Track and Field Back to Competition at SF State Distance Carnival

Bronco men's runners practice at nearby Bellarmine College Prep.
Bronco men's runners practice at nearby Bellarmine College Prep.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Santa Clara track and field returns to the track after a stretch of nearly three weeks between competitions this week at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival. The Broncos are slated to run in six competitions across four distances Friday and will round out their spring break meet with 800m events on Saturday at Cox Stadium.

"This meet marks the unofficial beginning to our spring campaign," head coach Felipe Montoro said. "The meets leading up to this point have prepared us for the most competitive portion of the outdoor season."


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Men's 10000m: Andrew Melendez, Noah Westfall 

Women's 1500m: Hannah Wood, Emma Eikelberner, Bevin McCullough, Julia Green, Christine Cremer, Alanna McCauley

Men's 1500m: Jean-Baptiste Tooley, Jeffrey Stalun, Brynn Sargent, Brennan Lagerstrom, Fernando Gonzalez

Men's 3000m Steeplechase: Ben Davidson, Christian Raslowsky

Women's 5000m: Heather LaPlante, Julia Wood, Kaitlyn Kuehn, Jamie Ferris, Marisa Rudolph, Carolina Avelar, Allison Martinez

Men's 5000m: Joey Berriatua, Jack Davidson, Ryan Greenough, Evan Misuraca, Aaron Brumbaugh, Will Burschinger, Ross Corey, Austin Blankenship, Ben Williams, John O'Hagan


Women's 800m: Hannah Wood, Greer Chrisman, Alanna McCauley, Emma Eikelberner, Bevin McCullough, Khiely Jackson, Julia Green, Ciara Del Rosario

Men's 800m: Brennan Lagerstrom, Jean-Baptiste Tooley, Brynn Sargent, Jeffrey Stalun, Christian Raslowsky, Fernando Gonzalez

"The competition will be stellar and the weather looks great, so we need to be sure and take advantage of this opportunity," Montoro said. "The team is rested and ready to race. I am looking forward to seeing how we compete."


Three Broncos notched a top-five finish in their respective sections at Bill Henry Track as part of the Oxy Distance Carnival Spring Break Classic in Los Angeles.

Greer Chrisman took second place in a heat of 12 as part of her season debut at 800m. Jeffrey Stalun also had a second place finish in his section at 1500m. The senior crossed the finish line in 3:56.39 — just north of half a second behind Loyola Marymount's Branden Estrada. Jean-Baptiste Tooley came within 0:01.26 of his personal best 1500m mark with a 3:55.70 in his first crack at middle distance this season.


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