2003 Track & Field Schedule with Results
2003 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Four Wildcats All-Americans
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill Chico State's Howdy Atkinson, Steven Springhorn, Lindsey Kuehn, and Brianna Cardenas all earned All-American status Saturday at the NCAA Division II Track and Field National Championships in Edwardsville, Ill. Atkinson took fourth in the shot put with a toss of 57 feet, the third best mark in Chico State history, and Springhorn was seventh in the 1,500 meters with a time of 3:52.08. Kuehn led the Chico State women, taking fourth in the 3,000 steeplechase. She bettered her own school record with a time of 10:48.05. In the high jump, Brianna Cardenas took fifth, clearing 5-5 in the rainy conditions. The top eight finishers in each event are All-Americans.
The Chico State women finished 12th overall and the men were 30th. Lincoln University of Nebraska won the women's meet and Abilene Christian of Texas was the men's champion.
Allison Kennedy missed making All-American by six inches, taking ninth in the discus with a throw of 147-8. In the pole vault, sophomore Aaron Weiss failed to clear the opening height and settled for a 13th-place tie. Sophomore Patrick Boivin completed the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase in 9:16.94, good for 10th place. Missy Lendl finished 19th in the 5,000 meters in 17:44.57.
Frustrating day for Wildcats at NCAA Championships
(May 23) EDWARDSVILLE, IL Chico State senior Anton Alves, one of the favorites to win the National Championship in the discus, fouled on each of his three attempts, failing to place Friday. The Wildcats also got frustrating news when junior Abbey Butler finished sixth in her heat and failed to qualify for the 100-meter hurdle finals and sophomore Tony Martinelli finished sixth in his 800-meter heat and failed to qualify for the finals.
However, Butler, Justin May, and Margaret Pridgen did their best to brighten the Wildcats' spirits. Butler finished 11th in the heptathlon with a personal best of 4,747. That's good for fifth on Chico State's all-time list. May, a junior, finished 11th in the high jump with a leap of 6-feet-9. Pridgen, a junior, finished 10th in the 3,000 meters in 9:59.27.
The Wildcats will wrap up the meet Saturday with participants in eight different finals. Each top-eight finisher receives All-American status, which teammate Katie Lee already garnered with a 2nd-place finish in the 10,000 meters Thursday.
Lee 2nd in 10,000 at NCAA Division II Championships
(May 22) Chico State sophomore Katie Lee finished second in the 10,000-meter race at the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships hosted by Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Thursday. Lee, who earned All-American honors, finished in 35:34.48.
Senior Tyler Graff, representing the Wildcat men in the 10,000, finished 13th in the nation in a time of 30:43.27.
After four legs of the heptathlon, Abbey Butler is in 10th place with 2,877 points. She finished third in the 200-meter dash and third in the 100-meter hurdles Thursday.
Meanwhile, all four Chico athletes who took part in preliminary races Thursday advanced to Saturday's finals. Sophomore Steven Springhorn qualified 10th in the 1,500 in a time of 3:51.99. Sophomore Patrick Boivin qualified ninth in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in a time of 9:11.98. Sophomore Lindsey Kuehn qualified with the 6th fastest time in the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase in 11:07.09. Junior Margaret Pridgen qualified 6th in the 3,000-meter run in a time of 9:55.55.
Wildcats qualify fifteen for Nationals
(May 13) Fifteen members of the Chico State track and field program will participate in the NCAA Division II Outdoor National Championships May 22-24 in Edwardsville, Ill.
The top eight finishers in each event will earn All-America status.
On the women's side, the Wildcats' entries are Lyndsey Kuehn (3,000-meter steeplechase), Katie Lee (10,000), Abbey Butler (100 hurdles, heptathlon), Brianna Cardenas (high jump), Allison Kennedy (discus), Margaret Pridgen (3,000) and Missy Lendl (5,000).
Kuehn, a sophomore, is ranked No. 2 in the country in the 3,000 steeplechase and Lee is No. 3 in the 10,000.
Chico State's men's entrants are Anton Alves (discus, ranked No. 2), Pat Boiven (3K steeplechase, No. 3), Steven Springhorn (1,500), Justin May (high jump), Aaron Weiss (pole vault), Howdy Atkinson (shot put), Tyler Graff (10,000) and Tony Martinelli (800 meters).
Men and women finish second at CCAA Championships
(May 9) MODESTO - The Chico State track and field teams both finished in second place at the 2003 CCAA Track and Field Championships held in conjuction with the Modesto Relays May 8-9.
Women's Team Scores - 1. UC Davis 220.5; 2. Chico State 142; 3. Cal St. Stanislaus 105; 4. UC San Diego 101.5 5. Cal State L.A. 83; 6. Cal St. Dominguez Hills 73; 7. San Francisco State 49; 8. Cal Poly Pomona 37; 9 (tie). Sonoma State; Cal St. Bakersfield 23.
Men's Team Scores - 1. UC Davis 237.5; 2. Chico State 155; 3. Cal Poly Pomona 98; 4. Cal St. Stanislaus 67; 5. Cal St. Bakersfield 66.5; 6. San Francisco State 66; 7. Cal State L.A. 61; 8. UC San Diego 59.
Top five finishes for Chico State:
Top three receive All-CCAA honors
Women's 800 Meter Run Finals - 3, Margret Pridgen, Chico, 2:15.83. 5, Vanessa Hansen, Chico, 2:20.04
Women's 1500 Meter Run - 2, Margret Pridgen, Chico, 4:37.96. .
Women's 3000 Meter Run - 1, Katie Lee, Chico, 9:45.05.
Women's 3000 Meter Steeplechase - 1, Lyndsey Kuehn, Chico, 11:10.31. 4, Kristi Cangiamilla, Chico, 11:25.19.
Women's 5000 Meter Run - 1, Katie Lee, Chico, 17:29.30. 5, Missy Lendl, Chico, 18:02.
Women's 10,000 Meter Run - 3, Laura Cohen, Chico, 38:23.04.
Women's 100 Meter Hurdles Finals (w: -1.0) 2, Abbey Butler, Chico, 14.19.
Women's 4x400 Meter Relay - 2, Chico 3:54.95.
Women's High Jump - 5, Becky Rankin, Chico, 1.60m, (5-03).
Women's Discus Throw - 1, Allison Kennedy, Chico, 46.51m, (152-07).
Women's Long Jump - 2, Abbey Butler, Chico State, 5.61m, w:1.3 (18-05).
Women's Javelin Throw - 2, Brandie Dressel, Chico State, 38.43m, (126-01). 3, Courtney Sargent, Chico, 37.57m, (123-03).
Women's Heptathlon - 2, Brianna Cardenas, Chico, 4,438; 4, Courtney Sargent, Chico, 4,039;
Men's 100 Meter Dash Finals (w: 1.0) 5, Phil Lucas, Chico, 10.99.
Men's 800 Meter Run - 3, Tony Martinellii, Chico, 1:54.49.
Men's 1500 Meter Run - 2, Steven Springhorn, Chico, 3:53.36.
Men's 5000 Meter Run - 1, Tyler Graff, Chico, 14:46.72. 2, Juan Sanchez, Chico, 14:56.65.
Men's 10000 Meter Run - 1, Juan Sanchez, Chico, 31:46.78. 2, Vernon Ruiz, Chico, 31:57.96. 3, Matt Faulkner, Chico, 32:07.37
Men's 400 Meter Hurdles Finals - 4, Pat Domek, Chico, 53.72. Men's 3000 Meter Steeplechase - 1, Patrick Boivin, Chico, 9:08.50.
Men's Pole Vault - 1, Forrest Wells, Chico, 4.80m, (15-09)
Men's High Jump - 2, Justin May, Chico, 2.05m, (6-08.75). 4, Vince Boatwright, Chico, 1.94m, (6-04.25).
Men's Triple Jump - 1, Peter Francis, Chico, 14.65m, w:2.6 (48-00.75).
Men's Shot Put - 3, Howard Atkinson, Chico, 17.01m, (55-09.75). 5, Anton Alves, Chico, 16.00m, (52-06).
Men's Discus Throw - 1, Anton Alves, Chico, 54.66m, (179-04).
Men's Javelin Throw - 2, Troy Lalaguna, Chico, 58.49m, (191-11)
Chico's Steven Springhorn named
CCAA Men's Athlete of the Week
(May 6) WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- CHICO STATE distance runner Steven Springhorn has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Athlete of the Week for the week of April 28 through May 4.
Springhorn, a sophomore from Redding, posted a personal record in the 1,500 meters at the Stanford Cardinal Invitational with a CCAA season-best time of 3:48.45. He was the top Division II athlete to finish in a field loaded with Division I and club runners, finishing 15th among collegians and 31st overall. Springhorn’s mark is a provisional qualifier for the NCAA Championship meet and is the seventh best in school history. Springhorn is the first Wildcat in 18 years to crack the Chico State 1,500 top ten.
2003 CCAA Track & Field Championships
May 8-9 • Modesto, Calif.
Wildcats to host 18th Annual Chico Invite
Saturday, April 26 • University Stadium
Butler gets a pair of wins as Wildcats host evening event
(Apr. 26) Chico State's Abbey Butler won two events at Saturday's Chico Twilight Invitational track and field meet, one of which improved a national provisional qualifying time.
Butler won the 100-meter hurdles in 14.32 seconds, gaining the second-fastest time in school history and improving her chances for a trip to the Division II National Championships in Edwardsville, IL. She also took first in the long jump with a distance of 18 feet, 7 1/2 inches.
Lindsay Kuehn had a provisional qualifying time in the steeplechase, taking the event in 10:49.68, which bettered the school record she already holds in the event.
Katie Lee won the 1,500 meters in 4:38.19, picking up the second-fastest time in Chico State history. Lee has provisional qualifying times in the 1,500, 10,000, 5,000 and 3,000 meters on the season.
Brianne Ferris was the champion of the shot put with a distance of 39-6 and Melanie King won the 400-meter race in 56.94.
On the men's side, Justin May remained undefeated in the high jump this year, winning with a leap of 6-8 and made several good attempts at the coveted 7-0 mark.
Joel Kriwinski had a provisional qualifying time in the pole vault with a winning height of 16-2.
Steven Springhorn gained a win in the 1,500 meters (3:51.89). The victory also gave him a provisional qualifying time. Howdie Atkinson won the shot put in 54-10.
Chico State is preparing for the CCAA Track & Field Championships in Fresno, May 8-9. The men will be defending their 2002 title. The women will look to improve on last year's third-place finish.
Chico State's Lindsay Kuehn named
CCAA Women's Athlete of the Week
(Apr. 24) WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- CHICO STATE distance runner Lindsay Kuehn has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Athlete of the Week for the week of April 14-20.
Kuehn, a sophomore from Tustin, easily won the 3,000-meter run at the UC Davis Woody Wilson Classic last week with an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 9:55.59. The mark is a 34-second improvement on Kuehn’s previous personal best. The effort moved her to the No. 8 position in NCAA Division II this season.
Throwers compete in San Diego
(Apr. 18) Four throwers competed at the Cal/Nevada Championships in San Diego. Anton Alves threw the discus 168-7 in Thursday's trials and bounced back on Friday to launch the sphere 175-3 to place fourth in the competition. The mark moves him into the No. 5 spot in the nation and puts him in a comfortable position for a qualification to the national championships.
The NCAA championships will be held in Edwardsville, Ill. at the end of May. The top 16 athletes in each event are invited to compete.
Atkinson, who entered the meet ranked 11th in the nation, was looking to better his mark of 53-9.5. In the trials he threw 53-9 to advance to the finals, where he placed 7th with a toss of 53-1.
Brianne Ferris continued to be consistent in the shot put with a throw of 39-4.5, narrowly missing her PR of 39-6. Ferris is currently ranked 11th in the very competitive CCAA.
Allison Kennedy also just missed a PR in the discus, heaving it 138-6. Coach Tim Fua reported that her third throw landed just inches outside the sector line at 150' and that she is due to hit the NCAA provisional mark of 143' any time now.
Katie Lee attacks another Wildcat record
(Apr. 17) Katie Lee smashed another Chico State school record Thursday evening at the Mt. SanAntonio Relays Track and Field Meet. This time the mark was set in the 5,000 meters. Her time of 17:11.00 earned her 12th overall out of a very talented field of mostly Division I runners.
Chico's previous record was set in 2000 by Jenny Spoon. Spoon who earned All America honors in three different events at the 2000 NCAA championships is left with school best marks in the 1,500 meters and the 3,000 meters.
Lee, a sophomore from Danville chipped 11 seconds from Spoon's mark and became one of the fastest 5k runners in the NCAA for Division II this season. Her 10k school record of 35:34 set several weeks ago at the Stanford Invitational also ranks inside the top five times nationally.
Abbey Butler finishes second in heptathlon
(Apr. 17) Abbey Butler continued her solid season for the Chico State track team, finishing second in the California-Nevada Heptathlon championships.
Butler's second-place point total was 4,694, including her winning long jump of 17 feet, 7 inches. Bulter also improved her national provisional mark and improved to No. 11 in Division II.
The total for the two-day event was a personal best for Butler and is the sixth-best score in school history.
Darci Burton, red shirting and competing unattached, finished third with 4,218 points. Burton won the javelin with a throw of 115-0.
Track & Field rained out
(Apr. 12) Almost unheard of in the world of track and field...the Wildcats suffered a rain out on Saturday at the Brutus Hamilton Invite hosted by UC Berkeley. The meet was cancelled due to thunderstorms and lightening in the area.
Wildcats among the NCAA Ranks
(Apr. 9) The track and field team has several athletes ranked nationally in Division II:
Soph-Tony Martinelli, 800 (3rd)
Soph-Patrick Boivin, Steeple (1st)
JR.- Tyler Graff, 5K (14th), 10K (4th)
SR.-Juan Sanchez, 5K (9th)
JR.-Verne Ruiz, 5K (13th)
JR.-Justin May, HJ (3rd)
Soph- Aaron Weiss, PV (3rd)
SR.-Forrest Wells, PV (6th)
SR.-Howdy Atkinson, SP (9th)
SR.-Anton Alves, DT (5th)
JR.- Margaret Pridgen, 1500 (19th)
Soph.- Katie Lee, 3K (6th), 5K (8th), 10K (1st)
Soph.- Missy Lendl, 5K (5th)
Soph.-Lyndsey Kuehn, Steeple (2nd)
Jr.- Abbey Butler, 100H (8th), Heptathlon (9th)
Boivin named CCAA Athlete of the Week
CHICO STATE distance runner Pat Boivin has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Athlete of the Week for the week of March 24-30.
Boivin, a sophomore from Roseville, produced an NCAA Division II season-best time in winning Section 2 of the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Stanford Invitational last week.
Finding himself in 12th place entering the final 400 meters, Boivin overtook 11 runners, passing the previous leader with 200 meters to go, en route to a winning time of 9:01.72, the third fastest in Chico State history. Boivin’s provisional qualifying effort all but assured him of a berth in the NCAA Championship meet next month.
Lee named CCAA Athlete of the Week
CHICO STATE distance runner Katie Lee has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Athlete of the Week for the week of March 24-30.
Lee, a sophomore from Danville, made her 10,000-meter race debut a splendid one, posting an NCAA Division II season-best time of 35:34.18 to finish 26th at the prestigious Stanford Invitational last week. She was the top non-Division I finisher in a race that featured top runners from temas like Brigham Young, Kansas, Baylor, Washington and Indiana. Lee’s provisional qualifying mark has all but assured her of a berth to the NCAA Championship meet.
Wildcats put up good marks at Johnny Mathis Invitational
(Apr. 7) Highlights from the Johnny Mathis Invitational held at San Francisco State:
Heptathlete Abbey Butler, a junior from Yuba City HS, ran the third fastest 100-meter hurdle time in school history, winning the race in a time of 14.48. This mark is an NCAA provisional qualifying mark and currently ranks her fifth in the nation.
Butler also teamed up with Erin Loftin, Melanie King and Courtney Sargent in the 4 x 100 meter relay to place third with a time of 48.84. Loftin, a freshman, also ran 59.75 in the 400 to place fifth. Sargent ran a team-leading 12.65 in the 100 meters.
Margaret Pridgen ran the second fastest time ever for a Chico State 800 meter runner. Her time of 2:15.16 placed her fifth in the field of 43 runners. She also teamed up with Loftin, Butler and Michelle Viola to place third in the 4 x 400 meter relay with a time of 4:00.69.
Sophomore, Missy Lendl (last week’s CCAA Track and Field Athlete of the Week) finished strong to run the fifth fastest 1500 meter time in school history, 4:43.86, and place sixth in the field of 32 runners. Freshman Jennifer James was seventh with a time of 4:47.00 in her debut at 1,500-meter distance.
Dwan Horn continued her seasonal improvement in the women’s Steeplechase with a 12:40 effort, good enough for fifth place.
Red shirt Quiana Starr won the long jump covering a distance of 18-6.
The men's team had four individual event winners. Troy Lalaguna, a freshman from Red Bluff HS won the javelin competition with a team leading mark of 186-6 Corning HS graduate Justin May remains undefeated for the season in the high jump. He won the competition with a height of 6-6. Forrest Wells won the pole vault, clearing 15-11. Howdy Atkinson placed second in the shot put with a toss of 53-4, while former Shasta College standout Anton Alves was fourth with a mark of 50-5. Alves came back later to win the discus with an NCAA qualifying 163-1.
Senior Courtney Morris placed fourth overall in the Steeplechase with his second best time this season, 9:50.59.
Red shirt Peter Paplanus won the 800 meters in a time of 1:52.08, and sophomore Steven Springhorn was second at 1:53.14.
Patrick Boivin, fresh off his NCAA-leading 9:01 Steeple performance last week, ran an impressive final lap in the 1,500 meters to finish in third place with a 12-second PR of 3:55.41, just missing the qualifying mark of 3:55.
Tony Martinelli, 4:00.68, and Beau Bettinger, 4:00.78 each recorded PRs for the 1,500 meter distance.
Assistant coach Noah Marcus ran a lifetime best 14:25.51 in the 5,000 meters to win the event, while red shirt Charlie Serrano ran a PR of 14:52, the best ever time for a Chico freshman.
In the 100 meters, red shirt Harwell Lang ran 10.80 and Phil Lucas ran a season-best 11.02. Freshman J.J. Dunbar ran a personal best 49.41 in the 400 meters.
The 4x100 meter relay was won by an unattached group made up of three Chico State athletes and a Chico State coach. Tom Fitzpatrick, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Harwell Lang, and Coach Ivory Veale won the event in a time of 41.32,
Wildcats shine at Stanford and Hornet Invitationals.
(Mar. 30) As is typical this time of year, the Chico State track and field teams split up last weekend heading to different meets. The Wildcat distance runners traveled to Palo Alto on Friday to compete at the Stanford Invitational while Chico’s sprinters, jumpers and throwers stayed closer to home, competing at the Hornet Invitational at Sacramento State.
With conditions perfect for the evening distance races at Stanford, nine out of nine Chico State athletes, who competed in the 3k events or longer, all achieved PRs. Of those nine athletes, two recorded school records, two more achieved top three all-time Chico State marks, and two more would record NCAA provisional qualifying marks.
Highlights from Stanford:
Women’s 10,000m: sophomore Katie Lee completely obliterated the school record by 40 plus seconds in her first effort ever running the event. Her time of 35:34 is the best this year by a Division II runner and will earn her a trip to this year’s NCAA Championships in Edwardsville, IL. She was the top Non-Division I runner, taking 26th place overall in a race that had top runners from BYU, Kansas, Baylor, Washington, Weber State, UCSB and Indiana, to name a few.
Men's 10,000m: Junior Tyler Graff and sophomore Matt Faulkner each posted PRs. Graff finished the 25 laps in a time of 30:24.34, which is the fourth best time in Chico State history. Faulkner finished at 31:22.52 and just missed the NCAA provisional qualifying mark by two seconds.
Men's 1500m: Sophomore Steven Springhorn recorded a solid 3:54, but fell just short of his 3:52 effort set a few weeks previous in San Francisco. Chris Layman posted a seasonal best 3:57 and Blaine Ashley, who took six days off last week due to injuries, struggled a bit in finishing in 4:06.
Women's 1500m: Junior Margaret Pridgen recorded her second best time ever of 4:46 and freshman Kelly Ortlieb ran a respectable 4:59 showing.
Women's Steeplechase: Sophomore Lyndsey Kuehn set a school record the first time she ran this race several weeks ago, only to turn around and break her own record, by 18 seconds, in her second attempt. Kuehn recorded a NCAA qualifying mark of 11:04. Junior Kristi Cangiamilla also ran a PR race, placing 11th overall at 11:32. Just two seconds shy of the NCAA provisional mark.
Men's Steeplechase: Sophomore Pat Boivin ran one of the most incredible finishes to a race any Chico athlete or coach had witnessed. Finding himself in 12th place entering the final 400 meters, a weary Boivin caught fire and began his assault on the runners ahead. With just 200 meters to go he caught the leader, cleared the last water barrier, and went on to win the race in an amazing 9:01.72. Boivin’s time was the third fastest in Chico State history and will send him to the NCAA Championships later this season.
Women's 5,000m: Sophomore Missy Lendl ran a smart race to post a big PR of17:25, a 49 second improvement. The mark is just three seconds shy of the Chico State record, and should qualify for the NCAA Championships.
Men's 5000m: Juan Sanchez and Vernon Ruiz recorded PRs and NCAA provisional marks. Sanchez finished 28th in 14:43, an all-time top ten mark for Chico State, and Ruiz 32nd in 14:47.
Men's 800m: Sophomore Tony Martinelli, defending CCAA champ in the event rolled to a seasonal best 1:52.58. to earn an18th place finish with all heats combined. The time was just under the 1:52.60 Provisional cutoff for NCAA's.
Highlights from Hornet Invitational in Sacramento:
Junior Abbey Butler continued to lower her 100m hurdle time, finishing third in a time of 14.69. She also teamed up with Courtney Sargent, Melanie King, and Erin Loftin in the 4 x 100 relay to run a season best 48.81. That time fourth best in the CCAA this year and ninth on Chico State's all-time list.
King, a senior, placed fourth in the open 400 in a time of 58.63, but didn't improve her season high mark of 57.94 set on March 8.
Junior Allison Kennedy won the discus competition with a season-high toss of 136-11, while Brianne Ferris was fifth in the shot put with a distance of 39-2.
Junior Becky Rankin, who is overcoming a series of back injuries, is clearing heights again in the high jump. She cleared 5-02 and made good attempts at 5-04.
Freshman hurdler Ryana Smith cut over two seconds off her 400 hurdle PR. Her 67.28 moves her from 13th in the CCAA up to eighth, and in the hunt for team points.
Justin May remains undefeated in the high jump clearing 6-09.5. He passed on 6-11 to get some opportunities at that coveted 7-0 barrier. He is currently ranked second in Division II in the event.
Anton Alves is making his way up the national list in the discus. His toss of 168-2 now moves him up to fourth. Alves placed third at last year's national championships.
Peter Francis was third in the triple jump, covering 47-7, two inches shy of his season-best.
Freshman javelin thrower Troy Lalaguna is in third place in the CCAA with a powerful toss of 180-7, which was good enough for seventh place at the Hornet Invite.
Chico State's men's pole vault crew dominated the competition taking the top three spots. Aaron Weiss won with a height of 16-2 and Joel Kriwinski and Forrest Wells cleared 15-7 to tie for second.
Wildcats host CCAA North Opener - March 1
Complete Women's Results
J.J. Dunbar, 2nd, 50.00
Tyler Graff, 1st, 8:32.54
Steve Springhorn, 2nd, 8:33.00
Patrick Boivin, 3rd, 8:36.37
Juan Sanchez, 4th, 8:39.59
Joel Martinez, 5th, 8:45.84
Men's High Jump
Justin May, 1st, 6-08.0
Men's Pole Vault
Joel Kriwinski, 1st, 15-05.0
Forrest Wells, T2nd, 14-11.0
Aaron Weiss, T2nd, 14-11.0
Men's Long Jump
Peter Francis, 1st 21-04.0
Mike Davies, 2nd, 21-02.0
Men's Triple Jump
Peter Francis, 1st, 47-01.5
Men's Shot Put
Howdie Atkinson, 1st, 53-09.75
Anton Alves, 1st, 160-07.0
Troy Lalaguna, 1st, 174-03.0
Melanie King, 2nd, 58.42
Katie Lee, 1st, 10:17.58
Margaret Pridgen, 2nd, 10:22.71
Missy Lendl, 3rd, 10:23.35
Lyndsey Kuehn, 4th, 10:29.26
Brandie Dressel, 1st, 111-08.0
Chico State hosts Multi Competitions
Feb. 27-28 at University Stadium
Decathlon A Results
Decathlon B Results