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All news /  2014-05-14 11:10:53 / 

Jackie Joyner

Date / 2014-05-14 11:10:53

The field and track UCLA team ran past TCU and BYU at the Jackie Joyner/Rafer Johnson -Kersee Invitational, at Drake Stadium on Saturday. The Bruin men gained wins over the Horned Frogs, 85 to 55 as well as the Cougars, 95 to 66, even as the women losing TCU, 115 to 32 and 112-46, BYU.

The get together had frequent highlights but Kylie Price All-American holds the load because she triumphs four occasions on Saturday. Price released the meet with a triumph in the long run, exceeding the 21-foot mark for very first time on the outside game season with a spot of 21 to 1.25. After that she ran the next leg of the relay 4x100m which won with 45.00 times.

In races, Price parched the immediately with the 11.56 in the race of 100m and clogged out their day with the time of 23.90 in the race of 200m. Even on the side of women, Meghan Marvin, in their first steeple race of career etched their name as 10th in the record books of UCLA with the 10:57:90 winning time. Shifting up from 10th to 9th all-time position at UCLA was Jaycee Olsen in the game of hammer throw at the time she let loose a private best mark of 166 to 7.

In the hurdles of 100m, the Bruins took one to two at the time Trinity Wilson sustained their strong mechanism with 13:45 time, just in front of 2nd place Brea Buchanan’s 13.46 times.

In the game of high jump, Even UCLA took one to two, as Zibby Boyer get success in the particular event with an individual best consent of 5-9.75. Boyer gained the success on misses as Caroline Gyllenbern even completely cleared the stage of 5-9.75.

In the vault pole the Bruins completed one to two with Mike Woepse getting top honors with consent of 17-4.50.