Feb. 6, 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho -- A baker's dozen of lifetime-best marks were achieved by Washington State track and field competitors at the Runners Soul Open Indoor meet Saturday in the University of Idaho Kibbie Dome.
Sophomore Morgan Clem (East Wenatchee) won the women's 60m dash in a personal-record time of 7.75 seconds after equaling her previous PR time of 7.80 in Friday night's Vandal Indoor meet. Clem also took third place in the 200m dash in a PR time of 25.56.
Freshman Cindy Robinson (Norwalk, Calif.) won the women's 200m dash in a time of 25.12 after finishing third in the 60m dash in a time of 7.89. Sophomore Brittnay Crabb (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.) won the 400m in a time of 58.22. Devin Brooks (junior, Seattle), running unattached, led a first-through-third WSU finish in the 60m hurdles. Brooks ran a time of 8.77, followed by Jalisa Williams in a time of 8.89 and Shaquana Logan's time of 8.91.
A pair of Cougar 4x400m relays finished first and second as Jacki Hill, Shawna Fermin, Williams and Logan ran a time of 3:54.07 for first place, and Crabb, Brianne Brown, Caroline Hedel and Robinson finished second in a time of 3:54.77.
Heptathlete Jasmine Johnson-McKeown (freshman, San Bernardino, Calif.), a double-winner Friday night in the discus and the 60m dash, took third place in the shot put Saturday with a PR throw of 43-4 1/2 (13.22m).
McCann, a freshman from Puyallup, finished second in the 200m dash with a PR time of 22.36.
The Cougars' next competition is Saturday, Feb. 13, at the Husky Classic meet in Seattle.