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Sunday, December 7, 2014

Conley paces Kansas track

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Junior Sydney Conley won two of Kansas University’s 17 event titles at the Bob Timmons Track and Field Challenge on Saturday at Anschutz Pavilion.

Conley won the 60-meter dash in 7.54 seconds and the long jump in 5.84 meters (19 feet, 2 inches).

Kansas’ other event winners: Adrianna Newell, women’s 600, 1:25.27; Sarah Kelly, mile, 5:05.85; Lindsay Vollmer, 60 hurdles, 8.43; Grace Pickell, high jump, 1.75 meters (5-8 3⁄4); Alexis Romero, pole vault, 3.80 meters (12-5 1⁄2); Anastasiya Muchkayev, shot put, 15.79 meters (51-9 3⁄4); Daina Levy, weight throw, 18.89 meters, 61-11 3⁄4); Teddy Oteba, men’s 600, 1:13.78; Michael Stigler, 800, 1:58.90; Anthonio Humphrey, 1,000, 2:35.31; Adel Yoonis, 3,000, 8:56.36; Austin Hoag, high jump, 2.06 meters (6-9); Casey Bowen, pole vault, 5.31 meters (17-5); Mitch Cooper, weight throw, 16.04 meters (52-7 1⁄2); and the 4X400 meter relay team of Drew Matthews, Oteba, Stigler and Kenneth McCuin, 3:16.56.

KU’s next meet will be the Bill Easton Classic, Jan. 9 in Anschutz

Comments

Titus Canby 7 years, 8 months ago

Any idea what other schools were in the meet?

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