Spartans Win The CenCal Twilight Meet

The Spartans' 4x100 relay team took first place at the CenCal Twilight.
March 22, 2016

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Fresno, Calif. --- On a windy evening at the CenCal Twilight, the San José State women's track and field team registered victories in the 100-hurdles, 1500 and 4x100-meter relay.
 
Makayla Webb, who was announced as the Mountain West track athlete of the week earlier on Tuesday, turned in a wind-aided 13.81 to take first place in the event. Because of the wind ratings, the time will not go down as a school record, although Webb's time is ahead of the school's best, 13.94, which she ran at last year's conference championship.
 
Lalida Maokhamphiou and Ashley Cahalan took over the lead together at the beginning of the final lap in the 1500, and never looked back. Maokhamphiou pulled away to record a victory in the event with her best time as a Spartan, 4:59.51. Cahalan followed behind to take second place.
 
"We had another solid meet today despite the windy conditions," said San José State head coach Jeff Petersmeyer. "There were several notable performances today, especially Makayla and Lalida. Cambree was also solid in the long jump for us."
 
Cambree Harbaugh registered a season-best 5.86 meters in the long jump and finished in second place.
 
The final event of the meet resulted in SJSU's third victory for the evening. The 4x100 relay team made up in order by Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw, Caitlin Wilson, Webb and Maija Pinkins, took first place with a time of 47.60.
 
"Our relay team also opened up today," Petersmeyer added. "The group looked promising, and we're ready to get back out and compete at the Stanford Invitational."
 
The Spartans compete next in the Stanford Invitational, held April 1-2.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
 
200 Meters
1. Njeri Omawahleh, Fresno State, 24.02; 2. Daijah Joe-Smith, Cal Poly, 24.64; 3. Nailah Harris-Murillo, Fresno State, 24.65; 4. Caitlin Wilson, San José State, 24.72; 5. Maija Pinkins, San José State, 25.03.
 
100-Meter Hurdles
1. Makayla Webb, San José State, 13.84w; 2. Kyra Johnson, Fresno State, 14.45w; 3. Ciara Levy, Cal Poly, 14.54w; 4. Kyndol Craver, Fresno State, 15.09w; 5. Tricia Cervantes, CSU Bakersfield, 15.34w; 6. Leah Lambert, San José State, 15.57w; 7. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 15.58w.
 
800 Meters
1. Erika Veidis, Cal Poly, 2:13.75; 2. Dezirae Johnson, Fresno State, 2:14.42; 3. Allie Sulaitis, Cal Poly, 2:15.01; 4. Meagan Paracholski, Fresno State, 2:16.03; Mallory Patino, Fresno State, 2:21.28; 6. Elda Aguilar, San José State, 2:29.16.
 
400-Meter Hurdles
1. Kyra Johnson, Fresno State, 1:04.94; 2. Pamela Emanuel, San José State, 1:10.74.
 
1500 Meters
1. Lalida Maokhamphiou, San José State, 4:59.51; 2. Ashley Cahalan, San José State, 5:02.93; 3. Jennifer Viramontes, Fresno State, 5:09.90; 4. Annemarie Schwanz, Fresno State, 5:09.99; 5. Taylor Samson, Fresno State, 5:19.23.
 
4x100 Meter Relay
1. San José State A (Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw, Caitlin Wilson, Makayla Webb, Maija Pinkins), 47.60; 2. Cal Poly A, 48.34; 3. Fresno State A, 49.40; 4. Cal Poly B, 50.10.
 
Javelin Throw
1. Vanja Spaic, Fresno State, 44.46m; 2. Madison Bundy, CSU Bakersfield, 41.22m; 3. Megan Mooney, Cal Poly, 41.19; 4. Tricia Cervantes, CSU Bakersfield, 33.34m; 5. Jessica Escalante, Cal Poly, 32.84; 7. Allison Lang, San José State, 30.23m; 9. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 23.85m.
 
Long Jump
1. Je'Nia Sears, Fresno State, 6.22m (w); 2. Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 5.86m (w); 3. Leah Lambert, San José State, 5.59m (w); 4. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 5.41m (w); 5. Kalesi Budei, Cal Poly, 5.36m (w).
 
High Jump
1. Danielle Taylor, Cal Poly, 1.68m; 2. Natalia Gutierrez, San José State, 1.63m; 3. Susannah Vera, CSU Bakersfield, 1.58m; 4. Claire Pirio, Cal Poly, 1.53m; 4. Ashley Sidhu, San José State, 1.53m.
 
Discus Throw
1. Kayla Hopkins, Fresno State, 49.34m; 2. Yazmin Torres, Fresno State, 47.02m; 3. Katianna Parisi, Fresno State, 41.81m; 4. Micaiah Lugo, CSU Bakersfield, 30.91m; 5. Laiseni Mataele, San José State, 29.17m; 6. Tuyen Cao, San José State, 22.64m.