Brooke LoBue set a new school record in the pole vault this weekend.
April 6, 2003
FRESNO, Calif. - The Utah outdoor track and field team finished competition for the Bob Mathias Fresno Relays on Saturday, April 5. The Utes had another successful weekend with a two regional qualifying marks and a new school record set in Fresno.
Leading the way for the women at the Fresno Relays were Aubry Startin, Kristy Slade, Brooke LoBue and Amber DeVries. LoBue improved her regional qualifying mark and set a new school record in the pole vault with a height of 3.95 meters. Startin had a great meet finishing first in the high jump with a height of 1.70 meters. Startin's performance was a new personal record and a regional qualifying mark. Slade finished third in the long jump with a distance of 5.68 meters, and DeVries finished fourth in the javelin with a distance of 36.31 meters.
"We are really happy with Aubry and Brooke's performances," stated Head Coach Lisa Archer. "Our regional team keeps growing and getting stronger as the season continues."
Women's Results 100-Meter Hurdles 7. Jennifer Jackman (15.19) 100-Meter Dash 10. Jen Berry (13.20) 400-Meter Hurdles 5. Jen Jackman (1:03.67) 400-Meter Dash 13. Meagan Anderson (1:05.49) Pole Vault (Open) 5. Trisha Wagner (J3.35m) Mixed Pole Vault (NAPVA) 9. Brooke LoBue (3.95m) High Jump 1. Aubry Startin (1.70m) Long Jump 3. Kristy Slade (5.68m) Javelin Throw 4. Amber DeVries (36.31m) Discus Throw 6. Amber DeVries (41.27m) 8. Becky Riddle (38.67m) Hammer Throw 7. Amber DeVries (43.76m) 11. Becky Riddle (40.90m) Shot Put 8. Amber DeVries (11.26m) 9. Becky Riddle (11.20m) 11. Kristy Slade (10.50m)