Wyoming Track and Field kicks off 2024 Mountain West Championships


(via University of Wyoming Athletics)

LARAMIE, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls got their 2024 Mountain West Outdoor Championships started on Thursday with one podium placing and a number of other strong finishes.

Hammer Throw

Daniel Reynolds and Mary Carbee kicked off the Championships in the Hammer Throw. Carbee and the women were up first with Carbee posting two points for the Cowgirls in the event throwing 187-1. Reynolds, the Wyoming record holder in the event, earned the first podium finish of the Championships for the Cowboys with a strong second place finish. Reynolds went 216-1.

10000M

Eowyn Dalbec turned in a sixth place finish in the 10000M race. Dalbec went a time of 35:01.41 to post three points for the Cowgirls. Hailey Uhre went 35:58.72 for a ninth place finish. Cooper Brown ran a 32:10.83 and finished in ninth for the Cowboys.

Prelims

Four student find themselves in the finals on Saturday after impressive races on Thursday in the preliminary rounds of the Championships. Salma Elbadra ran a 2:06.84 in the 800 to qualify for the final with the second fastest time. The freshman owns the school record in the event she has run twice this season.

Gabby Drube, Taylor Weidinger and Jaheim Ferguson have all qualified for the final in the Hurdles. Drube and Weidginger went 1:00.00 and 1:00.09 to qualify in sixth and seventh while Ferguson went 52.92 to sit in fifth ahead of Saturdays championship race. All three sit on the top-ten of the Wyoming record books in the event with Drube in third.

Sage Coventry finished in tenth in the Javelin with a mark of 168-8.

Libby Berryhill, Madelyn Blazo, Jasymne Cooper and Paige Sefired all ran the 800M but did not qualify for the final. In order they turned in times of 2:11.19, 2:13.63, 2:14.82 and 2:15.13 to finish 11th, 17th, 19th and 20th.

Mac Zastrow and Tristan Knueppel went 15th and 17th in the men’s 800 and did qualify for the final. The Cowboy duo went 1:54.22 and 1:55.57.

Ava Morgan finished in 25th in the dash prelims with a time of 26.38.

Day 2

The Pokes will be back in action from the Mountain West Championships at 5pm (MT) with the final first up on the day. A full schedule and everything you need to follow along the next two days online here.



Source link

Related Posts

WOW! Shericka Jackson Gets BIG AWARD From ‘UTECH’ After DESTROYING TRACK SEASON

WOW! Shericka Jackson Gets BIG AWARD From ‘UTECH’ After DESTROYING TRACK SEASON. source

WOW! Elaine Thompson-Herah Celebrates Anniversary with Husband Derron

WOW! Elaine Thompson-Herah Celebrates Anniversary with Husband Derron. source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You Missed

WOW! Shericka Jackson Gets BIG AWARD From ‘UTECH’ After DESTROYING TRACK SEASON

  • By Blured
  • July 4, 2024
  • 0 views
WOW! Shericka Jackson Gets BIG AWARD From ‘UTECH’ After DESTROYING TRACK SEASON

Women's 200 Meter Finals WERE WILD! || Gabby Thomas VS. Sha'Carri Richardson – 2024 Olympic Trials

Women's 200 Meter Finals WERE WILD! || Gabby Thomas VS. Sha'Carri Richardson – 2024 Olympic Trials

Higher Up ! High Jump Men Athletisme Athletics Wanda Diamond League 2024 Xiamen

Higher Up ! High Jump Men Athletisme Athletics Wanda Diamond League 2024 Xiamen

Rai Benjamin Runs WORLD'S FASTEST TIME In Dominant 400 Hurdles Win || 2024 Olympic Trials

Rai Benjamin Runs WORLD'S FASTEST TIME In Dominant 400 Hurdles Win || 2024 Olympic Trials

HBCU track star wins 100 and 200 at NCAA first round regionals

HBCU track star wins 100 and 200 at NCAA first round regionals

WOW! Elaine Thompson-Herah Celebrates Anniversary with Husband Derron

  • By Blured
  • July 4, 2024
  • 1 views
WOW! Elaine Thompson-Herah Celebrates Anniversary with Husband Derron