UVU Records 17 Individual Firsts at the SUU Dual

Maryn Pincock

April 28, 2012

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CEDAR CITY, Utah -- For the last three weeks, UVU's Maryn Pincock had been setting personal bests and school records in the discuss and shot put, and Saturday at the SUU-UVU dual she continues to excel.

Pincock shattered her school record in the discus that she set last week by nearly seven feet with a toss of 164 feet, 1 inch in finishing second, and then she set a new personal record in the shot put with a throw of 44-3.25.

UVU track and field coach Scott Houle said the meet, which lasted just two hours, wasn't scored. It was more for some athletes to get better marks and times to position themselves for possible bids for the regional meet.

Houle said Pincock moved into the top 48 in performances across the nation this year in the discus, and if the regional meet were tomorrow she would be in. But she'll have to wait for a couple more weeks to see if it holds or if she can better marks to move up in the rankings.

In all, the Wolverines posted 17 individual first-place finishes at the SUU Dual.

In the women's mile, Aleina Eisenhauer (5:05.58) and Shelise Walker (5:13.21) went 1-2 in the event, while Cliff Nielson (4:21.18) won the men's mile.

Anna Yeboah (25.43) and Wendy Peterson (25.62) went 1-2 in the women's 200 meters, while Jacob Brydson (22.08) won the men's 200 meters.

Skylar Burningham (49.30) won the men's 400 meters.

Tim Rowberry (1:53.15) held off teammate Taylor Charles (1:58.79) for first place in the men's 800 meters

Krissy Knowles (14.97) and Jessica Lingwall (14.99) went 1-2 in the 100 meter hurdles, while Jordan Nelson (15.00) and Drew Clarke (15.47) went 1-2 in the men's 110 hurdles.

Knowles (1:09.72) added another first place in the 400-meter hurdles, while Summer Richards (1:11.91) was second, while Clarke (55.87) won the men's 400 hurdles.

Aaron Best (141-11) won the men's discus and shot put (50-04.75) and finished second (125-10) in the hammer throw,

Autumn Robertson (5-3) won the women's high jump, and the long jump (17-06).

Lindsey Bryant finished second in the pole vault with a personal-record jump of 10 feet, while Michael Ashton (14-07.25) won the men's pole vault and Stephen Wickhamshire finished third with a personal-record jump of 13-07.25.

Ali Shields, who finished second in the long jump, won the triple jump (34-11.75), and McKell Camp-Nielson (139-10) won the women's javelin.