'Dogs Dual Up Against The Mustangs
    Brennen Davis and the Bulldogs take on Cal Poly this weekend in San Luis Obispo.
    Brennen Davis and the Bulldogs take on Cal Poly this weekend in San Luis Obispo.

    March 6, 2012

    By Brienne Doan
    bdoan@csufresno.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

    FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State men's and women's track and field team heads to San Luis Obispo to compete in a dual meet versus Cal Poly on Saturday. The dual meet begins at 11 a.m.

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    The Bulldogs competed against Cal Poly in a dual meet last year on Fresno State turf at Warmerdam Field. The women inched past Cal Poly with a final score of 100-97 with a strong performance by the throwers. The men's team unfortunately lost a close battle as Cal Poly took the victory 104-90.

    Cal-Quad Recap A number of Bulldogs placed first and posted some new personal records in Berkeley last Saturday in Edwards Stadium. Cameron Parker placed first in the 100-meter dash finishing in a time of 10.79 seconds while Devin Harrison placed first in the 200-meter dash finishing in 21.63 seconds. The men's team completed the meet running the 4x400-meter relay. The team placed first blasting through the finish line at 3:20.69. Jordan Walker was the lead leg followed by, Devin Harrison, Brennen Davis, and Emmanuel Jackson as the anchor. Christina Cabias and Derek Oliver both competed in the javelin and both set huge personal records. Cabias threw for 44.42-meters and Oliver heaved 57.63-meters.

    2011 WAC Outdoor Championships Both the men's and women's team finished fourth in the Outdoor WAC Championships last year. J'Quyra Mocur-Blue was awarded Outstanding Field Performer voted upon by the coaches last year and the meet. The meet was held at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex on the campus of University of Hawai'i.

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