April 15, 2017
TORRANCE, Calif. - The Broncos were dominant in the pole vault at the Mt. SAC Relays on Saturday afternoon as both Camden Stoddard and Allison Jeffries were able to pick up the victories in the men's and women's competitions, respectively. Stoddard's height of 16-6.75 (5.05m) puts him in a tie for No. 3 in the school record book for outdoors.
Allison Jeffries' win came after a lengthy jump off against Ole Miss' Nicole Kallenberger. After both cleared 13-3.50 on their third attempts, neither were able to clear the next height in their proceeding three attempts. Jeffries was the last one standing after an extended back and forth jump off, notching the first victory of her outdoor season.
Stoddard's first-place result also came against an Ole Miss athlete. The Bend, Ore., native was able to clear his winning height one vault before the second-place finisher to secure the victory.
The other headline story of the day was Allie Ostrander's 1,500m debut. The redshirt freshman showed few signs of unfamiliarity with the race and managed to clock a 4:18.19 to make her the third-fastest 1,500m runner in school history.
The men's 4x400m relay team of Cameron Wrout, Bryce Kirby, Fernando Martinez and Dusty Fisher captured the victory with a 3:11.46 - the third-fastest time in the conference this season.
Fisher (47.30) also managed to pick up a third-place finish in the 400m.
Drew Lindsley (164-0 / 49.98m) continued his streak of career-best throws with yet another PR in the discus to take 10th. Courtney Hutchinson (48-2 / 14.68m) was also able to log a top-10 finish with an eighth-place day.
Mt. SAC Relays
1,500m - 10. Allie Ostrander - 4:18.19
Pole Vault - 1. Allison Jeffries - 13-03.50 (4.05m)
Shot Put - 8. Courtney Hutchinson - 48-2 (14.68m)
100m - 21. Bryce Kirby - 10.62
200m - 41. Alexandru Terpezan - 21.69
400m - 3. Dusty Fisher - 47.30 and 41. Cameron Wrout - 51.59
4x400m Relay - 1. Cameron Wrout, Bryce Kirby, Fernando Martinez and Dusty Fisher - 3:11.46
5,000m - 44. Andrew Rafla - 14:33.84
Discus - 10. Drew Lindsley 164-0 (49.98m)
Pole Vault - 1. Camden Stoddard - 16-6.75 (5.05m)
AZUSA, Calif. - The 1,500m was the most busy event of the day for Boise State at the Bryan Clay Invitational, as Clare O'Brien secured the fastest time on the women's side with a 4:27.08. Addison Dehaven carried his momentum from yesterday's 5k into today's 1,500m and posted a 3:50.70 to lead the men.
Shot put also was a busy event for both the men and women. Chris Kiley threw for a career-best 42-1.5 (12.84m) to take 30th, while Paige Inman (36-4.75 / 11.09m) and Baylee Dodd (36-1.25 / 11.00m) finished in 30th and 31st, respectively.
Justin Stattner had the top finish for any Bronco on the day at the Bryan Clay Invitational, tying for 13th after clearing 15-0 (4.57m) in the pole vault.
Taj Dorsett had a phenomenal day in the triple jump, bounding her way to career-best 37-2.25 (11.33m) to tie for 15th.
Emily Stiles was 23rd in the women's javelin with a throw of 109-0 (33.23m) and Jared Budzinski (149-11 / 45.70m) took 26th in his Bronco debut.
Inman (128-9 / 39.24m) also took 25th in the discus.
Boise State will stay in Southern California one more day and compete in the Beach Invitational tomorrow at Long Beach State. A group of Bronco throwers will also be competing back in the Treasure Valley at the Northwest Nazarene Invitational.
Bryan Clay Invitational
1,500m - 49. Clare O'Brien - 4:27.08, 197. Minttu Hukka - 4:48.64, 204. Emma Hyyppa - 4:50.14 and 241. Anna Hartwick - 5:02.94
Discus - 25. Paige Inman - 128-9 (39.24m)
Shot Put - 30. Paige Inman - 36-4.75 (11.09m) and 31. Baylee Dodd - 36-1.25 (11.00m)
Javelin - 23. Emily Stiles - 109-0 (33.23m)
Pole Vault - 42. Amber Mallet - 9-10.75 (3.02m)
Triple Jump - T15. Taj Dorsett - 37-2.25 (11.33m)
1,500m - 89. Addison Dehaven - 3:50.70, 116. Rhys Park - 3:54.30 and 207. Keegan McCormick - 4:03.58
Javelin - 26. Jared Budzinski - 149-11 (45.70m)
Pole Vault - T13. Justin Stattner - 15-0 (4.57m)
Shot Put - 30. Chris Kiley - 42-1.5 (12.84m)