Women's Track Competes Well In Dual Meet At Hawai'i

Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw won the long jump event with a distance of 5.97 meters.
April 9, 2016

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Honolulu, Hawai'i --- Caitlin Wilson won two short sprints, Jeanette Zambrano was impressive in the 3,000 steeplechase, and the Spartan women's track and field team took first place in two of the jumps Saturday in a dual meet against Hawaii at the Rainbow Relays.
 
"We had a number of quality performances today," said San José State head coach Jeff Petersmeyer. "I really liked what I saw in the steeplechase and we were solid in the long jump. I thought Caitlin Wilson ran a really good 100-meter race."
 
Wilson won the 100-dash with a time of 11.97. She finished ahead of teammate Makayla Webb, who finished in 12.27. Wilson and Webb finished in the same order in the 200-dash. Wilson won that race with a time of 24.70.
 
Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw was victorious in the long jump with a distance of 5.79 meters. Cambree Harbaugh finished just behind at 5.72 meters.
 
Jeanette Zambrano turned in a solid performance in the 3,000 steeple chase for the second time in as many weeks. Zambrano clocked an 11.16.92 to lead all Spartans and finish second overall.
 
Natalia Gutierrez was victorious as well for the Spartans in the high jump. She scored five points for SJSU with a 1.65 meter height.
 
At the end of the day when they added the team scores up, Hawai'i came away with the 97-64 victory.
 
"Our marks were solid throughout many events today and we'll be getting right back to work in preparation for the Mount SAC Relays," Petersmeyer said.
 
San José State will split up next weekend to compete across the Mount SAC Relays, the California Invitational, Long Beach Invitational and Bryan Clay Invitational. All four meets span between April 13-16.
 
 
RAINBOW RELAY RESULTS
 
 
100 Meters
1. Caitlin Wilson, San José State, 11.97w; 2. Makayla Webb, San José State, 12.27w; 3. Maija Pinkins, San José State, 12.36w; 4. Jelia Brice-Montgomery, San José State, 12.45w; 5. Raion Black, Hawaii, 12.50w; 6. Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw, San José State, 12.63w.
 
200 Meters
1. Caitlin Wilson, San José State, 24.70w; 2. Makayla Webb, San José State, 24.97w; 3. Maija Pinkins, San José State, 25.32w; 4. Sha'tres Ah Nee, Hawaii, 25.69w; 5. Jelia Brice-Montgomery, San José State, 25.79w; 6. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 26.03w; 8. Natalia Gutierrez, San José State, 27.01w.
 
800 Meters
1. Jennifer Beckingham, San José State, 2:11.74; 2. Alli Cross, Hawaii, 2:27.70; 3. Alison Bowman, Unattached, 2:40.23.
 
1500 Meters
1. Alli Cross, Hawaii, 4:48.34; 2. Tristan Setzer, Hawaii, 4:58.08; 3. Ashley Cahalan, San José State, 5:01.19.
 
100 Hurdles
1. Leah Lambert, San José State, 15.06; 2. Sha'tres Ah Nee, Hawaii, 16.06; 3. Feliciana Vazquez, Hawaii, 16.18; 4. Courtney Andre, Hawaii, 16.73.
 
400 Hurdles
1. Jade Vaughan, Hawaii, 1:02.50; 2. Robyn Brown, Hawaii, 1:02.81; 3. Leah Lambert, San José State, 1:04.85; 4. Courtney Andre, Hawaii, 1:06.04; 5. Emily Black, Hawaii, 1:10.25.
 
3000 Steeplechase
1. Montana Martinez, Hawaii, 11:03.50; 2. Jeanette Zambrano, San José State, 11:16.92; 3. Lalida Maokhamphiou, San José State, 11:45.21; 4. Haley Beaumont, Hawaii, 12:24.86.
 
4x400 Relay
1. San José State (Caitlin Wilson, Maija Pinkins, Jennifer Beckingham, Natalia Gutierrez), 3:58.87; 2. Hawaii, 4:07.16.
 
High Jump
1. Natalia Gutierrez, San José State, 1.65m; 2. Tiziana Ruiz, Hawaii, 1.65m; 3. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 1.55m; 4. Sha'tres Ah Nee, Hawaii, 1.50m.
 
Long Jump
1. Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw, San José State, 5.79m; 2. Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 5.72m(w); 3. Leah Lambert, San José State, 5.31m; 4. Amber Kozaki, Hawaii, 5.26m; 5. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 4.90m.
 
Triple Jump
1. Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 11.55m.
 
Shot Put
1. Alex Porlier_langlois, Hawaii, 15.46; 2. Charlinda, Hawaii, 14.21m; 3. Sabrina Mendoza, Hawaii, 13.08m; 4. Mary Kamau, Hawaii, 12.05m; 5. Oriana Brostek, Hawaii, 12.02m; 7. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 10.68m.
 
Javelin Throw
1. Karen Bulger, Hawaii, 44.81m; 2. Felicianna Vazquez, Hawaii, 41.44m; 3. Nicole Iloanya, San José State, 28.44m.