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Greg Hornsby Triple Winner at Husky Classic Meet
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 02/12/2011
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Feb. 12, 2011

Complete Results

SEATTLE -- Washington State's Greg Hornsby won both the 60m dash and 200m dash, Jeshua Anderson won the 400m dash and they were both members of the winning 1600m relay team Saturday at the Husky Classic Indoor Track & Field meet at the Dempsey Indoor Facility.

Hornsby, a sophomore from Moreno Valley, Calif., won the 60m dash in a time of 6.84 seconds, the same time he ran in the prelims. The Cougar men dominated the 200m dash as Hornsby returned to the blocks and won the 200m in a lifetime-best time of 21.51. Brett Blanshan took fifth place with a season-best time of 21.90 followed by Rashaun Johnson in seventh with a PR time of 22.04, and Marlon Murray ninth with a time of 22.09.

Anderson, a senior from Woodland Hills, Calif., won the men's 400m dash in a season-best time of 46.93, just ahead of former Husky Jordan Boase who ran a time of 46.96 in another section. WSU freshman Jacob Sealby took 14th place in the 400m dash with a PR time of 49.15. Anderson PRd in the 60m hurdles with a fourth-place time of 7.98, and Ramsey Hopkins finished sixth in a time of 8.20 after running a PR time of 8.08 in the prelims.

The Cougar men's 4x400m relay of Hornsby, Brandon Dawson, Sealby and Anderson won the final event of the meet with a season-best time of 3:11.28.

"Greg Hornsby had a great day," WSU Head Coach Rick Sloan said. "He is training well and racing well too."

Joe Abbott ran a PR time in the 800m of 1:48.05, just 5/100s seconds off the NCAA Automatic Qualifying time and eighth place overall. Todd Wakefield ran the mile in a time of 4:03.57 for 21st place.

Morgan Clem ran a PR time in the women's 60m dash of 7.70 for ninth place. Chanel James ran a season-best 7.75 in the prelims and 7.80 in the final for 11th. Later in the meet, James' 200m time was a PR at 25.44 for 10th place and Cindy Robinson ran a season-best time of 25.47 for 11th.

Shawna Fermin ran a PR time in the 400m of 56.11 for fourth place while Bria'una Watley finished 20th with a PR time of 57.96. In the 60m hurdles, Shaquana Logan ran a PR time of 8.46 for third place and Angela Jensen's time of 8.64 was 10th place.

Anna Layman took 11th in the women's 800m in a time of 2:08.70 while Ruby Roberts' 800m PR time of 2:10.56 was 17th place.

Both Cougar men and women ran PR times in the 3000m. Chelsea VanDeBrake led the way for women with a time of 9:48.61 (45th) followed by Sarah Bobbe at 9:57.01 (51st), Caroline Austin at 9:57.02 (52nd), and Emily Farrar at 10:28.12 (76th). VanDeBrake and Bobbe also ran PR times Friday night in the 5k with Bobbe's time of 17:11.72 a WSU freshman school record. In the men's 3000m, Andrew Kimpel ran a time of 8:17.19 (68th), Andrew Gonzales ran a time of 8:22.33 (76th), and Drew Jordan's time of 8:26.56 (93rd).

Stephan Scott-Ellis leaped a PR in the triple jump of 51-4 1/4 (15.65m) for third place after taking fourth place in the long jump with a season-best leap of 24-2 1/2 (7.38m).

Hilary Moore pole vaulted a PR height of 12-4 (3.76m) for 14th place and Carly Fitzpatrick also reached a PR clearance at 11-10 (3.61m) for 21st.

In the women's 4x400m relay, the team of Fermin, Courtney Zalud, Layman and Brittnay Crabb took fourth place with a season-best time of 3:47.66.

"We had a lot of lifetime-best marks in this meet," Sloan said. "The distance runners did a great job here but there are still a handful of people we need to perform at a higher level if we are going to be a championship-type team. I hope in the next two weeks they find that edge we're looking for and get us some points in the championship."

The WSU track and field teams will return to Pullman for competition next weekend at the WSU Open II Indoor meet at the Indoor Facility.

Washington State Cougars Athletics
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