May 5, 2012
MOSCOW, Idaho -- Washington State track and field competitors won 10 events Saturday at the Vandal Outdoor Jamboree, the inaugural meet at the newly renovated Dan O'Brien Track & Field Complex in Moscow, Idaho.
WSU's Stephan Scott-Ellis won the men's triple jump with a wind-aided leap of 50-feet, 8 /14 inches (15.45m). Lauran Johnson also used the wind in her winning women's triple jump leap, a PR of 40-2 3/4 (12.26m).
Ksenija Marovic won the women's pole vault with a collegiate-best height of 12-2 3/4 (3.73m), the ninth-best mark in Cougar women's history.
On the track, Cindy Robinson and Chanel James finished one-two in the women's 100m dash with wind-aided times of 11.77 and 11.86 seconds respectively. James also finished second in the 200m dash with a PR time of 24.48, behind Canadian Olympian Angela Whyte's time of 24.48. Holly DeHart claimed the 400m dash in a time of 59.14. Erin Allen won the 400m hurdles in a time of 1:03.75.
Matt Wardell, competing unattached, threw a shot put PR distance of 50-10 (15.49m) for fourth place.
The Pac-12 Track& Field Championships take place May 12 and 13 in Eugene.