PROVO, Utah - Boise State’s first two days of competition are final at the Robinson Invitational track and field meet, hosted by Brigham Young University, with the men’s decathlon and women’s heptathlon in the books. The meet kicked off with multi-events on Wednesday-Thursday, and will run through Saturday (April 25).

Boise State’s lone heptathlon representative, freshman Brooke Demers, took home a 13th-place finish with 3304 points. The heptathlon was won by Mindy Robins of BYU (4764). Megan Olivetti, who is red shirting the 2009 outdoor season for Boise State, competed unattached at the meet. She finished in second-place with 4764 points.

On the men’s side Eric Demers earned the top decathlon finish for Boise State, placing sixth with 6399 points. He was joined by freshman Steve Anderson, who placed 15th in the event with 5743 points. The decathlon was won by Meelis Kosk of BYU, who tallied 7270 points.

Events are scheduled to start at 11 a.m. on Friday with the women’s javelin throw. Friday’s action will conclude at approximately 3:50 p.m. with the men’s 5000-meter final. On Saturday, the competition will start at 10 a.m. and will run until around 4:25 p.m. For updates throughout the meet visit

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