Broncos Set to Host Border Clash
April 27, 2017

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The Boise State track and field team will host its lone home outdoor meet of the season this weekend with the Border Clash set to take place on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 at Dona Larsen Park on the Ed Jacoby Outdoor Track. Friday's action will be comprised field events while Saturday will include a busy combination of both track and field events.

TICKETS: Adult tickets are $6, while junior (2-18) and senior (62+) tickets are $4. Students are free with a valid Boise State student I.D. card.

PARTICIPATING TEAMS: Boise State, College of Idaho, Eastern Oregon, Lewis and Clark State, Northwest Nazarene and Treasure Valley Community College.

SCHEDULE: The meet will begin on Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. with the men's discus, women's hammer throw and women's long jump, and then end later that evening with the women's discus, men's hammer throw and men's long jump. Several field events (men's high jump, women's javelin, women's shot put and men's pole vault) and the women's 5,000m will start at 10 a.m. to kick off the action on Saturday, and the meet will conclude with the men's 4x400m relay at 2:30 p.m.

PARKING: Parking on Friday will be available on the east side of Albertsons Stadium with a shuttle transporting fans to and from Dona Larsen Park starting at 1 p.m. and going all the way until the end of the event that day. Saturday parking can be found at the Washington Group Plaza building on 720 Park Boulevard. Fans can drop off and pick up at the Dona Larsen Park parking lot, but no parking will be allotted for track meet attendees.

COMPETING BRONCOS:
Men
200m
- Alexandru Terpezan
400m - Dusty Fisher and Cameron Wrout
400m Hurdles - Fernando Martinez
800m - Addison Dehaven, Melika Ghali, Noah Horsburgh, Ty Jordan, Matt McDonald and Cameron Wrout
1,500m - Riley Campbell, Addison Dehaven, Melika Ghali, Ty Jordan, Matt McDonald, Rhys Park, Andrew Rafla, Ozo Rojas and Yusuke Uchikoshi
4x400m Relay - Dusty Fisher, Bryce Kirby, Fernando Martinez and Alexandru Terpezan
Discus
- Kevin Ketterling and Drew Lindsley
Hammer Throw - Kevin Ketterling and Drew Lindsley
Pole Vault - Justin Stattner and Camden Stoddard
Shot Put - Kevin Ketterling, Christopher Kiley and Drew Lindsley
Javelin - Jared Budzinski

Women
400m
- Sadi Henderson
800m - Emma Culig, Ali Deitsch, Emily DeMarco, Morgan Diefendorf, Alexis Fuller and Amy Pfaff
1,500m
- Emily DeMarco, Sadi Henderson, Minttu Hukka, Emma Hyyppa, Kyra Lopez and Anna McDonald
3,000m Steeplechase - Anna Hartwick and Emma Hyyppa
5,000m
- Anne Brinegar, Sarah Hastings, Megan LacyClare O'Brien and Allie Ostrander
Hammer Throw
- Courtney Hutchinson, Kendra Noneman and Paige Williams
Long Jump - Taj Dorsett
Discus - Paige Inman, Kendra Noneman and Paige Williams
Pole Vault - Justin Stattner and Camden Stoddard
Javelin - Emily Stiles
High Jump - Jordan Ward
Pole Vault - Alyssa Adams, Ashley Caffrey, Allison Jeffries and Amber Mallet
Shot Put - Baylee Dodd, Courtney Hutchinson and Paige Inman
Triple Jump - Taj Dorsett

WEST REGION QUALIFYING TIMES/MARKS: Athletes with times and marks ranked in the top 48 of the West Region will compete in the 2017 NCAA West Regionals in Austin, Texas on May 25-27. The following Broncos who currently have the necessary qualifying times and marks are;

Men
400m Hurdles | 26. Fernando Martinez - 51.75
3,000m Steeplechase | 7. Yusuke Uchikoshi - 8:48.88
Pole Vault | 44. Camden Stoddard - 16-6.75 (5.05m)

Women
800m | 6. Sadi Henderson
1,500m | 20. Allie Ostrander - 4:18.19, 35. Alexis Fuller - 4:22.08 and 45. Sadi Henderson - 4:23.18
5,000m | 14. Clare O'Brien - 15:57.36
3,000m Steeplechase | 1. Allie Ostrander - 9:55.61, 28. Anna McDonald - 10:23.67 and 40. Kyra Lopez - 10:31.40
Pole Vault | 37. Allison Jeffries - 13-3.5 (4.05m)
Shot Put | 29. Courtney Hutchinson - 49-11.25 (15.22m)

AIMING FOR MORE QUALIFIERS: With many Broncos still looking for regional qualifying times, several of the races on Saturday will feature a rabbit to ensure fast paces. Be on the lookout for several athletes to run times fast enough to break into the top 48 of the NCAA West Region rankings.


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