Arizona Men Win Jim Click Shootout and Multi’s


TUCSON, Ariz. –Arizona & completed the Jim Click Shootout and Multi’s on Saturday at Drachman Stadium. In the first team scored competition of the outdoor season, the Arizona Men came away victorious, posting a team score of 154. The Arizona came in second with a team score of 129.50. The Wildcats won seven total events on the day.
 
“The Jim Click Shootout is always one of my favorite events because of the level of competition that we have,” said Head Coach Fred Harvey. “Our teams coming out and competing at the level that they did, against really good competition, was satisfying to watch. And for the men to win the championship, that’s always really satisfying as well.”
 
TOP-THREE FINISHES
Jade Brown – First, ’s 100m, 11.53
Pierce LaCoste – First, Men’s Long Jump, 26-2.25 (7.98m)
Cooper Quigley – First, Men’s 1500m, 3:48.49
Ian Sanchez Lopez – First, Men’s 3000m, 8:21.13 | Third, Men’s 1500m, 3:49.96
Tyson Tippett – First, Men’s 100m, 10.27 | Second, Men’s 200m, 20.94
Yan Vazquez – First, Men’s 400m Hurdles, 51.95
Tyson Tippett, Brian Limage, Jacob Samford, James Onanubosi – First, Men’s 4x100m Relay, 39.91
Emma Gates – Second, ’s High Jump, 5-10.75 (1.80m)
Reinaldo Rodrigues – Second, Men’s Long Jump, 26-2.25 (7.98m)
Antonia Sanchez Nunez – Second, Women’s 400m Hurdles, 57.73
Sir Jonathan Sims – Second, Men’s Triple Jump, 50-6.25 (15.40m)
McKenna Watson – Second, Women’s 100m, 11.56 | Third, Women’s 200m, 23.86
Jacob Samford, Christian Simmons, Brian Limage, Isaac Davis – Second, Men’s 4x400m Relay, 3:10.23
Camila Aguilar-Perez, Keilee Hall, Antonia Sanchez Nunez, Ava Simms – Second, Women’s 4x400m Relay, 3:38.22
Jenica Bosko – Third, Women’s Long Jump, 20-8.5 (6.31m)
Isaac Davis – Third, Men’s 400m, 46.77
James Onanubosi – Third, Men’s 100m, 10.41 | Third, Men’s 200m, 20.97
Jade Brown, McKenna Watson, Dakota Minor, Ava Simms – Third, Women’s 4x100m Relay, 45.38
 
FIELD HIGHLIGHTS
The Wildcats dominated the men’s long jump, placing first and second in the event with all-time marks. Pierce LaCoste won the event and Reinaldo Rodrigues finished runner-up, with the pair both jumping 26-2.25 (7.98m). Those marks are now fourth and fifth all-time in school history. With Sir Jonathan Sims’ season best jump of 26-1.75 (7.97m), which came at the Willie Williams Classic, the three Wildcats currently have the fourth, fifth, and sixth all-time marks in school history in the event. Those Wildcats currently rank in the top 10 nationally as well.
 
Jenica Bosko and Sydnie Vanek placed third and fourth overall in the women’s long jump. Bosko’s best jump on the day was 20-8.5 (6.31m) and Vanek’s best was 20-5 (6.22m), which is a PR and moves her up to ninth all-time in school history.
 
In the women’s high jump, Emma Gates matched her personal best with a clearance of 5-10.75 (1.80m) to finish runner-up. Paris Mikinski placed fifth in the event with a height of 5-7 (1.70m).
 
Sir Jonathan Sims posted a big personal best leap in the men’s triple jump of 50-6.25 (15.40m) to finish runner-up in the event. In the women’s triple jump, Esther Akinlosotu placed fourth overall.
 
To start off the day in the field, Olivia Dillon led the Wildcats in the women’s pole vault with a big personal best clearance of 12-11.75 (3.96m) to place fifth. That mark is seventh all-time in school history. Amelia Stuart also posted a personal record in the event.
 
In the men’s shot put, Tyler Michelini placed sixth overall with a throw of 57-5.75 (17.52m). Sam Hala’ufia finished eighth and Michael Ogbeiwi placed 10th as well. In the women’s shot put, Tapenisa Havea finished ninth with a throw of 51-0.25 (15.55m).
 
Sam Hala’ufia posted a personal best throw of 178-1 (54.29m) to place fifth overall in the men’s discus. Tapenisa Havea finished fifth overall in the women’s discus with a toss of 173-2 (52.80m).
 
Tanner Kippes placed eighth in the men’s pole vault.
 
HIGHLIGHTS
Tyson Tippett won the men’s 100m, clocking a near personal best time of 10.27. James Onanubosi finished third overall with a time of 10.41. Joseph Green finished in ninth with a personal best time as well.
 
Jade Brown and McKenna Watson finished first and second overall in the women’s 100m. Jade Brown matched her personal best time of 11.53, which is an Arizona freshman record, and Watson ran a personal best time of 11.56. Watson’s time puts her seventh all-time in school history. Dakota Minor, Zana Ryan, Presley Money, and Lauryn Ford placed fifth, sixth, seventh, and ninth in the event. Minor and Money both clocked personal best times.
 
For the second time this outdoor season, Yan Vazquez won the 400m hurdles. He clocked a winning time of 51.95.
 
The women’s 400m hurdles had an exciting finish, with Antonia Sanchez Nunez placing runner-up with a personal best time of 57.73. Sanchez Nunez ranks ninth all-time in Arizona school history in the event. Additionally, former Wildcat Shannon Meisberger (57.87) placed third in the event and freshman Keilee Hall clocked a personal best time of 58.70 to end in fourth. Cecelia Woods ran a personal best time as well.
 
The men’s team of Tyson Tippett, Brian Limage, Jacob Samford, and James Onanubosi won the men’s 4x100m relay with a time of 39.91. The Wildcats have now won the 4x100m in all three of their meets this outdoor season. In the women’s 4x100m relay, the team of Jade Brown, McKenna Watson, Dakota Minor, and Ava Simms placed third with a time of 45.38.
 
Cooper Quigley grabbed his third overall win of the season. Quigley won the men’s 1500m, clocking a time of 3:48.49. Ian Sanchez Lopez (3:49.96) and Michael Urbanski placed third and sixth overall in the event as well. Sanchez Lopez went on to win the men’s 3000m later in the day, clocking a time of 8:21.13.
 
Teammates Tyson Tippett and James Onanubosi finished neck and neck in the men’s 200m. Tippett placed second overall with a time of 20.94, with Onanubosi finishing third with a time of 20.97.
 
McKenna Watson clocked a time of 23.86 in the women’s 200m to finish third overall. Jade Brown ran a personal best time of 24.08 and placed fifth. Dakota Minor and Camila Aguilar-Perez both posted personal records in the event as well.
 
Isaac Davis (46.77) and Jacob Samford (PR 46.93) finished third and fourth overall in the men’s 400m. In the women’s 400m, Camila Aguilar-Perez clocked a personal record time of 54.05 to place fourth. Ava Simms also finished seventh in the event.
 
In the men’s 800m, Cade Russo and Noah Ray both clocked personal best times. Russo finished fifth with a time of 1:50.85 and Ray placed seventh with a time of 1:51.57. In the women’s 800m, Kara Mickelson placed eighth.
 
Zachary Extine finished sixth overall in the men’s 110m hurdles with a time of 14.24 to start off the day for the Wildcats on the . Logan Hasher posted a personal best in the event as well.
 
To end the day on the track, both the men’s and women’s 4x400m relay teams clocked season best times and finished second overall. The men’s team of Jacob Samford, Christian Simmons, Brian Limage, and Isaac Davis ran a time of 3:10.23 and the women’s team of Camila Aguilar-Perez, Keilee Hall, Antonia Sanchez Nunez, and Ava Simms posted a time of 3:38.22.
 
Former Wildcat Talie Bonds won the women’s 100m hurdles with a time of 12.75. which meets both the and US Trials qualifying standards.
 
Adaptive competed in four events on the day as well.
 
MULTIS HIGHLIGHTS
To kick off day two of the women’s heptathlon, Hollan Powers placed fifth in the long jump with a personal best leap of 18-9.25 (5.72m). Then in the javelin, Emily Psarras posted a second-place finish and Powers had a personal best throw. To end the heptathlon, Powers clocked a time of 2:17.41 to finish third in the 800m. Overall, Powers put up a score of 5367 to finish sixth overall in the event. That score is ninth all-time in Arizona school history.
 
TEAM SCORES
MEN
1. Arizona – 154
2. Kansas – 112.50
3. Nebraska – 110
4. Eastern Michigan – 83.50
5. Kansas State – 83.50
6. Iowa – 77
7. Cincinnati – 56.50
 
WOMEN
1. Nebraska – 158.50
2. Arizona – 129.50
3. Kansas – 99
4. Eastern Michigan – 88
5. Iowa – 83
6. Kansas State – 82
7. Cincinnati – 61
 
UP NEXT
The Wildcats will head to Walnut, Calif., on April 17-20 for the Mt. SAC Relays.
 
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