found HERE.

WHEN (All time are Mountain): Friday’s action will begin at 1 p.m. with the men’s premiere hammer throw and conclude that evening at 7 p.m. with the women’s open vault. Saturday will start much earlier with the men’s open discus scheduled for 11 a.m. The meet will end that night at 10:22 p.m. with the women’s premiere 4x400m relay.

Emma Culig, Ali Deitsch, Morgan DiefendorfSadi Henderson and Amy Pfaff
1,500m Emily DeMarco 
High Jump Jordan Ward
Long Jump Taj Dorsett
Triple Jump Taj Dorsett
Shot Put Baylee Dodd, Courtney Hutchinson and Paige Inman
Javelin Emily Stiles
Hammer Throw Courtney Hutchinson, Kendra Noneman and Paige Williams
Pole Vault Destiny BeginAllison Jeffries and Amber Mallet

Dusty Fisher, Bryce Kirby and Alexandru Terpezan
200m Dusty Fisher, Bryce Kirby, Alexandru Terpezan and Cameron Wrout
400m Cameron Wrout
400m Hurdles Fernando Martinez
800m Melika Ghali, Noah Horsburgh, Ty Jordan and Matt McDonald 
4x100m Relay Dusty Fisher, Bryce Kirby, Alexandru Terpezan and Fernando Martinez
4x400m Relay
Dusty Fisher, Bryce Kirby, Fernando Martinez and Alexandru Terpezan
Shot Put Christopher Kiley
Discus Drew Lindsley
Hammer Throw Kevin Ketterling and Drew Lindsley
Pole Vault Justin Stattner and Camden Stoddard

LAST TIME OUT: Allie Ostrander announced her return to the track and field world last Friday night at the Stanford Invitational by winning the 3,000m steeplechase in 9:55.61 – making her the second-fastest women’s steeplechaser in school history. The redshirt freshman fought off a later charge from professional runner Alexina Wilson to claim the victory in what was the first 3,000m steeplechase race of her collegiate career.

Running at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival, Anna McDonald became the fourth-fastest steepler in school history thanks to a 10:23.67 to take second. Redshirt junior Courtney Hutchinson made her season debut in the shot put after redshirting indoors by recording a mark of 49-11.25 (15.22m) to further strengthen her spot at No. 3 on the school’s all-time performance list.

On the men’s side, Drew Lindsley headlined the weekend with a victory in the discus at SF State after throwing for a career-best 160-9 (49.0m). Fernando Martinez was also sensational in the 400m hurdles, winning the event thanks to a time of 52.17.

STEEPLECHASE TRADITION: Ostrander and McDonald becoming the second and fourth-fastest steeplechasers in school history further solidified the incredible steeplechase success of the past three seasons:

1. Marisa Howard – 9:37.84 (2015)
2. Allie Ostrander – 9:55.61 (2017)
3. Minttu Hukka – 10:13.48 (2016)
4. Anna McDonald – 10:23.67 (2017)

RECORD WATCH: Already the owner of the indoor 800m school record after clocking a 2:04.01 in January, Henderson will return to her strongest event this weekend and have a good chance at breaking the existing outdoor 800m record (2:07.66) held by Lindsey Dewey (2003).

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