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OREM, UTAH – After a long but successful season for Seattle U track and field that featured two new school records and an astonishing 71 personal records, the team finally heads to Utah Valley to compete in the Western Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships from May 9-11. The first events begin at 10:00 a.m. PT on Thursday morning.

“We are very excited for this group to compete at Utah Valley,” said Head Coach Kelly Sullivan. “The accumulation of nine months of training, competing and plain hard work all goes toward this single championship meet. I truly appreciate what our staff has done to prepare the team.”

Seattle U’s men are ranked 31st in the West Region, joining fellow WAC members Grand Canyon (no. 15), CSU Bakersfield (no. 19) and Cal Baptist (no. 32). Meanwhile, Utah Valley ranks seventh in the Mountain Region, Kansas City (no. 25) and Chicago State (no. 26) cracked the list in the Midwest Region, and UT Rio Grande Valley comes in at 32nd in the South Central Region. The WAC pre-championship poll gives Grand Canyon and Utah Valley an equal chance to win the conference title this weekend.

The Redhawk women claim sole possession of the 36th spot in the West Region, and are joined by Grand Canyon (no. 22), Cal Baptist (no. 30) and CSU Bakersfield (no. 33). UT Rio Grande Valley ranks 12th in the South Central Region, while New Mexico State and Utah Valley are ranked 12th and 20th, respectively, in the Mountain Region. Kansas City (no. 27) and Chicago State (no. 36) represent the WAC in the Midwest Region. The conference poll names Grand Canyon as the predicted winner of this week’s WAC Championships.

Live streaming will be available through the WAC’s Facebook page. ESPN+ broadcasts will begin at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday and 2:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Live results will be available through the WAC tournament central web page.

The Seattle U competitors for the WAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships are as follows:



2019 Outdoor Season


Women’s outdoor 4x100 relay: junior Michelle Newblom/sophomore Michaela Moore/freshman Regie Grady/senior Caylah Lunning (47.75)

Women’s outdoor long jump: senior Caylah Lunning (5.76m)



Senior Alexandro Carrasco

  • 200m dash: 23.22
  • 400m dash: 52.48

Senior Cal Davidson-Turner

  • 10k run: 31:04.98

Senior Jacques Hebert

  • 800m run: 1:56.35

Senior Ben Monk

  • 1500m run: 3:59.70

Senior Evan Talan

  • 1500m run: 4:02.29

Junior Steve Brown

  • 400m hurdles: 56.75

Junior Kailan Claiborne

  • 200m dash: 23.66

Junior Jarod De Guzman

  • 400m dash: 50.61

Junior Sam Golden

  • Javelin throw: 43.17m

Junior Aidan Smith

  • Long jump: 5.70m

Sophomore Kyle Kennedy

  • 5k run: 15:25.20
  • 3k steeplechase: 10:08.30

Sophomore Nathan Pixler

  • 1500m run: 3:56.13

Freshman Stephen Crocker

  • 1500m run: 4:13.87
  • 5k run: 16:07.47
  • 3k steeplechase: 10:03.70

Freshman Epheson Giday

  • 1500m run: 4:16.50
  • 3k run: 9:24.65

Freshman Zach Gonzalez

  • 200m dash: 23.58
  • 400m dash: 50.39

Freshman Stewart Keene

  • 800m run: 1:53.56

Freshman Lucas Milne

  • 400m hurdles: 56.60

Freshman Isaiah Payne

  • 100m dash: 10.72
  • 200m dash: 21.67

Freshman Ansel Pendley-Griffin

  • 1500m run: 3:56.29
  • 3k steeplechase: 9:49.60

Freshman William Sun

  • 400m hurdles: 56.86

Freshman Brant Yamamoto

  • 100m dash: 11.43
  • 200m dash: 23.47


Junior Thea Foulk

  • 1500m run: 4:55.37

Junior Shannan Higgins

  • 3k steeplechase: 11:58.10

Junior Laurel Mack-Wilson

  • 100m dash: 12.86

Junior Michelle Newblom

  • 100m hurdles: 14.34
  • 400m hurdles: 1:10.74

Junior Emily O’Hara

  • 800m run: 2:25.55
  • 1500m run: 4:52.55

Junior Siobhan Rubio

  • 800m run: 2:12.12

Junior Renee Soliman

  • 100m dash: 12.99

Sophomore Megan Delorey

  • 1500m run: 4:59.79

Sophomore Jamie Hegg

  • Javelin throw: 34.03m

Sophomore Rachel Kastama

  • 3k run: 10:35.22
  • 5k run: 17:53.46

Sophomore Michaela Moore

  • 100m dash: 12.23
  • 200m dash: 25.93

Sophomore Elle Stein

  • 5k run: 18:13.40
  • 10k run: 37.29.61

Freshman Marie-Therese Chahrouri

  • 1500m run: 4:47.35

Freshman Rowan Cuadrado

  • High jump: 1.40m

Freshman Chloe Deleissegues

  • 200m dash: 26.88

Freshman Courtney Gelmini

  • 3k run: 11:05.39
  • 5k run: 18:25.66

Freshman Nicole Golba

  • 400m hurdles: 1:05.86

Freshman Regie Grady

  • 200m dash: 26.42
  • 400m dash: 58.26

Freshman Sylvia Hendrix

  • Hammer throw: 32.85m
  • Shot put: 10.52m

Freshman Alex Howerton

  • 400m hurdles: 1:10.41

Freshman Fiona O’Leary

  • 1500m run: 4:53.43

Freshman Adahra Poasa

  • 800m run: 2:33.96

Freshman Ellie Postma

  • 800m run: 2:14.75

Freshman Abby Smith

  • 1500m run: 5:17.19

Freshman Tallia Sova

  • Discus throw: 34.45m
  • Hammer throw: 25.86m
  • Javelin throw: 34.75
  • Shot put: 11.59m

Freshman Jami Tresselt

  • Discus throw: 33.53m
  • Hammer throw: 37.58m

Freshman Rachel Van Liew

  • High jump: 1.55m

Freshman Nicole Whittern

  • Javelin throw: 38.88m