Day one at the Pac-12 Track and Field Championship was full of preliminary running events and Washington had a number of runners end up qualifying for the finals.
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Not one, not two, but three PRs were set by Connor Jost in the hammer throw at the Ken Shannon Invitational on Friday morning.
The sun was shining and the fans were cheering as the Washington track team battled it out with Washington State, winning both the men’s dual and women’s dual.
The final day in Tucson, Arizona was a good one for a number of Washington track and field athletes.
Day one in Arizona was all about the multi-events, with the men's decathlon and women’s heptathlon getting underway Thursday.
The Washington track and field team is on the road again this week, this time traveling down to Tucson, Arizona, to compete in the Jim Click Shootout.
Julius Diehr and Katie Rainsberger took first in the men’s and women’s steeplechase events at the Stanford Invitational, highlighting the Washington track and field team’s performance Friday evening.
Three Washington runners cracked the top eleven in the women’s 1,500 meter race Friday, with Katie Rainsberger leading the way in fifth place.
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