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Cal Poly Track & Field Competes at Bryan Clay Invitational at Azusa

Cal Poly Track & Field Competes at Bryan Clay Invitational at Azusa

Led by 27 Mustangs holding top-eight Big West rankings, the Cal Poly Track & Field program aims to add to its list of conference championship qualifiers this week at the 13th annual Bryan Clay Invitational hosted by Azusa Pacific.

Thursday's schedule of events spans from 3 to 11 p.m. overall at Cougar Athletic Stadium on APU's East Campus, before 9 a.m. through 10:30 p.m. Friday night.

Meet Schedule

Live Results

Meet Entries • M / W
 
Heat assignments for the 1,500m, 3,000m steeplechase, 5k and field events (*Events 800m and shorter will be live-seeded, so heats will be finalized 20 minutes prior to respective start times.)

Tickets — sold on-site the day-of (cash-only) — are $7 ($5 for students with ID, seniors 65+ and military). FloTrack will also televise the meet online for members, with subscriptions to broadcasts at $12.49 per month.

Fan parking is available April 18-19 next to the track. If Lot A fills up, there are two options for overflow parking: free at West Campus Lot H (approximately a half-mile walk to the stadium) or $5 per vehicle in any student lots at Citrus College campus. 

A total of 36 Mustang student-athletes currently possess Top-10 rankings throughout the conference for their respective events:

Big West Leaderboard

# 1
Miranda Daschian • Women's 1,500 Meters (4:25.01 — No. 30 in NCAA Championship First Round qualifying / No. 91 in national rankings)
Brooke Tjerrild • Women's Pole Vault (13' 3.75" — No. 29 in NCAA Championship First Round qualifying / No. 44 in national rankings)

# 2
Alex Merder • Men's 1,500 Meters (3:51.08)
Bikram Thiara • Men's 400m Hurdles (52.47 — No. 29 in NCAA First Round qualifying / No. 57 in national rankings)

# 3
Emily Hallett • Women's Hammer Throw (191' 11" — No. 31 in NCAA First Round qualifying / No. 77 in national rankings)

# 4
Katie Izzo • Women's 1,500 Meters (4:27.09 — No. 47 in NCAA First Round qualifying)
Elias Opsahl • Men's 1,500 Meters (3:52.70)
Abibat Rahman-Davies • Women's Triple Jump (40' 2" — No. 48 in NCAA First Round qualifying)
Jake Ritter • Men's 5,000 Meters (14:35.09)
Enzo Sison • Men's Pole Vault (15' 9")
Bailey Thayer • Men's Javelin (189' 7")
Kevin Ward • Men's Pole Vault (15' 9")

# 5
Delaney Fitzsimmons • Women's 3,000m Steeplechase (11:00.13)
Bailey Jones • Men's Triple Jump (48' 4.75")
Allison Scranton • Women's Discus (151' 1")
Will Smith • Men's Discus (170' 11" — No. 90 in national rankings)

# 6
Megan Mooney • Women's Javelin (140' 8")
Justin Robison • Men's 1,500 Meters (3:53.04)

# 7
Anthony Benitez • Men's 1,500 Meters (3:54.02)
Abbey Fisk • Women's 5,000 Meters (17:33.83)
Adam Gockel • Men's Javelin (181' 0")
Matt Hunt • Men's Pole Vault (15' 3")
Justin Robison • Men's 5,000 Meters (14:42.64)
Christian Valles • Men's Pole Vault (15' 3")

# 8
Nick Betchart • Men's Shot Put (51' 10.5")
Ryan Gonter • Men's Javelin (176' 2")
Sydney Jacques • Women's Pole Vault (12' 0")

# 9
Sierra Brill • Women's 1,500 Meters (4:34.14)
Dana Kumamoto • Women's Pole Vault (11' 11.75")
Kayla Myers • Women's Pole Vault (11' 11.75")
Mikaela Romanini • Women's 800 Meters (2:13.89)
Molly Ross • Women's 100m Hurdles (14.41)

# 10
Will Fallini-Haas • Men's 5,000 Meters (14:52.60)
Hayden Hansen • Men's 3,000m Steeplechase (9:44.56)
Melodie Leroudier • Women's 1,500 Meters (4:34.53)
Allison Scranton • Women's Shot Put (41' 7")

Conference Leaderboards: M / W

NCAA-West Leaderboards: M / W

Mustang Season-Bests & PRs: M / W — 2019 Results: M / W

All-Time Cal Poly Top 10: M / W

2019 Big West Championship Qualifying Standards