'Dogs Pile In Personal Records
J'Quyra Moncur-Blue placed fourth in the weight throw and threw an all-time personal best.
J'Quyra Moncur-Blue placed fourth in the weight throw and threw an all-time personal best.

Feb. 24, 2012

NAMPA, Idaho. - The Fresno State women's indoor track and field team stands in third place with 38 points at the Western Athletic Conference Indoor Championships after the second day of competition at the Jacksons Track in Nampa, Idaho.

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Meagan McKee won the weight throw with a toss of 19.10-meters making her an indoor WAC champion and also an all-time personal record for McKee.

"Weight throw continues to be our dominate field," Head Coach Scott Winsorsaid. "The throws are where we have most of our depth."

Caitlin Byrd was third in the weight throw at 18.05-meters and J'Quyra Moncur-Bluewas fourth and also threw an all-time personal record with a toss of 17.86-meters.

Je'Nia Searsafter being seeded 11th going into the meet finished third in the long jump with 5.81-meters.

In the 5000-meter Ann Poythress finished sixth and Kristen Galvezfinished seventh also marking a personal record.

In the distance medley relay the Bulldogs finished third. Saylah Barserian was the first leg running the 1200- meters, followed by Latrisha Jordan as second leg running the 400-meters, as Alyson DeLaRosaran third leg for the 800-meters and Meagan Paracholski finished the team off running the mile.

Senior Shanelle Stephensqualified third in the preliminaries and will move onto the finals tomorrow with another all-time personal record of 7.55 seconds in the 60-meters.

"We had a big day today and have a bigger day tomorrow," Winsor said. "We have something in every event and like I told the ladies tomorrow is just as much a mental check as it is physical one."

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