UW Caps Action At MW Indoor Championships
Feb. 25, 2012
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -
The two most notable performances came from sophomores Erin Kirby and Candace Wollert. Kirby was third in the 400-meter dash, crossing the line with a blazing-fast 54.97 seconds. Kirby's performance earned her All-MW status. Wollert was fifth in the 800, with a school-record time of 2:10.52.
Freshman Shreese Daniels was sixth in the shot put, hitting 46-11; and junior Mollie Dahl was seventh, 46-7 ¼. Freshman Holly Page was 12th in the 3,000-meter run, 10:00.91; while junior Abi Bever was 18th in the 3,000, crossing the line with a time of 10:18.89.
Sophomore Jenna Mann was eighth in the 60-meter hurdles, 8.95; and freshman Samantha Kee was seventh in the 200, 24.65. That was sixth in UW history. Sophomore Emily Moore was 17th in the triple jump, leaping to a mark of 36-3.
The 4-by-400-meter relay was fourth with a time of 3:44.57, good for fourth all-time in UW history.
Junior Jaymes Talkington was ninth in the triple jump, 47-8. Freshman Colin Herold was seventh in the 60-meter hurdles (8.20) and junior Michael Tasker was eighth, 8.31. Sophomore Caleb Her Many Horses was fifth in the 1-mile run, 4:09.65.
Senior Taylor Kelting was fourth in the 3,000-meter run with an altitude-converted time of 8:17.86. That was fifth on UW's all-time list. Sophomore Garrett Zans was 14th in the same race with a time of 8:37.03.
The 4-by-400-meter relay was sixth, 3:22.78.
"Some of our kids did a nice job competing today," Wyoming coach Don Yentes said.