Stibley breaks UW pole vault record
FORT COLLINS, Colo., -- The University of Wyoming Track & Field teams competed at the Doug Max Invitational hosted by Colorado State at the Jack Christiansen Track on Saturday.
For the third week in a row the Cowboys and Cowgirls were competing in the Brown and Gold. Freshman Kayla Stibley set the top mark in program history with a clearance of 12-3.50 in the Pole Vault. Sadie McMullen continued to climb the top-10 list in the Long Jump. McMullen went 20-6.25 and now sits in third on the list, while teammate Shayla Howell’s mark of 19-11.75 is good for fifth all-time.
“For the third week in a row we had an impressive meet with more all-time top-10 performances and numerous personal bests.” said UW head coach Bryan Berryhill. “Kayla Stibley breaking the school record in the pole vault and Sadie McMullen moving up to No. 3 all-time in the long jump were two of many highlights on the day. I’m very impressed with what these two teams have been able to accomplish through three competitions. Moving forward we need to stay focused and continue working hard, so that we can be at our best during the Championship portion of our schedule."
In one of the final events of the day, Aumni Ashby went 40-8.75 in the Triple Jump, moving the Cowgirl up to 3rd all-time on the top-10 list.
On the Cowboy side of things, Colton Paller won the Discus for the third week in a row. Paller threw 187-6 to set a PR and stay 8th all-time on the UW top-10 list. Kirk Unland keeps on dominating the Hammer, picking up another first-place finish, while Hap Frketich took second with a throw of 193-11.
A one-two-three finish for the Cowboys in the Long Jump as William Nolan took the first spot with a mark of 24-2.5. Hunter Brown at 23-9 and Kareem Mersal at 23-8 were right behind Nolan.
Wyatt Moore took first place in the 100M Dash with a time of 10.80 to wrap up the top-spot finishes for the Cowboys. Jasmyne Cooper roared back in the 800M to win the event with an altitude-adjusted time of 2:09.41.
Jefferson Danso went 47-9.25 for a second-place finish in the Triple Jump, Samuel Schneider 6-6 in the High Jump for third and Addison Henry 46-11.5 in the Shot Put for some notable finishes.
Hammer: 1. Kirk Unland 202-11, 2. Hap Frketich 193-11
100M: 1. Wyatt Moore 10.80, 5. Tyler Dahl 11.59
Discuss: 1. Colton Paller 187-06 (PR, No. 8 UW All-Time), 5. Mikey DeRock 154-00, 6. Nathan Reid 153-11
Long Jump: 1. William Nolan 24-02.50, 2. Hunter Brown 23-09.00, 3. Kareem Mersal 23-08.00
Triple Jump: 2. Jefferson Danso 47-09.25, 5. Reece Shannon 45-06.50
High Jump: 3. Samuel Schneider 6-06.00, 5. Sage Coventry 6-06.00
Shot Put: 4. Colton Paller 51-02.25, 6. Mikey DeRock 49-02.50, 7. Nathan Reid 46-01.50, 9. Daniel Carrillo 45-00.25
Pole Vault: 5. Bryson Engebretsen 14-00.00
400M: 6. Brandon McGuire 50.07, 7. McCade Johnson 50.82
110M Hurdles: 6. Bryson Engebretsen 15.85, 8. Sage Coventry 16.22
200M: 6. Wyatt Moore 22.37, 8. Tyler Dahl 23.34
Triple Jump: 1. Aumni Ashby 40-08.75 (No. 3 UW All-Time)
Long Jump: 1. Sadie McMullen 20-06.25 (No. 3 UW All-Time), 2. Shayla Howell 19-11.75 (No. 5 UW All-Time)
800M: 1. Jasmyne Cooper 2:09.41, 4. Julia Kay O’Neil 2:17.15, 7. Maddy Killian 3:11.34, 8. Christie Wildcat 3:26.64
Shot Put: 3. Addison Henry 46-11.50, 5. Mateya Mobley 42-00.75, 7. Cosette Stellern 40-11.50, 8. Mary Carbee 40-04.00, 9. Jordan Christensen 40-00.75
Hammer: 4. Mary Carbee 185-08, 5. Addison Henry 177-09, 8. Mateya Mobley 140-04
Pole Vault: 4. Kayla Stibley 12-03.50 (No. 1 UW All-TIme), 6. Aubry Sanchez 10-10.00
200M: 4. Peri Hennigar 27.11, 6. Sabrina Shoopman 29.31
Discuss: 5. Cosette Stellern 149-09
High Jump: 5. Anissa Warner 5-03.25
100M: 5. Camille Foster 12.17, 9. Peri Hennigar 12.88
1500M: 9. Piper Morris 5:12.06
400M: 10. Jenae Ramirez 59.20, 11. Kiona Gibbs 59.41, 12. Marie Doherty 1:01.00
Wyoming is back in action next week at the CU Invitational in Boulder, Colo. on Friday and Saturday, April 9th and 10th.