Saturday, February 6, 2010

Cougars set a baker's dozen PR's at Runner's Soul Open Indoor...

MOSCOW, Idaho--A baker's dozen of lifetime-best marks were achieved by Washington State track and field competitors at the Runners Soul Open Indoor meet Saturday in the University of Idaho Kibbie Dome.

Sophomore Morgan Clem (left/photo courtesy Washington State University) from East Wenatchee won the women's 60m dash in a personal-record time of 7.75 seconds after equaling her previous PR time of 7.80 in Friday night's Vandal Indoor meet. Clem also took third place in the 200m dash in a PR time of 25.56.

Freshman Cindy Robinson (Norwalk, Calif.) won the women's 200m dash in a time of 25.12 after finishing third in the 60m dash in a time of 7.89.

Sophomore Brittnay Crabb (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.) won the 400m in a time of 58.22.

Devin Brooks, the former state champion from Seattle's Holy Names Academy who is running unattached after transferring from New Mexico State, led a first-through-third WSU finish in the 60m hurdles. Brooks ran a time of 8.77, followed by Jalisa Williams in a time of 8.89 and Shaquana Logan's time of 8.91.

A pair of Cougar 4x400m relays finished first and second as Jacki Hill, Shawna Fermin, Williams and Logan ran a time of 3:54.07 for first place, and Crabb, Brianne Brown, Caroline Hedel and Robinson finished second in a time of 3:54.77.

The full story can be read here, while results can be accessed here.

NOTE: Washington State University's sports information office contributed to this report.

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