SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Santa Clara track & field is set for the first of five straight weekends with a meet to close out the regular season. The Broncos have 32 entries in Saturday's East Bay Invitational at Chabot College in Hayward, California.
The men's and women's teams will compete primarily at shorter distances, with most runners slotted in for 800-meter and 1,500-meter events.
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|EAST BAY INVITATIONAL
||Meet Info | Live Results|
WOMEN'S 1,500-METER RUN @ 10:20 AM
Section 2: Carolina Avelar, Kayla Neumann, Hope Olbricht, Cecilia Avelar, Kaitlyn Twadell
Section 3: Lucie Semone, Marisa Sanchez, Emma Eikelberner, Claire Cocales, Julia Green, Kalen Abe
Section 4: Emma McCurry, Noelani Obermeyer, Ellie Kopf
Section 5: Janie Nabholz, Hannah Covington, Bevin McCullough, Sarah King
MEN'S 1,500-METER RUN @ 10:50 AM
WOMEN'S 800-METER RUN @ 11:55 AM
MEN'S 800-METER RUN @ 12:10 PM
MEN'S 3,000-METER STEEPLECHASE @ 1:35 PM
LAST TIME OUT
Santa Clara set a pair of program records on Friday, March 29 in the middle of a three-day stretch of competition at two meets. Zach Litoff became the second Bronco to break the nine-minute mark in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with an 8:47.39 at the Stanford Invitational and Jack Davidson crossed the 5,000-meter finish line in 14:04.47 at the Mike Fanelli Track Classic.
Each Bronco bested records set by Joey Berriatua last season. Litoff took 15th place in the field of 45 runners with a time that ranks 13th in the NCAA and 11th in the west region. Davidson captured fifth place in the field of 227 runners with a time that ranks 37th in the NCAA and 18th in the west region.
Evan Misuraca won his 5,000-meter section by more than four seconds on Friday at Mike Fanelli with a 14:59.26.
Titilola Bolarinwa (2:19.10) and Bevin McCullough (2:21.81) won their 800-meter sections on Saturday morning at Mike Fanelli. The Bronco men placed three runners in the top 18 of an 800-meter field that featured 132 competitors: Brennan Lagerstrom (12th – 1:53.77), Christian Raslowsky (15th – 1:54.35) and Spencer Fischer (18th – 1:54.49).
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