PALO ALTO, Calif. — Senior All-American Amber Henry ran a 9:55.07 steeple chase at the Stanford Invitational hosted by a Stanford University. That time is the fastest time in the West Region and the second-best time in the nation.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Weber State women’s track and field standout Sarah Callister has been selected to represent the United States at the 2012 North American, Central American and Caribbean U-23 Championships, scheduled for July 6-8 in Guanajuato, Mexico.
The NACAC Athletic Association’s U-23 Championships are held every two years in one of the 32 member nations of the North America, Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- As she took her mark in Friday evening's women's 3,000 meter finals at the 2012 NCAA outdoor track and field championships, Weber State's Amber Henry figured nothing could hold her back; not even a broken clavicle, torn meniscus and bruised femur were going to kept her down.
PROVO -- The track and field team from Ogden High knew its distance runners were good, and after Saturday's state track and field championships at BYU's Clarence Robison Stadium, everyone else does too.
"There has been a lot of press on winning state based solely on distance," Ogden coach Don Hall said. "This year we feel especially proud because not only did we win it on distance but we had some good competition."
PROVO -- Senior runner Brad Nye led the Davis charge with a trio of gold medals in the 1,600, 3,200 and 800 meters at BYU's Clarence Robison Stadium as the Darts captured the 2012 state 5-A track and field championship with a team total 124.5 points.
"Event after event our guys just kind of fed off each other and one thing after another went right," Davis coach Corbin Talley said. "And one event at a time is how they took it, and eventually won the meet."
BOZEMAN, Mont. -- It was a surprising finish for the Weber State men's outdoor track and field team, and a heartbreaking one for the Wildcat women Saturday at the 2012 Big Sky Conference outdoor track and field championships in Bozeman, Mont.
HYRUM -- Bringing home the Region 5 track and field titles will be a tall task, but the southern schools in the league will give it a shot.
Box Elder, Roy and Bonneville made their mark on the first day of acion at the region meet at Mountain Crest High, with the Bees leading the girls standings and sitting one point behind Sky View in the boys standings.