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2010 Cal 201 California lifornia Track Trac ck & Field Schedule Date Day D JANUARY Y Sat 23 S Fri-Sat 29-30 F ri-Sat FEBRUARY FEBRUAR RY FriSat 1213 F riSat Fri-Sat 26-27 Fri-Sat MARCH 6 Sat S 12-13 24-25 26 26-27 APRIL 3 10 23-24 MAY 1 8-9 15-16 27-29 JUNE 10-13 23-27

Opponent

Site

at Cherry-Silver Indoor Invitational at UW Indoor Invitational Invitational

Albuquerque, NM Seattle, WA

at Husky Indoor Classic at MPSF Indoor Championships

Seattle, WA Seattle, WA Stanford, CA

Fri-Sat Fri-Sat Wed-Thu W Fri F ri Fri-Sat Fri-Sat

at Stanford Quad Meet (California, Stanford, UC Davis, Fresno State) at NCAA Indoor Championships California Multi-Event Meet at San Francisco State Distance Festival at Stanford Invitational

Fayetteville, AR Berkeley San Francisco, CA Stanford, CA

Sat S Sat S Fri-Sat Fri-Sat

at Jim Click Invitational Big Meet vs. Stanford Brutus Hamilton Invitational

Tucson, AZ Berkeley Berkeley

Sat S Sat-Sun S Sat-Sun S Thu-Sat Thu-Sat

at Payton Jordan Invitational Pac-10 Multi-Event Championships Pac-10 Outdoor Championships at NCAA West Region Championships

Stanford, CA Berkeley Berkeley Austin, TX

Wed-Sat W Wed-Sun W

at NCAA Outdoor Championships at USATF Junior & Senior Championships

Eugene, OR Des Moines, IA

All Times Pacific Time and Subject to Change Home Meets (bold) at Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field CalBears.com


2010 California Track & Field CALIFORNIA TRACK & FIELD FACTS Name........................................................................................... University of California Location................................................................................................... Berkeley, Calif. Founded.................................................................................................................. 1868 Enrollment............................................................................................................ 35,409 Nickname................................................................................................... Golden Bears Colors........................................................................................................... Blue & Gold Chancellor...........................................................................................Robert Birgeneau Director of Athletics.................................................................................. Sandy Barbour Senior Associate Athletic Director (Sport Supervisor)..................................... Foti Mellis Home Facility........................................................................ Edwards Stadium (22,000) 2009 Men’s Finishes (indoor): MPSF/NCAA...................................................T2nd/12th 2009 Men’s Finishes (outdoor): Pac-10/NCAA.................................................7th/T25th 2009 Women’s Finishes (indoor): MPSF/NCAA............................................... 6th/T41st 2009 Women’s Finishes (outdoor): Pac-10/NCAA................................................ 7th/NA Men’s Letterwinners Returning.................................................................................... 25 Men’s Newcomers....................................................................................................... 21 Women’s Letterwinners Returning............................................................................... 27 Women’s Newcomers.................................................................................................. 13

CALIFORNIA MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant AD, Media Relations (T&F Contact)..............Herb Benenson Office..................................................................... (510) 642-0515 Cell........................................................................ (510) 334-0791 Email...................................................... benenson@berkeley.edu Media Relations Phone................................................ (510) 642-5363 Media Relations Fax..................................................... (510) 643-7778 Media Relations Address........ 349 Haas Pavilion, Berkeley, CA 94720 Website........................................................................... CalBears.com Social Media.............................................. Facebook.com/CalAthletics Twitter.com/CalAthletics, YouTube.com/CalAthletics

Herb Benenson

CALIFORNIA TRACK & FIELD COACHING STAFF

Director of Track and Field..........................................................Tony Sandoval (28th year) tsandovl@berkeley.edu.............................................................................. 510-316-5103 Associate Director (Throws/Decathlon).................................................Ed Miller (27th year) emiller@berkeley.edu Assistant Coach (Recruiting Assistant, Distance)..............................Ann Detmer (1st year) adetmer@gmail.com Assistant Coach (Recruiting Coordinator, Sprints/Hurdles/Relays)..... Mike Gipson (3rd year) mgipson@berkeley.edu Assistant Coach (Director of Operations, Jumps/Heptathlon)........John Rembao (3rd year) caltrack@gmail.com Assistant Coach (Pole Vault)............................................................. Scott Slover (4th year) calvault@gmail.com Volunteer Assistants.............Sean Carey, Magdalena Lewy, Jordan Paul, Mark Jellison, Zech Whittington Trainers..................................................................................... Elaine Garcia, Kristin Wood Equipment Manager.......................................................................................... Laura Wong Strength & Conditioning.................................................................................Lindsay Bufkin Academic Advisor...................................................................................Melanie Moonsamy Operations Manager......................................................................................... Jenny Simon

CREDITS The 2010 California Track and Field Annual was written and edited by Herb Benenson, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Layout and graphics by John Dunbar, Senior Publications Director, and Evan Kerr, Publications Coordinator. Photography provided by Michael Pimentel, Kelley L. Cox, John Todd and Richard Ersted of GoldenBearSporst.com, John Dunbar, Evan Kerr, and Harrison Stubbs.

Table of Contents Quick Facts................................................. 1 Men’s Roster............................................... 2 Women’s Roster.......................................... 3 2010 NCAA Standards................................ 4 2009 Results........................................... 5--6 2009 Best Performances.......................... 7-9 Outdoor Records....................................... 10 Freshman/Indoor Records.........................11 Big Meet History........................................ 12 Dual-Meet History..................................... 13 All-Time Top 10.................................... 14-17 Edwards Stadium Records........................ 18 NCAA History....................................... 19-21 Conference Champions....................... 22-23 Track & Field Officials Recognition........... 23 All-Americans/NCAA Champions.............. 24 Olympians/Olympic Coaches.................... 25 World/American Records.......................... 26 World/U.S. Rankings................................. 27 Don Bowden USATF Hall of Fame Inductee............................... 28 Cal Athletic Hall of Fame........................... 29 California Track & Field Tradition......... 30-31 California Oympians.................................. 32 Edwards Stadium...................................... 33 Academic Support Program...................... 34 Strength & Conditioning............................ 35 California Winning Tradition................. 36-37 San Francisco Bay Area....................... 38-39 University of California......................... 40-41 Athletic Facilities.................................. 42-43 Notable California Alumni.......................... 44

For more on Cal Track & Field This publication includes statistics, records and historical information on the Cal Track & Field program and general information on the university and San Francisco Bay Area. For up-to-date coach and studentathlete bios, please visit CalBears.com.

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Men's 2010 Track & field Roster

Ryan Young

Yosef Ghebray

Name James Attarian Nate Beach Tom Blocker James Brewer Aaron Burney Jeff Butler Brian Carmichael Maxime Chevee Michael Coe Andres Diaz Yosef Ghebray Ryan Holmes Collin Jarvis Austin Jett Chad Jones Kari Karlsson Colin Kennedy Tojsh Kennedy Patrick Kowalsky Cameron Kroll Kevin Kuechler Connor Landry Ethan Mark Mark Matusak Justin Miller Matt H. Miller Matt K. Miller Kyle Mills-Bunje Mike Morrison Dash Oliver Miles Palacios Kellan Patterson Matt Petersen Nick Porter Renaud Poizat Sebastian Sam Charles Saseun Ryan Shuler Cody Schmidt Simon Schmidt J.P. Slater Steve Sodaro Hammed Suleman Mike Tracy Maurice Valentine Jr. Shane Vereen Chris Vizcaino Keagan Wethington Chase Wheeler Ryan Young

Event Yr 1500-5000 So 3000SC-5000 Fr* 200-400 Fr 800-1500 So 110HH So Discus-Shot Put Fr High Jump So 1500-5000 Fr* 800-1500-5000 Jr* 3000SC-5000 Fr 1500-5000-10,000 Sr* 110HH-400H So 1500-3000SC-5000 Fr 800-1500 So* TJ-LJ-110HH Fr 5000-10,000 Jr Javelin So* 100-200-400 Jr Shot Put-Disc Jr* Pole Vault So* Decathlon Jr Pole Vault Jr 800-1500 Fr 1500-5000 Sr* Pole Vault Fr* 5000-10,000 So* 1500-3000 SC Sr* Decathlon-PV Jr* Decathlon-PV Jr* 100-200 Fr SP-Disc-Ham Sr* 100-200 Sr 5000-10,000 Fr 100-200 Jr 5000-10,000 Fr 400-800 So 100-200 Fr Pole Vault Sr 1500-5000 Fr 1500-5000 Fr 3000SC-5000 Fr 3000SC Jr* TJ-LJ Fr High Jump Fr HJ, 110HH Fr 100 Jr 5000-10,000 Jr 200-400 Jr LJ-100-200 Fr Javelin Sr*

*Utilized redshirt year

Kellan Patterson

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California Golden Bears 2010 Track & Field

Exp Hometown/Previous School SQ Dublin, CA/Dublin HS RS Lafayette, CA/Acalanes HS HS Sacramento, CA/Jesuit HS TR Cheltenham, England/Bath Univ. SQ Roseville, CA/Granite Bay HS HS Saratoga, CA/St Francis HS 1V San Jose, CA/Oak Grove HS RS St. Julien en Genevois, France/International HS 2V Lompoc, CA/Cabrillo HS HS Eagle Rock, CA/Loyola Prep HS 3V Union City, CA/Logan HS 1V South Pasadena, CA/Loyola Prep HS HS Vista, CA/Rancho Buena HS SQ Bonita, CA/Eastlake HS HS Union City, CA/Bishop O’Dowd HS 2V Reykjavik, Iceland/Int’l HS 1V Santa Barbara, CA/Laguna Blanca HS 2V Hawthorne, CA/Bishop Montgomery HS 2V Denver, CO/J.K. Mullen HS 1V Reno, NV/Reno HS 1V Mission Viejo, CA/Mission Viejo HS TR Newcastle, CA/Placer HS/Cal Poly HS Lafayette, CA/Acalanes HS 3V Torrance, CA/Loyola Prep HS 3V San Ramon, CA/California HS 1V Orange, CA/El Modena HS 3V Manhattan Beach, CA/Loyola Prep 2V Menlo Park, CA/Saint Francis HS TR Chesapeake, VA/Great Bridge HS/Florida HS Castro Valley, CA/Castro Valley HS 1V Lafayette, CA/Diablo Valley College 2V Oakland, CA/Berkeley HS/CCSF HS Davis, CA/Davis HS 2V Sherman Oaks, CA/Notre Dame HS HS Arcadia, CA/Arcadia HS 1V San Jose, CA/Oak Grove HS HS Rancho Cucamonga, CA/Rancho Cucamonga HS 3V Granite Bay, CA/Granite Bay HS HS Torrence, CA/Redondo Beach HS HS Torrence, CA/Redondo Beach HS HS Pasadena, CA/Loyola Prep HS 2V Tiburon, CA/Redwood HS HS Antioch, CA/Deer Valley HS HS Windsor, CA/Windson HS HS Castro Valley, CA/Castro Valley HS 1V Valencia, CA/Valencia HS TR Lafayette, CA/Campolindo HS/Iona Univ. 2V Union City, CA/Logan HS HS San Ramon, CA/De La Salle HS 3V Silverdale, WA./North Kitsap HS


Women's 2010 Track & field Roster Name Event Yr Exp Hometown/Previous School Aziza Baker TJ-LJ Fr HS Richmond, CA/St Mary’s HS Natalya Beneby 400 H-400 Jr 2V Nassau, Bahamas/St. Andrew’s School Kimyon Broom 100H-100 Sr 3V Inglewood, CA/Serra HS Katie Bruzzone Javelin Fr HS Lafayette, CA/Acalanes HS Taylor Bryson 1500-5000-3000SC So* 1V Costa Mesa, CA/Newport Harbor HS Laurynne Chetelat 1500-5000 So^ TR Davis, CA/Davis Senior HS/Stanford Michelle Davis 5000-10,000 So 1V San Rafael, CA/San Rafael HS Kayla Dixon 100-200-400 Jr 2V Winnetka, CA/Grover Cleveland HS Taylor Dutch 1500-5000 So SQ Newport Beach, CA/Orange Lutheran HS Crystal Esparza 1500-5000 So SQ Riverbank, CA/Beyer HS Gianna Fernandez HJ Fr HS Morgan Hill, CA Presentation HS Shannon Forbes 100H-400H Jr 1V Rancho Palos Verdes, CA/Peninsula HS Cherrelle Garrett 100-200 Jr 2V Hayward, CA/Mt Eden HS Cyrena Giordano Pole Vault Jr 1V Redwood Shores, CA/St Ignatius HS Alison Greggor 1500-5000 Jr* 2V Novato, CA/San Marin HS Hillary Hayes 1500-5000 Fr HS Huntington Beach, CA/Edison HS Kristin Holmes LJ-100-200 Sr* 3V Claremont, CA/Claremont HS Danielle Hoolko Javelin Jr 1V La Jolla, CA/La Jolla HS Nicole Hough 1500-5000 Fr HS Redondo Beach, CA/Redondo Union HS Dantia Hudson 100H So SQ Oakland, CA/Skyline HS Robyn Hunte LJ-100-200 Sr SQ Antioch, CA/Deer Valley HS Amanda Hunter TJ-LJ Fr* RS Inglewood, CA/Marlborough HS Hayley Huxtable 200-400 Jr 1V Santa Cruz, CA/Scotts Valley HS Jasmine Joseph 200-400 Fr HS Carson, CA/Long Beach Poly HS Alima Kamara 200-400 Fr HS Stockton, CA/Cesar Chavez HS Ellie Keene 5000-10,000 So 1V Vista, CA/Rancho Buena Vista HS Keena Kohl 3000SC-5000-10,000 So SQ Yorba Linda, CA/Esperanza HS Jackie Lewis LJ-100-200 Jr 1V Fresno, CA/Hoover HS/UC Riverside Deborah Maier 1500-5000 So 1V Cameron Park, CA/Ponderosa HS Mercedes Marchbanks TJ-LJ Sr* 3V Redwood City, CA/Sequoia HS Kristen Meister High Jump Sr 2V Toledo, OH/Maumee Valley/Davidson College Kendall Morris Discus So 1V Modesto, CA/Beyer HS Ashleigh Nickerson 100-200 Fr HS Weddington, NC/Providence Day School HS Sofia Oberg 400-800-1500 Fr HS Lidingo, Sweden/International HS Linda Oseso Hammer So* 1V Santa Clara, CA/Santa Clara HS Malaina Payton LJ-100-200 Fr HS Vallejo, CA/Fremont Media College Prep HS Theresa Raub Pole Vault Jr 1V Arlington Heights, IL/Prospect HS Kristin Rimbach High Jump Fr HS Los Altos, CA/Los Alto HS Chelsea Reilly 800-1500 So* 1V Davis, CA/Davis Senior HS Kiely Smith Hammer Jr* 2V San Jose, CA/Valley Christian HS Tracey Stewart LJ-TJ-200 Jr* 2V Richmond, CA/James Logan HS Allison Stokke Pole Vault Jr 2V Newport Beach, CA/Newport Harbor HS Rowena Tam 1500-3000SC Jr* 2V San Diego, CA/University City HS Laureina Toler 400H Fr HS El Sobrante, CA/Bishop O’Dowd HS Emani Truluck 100H So 1V Malibu, CA/Malibu HS Angelica Weaver 200-400 Fr HS Fontana, CA/Rancho Cucamonga HS

Mercedes Marchbanks

Kristin Holmes

*Utilized redshirt year ^Transfer, not eligible to compete in 2010

Kristen Meister

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2010 NCAA Championships

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n a change from previous years, there are no qualifying standards for the 2010 NCAA outdoor championships. Instead, the top 48 entries in individual events and the top 24 relay teams will be invited to one of two preliminary round sites – Austin, Texas (West) or Greensboro, N.C. (East) – to determine the field for the national meet held at the University of Oregon’s Hayward Field June 9-12. At the preliminary round sites, first-round and quarterfinal heats will narrow the list of competitors, with the semifinals and championship events contested in Eugene, Ore. For the heptathlon and decathlon,

the top 24 entries will not compete in the preliminary rounds and will advance directly to nationals. Cal will participate in the West site on the University of Texas campus in Austin May 27-29 against schools from the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

2010 NCAA Indoor Championships Qualification Men Women Event.........................................................Automatic......... Provisional Event..................................................... Automatic............Provisional 55 Meters............................................................ 6.14..................... 6.25 55 Meters..........................................................6.74........................ 6.92 60 Meters............................................................ 6.60..................... 6.71 60 Meters..........................................................7.26........................ 7.44 55-Meter Hurdles................................................. 7.17..................... 7.38 55-Meter Hurdles..............................................7.57........................ 7.86 60-Meter Hurdles................................................. 7.70..................... 7.91 60-Meter Hurdles..............................................8.14........................ 8.43 200 Meters............................................................................................. 200 Meters.............................................................................................. Under 200m*.............................................. 21.48................... 21.88 Under 200m*..........................................23.90...................... 24.60 200m*........................................................ 21.23................... 21.63 200m*.....................................................23.70...................... 24.40 Banked or over 200m*............................... 20.83................... 21.23 Banked or over 200m*............................23.20...................... 23.90 400 Meters............................................................................................. 400 Meters.............................................................................................. Under 200m*.............................................. 47.15................... 48.25 Under 200m*..........................................53.20...................... 55.20 200m*........................................................ 46.75................... 47.85 200m*.....................................................52.90...................... 54.90 Banked or over 200m*............................... 46.15................... 47.25 Banked or over 200m*............................52.40...................... 54.40 800 Meters............................................................................................. 800 Meters............................................................... 200m or less*.......................................... 1:48.90................ 1:51.40 200m or less*.......................................2:06.00................... 2:10.00 Banked or over 200m*............................ 1:48.00................ 1:50.50 Banked or over 200m*.........................2:05.00................... 2:09.00 Mile ........................................................................................................ Mile ....................................................................................................... 200m or less*.......................................... 4:00.80................ 4:05.30 200m or less*.......................................4:38.90................... 4:48.90 Banked or over 200m*............................ 3:59.00................ 4:03.50 Banked or over 200m*.........................4:37.00................... 4:47.00 3,000 Meters.......................................................................................... 3,000 Meters............................................................ 200m or less*.......................................... 7:57.20................ 8:07.70 200m or less*.......................................9:16.00................... 9:35.00 Banked or over 200m*............................ 7:54.50................ 8:05.00 Banked or over 200m*.........................9:13.00................... 9:32.00 5,000 Meters.......................................................................................... 5,000 Meters............................................................ 200m or less*........................................ 13:50.80.............. 14:13.80 200m or less*.....................................16:12.50................. 16:49.50 Banked or over 200m*.......................... 13:47.00.............. 14:10.00 Banked or over 200m*.......................16:07.50................. 16:44.50 1,600-Meter Relay.................................................................................. 1,600-Meter Relay................................................... Under 200m*........................................... 3:10.50................ 3:14.40 Under 200m*.......................................3:37.00................... 3:44.00 200m*..................................................... 3:08.90................ 3:12.80 200m*..................................................3:35.80................... 3:42.80 Banked or over 200m*............................ 3:06.50................ 3:10.40 Banked or over 200m*.........................3:33.00................... 3:40.00 Mile Relay............................................................................................... Mile Relay................................................................ Under 200m*........................................... 3:10.70................ 3:14.80 Under 200m*.......................................3:36.60................... 3:43.60 200m*..................................................... 3:09.10................ 3:13.20 200m*..................................................3:35.40................... 3:42.40 Banked or over 200m*............................ 3:07.50.................3:11.60 Banked or over 200m*.........................3:34.20................... 3:41.20 Distance Medley Relay – Meters............................................................ Distance Medley Relay – Meters............................................................ 200m or less*.......................................... 9:33.00................ 9:44.70 200m or less*..................................... 11:09.40................. 11:30.40 Banked or over 200m*............................ 9:30.00................ 9:41.70 Banked or over 200m*....................... 11:05.50................. 11:26.50 Distance Medley Relay – Yards.............................................................. Distance Medley Relay – Yards.............................................................. 200m or less*.......................................... 9:35.70................ 9:47.40 200m or less*..................................... 11:11.00................. 11:32.00 Banked or over 200m*............................ 9:33.50................ 9:45.20 Banked or over 200m*....................... 11:09.00................. 11:30.00 High Jump........................................................... 2.24..................... 2.14 High Jump........................................................1.85........................ 1.78 Pole Vault............................................................ 5.50..................... 5.20 Pole Vault.........................................................4.25........................ 4.00 Long Jump........................................................... 7.85..................... 7.50 Long Jump........................................................6.38........................ 6.13 Triple Jump........................................................ 16.15................... 15.45 Triple Jump.....................................................13.30...................... 12.65 Shot Put............................................................. 19.30................... 17.75 Shot Put..........................................................16.90...................... 15.20 35-Pound Weight............................................... 21.50................... 19.50 20-Pound Weight............................................21.00...................... 18.75 Heptathlon......................................................... 5,675................... 5,325 Pentathlon......................................................4,075...................... 3,725 * – size of track

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2009 Indoor & Outdoor Results MPSF Indoor Championships Feb. 27-28, 2009, Dempsey Indoor Facility • University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. Men’s Team Scores 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Women’s Team Scores

UCLA............................83.5 California.....................78.5 Washington State.........78.5 Oregon............................78 Arizona State................76.5 Washington.....................75 Stanford...........................68 Cal State Northridge........56 Arizona............................54 Long Beach State............14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Stanford......................... 115 Oregon.........................91.5 Arizona State...................78 UCLA............................75.5 Washington..................72.5 California.....................68.5 Arizona............................62 Washington State.........51.5 Cal State Northridge.....32.5 Long Beach State............14

Cal Finishers

Cal Finishers

60 Meters............. 1. Kellan Patterson............................................ 6.77 6. Nick Porter.................................................... 6.92 200 Meters......... 18. Nick Porter.................................................. 22.16 21. Kellan Patterson.......................................... 22.22 400 Meters......... 12. Tojsh Kennedy............................................. 48.75 15. Keagan Wethington..................................... 49.05 800 Meters........... 3. Sean Carey.............................................. 1:49.65 4. Sebastian Sam......................................... 1:49.86 11. Francis Gadayan...................................... 1:51.70 ........................... 16. Eric Lee.................................................... 1:53.71 Mile....................... 1. Michael Coe............................................. 4:00.29 11. Eric Lee.................................................... 4:12.56 3000 Meters......... 5. Mark Matusak........................................... 8:01.77 12. Matt K. Miller............................................ 8:15.04 24. Brad Surh................................................. 8:46.94 5000 Meters....... 10. Kari Karlsson.......................................... 14:13.87 15. Steve Sodaro......................................... 14:31.15 17. Matt H. Miller.......................................... 14:35.32 60-Meter Hurdles.. 3. Jordan Paul................................................... 8.00 6. Ryan Holmes................................................. 8.17 12. Aaron Burney................................................ 8.43 4x400-Meter Relay.................... 6. Kennedy, Casey, Sam, Gadayan............. 3:15.74 Distance Medley Relay.................... 1. Matusak, Hanson, Sam, Coe................... 9:29.71 High Jump............ 1. Ed Wright..................................... 7-3.00 (2.21m) Pole Vault............. 9. Ryan Shuler............................... 16-5.50 (5.02m) Shot Put................ 8. Martin Maric................................ 54-2.00 (16.52) 9. Patrick Kowalsky...................... 54-1.00 (16.48m) Weight Throw..... 14. Miles Palacios........................ 53-10.25 (16.41m) Heptathlon............ 3. Kyle Mills-Bunje............................................ 5224 7. Kevin Kuechler............................................. 4883

60 Meters............. 2. Cherrelle Garrett........................................... 7.38 12. Kristin Holmes............................................... 7.78 16. Robin Hunte.................................................. 7.93 200 Meters........... 2. Cherrelle Garrett......................................... 24.03 6. Kandi Bonty................................................. 24.64 10. Brook Turner............................................... 24.73 22. Robin Hunte................................................ 25.87 400 Meters........... 2. Brook Turner............................................... 54.31 10. Kandi Bonty................................................. 55.89 ........................... 12. Kayla Dixon................................................. 56.45 19. Evelyn Smith............................................... 57.32 800 Meters........... 1. Mackenzie Pierce..................................... 2:06.45 11. Brazile Clark............................................. 2:14.12 14. Francesca Weems................................... 2:15.47 Mile....................... 8. Taylor Bryson........................................... 4:55.32 5000 Meters......... 4. Alison Greggor....................................... 16:30.56 60-Meter Hurdles..... Emani Truluck...............................................DNF 4x400-Meter Relay. 5. Bonty, Dixon, Pierce, Turner.................... 3:43.29 Distance Medley Relay.................... 3. Bryson, Dixon, Weems, Maier................ 11:41.10 High Jump............ 2. Inika McPherson.........................5-11.50 (1.82m) 7. Kristen Meister............................. 5-8.50 (1.74m) Pole Vault............. 7. Allison Stokke............................. 13-1.50 (4.00m) 9. Cyrena Giordano........................ 12-7.50 (3.85m) 12. Theresa Raub............................ 12-1.50 (3.70m) Long Jump............ 9. Jacklyn Lewis............................. 18-8.50 (5.70m) 16. Robin Hunte............................... 17-3.25 (5.26m) Tracey Stewart............................................... NM Triple Jump......... 10. Mercedes Marchbanks..............38-2.00 (11.63m) Tracey Stewart............................................... NM Shot Put.............. 14. Linda Oseso............................. 42-4.25 (12.91m) Weight Throw....... 5. Kiely Smith............................... 54-8.25 (16.67m) 11. Linda Oseso............................. 50-0.75 (15.26m)

NCAA Indoor Championships March 13-14, 2009, Gilliam Indoor Stadium • Texas A&M University, College Station,Texas Men’s Team Finish: 12th (18.5 points)

Women’s Team Finish: T41st (5 points)

3,000 Meters........ 2. Michael Coe............................................. 7:54.42 Distance Medley Relay.................... 3. Matusak, Hanson, Sam, Coe................... 9:30.39 High Jump..........T3. Ed Wright..................................... 7-0.25 (2.14m)

60 Meters........... 14. Cherrelle Garrett........................................... 7.42 High Jump............ 4. Inika McPherson............................... 6-0 (1.83m) 11. Kristen Meister............................. 5-8.75 (1.75m) Pole Vault................ Katie Morgan...................................................NH

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Pac-10 Outdoor Championships May 16-17, 2009, Hayward Field • University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. Men’s Team Scores

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Oregon..........................158 USC............................... 117 Stanford...........................93 Washington State............91 UCLA...............................90 Arizona State...................87 California........................66 Arizona............................64 Washington.....................52

Women’s Team Scores

Cal Finishers 100 Meters........... 6. Kellan Patterson.......................................... 10.54 9. Nick Porter.................................................. 10.73 17. Shane Vereen............................................. 10.69 200 Meters......... 16. Nick Porter.................................................. 21.77 19. Keagan Wethington..................................... 22.02 400 Meters......... 13. Keagan Wethington..................................... 48.34 17. Tojsh Kennedy............................................. 50.21 800 Meters........... 5. Francis Gadayan...................................... 1:50.65 6. Sebastian Sam......................................... 1:51.08 7. Sean Carey.............................................. 1:52.35 1500 Meters......... 8. Eric Lee.................................................... 3:52.59 10. Michael Coe............................................. 3:53.69 5000 Meters......... 4. Yosef Ghebray........................................ 14:08.13 10,000 Meters.... 11. Kari Karlsson.......................................... 30:47.73 3000-Meter Steeplechase...... 12. Steve Sodaro........................................... 9:26.84 110-Meter Hurdles.. 2. Jordan Paul................................................. 13.66 8. Ryan Holmes............................................... 14.60 10. Aaron Burney.............................................. 14.72 400-Meter Hurdles.. 2. Jake Hanson............................................... 50.32 15. Ryan Holmes............................................... 54.05 4x100-Meter Relay.. 6. Patterson, Wethington, Porter, Vereen........ 40.90 4x400-Meter Relay.. 5. Wethington, Sam, Gadayan, Hanson....... 3:10.26 Discus................... 2. Martin Maric................................ 197-0 (60.06m) 12. Patrick Kowalsky......................... 159-3 (48.53m) Shot Put................ 6. Patrick Kowalsky...................... 55-5.50 (16.90m) Javelin.................. 5. Ryan Young................................. 221-2 (67.42m) 6. Martin Maric................................ 216-9 (66.07m) High Jump............ 8. Brian Carmichael.......................... 6-6.75 (2.00m) Long Jump.......... 11. Kyle Mills-Bunje............................... 23-0 (7.01m) Pole Vault............. 9. Ryan Shuler............................... 17-0.75 (5.20m) Andrew Stevens..............................................NH Decathlon............. 4. Kyle Mills-Bunje........................................... 7,007 14. Kevin Kuechler............................................ 5,362

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Oregon.......................165.5 Stanford.........................138 Arizona State................. 112 USC...............................108 UCLA............................79.5 Washington.....................63 California........................58 Arizona............................49 Washington State............44 Oregon State.....................0

Cal Finishers 100 Meters........... 2. Cherrelle Garrett......................................... 11.38 200 Meters........... 2. Cherrelle Garrett......................................... 23.63 400 Meters........... 5. Brook Turner............................................... 53.73 8. Kandi Bonty................................................. 54.34 14. Kayla Dixon................................................. 56.55 800 Meters......... 13. Brazile Clark............................................. 2:14.22 22. Mackenzie Pierce..........................................DNF 1500 Meters....... 15. Taylor Bryson........................................... 4:40.60 5000 Meters....... 22. Michelle Davis........................................ 17:30.25 23. Ellie Keene............................................. 17:32.58 Deborah Maier..............................................DNF 10,000 Meters.... 12. Alison Greggor....................................... 37:02.49 100-Meter Hurdles... 1. Kimyon Broom............................................. 13.02 15. Emani Truluck............................................. 14.14 400-Meter Hurdles.. 9. Natalya Beneby........................................ 1:01.38 4x100-Meter Relay.. 8. Broom, Bonty, Dixon, Garrett...................... 46.41 4x400-Meter Relay.. 5. Bonty, Dixon, Smith, Turner..................... 3:40.91 Long Jump............ 9. Kristin Holmes................................. 19-8 (5.99m) 14. Jackie Lewis.................................... 18-3 (5.56m) Triple Jump........... 4. Tracey Stewart.............................. 40-9 (12.42m) 9. Mercedes Marchbanks................ 39-10 (12.14m) 10. Artensia Young......................... 39-7.75 (12.08m) High Jump............ 1. Inika McPherson.........................5-11.25 (1.81m) Tifani Grimes...................................................NH Pole Vault............. 2. Katie Morgan................................. 13-10 (4.22m) 4. Cyrena Giordano........................ 13-4.25 (4.07m) 8. Allison Stokke............................. 13-0.25 (3.97m) Discus...................... Kendall Morris................................................ NM Shot Put................ 8. Linda Oseso.................................. 45-1 (13.74m) Hammer.............. 11. Kiely Smith.................................163-11 (49.97m) 15. Linda Oseso................................ 152-2 (46.38m)

NCAA Outdoor Championships June 10-13, 2009 • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. Men’s Team Finish: T25th (10 points)

Women’s Team Finish: NA (0 points)

800 Meters......... 27. Francis Gadayan...................................... 1:53.46 1500 Meters....... 10. Michael Coe............................................. 3:41.64 10,000 Meters......... Yosef Ghebray...............................................DNF 110-Meter Hurdles.. 25. Jordan Paul................................................. 14.63 400-Meter Hurdles.26. Jake Hanson............................................... 53.19 Discus................... 1. Martin Maric................................ 196-3 (59.82m)

100 Meters......... 15. Cherrelle Garrett......................................... 11.77 400 Meters......... 13. Kandi Bonty................................................. 53.88 17. Brook Turner............................................... 54.89 10,000 Meters......... Alison Greggor..............................................DNF 4x100-Meter Relay.13. Broom, Bonty, Dixon, Garrett...................... 44.66 Triple Jump......... 27. Tracey Stewart............................ 39-10 (12.14m) Pole Vault........... 13. Katie Morgan.............................. 13-5.25 (4.10m) 19. Allison Stokke............................... 12-9.5 (3.90m)

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California Golden Bears 2010 Track & Field


2009 Indoor Best Performances Men’s Best Performances Athlete Kellan Patterson Shane Vereen Nick Porter Kevin Kuechler

Women’s Best Performances

Date Meet................................................. Season....................................... PR

60 Meters

2/28 1/31 2/27 1/30

MPSF Championships.................................6.77................................ 6.77 UW Invitational............................................6.94....................................... MPSF Championships.................................6.84................................ 6.84 UW Invitational............................................7.38h

Jake Hanson 1/24 Nick Porter 2/27 Kellan Patterson 2/27 Keagan Wethington 1/24 Ryan Holmes 2/14 Jordan Paul 2/14 Aaron Burney 2/14

Cherry & Silver Invitational........................22.01.............................. 22.01 MPSF Championships...............................22.16.............................. 21.53 MPSF Championships...............................22.22.............................. 22.15 Cherry & Silver Invitational........................22.25....................................... Husky Classic............................................22.79....................................... Husky Classic............................................22.86.............................. 22.47 Husky Classic............................................23.18.......................................

200 Meters

400 Meters

Jake Hanson 1/24 Cherry & Silver Invitational........................48.30.............................. 48.01 Keagan Wethington 1/31 UW Invitational..........................................48.71.............................. 48.71 Tojsh Kennedy 2/28 MPSF Championships...............................48.75 Sean Carey Sebastian Sam Francis Gadayan Eric Lee Brad Surh Joey Thomas

2/28 2/28 2/28 2/28 2/14 1/24

800 Meters

MPSF Championships............................1:49.65#......................... 1:49.65 MPSF Championships............................1:49.86#..................................... MPSF Championships............................1:51.70........................... 1:49.78 MPSF Championships............................1:53.71........................... 1:52.23 Husky Classic.........................................1:54.80....................................... Cherry & Silver Invitational.....................2:07.27........................... 1:59.75

Mile

Michael Coe Mark Matusak Eric Lee Brad Surh

2/28 2/14 2/14 1/31

MPSF Championships............................4:00.29#^....................... 4:00.29 Husky Classic.........................................4:05.83........................... 4:03.15 Husky Classic.........................................4:12.56........................... 4:10.54 UW Invitational.......................................4:13.15.......................................

Michael Coe Mark Matusak Matt K. Miller Brad Surh

2/14 2/28 2/28 2/28

Husky Classic.........................................7:48.05=^....................... 7:48.05 MPSF Championships............................8:01.77#......................... 8:01.77 MPSF Championships............................8:15.04....................................... MPSF Championships............................8:26.94.......................................

Kari Karlsson Steve Sodaro Matt H. Miller

2/27 MPSF Championships..........................14:17.03......................... 14:07.13 2/27 MPSF Championships..........................14:31.15....................................... 2/27 MPSF Championships..........................14:35.32......................... 14:35.32

Jordan Paul Ryan Holmes Aaron Burney Kevin Kuechler Kyle Mills-Bunje

2/28 2/28 1/31 2/28 2/28

3000 Meters

5000 Meters

4x400-Meter Relay

Distance Medley Relay

Matusak, Gadayan 2/27 MPSF Championships............................9:29.71=^....................... 9:29.71 Sam, Coe

High Jump

Ed Wright Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

2/28 MPSF Championships..........................7-3 (2.21m)#....................... 7-3.25 2/27 MPSF Championships..........................6-3 (1.92m)h............................ 6-5 1/30 UW Invitational............................................1.82mh

Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

2/27 MPSF Championships............................6.92m/22-8.50h... 7.12m/23-4.50 1/30 UW Invitational.......................................6.61mh

Long Jump

Triple Jump

Cherrelle Garrett Kristin Holmes Robyn Hunte Jackie Lewis Emani Truluck

2/27 2/27 2/27 1/31 2/14

MPSF Championships.................................7.34#.............................. 7.34 MPSF Championships.................................7.78................................ 7.78 MPSF Championships.................................7.93................................ 7.93 UW Invitational............................................7.94................................ 7.94 Husky Classic..............................................8.14................................ 8.14

Cherrelle Garrett Kandi Bonty Brook Turner Robyn Hunte Emani Truluck

1/24 2/27 2/27 1/24 1/31

Cherry & Silver Invitational........................23.83#............................ 23.68 MPSF Championships...............................24.64.............................. 24.31 MPSF Championships...............................24.73.............................. 24.51 Cherry & Silver Invitational........................25.82.............................. 25.82 UW Invitational..........................................26.55.............................. 26.55

Brook Turner Kandi Bonty Kayla Dixon Mackenzie Pierce Evelyn Smith Francesca Weems

2/28 2/14 2/28 1/31 2/14 1/24

MPSF Championships...............................54.31#............................ 54.06 Husky Classic............................................55.55.............................. 56.61 MPSF Championships...............................56.45.............................. 56.45 UW Invitational..........................................56.57.............................. 55.61 Husky Classic............................................57.21.............................. 56.52 Cherry & Silver Invitational........................59.56.............................. 56.75

60 Meters

200 Meters

400 Meters

800 Meters

Mackenzie Pierce 2/28 MPSF Championships............................2:06.45#......................... 2:04.78 Brazile Clark 2/28 MPSF Championships............................2:14.12........................... 2:14.12 Francesca Weems 2/28 MPSF Championships............................2:15.47........................... 2:15.47

Mile

Taylor Bryson

2/28 MPSF Championships............................4:55.32........................... 4:55.32

Alison Greggor Deborah Maier

2/14 Husky Classic.........................................9:36.26^......................... 9:36.26 2/14 Husky Classic.........................................9:42.95........................... 9:42.95

Alison Greggor

2/27 MPSF Championships..........................16:30.56#^..................... 16:30.56

Emani Truluck

1/31 UW Invitational............................................8.91................................ 8.91

Bonty, Dixon, Pierce, Turner Bonty, Turner, E. Smith, Dixon

2/28 MPSF Championships............................3:43.29

3000 Meters 5000 Meters

60m Hurdles

4x400m Relay

2/14 Husky Classic.........................................3:44.41

Distance Medley Relay

Bryson, Dixon,

2/27 MPSF Championships.......................... 11:41.10 Weems, Maier

Inika McPherson Kristen Meister

3/13 NCAA Championships . ..............................1.83m/6-0#....................... 6-2 1/31 UW Invitational............................................1.82m/5-11.50#..1.82/5-11.50

High Jump

Long Jump

Jackie Lewis 2/14 Husky Classic..............................................5.98m/19-7.50....................... Robyn Hunte 1/31 UW Invitational............................................5.56m/18-3.00....................... Mercedes Marchbanks 1/31 UW Invitational............................................5.33m/17-6.00........... 18-6.50

Triple Jump

Mercedes Marchbanks 2/28 MPSF Championships............................... 11.63m/38-2.0............. 39-6.75

Shot Put

2/28 2/28 1/24 2/27 2/27

MPSF Championships.......................... 16.52m/54-2.50...... 16.52/54-2.50 MPSF Championships.......................... 16.48m/54-1.00...... 16.48/54-1.00 Cherry & Silver Invitational................... 13.39m/43-11.25.............. 47-7.25 MPSF Championships.......................... 12.56m/41-2.50h.... 12.95/42-6.00 MPSF Championships.......................... 11.60m/38-0.75h..........................

Miles Palacios

1/31 UW Invitational..........................................16.51m/54-2.00.16.51/54-2.00

Ryan Shuler Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

3/7 UW Last-Chance Qualifier...........................5.18m/17-0................ 17-0.75 2/28 MPSF Championships.................................4.55m/14-11.00h................... 1/31 UW Invitational............................................3.97m/13-0.25h.....................

Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

2/28 MPSF Championships..........................5,224................................... 5,224 2/28 MPSF Championships..........................4,883................................... 4,883

Weight Throw

Pole Vault

Katie Morgan Allison Stokke Cyrena Giordano Theresa Raub

1/24 1/31 2/14 1/31

Cherry & Silver Invitational..........................4.20m/13-9.25=.............. 13-1 UW Invitational............................................4.07m/13-4.25#.............. 13-7 Husky Classic..............................................3.96m/12-11.75#............ 13-0 UW Invitational............................................3.82m/12-6.25........... 12-2.50

Linda Oseso

1/24 Cherry & Silver Invitational........................13.58/44-6.75..........................

Kiely Smith Linda Oseso

2/27 MPSF Championships...............................16.67m/54-8.25....................... 2/14 Husky Classic............................................15.30m/50-2.50.......................

Shot Put

NA

Martin Maric Patrick Kowalsky Miles Palacios Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

Date Meet................................................. Season....................................... PR

60-Meter Hurdles

MPSF Championships.................................8.00................................ 8.00 MPSF Championships.................................8.17....................................... UW Invitational............................................8.38....................................... MPSF Championships.................................8.54h..................................... MPSF Championships.................................8.86h.............................. 8.82

Gadayan, Sam 2/14 Husky Classic.........................................3:14.76........................... 3:14.76 T. Kennedy, Wethington T. Kennedy, Carey 2/28 MPSF Championships............................3:15.74........................... 3:15.74 Sam, Gadayan Carey, Gadayan 1/24 Cherry & Silver Invitational.....................3:18.08........................... 3:18.08 Thomas, Sam

NA

Athlete

Weight Throw Pentathlon

= – NCAA automatic qualifier # – NCAA provisional qualifier ^ – Indoor school record % – Cal freshman record h – Earned mark/time in heptathlon

Pole Vault

Heptathlon

California Golden Bears 2010 Track & Field

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2009 Men's Outdoor Best Performances Athlete

Date Meet................................................. Season....................................... PR

Kellan Patterson Nick Porter Shane Vereen Jordan Paul Aaron Burney Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

5/16 5/16 5/2 4/4 4/4 5/9 3/25

Pac-10 Championships.............................10.45*............................. 10.45 Pac-10 Championships.............................10.50*............................. 10.50 Payton Jordan Invite.................................10.66.............................. 10.66 Sac State Elite Invitational........................ 11.25...............................11.10 Sac State Elite Invitational........................ 11.36...............................11.36 Pac-10 Multis............................................. 11.37...............................11.37 UC Davis Multi Meet.................................. 11.43...............................11.43

Kellan Patterson 4/18 Nick Porter 5/16 Keagan Wethington 5/16 Jordan Paul 4/18 Aaron Burney 4/18

Big Meet....................................................21.62.............................. 21.62 Pac-10 Championships.............................21.77.............................. 21.53 Pac-10 Championships.............................22.02.............................. 22.02 Big Meet ...................................................22.23.............................. 22.23 Big Meet....................................................23.02.............................. 23.02

Jake Hanson 4/25 Keagan Wethington 4/4 Tojsh Kennedy 3/7 Sebastian Sam 3/27 Kyle Mills-Bunje 5/9 Kevin Kuechler 3/7

Brutus Hamilton Invite...............................47.52.............................. 47.52 Sac State Elite Invitational........................47.98.............................. 47.98 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................48.31.............................. 48.17 Stanford Invitational..................................48.46.............................. 48.00 Pac-10 Multis.............................................52.21.............................. 52.21 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................52.94.............................. 52.94

Sebastian Sam Francis Gadayan Sean Carey Eric Lee Brad Surh Dmitry Kislyuk James Attarian

NCAA West Regional.............................1:48.82*.......................... 1:48.82 Pac-10 Championships..........................1:48.90*.......................... 1:48.90 Pac-10 Championships..........................1:50.33*.......................... 1:49.43 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite...................1:51.36........................... 1:51.36 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite...................1:54.26........................... 1:54.00 Brutus Hamilton Invite............................1:57.90........................... 1:57.90 Brutus Hamilton Invite............................1:58.89........................... 1:58.89

5/29 5/16 5/16 4/11 4/11 4/25 4/25

100 Meters

200 Meters

400 Meters

800 Meters

1500 Meters

Michael Coe Yosef Ghebray Eric Lee Francis Gadayan Brad Surh Sean Carey Nick Palladino Steve Sodaro Dmitry Kislyuk James Attarian Matt H. Miller Brad Suhr Dan Brown Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

6/11 4/18 4/18 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/7 4/25 3/27 3/7 4/18 4/4 5/10 3/26

Michael Coe

4/25 Brutus Hamilton Invite............................3:56.18^*........................ 3:56.18

Michael Coe Kari Karlsson Matt H. Miller Eric Lee Yosef Ghebray James Attarian Dmitry Kislyuk

4/18 4/18 4/18 3/7 3/7 3/7 3/7

Steve Sodaro

5/16 Pac-10 Championships..........................8:54.16*.......................... 8:54.16

Yosef Ghebray Kari Karlsson Steve Sodaro Matt H. Miller Dan Brown

4/24 5/2 3/27 3/27 3/27

Yosef Ghebray Kari Karlsson

3/27 Stanford Invitational.............................28:32.27*^...................... 28:32.27 5/16 Pac-10 Championships........................30:47.73......................... 29:28.05

Jordan Paul Ryan Holmes Aaron Burney Kevin Kuechler Kyle Mills-Bunje

5/17 5/16 4/18 4/4 5/10

Jake Hanson Ryan Holmes

5/17 Pac-10 Championships.............................50.32*............................. 49.82 4/18 Big Meet....................................................52.91.............................. 52.91

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NCAA Championships............................3:41.60*.......................... 3:41.60 Big Meet.................................................3:43.82*.......................... 3:43.82 Big Meet.................................................3:44.01*.......................... 3:44.01 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................3:54.04........................... 3:51.38 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................3:55.11............................3:55.11 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................3:55.55........................... 3:55.55 Cal Outdoor Opener ..............................3:56.22........................... 3:56.22 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................3:56.69........................... 3:56.69 Brutus Hamilton Invite............................3:59.60........................... 3:59.60 SFSU Distance Carnival.........................4:01.42........................... 4:01.42 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................4:02.31........................... 4:02.31 Big Meet.................................................4:08.95........................... 4:08.95 Sac State Elite Invitational.....................4:17.89........................... 4:17.89 Pac-10 Multis..........................................4:50.34........................... 4:50.34 UC Davis Multi Meet...............................4:58.72........................... 4:58.72

Mile

3000 Meters

Big Meet.................................................8:13.09........................... 7:48.05 Big Meet.................................................8:13.39........................... 8:12.39 Big Meet.................................................8:39.73........................... 8:39.73 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................8:40.87........................... 8:40.87 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................8:51.22........................... 8:02.68 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................8:53.08........................... 8:53.08 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................8:57.89........................... 8:57.89

3000 Meters Steeplechase 5000 Meters

Brutus Hamilton Invite..........................13:44.75*........................ 13:44.75 Payton Jordan Invite............................14:06.61*........................ 14:06.61 SFSU Distance Carnival.......................14:28.72......................... 14:28.72 SFSU Distance Carnival.......................14:56.88......................... 14:56.88 SFSU Distance Carnival.......................16:12.73......................... 16:12.73

10,000 Meters

110-Meter Hurdles

Pac-10 Championships.............................13.66*............................. 13.66 Pac-10 Championships.............................14.42.............................. 14.05 Big Meet....................................................14.71.............................. 13.95 Sac State Elite Invitational........................16.11...............................16.11 Pac-10 Multis.............................................16.12.............................. 15.23

400-Meter Hurdles

Martin Maric 4x100-Meter Relay

Patterson, 5/30 NCAA West Regional.....................................40.43* Wethington , Porter, Vereen

4x400-Meter Relay

Wethington, Sam 5/17 Pac-10 Championships................................3:10.26 Gadayan, Hanson T. Kennedy, Sam, 4/11 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite......................... 3:11.56 Gadayan, Hanson Carey, Hanson, 4/4 Sac State Elite Invitational...........................3:12.64 Holmes, T. Kennedy

High Jump

Brian Carmichael Kyle Mills-Bunje Dom Powell Kevin Kuechler

3/27 3/25 3/7 5/9

Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

4/18 Big Meet......................................... 23-0.25 (7.07m)........23-4.50 (7.12m) 3/25 UC Davis Multi Meet....................... 22-4.00 (6.84m)........22-4.00 (6.84m)

Brian Carmichael

4/18 Big Meet....................................... 40-7.75 (12.39m)......40-7.75 (12.39m)

Martin Maric Patrick Kowalsky Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

6/11 5/17 5/10 5/10

NCAA Championships..................201-10 (61.53m)*.........205-8 (62.68m) Pac-10 Championships................... 159-3 (48.53m).........159-3 (48.53m) Pac-10 Multis................................... 121-5 (37.01m).........129-9 (39.62m) Pac-10 Multis................................... 107-1 (32.64m).........107-1 (32.64m)

Patrick Kowalsky Martin Maric Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

3/21 4/18 5/9 3/25

Hornet Invitational.......................56-8.00 (17.27m)*......56-8.00 (17.27m) Big Meet....................................... 54-6.50 (16.03m)......54-6.50 (16.03m) Pac-10 Multis.............................. 40-10.25 (12.45m)......42-6.00 (12.95m) UC Davis Multi Meet...................37-11.5.0 (11.57m)... 37-11.5.0 (11.57m)

Ryan Shuler Andrew Stevens Kyle Mills-Bunje Cameron Kroll Kevin Kuechler

5/2 4/11 3/26 4/18 5/10

Payton Jordan Invite.....................17-2.75 (5.25m)*........17-4.00 (5.29m) Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite........... 16-0.75 (4.90m)........16-0.75 (4.90m) UC Davis Multi Meet....................... 15-3.00 (4.65m)........15-3.00 (4.65m) Big Meet......................................... 15-1.75 (4.62m)........15-1.75 (4.62m) Pac-10 Multis.................................11-11.75 (3.65m)...... 11-11.75 (3.65m)

Ryan Young Martin Maric Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

4/10 4/11 5/10 5/10

Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite....... 250-10 (76.45m)^*.......250-10 (76.45m) Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite...........218-0 (66.46m)*.........237-3 (72.32m) Pac-10 Multis................................. 177-11 (54.22m)....... 177-11 (54.22m) Pac-10 Multis................................. 145-11 (44.47m)....... 145-11 (44.47m)

Kyle Mills-Bunje Kevin Kuechler

5/10 Pac-10 Multis...................................................7,007........................ 7,007 5/10 Pac-10 Multis...................................................5,362........................ 5,362

Long Jump

Triple Jump

* – NCAA regional qualifier ^ – Outdoor school record % – Cal freshman record

California Golden Bears 2010 Track & Field

Stanford Invitational......................... 6-8.75 (2.05m)..........6-8.75 (2.05m) UC Davis Multi Meet......................... 6-4.75 (1.95m)..........6-5.00 (1.96m) Cal Outdoor Opener......................... 6-2.75 (1.90m)..........6-2.75 (1.90m) Pac-10 Multis.................................... 5-9.75 (1.77m)..........5-9.75 (1.77m)

Discus

Shot Put

Pole Vault

Javelin

Decathlon


2009 Women's Outdoor Best Performances Athlete

Date Meet................................................. Season....................................... PR

Cherrelle Garrett Kimyon Broom Kristin Holmes Jackie Lewis Robyn Hunte Emani Truluck Dantia Hudson

5/17 4/18 3/28 4/18 4/25 3/7 4/4

Pac-10 Championships............................. 11.34*..............................11.34 Big Meet.................................................... 11.97...............................11.97 Stanford Invitational..................................12.08.............................. 12.08 Big Meet....................................................12.08.............................. 12.08 Brutus Hamilton Invite...............................12.27...............................11.91 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................12.66.............................. 12.66 Sac State Elite Invitational........................12.79.............................. 12.79

Cherrelle Garrett Kandi Bonty Kayla Dixon Brook Turner Kristin Holmes Tracey Stewart Robyn Hunte Danita Hudson Emani Truluck

3/28 5/2 4/4 4/24 3/7 4/4 4/4 4/18 4/18

Stanford Invitational..................................23.63*............................. 23.63 Payton Jordan Invite.................................24.23.............................. 24.23 Sac State Elite Invitational........................24.33.............................. 24.33 Brutus Hamilton Invite...............................24.60.............................. 24.10 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................24.75.............................. 24.19 Sac State Elite Invitational........................24.76.............................. 24.76 Sac State Elite Invitational........................25.29.............................. 24.80 Big Meet....................................................26.07.............................. 26.07 Big Meet....................................................26.07.............................. 26.07

Brook Turner Kandi Bonty Kayla Dixon Evelyn Smith Mackenzie Pierce Brazile Clark Shannon Forbes Natalya Beneby Hayley Huxtable

5/29 5/30 4/4 3/7 3/7 4/4 4/25 3/7 3/7

NCAA West Regional................................53.34*............................. 53.31 NCAA West Regional................................53.70*............................. 53.70 Sac State Elite Invitational........................55.29.............................. 55.29 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................55.91.............................. 55.91 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................56.43.............................. 55.61 Sac State Elite Invitational........................57.93.............................. 55.80 Brutus Hamilton Invite...............................58.19.............................. 58.22 Cal Outdoor Opener..................................58.83.............................. 57.22 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................1:01.95.............................. 55.70

100 Meters

200 Meters

400 Meters

Brook Turner Dixon, Bonty, Lewis, Garrett Broom, Bonty, Dixon, Garrett

800 Meters

Brazile Clark 4/18 Big Meet................................................. 2:11.91............................2:11.10 Mackenzie Pierce 5/10 Sacramento Open..................................2:13.02........................... 2:04.78 Francesca Weems 4/24 Brutus Hamilton Invite............................2:13.48........................... 2:13.48

1500 Meters

Deborah Maier Ellie Keene Keena Kohl Taylor Bryson Crystal Esparza Michelle Davis

4/18 4/4 3/7 5/16 3/27 4/4

Big Meet.................................................4:32.09........................... 4:32.09 Sac State Elite Invitational.....................4:42.50........................... 4:42.50 Cal Outdoor Opener...............................4:43.57........................... 4:43.57 Pac-10 Championships..........................4:40.60........................... 4:40.60 SFSU Distance Carnival.........................4:46.42........................... 4:46.42 Sac State Elite Invitational.....................4:50.62........................... 4:50.62

Ellie Keene Michelle Davis Taylor Dutch Crystal Esparza

3/7 4/18 3/7 3/7

Cal Outdoor Opener...............................9:58.06........................... 9:58.06 Big Meet...............................................10:03.24......................... 10:03.24 Cal Outdoor Opener.............................10:24.03......................... 10:24.03 Cal Outdoor Opener.............................10:42.45......................... 10:42.45

Deborah Maier Ellie Keene Michelle Davis Taylor Dutch

3/27 3/27 4/24 3/27

Stanford Invitational.............................16:31.41*........................ 16:31.41 SFSU Distance Carnival....................... 17:11.06..........................17:11.06 Brutus Hamilton Invite..........................17:16.97......................... 17:16.97 SFSU Distance Carnival.......................17:38.02......................... 17:38.02

Alison Greggor

3/27 Stanford Invitational ............................34:37.01......................... 34:37.01

Kimyon Broom Emani Truluck Dantia Hudson

5/17 Pac-10 Championships.............................13.02^*........................... 13.02 4/25 Brutus Hamilton Invite...............................14.02.............................. 14.02 5/2 Payton Jordan Invite.................................14.27.............................. 14.27

Evelyn Smith Natalya Beneby Shannon Forbes

4/4 Sac State Elite Invitational........................59.85*............................. 59.07 4/11 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite...................1:01.20........................... 1:00.58 4/18 Big Meet.................................................1:01.85........................... 1:01.85

3000 Meters

5000 Meters

10,000 Meters

Bonty, Dixon, Smith, Turner Beneby, Clark, Forbes, Smith

4/11...........................Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite.................. 44.56* 6/10...................................NCAA Championships.................. 44.66*

4x400-Meter Relay

3/28...................................... Stanford Invitational............... 3:39.04* 4/4.............................. Sac State Elite Invitational................ 3:50.15

High Jump

Inika McPherson Kristen Meister Tifani Grimes

4/18 Big Meet.........................................6-0.00 (1.83m)*............6-2.00 (1.88m) 3/7 Cal Outdoor Opener.......................5-8.75 (1.75m)*.......... 5-11.25 (1.81m) 4/11 Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invite...........5-7.00 (1.70m).............5-8.00 (1.73m)

Kristin Holmes Jackie Lewis Tracey Stewart Robyn Hunte Tifani Grimes

5/16 4/18 4/4 4/4 3/7

Long Jump

Pac-10 Championships................19-8.00 (5.99m)...........19-8.00 (5.99m) Big Meet.......................................19-1.50 (5.83m)...........19-1.50 (5.83m) Sac State Elite Invitational...........18-7.75 (5.68m)...........19-9.75 (6.03m) Sac State Elite Invitational...........17-8.75 (5.40m)...........19-4.00 (5.88m) Cal Outdoor Opener...................16-10.50 (5.13m)...........18-5.75 (5.63m)

Triple Jump

Tracey Stewart 5/30 NCAA West Regional...................42-3.50 (12.89m)*......42-3.50 (12.89m) Artensia Young 4/25 Brutus Hamilton Invitational.........41-7.25 (12.68m)*......41-7.25 (12.68m) Mercedes Marchbanks 5/2 Payton Jordan Invite....................40-1.25 (12.22m).......40-9.75 (12.44m)

Pole Vault

Katie Morgan Allison Stokke Cyrena Giordano Veronica Stimson Theresa Raub

5/17 5/9 5/17 4/4 3/7

Kendall Morris Kiely Smith

5/9 Sacramento Open..............152-11 (46.60m)................... 152-11 (46.60m) 4/18 Big Meet...............................115-8 (35.26m).....................127-9 (38.95m)

Linda Oseso Kiely Smith

4/24 Brutus Hamilton Invite....... 167-10 (51.16m)...................167-10 (51.16m) 5/17 Pac-10 Championships......163-11 (49.97m)................... 163-11 (49.97m)

Linda Oseso Kendall Morris

5/16 Pac-10 Championships................45-1.00 (13.74m).......45-1.00 (13.74m) 4/18 Big Meet.......................................34-1.25 (10.39m).......34-1.25 (10.39m)

Danielle Hoolko Inika McPherson Tifani Grimes

3/7 Cal Outdoor Opener............ 139-4 (42.48m).....................139-4 (42.48m) 4/18 Big Meet...............................118-0 (35.98m)..................... 118-0 (35.98m) 4/18 Big Meet...............................115-3 (35.12m)..................... 115-3 (35.12m)

100-Meter Hurdles

400-Meter Hurdles

4x100-Meter Relay

Pac-10 Championships..............13-10.00 (4.22m)* ...... 13-11.75 (4.26m) Sacramento Open........................13-9.75 (4.21m)*..........13-9.75 (4.21m) Pac-10 Championships................13-4.25 (4.07m)*..........13-4.25 (4.07m) Sac State Elite Invitational...........11-3.75 (3.45m)...........13-0.00 (3.96m) Cal Outdoor Opener...................10-11.75 (3.35m)...........12-7.50 (3.85m)

Discus

Hammer

Shot Put

Javelin

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Cal Outdoor Records CAL MEN’S RECORDS

Bolota Asmerom

Event Mark 100m 10.18a 200m 20.20 400m 45.46 800m 1:45.4 Mile 3:56.18 1500m 3:39.9 3000m SC 8:35.37 5000m 13:31.8 10,000m 28:32.27 110m Hurdles 13.39 400m Hurdles 48.46 400m Relay 39.14 1600m Relay 3:03.9 High Jump 7-5.75 Pole Vault 18-8.25 Long Jump 26-6.25 Triple Jump 55-0 Shot Put 66-3 Discus 210-11 Hammer 229-0 Javelin (new) 250-10 Javelin (old) 267-4 Decathlon 8,007

Athlete Atlee Mahorn Atlee Mahorn Peter Howard Rick Brown Michael Coe Andy Clifford Kevin Davis Bolota Asmerom Yosef Ghebray Larry Cowling Larry Cowling Strickland, Burns, Nichols, Walker Wallace, Walker, Mosley, Robinson Jeff Rogers Brent Burns Curtis Rogers Ken Williams Dave Porath Ramon Jimenez-Gaona Jari Matinolli Ryan Young Bruce Kennedy Chris Huffins

Site Provo, UT Eugene, OR/NCAA Championships Tucson, AZ/Pac-10 Championships Eugene, OR, Final Olympic Trials Berkeley, CA/Brutus Hamilton Invite Tempe, AZ/Pac-10 Championships Indianapolis, IN/USATF Championships Walnut, CA/Mt. SAC Relays Stanford, CA/Stanford Invitational Provo, UT/NCAA Championships Provo, UT/NCAA Championships

Year 1990 1988 1985 1972 2009 1979 2007 2001 2009 1982 1982

Provo, UT/NCAA Championships

1975

Philadelphia, PA/NCAA Championships Kauhajoki, Finland Austin, TX/NCAA Championships Fresno, CA/Fresno Relays Tucson, AZ/Pac-10 Championships Stanford, CA/Pac-10 Championships

1976 1990 1992 1990 1985 1981

Eugene, OR/Pac-10 Championships Stanford, CA/Stanford Relays Los Angeles, CA/Joyner-Kersee Invite Berkeley, CA/Kennedy Games New Orleans, LA/NCAA Championships

1992 1986 2009 1973 1993

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Event Mark 100m 11.33 200m 22.72a 400m 52.53 800m 1:59.29 1500m 4:09.23 3000m 9:21.42 3000m SC 10:22.38 5000m 15:46.8 10,000m 32:40.76 100m Hurdles 13.02 400m Hurdles 57.61 400m Relay 44.28 1600m Relay 3:35.46 High Jump 6-0.75 Pole Vault 13-9.25 Long Jump 22-1 Triple Jump 46-0.75 Shot Put 54-4.75 Discus 188-11 Hammer 214-0 Javelin (new) 152-10 Javelin (old) 170-7 Heptathlon 5624

Athlete Site Year Antonette Carter Provo, UT/NCAA West Regional 2006 Antonette Carter Sacramento, CA/NCAA Championships 2006 Latasha Gilliam Los Angeles, CA/Pac-10 Championships 1996 Alysia Johnson Sacramento, CA/NCAA Championships 2007 Louise Romo Los Angeles, CA/ Olympic Trials Final 1984 Marilyn Davis Berkeley, CA/Triangular Meet 1986 Marielle Schlueter Berkeley, CA/Big Meet 2002 Kirsten O’Hara Austin, TX/NCAA Championships 1985 Kirsten O’Hara Indianapolis, IN/TAC Championships 1985 Kimyon Broom Eugene, OR/Pac-10 Championships 2009 Helga Halldorsdottir Corvallis, OR/NorPac Championships 1986 Omwanghe, T. Johnson, Hawes, Carter Tucson, AZ/Pac-10 Championships 2004 Turner, Pierce, E. Smith, A. Johnson Berkeley, CA/Calif. Coll. Challenge 2007 Beth Vidakovits Stanford, CA/Pac-10 Championships 1989 Katie Morgan Modesto, CA/California Relays 2008 Sheila Hudson Durham, NC/NCAA Championships 1990 Sheila Hudson Durham, NC/NCAA Championships 1990 Kristin Heaston Tempe, AZ/Pac-10 Championships 1999 Kelechi Anyanwu Sacramento CA/NCAA Championships 2007 Jennifer Joyce Berkeley, CA/Big Meet 2002 Emilee Strot Sacramento, CA/NCAA Championships 2006 Kristen Engle College Station, TX/AIAW Championships 1982 Ifeoma Ozoeze Tucson, AZ/Pac-10 Championships 1995

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Freshman & Indoor Records Men’s Freshmen Records

Women’s Freshmen Records

Event Mark Athlete Year 100m.............................. 10.26..... Atlee Mahorn........................... 1986 200m.............................. 20.34..... Atlee Mahorn........................... 1986 400m.............................. 45.62..... Atlee Mahorn........................... 1986 800m........................... 1:47.09..... Mike White............................... 1979 1500m......................... 3:43.62..... David Torrence ....................... 2004 3000m......................... 8:05.25..... Yosef Ghebray ........................ 2007 5000m....................... 14:02.27..... Bolota Asmerom...................... 1998 10,000m.................... 29:28.05..... Kari Karlsson........................... 2008 3000m SC................... 8:58.91..... Steve Valen.............................. 1983 110mHH.......................... 13.80..... Carl Florant ............................. 1974 400mH............................ 51.31..... Larry Cowling........................... 1979 4x100m Relay................ 41.10..... Adams, Brinksworth, Gould, Beaty............................ 1963 4x400m Relay............. 3:09.10..... Courchesne, Fishback, Brown, Archibald...................... 1962 High Jump..................... 7-3.75..... Teak Wilburn............................ 2003 Pole Vault.................... 17-5.75..... Brent Burns.............................. 1988 Long Jump................... 25-6.50..... Floyd Eddings.......................... 1978 Triple Jump....................... 54-4..... Ken Williams............................ 1983 Shot Put....................... 60-9.25..... Rhuben Williams...................... 2001 Discus........................... 184-08..... Nate Rolfe................................ 2006 Hammer.......................... 229-0..... Jari Matinolli............................. 1986 Javelin.......................... 232-10..... Ryan Young ............................ 2006

Event Mark Athlete Year 100m.............................. 11.44..... Cherrelle Garrett...................... 2008 200m.............................. 23.50..... Kelia Bolton ............................ 1979 400m.............................. 52.53..... Latasha Gilliam........................ 1996 800m........................... 2:03:00..... Louise Romo............................ 1982 1500m......................... 4:21.66..... Margaret Spotts....................... 1982 3000m......................... 9:23.90..... Sally Wood............................... 1986 5000m....................... 15:46.80..... Kirsten O’Hara......................... 1985 10,000m.................... 33:44.19..... Kirsten O’Hara......................... 1985 3000m SC................. 10:59.31..... Abby Parker............................. 2002 100mH............................ 13.60..... Osarhiemen Omwanghe.......... 2003 400mH ........................... 58.45..... Roslyn Mack............................ 1990 4x400m Relay............. 3:52.84..... Weems, E. Smith, Bonty, Holmes.......................... 2006 High Jump.......................... 6-0..... Beth Vidakovits........................ 1986 Pole Vault.................... 13-5.75 . .. Allison Stokke.......................... 2008 Long Jump........................ 20-0..... Sheila Hudson......................... 1986 Triple Jump.................. 44-3.50..... Sheila Hudson......................... 1986 Shot Put..................... 53-00.75..... Missy Faubus........................... 2005 Discus........................... 177-11..... Emilee Strot............................. 2006 Hammer.......................... 193-0..... Jennifer Joyce.......................... 1999 Javelin.......................... 152-10..... Emilee Strot............................. 2006 Heptathlon....................... 5235..... Allison Eades........................... 1984

Men’s INDOOR RECORDS Event 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 3000m 5000m 60mH 4x400m Relay DMR High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw Heptathlon

Mark 6.77 21.26 46.90 1:49.65 4:00.29 7:48.05 14:07.97 7.89 3:12.98 9:29.71 7-4.25 17-10.5 25-11 54-2.50 62-4.50 64-10 5437

Athlete Kellan Patterson Toby Atawo Darren Woods Sean Carey Michael Coe Michael Coe Girmay Guangul Thomas Mack Solis, Suddaby, Conrad, McClary A. Matusak, Gadayan, Sam, Coe John Morris Brent Burns Chris Huffins Lenards Ozolinish Rhuben Williams Rhuben Williams Jonas Hallgrimsson

Event 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 3000m 5000m 60mH 4x400m Relay DMR High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw Pentathlon

Mark 7.33 23.81 54.31 2:03.39 4:49.04 9:36.26 16:30..56 8.31 3:37.64 11:28.96 6-0 13-9.25 21-9.50 45-9 53-7.50 60-4.50 4189

Athlete Antonette Carter Antonette Carter Brook Turner Alysia Johnson Bridget Duffy Alison Greggor Alison Greggor O. Omwanghe Smith, Turner, Pierce, A. Johnson Maclise, Bonty, A. Johnson, Duffy Inika McPherson Katie Morgan Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Dana Lawson Carrie Johnson Brooke Meredith

Site Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Boise, ID/MPSF Championships Seattle, WAMPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/Husky Classic Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships San Francisco, CA Flagstaff, AZ Reno, NV Indianapolis, IN/NCAA Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships

Year 2009 2003 2005 2009 2009 2009 2005 2008 2005 2009 1984 1994 1993 1995 2005 2004 2004

Women’s INDOOR RECORDS

Site Flagstaff, AZ/Arizona-California Challenge Seattle, WAMPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Fayetteville, AR/NCAA Championships Seattle, WAMPSF Championships Seattle, WA/Husky Classic Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/Husky Classic Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships Seattle, WA/MPSF Championships College Station, TX/NCAA Championships Albuquerque, NM/Cherry & Silver Invite Indianapolis, IN/NCAA Championships Indianapolis, IN/NCAA Championships Fayetteville, AR/NCAA Championships Seattle, WAMPSF Championships Fayetteville, AR/NCAA Championships

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The Big Meet: Cal vs. Stanford BIG MEET RECORDS

History of the Big Meet 1893-2009 Compiled by Keith Conning

1893 – The first Big Meet was held at the Olympic Club Grounds in San Francisco. 1931 – Kenneth Churchill (Cal) set a meet record of 221-7 in the javelin. 1939 – Clyde Jeffrey (Stanford), a world record holder, set a meet record of 20.8 in the 220y. 1940 – The Stanford world record mile relay team of Charles Shaw, Ernie Clark, Craig Williamson and Clyde Jeffrey set a meet record of 3:12.9. 1941 – Grover Klemmer (Cal), a world record holder, set a meet record of 47.6 in the 440y. 1950 – Otis Chandler (Stanford), the publisher of the LA Times from 1960-80, set a meet record of 55-3 in the shot put. 1960 – Ernie Cunliffe (Stanford), an Olympian, set a meet record of 1:47.7 in the 800m. 1970 – The Cal 4x100m team of Dan Couser, Isaac Curtis, Dave Masters and Olympic gold-medalist Eddie Hart set a meet record of 39.7. 1983 – Regina Jacobs (Stanford), a four-time Olympian, set a meet record of 4:19.4 in the 1,500m. 1984 – Louise Romo (Cal), the first woman to win a national championship at Cal, set a meet record of 2:04.10 in the 800m. 1991 – Chris Huffins (Cal), an Olympic decathlon bronze medalist, set a meet record of 26-1.50 in the long jump. Brent Burns (Cal) set a meet record of 17-8.50 in the pole vault. 2000 – Michael Stember (Stanford), an Olympian, won the 800m. 2002 – Jennifer Joyce (Cal), a Canadian Olympian, set a meet and Canadian record of 214-0 in the hammer throw. Bubba McLean (Cal) set a meet record of 18-0.50. Kathleen Donoghue (Stanford) set a meet record of 13-5.50 in the pole vault. Grant Robison (Stanford) set a meet record of 3:42.14 in the 1,500m. Laura Turner (Stanford) set a meet record of 10:13.47 in the 3,000m steeplechase. 2004 – Osarhiemen Omwanghe (Cal) set a meet record of 13.43 in the 100m hurdles. 2006 – Five women’s Big Meet records were broken: 100m – Chauntae Bayne-Hackett (Stanford, 11.32), 200m – Bayne Hackett (23.01); 400m – Alysia Johnson (Cal, 53.01); 4x100m relay – Stanford (44.32); and triple jump – Erica McLain (Stanford, 44-0.75). 2007 – Alysia Johnson (Cal) clocked a meet record of 2:03.43 in the 800m. 2008 – Katie Morgan (Cal) and Thomas Mack (Cal) each set Big Meet records, Morgan in the pole vault (13-5.75) and Mack in the 110m hurdles (13.74). 2009 – Katie Morgan (Cal), an NCAA pole vault champion, broke her meet record with a mark of 13-6.50 in a jump-off with Stanford’s Katerina Stefanidi that took 15 jumps to decide the winner. Ryan Young (Cal) set a meet record in the javelin (224-10). Kimyon Broom (Cal) ran 13.26 in the 100m hurdles and Myles Bradley (Stanford) ran 13.61 in the 110m hurdles to set meet records.

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MEN’S RECORDS 100m................ Jimmie Johnson (Stanford)...............................10.46....... 1997 200m................ James Lofton (Stanford......................................20.5....... 1978 400m................ Rene Rodriguez (Stanford)...............................46.37....... 1994 800m................ Ernie Cunliffe (Stanford)..................................1:47.7....... 1960 1500m.............. Grant Robinson (Stanford).............................3:42.14....... 2002 Garrett Heath (Stanford)................................3:42.14....... 2009 3000m.............. Michael Coe (California)................................8:13.09....... 2009 5000m.............. Jason Balkman (Stanford)...........................13:52.85....... 1999 3000m SC........ Brian Pettingill (Stanford).................................8:48.3....... 1985 4x100m Relay.. California (Dan Couser, Isaac Curtis, Dave Masters, Eddie Hart).................................39.7....... 1970 4x400m Relay.. California (Glenn, D. Smith, Hengl, Beatty).....3:08.7....... 1966 110mHH............ Myles Bradley (Stanford)..................................13.61....... 2009 400mIH............. Larry Cowling (California)...................................49.9....... 1982 High Jump........ Brian Marshall (Stanford)................................ 7-3.50....... 1985 Pole Vault......... Bubba McLean (California)........................... 18-0.50....... 2002 Long Jump........ Chris Huffins (California)............................... 26-1.50....... 1991 Triple Jump....... Mike Harris (California)................................. 53-9.75....... 1990 Shot Put............ Terry Albritton (Stanford)............................... 67-9.25....... 1977 Discus............... Dave Maggard Jr. (California)......................... 198-7....... 1985 Hammer............ Dave Popejoy (Stanford)................................. 231-1....... 1995 Javelin.............. Ryan Young (California)................................. 224-10....... 2009

Larry Cowling

Alysia Johnson

WOMEN’S RECORDS 100m................ Chauntae Bayne (Stanford) .............................11.32....... 2006 200m................ Chauntae Bayne (Stanford)..............................23.01....... 2006 400m................ Alysia Johnson (California)...............................53.01....... 2006 800m................ Alysia Johnson (California)............................2:03.43 ..... 2007 1500m.............. Regina Jacobs (Stanford)................................4:19.4....... 1983 3000m.............. Alison Wiley (Stanford)..................................9:13.78....... 1984 5000m.............. Alison Wiley (Stanford)..................................15:41.5....... 1983 3000m SC........ Laura Turner (Stanford)...............................10:13.47....... 2002 4x100m Relay.. Stanford (Janice Davis, Chauntae Bayne, Jakki Bailey, Nashonme Johnson)....................44.32....... 2006 4x400m Relay.. Stanford (Idara Otu, Keisha Gaines, Alana Walker, Nashonme Johnson)...............3:39.30....... 2006 100mH.............. Kimyon Broom (California)................................13.26....... 2009 400mH.............. Deanna Slaton (California)...............................58.06....... 2004 High Jump........ Lisa Bernhagen (Stanford)................................... 6-2....... 1987 Pole Vault......... Katie Morgan (California).............................. 13-6.50....... 2009 Katerina Stefanidi (Stanford)........................ 13-6.50....... 2009 Long Jump........ Sheila Hudson (California)............................ 21-7.25....... 1990 Triple Jump....... Erica McClain (Stanford)............................... 44-0.75....... 2006 Shot Put............ Jillian Camarena (Stanford).......................... 57-4.75....... 2004 Discus............... Carol Cady (Stanford)...................................... 200-9....... 1984 Hammer............ Jennifer Joyce (California)............................... 214-0....... 2002 Javelin ............. Summer Pierson (Stanford)............................. 175-0....... 1998

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Dual Meet History Men’s Record Year W L Conference NCAA 1901........ 3..........0...............-................1902........ 2..........2...............-................1903........ 0..........1...............-................1904........ 0..........1...............-................1905........ 1..........0...............-................1906........ 1..........0...............-................1907........ 1..........1...............-................1908........ 3..........0...............-................1909........ 2..........1...............-................1910........ 2..........2...............-................1911......... 1..........0...............-................1912........ 2..........0...............-................1913........ 2..........2...............-................1914........ 2..........2...............-................1915........ 4..........1...............-................1916........ 3..........1...............-................1917........ 4..........1...............-................1918........ 1..........2...............-................1919........ 3..........1...............1st............1920........ 6..........0...............1st............1921........ 6..........0...............1st............DNC 1922........ 5..........0...............1st............1st 1923........ 6..........0...............1st............DNC 1924........ 3..........1...............3rd............DNC 1925........ 4..........1...............1st............5th 1926........ 4..........2...............3rd............DNC 1927........ 3..........2...............3rd............DNC 1928........ 1..........4...............3rd............DNC 1929........ 1..........3...............6th............DNC 1930........ 1..........4...............6th............DNP 1931........ 3..........3...............7th............DNC 1932........ 1..........4...............6th............DNC Walter Christie..... 81-42 (.659, 32 seasons) 1933........ 5..........2...............5th............DNC 1934........ 5..........4...............5th............12th 1935........ 6..........1...............5th............T3rd 1936........ 4..........3...............3rd............7th 1937........ 2..........4...............4th............12th 1938........ 4..........1...............3rd............18th 1939........ 4..........2...............3rd............11th 1940........ 3..........3...............3rd............3rd 1941........ 4..........1...............2nd...........3rd 1942........ 3..........1...............2nd...........3rd 1946........ 6..........3...............3rd............23rd 1947........ 3..........3...............3rd............31st 1948........ 3..........2...............3rd............5th 1949........ 6..........2...............4th............23rd 1950........ 7..........3...............3rd............6th 1951........ 5..........4...............2nd...........20th 1952........ 4..........2...............3rd............10th 1953........ 7..........2...............2nd...........9th 1954........ 6..........2...............2nd...........3rd 1955........ 2..........5...............7th............DNS 1956........ 4..........4...............5th............11th 1957........ 6..........2...............5th............2nd 1958........ 4..........3...............2nd...........10th 1959........ 6..........2...............5th............51st 1960........ 4..........4...............3rd............16th 1961........ 2..........5...............3rd............40th 1962........ 1..........6...............4th............7th 1963........ 3..........4...............3rd............11th

1964........ 4..........4...............2nd...........T3rd 1965........ 2..........8...............3rd............4th Brutus Hamilton...125-92 (.576, 30 seasons) 1943........ 5..........0...............3rd............2nd 1944........ 3..........2...............2nd...........DNC 1945........ 2..........4...............3rd............DNC Al Ragan.................. 10-6 (.625, 3 seasons) 1966........ 2........10...............5th............18th 1967........ 3..........5...............5th............25th 1968........ 5..........4...............4th............T10th 1969........ 6..........5...............5th............DNS Sam Bell................ 16-24 (.400, 4 seasons) 1970........ 5..........4...............3rd............7th 1971........ 6..........4...............4th............7th 1972........ 5..........3...............5th............DNS Dave Maggard....... 16-11 (.593, 3 seasons) 1973........ 8..........3...............7th............19th 1974........ 5..........3...............6th............T15th 1975........ 6..........3...............7th............T15th 1976........ 5..........3...............6th............T12th 1977........ 5..........5...............6th............T21st 1978........ 5..........4...............7th............DNS 1979........ 5..........4...............7th............27th 1980........ 7..........1...............5th............41st 1981........ 6..........2...............4th............10th 1982........ 9..........2...............5th............8th 1983........ 5..........3...............5th............67th 1984........ 6..........3...............6th............48th 1985...... 12..........1...............2nd...........50th 1986...... 10..........2...............4th............12th 1987...... 10..........2...............5th............66th 1988........ 7..........2...............5th............T5th 1989........ 5..........3...............7th............DNS 1990...... 10..........3...............5th............T50th 1991...... 10..........2...............3rd............32nd 1992........ 8..........3...............7th............T17th 1993...... 12..........0...............4th............14th 1994........ 4..........2...............4th............T72nd 1995.......11..........1...............6th............T28th 1996........ 6..........1...............6thT..........T26th 1997.......11..........3...............8th............40th 1998...... 18..........2...............8th............T27th 1999.......11..........2...............8th............T32nd 2000...... 12..........2...............8th............T21st 2001...... 10..........3...............6th............22nd 2002........ 8..........6...............9th............T68th Erv Hunt.............. 247-76 (.765, 30 seasons) 2003........ 0..........1...............-................DNS 2004........ 1..........0...............7th............T59th 2005........ 1..........0...............8th............60th 2006........ 1..........0...............8th............T46th 2007........ 0..........1...............9th............68th Chris Huffins.............. 3-2 (.600, 5 seasons) 2008........ 0..........1...............4th............71st 2009........ 0..........1...............7th............T25th Tony Sandoval........... 0-2 (.000, 2 seasons) TOTAL..........497-255-1 (.661, 108 seasons)

Women’s Records Year W L Conference NCAA 1974......... -.......... -...............-................DNC Kathy Sackman 1975......... -.......... -...............-................DNC June Scopinich 1976........ 2..........3...............3rd............DNC 1977........ 3..........1...............4th............DNS Pat Stocking............... 5-4 (.556, 2 seasons) 1978........ 1..........2...............-................DNC 1979........ 2..........3...............-................28th 1980........ 6..........0...............NS............15th Marilyn King............... 9-5 (.643, 3 seasons) 1981........ 0..........3...............-................34th 1982........ 1..........0...............-........ 2nd/39th* Vern Gambetta........... 1-3 (.250, 2 seasons) 1983........ 0..........1...............3rd............49th 1984........ 3..........3...............3rd............38th 1985........ 1..........4...............4th............40th 1986........ 3..........2...............3rd............31st 1987........ 4..........4...............7th............T11th 1988........ 2..........5...............7th............T17th 1989........ 5..........4...............8th............57th 1990........ 6..........1...............4th............11th 1991........ 1..........4...............8th............DNS Tony Sandoval....... 25-28 (.472, 9 seasons) 1992........ 5..........6...............9th............T54th 1993........ 7..........4...............9th............DNS 1994........ 3..........2...............9th............DNS 1995.......11..........1...............3rd............T57th 1996........ 6..........2...............6th............T55th 1997.......11..........2...............7th............T30th 1998...... 13..........7...............9th............T57th 1999...... 10..........4...............9th............T48th 2000.......11..........2...............8th............T19th 2001........ 7..........6...............7th............T60th 2002...... 10..........4...............8th............T29th Erv Hunt............. 94-30-1 (.756, 11 seasons) 2003........ 4..........2...............9th............DNS 2004........ 0..........1...............5th............T34th 2005........ 0..........1...............5th............29th 2006........ 0..........1...............6th............T37th 2007........ 0..........1...............3rd............11th Chris Huffins.............. 4-6 (.400, 5 seasons) 2008........ 0..........1...............6th............22nd 2009........ 0..........1...............7th............DNS Tony Sandoval..... 25-30 (.455, 11 seasons) TOTAL..............138-87-1 (.613, 34 seasons) *Note: In 1982, Cal competed in both the AIAW (2nd) and NCAA (39th) championships Prior to 1982, the AIAW conducted the national women’s meets (1 tie for women was in 2000)

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All-Time Top Performers 400 METERS

MEN Name

Year

Time

100 METERS (* 100m hand time + 0.24) 1. Atlee Mahorn 1990 2. Mike Farmer 1978 3. Leamon King 1956 4. Chris Huffins 1991 5. Eddie Hart 1970 6. Kellan Patterson 2009 7. Roy Mosely 1983 8. Jason Manley 1999 Phillip Pipersburg 1999 10. Keith Taylor 1977

10.18 10.33 10.34* 10.39 10.44* 10.45 10.46 10.47 10.47 10.48

100 YARDS 1. Leamon King 2. Eddie Hart Isaac Curtis 4. Hal Davis

1956 1970 1970 1942

9.3h 9.3h 9.3h 9.4h

200 METERS (* 220y hand time + 0.24) 1. Atlee Mahorn 1988 2. Roy Mosely 1983 3. Eddie Hart 1970 4. Larry Cowling 1982 5. Keith Taylor 1977 6. Dave Masters 1970 7. Peter Howard 1986 8. Jim Williams 1984 Derek Robinson 1981 10. Isaac Curtis 1970

20.20 20.65 20.74* 20.78 20.82 20.84* 20.92 21.01 21.01 21.04*

3000-METER SC

(* 400m hand time + 0.14) 1. Peter Howard 1985 2. Atlee Mahorn 1986 3. Grover Klemmer 1941 Jack Yerman 1960 Dave Archibald 1962 Forrest Beaty 1965 7. Archie Williams 1936 Dave Timmons 1982 9. Paul Wallace 1977 10. Walt Jones 1986

45.46 45.62 46.14* 46.14* 46.14* 46.14* 46.24* 46.24* 46.39 46.45

800 METERS (* 880y hand time - 0.6) 1. Rick Brown 1972 1:45.40 2. James Robinson 1976 1:45.86 3. Don Bowden 1957 1:46.60* 4. Mike White 1981 1:46.78 5. Jerry Siebert 1960 1:46.80 Lon Spurrier 1955 1:46.80 7. Andy Clifford 1979 1:47.30 8. John Drew 1971 1:48.00* 9. Dave Ottaway 1988 1:48.19 10. Cliff West 1972 1:48.20*

1500 METERS (*Mile to 1500m divide by 1.08) 1. Andy Clifford 1979 3:39.9h 2. Michael Coe 2009 3:40.13* 3. David Torrence 2007 3:40.80 4. Don Bowden 1957 3:41.0h* 5. Bolota Asmerom 2000 3:41.97 6. Yosef Ghebray 2009 3:42.14 7. Jay Marden 1984 3:42.1h* 8. Mark Matusak 2008 3:42.52 9. Dave Ottaway 1989 3:42.72 10. Richie Boulet 1994 3:43.01

MILE 1. Michael Coe 2. David Torrence 3. Don Bowden 4. Andy Clifford 5. Jay Marden 6. Mark Matusak 7. Kevin Davis 8. Cliff West 9. Eric Lee 10. Brad Surh

2009 2007 1957 1979 1986 2008 2007 1972 2009 2009

3:56.18 3:58.62 3:58.7h 3:59.59 4:00.1h 4:00.59 4:01.39 4:02.7h 4:12.56i 4:13.15i

3000 METERS

Eddie Hart

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1. Michael Coe 2. Richie Boulet 3. Giliat Ghebray 4. Mark Matusak 5. Yosef Ghebray 6. Kevin Davis 7. Kari Karlsson 8. Michael Coe 9. Kari Karlsson 10. Matt K. Miller

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2009 1995 2007 2009 2007 2006 2008 2009 2009 2009

7:48.05i 7:56.00i 7:56.51i 8:01.77i 8:02.68i 8:07.89i 8:12.39 8:13.09 8:13.39 8:15.04i

1. Kevin Davis 2. Gary Blume 3. Jason Flamm 4. Bob Price 5. Mike Dyer 6. Mark LaBonte 7. Sam Skinner 8. Martin Conrad 9. Andy Bupp 10. Steve Valen

2007 1979 1987 1967 1981 1982 1985 2002 1994 1983

8:35.37 8:36.67 8:44.77 8:44.8h 8:46.6h 8:49.0h 8:51.38 8:56.65 8:58.27 8:58.91

5000 METERS (* 3 mile +28 seconds) 1. Bolota Asmerom 2001 13:31.88 2. Tom Downs 1982 13:40.39 3. Giliat Ghebray 2007 13:42.16 4. Yosef Ghebray 2009 13:44.75 5. Jay Marden 1986 13:47.78 6. Richie Boulet 1996 13:49.47 7. David Torrence 2007 13:59.65 8. Simon Mudd 1998 14:00.27 9. Felix Elieff 1980 14:02.50 10. Gary Blume 1979 14:04.60*

10,000 METERS 1. Yosef Ghebray 2. Girmay Guangul 3. Rich McCann 4. Kari Karlsson 5. Peter Gilmore 6. Steve Moreno 7. Giliat Ghebray 8. Hal Schultz 9. Corey Creasey 10. Carlos Carballo

2009 2003 1981 2008 2000 1999 2006 1980 2002 2005

28:32.27 29:17.78 29:24.30 29:28.05 29:37.24 29:43.56 29:44.11 29:44.40 29:49.60 29:52.43

110-METER HURDLES (* = 120y hand time + 0.27) 1. Larry Cowling 1982 13.39 2. Tim Bogdanof 2003 13.51 3. Rod Jett 1988 13.64 4. Jordan Paul 2009 13.66 5. Thomas Mack 2008 13.74 6. Carl Florant 1976 13.85 7. Pat Duffy 1985 13.86 8. Leonard Robinson 1983 13.90 9. Keith Moten 1995 13.96 10. Kevin McPherson 1989 14.00

400-METER HURDLES (*400m hand time + 0.14) 1. Larry Cowling 1982 2. Leonard Robinson 1983 3. Quentin Wheeler 1979 4. Paddy McCrary 1968 5. Jake Hanson 2008 6. Lloyd Guss 1982 7. Jim Scannella 1984 8. Dave Chesarek 1986 Ahmad Wright 2004 10. Rod Jett 1987

48.46 49.55 49.64* 49.74* 49.82 49.98 50.09 50.35 50.35 50.47


4x100-METER RELAY (* 4x110y auto timing - 0.23; + 4x110y hand time -.06) 1. 39.11* (39.34y) 1975 Strickland, Burns, Nichols, Walker 2. 39.43 1986 Jett, Gonsolin, Howard, Mahorn 3. 39.50 1987 Jett, Gonsolin, Rogers, Mahorn 4. 39.74+ (39.8y) 1969 Smyth, Richards, Smith, Masters 39.74+ (39.8y) 1970 Couser, Curtis, Masters, Hart 6. 39.76* (39.99y) 1977 Smith, Wallace, Walker, Taylor 7. 39.94+ (40.0y) 1974 Walker, Mosely, Stickland, Burns 39.94 1986 Jones, Gonsolin, Howard, Mahorn 9. 39.97 1981 Mathis, Cowling, Williams, Robinson

6. 3:06.11 1985 Jett, Jones, Timmons, Howard 7. 3:06.1h 1983 Scannella, Smith, Howard, White 8. 3:06.2* (3:07.3y) 1980 Kelly, Cowling, Guss, White 9. 3:06.3* (3;07.4y) 1964 Courchesne, Fishback, Beaty, Archibald 10. 3:06.4* (3:07.5y) 1965 Glenn, Fishback, Beaty, Archibald 3:06.4* (3:07.5y) 1968 J. Smith, D. Smith, Hengl, Weddle

4x800-METER RELAY (* 2-mile Relay - 2.5) 1. 7:18.4* (7:20.9y) 1958 Orme, Siebert, Yerman, Bowden 2. 7:19.9* 1976 Bay, Clifford, Morgan, Robinson 3. 7:28.5 1954 Byers, Diehl, McCray, Smith 4. 7:29.0 1957 Beata, Wilson, Simpson, Spurrier 5. 7:32.82 1988 Torrente, Maoz, Harper, Gaziano

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (* yards - 1.2) 1. 3:17.6* (3:18.8y) 1958 Yerman, White, Upshaw, Bowden 2. 3:23.09 2005 Solis, Karl, Suddaby, McClary

DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY

Richie Boulet

4x200-METER RELAY (* 880y - 0.6) 1. 1:22.5* (1:23.1y) 1975 Strickland, Burns, Nichols, Walker 2. 1:22.8* (1:23.4y) 1977 Smith, Wallace, Walker, Taylor 3. 1:23.6* (1:24.2y) 1980 Kelly, Rachal, Wright, Robinson

4x400-METER RELAY (* Mile Relay -1.1) 1. 3:03.91 1976 Wallace, Walker, Mosely, Robinson 2. 3:04.46 1982 Scannella, Guss, Cowling, Timmons 3. 3:04.48* (3:05.58y) 1975 Grasha, Burns, Walker, Robinson 4. 3:05.77 1986 Chesarek, Howard, Jones, Mahorn 5. 3:05.7h 1982 Scannella, Bonner, Guss, Timmons

(* yards - 3.3) 1. 9:29.71i 2009 Matusak, Gadayan, Sam, Coe 2. 9:33.77 2007 Torrence, Solis, Gadayan, Davis 3. 9:34.99 2007 G. Ghebray, Solis, Gadayan, Davis 4. 9:37.6* (9:49.9y) 1979 O’Reilly, Smith, White, Clifford 5. 9:38.39i 2008 Matusak, Hanson, Perezchica, Coe 6. 9:39.0* (9:40.3y) 1957 Stewart, Orme, House, Bowden 7. 9:42.31 2006 McClary, Hanson, Davis, Matusak 8. 9:42.6 California team 1980 9. 9:42.67 2006 Davis, Suddaby, McClary, Matusak

4x1600-METER RELAY 1. 16:43.63 2006 An. McClary, Al. McClary, Schmitt, Matusak 2. 16:57.8 1981 California

HIGH JUMP 1. Jeff Rogers 2. John Morris 3. Teak Wilburn

1990 1984 2004

7-5.75 7-5.25 7-5.00

Brent Burns 4. Greg Walker 5. Mike Harris 6. Kevin Keane 7. Clarence Johnson Ed Wright 9. Mike Nelson David Glasgow

1997 1987 1994 1967 2007 1981 2004

7-4.50 7-4.50 7-3.50 7-3.25 7-3.25 7-2.25 7-2.25

POLE VAULT 1. Brent Burns 2. Clarence Phelps 3. Robert McLean 4. Bevan Hart 5. Ross McAlexander 6. Amit Barken 7. Ryan Shuler 8. Donny Appanaitis 9. Larry Hintz 10. Ross Bomben Sean Haworth Bill Shepard

1992 1997 2002 2000 1982 1996 2009 2008 1976 1997 1994 1988

18-8.25 18-5.25 18-0.50 17-9.25 17-5.50 17-5.50 17-2.75 17-1.00 17-0.25 16-8.75 16-8.75 16-8.75

LONG JUMP 1. Curtis Rogers 2. Chris Huffins 3. Lee Adkins 4. Floyd Eddings 5. Chris Ferreira 6. Ken Smith 7. Paul Bates 8. Alonzo Levingston Robert Kennedy 10. Kevin Smith

1985 1993 1994 1978 1996 1984 1981 1990 2000 1990

26-6.25 26-3.50 26-0.75 25-6.50 25-6.25 25-6.00 25-4.25 25-4.00 25-4.00 25-3.25

TRIPLE JUMP 1. Ken Williams 2. Michael Marlow 3. Paul Bates 4. Mike Harris Lenards Ozolinish 6. Jim Fraser 7. Chris Huffins 8. Harold Rucker 9. Dmitry Piterman Bruce Giron

1985 1979 1981 1990 1995 1971 1991 1990 1986 2004

55-0.00 54-6.75 54-4.50 54-2.50 54-2.50 53-0.25 52-11.50 52-11.00 52-10.00 52-10.00

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7. Laura Baker 8. Whitney Schmucker 9. Ally Lombardi 10. Trescia Palmer

SHOT PUT 1. Dave Porath 2. Rhuben Williams 3. Dave Maggard, Jr. 4. Bruce Parker 5. Amin Nikfar 6. Nate DeSomber 7. R. Jimenez-Gaona 8. Paul Rosati 9. Roland Anderson 10. Dave Maggard

1981 66-3.00 2004 64-9.75 1985 63-9.00 1981 62-5.25 2004 61-11.00 2001 61-7.00 1992 60-1.00 1986 59-10.50 1990 59-9.50 1962 59-8.75 1992 210-11 1981 209-4 1986 202-2 2009 201-10 1972 201-3 1977 200-1 1985 198-7 1993 193-8 1981 189-4 1977 187-11

HAMMER Throw 1. Jari Matinolli 2. Travis Nutter 3. Demien Luper 4. Nate Rolfe 5. John Ludden 6. Rhuben Williams 7. Garrett Collier 8. Roland Anderson 9. Ryan Carcione 10. Nick White

1986 1997 1993 2006 2007 2004 2000 1991 1996 1989

229-0 225-6 210-4 207-3 206-0 205-2 203-6 196-7 194-9 192-4

JAVELIN (1986 implement) 1. Ryan Young 2. Paul Teinert 3. J. Hallgrimsson 4. Joe Berro 5. Ilpo Poutianen 6. Marin Maric 7. John Cummings 8. Adam Burgh 9. Andrew Kearns 10. Ross Bomben

2009 250-10 2006 236-0 2006 231-6 2002 229-0 1986 222-0 2008 220-5 1992 215-7 2005 215-6 1996 202-8 1997 200-5

JAVELIN (pre 1986) 1. Bruce Kennedy 2. Gary Pennington 3. Wayne Guy

1973 267-4 1969 248-7 1978 240-8

DECATHLON 1. Chris Huffins 2. Bevan Hart 3. Ross Bomben 4. Dave Steen 5. Steve Denger 6. Ed Miller 7. Bob Clark 8. Greg Canfield 9. Steven Conrad 10. Scott Sobieralski

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1993 2000 1998 1980 1987 1976 1934 1978 2007 2004

8007 8002 7808 7778 7472 7443 7353 7276 7245 7215

2:05.57 2:07.20 2:07.39 2:07.44

1500 METERS 1. Louise Romo 2. Alice Trumbly 3. Elissa Riedy 4. Marilyn Davis 5. Margaret Spotts 6. Cindy Schmandt 7. Bridget Duffy 8. Magdalena Lewy 9. Sabrina Han 10. Lisa Lopez

DISCUS 1. R. Jimenez-Gaona 2. Dave Porath 3. Kari Nisula 4. Martin Maric 5. Jim Penrose 6. Scott Overton 7. Dave Maggard, Jr. 8. John Wirtz 9. Tony Hill 10. Paul Santiago

1992 2005 1998 1984

Magdalena Lewy

WOMEN Name

Year

Time

100 METERS (* 100m hand time + 0.24) 1. Antonette Carter 2006 2. Cherrelle Garrett 2009 3. Kelia Bolton 1979 4. Latasha Gilliam 1996 5. Zhauntel Holman 2000 6. Shannan Hawes 2005 7. Elaine Parker 1980 8. Kim White 1982 9. Tiffany Johnson 2004 10. Kayla Dixon 2008 Grace Upshaw 1997

11.33 11.38 11.64 11.70 11.74 11.75 11.81 11.84 11.85 11.96 11.96

200 METERS (* 220y hand time + 0.14) 1. Antonette Carter 2006 22.72 (A) 2. Kelia Bolton 1979 23.50 3. Tiffany Johnson 2006 23.52 (A) 4. Kim White 1982 23.54* 5. Latasha Gilliam 1996 23.62 6. Cherrelle Garrett 2009 23.63 7. Elaine Parker 1979 23.81 8. Mona Simmons 1990 23.93 9. Shannan Hawes 2005 23.96 10. Connie Culbert 1983 23.98

400 METERS (* 400m hand time + 0.14) 1. Latasha Gilliam 1996 2. Marian Franklin 1980 3. Marilyn Neufville 1976 4. Alysia Johnson 2006 5. Brook Turner 2009 6. Kim White 1982 7. Chantal Reynolds 1996 8. Kandi Bonty 2009 9. Connie Culbert 1983 10. Kelia Bolton 1979

52.53 52.90 52.93 53.01 53.34 53.54* 53.59 53.70 53.86 54.00

800 METERS (* = 880 - 0.6) 1. Alysia Johnson 2007 2. Louise Romo 1984 3. Erin Belger 2002 4. Chloe Jarvis 2005 5. Mackenzie Pierce 2007 6. Elissa Riedy 1998

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1984 1980 1997 1987 1982 1981 2004 1997 1990 1995

4:09.29 4:17.58 4:17.90 4:18.58 4:21.60 4:22.51 4:22.55 4:23.20 4:23.30 4:23.44

3000 METERS 1. Marilyn Davis 2. Sally Wood 3. Cindy Schmandt 4. Magdalena Lewy 5. Kirsten O’Hara 6. Sabrina Han 7. Louise Romo 8. Sue Richter 9. Lori Riedy 10. Alison Greggor

1986 1986 1981 1997 1985 1990 1984 1979 1998 2009

9:21.43 9:24.00 9:25.90 9:25.93 9:28.70 9:29.56 9:32.64 9:33.00 9:36.45 9:36.26i

3000-METER STEEPLECHASE 1. Marielle Schlueter 2. Rowena Tam 3. Abby Parker 4. A. Thornberry 5. Rebecca Palm 6. Lauren Barbieri 7. Lisa Sandoval

2002 2008 2003 2005 2007 2004 2006

10:22.38 10:37.28 10:40.37 11:11.00 11:30.32 11:49.52 11:59.69

5000 METERS 1. Kirsten O’Hara 2. Magdalena Lewy 3. Sally Wood 4. Suzanne Richter 5. Sabrina Han 6. Jan Oehm 7. Lynne Hjelte 8. Alison Greggor 9. Deborah Maier 10. Marilyn Davis

1985 1997 1986 1979 1990 1979 1980 2009 2009 1987

15:46.80 16:04.86 16:16.85 16:24.10 16:25.41 16:26.80 16:28.20 16:30.56i 16:31.41 16:33.93

10,000 METERS 1. Kirsten O’Hara 2. Jan Oehm 3. Sabrina Han 4. Janet Bowie 5. Alison Greggor 6. Tenaya Soderman 7. Rebecca Yau 8. Sally Wood 9. Sally Metteer 10. Eugenia Zorich

1985 1980 1990 1993 2009 1994 2006 1986 1979 1979

32:40.76 33:55.59 34:00.20 34:03.20 34:37.01 35:01.48 35:11.07 35:34.44 35:46.00 36:37.60

100 METER HURDLES

(* = 120y hand time + 0.27) 1. Kimyon Broom 2009 13.02 2. Osarhiemen Omwanghe 2004 13.43


3. Laurie Smith 4. April Holliverse 5. Cheryl Hawthorne 6. Helga Halldorsdottir 7. Emani Truluck 8. LaShawn McBride 9. Raven Viltz 10. Michelle Hawthorne

1992 2000 1980 1985 2009 1991 1990 1979

13.58 13.82 13.86 13.91 14.02 14.03 14.09 14.12

400 METER HURDLES

1. Helga Halldorsdottir 2. Deanna Slaton 3. Roslyn Mack 4. Michelle Hawthorne 5. Evelyn Smith 6. Roberta Eccles 7. April Holliverse 8. Lavinia Henlon 9. Beth Vidakovits 10. Jamila English

1986 2004 1990 1979 2008 1985 2000 1996 1989 1997

57.61 57.85 58.45 58.86 59.07 59.12 59.22 59.52 59.55 59.56

4x100-METER RELAY

(* 4x110y hand - 0.06) 1. 44.28 2004 Omwanghe, T. Johnson, Hawes, Carter 2. 44.32 2008 Broom, Bonty, Holmes, Garrett 3. 44.56 2009 Dixon, Bonty, Lewis, Garrett 4. 44.66 2009 Broom, Bonty, Dixon, Garrett 5. 44.73 2006 Omwanghe, T. Johnson, Picott, Carter 6. 44.99 2006 Omwanghe, T. Johnson, Holmes, Carter 7. 45.01 2003 Earls, Omwanghe, Hawes, Carter 8. 45.03 2008 Broom, Bonty, Dixon, Garrett 9. 45.45 2005 Turner, Omwanghe, Hawes, Carter 10. 45.61 1991 Mitchell, Ervin, J. Mack, R. Mack

4x400-METER RELAY

1. 3:35.46 2007 Turner, Pierce, E. Smith, A. Johnson 2. 3:35.56 1996 Reynolds, Greene, Henlon, Gilliam 3. 3:36.10 2007 Turner, Pierce, E. Smith, Bonty 4. 3:36.62 2007 Bonty, Pierce, Turner, A. Johnson 5. 3:36.93 2008 Huxtable, Pierce, Holmes, Garrett 6. 3:37.04 2006 Turner, Pierce, Holmes, A. Johnson 7. 3:37.62 2005 Schmucker, A. Johnson, Hawes, Jarvis 8. 3:38.09 2008 Huxtable, Weems, Smith, Bonty 9. 3:38.38 2003 Cowling, Jarvis, Omwanghe, Slaton 10. 3:38.55 1995 Reynolds, Henlon, Janssen, Greene

4x200-METER RELAY 1. 1:35.79 2006 Holmes, Bonty, T. Johnson, Carter

4x800-METER RELAY 1. California team

1980

8:53.20

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY 1. 3:47.04 2006 T. Johnson, Carter, Turner, A. Johnson 2. 3:49.51 2005 Hawes, Carter, Johnson, Jarvis

DISTaNCe MEDLEY RELAY 1. 11:28.96 2006 Maclise, Bonty, A. Johnson, Duffy 2. 11:41.10 2009 Bryson, Dixon, Weems, Maier

HIGH JUMP 1. Beth Vidakovits 2. Inika McPherson 3. Kathy Raugust 4. Kristen Meister Ifeoma Ozoeze Chi Johnson Tiffany Barnett 7. Jamila Churchill 8. Lauren Dudugjian 9. Kristen Meister Cynthia Mallory Missy Vanek

1989 2007 1982 2008 1995 1996 2001 1997 2000 2009 2002 2000

6-0.75 6-0.50 5-10.50 5-10.00 5-10.00 5-10.00 5-10.00 5-9.75 5-9.25 5-8.75 5-8.75 5-8.75

POLE VAULT 1. Katie Morgan 2. Allison Stokke 3. Cyrena Giordano 4. Maria Lopez 5. Leora Ward 6. Kira Costa 7. Theresa Raub 8. Veronica Timson

2008 13-11.75 2008 13-9.75 2009 13-4.25 2001 13-2.50 2002 13-0.25 2004 12-11.50 2009 12-6.25i 2009 11-3.75

LONG JUMP 1. Sheila Hudson 2. Antonette Carter 3. Rosalyn Mitchell 4. Mona Simmons 5. Crystal Hayes Grace Upshaw 7. Reynda King Elzunia Lamb 9. Kenya Corley 10. Amy Littlepage

1990 22-1.00 2005 21-4.00 1989 20-10.00 1990 20-9.25 1995 20-5.75 1997 20-5.75 2001 20-2.50 2005 20-2.50 2000 20-1.75 1996 19-11.50

TRIPLE JUMP 1. Sheila Hudson 2. Amy Littlepage 3. C. Strickland 4. Artensia Young 5. Reynda King 6. Shawna Adkins 7. Trinety White 8. M. Marchbanks 9. Ine Jones Tracey Stewart

1990 46-0.75 1997 44-0.50 2007 43-3.25i 2009 42-3.50 2000 42-0.75 2001 41-1.75 2002 40-11.00 2008 40-9.75 1997 40-9.00 2009 40-9.00

SHOT PUT 1. Kristin Heaston 2. Dana Lawson 3. Missy Faubus 4. Kelechi Anyanwu 5. Jenna Johnson 6. Emilee Strot 7. Missy Maloata 8. Cindi Durchslag 9. D. Van Ravenswaay 10. Sheni Russell

1999 54-4.75 2001 53-7.50i 2005 53-0.75 2007 50-7.50 2004 50-2.75 2007 49-11.25 1994 49-11.00 1985 48-6.00 2006 48-2.50 2002 47-5.00

DISCUS 1. Kelechi Anyanwu 2. Emilee Strot 3. Sheni Russell 4. Kim Kesler 5. Jennifer Joyce 6. Gale Zaphiropoulos 7. Dana Lawson 8. Annette Kailihiwa 9. Missy Faubus 10. Kristin Heaston

2007 2007 2004 1987 2002 1980 2001 1995 2005 1999

188-11 181-4 181-2 178-10 178-3 177-2 175-11 173-9 171-6 168-5

HAMMER 1. Jennifer Joyce 2. Carrie Johnson 3. Giulia Urlando 4. Dana Lawson 5. Alexandra Hunnings 6. Sheni Russell 7. Ericka Dice 8. Nadia Lopez 9. Linda Oseso 10. Tamrya d’Artenay

2002 2007 2005 2001 2005 2002 1995 1998 2009 2003

214-0 211-5 190-6 189-11 178-8 176-3 175-6 174-2 167-10 167-7

JAVELIN (since 1999) 1. Emilee Strot 2006 2. Brooke Meredith 2004 3. Missy Vanek 2002 4. Trinety White 2004 Elzunia Lamb 2005 6. Daisy Van Ravenswaay 2006 7. Danielle Hoolko 2009 8. Shawna Adkins 2002 9. Tifani Grimes 2006 10. Inika McPherson 2006

152-10 148-0 142-5 142-1 142-1 140-3 139-4 137-11 122-11 119-0

JAVELIN (pre-1999) 1. Kristen Engle 2. Ingrid Bailey 3. Tiffany Janssen 4. Cindy Banks 5. Cindy Durchslag

1982 1986 1995 1979 1985

170-7 168-4 151-0 144-5 144-2

HEPTATHLON 1. Ifeoma Ozoeze 2. Missy Vanek 3. Brooke Meredith 4. Kathy Raugust 5. Laura Baker 6. Tiffany Janssen 7. Shawna Adkins 8. Allison Eades 9. LaShawn McBride 10. Chris Viguie

1995 2000 2004 1982 1990 1995 2002 1984 1989 1982

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Edwards Stadium Records EDWARDS RECORDs – MEN 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m Mile 3000m SC 5000m 10,000m 110m Hurdles 400m Hurdles 4x100m Relay 4x400m Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Decathlon

9.98 20.44 45.0 1:45.37 3:36.1 3:51.3 8:28.33 13:08.4 28:37.3 13.29 48.59 38.91 3:00.11 7-7 18-6.5 26-3.50 56-4.25 71-4.25 233-5 252-5 248-6 8398

Derrick Atkins (Bahamas) Eric Brown (UCLA) Lee Evans (San Jose State) Joaquin Cruz (Oregon) Jim Ryun (Kansas) Jim Ryan (Kansas)^ Peter Renner (New Zealand) Henry Rono (WSU) Peter Koech (WSU) Greg Foster (Wilt’s AC) Edwin Moses (Unattached) USA USA Jim Howard (Mazda TC) Brent Burns (Cal) Arnie Robinson (Maccabi TC) Mike Conley (Arkansas) Randy Matson (Texas Striders) Ben Plucknett (4C TC) Balazs Kiss (USC) Gabriel Wallin (Boise State) Tom Pappas (Adidas)

Edwards Records – WOMEN 2007 1982 1968 1983 1966 1966 1985 1978 1983 1982 1981 1984 1984 1985 1992 1978 1984 1970 1983 1996 2005 2002

100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000m 3000m SC 5000m 10,000m 100m Hurdles 400m Meters 4x100m Relay 4x400m Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Heptathlon

World & AMERICAN Records Set in Edwards Stadium Year Name

Event

1940 1941 1942 1947 1948 1955 1956 1958 1959 1966 1971 1978

PV 15-0 440y 46.6 PV 15-6.875 440y 46.3 440y 46.0 880y 1:47.5 200m 20.6 440y 45.7 220y 20.6 Mile 3:51.3 HJ 7-6.25 5000 13:06.4

Cornelius Warmerdam (SF Olympic Club) Grover Klemmer (California)^ Cornelius Warmerdam (SF Olympic Club) Herb McKenley (Jamaica)^ Herb McKenley (Jamaica) Lon Spurrier (ASF Olympic Club) Bobby Morrow (Abilene Christian College)^ Glenn Davis (Ohio State)^ Ray Norton (Santa Clara VYV) Jim Ryan (Kansas)^ Pat Matzdorf (Wisconsin)^ Henry Rono (Washington State)^

11.14 22.69 51.2 1:59.0 4:04.5 8:42.6 10:03.20 15:50.4 33:12.1 12.93 56.53 42.88 3:25.99 6-3.50 14-1.25 21-9.25 45-3.00 64-9.25 213-10 220-10 207-1 6299

Evelyn Ashford (Medalist T.C.) Evelyn Ashford (USA) Patrick Jackson (USA) Tatanya Providokhina (USSR) Mary Decker (Athletics West) Svetlana Ulmasova (USSR) Kelly MacDonald (Arizona State) Amy Harper (Cal Poly SLO) Lisa Martin (Oregon) Stephanie Hightower (LA Naturite) Latanya Sheffield (Maccabi T.C.) USA USA Sue Rembao Tracy O’Hara (UCLA) Jodi Anderson (USA) Erica McLain (Stanford) Gael Martin (Australia) Meg Ritchie (Great Britain) Jennifer Joyce (GBAC) Sherry Calvert (USA) Sheila Burrell (Nike)

1982 1978 1978 1978 1983 1978 2001 1983 1983 1982 1984 1984 1984 1991 2001 1978 2008 1984 1981 2005 1978 2002

Additional American Records Set in Edwards Stadium

Mark

Year Name 1955 1956 1956 1958 1966 1966 1971 1971 1973 1974 1978 1984 1984 1996

Event

Mark

Lon Spurrier (SF Olympic Club) 1000y 2:08.5 Arnie Sowell (Pittsburgh) 800m 1:46.7 Bill Dellinger (Oregon) 5000m 14:25.5 Charlie Tidwell (Kansas) 220y Hurdles 22.7 Renae Bair (San Diego T& F Assn.) Javelin 188-11 Art Walker (Southern California Striders) TJ 54-7.75 Doris Brown (Falcon Track Club) 1500m 4:14.6 Francie Larrieu (San Jose Cindergals) Mile 4:41.5 Kate Schmidt (Long Beach Track Club) Javelin 208-1 Maren Seidler (Mayor Daley Youth Foundation) SP 56-7 Deby La Plante (Unattached) 100m Hurdles 13.13 Carol Cady (Stanford) Hammer 180-0 Carol Cady (Stanford) Hammer 188-8 Leslie Coons (USC) Hammer 194-4

ADDITIONAL COLLEGIATE RECORDS Year Name 1935 1937 1955 1958 1958 1960 1965 1966 2009

Charles Gongloff (Pittsburgh) John Woodruff (Pittsburgh) Fernando Ledesma (USC) Alex Henderson (Arizona State) Jon Fromm (Seattle Pacific) George Kerr (Illinois) Doug Brown (Montana) Van Nelson (St. Cloud State) Sam Chelanga (Liberty)

* converted from hand-time ^also collegiate record

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Event Javelin 880y 2 Mile 2 Mile Javelin 800m 6 Mile 10,000m 10,000m

Mark 221-3.5 1:50.3 8:57.7 8:46.3 265-1 1:46.4 27:49.2 28:55.6 27:28.48


Cal's NCAA History Cal Men at the NCAA Championships Outdoors 1922 (1st, 28 pts.)

Jack Merchant (1st, Shot Put, 44-6.5; 1st, Hammer 161-4; 4th, LJ, 23-4) Allen Norris (1st, PV, 12-6) Brick Muller (2nd, LJ, 23-8.25; 3rd, HJ, 6-1.5; 4th, Discus, 127-8) Harry McDonald (2nd, 440y, 49.9) Sandy Sorrenti (3rd, Javelin, 188-11) Jack Witter (3rd, Shot Put, 43-2) Ted Treyer (5th, HJ, 5-9)

1925 (5th, 9 pts.)

Oather Hampton (t1st, HJ, 6-2) Elmer Gerkin (2nd, Shot Put, 47-3) Ivan Johnson (2nd, 440y) Phil Barber (4th, 220y) Elmer Boyden (5th, 880y) Glenn Dodson (6th, Javelin) Willard Hill (t6th, PV)

1930 (5 pts.)

Kenneth Churchill (1st, Javelin, 204-2)

1931 (10 pts.)

Kenneth Churchill (1st, Javelin, 215-0)

1934 (12th, 11 pts.)

Bob Clark (2nd, LJ) Charles Van Tress (t3rd, PV)

1935 (T3rd, 20 pts.)

George Anderson (3rd, 100y; 3rd, 220y) Jack Mauger (t3rd, PV, 13-9.75) Glenn Randell (6th, Discus, 149-10) Gary Haskell (6th, PV) Tom Moore (7th, 120h)

1936 (7th, 17 pts.)

Archie Williams (1st, 440y, 47.0) George Mackey (3rd, Shot Put, 49-4.5) Dell Fishback (6th, 220h) Greg Stout (7th, 400h)

1937 (12th, 10 pts.)

Arnold Nutting (2nd, LJ, 25-3) Guy Manuel (6th, LJ, 24-5) Les Voorhees (6th, Two Mile, 9:15.9)

1938 (18th, 9 pts.)

George Amderson (4th, 220h) Arnold Nutting (t4th, LJ, 24-8.5) Guy Manuel (6th, LJ, 24-5.5) Leonard Spencer (6th, Mile)

1939 (11th, 11 pts.)

Don Watts (2nd, 440y) Guy Manuel (5th, LJ, 24-0) Keith Monroe (5th, PV, 13-10)

1940 (3rd, 24 pts.)

Martin Biles (1st, Javelin, 204-10) Guinn Smith (t2nd, PV, 13-6) Herb Michael (3rd, Shot Put, 52-10) Denzil Widel (5th, 880y) Barney Wolf (6th, Discus, 150-0)

1941 (3rd, 49 1/24 pts.)

Martin Biles (1st, Javelin, 220-1) Guinn Smith (t1st, PV, 14-2) Robert Biles (3rd, Javelin, 208-4) Grover Klemmer (3rd, 440y, 46.5) Luther Nichols (t3rd, PV, 13-6)

Clarence Barnes (3rd, 880y, 1:51.7) Barney Wolf (3rd, Discus) Dick Peter (5th, Mile, 4:12.7) Fay Froom (6th, 440y, 47.9)

1942 (3rd, 30.5 pts.)

Harold Davis (1st, 100y, 9.6; 1st, 220y, 21.2) Robert Biles (1st, Javelin, 213-9.75) Keith Groswird (t6th, PV, 13-0) Luther Nichols (t6th, PV, 13-0)

1943 (2nd, 39 pts.)

Harold Davis (1st, 100y, 10.0; 1st, 220y, 21.3) Ralph Dewey (2nd, Mile) Keith Groswird (2nd, PV, 13-10) Lee Angelich (5th, 120h; 6th, 220h)

1946 (23rd, 6.75 pts.)

Max Yerxa (3rd, Javelin, 188-9) Chuck Hanger (t5th, HJ, 6-4)

1947 (31st, 4 pts.)

Richard Millington (4th, Discus, 148-3) Don Anderson (7th, 100y; 7th, 220y)

1948 (5th, 19.25 pts.)

Don Anderson (2nd, 100y) Francis Friedenbach (2nd, Javelin, 204-5) Chuck Hanger (t3rd, HJ, 6-6)

1949 (23rd, 6 pts.)

George Roseme (4th, Javelin, 204-2) Rod Grant (5th, LJ, 23-2.75)

1950 (6th, 20 pts.)

Don Anderson (2nd, 100y, 9.9; 2nd, 220y, 21.6) George Roseme (4th, Javelin, 199-2)

1951 (20th, 8 pts.)

John White (2nd, Javelin, 212-10)

1952 (10th, 17.25 pts.)

George Roseme (1st, Javelin, 228-8.75) Lon Spurrier (t3rd, 880y, 1:50.6) Sam Adams (6th, Javelin, 203-1) John George (6th, 100y, 10.8) Dave Seed (t6th, PV, 13-6) Len Simpson (7th, 1500, 3:57.4)

1953 (9th, 13 pts.)

Len Simpson (3rd, Mile, 4:11.5) Guy Blackburn (5th, 100y, 10.0) Lon Spurrier (5th, 880y, 1:53.5) Sam Adams (5th, Javelin, 206-5; 8th, Discus, 154-4) Phil Greenwood (6th, LJ, 23-10.5)

1954 (3rd, 27 pts.)

Lawrence Anderson (t1st, PV, 14-2) John Stellern (2nd, Shot Put, 53-7) Charlie Butt (3rd, Shot Put, 53-6.5; 8th, Discus, 152-1) Dick Richter (5th, Javelin, 197-6)

Lon Spurrier (5th, 880y, 1:53.7) Len Simpson (7th, Mile, 4:21.6)

1955

Dave Seed (t6th, PV, 13-4)

1956 (11th, 14 pts.)

Bob House (2nd, Six Mile, 31:46.0) Leamon King (4th, 100y, 10.7) John Kahnert (5th, Shot Put, 54-11.5) Don Bowden (7th, 1500, 3:53.0) Charlie Butt (7th, Shot Put, 54-4.75) Larry Anderson (t7th, PV, 13-6) John Merchant (7th, LJ, 23-6)

1957 (2nd, 32 pts.)

Don Bowden (1st, 880y, 1:47.2) Leamon King (2nd, 220y, 21.1; 3rd, 100y, 9.5) Bob House (2nd, Two Mile, 8:59.5)

1958 (10th, 13 pts.)

Jack Yerman (3rd, 440y, 46.6) Don Bowden (4th, Mile, 4:06.9) Maynard Orme (5th, 880y, 1:50.4) Willie White (6th, 100y, 9.8; 8th, 220y, 21.4) Proverb Jacobs (7th, Shot Put, 54-4.5; 8th, 220y, 21.3)

1959 (51st, 1 pt)

Bob Karlrud (6th, 440y, 54.7) Jack Yerman (DQ, 440y)

1960 (16th, 13 pts.)

Jerry Siebert (2nd, 800y, 1:46.9) Willie White (4th, 100y, 10.4) Jack Yerman (6th, 400y, 46.8) Eureal Bell (t7th, HJ, 6-4) Dick Dailey (t7th, HJ, 6-4)

1961 (40th, 2 pts.)

Dave Maggard (5th, Shot Put, 56-6.5)

1962 (7th, 19 pts.)

Roger Olsen (1st, HJ, 6-10) Gene Johnson (t2nd, HJ, 6-9) Dave Maggard (4th, Shot Put, 59-8.75)

1963 (11th, 15 pts.)

Roger Olsen (2nd, HJ, 6-9) Todd Gaskill (3rd, TJ, 49-3) Matt Baggett (6th, Shot Put, 56-8) Don Schmidt (7th, Discus, 164-11)

1964 (T3rd, 30 pts.)

Al Courchesne, Dave Fishback, Forrest Beaty, Dave Archibald (1st, Mile Relay, 3:07.4) Gene Johnson (2nd, HJ, 6-10) Don Schmidt (3rd, Discus, 175-10) Dave Archibald (4th, 440y, 46.0) Roger Olsen (5th, HJ, 6-9) Forrest Beaty (7th, 400y, 46.6)

CALIFORNIA NCAA FACTS Most points scored by a team: 53 (1982, men) Most points scored in one meet by individual: 20, Hal Davis (1942-43), John Merchant (1922), Sheila Hudson (1990) Most performers to score in meet: 9 (1941, men) Most points by individual in career: 54, Sheila Hudson (1987-90) Most first-place finishes by team in one meet: 3 (1942, men) Most first-place finishes by individual in meet: 2, Hal Davis (1942-43), John Merchant (1922), Sheila Hudson (1990) Most first-place finishes by individual in a career: 4, Hal Davis (1942-43), John Merchant (1922), Sheila Hudson (1987-90) Most first-place finishes in a single event: 6, Javelin Most All-American honors in a career: 6, Richie Boulet (1992-96), Sheila Hudson (1986-90), Alysia Johnson (2005-08) Number of NCAA Championship titles, team: 1 (1922, men) Number of NCAA Champions, individual: 32 Number of NCAA Champions, relay teams: 3 Number of Top 10 Finishes, team: 25 (Last 2007) Number of Top 5 finishes, team: 13 (Last 1988) Number of second-place finishes, team: 2 (Last 1957) Number of third-place finishes, team: 6 (Last 1964) Number of first-team All-Americans: 249 honors by 160 athletes (Last: Martin Maric, 2009) Most All-Americans in one meet: 9 (1982, men) Number of times NCAA Championships hosted by California: 8 (More than any other site)

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1965 (4th, 25.5 pts.)

Chuck Glenn, Dave Fishback, Forrest Beaty, Dave Archibald (1st, Mile Relay, 3:07.5) Forrest Beaty (2nd, 440y, 46.3) Dave Archibald (3rd, 440y, 46.4) Bill Carter (t5th, HJ, 6-8)

1966 (18th, 9 pts.)

Chuck Glenn, Mike Shafer, Larry Hengl, Forrest Beaty (2nd, Mile Relay, 3:07.9) Larry Hengl (6th, 440y, 46.9) Paddy McCrary (3rd, 440h, DQ)

1967 (25th, 9 pts.)

Chuck Glenn, John Diehl, Devone Smith, Larry Hengl (4th, Mile Relay, 3:08.0) Bob Price (5th, 3000 SC, 9:09.6) Greg Miguel (5th, PV, 16-4) Stan Royster (6th, LJ, 24-1)

1968 (T10th, 14 pts.)

Chuck Glenn, Devone Smith, Larry Hengl, Forrest Beaty (3rd, Mile Relay, 3:08.3) Stan Royster (4th, LJ, 25-2.75) Paddy McCrary (4th, 400h, 50.7) Clarence Johnson (t8th, HJ, 6-10)

1969

Bob Waldon (7th, 5000, 14:13.2)

1970 (7th, 18 pts.)

Don Couser, Isaac Curtis, Dave Masters, Eddie Hart (1st, 440y relay, 40.3) Eddie Hart (1st, 100y, 9.4; 7th, 220y, DQ) Isaac Curtis (2nd, 100y, 9.4) Isaac Curtis (4th, 220y, 20.8) Rich Dunn (2nd, TJ, 50-5.75) Clarence Johnson (t7th, HJ, 6-10) Jim Fraser (8th, TJ, 48-10.75) ** Cal originally won the NCAA meet, but later forfeited the title and 22 pts due to the use of an ineligible athlete.

1971 (7th, 22 pts.)

Eddie Hart (2nd, 100y, 9.5; 3rd, 220y, 20.9) Rick Brown (2nd, 880y, 1:49.5) Bruce Kennedy (8th, Javelin, 231-1)

1982 (8th, 53 pts.)

Larry Cowling (2nd, 400h, 48.46; 4th, 110h, 13.83) Tom Downs (3rd, 5000, 14:01.02) Jim Scannella, Lloyd Guss, Larry Cowling, David Timmons (5th, 1600m relay, 3:04.46) Ross McAlexander (6th, PV, 17-7.25) Lloyd Guss (7th, 400h, 49.95) Bruce Parker (12th, Shot Put)

1983 (67th, 5 pts.)

Roy Mosley (10th, 200m) Mike White (11th, 800m)

1984 (48th, 8 pts.)

Tom Downs (5th, 5000m, 13:49.41)

1985 (50th, 4 pts.)

Ken Williams (5th, TJ, 53-4.5) Kari Nisula (13th, Discus)

1986 (12th, 19 pts.)

Atlee Mahorn (2nd, 200m, 20.45) Jari Matinolli (5th, Hammer, 220-6) Kari Nisula (5th, Discus, 189-11) Dave Maggard, Jr. (6th, Discus, 189-8)

1987 (66th, 2 pts.)

Rod Jett (8th, 110h, 13.89) Kari Nisula (8th, Discus, 188-2)

1988 (T5th, 26 pts.)

Kari Nisula (1st, Discus, 190-7) Atlee Mahorn (2nd, 200m, 20.20) Rod Jett (2nd, 110h, 13.64) Jeff Rogers (11th, HJ, 7-1.5)

1990 (T56th, 4 pts.)

Mike Harris (7th, TJ, 52-7.25) Jeff Rogers (7th, HJ, 7-3)

1991 (32nd, 8 pts.)

Ramon Jimenez-Gaona (2nd, Discus, 202-7) Chris Huffins (12th, LJ, 25-0.75w)

1992 (T17th, 16 pts.)

1973 (19th, 10 pts.)

Brent Burns (2nd, PV, 18-8.25) Ramon Jimenez-Gaona (2nd, Discus, 206-9)

1974 (T15th, 6 pts.)

Chris Huffins (1st, Decathlon, 8007) Ramon Jimenez-Gaona (2nd, Discus, 200-0) John Wirtz (7th, Discus, 191-9) Damien Luper (15th, Hammer, 190-1)

Bruce Kennedy (2nd, Javelin, 266-5) Rick Brown (5th, 880y, 1:48.3) Rick Brown (3rd, 880y, 1:49.1)

1975 (15th, 10 pts.)

Howard Strickland, Sammy Burns, John Nichols, Wesley Walker (2nd, 440y relay, 39.34) Mike Grasha, Sammy Burns, Wesley Walker, James Robinson (5th, Mile Relay, 3:08.0)

1976 (T12th, 16 pts.)

Ed Miller (1st, Decathlon, 7443) Paul Wallace, Wesley Walker, McKinley Mosley, James Robinson (3rd, 1600m relay, 3:03.91) Larry Hintz (t8th, PV, 16-6)

1977 (T21st, 2 pts.)

Holden Smith, Wesley Walker, Paul Wallace, Keith Taylor (5th, 400m relay, 40.05)

1978

Mike Marlow (8th, TJ, 53-11.75)

1979 (27th, 7 pts.)

Michael Marlow (4th, TJ, 53-7.25w) Dave Steen (5th, Decathlon, 7456) Andy Clifford (6th, 1500m, 3:40.84)

1980 (41st, 4 pts.)

Dave Steen (4th, Decathlon, 7616)

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1981 (10th, 17.5 pts.)

Larry Cowling (1st, 110h, 13.60w; 6th, 400h, 50.28) David Porath (3rd, Shot Put, 64-9.5) Ross McAlexander (t6th, PV, 17-0.25)

1993 (14th, 20 pts.)

1994 (T72nd, 1 pt)

Richie Boulet (8th, 5000m, 14:30.40) Tom McGuirk (9th, 400h, 50.80) Kevin Keane (t19th, HJ, 6-11.0) Lee Adkins (16th, LJ)

1995 (T28th, 8 pts.)

Lenards Ozolinsh (3rd, TJ, 54-2.5) Lee Adkins (7th, LJ, 25-2.5) Ross Bomben (Decathlon)

1996 (T26th, 12 pts.)

Ross Bomben (2nd, Decathlon, 7752) Richie Boulet (5th, 5000m, 13:54.96) Clarence Phelps (t10th, PV, 17-0.75) Lenards Ozolinsh (12th, TJ, 52-2.5) Travis Nutter (14th, Hammer, 204-10)

1997 (40th, 7 pts.)

Clarence Phelps (t2nd, PV, 18-0.50) Greg Walker (t7th, HJ, 7-0.5) Travis Nutter (9th, Hammer, 211-8)

1998 (T27th, 8 pts.)

Ross Bomben (4th, Decathlon, 7693) Travis Nutter (6th, Hammer, 224-9)

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Bevan Hart (9th, Decathlon, 7270) Greg Wright (t9th, HJ, 7-0.5) Simon Mudd (17th, 5000m, 14:18.31)

1999 (T32nd, 6 pts.)

Bevan Hart (3rd, Decathlon, 7773)

2000 (T21st, 10 pts.)

Bevan Hart (1st, Decathlon, 8002) Robert Kennedy (12th, LJ, 24-3.75) Bolota Asmerom (10th, 5000m, 14:13.94)

2001 (22nd, 12 pts.)

Bolota Asmerom (2nd, 5000m, 13:43.13) Robert McLean (5th, PV, 17-10.5) Nate DeSomber (9th, Shot Put, 60-7.25) Rhuben Williams (15th, Shot Put, 59-1.25)

2002 (T68th, 12 pts.)

Robert McLean (8th, PV, 17-4.5)

2003 (0 pts.)

Teak Wilburn (t12th, HJ, 7-01.75) Tim Bogdanof (15th, 100mH, 13.91) Amin Nikfar (21st, SP, 57-01.50) David Glasgow (23rd, HJ, 6-09.00) Rhuben Williams (26th, SP, 54-01.00)

2004 (2 pts.)

Teak Wilburn (7th, HJ, 7-02.50) Rhuben Williams (11th, SP, 57-09.75) Bruce Giron (19th, TJ, 50-07.50) Amin Nikfar (21st, SP, 58-02.50) Ahmad Wright (24th 400IH, 52.46) Vincent Ibia (25th, TJ, 48-02.75)

2005 (2 pts.)

Paul Teinert (7th, Javelin, 228-01) David Glasgow (11th, HJ, 7-01.50)

2006 (4 pts.)

Paul Teinert (5th, Javelin, 236-00) Giliat Ghebray (13th, 5000m, 14:28.33) Ryan Young (14th, Javelin, 214-02) Jonas Hallgrimsson (15th, Heptathlon, 3,649 points, indoors)

2007 (68th, 2.5 pts.)

Steven Conrad (11th, Decathalon, 7245) David Torrence (13th, 1500m, 3:43.43) Ed Wright (T5th, High Jump, 7-2.50) Kevin Davis (10th, 3000m SC, 8:41.54) Thomas Mack (11th, 110mHH semifinal, 13.74) Giliat Ghebray (23rd, 5,000m semifinal, 14:44.01)

2008 (71st, 1 pt.)

Martin Maric (8th, Discus, 185-10) David Torrence (10th, 1500, 3:43.97) Ed Wright (14th, High Jump, 6-10.75)

2009 (T25th, 10 pts.)

Michael Coe (10th, 1500m, 3:41.64) Francis Gadayan (27th, 800m, 1:53.46) Yosef Ghebray (10,000m, DNF) Jake Hanson (26th, 400mH, 53.19) Martin Maric (1st, Discus, 196-3) Jordan Paul (110mHH, 25th, 14.63)

Indoors 1968 (T28th, 3 Pts.)

Devone Smith (3rd, 880y, 1:53.6)

1989 (T35TH, 4 PTS.)

Rod Jett (4th, 55m High Hurdles, 7.26)

1990 (T45TH, 2 PTS.)

Mike Harris (5th, Triple Jump, 53-4.5)

1992 (T30TH, 4 PTS.)

Brent Burns (4th, Pole Vault, 17-8.5)

1994 (T40TH, 4 PTS.)

Richie Boulet (5th, 3000m, 8:01.20)


1995 (10TH, 20PTS.)

Lee Adkins (5th, Long Jump, 25-2.5) Richie Boulet (2nd, 3000m, 8:06:92) Lenards Ozolinsh (2nd, Triple Jump, 54-2.5)

1997 (T58TH, 2 PTS.)

Clarence Phelps (5th, Pole Vault, 17-4.5)

2006 (NA, 0 PTS.)

Jonas Hallgrimsson (15th, Heptathlon, 3,649 points)

2007 (19TH, 11 PTS.)

Giliat Ghebray (DNF, 3000m, NT) Ed Wright (6th, High Jump, 7-2.25 David Torrence, Nestor Solis, Francis Gadayan, Kevin Davis (2nd, Distance Medley Relay, 9:33.77)

2008 (T57th, 2 pts.)

Ed Wright (7th, High Jump, 7-0.25)

2009 (12th, 18.5 pts.)

Michael Coe (2nd, 3000m, 7:54.42) Ed Wright (T3rd, High Jump, 7-0.25) Mark Matusak, Jake Hanson, Sebastian Sam, Michael Coe (3rd, Distance Medley Relay, 9:30.39)

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Marilyn Neufville (4th, 800y, 2:08.6)

1977 (0 pts.)

Ginger Lewis (N/A, LJ, N/A) Sally Metteer (12th, 5000m, 17:40.9) Jennifer Wagstaff (N/A, Shot Put/Discus)

1979 (t28th, 7 pts.)

Kelia Bolton (6th, 200m, 23.94) Michelle Hawthorne (5th, 400h, 1:00.03) Jan Oehm (5th, 10,000m, 34:27.8) Suzanne Richter (6th, 5000m, 16:59.74) Michelle Hawthorne, Cindy Banks, Elaine Parker, Kelia Bolton (6th, 440y Relay, 46.48) Pam Cox (22nd, 5000m, 18:34.3)

1980 (15th, 13 pts.)

Cindy Banks (5th, Pentathlon, 3783) Jan Oehm (6th, 10,000m, 33:55.59) Alice Trumbly (3rd, 1500m, 4:17.58) Michelle Hawthorne, Elaine Parker, Connie Culbert, Marian Franklin (4th, 800m Relay, 1:40.3) Lynn Hjelte (13th, 5000m, 16:53.7)

1981 (34th, 2 pts.)

Cindy Schmandt (5th, 3000m, 9:25.9)

1982 (2nd, 44 pts.)

Kathy Raugust (1st, Heptathlon, 5514; 8th, HJ, 5-8) Louise Romo (1st, 800m, 2:04.39) Margaret Spotts (4th, 1500m, 4:21.66) Sue Springer (8th, Discus, 147-11) Chris Viguie (4th, Heptathlon, 5161) Kim White (7th, 200m, 24.07) Connie Culbert, Louise Romo, Sally Meinbress, Kim White (2nd, 1600m Relay, 3:40.08)

Cal Women at the NCAA Championships Outdoors 1982 (39th, 6 pts.)

Kristen Engle (8th, Javelin, 166-10) Kathy Raugust (12th, Heptathlon, 5119)

1983 (49th, 6 pts.)

Louise Romo (7th, 1500m, 4:18.62)

1984 (38th, 9 pts.)

Louise Romo (5th, 800m, 2:04.07) Kim Kesler (12th, Discus, 161-6)

1985 (40th, 3 pts.)

Kirsten O’Hara (6th, 5000m, 15:46.8)

1986 (31st, 8 pts.)

Louise Romo (5th, 800m, 2:03.08) Sheila Hudson (5th, TJ, 43-2.25) Sally Wood (9th, 5000m, 16:33.35) Beth Vidakovits (9th, HJ, 5-11.5)

1987 (11th, 21 pts.)

Sheila Hudson (1st, TJ, 45-2.5; 2nd, LJ, 21-4.25) Kim Kesler (6th, Discus, 168-0.75)

1988 (T17th, 16 pts.)

Sheila Hudson (1st, TJ, 45-8w) Kirsten O’Hara (3rd, 10,000m, 32:52.86)

1989 (T57th, 2 pts.)

Beth Vidakovits (6th, HJ, 5-10.5)

1990 (11th, 23 pts.)

Sheila Hudson (1st, TJ, 46-0.75; 1st, LJ, 22-1) Sabrina Han (6th, 10,000m, 34:09.00) Laura Baker (9th, Heptathlon, 5377)

1991 (0 pts.)

Sabrina Han (9th, 10,000m, 34:20.26)

1992 (T54th, 2 pts.)

Laura Baker (7th, 800m, 2:05.57)

1993 (0 pts.)

Janet Bowie (10th, 10,000m, 36:39.43)

1994 (0 pts.)

Tenaya Soderman (9th, 10,000m, 35:16.44) Missy Maloata (19th, Shot Put, 45-10.75)

1995 (T57th, 1 pt)

Ifeoma Ozoeze (9th, Heptathlon, 5402) Tiffany Janssen (14th, Heptathlon, 5230) Amy Littlepage (t8th, TJ, 43-0.5) Annette Kailihiwa (t15th, Discus, 154-2) Liza Lopez (1500m, 4:43.15)

1996 (T55th, 2 pts.)

Amy Littlepage (7th, TJ, 42-8) Magdalena Lewy (5000m, 16:43.68) Latasha Gilliam (400m, DQ) 4x400m Relay Team (3:42.30)

1997 (T30th, 8 pts.)

Magdalena Lewy (3rd, 5000m, 16:04.86) Amy Littlepage (7th, TJ, 44-0.5) Elissa Riedy (DNQ, 1500m, 4:26.59)

1998 (T57th, 3 pts.)

Elissa Riedy (6th, 1500m, 4:21.42) Lori Riedy (19th, 5000m, 17:20.53)

1999 (T49th, 5 pts.)

Elissa Riedy (12th, 1500m, 4:43.59) Kristin Heaston (4th, Shot Put, 54-0) Jennifer Joyce (15th, Hammer, 183-9)

2000 (T19th, 12 pts.)

Missy Vanek (3rd, Heptathlon, 5614) Jennifer Joyce (4th, Hammer, 204-1) Maria Lopez (8th, PV, 13-1.5)

2001 (T60th, 2 pts.)

Dana Lawson (3rd, Shot Put, 53-7.5, indoors) Maria Lopez (7th, PV, 13-1.5) Dana Lawson (9th, Discus, 166-8) Jennifer Joyce (10th, Hammer, 193-0) Dana Lawson (15th, Shot Put, 50-8.25)

2002 (t29th, 10 pts.)

2003 (0 pts.)

Earls, Omwanghe, Hawes, Carter (17th, 4x100m, 45.06) Antonette Carter (20th, 100m, 11.87) Chloe Jarvis (21st, 800m, 2:08.07) Elzunia Lamb (28th, LJ, 18-01.00)

2004 (4 pts.)

Brooke Meredith (5th, Heptathlon, 5442 pts.) Sheni Russell (10th, Discus, 174-11) Omwanghe/Johnson/Hawes/Carter (18th, 4x100m, 45.18) Antonette Carter (20th, 200m, 23.55) Deanna Slaton (24th, 400mH, 59.91)

2005 (9 pts.)

Antonette Carter (7th, LJ, 20-05.75; 5th, 200m, 23.28) Alysia Johnson (6th, 800m, 2:06.88)

2006 (6 pts.)

Antonette Carter (11th, 200m, 23.39) Alysia Johnson (3rd, 800m, 2:03.04); (3rd, 800m, 2:06.42, indoors) Osarhiemen Omwanghe (20th, 100mH, 13.58) Emilee Strot (23rd, Discus, 155-07)

2006 (6 pts.)

Antonette Carter (11th, 200m, 23.39) Alysia Johnson (3rd, 800m, 2:03.04); (3rd, 800m, 2:06.42, indoors) Osarhiemen Omwanghe (20th, 100mH, 13.58) Emilee Strot (23rd, Discus, 155-07)

2007 (8th, 26 pts.)

Carrie Johnson (6th Hammer, 211-0) Kelechi Anyanwu (1st Discus, 188-11) Inika McPherson (6th High Jump, 5-10.75) Alysia Johnson (1st 800m, 1:59.29)

2008 (22nd, 11 pts.)

Katie Morgan (1st, Pole Vault, 13-9.25) Broom, Bonty, Holmes, Garrett (8th, 4x100m, 44.32)

2009 (0 pts.)

Kandi Bonty (14th, 400m, 53.99) Cherrelle Garrett (15th, 100m, 11.77) Alison Greggor (10,000m, DNF) Katie Morgan (13th, Pole Vault, 13-5.25) Tracey Stewart (27th, Triple Jump, 39-10) Allison Stokke (19th, Pole Vault, 12-9.50) Brook Turner (17th, 400m, 54.89) Broom/Bonty/Dixon/Garrett (13th, 4x100m Relay, 44.66)

Indoors 1990 (4th, 20pts.)

Sheila Hudson (1st, Long Jump, 21-9.5) Sheila Hudson (1st, Triple Jump, 45-9)

2001 (31st, 6PTS.)

Dana Lawson (3rd, Shot Put, 53-7.5)

2004 (29th, 6PTS.)

Brooke Meredith (3rd, Pentathlon, 4,189)

2006 (T35th, 6 PTS.)

Alysia Johnson (3rd, 800m, 2:06.42)

2007 (15th, 15PTS.)

Alysia Johnson (1st, 800m, 2:03.47) Inika McPherson (7th, High Jump, 6-0) Cassandra Strictland (6th, Triple Jump, 42-10 3/4)

2008 (T34th, 6 pts.)

Alysia Johnson (3rd, 800m, 2:05.47)

2009 (T41st, 5 pts.)

Cherrelle Garrett (14th, 60m, 7.42) Inika McPherson (4th, High Jump, 6-0) Kristen Meister (11th, High Jump, 5-8.75) Katie Morgan (N/A, Pole Vault, NH)

Erin Belger (3rd, 800m, 2:05.09) Jennifer Joyce (7th, Hammer, 201-10)

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Conference Champions Men Pacific Coast Conference Champions (51) Year Name 1919 H.W. Waltz Jack Merchant Jack Merchant John Jackson John Merchant 1920 O.O. Hendrickson Pesky Sprott John Merchant 1923 Bud Becker Jack Witter Bill Neufeldt S.S. Sorrenti Paul Boren 1926 Phil Barber Elmer Bondschu 1927 Oather Hampton 1936 Archie Williams Del Fishback Greg Stout 1937 Les Voorhees Guy Manuel 1938 Bob Law Guy Manuel 1939 Herb Michael Mel Long 1941 Grover Klemmer Barney Wolf Guinn Smith Luther Nichols

Event Mark 880y 2:00.0 Javelin 157-1 Hammer 140-8.50 High Jump 6-1 3/8 Long Jump 22-4.75 440y 49.6 880y 1:58.2 Long Jump 22-9.50 120y Hurdles 16.5 Shot Put 44-6.50 Discus 138-0 3/8 Javelin 174-10 Long Jump 22-5 220y 22.0 Long Jump 24-2.75 High Jump 6-1 440y 46.8 220y Hurdles 23.7 440y Hurdles 53.3 2 Mile 9:33.6 Long Jump 24-3 3/8 High Jump 6-4 Long Jump 24-2 Shot Put 52-4 1/2 High Jump 6-2 440y 46.4 Discus 159-3 7/8 Pole Vault 13-6 Pole Vault 13-6

Leamon King 1942 Hal Davis Hal Davis Ralph Dewey Bob Biles Luther Nichols 1948 Don Anderson Don Anderson Chuck Hanger 1949 Paul Mello 1950 Don Anderson 1953 Lon Spurrier 1954 John Stellern Larry Anderson 1956 Charlie Butt 1957 Leamon King Leamon King Don Bowden 1958 Willie White Willie White Jerry Siebert Don Bowden 1959 Willie White

100y 9.6 220y 21.6 2 Mile 9:20.3 Javelin 205-10 5/8 Pole Vault 13-6 100y 9.6 220y 21.1 High Jump 6-4 Mile 4:19.4 220y 21.9 880y 1:52.7 Shot Put 53-3.50 Pole Vault 13-9 Shot Put 57-8.75 100y 9.6 220y 21.5 880y 1:47.8 100y 9.6 220y 21.4 880y 1:51.0 Mile 4:03.7 220y Hurdles 23.0

Pacific-8 Conference Champions (29)

Willie White

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1960 Willie White Jack Yerman Jerry Siebert Tom Colton Terry Kelley 1961 Alan Gaylord 1963 Matt Baggett 1964 Dave Archibald Al Courchesne Dave Fishback

100y 440y 880y Pole Vault Pole Vault 3 Mile Shot Put 440y Mile Relay

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9.8 47.3 1:49.0 14-0 14-0 14:11.0 56-8.25 46.3 3:11.0

Forrest Beaty Dave Archibald Gene Johnson 1965 Forrest Beaty Forrest Beaty Bill Caldwell Dave Archibald Bob Brinkworth Forrest Beaty Chuck Glenn Dave Fishback Forrest Beaty Dave Archibald Bill Carter 1967 Paddy McCrary 1968 Gary Pennington 1970 Eddie Hart Don Couser Isaac Curtis Dave Masters Eddie Hart 1971 Rick Brown 1972 Jim Penrose Bruce Kennedy Rick Brown 1973 Rick Brown Wesley Walker McKinley Mosley Howard Strickland Sammy Burns 1975 James Robinson 1976 James Robinson 1977 Andy Clifford Scott Overton

High Jump 220y 440y 440y Relay

6-7.75 21.3 46.5 40.9

Mile Relay

3:09.3

High Jump 6-9.25 440y Hurdles 50.9 Javelin 239-2 100y 9.4 440y Relay 39.8

880y Discus Javelin 880y 880y 440y Relay

1:46.7 185-6 249-5 1:46.7 1:48.1 40.1

880y 800m 1500m Discus

1:49.1 1:49.1 3:42.3 195-8


Pacific-10 Conference Champions (37) 1981 Paul Bates Triple Jump 54-4.25 Larry Cowling 110y Hurdles 13.99 David Porath Shot Put 66-3 David Porath Discus 201-4 1982 Larry Cowling 400m Hurdles 50.14 1984 Jim Scannella 400m Hurdles 50.42 1985 Ken Williams Triple Jump 55-0 1986 Dave Chesarek 4x400m Relay 3:05.77 Peter Howard Walt Jones Atlee Mahorn 1987 Mike Harris High Jump 7-2.50 1988 Atlee Mahorn 200m 20.20 Kari Nisula Discus 196-10 David Ottaway 1500m 3:42.88 1989 Brent Burns Pole Vault 17-6.25 Mike Harris Triple Jump 54-0 1990 Mike Harris Triple Jump 54-2.50 1991 Chris Huffins Triple Jump 52-11.50 Brent Burns Pole Vault 18-1.25 R. Jimenez-Gaona Discus 200-4 1992 Brent Burns Pole Vault 18-4.50 R. Jimenez-Gaona Discus 210-11 1993 Chris Huffins Decathlon 7671 Kevin Keane High Jump 7-0.50 1994 Lee Adkins Long Jump 25-06.25 Richie Boulet 1500m 3:48.12 Kevin Keane High Jump 7-01.50 1995 Lenards Ozolinsh Triple Jump 54-0 1996 Lenards Ozolinsh Triple Jump 52-11 Chris Ferreira Long Jump 25-6.25 Richie Boulet 1500m 3:43.56 1997 Ross Bomben Decathlon 7551 1998 Ross Bomben Decathlon 7808 1999 Bevan Hart Decathlon 7662 2000 Bevan Hart Decathlon 7890 2001 Bolota Asmerom 5000m 14:07.23 2005 Paul Teinert Javelin 235-11 2007 Ed Wright High Jump 7-3 2008 Ed Wright High Jump 7-3.25

Helga Halldorsdottir 100m Hurdles 13.96 Helga Halldorsdottir 400m Hurdles 57.61 Sheila Hudson Triple Jump 41-6 Kim Kesler Discus 170-6 Louise Romo 800m 2:04.65 Sally Wood 5000m 17:05.69 Sally Wood 10,000m 35:34.44

Pacific-10 Conference Champions (16) 1987 Sheila Hudson 1989 Beth Vidakovits 1990 Sabrina Han Sheila Hudson 1995 Amy Littlepage Ifeoma Ozoeze 1996 Amy Littlepage 1997 Amy Littlepage 2000 Missy Vanek 2002 Jennifer Joyce 2005 Chloe Jarvis 2007 Alysia Johnson 2008 Alysia Johnson Kimyon Broom 2009 Kimyon Broom Inika McPherson

Triple Jump 44-8 High Jump 5-10.75 5000m 16:25.41 Triple Jump 42-2.25w Triple Jump 42-9 Heptathlon 5624 Triple Jump 42-4 Triple Jump 43-3 Heptathlon 5505 Hammer 204-1 800m 2:04.53 800m 2:01.74 800m 2:00.57 100m Hurdles 13.26 100m Hurdles 13.02 High Jump 5-11.25

Sheni Russell

Women Northern Pacific Conference Champions (17) 1983 Connie Culbert 200m 24.2w Connie Culbert 400m 54.8 Louise Romo 1500m 4:18.2 1984 Marilyn Davis 1500m 4:24.07 Kim While 400m 54.52 Brenda Bertillion 4x400m Relay 3:46.32 Gina Cole Louise Romo Jeannie Arnold 1985 Roberta Eccles 400m Hurdles 59.12 Helga Halldorsdottir 100m Hurdles 14.09 Kirsten O’Hara 10,000m 33:44.19 1986 Allison Eades Heptathlon 4513

Sheila Hudson

CAL SALUTES TRACK & FIELD OFFICIALS The Golden Bears would like to recognize the track & field officials and volunteers who have devoted years of service ensuring quality meets at Edwards Stadium. The California track & field athletes and staff salute these officials for their outstanding work and dedication to the sport. Jay Abbott Mike Aro Joe Assereto John Auka Don Bailes Michael Boot Dennis Boyle Mary Cabral Rich Cabral Maria Castillo Dino Certa John Coie

Edith Coleman Bruce Colman Keith Conning Richard Connors Shirley Connors Stephen Crow Nadine Davis Gail Decatur-Boswell Leon Glover Ed Gordon Peter Guerrini Mike Hammerquist

James Hart Debra Harvey Bill Hawkes J R Heberle Irene Herman Al Hernandez Ed Hicks Bob Hughey Joe Keever George Kleeman Sean Laughlin Michel Leonard

John Lilygren Baird Lloyd John Luppes – Emeritus Bruce Makinson Liesbeth Matthieu Sonny Maynard Christina McKinstry Leroy Milam Dave Miller Charles Murphy John Murray

Sue Murray Bill Pratt – Emeritus John Pretto Jon Price Beth Price Roger Quimby Robert Rauch Sue Rembao Frank Ruona Stuart Sampson Margaret Sheehan John Shirey

Dolton Simmons Bob Thompson Ron Toth Karl Uebel Richard Urband Susie Van Buskirk James Waldron Jeannie White Karen Williams Leon Wimbley John Wise Dan Wright

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All-Americans/NCAA Champions CAL ALL-AMERICANS Men

(262 honors by 164 athletes) Adkins, Lee................................................1 Anderson, Don..........................................3 Anderson, George.....................................2 Anderson, Lawrence.................................1 Archibald, Dave.........................................3 Asmerom, Bolota.......................................1 Barnes, Clarence.......................................1 Beaty, Forrest............................................5 Biles, Martin...............................................2 Biles, Robert..............................................2 Bomben, Ross...........................................2 Boulet, Richie............................................6 Bowden, Don.............................................1 Brown, Rick...............................................2 Burns, Brent..............................................1 Burns, Sammy...........................................1 Butt, Charlie...............................................1 Churchill, Kenneth.....................................2 Clark, Bob..................................................1 Clifford, Andy.............................................1 Coe, Michael.............................................3 Courchesne, Al..........................................1 Couser, Don..............................................1 Cowling, Larry...........................................5 Curtis, Isaac..............................................3 Davis, Harold.............................................4 Davis, Kevin..............................................2 DeSomber, Nate........................................1 Dewey, Ralph............................................1 Downs, Tom...............................................2 Dunn, Rich.................................................1 Fishback, Dave..........................................2 Friedenback, Francis.................................1 Gadayan, Francis......................................1 Gaskill, Todd..............................................1 Ghebray, Giliat...........................................1 Glasgow, David.........................................1 Glenn, Chuck.............................................3 Groswird, Keith..........................................1 Guss, Lloyd...............................................2 Hampton, Oather.......................................1 Hanger, Chuck...........................................1 Hanson, Jake............................................1 Harris, Mike...............................................1 Hart, Bevan...............................................3 Hart, Eddie................................................4 Hengl, Larry...............................................2 House, Bob................................................2 Huffins, Chris.............................................1 Jett, Rod....................................................2 Jimenez-Gaona, Ramon...........................3 Johnson, Gene..........................................2 Kennedy, Bruce.........................................1 King, Leamon............................................1 Klemmer, Grover.......................................1 Luper, Damien...........................................1 Mackey, George........................................1 Maggard, Dave Jr......................................1 Mahorn, Atlee............................................2 Maric, Martin..............................................2 Marlow, Michael.........................................1 Masters, Dave...........................................1 Matinolli, Jari.............................................1 Matusak, Mark...........................................1 Mauger, Jack.............................................1 McAlexander, Ross...................................2 McGuirk, Tom............................................1 McLean, Robert.........................................2 Merchant, Jack..........................................2 Michael, Herb............................................1 Miller, Ed....................................................1 Mosley, McKinley.......................................1 Nichols, John.............................................1 Nichols, Luther..........................................1 Nisula, Kari................................................3 Norris, Allen...............................................1 Nutter, Travis.............................................3 Nutting, Arnold...........................................1 Olsen, Roger.............................................1 Ozolinsh, Lenards.....................................1 Phelps, Clarence.......................................1 Porath, David.............................................1

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Robinson, James.......................................1 Rogers, Jeff...............................................1 Roseme, George.......................................1 Sam, Sebastian.........................................1 Scannella, Jim...........................................1 Schmidt, Don.............................................1 Shafer, Mike..............................................1 Siebert, Jerry.............................................1 Simpson, Len............................................1 Smith, Devone...........................................1 Smith, Guinn..............................................2 Smith, Holden............................................1 Solis, Nestor..............................................1 Spurrier, Lon..............................................1 Steen, Dave...............................................2 Stellern, John............................................1 Strickland, Howard....................................1 Taylor, Keith...............................................1 Teinert, Paul..............................................2 Timmons, David.........................................1 Torrence, David.........................................1 Van Tress, Charles....................................1 Walker, Greg..............................................1 Walker, Wesley..........................................3 Wallace, Paul.............................................2 Watts, Don.................................................1 White, John...............................................1 Williams, Archie.........................................1 Williams, Ken.............................................1 Teak Wilburn..............................................1 Wirtz, John................................................1 Wolf, Barney..............................................1 Wright, Ed..................................................4 Yerman, Jack.............................................1 Yerxa, Max.................................................1

Women

(79 honors by 48 athletes) Anyanwu, Kelechi......................................1 Baker, Laura..............................................1 Banks, Cindy.............................................2 Belger, Erin................................................1 Bolton, Kelia..............................................2 Bonty, Kandi..............................................1 Broom, Kimyon..........................................1 Carter, Antonette.......................................3 Culbert, Connie.........................................2 Dixon, Kayla..............................................1 Engle, Kristen............................................1 Franklin, Marian.........................................1 Garrett, Cherrelle.......................................1 Han, Sabrina.............................................1 Hawthorne, Michelle..................................3 Heaston, Kristin.........................................1 Holmes, Kristin..........................................1 Hudson, Sheila..........................................6 Janssen, Tiffany.........................................1 Johnson, Alysia.........................................6 Johnson, Carrie.........................................1 Joyce, Jennifer..........................................2 Kesler, Kim................................................1 Lawson, Dana...........................................2 Lewy, Magdalena.......................................1 Littlepage, Amy..........................................3 Lopez, Maria..............................................2 McPherson, Inika.......................................3 Meinbress, Sally........................................1 Meredith, Brooke.......................................2 Morgan, Katie............................................1 O’Hara, Kristen..........................................2 Oehm, Jan.................................................2 Parker, Elaine............................................2 Raugust, Kathy..........................................1 Richter, Suzanne.......................................1 Riedy, Elissa..............................................2 Romo, Louise............................................5 Schmandt, Cindy.......................................1 Soderman, Tenaya....................................1 Spotts, Margaret........................................1 Strickland, Cassandra...............................1 Trumbly, Alice............................................1 Vanek, Missy.............................................1 Vidakovits, Beth.........................................1 Viguie, Chris..............................................1 White, Kim.................................................1

CALIFORNIA NCAA CHAMPIONS Men Year

Name

Event

Mark

1922 1922 1922 1925 1930 1932 1936 1940 1941 1941 1942 1942 1942 1943 1943 1952 1954 1957 1962 1964 1965 1970 1970 1976 1981 1988 1993 2000 2009

John Merchant John Merchant Allen Norris Oather Hampton Ken Churchill Ken Churchill Archie Williams Marty Biles Marty Biles Guinn Smith Hal Davis Hal Davis Bob Biles Hal Davis Hal Davis George Roseme Larry Anderson Don Bowden Roger Olsen Al Courchesne Dave Fishback Forrest Beaty Dave Archibald Chuck Glenn Dave Fishback Forrest Beaty Dave Archibald Eddie Hart Don Couser Isaac Curtis Dave Masters Eddie Hart Ed Miller Larry Cowling Kari Nisula Chris Huffins Bevan Hart Martin Maric

Hammer Shot Put Pole Vault High Jump Javelin Javelin 400m Javelin Javelin Pole Vault 100m 220m Javelin 100m 220m Javelin Pole Vault 880m High Jump Mile Relay

161-4 44-6.50 12-6 6-2 204-2 215-0 47.0 204-10 220-1 14-2 9.6 21.2 213-9.75 10.0 21.4 228-8.75 14-2 1:47.2 6-10 3:07.4

Mile Relay

3:07.5

100m 4x110y Relay

9.4 40.3

Decathlon 110m Hurdles Discus Decathlon Decathlon Discus

7443 13.60 190-7 8007 8002 196-3

Women Year

Name

Event

1987 1988 1990 1990 1990 1990 2007 2008

Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Shelia Hudson Shelia Hudson Alysia Johnson Kelechi Anyanwu Alysia Johnson Alysia Johnson Katie Morgan

Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Long Jump 800m Discus 800m 800m-USATF Pole Vault

California Golden Bears 2010 Track & Field

Mark 45-2.50 45-8 46-0.75 22-1 21-9.5i 45-9i 1:59.29 188-11 2:03.47i 1:59.47 13-9.25


Olympians & Olympic Coaches Cal Athletes in the Olympic Games 1906 (Athens) Robert Edgren (Shot Put, DNP; Discus, DNP)

1964 (Tokyo) Jerome Siebert (800m, 6th, 1:47.0)

1912 (Stockholm) Fred Allen (Long Jump, 6th, 22-9.25) Walter McClure (800m, DNQ, NA; 1500m, DNQ, 4:07.3)

1968 (Mexico City) Dave Maggard (Shot Put, 5th, 63-9) Dave Smith (Triple Jump, 21st, 51-8.25)

1920 (Antwerp) Brutus Hamilton (Decathlon, Silver Medal, 5937 points; Pentathlon, 6th, NA) Harry Liversedge (Shot Put, Bronze Medal, 46-5.25) John Merchant (Long Jump, 11th, 21-4) Harold “Brick” Muller (High Jump, Silver Medal, 6-2.75) Augustus “Gus” Pope (Discus, Bronze Medal, 138-2) Albert “Pesky” Sprott (800m, 6th, 1:56.4) 1924 (Paris) Paul Boren (Long Jump, alternate) Brutus Hamilton (Pentathlon, DNF) Harry Liversedge (Shot Put, alternate) John Merchant (Hammer, 9th, 135-11) William Neufeld (Javelin, 5th, 196-9) Augustus “Gus” Pope (Discus, 4th, 145-9) 1932 (Los Angeles) Brutus Hamilton (USA Assistant Coach) Kenneth Churchill (Javelin, 6th, 207-6) Robert Kiesel (4x100m Relay, Gold Medal, 40.0) 1936 (Berlin) Brutus Hamilton (USA Assistant Coach) Robert Clark (Decathlon, Silver Medal, 7601 points; Long Jump, 6th, 25-2) Archie Williams (400m, Gold Medal, 46.5) 1948 (London) Martin Biles (Javelin, 6th, 213-9) Owen Guinn Smith (Pole Vault, Gold Medal, 14-1.25) Kaare Vefling (Norway; 1500m, DNQ, 3:47.48) 1952 (Helsinki) Brutus Hamilton (USA Head Coach) Sloss Price King (10,000m walk, DNQ, 51:08.6)

1972 (Munich) Eddie Hart (4x100m Relay, Gold Medal, 38.19; 100m, DNQ, 10.47) Bruce Kennedy (Rhodesia; Javelin, NA) Roddy Lee (Taiwan; 110m high hurdles, NA) Dave Smith (Triple Jump, 32nd, 47-9) 1976 (Montreal) Bruce Kennedy (Rhodesia; Javelin, NA) Marilyn Neufville (Jamaica; 400mH, NA) James Robinson (800m, DNQ, 1:46.43) Quentin Wheeler (400mH, 4th, 49.86) 1980 (Moscow)* Lloyd Guss (Canada; 400mH, NA; 4x400m Relay, NA) Bruce Kennedy (Javelin, DNC) Brian Maxwell (Canada; Marathon, NA) James Robinson (800m, DNC) Dave Steen (Canada; Decathlon, NA) * USA team boycotted and did not compete 1984 (Los Angeles) Lloyd Guss (Canada; 400mH, NA; 4x400m Relay, NA) Atlee Mahorn (Canada, 200m, DNQ, 20.78; 4x100m Relay, DNC, 39.54) Dave Steen (Canada; Decathlon, 17th, 7532 points)

1988 (Seoul) Atlee Mahorn (Canada; 200m, 5th, 20.39; 4x100m Relay, 7th, 38.93) Dave Steen (Canada; Decathlon, Bronze Medal, 8328 points) 1992 (Barcelona) Ramon Jimenez-Gaona (Paraguay; Discus) Erv Hunt (USA Assistant Coach) Al Baeta (USA Men’s Olympic Staff) 1996 (Atlanta) Erv Hunt (USA Men’s Head Coach) Chris Huffins (Decathlon, 10th, 8300 points) Sheila Hudson (triple jump, 11th, 46-0) Ramon Jimenez-Gaona (Paraguay; Discus, 201-4) Thomas McGuirk (Ireland, 400mH, 50.76) Al Baeta (USA Men’s Head Manager) 2000 (Sydney) Bolota Asmerom (Eritrea, 5000m, 14:15.26) Chris Huffins (Decathlon, Bronze Medal, 8595 points) Thomas McGuirk (Ireland, 400mH, 51.73) 2004 (Athens) Kristin Heaston (Shot Put, DNQ for final, 56-4) Grace Upshaw (Long Jump, 10th, 21-9.5) 2008 (Beijing) Magdalena Lewy (Marathon, DNF) Martin Maric (Discus, 29th, 59.25) Kristin Heaston (Shot Put, DNQ for final, 56-10) Grace Upshaw (Long Jump, 8th, 21-7) Amin Nikfar (Shot Put, NM)

California Olympic Champions Year

Name

Event

Mark

Gold Medalists 1932............Bob Kiesel................................. 4x100m relay....................................... 40.0 1936............Archie Williams.......................... 400 meters.......................................... 46.5 1948............Guinn Smith............................... Pole Vault.......................................14-1.25 1956............Leamon King............................. 4x100m relay....................................... 39.5 1960............Jack Yerman.............................. 4x400m relay.................................... 3:02.2 1972............Eddie Hart................................. 4x100m relay..................................... 38.19

Silver Medalists

1956 (Melbourne) Don Bowden (1500m, DNQ, 3:59.7) Leamon King (4x100m Relay, Gold Medal, 39.5) Lon Spurrier (800m, 6th, 1:49.3)

1920............Brutus Hamilton......................... Decathlon........................................... 5937 1920............Harold “Brick” Mueller................ High Jump........................................6-2.75 1936............Bob Clark................................... Decathlon........................................... 7601

1960 (Rome) Jerome Siebert (800m, DNQ, 1:48.1) Jack Yerman (400m, DNQ, 48.9; 4x400m Relay, Gold Medal, 3:02.2)

1920............Harry Liversedge....................... Shot Put.........................................46-5.25 1988............Dave Steen................................ Decathlon........................................... 8328 2000............Chris Huffins.............................. Decathlon........................................... 8595

Bronze Medalists

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World Records California World and American Record Holders Year Name Event 1914 Eddie Beeson High Jump 1932 Bob Kiesel 400m Relay 1932 Bob Kiesel 400m Relay 1935 Tom Moore 120y Hurdles 1936 Archie Williams 400m 1941 Hal Davis 100m 1941 Grover Klemmer 440y 1941 Grover Klemmer 400m 1941 Reese, Froom, Barnes, Klemmer Mile Relay 1941 Reese, Klemmer, Peter, Barnes 2-Mile Relay 1942 Hal Davis 100y 1955 Lon Spurrier 880y 1955 Lon Spurrier 1000y 1956 Leamon King 100y 1956 Leamon King 100m 1956 Leamon King 400m Relay 1956 Leamon King 880y Relay 1956 Lon Spurrier Mile Relay 1956 Lon Spurrier 2-Mile Relay 1958 Orme, Siebert, Yerman, Bowden 2-Mile Relay 1958 Yerman, Orme, White, Bowden Sprint Medley Relay 1958 Yerman, Upshaw, White, Bowden Sprint Medley Relay 1959 Jack Yerman 6607 1960 Jack Yerman Mile Relay 1960 Jack Yerman 1600m Relay 1960 Jack Yerman 2-Mile Relay 1960 Jerry Siebert 2- Mile Relay 1972 Eddie Hart 100m 1972 Eddie Hart 400m Relay *Collegiate record as well as world record (when set)

Mark 6-7.25 40.6 40.0 14.2 46.1* 10.2 46.4* 46.0* 3:09.4* 7:34.5* 9.4* 1:47.5 2:08.5 9.3* 10.1 (twice)* 39.5 1:23.8 3:07.3 7:22.9 7:20.9 * 3:19.8* 3:18.8* 1:17.0* 3:05.6 3:02.2 7:19.4 7:19.4 9.9 38.19

Additional American Record Setters Year 1909 1911 1911 1914 1914 1920 1935 1957 1971 1972 1979 1987 1987 1990 1990 1990 1991 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996

Name Ollie Snedigar Ollie Snedigar Ollie Snedigar Harry Liversedge Frances Jackling Brutus Hamilton Bob Clark Don Bowden Rick Brown Dave Smith Andy Clifford Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson

Event Javelin Javelin Javelin Javelin Shot Put Decathlon Decathlon Mile 600 Meters Triple Jump 6000m Relay Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump

Mark 160-10.5 165-2.375 166-1 184-9.5 34-1.875 7022.9815 7595 3:58.7 1:16.2* 56-0 14:46.3 45-2.5* 45-5.25* 45-9i* 45-7.75* 46-0.75* 46-8.25 46-8.25 46-8.25i 46-9 47-2.25 47-3.5

National Champions (TAC/AAU/USATF) Year 1904

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Name Alfred Plaw

Event Hammer Throw

Mark 162-0

1905 1911 1920 1927 1929 1934 1935 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1947 1957 1962 1962 1963 1963 1971 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1981 1982 1984 1987 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1998 1998 1999 2002 2003 2003 2003 2005 2005 2005 2007

Alfred Plaw Ollie Snedigar Brutus Hamilton Jack Merchant Jack Merchant Bob Clark Bob Clark Tom Moore Hal Davis Hal Davis Grover Klemmer Hal Davis Grover Klemmer Hal Davis Hal Davis Hal Davis Hal Davis Marty Biles Marty Biles Les Howe Guinn Smith Leamon King Jerry Siebert Jack Yerman Gene Johnson Jack Yerman Dave Smith James Robinson Bruce Kennedy James Robinson James Robinson James Robinson Mike Marlow James Robinson Bruce Kennedy James Robinson James Robinson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Chris Huffins Sheila Hudson Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Grace Upshaw Travis Nutter Alysia Johnson

Hammer Throw Javelin Throw Pentathlon Hammer Throw Hammer Throw Decathlon Decathlon 400m Hurdles 100m 200m 400m 200m 400m 100m 200m 100m 200m Javelin Throw Javelin Throw High Jump Pole Vault 100y 880y 600y High Jump 600y Triple Jump 800m Javelin Throw 800m 800m 800m Triple Jump 800m Javelin Throw 800m 800m Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump Decathlon Triple Jump Long Jump Long Jump Shot Put Shot Put Shot Put Long Jump Hammer 800m

163-4 165-0.20 17 170-7.5 170-6 7955.05 7929.22 53.5 10.3 20.45 47.0 20.45 46.0 10.5 20.95 10.3w 20.2w 202-5 211-0 6-5.75 14-0i 9.7 1:47.1 1:11.6i* 7-0 1:09.4i 53-4.75i 1:46.63 262-3 1:45.47 1:45.82 1:46.2 54-6.5i 1:45.53 276-8 1:46.12 1:47.46 45-5.25 45-6.5w 46-2 46-8.25 44-3.25i 45-3.5i 46-8.25 48-1.5w 46-8.25i 46-7.5i 45-0.25 8694 8350 20-0.5 21-9.5 60-1.75 59-2i 61-3.5 22-1 245-7 1:59.29

National Junior Champions Year 1983 1987 1990 1992 1994 1996 2003 2004 2005

Name Ken Williams Brent Burns Roslyn Mack Richie Boulet Ross Bomben Elissa Riedy Kevin Davis David Torrence Mark Matusak

Event Triple Jump Pole Vault 400m Hurdles 1500m Decathlon 1500m 3000m Steeplechase 1500m 1500m

* Collegiate record as well as world record (when set) i Indoors w Wind-aided mark

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Mark 53-10.5 16-6.75 59.32 3:53.74 6863 4:28.19 9:01.34 3:51.36 3:47.07


World/U.S. Rankings The following is a list of California track & field athletes who have been top 10 ranked in the world and the United States as compiled and published by Track & Field News. Men’s world rankings began in 1947 and women’s rankings in 1956. U.S. rankings for men began in 1963 and for women in 1976. All U.S. listings prior to 1963 for men and 1976 for women were extracted from the world list. Athlete

World U.S.

100 METERS

Leamon King Leamon King Leamon King Willie White Willie White Eddie Hart Isaac Curtis Eddie Hart Eddie Hart Isaac Curtis Eddie Hart Eddie Hart

10 3 2 4 10 6 - - 3 - - -

7 3 2 4 5 4 7 5 2 9 7 7

200 METERS

Leamon King Eddie Hart Eddie Hart Eddie Hart Eddie Hart Kelia Bolton Kelia Bolton Atlee Mahorn Atlee Mahorn Atlee Mahorn

5 - - - 7 - - 4 8 6

3 7 8 9 4 9 8 - - -

400 METERS

Jack Yerman Dave Archibald Forrest Beaty

9 7 9

4 3 5

800 METERS

Lon Spurrier Lon Spurrier Don Bowden Jerry Siebert Jerry Siebert Jerry Siebert Jack Yerman Jerry Siebert James Robinson Rick Brown Rick Brown Rick Brown Rick Brown James Robinson Rick Brown James Robinson James Robinson Mike White James Robinson James Robinson Mike White James Robinson James Robinson James Robinson Louise Romo Louise Romo James Robinson James Robinson James Robinson Alysia Johnson Alysia Johnson Alysia Johnson

7 7 3 5 2 2 6 5 9 - - - - - - 4 3 - 5 2 - 3 6 9 - - - - - - - -

4 3 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 8 6 5 6 2 6 1 1 9 2 1 8 1 2 3 7 5 7 4 5 6 1 4

Year 1955 1956 1957 1957 1958 1970 1970 1971 1972 1972 1978 1979 1957 1969 1970 1971 1972 1978 1980 1986 1988 1991 1958 1962 1965 1955 1956 1957 1960 1961 1962 1962 1964 1974 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 1976 1978 1979 1979 1980 1981 1981 1982 1983 1984 1982 1985 1985 1986 1988 2006 2007 2008

MILE/1500

Andy Clifford Louise Romo Richie Boulet

- - -

10 10 4

STEEPLECHASE

Bob Price Bob Price Bob Price Bob Price Bob Price Bob Price

- - - - - -

8 4 2 3 2 3

5,000 METERS

Bolota Asmerom Bolota Asmerom Bolota Asmerom Bolota Asmerom

- - - -

5 6 5 8

10,000 METERS

Jan Oehm Jan Oehm Kirsten O’Hara

- - -

9 9 3

MARATHON

Magdalena Lewy Magdalena Lewy Magdalena Lewy Peter Gilmore Peter Gilmore

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9 6 3 7 7

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Carl Florant Larry Cowling Larry Cowling Larry Cowling

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6 5 5 4

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400 METER HURDLES

Paddy McCrary Paddy McCrary Paddy McCrary Quentin Wheeler Quentin Wheeler Quentin Wheeler Quentin Wheeler Michelle Hawthorne Larry Cowling Larry Cowling Larry Cowling

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HIGH JUMP

Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Roger Olsen Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Gene Johnson Clarence Johnson Clarence Johnson John Morris Inika McPherson

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POLE VAULT

Guinn Smith Guinn Smith Greg Miguel Brent Burns Brent Burns

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1 1 7 9 5

LONG JUMP

Monte Upshaw Stan Royster Stan Royster Stan Royster

1979 1984 1998

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1966 1967 1969 1976 1977 1978 1979 1979 1982 1981 1983 1962 1963 1963 1965 1966 1967 1967 1969 1990 2007 1947 1948 1967 1993 1994 1954 1969 1970 1971

CAL IN THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 1983 1987 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2003 2005 2007 2009

James Robinson, 5th, 800m (1:45.12) Atlee Mahorn, 8th, 200m (20.78); 4th, 4x100m Relay (38.47) (Canada) Atlee Mahorn, 3rd, 200m (20.49) Atlee Mahorn, semi, 200m (20.80); 3rd, 4x100m relay (37.83) (Canada) Sheila Hudson, triple jump Chris Huffins, 8th, decathlon (8193) Chris Huffins, DNF, decathlon Chris Huffins, 3rd, decathlon (8547) Grace Upshaw, 8th, long jump (21-2.75) Kristin Heaston, shot put (54-9.50) Grace Upshaw, 7th, long jump (21-4.25) Kristin Heaston, shot put (57-6.25) Grace Upshaw, long jump (21-2.75) Alysia Johnson, 4th heat, 800m (2:02.11) Jennifer Joyce, hammer (220-0) (Canada) James Brewer, 6th heat, 1500m (3:37.27) (England)

Mike Marlow Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw Grace Upshaw

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TRIPLE JUMP

Dave Smith Dave Smith Jim Fraser Dave Smith Jim Fraser Dave Smith Mike Marlow Mike Marlow Mike Marlow Mike Marlow Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Amy Littlepage Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson Sheila Hudson

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SHOT PUT

John Stellern Charlie Butt Charlie Butt Dave Maggard Dave Maggard Dave Maggard Dave Maggard

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1981 1987 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

7 2 8 2 7 2 9 5 7 5 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 10 1 5 3 3

1967 1970 1970 1971 1972 1972 1979 1980 1982 1983 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

7 6 5 8 9 5 5

1954 1956 1959 1963 1964 1965 1966

Dave Maggard Dave Maggard Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston Kristin Heaston

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DISCUS

Jim Penrose Gale Zaphiropoulos Gale Zaphiropoulos Gale Zaphiropoulos Kelechi Anyanwu Kelechi Anyanwu

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3 3 5 3 1 2 1 3 2 5 5 10 9 9 8 9

1973 1980 1981 1984 2007 2008

4 9 6 5 4 1 5 3 4

1998 2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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HAMMER

Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter Travis Nutter

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JAVELIN

Marty Biles Marty Biles Marty Biles Bruce Kennedy Bruce Kennedy Bruce Kennedy Bruce Kennedy Bruce Kennedy

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DECATHLON

Dave Steen Dave Steen Dave Steen Dave Steen Chris Huffins Chris Huffins Chris Huffins Chris Huffins Ross Bomben Chris Huffins Bevan Hart Ross Bomben Chris Huffins Bevan Hart Bevan Hart

10 5 6 3 8 10 7 5 - 5 - - 4 - -

1967 1968 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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Don Bowden - USATF Hall of Fame

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Don Bowden Inducted into USATF Hall of Fame

alifornia track and field hall of fame member Don Bowden was named to the USA Track & Field Hall of Fame as announced by the organization on Nov. 4, 2008. A 1956 Olympic Team member, Bowden was the first American to break the fourminute barrier in the mile, running 3:58.7 on June 1, 1957, in Stockton, Calif. His school-record time stood for almost 50 years before David Torrence completed the distance in 3:58.62 at the California Collegiate Challenge on April 28, 2007, at Edwards Stadium. A 1956 Olympian in the 1500 and the 1957 NCAA outdoor 880-yard champion, Bowden was ranked third in the world in the 800 meters by Track & Field News in 1957. He also ran the third leg (1:49.5) for Cal’s quartet that set the 4x880-yard relay world record time of 7:21.0 in Los Angeles on May 24, 1957. Bowden competed for the Golden Bears from 1956-58 and was inducted into the Cal Hall of Fame in 1987.

Don Bowden

Legendary Track & Field coach Brutus Hamilton with Don Bowden

Don Bowden with David Torrence shortly after Torrence broke Bowden's almost-50-year-old record in the mile

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California Hall of Fame Cal Athletic Hall of Fame Track & Field Inductees Don Anderson - Track & Field 1947-50 (Inducted 2007) Forrest Beaty - Track & Field 1966 (Inducted 2001) Eddie Beeson - Track & Field 1911-14 (Inducted 1990) Martin Biles - Track & Field 1939-41 (Inducted 2002) Don Bowden - Track & Field 1956-58 (Inducted 1987) Charlie Butt - Track & Field 1954-56 (Inducted 2006) Walter Christie - Track & Field Coach 1901-32 (Inducted 1987) Kenneth Churchill - Track & Field 1929-31 (Inducted 2000) Robert Clark - Track & Field 1934 - 35 (Inducted 1993) Larry Cowling - Track & Field 1979-82 (Inducted 1996) Emery Curtice - Track & Field 1927-29 (Inducted 1999) Hal Davis - Track & Field 1942-43 (Inducted 1990) Brutus Hamilton - Track & Field Coach 1933-65 (Inducted 1986) Chuck Hanger - Track & Field 1948 (Inducted 1992) Eddie Hart - Track & Field 1970 (Inducted 1988) Sheila Hudson - Track And Field 1986-90 (Inducted 1999) Gene Johnson - Track & Field (Inducted 1988) Robert Kiesel - Track & Field 1931-34 (Inducted 1995) Leamon King - Track & Field 1956-57 (Inducted 1987) Grover Klemmer - Track & Field 1942-43 (Inducted 1988) Harry Liversedge - Track & Field 1915-17 (Inducted 1996) Dave Maggard - Track & Field 1960-62, Director of Athletics 1972-1990 (Inducted 1996) O.C. “Cort” Majors - Track & Field 1918-1921 (Inducted 1990)

Jack Merchant - Track & Field 1920-22 (Inducted 1992) Ed Miller - Track & Field 1975-76 (Inducted 2002) Clinton “Brick” Morse - Track & Field 1892-95 (Inducted 1988) Harold “Brick” Muller - Track & Field 1920-22 (Inducted 1986) Bill Neufeld - Track & Field 1923-24 (Inducted 1998) Kirsten O’Hara - Cross Country/Track & Field 1985-88 (Inducted 2006) Dick Peter - Track & Field 1940-41 (Inducted 1950-53) Irving Phillips - Track & Field 1926-28 (Inducted 1994) Al Ragan - Track & Field 1925-27, Track & Field Head Coach 1943-45, Track & Field Asst. Coach 1928-77 (Inducted 1988) James Robinson - Track & Field 1975-76 (Inducted 1990) Louise Romo - Track & Field 1982-86 (Inducted 1993) George Roseme - Track & Field 1949-52 (Inducted 2005) Jerry Siebert - Track & Field 1959-60 (Inducted 1997) Guinn Smith - Track & Field 1940-42 (Inducted 1987) Warren “Locomotive” Smith - Track & Field 1899 (Inducted 1995) Pesky Sprott - Track & Field 1920-22 (Inducted 1993) Lon Spurrier - Track & Field 1952-55 (Inducted 1998) Monte Upshaw - Track & Field 1954-58 (Inducted 2007) Wesley Walker - Track & Field 1974-77 (Inducted 1992) Mike White - Track & Field 1955-57 (Inducted 2007) Archie Williams - Track & Field 1936-38 (Inducted 1986) Jack Yerman - Track & Field 1958-1960 (Inducted 1994)

Clockwise (from lower left): Ed Miller, Brutus Hamilton, Louise Romo Banks and Archie Williams.

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CALIFORNIA TRACK & FIELD

tradition Brutus Hamilton

Hall of Fame Head Coach

Atlee Mahorn

Dave Maggard

Bevan Hart

200m All-American

Shot Put All-American

Decathlon NCAA Champion

Don Bowden

NCAA 800m Champion, 1500m and Mile All-American

Monte Upshaw

World Record Holder (Sprint Medley Relay)

Travis Nutter

Lon Spurrier

Olympic Gold Medalist (1600m relay) World Record Holder (800m)

Hammer All-American

Erv Hunt

Martin Biles

NCAA Javelin Champion

Don Anderson

Two-Time All-American (100m and 200m)

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Eddie Hart

Hall of Fame Head Coach

100m and 440m Relay NCAA Champion

George Roseme

NCAA Javelin Champion

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Rhuben Williams

All-American Shot Putter


Helga Haldorsdottir Louise Romo

AIAW 800m Champion and 800m All-American

School Record Holder (400m Hurdles)

Sabrina Han

10,000m All-American

Sheila Hudson

3-Time NCAA Champion Triple Jumper, Long Jump All-American

Kristin Heaston

All-American Shot Putter

Missy Vanek

All-American Heptathlete

Joslyn and Roslyn Mack

(R. Mack: Cal Freshman Record Holder 400m Hurdles)

Erin Belger

800m All-American

Beth Vidakovits

All-American High Jumper

Sheni Russell

Discus All-American

Kirsten O’Hara

All-American Distance Runner

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California Track & Field

Olympians

Golden Bears in the Olympics Cal Olympic Facts Total Number of Competitors 45 athletes made 63 appearancesin 22 Games.

Most Appearances

3 – Dave Steen Steen competed for his native Canada (1980, 1984 and 1988) in the decathlon, earning a bronze medal in 1988. Bruce Kennedy was selected to three Olympic Teams – 1972 and 1976 for Rhodesia, which was banned by the IOC, and in 1980 for the United States, which boycotted the Moscow Games.

Archie Williams 1936 Olympics

Martin Maric 2008 Olympics

Medal Count 12

(6 Gold, 3 Silver and 3 Bronze)

Ramon Jimenez-Gaona 1992 and 1996 Olympics

Grace Upshaw

Kristin Heaston

Dave Steen

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2008 Olympics

Bolota Asmerom

2008 Olympics

1980, 1984 and 1988 Olympics

Magdalena Lewy

2004 and 2008 Olympics

2000 Olympics

Sheila Hudson 1996 Olympics

Owen Guinn Smith 1948 Olympics

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Amin Nikfar

2008 Olympics

Erv Hunt

1992 and 1996 Olympics

Chris Huffins

1996 and 2000 Olympics


Edwards Stadium & Goldman Field

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ong considered one of the finest track & field facilities in the world, the University of California’s Edwards Stadium has a legacy unmatched in collegiate track and field. Not only has the facility been host to some of the best individual performances in the sport’s history, but Edwards Stadium also stands in one of the most beautiful settings in the nation, with panoramic views of the Berkeley Hills and Strawberry Canyon to the east, and the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge and the city skyline to the west.

Cal’s track teams returned home to Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field for the 2000 season after a year hosting meets away from Berkeley while the stadium reconstruction project was completed. Edwards Stadium was the site for the 2001 Pac-10 Championships and also hosted the 1993 Pac-10 meet. The conference meet will return to Berkeley in May 2010. With a seating capacity of 22,000, Edwards Stadium for years had the distinction of being the largest exclusive track & field facility in the United States. Beginning with the 1999-00 school year, the Cal men and women’s soccer teams adopted Edwards Stadium’s infield – Goldman Field – as their home venue. Over the years, Edwards Stadium has witnessed 12 world records, 26 American records and 24 collegiate records. The first world record set in the stadium was also history’s first 15-foot pole vault, by Cornelius “Dutch” Warmerdam in 1940. The last world mark to fall in Berkeley was in 1978, as Washington State’s Henry Rono clocked 13:06.4 in the 5,000-meter run. On a cinder surface in 1966 – before a Tartan all-weather

surface was added in 1977 – a University of Kansas freshman by the name of Jim Ryun clocked a remarkable 3:51.3 miles. Named after Col. George C. Edwards, the facility opened in 1932 as the only stadium in the world built for track & field use only. Since that time, Edwards Stadium has hosted eight NCAA Championships meets (more than any other site), a National AAU Championship, the All-American Invitational in 1966, the 1971 and ’78 USA vs. USSR dual meets, six Kennedy Games, the Brooks Meet of Champions and the Kinney Invitational. In 1967, the oval itself was dedicated in the name of Walter Christie, California first track and field coach (1900-32), and in the early 1960s, the “Friends of California Track” raised funds to build the Walter Christie Bench, which stands just outside the running track on the west side of the field. With funds that remained after the bench was built, the electric clock that sits atop the scoreboard to the north was purchased. A 173-seat press box sits atop the west grandstands.

Jesse Owens competes at Edwards Stadium

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Academic Achievement ACADEMIC GAME PLAN Comprehensive Program Focuses on Golden Bear Academic Achievement

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ne of the real success stories for the University of California is the development and growth of a comprehensive academic support program for its student-athletes: the Athletic Study Center. In 1984, campus officials and athletic department administrators decided that a greater emphasis needed to be placed on helping Cal student-athletes with their academic pursuits. The Athletic Study Center was thus born and charged with developing an academic support program tailored to the needs of NCAA Division I student-athletes. It was a significant development for an academically oriented institution such as Cal to recognize the special needs required for a modern student-athlete’s success both as an athletic competitor on the field of play and as a student in the classroom.

Student-Athlete Program The Athletic Study Center, which is housed within the Division of Undergraduate Education, is the tutorial and academic support program for the nearly 1,000 student-athletes at Cal. Centrally located in

Athletic Study Center Staff

the Cesar Chavez Student Center, the program provides a spacious and comfortable arboretum for quiet study, separate classrooms for individual and group tutorials, and a computer lab for word processing and required course work. Geared around the understanding of the amount of time studentathletes must devote to practice, training, physical therapy and team travel, the program creates an environment where students can cultivate strong study habits, receive individual or group tutoring and obtain counseling from academic advisors.

Tutorial Program

Advising Program

Special Programs

The tutorial program promotes and enhances student academic skills and progress by providing individual tutoring, group workshops, study groups, credit courses and intensive special programs. The Athletic Study Center has between 50-60 tutors on staff per semester to guarantee that students receive the best possible support. Tutorial sessions are also offered at night, enabling student-athletes to receive help after practices when are able to devote more time to studying.

The advising program offers a broad range of services to meet the unique needs of student-athletes, including assistance in understanding and complying with university, college and NCAA requirements, developing time management skills and resolving personal academic issues unique to student-athletes. During a student-athlete’s freshman year, advisors provide assistance to ensure a successful academic transition from high school. In the sophomore year, they assist student-athletes in making decisions on appropriate majors and fields of study. Over the course of the final two years, advisors take more of an exiting approach, ensuring that proper academic progress is being made towards graduation while referring juniors and seniors to areas on or near campus that can help with career planning and development.

The Athletic Study Center offers a special service called Summer Bridge; an adjunct program designed to help ease the transition from high school to college. The primary components of the program include writing and math workshops, an advising workshop, study skills seminars and an evening tutorial program. Another special program offered is peer advising. Peer advisors provide academic and campus guidance for new intercollegiate student-athletes. They are selected from junior and senior student-athletes who assist in the development of programs to further address the needs of studentathletes.

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Strength & Conditioning

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n integral part of the California Track & Field program and its success is the strength and conditioning program, led by Lindsay Bufkin and assistants, who supervise the comprehensive operation for the Golden Bear team. The program’s philosophy is geared towards helping each student-athlete achieve the highest level of athletic development. By teaching how all the components of strength and conditioning fit together, student-athletes understand how to maximize force production. This includes enhancement of speed, strength and flexibility, which results in improved power. Motivating, educating and helping to reach maximum athletic development is the primary focus of the Cal program. The Cal weight room includes eight Olympic platforms and an array of aerobic and anaerobic equipment. The picturesque facility offers panoramic views of the entire region, including San Francisco and the Bay. The training regimen at Cal is a year-round process that emphasizes the speed, strength and flexibility. With closely monitored workouts that involve a great deal of individual instruction and attention, student-athletes are taught the correct techniques to increase their ability to perform at their peak during competition.

Cal’s program stresses comprehensive training in order to improve both strength and speed. Flexibility is a key component because it is essential for proper lifting. Athlete workouts are closely monitored by the conditioning staff who work in collaboration with the entire sports medicine team (doctors, athletic trainers, physical therapists, nutritionists, etc.) to ensure the health and safety of all of student-athletes. In this way, Cal’s strength and conditioning program is a vital component linking the “full circle” of a student-athlete’s physical development from conditioning through rehabilitation and reconditioning.

Lindsay Bufkin Strength & Conditioning

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California Athletics

Nathan Adrian Men’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist 2009 National Champion 50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle Michael Cavic Men’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist

Emily Silver Women’s Swimming & Diving 2008 Olympic Silver Medalist

Natalie Coughlin Women’s Swimming & Diving 11-time 2004 & ’08 Olympic Medalist

Winning is a Cal Tradition! recent team national champions

2004 Men’s Golf

2006 Men’s crew

2006 woMen’s crew

current conference champions

Alex Mack Football 2008 Draddy Trophy National Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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2008 Field Hockey NorPac Champions

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2008-09 Women’s Swimming & Diving Pac-10 Champions


Evan Roth Men’s Gymnastics 2009 National Champion Rings

Dana Vollmer Women’s Swimming & Diving 2009 National Champion 100 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle

Amanda Sims Women’s Swimming & Diving 2009 National Champion 100 Butterfly

Mari Andersson Jana Juricova Women’s Tennis 2009 National Champions Doubles

2008 rugby

Damir Dugonjic Men’s Swimming & Diving 2009 National Champion 100 Breaststroke

Martin Maric Men’s Track & Field 2009 National Champion Discus

2008-09 woMen’s swimming & diving 2002 Softball

2009 woMen’s Crew Pac-10 Champions

2009 Men’s Crew Pac-10 Champions

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Berkeley and the Bay Area

BERKELEY

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erkeley is a part of the San Francisco Bay Area major metropolitan area of approximately 7.2 million people. The region is one of the most beautiful in the world and includes the major cities of San Francisco and Oakland, as well as Berkeley, home of the world-renowned University of California. Just south are San Jose and the Silicon Valley, home to many of the world’s high-tech companies. The Bay Area also lies within easy driving distance of the high Sierra resorts of Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, the Monterey/Carmel peninsula, the world famous Napa wine country and the spectacular Mendocino Coast. Everyone knows San Francisco, a.k.a. “The City,” from the numerous photographs, movies and television shows that capture its magic and beauty. It is a city built on a series of more than 40 hills, offering panoramic views of every kind. The hub of a ninecounty complex and the financial and insurance capital of the world, San Francisco has a resident population of just over 800,000 and is situated on a 46.7 square mile peninsula bounded on

the west by the Pacific Ocean, the north by the Golden Gate strait, and from north to east by the San Francisco Bay. San Francisco has been named the world’s top city twice and the top city in the U.S. in 18 of the last 19 years by Condé Nast Traveler. The San Francisco Bay is spanned by two landmarks, the Golden Gate and San Francisco-Oakland Bay bridges, and graced by four islands: Alcatraz, Angel, Yerba Buena and Treasure. The area is easily navigated by car, BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), bus or ferry, making it easily accessible to all.

Andrew Bailey

OAKLAND

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Top Cities IN THE WORLD 1. Sydney, Australia 2. San Francisco, CA 3. Florence, Italy 4. Cape Town S. Africa 5. Charleston, SC 6. Bangkok, Thailand 7. Rome, Italy 8. Buenos Aires, Argentina 9. Vancouver, Canada 10. New York City, NY Source: Condé Nast Traveler, 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards


SAN FRANCISCO

Frank Gore

Located across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, Oakland is a city of over 400,000, jam-packed with exciting attractions, stimulating arts and an ideal climate. Oakland’s charm exceeds its man-made wonders, as its tumbling hills, vast forests, hiking and riding trails, beautiful lakes and numerous parks provide a natural escape for those who prefer nature over an urban environment. Berkeley, just a 12-mile drive from San Francisco, is situated on 17.7 square miles with a population of just under 103,000 people. A study in contrasts, Berkeley is a small town with a big city character. With its world-renowned university, global population and rich diversity of cultural arts, Berkeley reflects and affects the rest of the country.

Sports fans can see it all in the Bay Area - professional football (San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders), professional basketball (Golden State Warriors), professional baseball (San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics), professional hockey (San Jose Sharks) and outstanding collegiate competition (six Division I schools). Sources: S.F. Convention and Visitors Bureau, Oakland Convention and Visitors Authority, Berkeley Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the California Trade and Commerce Agency.

SIMPly THE BEST • Money magazine chose San Francisco as “the best place to live” among the 300 biggest U.S. metropolitan areas. • Forbes.com has ranked San Francisco one of America’s “best cities for the outdoors” for each of the past two years while American College of Sports Medicine has consistently placed San Francisco among the nation’s Top 5 in fitness among the most populous cities. • Readers of Travel + Leisure magazine selected San Francisco as their favorite city in 2008 for its “noteworthy neighborhoods.”

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK

• San Francisco is rated the No. 1 city in the U.S. and the No. 2 city in the world by Condé Nast Traveler (October 2008).

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The University of California

Simply the best

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here is no other way to aptly describe America’s top public university. There is no other way to describe one of the elite academic settings in the world – especially one that also includes one of America’s most successful athletic departments. The University of California blends the best of all worlds. Overlooking the scenic San Francisco Bay and ranked as the nation’s top public university by the U.S. News and World Report, the flagship campus of the state of California also features an athletic program that annually finishes among the leaders in the Directors’ Cup standings, which rates the overall success of America’s collegiate athletic departments. Cal attracts what many believe to be the finest applicant pool in the United States. The university features a diverse student body population. The University of California offers 351 degree programs, and 35 of the school’s 36 graduate programs are ranked among America’s Top 10. Cal’s 35 programs among the Top 10 is No. 1 among all universities in the country, as is its 32 “distinguished” programs, as rated by the National Research Council. The library is ranked third in the country, as judged by the Association of Research Libraries with 10 million volumes in 32 campus libraries. The faculty features seven Nobel Laureates, 135 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 28 MacArthur Fellows, 74 Fulbright Scholars, four Pulitzer Prize winners and more Guggenheim Fellows (359) than any other university in America.

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America’s No. 1 Public University By The Numbers

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Universities With Highest Number of Top 10 Graduate Programs 1. California 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Columbia 5. MIT

Top Public Universities 1. 2. 4. 5.

California Virginia UCLA Michigan North Carolina

Source: U.S. News and World Report

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Universities With The Highest Number of “Distinguished Programs” 1. California 2. Stanford 3. Harvard 4. Princeton 5. MIT

21 15-1 351

3000

Nobel Laureates 21 current and former faculty members Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Degree Programs

1

In 2007, the Association of Research Libraries ranked Cal’s University Library as the No. 1 public research university library in North America.

Service The University of California is the only school in the country to have produced more than 3,000 volunteers since the inception of the Peace Corps in 1961.

Nobel Laureate Oliver Williamson

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Athletic Facilities

the future...

Student-Athlete High Performance Center

Memorial Stadium Renovation

The Student-Athlete High Performance Center, now under construction, is expected to be completed prior to the 2011 season. The 142,000 square foot facility will house locker rooms, offices and meeting rooms, as well as areas for strength and conditioning, sports medicine, nutrition and academics for football and 12 other intercollegiate sports. The building is the physical manifestation of Cal’s High Performance Initiative, a unique program that challenges student-athletes to reach their level of optimal performance through strategic and efficient application of resources. Using cutting-edge technology and a multidisciplinary approach, the cornerstone principles of the HPI are communication, integration and information.

Memorial Stadium, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful settings for collegiate football, was originally constructed with funds donated by alumni, faculty, students and fans. At the time, Robert Gordon Sproul, who became UC president in 1930, said that the stadium “stands in simple dignity, beauty and strength.” Now, plans are being finalized to renovate the 86-year-old structure, starting with the west side, to create programmatic, game day and fan amenity improvements while respecting the architecture and character of the historic structure. Donors have demonstrated their backing of the privatelyfunded project through their commitment to the Endowment Seat Program (ESP), a first-of-its-kind effort in major college athletics to secure the financial future for the Athletic Department. ESP will provide a long-term, sustaining endowment that could grow to $1 billion over the next 30 years and will be used to fund annual operating needs for Cal’s studentathletes.

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Athletic Facilities

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tudent-athletes at the University of California have the privilege of using quality athletic facilities. Major athletic facilities located on and around the Cal campus are listed below.

briones reservior Cal women’s crew uses Briones Reservoir as its dedicated practice site.

Edwards Stadium/ Goldman Field Historic Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field, which opened in 1932, is home to the Cal’s track and field and soccer teams.

Evans Diamond This natural-grass facility seats over 2,500 people and is used Cal’s baseball team for practices and games.

Haas Pavilion Walter A. Haas Jr. Pavilion is the home for Cal’s basketball, volleyball and gymnastics teams. The athletic director, student services, compliance offices and other departments are also located in the pavilion.

Witter Rugby Field

Levine-Fricke Field

Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field

Memorial Stadium

Maxwell Family Field

Hellman Tennis Complex

T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

California tennis makes its home at the Hellman Tennis Complex, located on the southwest side of campus.

The renovated crew boathouse is located on the Oakland Estuary, where Cal men’s crew practices.

Levine-Fricke Field

Spieker Aquatics Complex

Levine-Fricke Field is nestled at the base of Strawberry Canyon and home to Cal softball, winners of the 2002 NCAA title.

Maxwell Family Field Maxwell Family Field, located just north of Memorial Stadium, serves as home to the Cal field hockey program.

Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium is the home of the Golden Bears football and Lacrosse teams. It not only holds 71,799 spectators on game day, but also includes athletic administrative offices, training quarters, a weight room, equipment room and locker rooms.

Varsity water polo and swim team practices and competitions are held at Spieker Aquatics Complex. Recreational swimming is also scheduled for the times when these teams are not hosting events or practicing.

Witter Rugby Field Witter Rugby Field is part of Strawberry Canyon. The grass field is used for rugby practice and competition.

Spieker Aquatics Complex

Briones Reservoir

Haas Pavillion

Hellman Tennis Complex

T. Gary Rogers Boathouse

Evans Diamond

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Notable Alumni Earl Warren Gregory Peck

Jennifer Granholm

Steven Chu

Shareef Abdur-Rahim - NBA All-Star, 2000 U.S. Olympian Lisa Arce - Pro beach volleyball star Steve Bartkowski No. 1 overall pick in 1975 NFL Draft Stephen Bechtel Founder of world’s largest constructional Kevin Johnson engineering firm Zulfikar Ali Bhutto - President and Prime Minister, Pakistan Matt Biondi - Three-time Olympic swimmer, winner of eight gold medals Rose Bird - Chief Justice, California Supreme Court W. Michael Blumenthal - U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jerry Brown - State Attorney General, governor of California, mayor of Oakland Thomas Cech - Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Peter Chernin - Chairman and CEO, Fox Entertainment Group Leroy Chiao - First Chinese-American astronaut Choon Kun Cho - President, Korean Airlines Rachelle Chong - Member, Federal Communications Commission Steven Chu - U.S. Secretary of Energy Beverly Cleary - Author, “Ramona the Pest” Natalie Coughlin – Winner of 11 Olympic medals in swimming Joan Didion - Author, “Play It as It Lays” Brig. Gen. James H. Doolittle - World War II hero, Medal of Honor recipient Adam Duritz - Lead singer, Counting Crows Maria Echaveste - Deputy Chief of Staff, Clinton Administration Joy (Biefeld) Fawcett – Member of three U.S. Olympic soccer teams

Michelle Tafoya

Don Fisher - Founder and Chairman of the Board, The Gap John Kenneth Galbraith - Economist Tony Gonzalez - NFL All-Pro tight end Walter A. Gordon - Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. District Court Judge Michele Granger - Olympic gold medalist, softball pitcher Jennifer Granholm - Governor of Michigan Andrew Grove - President and CEO, Intel Corporation Walter Haas Jr. - President, Levi Strauss & Co.; owner of Oakland Athletics Philip Habib - U.S. Special Envoy to Middle East William Randolph Hearst Jr. - Newspaper publisher Marguerite Higgins - Journalist, Pulitzer Prize winner Susanna Hoffs - Lead singer of “The Bangles” Lance Ito - Superior Court Judge, presided over 1995 O.J. Simpson murder trial Ida Jackson - United Nations observer, founder local chapter of National Council of Negro Women Jackie Jensen – 1958 American League MVP Kevin Johnson - NBA All-Star, Mayor of Sacramento Edgar F. Kaiser - Founder, Kaiser Permanente Jeff Kent - 2000 National League MVP Clark Kerr - Chancellor, UC Berkeley Jason Kidd - NBA All-Star, U.S. Olympian Maxine Hong Kingston - Author, 1997 National Humanities Medal Yuan T. Lee - Chemist, Nobel Prize winner Willard Libby - Physical chemist, discovered Carbon 14, Nobel Prize winner Tung Yen Lin - World-renown civic engineer Jack London - Author, “The Call of the Wild” Wiley Manuel - First African American Supreme Court of California Justice Jerry Mathers - Actor, “Leave it to Beaver” Brian Maxwell - Founder, PowerBar John A. McCone - Director of CIA, Atomic Energy Commission Terry McMillan - Author, “Waiting To Exhale,” “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” Robert McNamara - U.S. Secretary of Defense Mary T. Meagher - U.S. Olympic swimmer, winner of three gold medals Norman Mineta - U.S. Secretary of Transportation Gordon Moore - Co-founder, Intel Corporation Julia Morgan - Architect Hardy Nickerson - NFL Pro Bowl linebacker

Left to right: Natalie Coughlin, Tony Gonzalez, Margaret Rhea Seddon, Jeff Kent, Alice Waters, Chris Pine

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William Randolph Hearst

Sadako Ogata - U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Gregory Peck - Actor, Academy Award winner, “To Kill a Mockingbird” Chris Pine - Actor, “Star Trek” Kenneth Pitzer - Chemist, president of Stanford University Robert Raven - President, American Bar Association Helen Wills Moody Roark - Winner of eight Wimbledon championships Glenn Seaborg - Nuclear physicist, Nobel Prize winner, co-founder of Element 106 Margaret Rhea Seddon - Astronaut Michael Silver - Yahoo! Sports sportswriter William G. Simon - Director, FBI Samuel Smith - President, Washington State University Robert Gordon Sproul - President, University of California Leigh Steinberg - Lawyer, sports agent Michelle Tafoya - Sportscaster, Monday Night Football sideline reporter George Takei Actor, Mr. Sulu on “Star Trek” Roger Traynor - Chief Justice, Supreme Court of California Eugene Trefethen Jr. President, Kaiser Industries Rex Walheim - Space Shuttle astronaut Earl Warren Helen Wills Moody Roark Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Alice Waters - Chef, restaurateur, “Chez Panisse” Jann Wenner - Co-founder, “Rolling Stone” magazine Lionel Wilson - First African American mayor of Oakland Pete Wilson - Governor of California Dean Witter - Founder, Dean Witter Financial Services Steve Wozniak - Co-founder, Apple Computer, Inc. James D. Zellerbach - U.S. Ambassador to Italy


2009-10 California Track and Field Information Guide