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Walburn third in Group B at Bryan Clay decathlon

AZUSA, Calif. — Whitefish product and Carroll College standout Lee Walburn completed a couple solid days of competition by finishing third in his decathlon group at the Bryan Clay Invitational meet on April 14. Walburn, a junior, scored 7,156 points, with a fourth-place finish in the 1,500 meters — the 10th and final event — pushing him up from fourth place to third overall in Group B. Walburn won the discus throw for Group B, throwing 133 feet,11 inches, was second in the javelin (183-110) and third in the shot put (43-2 1/2). On Friday he ran his personal best time in the...
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Weekend Wrap | Bryan Clay/Mt. SAC Relays

EUGENE, Ore. – Between its combined efforts at the Bryan Clay Invitational and Mt. SAC Relays, the Oregon track and field team racked up 14 top-25 national marks including NCAA-leading outings by Micah Williams in the 100 meters and Emmanuel Ihemeje in the triple jump. In Monday's release of...
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Track and Field hits high marks at Bryan Clay and Beach Invitationals

AZUSA, Calif. / LONG BEACH, Calif.—The Utah Valley track and field team put up impressive marks this weekend at the Bryan Clay Invitational at Cougar Stadium in Azusa, California and the Beach Invitational at the Jack Rose Track in Long Beach, California. BRYAN CLAY INVITATIONAL. Utah Valley's 10,000-meter run...
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Spartans Record Multiple PRs at Mt. SAC, Bryan Clay and Long Beach

LONG BEACH, Calif. - Bryson Smith set a new personal record, finishing fifth in the men's hammer throw with a 57.27m throw at the Bryan Clay Invitational on Friday afternoon, and Jicel Fernandez ran a PR of 4.44.03 in the women's 1500m (19th place) at the Long Beach Invitational on Saturday to lead San José State across multiple meets the weekend. The Spartans sent athletes to the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, the Bryan Clay Invite in Azusa and the Long Beach Invite.
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All-Americans Excel at Mt. SAC, Bryan Clay Invite

The University of Michigan men's track and field team excelled on its second day of competition at the Mt. SAC Relays, and All-American Tom Dodd was in career-best form at the nearby Bryan Clay Invitational. Information on both meets follows. All-Americans Star on Second Day at Mt. SAC. Site: Walnut,...
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Track & Field Posts Strong Showings at Mt. SAC, Bryan Clay

UCLA Track & Field came away with strong performances at the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut Calif. and the Bryan Clay Invitational in Azusa, Calif., marking the third-straight day of competition for the Bruins. Mt. SAC Relays. A quintet of Bruins toed the line in the women's 200m, with Cathetine...
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LBSU Competes at Pacific Coast Invitational, Bryan Clay Invitational Day Two

LONG BEACH, Calif. – The Beach hosted their first of two meets this week with the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate on Thursday. Several meet records were broken, including the women's Triple Jump by Crystal Washington. Washington continues to dominate women's Triple Jump. Picking up the victory over a field of...
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Vollmer Scores 8,000 Points at Bryan Clay

AZUSA, Calif. – Behind a gutsy performance in the 1500 meters—the final obstacle of the two-day, 10-event decathlon—Max Vollmer won the Bryan Clay Invitational and became the sixth UO man to reach 8,000 points. For the Women of Oregon, Taylor Chocek secured a victory of her own with 5,514 points and the top spot in Group B of the heptathlon.
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Multis start strong at Bryan Clay

AZUSA, Calif. – Day 1 of the Bryan Clay Invitational opened on Wednesday with Fresno State's multis and steeplechase athletes in action. Madison Hutton currently holds the top score among the Bulldog heptathletes with 3,021 points. The freshman sits eighth in Group B and is second among the eight Mountain West competitors in the three groups. Out of four events, Hutton posted three personal bests. The Bulldog started the day with a 14.65 in the 100-meter hurdles, and finished with back-to-back PRs in the shot put (11.51m/37-9.25) and the 200 meters (26.46).
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Titans Break Four School Records at Bryan Clay and Mt. SAC

AZUSA, CALIF. – Four Titans set new school records between day two of the Bryan Clay Invitational and day one of the Mt. SAC Relays. The record-breaking day started off with Sophomore Andrew Aguilar winning Group C of the Men's Decathlon at the Bryan Clay Invitational with 6,714 points. Aguilar's score broke a 22-year-old record previously held by Brandon Campbell by 77 points.
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Pilots head to Bryan Clay and Mt. SAC Invitationals

MEET ENTRIES (PDF) | RACE TIMES (PDF) | LIVE RESULTS | LIVE VIDEO ($) Walnut, Calif. (Hilmer Lodge Stadium) MEET ENTRIES | MEET SCHEDULE | LIVE RESULTS | LIVE VIDEO ($)

Walburn third in Group B at Bryan Clay decathlon

AZUSA, Calif. — Whitefish product and Carroll College standout Lee Walburn completed a couple solid days of competition by finishing third in his decathlon group at the Bryan Clay Invitational meet Thursday. Walburn, a junior, scored 7,156 points, with a fourth-place finish in the 1,500 meters — the 10th and final event — pushing him up from fourth place to third overall in Group B. Walburn won the discus throw for Group B, throwing 133 feet,11 inches, was second in the javelin (183-110) and third in the shot put (43-2 ½). On Friday he ran his personal best time in the 400: 50.92 seconds. Winning Group B was Britain’s Sam Talbot, who was competing unattached and scored 7,643 points; Oregon’s Nathan Poff was second at 7,318. Eight athletes completed all 10 events in Group B; 12 did so in Group A, with Oregon’s Max Vollmer scoring 8,022 points; Cal-State Fullerton’s Andrew Aguilar topped 11 athletes in Group C with 6,714 points. Overall Walburn had the ninth-highest total, while setting the Carroll College record and surpassing his total from last May’s NAIA Championships (7,095). Carroll’s next action is the Trudnowski Open back in Helena Thursday. The Frontier Conference Championships are April 26-27 in Great Falls.