Highlights In Sprints, Distances And Jumps In First Outdoor Meet of 2017

March 18, 2017

Hornet Invitational Results

Sacramento, Calif. --- The San José State women’s track & field team saw success in sprints, distances and jumps in the first meet of the 2017 outdoor season at the Hornet Invitational.
 
Caitlin Wilson was victorious in the 200-meter dash, Jeanette Zambrano shattered a school record and was runner-up in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and Cambree Harbaugh recorded a pair of top-five results in the long jump and triple jump.
 
Wilson, a junior from Tallahassee, Fla., clocked a 24.53 to beat out California’s Zion Corrales-Nelson for the win. The SJSU school record holder in the 200 beat out a deep field of 77 sprinters for the win on Saturday.
 
“Caitlin executed a beautiful race into less than favorable wind and couldn’t ask for a much better performance,” said sprints coach Kelley Watson.
 
Zambrano finished the steeplechase in a school-record 10:49.90. She beat the previous school record of 11:03.44 set by Lalida Maokhamphiou last season.
 
“She easily broke the record and has a lot left,” distance coach Brad Wick said. "This was a rust-buster for her and I think she is going to take off big time.”
 
San José State had a pair of top-five finishes in the long jump with Harbaugh in second and Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw in fourth. Harbaugh jumped 5.72 meters, falling just short of Chico State’s Brooke Whitburn with a winning jump of 5.84 meters. Johnson-Upshaw jumped 5.68 meters.
 
Later in the evening Harbaugh finished fifth out of 19 in the triple jump with a distance of 11.88 meters.
 
It was a full day for the Spartans who had seven freshmen get their first outdoor experience at the collegiate level. Among them was distance runner Jennifer Sandoval, who clocked a 4:36.64 in the 1500 for a 10th place finish among a field of 71.
 
The Fresno State Twilight Classic is up next for San José State on Tuesday evening, March 21.
 
EVENT RESULTS (Top-3 & SJSU)
 
100 Meters
  1. Jackie Patterson, California, 11.96; 2. Amari Jones, Sacramento State, 12.03; 3. Tyra Abraham, Claremont-Mudd, 12.06; 35. Breya Carter, San José State, 12.77.
 
200 Meters
  1. Caitlin Wilson, San José State, 24.53; 2. Zion Corrales-Nelson, California, 24.61; 3. Jasmine Grace, Academy of Art, 24.80; 43. Aliyah Muhammad, San José State, 26.81; 52. Breya Carter, San José State, 27.38
 
400 Meters
  1. Timarya Baynard, San Francisco State, 55.25; 2. Joy Weems, Sacramento State, 55.50; 3. Aja Erskine, Chico State, 55.53; 41. Aliyah Muhammad, San José State, 1:01.90.
 
800 Meters
  1. Dominique Jackson, Oiselle, 2:05.51; 2. Alisha Brown, Oiselle, 2:09.02; 3. Jordyn Colter, California, 2:09.43; 53. Elda Aguilar, San José State, 2:32.43; 65. Morgan Bailey, San José State, 2:45.43.
 
1500 Meters
  1. Elena Burkard, San Francisco, 4:22.83; 2. Alisha Brown, Oiselle, 4:25.43; 3. Pyzik Weronika, San Francisco, 4:28.51; 10. Jennifer Sandoval, San José State, 4:36.64; 15. Adilene Aldapa, 4:38.56; 53. Jessica Stacey, San José State, 5:19.09.
 
4x100 Meter Relay
  1. California A, 46.05; 2. San Francisco State A, 46.12; 3. Sacramento State A, 47.32; 4. San José State B (Breya Carter, Diamond Tabron, Jayla Williams, Sahla Cook), 47.33.
 
100-Meter Hurdles
  1. Mofi Olusola, Nevada, 13.86; 2. Jurnee Woodward, Unattached, 14.02; 3. Tawnie Moore, Weber State, 14.13; 16. Diamond Tabron, San José State, 15.22; 21. Jayla Williams, San José State, 15.75.
 
400-Meter Hurdles
  1. Alyssabeth DeJerez, Humboldt State, 58.84; 2. Carly Schulz, Sacramento State, 59.86; 3. Franziska Kindt, Nevada, 1:01.97; 22. Jayla Williams, San José State, 1:09.13; 25. Diamond Tabron, San José State, 1:09.83.
 
3000 Steeplechase
  1. Alex Burkhart, Chico State, 10:23.05; 2. Jeanette Zambrano, San José State, 10:49.90; 3. Maddie Cannon, Weber State, 10:49.99; 10. Ashley Cahalan, San José State, 11:57.33; 13. Camila Hanson, San José State, 12:24.14.
 
Discus Throw
  1. Valarie Allman, Unattached, 61.65m; 2. Summer Pierson, Unattached, 56.31m; 3. Kendall Mader, California, 47.97m; 58. Laiseni Mataele, San José State, 25.13m.
 
Long Jump
  1. Brooke Whitburn, Chico State, 5.84m; 2. Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 5.72m; 3. Kadeisha Hield, Nevada, 5.68m; 4. Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw, San José State, 5.68m; 8. Destiny Longmire, San José State, 5.52m.
 
Triple Jump
  1. Ashley Anderson, California, 12.33m; 2. Brittany Graves, Nevada, 12.31m; 3. Nirie Boglino, Sacramento State, 12.12m; 5. Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 11.88m.