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May 22, 2017 - The Washington State University track and field program has 29 individuals .... 6th), Kelsey Kehl (javelin - 3rd), and Atina Kamasi (javelin - 5th).

WASHINGTON STATE TRACK & FIELD RELEASE NCAA West Region Track & Field Preliminary Rounds May 25-27, Mike A. Myers Stadium, Austin, Texas Linda Chalich • Asst. Dir. Athl. Comm. (Track & Field Contact) • W-509-335-0268 • C-509-432-3263 • [email protected]

WSU TRACK & FIELD 2017 OUTDOOR SCHEDULE MARCH 17-18 @USC Trojan Invite, L.A. 18 @Whitworth Buc Scoring, Spokane 23-24 @Whitworth Sam Adams Classic, Spokane 31 @San Francisco State Distance Carnival APRIL 3/[email protected] Invitational @UCLA Bruins Legends Invite 8 @SCC WAR X, Spokane 12-13 @Mt. SAC Relays Combined Events, Azusa 13-15 @Mt. SAC Relays, Torrance 14 @Bryan Clay Invite, Azusa [email protected] Invite, Long Beach 23 @WSU-UW Dual, Seattle 29 Cougar Invitational, Pullman MAY 6-7 @Pac-12 Combined Events Championships, Corvallis 13-14 @Pac-12 Championships, Eugene 25-27 @NCAA West Prelims, Austin JUNE 7-10 @NCAA Championships, Eugene

COUGS HEAD TO AUSTIN FOR NCAA WEST REGION TRACK & FIELD PRELIMS The Washington State University track and field program has 29 individuals in 21 events and one relay squad accepted as participants into the preliminary rounds of the 2017 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships being held May 25-26, at Mike A. Myers Stadium on the University of Texas in Austin...Central Time event starting times are: Thursday field at 11 a.m., running at 4:30 p.m.; Friday field at Noon, running at 4:30 p.m.; Saturday field at 1 p.m., running at 6 p.m...top 12 in each event advance to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene...Alissa Brooks-Johnson’s mark has already qualified her into the 24-competitor multi-events at the NCAA Championships in June...complete schedule of events, Live Results and Live Video Streaming links can be found at https://goo.gl/xcf5Zn. WAYNE PHIPPS, DIR. OF WSU CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK & FIELD Wayne Phipps (University of British Columbia ‘91) is in his third season with the Washington State track and field program...he became the 15th men’s coach and the second coach for the combined men’s and women’s program at WSU on July 1, 2014, after 19 years at the University of Idaho...Phipps led the Cougar men’s cross country program back-to-back NCAA Championships at-large berth appearances with a 14th-place finish in 2016: the highest in 32 years after the entire 2015 team that placed 26th returned for the 2016 season....during the 2016 Track & Field season, a pair of Cougs earned second-team All-America honors...Cougars tallied 25 new entries into the WSU all-time top ten records...while at Idaho, Phipps was conference coach of the year 14 times, and led the Vandals to a record 16 conference titles. COUGAR TRACK & FIELD COACHING STAFF WSU Track & Field coaching staff includes Associate Head Coaches Julie Taylor (throws), and Yogi Teevens (sprints, relays and horizontal jumps)...Assistant Coaches are Brad Walker (vertical jumps), Allix Potratz-Lee (distance) and Ryan Grinnell (multis and horizontal jumps)...Andrea Sabbatine is the Operations Coordinator...volunteers this year include: Jesse Jorgensen, CharLee Linton, Tim Taylor and Kayla Warren. 2017 WSU TEAM CAPTAINS Track - CJ Allen (M), Liz Harper (W) Distance - John Whelan (M), Devon Bortfeld (W) Field - Travis Pickett (M), Katie Wardsworth (W)

COUGARS HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2017 PAC-12 T&F CHAMPIONSHIPS, MAY 13-14, EUGENE

The WSU men’s team finished sixth with 68.5 points, the highest team finish since 2009, and the women’s team scored 45 points for ninth...Brock Eager joined Alissa Brooks-Johnson (heptathlon) on the top of the awards podium when Eager won the hammer throw (67.39m/221-1)...Eager is the first Cougar to win the Pac-12 hammer since 1988...Cougar men and their scoring places: Ja’Maun Charles (100m - 3rd), Matthew Swanson (800m - 5th), Justin Janke (800m 8th), Michael Williams (10k - 4th), Sam Levora (10k - 5th), Christapherson Gran (110m hurdles - 5th), Nick Johnson (110m hurdles - 7th), CJ Allen (400m hurdles - 2nd), 4x100m relay of Zach Smith, Charles, Ray Littles and Allen (3rd), 4x400m relay of Charles, Swanson, Littles and Allen (5th), Keelan Halligan (high jump - 5th), Peyton Fredrickson (high jump - 6th), Robby Flores (triple jump - 8th), Adam Mahama (discus - 8th), Wyatt Meyring (hammer - 4th), and Cole Smith (javelin - 8th)...WSU women and their scoring places: Devon Bortfeld (3000m steeplechase - 6th), Emily Dwyer (3000m steeplechase - 7th), Liz Harper (400m hurdles - 7th), 4x100m relay of Jordyn Tucker, Regyn Gaffney, Tierney Silliman and Danielle Darden (5th), Lateah Holmes (high jump - t3rd), Kiana Davis (high jump - 7th, triple jump - 5th), Greer Alsop (triple jump - 6th), Kelsey Kehl (javelin - 3rd), and Atina Kamasi (javelin - 5th).

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WSU MEN ENTERED AT NCAA WEST REGION PRELIMS, MAY 25-27

Top 12 individuals and relay teams advance from the West Region Preliminary Rounds will advance to the NCAA Championships, June 7-10 in Eugene.

USTFCCCA NATIONAL TEAM RANKINGS

The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) national rankings are a prediction of how teams and individuals will place at the 2017 NCAA Div. I Outdoor Championships, June 7-10, in Eugene. USTFCCCA OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD MEN’S TOP 25 TEAMS 2017 Rankings Week 8 May 22, 2017 Rank School Total Last Ranking 1. Texas A&M 326.62 1 2. Florida 291.30 2 3. Georgia 240.62 3 4. Alabama 231.13 4 5. Oregon 207.22 6 6. Texas Tech 187.64 5 7. Arkansas 172.41 8 8. LSU 159.35 7 9. Auburn 156.04 9 10. Kansas 154.70 11 11. Virginia 151.48 12 12. Mississippi 124.21 15 Houston 124.21 17 14. USC 123.69 14 15. Texas 123.28 10 16. Colorado State 118.54 13 17. Baylor 118.19 20 18. Penn State 115.71 19 19. South Carolina 114.72 16 20. UCLA 113.06 21 21. Nebraska 106.45 18 22. Tennessee 103.71 22 23. SE Louisiana 90.10 23 24. Oklahoma State 84.04 24 25. Mid. Tennessee 81.13 29 75. Washington St.

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Next Ranking: May 30, 2017

(NCAA WEST REGION RANKINGS AMONG TOP 48 DECLARED ENTRIES) 100m - Ja’Maun Charles 10.29 (26th) 800m - Matthew Swanson 1:50.10 (44th) 5000m - Sam Levora 14:)1.63 (39th) 10,000m - Michael Williams 29:22.87 (25th), Sam Levora 29:22.90 (26th) 110m Hurdles - Sam Brixey 14.10 (29th), Nick Johnson 14.24 (45th), Abu Kamara 14.27 (48th) 400m Hurdles - CJ Allen 49.54 (4th) 3000m Steeplechase - Kyler Little 8:59.85 (45th) 4x100m Relay - Smith, Charles, Brixey, Allen 40.26 (23rd) High Jump - Peyton Fredrickson 2.12m/6-11 1/2 (T-31st) Discus - Adam Mahama 57.79m/189-7 (12th) Hammer - Brock Eager 68.66m/225-3 (3rd), Travis Pickett 62.53m/205-3 (28th) Javelin - Cole Smith 66.01m/216-7 (28th), Brad Stevens 64.71m/212-4 (35th) WSU’s Returning NCAA Outdoor Championships Men Participants: CJ Allen, 400m Hurdles: 2016 (12th) WSU’s 2017 PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS SCORERS: 100m - Ja/Maun Charles (3rd) 800m - Matthew Swanson (5th), Justin Janke (8th) 10,000m - Michael Williams (4th), Sam Levora (5th) 110m Hurdles - Christapherson Grant (5th), Nick Johnson (7th) 400m Hurdles - CJ Allen (2nd) 4x100m Relay - Zach Smith, Ja’Maun Charles, Ray Littles, CJ Allen (3rd) 4x400m Relay - Ja’Maun Charles, Matthew Swanson, Ray Littles, CJ Allen (5th) High Jump - Keelan Halligan (5th), Peyton Fredrickson (T-6th) Triple Jump - Robby Flores (8th) Discus - Adam Mahama (8th) Hammer - Brock Eager (1st), Wyatt Meyring (4th) Javelin - Cole Smith (8th) BROCK EAGER WINS PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS HAMMER TITLE Brock Eager (Rs-So., Renton, Wash.), won the hammer with a PR of 68.60m/225-1 at Whitworth’s 12th Sam Adams Classic in Spokane, March 23...at that time, his mark led Pac-12 Conference, was second-best in NCAA West Region by an inch and thirdbest nationally...this was the second time in less than a week Eager threw a hammer mark that reached the WSU all-time top 10... this mark is fourth-best in school history... in WSU records...the men’s hammer top ten had been dormant for 18 years until Eager’s March 17 throw at the USC Trojan Invite.

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WSU WOMEN ENTERED AT NCAA WEST REGION PRELIMS, MAY 25-27 USTFCCCA OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD RANKINGS WOMEN’S TOP 25 TEAMS 2017 Rankings Week 8 May 22, 2017 Rank School Total L ast Ranking 1. Oregon 391.79 1 2. Arkansas 267.97 2 3. LSU 244.37 3 4. USC 244.26 6 5. Texas A&M 235.39 4 6. Georgia 222.65 5 7. Kentucky 219.27 7 8. Texas 190.79 9 9. Florida 184.94 8 10. Baylor 177.60 10 11. Virginia Tech 142.76 12 12. Kansas State 142.46 11 13. Miami 130.05 13 14. Alabama 129.92 14 15. Florida State 127.13 15 16. Purdue 110.52 16 17. Minnesota 108.16 17 18. Washington 105.29 24 19. Arizona State 99.50 19 20. Stanford 98.35 20 21. Auburn 92.32 18 22. Mississippi 90.09 23 23. BYU 87.26 22 24. Notre Dame 82.13 21 25. San Diego State 81.83 28 87. Washington State 13.75 86

Next Ranking: May 30, 2017

___________________________________ WEST REGIONAL OUTDOOR RANKINGS May 15, 2017 Week 7

Men Women Rank School Rank School 1. Oregon 1. Oregon 2. UCLA 2. USC 3. USC 3. Stanford 4. California 4. San Diego St. 5. Arizona 5. Washington 6. Washington 6. UCLA 7. Washington State 7. Arizona State 8. Arizona State 8. Washington State 9. Long Beach State 9. UNLV 10. Stanford 10. California 11. Boise State 11. Arizona 12. Portland 12. UC Santa Barbara 13. Sacramento State 13.Long Beach State 14. Cal St. Fullerton 14. Fresno State 15. UC Irvine 15. Boise State

Top 12 individuals and relay teams advance from the West Region Preliminary Rounds will advance to the NCAA Championships, June 7-10 in Eugene.

(NCAA WEST REGION RANKINGS AMONG TOP 48 DECLARED ENTRIES) 100m - Regyn Gaffney 11.49 (32nd) 800m - Marlow Schulz 2:09.09 (48th - late addition due to scratch) 5000m - Devon Bortfeld 16:17.29 (41st) 10,000m - Vallery Korir 33:58.17 (21st) 400m Hurdles - Alissa Brooks-Johnson 1:00.11 (41st) 3000m Steeplechase - Devon Bortfeld 10:23.28 (35th), Emily Dwyer 10:26.19 (42nd) High Jump - Lateah Holmes 1.73m/5-8 (T-46th), Kiana Davis 1.73m/5-8 (T-46th) Triple Jump - Kiana Davis 13.00m/42-8 (19th), Greer Alsop 12.70m/41-8 (28th) Hammer - Katie Wardsworth 58.29m/191-3 (42nd) Javelin - Atina Kamasi 52.32m/171-8 (7th), Kelsey Kehl 48.76m/160-0 (21st) *Heptathlon (Natl top 24 to NCAA) - Alissa Brooks-Johnson 5616 (16th) WSU’s Returning NCAA Outdoor Women Participants: Alissa Brooks-Johnson, Heptathlon: 2015 (18th) / 400m Hurdles: 2015 (23rd) Liz Harper, 400m Hurdles: 2015 (19th) / High Jump: 2016 (NH) / Heptathlon: 2016 (16th) WSU’s 2017 PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS SCORERS: 400m Hurdles - Liz Harper (7th) 3000m Steeplechase - Devon Bortfeld (6th), Emily Dwyer (7th) 4x100m Relay - Jordyn Tucker, Regyn Gaffney, Tierney Silliman, Danielle Darden (5th) High Jump - Lateah Holmes (T-3rd), Kiana Davis (7th) Triple Jump - Kiana Davis (5th), Greer Alsop (6th) Javelin - Kelsey Kehl (3rd), Atina Kamasi (5th) Heptathlon - Alissa Brooks-Johnson (1st) BROOKS-JOHNSON WINS PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS HEPTATHLON TITLE Alissa Brooks-Johnson (Rs-Jr., Doty, Wash.), won her second Pac-12 Championships Heptathlon title May 7 at Oregon State’s Whyte Track & Field Center in Corvallis...Brooks-Johnson scored a seasonhigh 5,638 points to win the conference heptathlon title for the second time in three championships...also won Pac-12 title in 2015 with a PR total of 5,803 points: fourthbest in WSU all-time...took a medical redshirt season in 2016...also 400m hurdles competitor.

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2017 NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Hayward Field, Eugene June 7-10 Admission: Reserved: $116 / General: $80 goducks.com or 1-800-WEBFOOT COUGS RANKED IN TRACK & FIELD NEWS 2017 COLLEGE PREVIEW Track & Field News published the top 15 performers for NCAA DI in the March 2017 issue...rankings are based on PRs. MEN 400m H: CJ Allen - 50.16 (14th) WOMEN Hept: Alissa Brooks-Johnson - 5,803 pts (9th) __________________________________ WASHINGTON STATE T&F NLI/FAA SIGNEES FOR 2017-18 MEN Sprints: Jake Ulrich, E. Wenatchee, Wash. Middles Distance: Zachary Stallings, Reno, Nev.

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MARKS RECORDED IN THE WSU T&F RECORD BOOK BY CURRENT STUDENT-ATHLETES Women’s All-Time Marks (season achieved mark) 60m - t-1st. 7.45i Regyn Gaffney (2017) 7th. 7.57i Danielle Darden (2015) 100m - 3rd. 11.60 Regyn Gaffney (2017) 3000m - 3rd. 9:22.54i Devon Bortfeld (2017), 7th. 9:30.98 Vallery Korir (2017) 5000m - 1st. (Indoor SR), 3rd (all-time) 16:16.42i Devon Bortfeld (2017), 10th 16:36.40 Vallery Korir (2017) 10,000m - 1st. 33:58.17 Vallery Korir (2017), 7th. 36:06.48 Morgan Willson (2016), 9th. 36:33.54 Katherine Dittmann (2016) FRESHMAN SR 60m Hurdles - t-5th. 8.45i Liz Harper (2016) 100m Hurdles - t-10th. 13.80 Liz Harper (2016) 400m Hurdles - 2nd. 57.31 Liz Harper (2015), 7th. 58.81 Alissa Brooks-Johnson (2015) 3000m Steeplechase - 4th. 10:23.28 Devon Bortfeld (2017), 7th. 10:26.19 Emily Dwyer (2017) High Jump - t-9th. 1.81m / 5-11 1/4 Liz Harper (2016) Pole Vault - 2nd. 4.26m / 13-11 3/4i Kristine Felix (2015), 10th. 3.82m / 12-6 1/4 Molly Scharmann (2017) Triple Jump - 2nd. 13.00m / 42-8 Kiana Davis (2017), 4th. 12.70m / 41-8 Greer Alsop (2017) Weight Throw - 7th. 17.87m / 58-7 1/2i Katie Wardsworth (2017), 9th. 15.96m / 52-4 1/2i Aoife Martin (2017) Hammer - 4th. 58.29m / 191-3 Katie Wardsworth (2017) Javelin - 4th. 50.28m / 164-11 Atina Kamasi (2017) Pentathlon - 3rd. 4,146i points Liz Harper (2016), 4th. 4,101i points Liz Harper (2016), 8th. 3,558i points Lindsey Schauble (2017) Heptathlon - 4th. 5,803 points Alissa Brooks-Johnson (2015), 7th. 5,472 points Liz Harper (2016)

Men’s All-Time Marks (season achieved mark) Distance Medley Relay - 9:59.67 Paul Ryan, Ray Littles, Reid Muller, Nathan Tadesse (2016) - FRESHMAN SR 60m Hurdles - 7 .93i Sam Brixey (2017) - FRESHMAN SR 400m Hurdles - 4th. 49.54 CJ Allen (2017) Throws: Weight Throw - 3rd. 20.33m / 66-8 1/2i Brock Eager (2017) Jack Jacobson, Thompson Falls, Mont. Hammer - 4th. 68.60m / 225-1 Brock Eager (2017) Javelin - 10th. 71.07m / 233-2 Brad Stevens (2015) WOMEN Heptathlon - 1st. 5,635i points Dino Dodig (2016) Hurdles/Middle Distance: Decathlon - 10th. 7,416 points Dino Dodig (2015) Distance: Amir Ado, Spokane, Wash. Luke Schilter, Lacey, Wash. Matthew Watkins, Bothell, Wash.

Jelena Grujic, Novi Sad, Serbia Zorana Grujic, Novi Sad, Serbia

Distance: Kiyena Beatty, Temecula, Calif. Pia Richards, Sammamish, Wash. Jumps: Emily Coombs, Orange, Calif. Throws: Lita Forse, Caldwell, Idaho

COUGARS NOTED IN WORLD AND USA 2016 TOP MARKS The 2016 top marks in the 70th World and the USA were published by Track & Field News (February 2017 issue)...rankings are based on three criteria, in descending order of importance: 1. Honors Won, 2. Head-To-Head records with other athletes, and 3. Sequence of Marks...curent or former Cougar listed: Bernard Lagat, men’s 3000m (7:41.25i) 7th USA, 25th World Bernard Lagat, men’s 5000m (13:06.78), 3rd USA, 23rd World Bernard Lagat, men’s 10,000m (27:49.35) 5th USA Jeshua Anderson, men’s 400m hurdles (48.88) 11th USA, 22nd World Liz Harper, women’s heptathlon (5564), 36th USA Liz Harper, women’s high jump (1.81m/5-11 1/4), t36th USA Blessing Ufodiama, women’s triple jump (13.42m/44-0 1/2), 21st USA

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WSU MEN COMPETITORS AT THE 2017 NCAA WEST REGION PRELIMS SPRINTS/RELAYS Ja’Maun Charles (sophomore, Pleasanton, Calif.) - 100m/Relay 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 100m Dash PR 10.29w (3rd); 4x100m Relay 40.36 (3rd) Ray Littles (sophomore, Issaquah, Wash.) - Relay 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 4x100m Relay 40.36 (3rd) 100m Dash 2017 best 10.98 (@Cougar Invitational) Zach Smith (junior, Bremerton, Wash.) - Relay 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 100m Dash 10.98 (22nd); 4x100m Relay 40.36 (3rd) 100m Dash 2017 best 10.67 (@Cougar Invitational) HURDLES/RELAYS Sam Brixey (freshman, Boise, Idaho) - 110m Hurdles/Relay 110m Hurdles PR 14.10 (@2017 UCLA Bruins Legends) 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 110m Hurdles 14.96 (19th) WSU All-time Records: 60m Hurdles 7.93i is Freshman School Record Nick Johnson (freshman, Spokane, Wash.) - 110m Hurdles 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 110m Hurdles PR 14.24w (6th prelims) - fell in final 16.61 (7th) Abu Kamara (redshirt junior, Kent, Wash.) 110m Hurdles PR 14.27 (@2017 Cougar Invitational) 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 110m Hurdles 14.61 (12th) CJ Allen (senior, Allyn, Wash.) - 400m Hurdles/Relay Two-time Men’s Track Team Captain 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 400m Hurdles PR 49.54 (2nd); 4x100m Relay 40.36 (3rd) WSU’s All-time Records: 400m Hurdles 49.54 is 4th-best 400m Hurdles - 2014 and 2016 Pac-12 Champion NCAA West Region: 400m Hurdles 2016 - 50.77 (2nd), 2014 - 51.73 (26th) NCAA Championships: 400m Hurdles 2016 - 50.94 (12th) - All-America Second Team Kyler Little (sophomore, Coeur d/Alene, Idaho) - 3000m Steeplechase Steeplechase PR 8:59.95 (@2017 Mt. SAC Relays) 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Steeplechase 9:10.07 (9th) MIDDLE DISTANCE/DISTANCE Matthew Swanson (graduate student, North Vancouver, B.C. Canada) - 800m 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 800m season-best 1:50.10 (5th) NCAA West Region: 800m 2016 PR 1:50.04 (24th) Sam Levora (junior, Sandpoint, Idaho) - 5,000m/10,000m 5000m PR 14:01.63 (@2017 Stanford Invitational) 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 5K (DNF); 10k PR 29:22.90 (5th) Michael Williams (junior, Richland, Wash.) - 10,000m 2016 NCAA Cross Country All-American - led No. 18 WSU to 14th place, best finish in 32 years 10,000m PR 29:09.28 (@2016 Stanford Invitational) 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 10k 2922.87 (4th) NCAA West Region: 5k 2016 - 14:43.77 (32nd), 10k 2016 - 30:12.98 (19th) JUMPS Peyton Fredrickson (sophomore, Ridgefield, Wash.) - High Jump 2017 Pac-12 Championships: High Jump 2.05m/6-8 3/4 (T6th) PR height is 2.12m/6-11 1/2 (@2017 Cougar Invite)

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WSU MEN COMPETITORS AT THE 2017 NCAA WEST REGION PRELIMS (continued) THROWS Adam Mahama (redshirt senior, Pullman, Wash.) - Discus 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Discus 52.52m/172-3 (8th) PR throw of 57.79m/189-7 (@2017 CWU Final Qualifier) Brock Eager (redshirt sohomore, Renton, Wash.) - Hammer 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Hammer 67.39m/221-21 (1st) PR throw of 68.66m/225-3 (@2017 Cougar Invite) WSU All-time Records: Hammer PR is 4th-best WSU men’s hammer top ten had been dormant for 18 years until Eager’s March 17 throw NCAA West Region: Hammer 2015 - 61.65m/202-3 (20th) Travis Pickett (redshirt senior, Snohomish, Wash.) - Hammer Men’s Field events team captain 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Hammer 56.99m/187-0 (10th) PR throw of 62.53m/205-2 (@2017 Cougar Invite) NCAA West Region: Hammer 2016 - 60.03m/196-11 (26th) Cole Smith (redshirt senior, Hoquiam, Wash.) - Javelin 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Javelin 63.51m/208-4 (8th) PR throw is 66.01m/216-7 (@2017 USC Trojan Invite) Also high jumper with PR of 2.05m/6-8 3/4 (2016) Brad Stevens (redshirt junior, Snoqualimie, Wash.) - Javelin 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Javelin 58.52m/192-0 (12th) 2017 Season-best 64.71m/212-4 (@USC Trojan Invite) PR throw is 71.07m/233-2 (2015) WSU All-time Records: Javelin PR is 10th-best NCAA West Region: Javelin 2016 - 65.11m/213-7 (20th), 2015 - 62.68m/205-8 (26th) WSU WOMEN COMPETITORS AT THE 2017 NCAA WEST REGION PRELIMS SPRINTS/RELAYS Regyn Gaffney (sophomore, Chehalis, Wash.) - 100m 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 100m 11.68 (9th) PR time of 11.49w (@2017 Cougar Invite) NCAA West Region: 4x100m Relay 2016 - 45.60 (19th), 4x400m Relay 2016 3:38.08 (18th) MIDDLE DISTANCE/DISTANCE Marlow Schulz (junior, Whitefish, Mont.) - 800m Transfered from St. John’s University (NY) 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 800m PR 2:09.09 (9th) Also ran anchor leg of 4x400m Relay with season-best 3:45.10 Devon Bortfeld (junior, Sammamish, Wash.) - 3,000m Steeplechase/5000m Women’s Distance Team Captain 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Steeplechase 10:29.24 (6th), 5k 16:42.19 (19th) PR times - Steeple 10:23.28 (@2017 Mt. SAC Relays / 5k 16:17.29 (@2017 Stanford Invite) WSU All-time Records: Steeplechase (10:23.28 - 4th), 3k (9:22.54i - 3rd), 5k (16:16.42i - School indoor record, 3rd-best all-time Emily Dwyer (redshirt senior, Sammamish, Wash.) - 3,000m Steeplechase 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Steeplechase 10:33.08 (7th) PR time of 10:26.19 (@2017 Mt. SAC Relays) WSU All-time Records: Steeplechase (10:26.19 - 7th)

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WSU WOMEN COMPETITORS AT THE 2017 NCAA WEST REGION PRELIMS (continued) Vallery Korir (junior, Iten, Kenya) - 10,000m Transfered from Murray State in January 2017 Brother Leonard Korir on Team USA for 2017 World XC Championships 2017 Pac-12 Championships: 10k 35:06.73 (13th), 5k 17:07.72 (26th) 10,000m time of 33:58.17 is School Record (@2017 Stanford Invite) WSU All-time records: 3k (9:30.98 - 7th), 5k (16:36.40 - 10th) HURDLES Alissa Brooks-Johnson (redshirt junior, Doty, Wash.) - 400m Hurdles/Heptathlon Pac-12 Heptathlon Champion (2015, 2017) PRs: 400m Hurdles 58.81 (2015) NCAA West Region: 400m Hurdles 2015 PR 58.81 (9th) NCAA Championships: 400m Hurdles (2015 - 23rd), Heptathlon (2015 - 18th) WSU All-time Records: 400m Hurdles (58.81- 7th), Heptathlon (5803 - 4th) Qualified for 2017 NCAA Heptathlon (5616 points - 16th) JUMPS Lateah Holmes (senior, Fife, Wash.) - High Jump 2017 Pac-12 Championships: High Jump 1.72m/5-7 3/4 (t-3rd) PR is 1.74m/5-8 1/2 (2016) NCAA West Region: High Jump 2016 1.71m/5-7 1/4 (24th) Kiana Davis (senior, Longview, Wash.) - High Jump/ Triple Jump 2017 Pac-12 Championships: High Jump 1.72m/5-7 3/4 (7th), Triple Jump PR 13.00m/42-8 (5th) PRs: High Jump 1.79m/5-10 1/2i (2016) WSU All-time Records: Triple Jump (13.00m/42-8 - 2nd) NCAA West Region: 2016 - High Jump 1.71m/5-7 1/4 (27th), Triple Jump 12.38m/40-7 1/2 (3rd); 2015 - High Jump 1.68m/5-6 (33rd) Greer Alsop (redshirt junior, Invercargill, New Zealand) - Triple Jump 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Triple Jump 12.08m/39-7 3/4 (6th) PR is 12.70m/41-8 (@2107 Cougar Invite) NCAA West Region: 2016 - Triple Jump Fouled (DNP) WSU All-time Records: Triple Jump (12.70m/41-8 - 4th) THROWS Katie Wardsworth (redshirt junior, Spokane Valley, Wash.) - Hammer 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Hammer 52.20m/171-3 (12th) PR is 58.29m/191-3 (@2017 Long Beach State Invite) WSU All-time Records: Hammer (58.29m/191-3 - 4th), 20#WT (17.87m/58-7 1/2i - 7th) Atina Kamasi (freshman, Novi Sad, Serbia) - Javelin Began school at WSU in January 2017 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Javelin 47.84m/156-11 (5th) PR is 52.32m/ 171-8 (@2017 Cougar Invite) WSU All-time Records: PR is 3rd-best Kelsey Kehl (freshman, Baldwin City, Kansas) - Javelin 2017 Pac-12 Championships: Javelin PR 48.76m/160-0 (3rd) WSU All-time Records: PR is 9th-best

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3 days ago - WSU T&F AT MEETS IN BAY AREA AND LOS ANGELES. The Washington State track and field teams will be competing in several meets in the San Francisco Bay area and in Los Angeles...middle distance and distance runners will race at the San Fran

Apr 18, 2017 - The Washington State track and field teams will compete in a dual meet .... jump), Greer Alsop (triple jump); Men - Ja'Maun Charles (100m), ...

4 days ago - Long Beach State Pacific Coast Intercollegiate as well as at the Bryan Clay In- vite...there is also competition ... Kayla Warren is the Operations Coordinator...volun- teers include: Tim Taylor ... (50.78m/166-7)...Cougars captured firs

Jan 22, 2018 - WSU women claiming victories Saturday included Regyn Gaffney - 60m dash (SB 7.58), Adreonia Bradley. - 400m (1:00.34), Lauren Newman - long jump (PR 5.65m/18-feet 6 1/2), and Chrisshnay Brown - shot put 12.73m/41-. 9 1/4)...a pair of W

May 24, 2018 - Johnson's mark has already qualified her into the 24-competitor ... 18-19 @Bryan Clay Multis, Azusa ... 19-20 @Bryan Clay Invite, Azusa.