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Table of Contents...................................................................1 Quick Facts.............................................................................2 Campus Photos/School Facts...........................................3-4 Academic Services................................................................5 Athletic Training/ISU Sports and Orthopaedic Center.......6 Track and Field Facilities........................................................7

2010 Coaching Staff Head Coach Dave Nielsen..............................................9-10 Head Coach Brian Janssen................................................11 Assistant Coaching Staff.....................................................12

2009-10 Outlook Season Preview...............................................................13-14 Men’s Roster.........................................................................15 Women’s Roster...................................................................16

2009-10 Bengals Men’s Bios........................................................................15-26 Women’s Bios..................................................................27-35

2008-09 Review 2009 Men’s Cross Country Results......................................37 2009 Women’s Cross Country Results................................38 2008-09 Men’s Track and Field Bests..................................39 2008-09 Women’s Track and Field Bests............................40

Bengal Champions..............................................................70 Idaho State Ring of Honor...................................................71 ISU Sports Hall of Fame........................................................72 Staff Directory.......................................................................73 Media Directory...................................................................74

Big Sky Conference.............................................................41 Qualifying Standards...........................................................42

History and Records Top 10 All-time Performances........................................44-47 Top 10 All-time Performers..............................................48-51 Facility Records....................................................................52 Big Sky Champions..........................................................53-56 Athletic Honors................................................................57-58 All-Time Roster..................................................................59-62

Administration and Media President................................................................................63 Director of Athletics.............................................................64 Administration/Staff........................................................65-67 PAWS/S.A.A.C.......................................................................68 Notable ISU Alumni..............................................................69

Credits The 2009-10 Idaho State University Track and Field Media Guide was compiled and written by Jaime Schroeder. Design and layout was by Katie Zigars using Adobe InDesign software. Permission is granted to quote, in whole or part, any material in this guide. The guide was edited by Schroeder and Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Frank Mercogliano. All photographs are credited to ISU Photographic Services unless otherwise noted. The media guide was printed by Falls Printing in Idaho Falls.

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IDAHO STATE TRACK AND FIELD QUICK FACTS COACHING STAFF

ISU QUICK FACTS

Head Coach: Dave Nielsen (Iowa ‘78) Year at ISU: 27th season Track and Field Office Phone: 208-282-3299 Nielsen E-Mail: nieldave@isu.edu Best Time to Reach Nielsen: Contact SID Head Cross Country/Assistant Track and Field Coach: Brian Janssen Phone Number: 208-282-3297 Email: jansbria@isu.edu Assistant Coach: Jackie Poulson Phone Number: 208-282-3299 E-Mail: poulson10@yahoo.com Athletic Trainers: Brandy Crum

Founded: 1901 Location: Pocatello, Idaho Enrollment: 14,209 Nickname: Bengals Colors: Orange and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big Sky Conference President: Dr. Arthur C. Vailas Athletic Director: Jeff Tingey Assoc. Athletic Director: Nancy Graziano Athletic Phone: 208-282-4668 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Dr. Scott Benson

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TEAM INFORMATION



2009 Women’s Big Sky Finish (Indoor/Outdoor): Fifth/Sixth 2009 Men’s Big Sky Finish (Indoor/Outdoor): Second/Third 2009 Women’s Cross Country Big Sky Finish: Fifth 2009 Men’s Cross County Big Sky Finish:

Seventh

SPORTS INFORMATION

Asst. AD for Media Relations: Frank Mercogliano Office Phone: 208-282-2621 E-Mail: mercfran@isu.edu Assistant SID: Katie Zigars Office Phone: 208-282-3651 Cell Phone: 208-406-3910 E-Mail: zigakath@isu.edu Graduate Assistant (XC/Track and Field Contact) Jaime Schroeder Office Phone: 208-406-3190 Fax: 208-282-3659 Web Site Address: www.isubengals.com Why the Bengals? FAX/PRESS BOX/TICKETS How did Idaho State’s athletic teams become the Athletic Department FAX 282-4063 Bengals, when there just aren’t any to be found in the region? A Ticket Information 282-FANS good question. Originally, when the school was the Academy of Idaho in 1902, the school’s athletic teams were dubbed “Bantams”, and it stayed that way until 1917, when J.A. Fogt became head football coach. Now Idaho Tech, the team’s nickname was changed to “Tigers”, in part due to Ralph Hutchinson, who was the Director of Physical Education and Athletics. Hutchinson was a graduate of Princeton (the Tigers), so he founded the school’s first booster club, the “I” Club, and brought the “Tiger” mascot with him. When the school became the University of Idaho-Southern Branch in 1927, the nickname switched to “Bengals”, although many newspaper and yearbook accounts refer to the team by both “Bengals” and “Tigers”. The freshman teams during this time suffered the unfortunate distinction of the nickname “Kittens”. As a branch of the University of Idaho, the school’s colors were black and gold, just like the Vandals, and although the official colors switched to black and orange sometime in the 1940s, the football team wore black jerseys with gold trim through the 60s. The squad also used red numerals for a while in the late 1940s, and the squads’ 1970 home jerseys were more red than orange. It wasn’t until 1971 that a truly orange jersey was used by the football team for the first time. The school’s official colors are black and orange (PMS 165), and the trim color is gold (PMS 137), a small remembrance to harken back to ISU’s rich history.

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ABOUT IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY

The Idaho Accelerator Center at ISU’s research park allows for researchers and national laboratories to utilize special nuclear facilities. Idaho State University is a Carnegie-classified doctoral research and teaching institution that draws students from around the world. It meets the growing demand for higher-education services with seven colleges—Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering,HealthProfessions, Pharmacy and Technology— and a graduate school. Together, they offer nearly 280 certificate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and postdoctoral programs. ISU is the state-designated lead institution for health-professions The clock tower is one of the newer additions to the Pond education. Student Union Building, Founded in 1901 as the Academy of Idaho, Idaho which houses ISU’s official bookstore, several dining State University initially offered options, a game room, college-prep and industrial a billiards hall, and a courses. In its first 100 years, the bowling alley. school underwent considerable

The columns on Red Hill are a Pocatello landmark. They are atop of Red Hill, which overlooks Davis Field, which is home to Idaho State’s track and Volleyball programs.

The newest addition to the campus is the Rendezvous Center, which will house apartmentstyle student housing, a dining hall, and classrooms, and the building is seen as a bridge between the upper and lower campuses.

growth and change. Forty students were enrolled in Pocatello in 1902; today, about 14,000 students attend classes at the main campus and at centers around the state. More than 2,000 graduate annually. Idaho State University’s role in higher education has grown dramatically. In 1927, legislation was passed making it the University of Idaho–Southern Branch. In 1963 it became Idaho State University. At that time there were 3,500 students, four colleges offering six bachelor’s and eight master’s degrees, and a trade and technical school with 14 programs. Current enrollment includes about 2,500 students attending ISU–Idaho Falls, and more than 2,500 attending classes at ISU–Boise, ISU–Twin Falls, and centers in American Falls, Blackfoot, Coeur d’Alene, Hailey, Preston and Soda Springs. Located in Pocatello, ISU is a short distance from several prominent recreation areas, foremost among them Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, and Sun Valley. ISU students enjoy unrivaled outdoor activities, from skiing to backpacking, bicycling, river-running, and fishing in Idaho’s famous blue-ribbon trout streams. The original campus consisted of a four-block area of 8 1/2 acres donated by the citizens of Pocatello. Today, ISU has 105 buildings and 1,103 acres. The university offers cultural events and athletic programs featuring local, national and international participants.

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This view of the quad was taken from the Pond Student Union Building, and it showcases the beauty of both Idaho State and Pocatello. The trees located in the center of the picture are part of ISU’s Arbor Walk, and the mountains that border Pocatello to the east majestically watch over the campus.


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The view from the ISU quad leading to the Pond Student Union Building.

The Marshall Rotunda of the Stephens Center features a mariner’s compass replete with engravings marking the major donors to the facility.



ISU has a continuing emphasis on business, engineering and the liberal arts, helping maintain a solid base for other academic disciplines. Overall, ISU’s students take part in more than 280 certificate and degree programs in the college of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Health Professions, Pharmacy and Technology. If ISU doesn’t have exactly what a student is looking for, the Office of Individualized Education oversees programs that provide students the opportunity to “design” a degree in a field not formally available at ISU. Such students can earn Bachelor of University Studies, Bachelor of Arts in General Studies, or Bachelor of Applied Technology degrees.

The Stephens Performing Arts Center is the jewel of Southeast Idaho. Universally lauded for its design and acoustics, the building is the premiere concert hall in Idaho.

IDAHO STATE

Idaho State University has grown through five name changes: the Academy of Idaho, 1901-1915; Idaho Technical Institute, 1915-1927; University of IdahoSouthern Branch, 1927-1947; Idaho State College, 1946-1963. ISU has an abundance of top-flight academic programs, including nationally acknowledged courses of study in business and pharmacy, and state-designated leadership in the health professions. The university has been ranked among the national leaders in the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) examinations for the past decade, with pass rates more than three times the national average. The statistics are based on students taking the exam for the first time. As Idaho’s center for education in health professions and with supporting physical and biological sciences, Idaho State University offers degrees in dental hygiene, dietetics, health-care administration, nursing, radiographic science, and speech pathology and audiology. Also offered are master’s programs in education of the deaf, nursing, physical therapy, and speech

pathology and audiology. A doctorate is available in clinical psychology. ISU is a leader in educator preparation, offering bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in teacher education, educational administration, family and consumer sciences, physical education and dance, school psychology, special education, and vocational teacher education, occupationaltraining management, and corporate training. Neighbor to the Idaho National Laboratory and home of Idaho’s first university-related business and research park,

The Swanson Arch is one of the oldest pieces of architecture on campus. Incoming freshmen enter the campus through the arch, and they exit after graduation. The arch is also on the official university seal for Idaho State.

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ACADEMIC SERVICES the academic skills center, the registrar, financial aid, the placement office, postgraduate scholarships, and any other student services. The office also provides tutoring, helps the studentathlete stay on track for graduation and NCAA eligibility, provides advising on general education courses until a major course of study is selected, and helps with career choices with the idea in mind that a college education can be more meaningful when a career is decided on. The office also makes presentations on drug and alcohol awareness available to the student-athletes. “Even though our graduation rates are good, we are constantly striving to improve them,” Graziano says. “The creation of the Student-Athlete Support Center is a positive step in that improvement.” The refurbished Student-Athlete Support Center was dedicated in 2003 and is located on the south side of Holt Arena. As part of the refurbishment, student computers and additional space for academic counseling were added, bringing added benefits to the students.

The department continues to grow, as in 2008, an expanded study center in Turner Hall was opened. The new center was funded with a $40,000 grant obtained by Matt Steuart from the NCAA. The new study area features over a dozen computer stations, a quiet room, and has available tutoring for the student-athletes.

Nancy Graziano

Matt Steuart

2008-09 All-Big Sky Track and Field/Cross Country Academic Honorees Cross Country

Women Chealse Kropushek-Miller, Nursing Erica Wendt, Secondary Education Bradi Hutchison, Undecided Kerynn Davis, English Gemma Maini, Zoology Mandi Janowitz, Physical Education Parris Hodges, Physical Education Men Chaz Anestos, Pre-Business Ryan Davis, Management Scott Pearson, Nursing Logan Torgison, Nursing Eric Strand, Secondary Education

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Women Men Women Men Chealse Kropushek-Miller, Nursing Ryan Davis, Management Sasha Buylova, International Studies Ryan Davis, Management Sasha Buylova, International Studies Scott Pearson, History Erica Wendt, Secondary Education Scott Pearson, History Erica Wendt, Secondary Education Trevor White, CE Sydney Wendt, Elementary Education Levi Keller, Physical Education Sydney Wendt, Elementary Education Sam Pierson, Nursing Carrie Connett, Health Education Sam Pierson, Nursing April Jaynes, Dental Logan Henderson, Chemistry Kris Thomasberg, Pre-EMTP Eric Strand, Secondary Education Trinelle McKinley, Health Education Andrew Schall, Engineering Emmy Korth, Nutriional Sciences Mike Tucker, Spanish Carrie Connett, Health Education Eric Strand, Secondary Education Bradi Hutchison, Undecided Logan Henderson, Chemistry Bradi Hutchison, Undecided Tyson Gunter, Management Nicole Anderson, Physical Education Tyson Gunter, Management Carrie Talbot, Mathematics Keane Shuler, Zoology Kerynn Davis, English Chaz Anestos, Pre-Business Amanda Vink-Johnston, Zoology Brad Silvester, Health Education Amanda Vink-Johnston, Zoology Kerynn Davis, English Nicole Yurek, Physical Education Nicole Yuryek, Physical Education Kylee Gleason, Nutritional Sciences Gemma Maini, Zoology Gemma Maini, Zoology Nicole Anderson, Physical Education Genniel Wagstaff, Pre-Pharmacy Parrris Hodges, Physical Education

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ACADEMICS

Every academic institution’s first responsibility is to prepare its students for the best opportunity to graduate with their fullest potential. Idaho State understands this responsibility very well and instituted the Student-Athlete Support Center for its student-athletes, to enable them to balance the time requirements for both academics and athletics with the ultimate goal of obtaining their degree. Under the direction of Nancy Graziano, and assisted by a strong and caring staff, the Student-Athlete Support Center provides a variety of services with that in mind. The center’s function begins even before a studentathlete sets foot on campus with transcript evaluation, and continues in helping the newcomer make the transition from high school or junior college to college. “When they arrive at ISU we want it to be a positive experience,” Graziano says. The Student-Athlete Support Center serves as a liaison for the student-athlete to all services available to the student population as a whole, including but not limited to career counseling, the counseling and testing office,


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ATHLETIC TRAINING AND INJURY PREVENTION ISU SPORTS AND ORTHOPaEDIC CENTER

INJURY PREVENTION

Idaho State’s athletic facilities had already boasted of the first domed stadium capable of housing both football and basketball ever constructed on a college campus, as well as America’s fastest indoor board track. With the June 1994 opening of the Sports & Orthopaedic Center at ISU, they include the Jaren Allen Strenth and Conditioning Center, the premier weight training facility in the Big Sky ­Conference. The 25,000-foot Center includes a 6,800-foot stateof-the-art weight training area that is reserved strictly for Idaho State’s student-athletes. The area has weight lifting stations, stationary bicycles, and aerobics equipment, as well as an on-site strength and conditioning coach. The Center also houses the offices of Drs. Tony Joseph, M.R. Mickelson, ISU’s team physician, Steve Coker, Kenneth E. Newhouse, the offices of The Pocatello Physical Therapy Clinic with physical therapists Ric Benedetti and Dan DesFosses, and an alumni, recruitment and educational center with meeting and



classrooms. It was built at a cost of $2.5 million. The Center is a joint venture of ISU and the Portneuf Medical Center and was 14 months in construction. It is a major milestone for ISU in fulfilling its mission as the state’s lead in­stitution for health care education. It serves as an educational and training facility for health sciences students, faculty, area health care providers, and the community. The Center is beneficial for ISU’s student-athletes in numerous ways, aside from the enormous benefit of the area’s premier weight training facility being next door to Holt Arena. First and foremost, student-athletes have immediate access to physi­cians and therapists as well as the equipment used in treatment and rehabilitation. The Center was built at no cost to the public. The privately-financed structure will be leased to PMC and after the two 20-year land leases have expired, ownership is transferred back to Idaho State University.

IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY TEAM PHYSICIANS (Offices located in the ISU Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center)

Brandy Crum Track and Field Athletic Trainer

1st Season

Track and Field Trainer Brandy Crum begins her first season serving as an athletic trainer for the Idaho State volleyball team and will help ISU with track and field in the spring. Crum previously spent two years serving as an athletic trainer at Perdue. She worked with the softball team in the fall of 2007 and the track and field team in the spring of 2008. as well as track and field. She worked with the Purdue football team from the fall of 2008 to the spring of 2009. She also did various rotations at a local high school, college, physical therapy department and recreational sports facility and volunteered for Indiana Special Olympics while at Purdue. Crum earned her B.S. in Athletic Training from Purdue University in 2009.

Mark Campbell Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Dr. Steven Coker Team Physician

Dr. Vernon Esplin Dr. Sandra Hoffman Team Physician Team Physician

Dr. Chris Johnson Team Physician

Dr. Tony Joseph Team Physician

Dr. M.R. Mickelson

Team Physician

Dr. Ken Newhouse

Team Physician

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TRACK AND FIELD FACILITIES FACILITIES

Idaho State Centennial Cross Country Course

Idaho State Holt Arena Indoor Track and Field Facility

Idaho State Davis Field Outdoor Track and Field Facility

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COACHES & SEASON OUTLOOK

COACHES AND SEASON OUTLOOK



Head Coach Dave Nielson..................Page 9 Head XC Coach Brian Janssen............Page 11 Assistant Coach Jackie Poulson...........Page 12 Assistant Coach Paul Litchfield............Page 12 Assistant Coach Joe Silvers...................Page 12 Assistant Coach Jed Sion......................Page 12 Season Preview......................................Page 13-14 2009-10 Men’s Roster.............................Page 15 2009-10 Women’s Roster.......................Page 16

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Dave Nielsen Dave Nielsen enters his 27th season as the head track and field coach at Idaho State University with a program that continues to grow stronger each year. While Nielsen is well known for having coached Olympic Champion and World Record Holder Stacy Dragila, she is far from the only standout that has come through the ISU program over the last 26 years. Nielsen has helped 20 athletes to AllAmerican status during his tenure at ISU, including 11 in the last four years. Forty-eight athletes have advanced to the NCAA Championships, his athletes hold a cumulative 178 Big Sky titles and 435 All-Big Sky Conference recognitions. In 2009, Nielsen led senior Nathan Capps and junior Sydney Wendt to Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship titles in the decathlon and heptathlon events. Capps went on to compete at the NCAA Championship finishing 21st overall. Nielsen also oversaw freshman Michael Arnold as he took the Big Sky Conference outdoor

pole vault title and watched as he went on to place second at the U.S. Junior Track and Field Championships and second at the Pan American Junior Championships. He also led junior Sergio Jones to an eighthplace finish at the NCAA West Regional. The men also finished second at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Champion and third during the outdoor campaign while the women finished fifth during the indoor season and sixth at the outdoor championship. In 2008, Nielsen helped Cassie Merkley have a breakout season, guiding the junior to Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship gold medals in the 60-meter hurdles, high jump and pentathlon as well an outdoor gold in the heptathlon, the latter of which qualified her for the NCAA National Outdoor Championship. The women’s squad took third at the Big Sky Outdoor Championship and tied for fourth in the Big Sky Outdoor Championship. The men took fourth place in indoors. During the 2007 season, Nielsen led the women’s track and field team to an outdoor Big Sky Conference victory, which was the first in Bengal history. He received both the Big Sky Conference and Mountain Re-

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Head Coach Iowa, 1978 27th Season

gion Coach of the Year Award in 2007 for his efforts. Nielsen’s coaching helped the Bengals claim titles in two events, including the 800-meter dash and 400-meter relay. Nielsen also helped the Bengal women’s track and field team capture second place in the women’s Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship.

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Nielsen led the men’s track and field team to two consecutive indoor Big Sky Conference victories in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, Nielsen helped the Bengals claim titles in four events, including the pole vault, high jump, shot put and distance medley relays. He received the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year award in 2005 and 2006. Nielsen was also honored as the Big Sky Conference and Mountain Region Coach of the Year Award for indoor men’s track and field in 1997 and 1998. Amber Welty became the Bengals’ first-ever NCAA Champion when she won the NCAA Outdoor high jump title with a leap of 6 feet, 3.5 inches. Welty was also the Bengals’ first-ever four-time NCAA All-American, finishing first, second, third and fourth in four appearances. Later, as an assistant coach for the Bengals and still coached by Nielsen, Welty became Idaho State University’s first female track and field Olympian earning a spot on the 1992 USA Olympic Team competing in Barcelona, Spain. Nielsen was named the 2000 USA Track & Field Nike Elite Coach of the Year and was a

finalist for the USOC (United States Olympic Committee) National Coach of the Year. He is as concerned about his studentathletes’ performance in the classroom as on the track. During his tenure at ISU his student-athletes have garnered 1,020 Academic All-Big Sky honors. He has had 11 Academic All-American selections. In addition, 18 of his athletes have earned Big Sky Scholar Athlete recognition, more than any other sport at ISU during that time period. Nielsen is a nationally recognized expert in the track and field jumping disciplines. He has been published in the journals Track Coach, Coaches Review, Pole Vault Standard, IAAF New Studies in Ath-

letics, was the primary source for an article by the American Institute of Physics. He was featured in the August 2002 issue of Track and Field Coaches Review. In other professional activities, Nielsen has served as USA Track and Field women’s development chair (pole vault), and as a member of the NCAA Track and Field Committee and USTFCCCA Division I Executive Committee. Once one of the top pole-vaulters in the nation, Nielsen was a Big Ten champion and earned All-American honors and competed at the 1976 Olympic Trials. Nielsen served as both student assistant and graduate assistant at Iowa. He moved to Pocatello in 1980 to train for an Olympic berth while completing graduate studies. After serving as an assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin (1982-83 season), he returned to ISU as the women’s track coach before being named to head the combined program in 1985. Nielsen received his Bachelor Degree (BGS) from the University of Iowa (1978) and Masters Degree in Physical Education and Administration from Idaho State (1981). Dave has three sons: Hans (25), Thor (23), and Sven (19).

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In 1984, Janssen moved to the University

Brian Janssen

of Kansas as a graduate assistant. He then

Head Cross Country Coach Western State, 1975 24th Season

one of the originators of the First Security Games, Idaho’s state games, which first took place in 1988. Janssen has two National Master’s run-

athletes to numerous track records, prepared

2009, Janssen

them for competition at the NCAA Track and

completed his

Field Championships and has seen them hon-

19th season as

ored as All-Americans. Janssen has coached

head men’s and

seven All-Americans and has seen 13 of his

women’s cross

athletes ranked in the top-10 nationally. Janssen

country coach

has coached 66 conference champions and has

and is looking ahead to his 24th season as assistant track coach at Idaho State University.

had 244 of his athletes make All-Conference. “I’ve seen a lot in my time here,” Janssen

Janssen is solely in charge of the Bengal

said. “I have had a lot of great athletes come

distance squad from cross country through track

through here. I have seen a lot of great marks

and field. He has coached many different track

and a lot of our athletes have had great suc-

and field events, but is now focusing on the dis-

cess both in the conference and nationally, but

tance and middle distance squads.

I have also seen a lot of our athletes just miss the

Janssen earned his first Big Sky Conference

marks to move on. We just seem to have a con-

Cross Country Coach of the Year award during

stant stream of good kids who have strong desire

the 2004 season. He coached the 2005 men’s

to succeed. I think if you coach long enough you

team to a third place finish and a women’s sixth

see just about everything.”

place finish, including two All-Conference fin-

Janssen began his collegiate athletic ca-

ishers, Matt Nelson and Saheed Khan. Janssen

reer as a swimmer at Western State (Colo.) and

coached Paul Hoffman to a stellar career finish

joined the track team upon the head coach’s

when Hoffman qualified for his first NCAA Cross

request, before becoming a graduate assis-

Country Championships in 2005.

tant coach. In 1980, he was named head track

Janssen’s 23-year career has been full of accolades and accomplishments. He has coached

coach at Metro State College. Janssen’s teams

ning titles to his credit, as well as two runnerup finishes. Jansssen attributes a lot of his success to his family, friends and community. “I really enjoy working in such a great community,” he said. “I also think that I have a great support system. There is also a lot of opportunity in our conference. The Big Sky Conference has a lot of great teams and the competition is outstanding. It’s fun to be a part of the Big Sky.” Janssen and his wife, Elizabeth, have been married for 33 years and have two daughters, 25year-old Nicole and 21-year-old Kyle, and one son, 18-year-old Derek.

finished in the NAIA’s top 20 three times.

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In November

joined the ISU coaching staff in 1985. He was


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Jackie Poulson

Jed Sion

Assistant Coach Idaho State, 2004 Sixth Season

Assistant Coach Idaho State, 2009 First Season

Jackie Poulson enters her sixth year as an assistant Jed Sion enters his first season as an coach to the Idaho State track and field team after assistant coach for Idaho State after competcompeting four years as an athlete for the Bengals. ing in the throwing events for four seasons. He Poulson will aid Coach Nielsen in the training of placed ninth in the hammer throw, third in the the multi-event athletes sharing her knowledge of the shot put and sixth in the discus at the Big Sky heptathlon after being a two-time All-American and Conference Outdoor Championship during the Big Sky Champion in the event. She holds the Idaho 2008-09 season. State University records in the 400-meter hurdles and the Also during the 2008-09 season, Sion reheptathlon. corded career bests in the discus (49.83 meters) and hammer throw (56.17 She was a participant in the Olympic Trials in 2004 and has competed in the meters). Sion holds the 10th best discus performance with a throw of 166 Netherlands, Puerto Rico and Italy. feet, seven inches. He holds the third best hammer throw performance, Poulson is from American Falls, where she attended American Falls High notching 184 feet, three inches during the 2009 season. School. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication from Idaho Sion, a Pocatello, Idaho native, earned his Bachelor’s degree in State University in 2003. sport science and physical education sport management in 2009 from Idaho State University.

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Joe Silvers

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Paul Litchfield

Assistant Coach Idaho State, 2009 First Season

Joe Silvers enters his first season as an assistant coach for Idaho State after competing in the pole vault for four seasons. He placed seventh at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship and 10th at the indoor championship during the 2008-09 season. In the 2004-05 season he jumped an indoor best of 14-0 at the Intermountain Championship and placed third at the Wildcat TuneUp with a jump of 13-4. He qualified for the BSC Outdoor Championship in the pole vault where he cleared 13-7.25 for a 14th-place finish. He cleared a season-best jump 14-1.50 at the Weber State Twilight meet where he placed second and he also ran one race each in the 110-meter hurdles and the 200-meter dash during the outdoor campaign. Silvers, a Murtaugh, Idaho native, earned his Bachelor’s degree in sport science and physical education sport management in 2009 from ISU and is currently working on his Masters in athletic administration.

Assistant Coach Idaho State, 2003 Third Season

Paul Litchfield enters into his third year as an assistant coach for the Bengals after volunteering during the 2006-07 season. He competed four years for the Bengals in the multi-events and pole vault earning four Big Sky Champion titles in the pole vault (two indoors and two outdoors) and one title in the decathlon. He earned All-American honors in 2002 for his performance in the pole vault and still holds both the indoor and outdoor ISU school records in the event. During the 2005 season, Litchfield competed at the USA Indoor and Outdoor National Championships placing third and ninth respectively. Litchfield is from Auburn, California, where he attended Bear River High School. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in marketing from Idaho State University in 2003.

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The 2008-09 season was yet another strong season for the Bengals. The men finished second during the indoor season and third at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship. On the women’s side, the Bengals captured fifth place during the indoor campaign and took sixth to cap off the outdoor season. Five All-Big Sky Conference indoor performers return this season on the men’s side as well as five outdoor performers including outdoor conference champion in the pole vault sophomore Mike Arnold and indoor pole vault champion junior Sam Pierson. One indoor All-Conference performer will return for the women, junior Amanda Vink-Johnston. The 2009-10 squad welcomes 27 freshmen, 18 on the men’s side and nine on the women’s. SPRINTS Returning for the Bengals on the men’s side is sprinter Sergio Jones. Jones finished third in the 200-meter dash at the indoor conference championship with a time of 21.77. He finished second in both the 200-meter dash and 100-meter dash at the outdoor conference championship earning Big Sky AllConference honors. Jones ran the 200-meter dash in a time of 21.02 to qualify for the finals at the NCAA West Regional, defeating Washington’s Joe Turner by just two thousandths of a second. Jones went on to finish eighth at the NCAA

West Regional. Also returning in men’s sprints is junior Corby Kiler who posted a career best 7.25 in the 60-meter dash during the indoor season at the Mountain States Games to finish 12th overall. The performance also gave Kiler the sixth best time in the event for the Idaho State men during the 2009 indoor season. Sophomore Jon Dalley will also contribute in the sprints as well as freshmen Andy Lish of Pocatello, Idaho and Garrett Wood of Mountain Home, Idaho. The women will be returning several notable and experienced sprinters this season with the likes of seniors Jessica JohnsonWilliams, Nicole Anderson and Trinelle McKinley. Johnson-Williams held the best 60-meter dash time of the indoor season running a 7.89 at the Wildcat Open. McKinley holds the indoor season best in the 200-meter dash with 25.56 seconds recorded at the Mountain States Games as well as the indoor best in the 400-meter dash with a time of 56.94. The Bengals will also look to freshmen Tiera Weaver, Kristie Sigloh and Kelsie Latimore to contribute in the sprinting events. MIDDLE/LONG DISTANCE Several distance runners will be returning this season. Juniors Zac Barrett, Ryan Davis and Eric Strand as well as senior John Ricardi and sopho-

more Chaz Anestos will all look to make an impact this season. Ricardi is a returning All-Big Sky Conference performer after finishing third in the mile run during the indoor campaign with a time of 4:18.54. Ricardi also holds the indoor season bests in the mile run (4:08.32), the 3,000meter run (8:25.35) and the 5,000-meter run (14:55.66). Ricardi and Strand were two of just six Bengals who qualified for the NCAA West Regional during the outdoor campaign. Ricardi competed in the 3,000meter steeplechase while Strand participated in the 800-meter run. Barrett holds the indoor season best in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:53.4 recorded at the Medalist Invitational. Strand set the outdoor season best in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:50.05 at the Southern Utah Invitational. The women will look for strength in the distance races from seniors Gemma Maini and Kerynn Davis as well as sophomore Bradi Hutchison. Maini dominated in the middle-distance for the Bengals owning the indoor season bests in the 800-meter run (2:15.9) and the mile run (4:59.36) as well as outdoor season bests in the the 800-meter run (2:14.37) and 1,500-meter run (4:29.61). Maini also fin-

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ished fourth in the 1,500m and fifth in the 800m at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship. Davis holds the indoor season best in the 5,000meter run (18:03.19) while Hutchison holds the outdoor season best in the same event (17:35.06).

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JUMPS The jump events could very well be one of the Bengal men’s most dominant areas this season with several decorated athletes returning this season. All-Big Sky Conference sophomores Mike Arnold and Roderick Rumble as well as junior Sam Pierson all return to the Idaho State ranks. Pierson is the defending indoor conference champion in the pole vault, clearing a height of 5.20 meters last March. Arnold took the pole vault title during the outdoor championship vaulting 5.15 meters while Pierson finished second. Pierson and Arnold both qualified for the NCAA Regional and Arnold capped off his freshman season with a second-place performance at the U.S. Junior Track and Field Championships leading to a second-place finish at the 2009 Pan American Junior Championships as well. Rumble finished second at the outdoor championship in the high jump clearing the 2.00 meter mark in just his second meet of the outdoor season. Sergio Jones will look to improve upon his

third-place finish in the long jump during the outdoor campaign while sophomores Tyson Gunter and Brandon McNew will lead the way in the triple jump. The lone all-conference competitor returning on the women’s side, junior Amanda Vink-Johnston will lead ISU in the high jump after finishing second during the indoor campaign with a leap of 1.73 meters. The Bengals will also look for experience from junior Kylee Gleason, the top women’s pole vault athlete last season. Freshmen Jordan Cornelison of Homedale, Idaho will look to help ISU in the jumps while Haley Hathhorn of Boise, Idaho will join the pole vault ranks. THROWS Sophomore J.D. Reiner will be the top throwing performer returning for Idaho State this season. Reiner held the second-best weight throw during the indoor campaign with 12.89 meters and owns the third-best outdoor season performances in both the shot put (13.78m) and hammer throw (39.91m). Reiner also has the fourth-best outdoor performance in the discus (41.42m). Junior Brandon Graef is the highest ranking returning javelin thrower throwing an outdoor season-best 43.24m. ISU will also add many new faces in the throwing events with freshmen Sam Corbett (Grace, Idaho), Addison Grisaffi (Tacoma, Wash.), Cody Jenkins (Redding, Calif.), Matt O’Farrell (Rock Springs, Wyo.) and Mike O’Farrell (Rock Springs, Wyo.). On the women’s side, Idaho State will look to senior Carrie Talbot and

junior Cheyanne Andrade for leadership in the throwing events. Talbot holds the indoor season bests in both the shot put (13.23m) and weight throw (15.70m). Andrade own the outdoor season bests in the shot put (10.65), discus (37.47) and hammer throw (39.72). Amanda Vink-Johnston will lead the way in the javelin with an outdoor season-best of 32.76 meters. MULTI-EVENTS The 2008-09 season was a strong one for the multi-event athletes with Nathan Capps winning the decathlon and Sydney Wendt taking the heptathlon title during the outdoor campaign. Brandon Graef will be the top multi-event athlete returning this season after a second-place finish at the indoor conference championship that earned him All-Conference honors. Sophomore Harley Goedhart and junior Corby Kiler will also return for ISU in the multi-event arena. Cassie Merkley will look to compete again this season for the Bengal women after sitting out the 2008-09 campaign with an injury. Merkley became the 45th ISU track and field athlete to qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championships with her qualification in the heptathlon during the 2007-08 season. Merkley took home Big Sky Conference titles in the heptathlon and pentathlon in the same season. Amanda Vink-Johnston and Nicole Anderson will look to add depth as well.

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2009-10 MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD ROSTER Event Distance Pole Vault Distance Throws Distance Jumps Sprints Distance Distance Distance Pole Vault Pole Vault Multi-Events Throws Jumps Distance Distance Distance Throws Sprints/Jumps Sprints Sprints Sprints Distance Jumps Pole Vault Throws Throws Distance Pole Vault Distance Throws Jumps Distance Multi-Events Jumps Distance Distance Distance Distance Distance Multi-Events Sprints Distance Sprints

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Hometown Pocatello, Idaho Carson City, Nev. Whitehall, Mont. Grace, Idaho Wahiawa, Hawaii Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Rigby, Idaho Temecula, Calif. Temecula, Calif. Declo, Idaho Salmon, Idaho Issaquah, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. McCammon, Idaho Salt Lake City, Utah Pocatello, Idaho Wahiawa, Hawaii Redding, Calif. Beaverton, Ore. Boise, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Eagle, Idaho Bellevue, Idaho Twin Falls, Idaho Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Rock Springs, Wyo. Rock Springs, Wyo. Longmont, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Gardiner, Mont. Ferdinand, Idaho Oak Harbor, Wash. Soda Springs, Idaho Twin Falls, Idaho Chubbuck, Idaho Gillette, Wyo. Gillette, Wyo. Belgrade, Mont. Pocatello, Idaho Meridian, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Nampa, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Mountain Home, Idaho

Last School Highland HS Carson HS North Dakota State Grace HS Leilehua HS Pocatello HS Pocatello HS Rigby HS Great Oak HS Great Oak HS Declo HS Salmon HS Skyline HS Bellarmine Prep HS Southern Virginia Woods Cross HS Pocatello HS Leilehua HS Shasta HS Jesuit HS Eagle HS Pocatello HS Eagle HS Wood River HS Twin Falls HS Coeur d’Alene HS Rock Springs HS Rock Springs HS Silvercreek HS Pueblo South HS Iowa State University Prairie HS Oak Harbor HS Soda Springs HS Filer HS Century HS Campbell County HS Campbell County HS Manhattan HS Pocatello HS Meridian HS Highland HS Skyview HS Century HS Mountain Home HS

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Name Chaz Anestos Michael Arnold Zac Barrett Sam Corbett Shannon Cosey Justin Critser-Lucas Jon Dalley Ryan Davis Kyle Dickerson William Fraser Harley Goedhart Clint Gosack Brandon Graef Addison Grisaffi Tyson Gunter Taylor Hansen Shon Henderson Bryce Jenkins Cody Jenkins Sergio Jones Corby Kiler Andy Lish Drew McConnell Dale McLaughlin Brandon McNew Dustin Myers Matt O’Farrell Mike O’Farrell Scott Pearson Sam Pierson John Ricardi J.D. Riener Roderick Rumble Keane Shuler Brad Silvester Logan Standley Eric Strand Evan Strand Matt Swan Mike Tucker Josh Wageman Trevor White Sam Winston Aaron Wolfe Garret Wood


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Name Nicole Anderson Cheyanne Andrade Aleksandra Buylova Jordan Cornelison Mercedes Crouch Kerynn Davis Kylee Gleason Haley Hathhorn Parris Hodges Bradi Hutchison Cydney Jacobsen Jessica Johnson-Willaims Kelsie Latimore Gemma Maini Trinelle McKinley Cassandra Merkley Chloe Palakovich Angela Phillips Kristie Sigloh Holly Streight Candice Talbot Carrie Talbot Kris Thomasberg Reve Tortel Amanda Vink-Johnston Tiera Weaver

Event Multi-Events Throws Sprints Jumps Throws Distance Pole Vault Pole Vault Distance Distance Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Sprints Multi-Events Distance Throws Sprints Heptathlon Throws Throws Distance Pole Vault Mulit-Events Sprints

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Hometown Declo, Idaho Homedale, Idaho Kirovo-Chepetsk, Russia Idaho Falls, Idaho Rock Springs, Wyo. Boise, Idaho Smith, Nev. Boise, Idaho Hayward, Calif. Pocatello, Idaho Montpelier, Idaho Meridian, Idaho Chubbuck, Idaho Tyabb, Australia Pocatello, Idaho Leavenworth, Wash. Whitehall, Mont. Logan, Utah Mountain Home, Idaho Boise, Idaho Jasper, Mont. Jasper, Mont. Bend, Ore. Idaho Falls, Idaho Nampa, Idaho Rigby, Idaho

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Last School Declo HS Homedale HS Gymnasium No. 2 Rigby HS Rock Springs HS Mountain View HS Smith Valley HS Timberline HS Southern Mississippi Highland HS Bear Lake HS Kuna HS Highland HS Peninsula School Highland HS Cascade HS Whitehall HS Logan HS Mountain Home HS Portland State University Jasper HS Jasper HS Redmond HS Utah State University Nampa HS Rigby HS


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Distance Sophomore Pocatello, Idaho Highland HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Ran a career best 1:56.43 in the 800m during the indoor season at the Mountain States Games (02/07/2009), placing seventh overall…ran a season best in the 800m and career best in the 1500m during the outdoor season at the All Idaho Collegiate (04/03/2009)…finished third overall in the 800m with a time of 1:57.91…placed 12th overall in the 1500m with a time of 4:26.44…received indoor Big Sky All-Academic honors. 2008 Cross Country: Scored for the Bengals at the ISU Dual (29th, 22:20.38), Autumn Classic (70th, 23:54.4), Bob Firman Invitational (40th, 28:29.63), Southern Utah University Color Country Invitational (27th, 23:30.2) and NCAA Regionals (102nd, 34:35.5)…third among ISU runners on two separate occasions…placed fourth among Bengal runners at NCAA Regionals…received Big Sky All-Academic honors. High School: Earned a total of seven letters in soccer, cross country and track and field at Highland High School...5A, District 4-5-6 champion twice in the 800meter run and took sixth in that event his junior year...academic state champion as a senior.

Big Sky All-Conference accolades…placed 12th overall at the NCAA West Regional (05/30/09), clearing the 5.16m mark…earned a career best performance at the US Junior Track and Field Championships (06/25/09) with a vault of 5.20m to finish second and qualify for the 2009 Pan American Junior Championships…placed second at the Pan American Junior Championships (08/02/09) with a vault of 5.10m. High School: Earned three letters in track and field…holds Carson High School record in the pole vault with a vault of 16-1…won the Nevada State Championship in the pole vault as a senior and was named to the Nevada All-State team…a USATF Junior Olympic All-American.

ence Indoor Championships, running a 1:55.89…finished third at Bronco Twilight (05/02/08) in the 800m run, running his season-best time of 1:55.02. 2007 Cross Country: Cracked the top seven for the Bengals three times, finishing seventh among ISU runners at Idaho State’s second dual (10/6), at Southern Utah’s Color Country meet (10/14), and the NCAA Mountain Region meet in Ogden, UT (11-10)…ran a time of 21:54 in the 6K at ISU, followed that with a 25:12.10 in the 8K at Cedar City and ran the 10K in 36:05.9 at the Mountain Region meet.

Personal: Mother is Kelly Arnold…Grandfather, Tom Cross, ran track and field at Nevada-Reno…majoring in psychology. Arnold’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date Pole vault Outdoor 5.20m US Junior Track Championships 06/25/2009 Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor Pole Vault 2009 Indoor Pole Vault

5.15m 4.85m

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Zac barrett Distance Junior Whitehall, Mont. North Dakota State

Personal: Parents are Pete and Terrie Anestos…Pete ran cross country and track at Clemson...majoring in business management. Anestos’ Best Performances Event 800m 1500m

Season Indoor Outdoor

Result 1:56.43 4:26.44

Meet Date Mountain States Games 02/07/2009 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009

Mike Arnold Pole Vault Sophomore Carson City, Nev. Carson HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Placed third in the pole vault at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (02/27/09) with a vault of 4.85m…finished first at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (05/13/09) vaulting 5.15m, earning

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor season for the Bengals…ran a career best in the 800m during the indoor season at the Medalist Invitational (02/13/09) placing first with a time of 1:53.91…also had career bests in the outdoor 1500m (3:56.12, 42nd) at the Mt. SAC relays (04/17/09) and both the indoor mile (4:18.57, seventh) at the Mountain States Games (02/07/09) and indoor 3000m (9:11.33, 17th) at the Bengal Shootout (01/16/09)...finished seventh at the 2009 Big Sky Indoor Championship (02/27/09) in the 800m with a time of 2:01.81. 2008 Cross Country: Did not compete for the first part of the season with an IT band injury…placed second among ISU runners, 20th overall, in his 2008 debut at the Utah Valley Invitational…ran the 5K course in a time of 16:45.8…finished third (27:19.20) for the Bengals contributing to ISU’s third-place finish at the Southern Utah Color Country Invitational…also scored for the Bengals with a 15th-place overall finish at the ISU Triangular (20:08.00), a 37th-place finish at the Big Sky Conference Championships (25:33.6) and a 101st-place finish at the NCAA Regional (34:07.9). 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for Idaho State as a freshman…won the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (02/29/08) in the distance medley, posting a time of 10:07.01…posted his quickest 800m run of the indoor campaign in the preliminary round at the Big Sky Confer-

Previous College: Attended North Dakota State University. High School: Lettered in track for four years...lettered in basketball and cross country for two years...lettered in football for one year...took second at state for the cross country team...member of the 2005 cross country state champion team...took second at state in the 800-meter run as well as third in state in the 1,600-meter run...member of a 4x400-meter relay team that took second at state and set a school record...finished second at state as a team in 2006... all-conference shooting guard in basketball. Personal: Parents are Keith Barrett and Tammy Hill...father and mother ran track and cross country in college...majoring in physical education. Barrett’s Best ISU Performances

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Bengal Track and Field Event 800m 1500m 1 mile 3000m

Season Indoor Outdoor Indoor Indoor

Result 1:53.91 3:56.12 4:18.57 9:11.33

Meet Date Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009 Mt. SAC Relays 04/17/2009 Mountain States Games 02/07/2009 Bengal Shootout 01/16/2009

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 800m 2009 Indoor 800m 1-mile 2008 Outdoor 800m 2008 Indoor Distance Medley 800m

1:54.98 2:01.81 4:35.13 1:56.70 10:07.01 1:55.89

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sam corbett Throws Freshman Grace, Idaho Grace HS

Ryan davis

Jumps Freshman Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello HS

High School: Competed in cross country, track and field and basketball at Pocatello High School…tied the school high jump record clearing six feet, six inches…member of the 2009 track and field state champion team. Personal: Age 18…parents are Alan and Tammy Lucas…brothers Michael and Brandon…sister Katelyn…majoring in sociology with a minor in Spanish.

Distance Junior Rigby, Idaho Rigby HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…recorded career bests in the 3000m steeple chase (ninth, 9:25.23) at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (05/13/09), outdoor 5000m (first, 4:01.99) at the All Idaho Collegiate (04/03/09), the indoor 3000m (third, 8:52.90) at the Medalist Invitational, the indoor one mile (first, 4:27.70) at the Mountain States Games (02/07/09), the outdoor 1500m (fifth, 4:01.99) at the SUU Invitational

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Sprints Sophomore Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello HS

High School: Lettered three years in basketball and four years in track and field…named first team all-conference honorable mention in basketball…holds the school record in the discus and shot put…three-time district champion in the discus…two-time district champion in the shot put…2A state champion in both the shot put and discus in his senior year…member of the fourth-place track team at the 2A state championship…four-year honor roll student…earned an Academic letter…a Business Professionals of America state champion…an eagle scout. Personal: Age 19…parents are Craig and Dawn Corbett…sister Shannon… brother Kellen…father Craig played football at Dixie State College…brother Kellen played golf at Westminster College…majoring in mass communication.

shannon cosey Distance Freshman Wahiawa, Hawaii Leilehua HS

2006-07: Competed in the indoor and outdoor season for Idaho State…finished 14th at the Sacramento State Invitational (3/24) in the 400-meter dash with his best time as a Bengal (48.88)…also had a ISU career-best in the 200-meter dash at the same event finishing 17th…took fourth in the 400-meter (49.85) dash at the Boise State Dual (4/7) and fifth in the 200-meter dash (22.54)…finished 14th at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/12) in the 400-meter dash with a time of 50.66. High School: Competed in football, basketball and track and field for Pocatello High School…received senior all-around student athlete honors…member of the two-time state runner-up football team…graduated with highest honors. Personal: Age 21…parents are Jim and Ann Dalley…siblings Jaime, Breck, Jeremy and Jara…father Jim wrestled at Idaho State…majoring in secondary education and history with a minor in philosophy and religion.

High School: Earned three letters in cross country and four in track…member of the 2008 cross country OIA and state champion team…participated at state track and field in 2009 placing eighth in the 3000m and 11th in the 1500m. Personal: Age 18…parents Jamie and Kristina Cosey…majoring in mas communication.

Dalley’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 200m Outdoor 22.24 Sacramento State Invitational 400m Outdoor 48.88 Sacramento State Invitational Big Sky Championship Results 2007 Outdoor 400m

50.66

Date 03/24/2007 03/24/2007

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and the 800m (11th, 2:01.22) at the Mark Faldmo Invitational…received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors in both the indoor and outdoor seasons. 2008 Cross Country: Led the Bengals for the first five races of the season…never finished below second-place for ISU…finished in the top 10 twice during the season with an eighth-place finish at the Bob Firman Invitational (26:32.94) and a ninth-place finish at the Southern Utah Color Country Invitational (26:26.20)... placed first among Bengal runners at the NCAA Regional with a 77th-place overall finish running the 10K course in a time of 32:31.5…received Big Sky All-Academic honors.

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2007 Cross Country: Was one of the best non-senior performers for the Bengals, finishing sixth among ISU runners on three separate occasions...ran a 26:47.88 in the 5-mile at the Bob Firman Cross Country meet in Boise (9/22), recorded a time of 21:49 in the 6K at ISU’s second dual (10/6) and finished the 8K race at Southern Utah (10/14) in 25:01.30...finished seventh in the Bengals’ lineup at the Montana State Invitational (9/15), running a 5-mile race in 27:08. High School: Member of the Rigby High School cross country and track teams... four-year varsity letter winner…three-time team MVP and all-conference honoree...two-time all-state cross country and track performer...track and cross country team captain...first team academic, first team all-conference and first team all-state...part of the district runner-up cross country team in 2002...on the honor roll all four years...Rigby Club Scholarship winner...ASB President and Treasurer…National Honor Society member...Who’s Who Award recipient. Personal: Parents are Kirk and JoAnne Davis...five brothers, Benjamin, Ancle, Bradley, Randy and Spencer...majoring in business management and marketing. Davis’ Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 800m Outdoor 2:01.22 1500m Outdoor 4:01.99 1 mile Indoor 4:27.70 3000m Indoor 8:52.90 5000m Outdoor 15:24.37 10k Outdoor 33:07.29 3k Steeple Outdoor 9:25.23

Meet Date Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/18/2009 SUU Invitational 05/02/2009 Mountain States Games 02/07/2009 Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009 Big Sky Outdoor Championships 05/14/2008 Big Sky Outdoor Championships 05/13/2009

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 3k Steeple 2009 Indoor 5000m 2008 Outdoor 10k

9:25.23 16:05.69 33:07.29

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kyle dickerson Distance Freshman Temecula, Calif. Great Oaks HS

High School: Earned four letters in cross country and track and field…holds five individual school records and three relay records…named team MVP for two seasons…received first team all-league honors. Personal: Kyle Alan Dickerson…born in Chula Vista, Calif…age 18…parents Michica and Donald Dickerson…major is undecided.

William fraser Distance Freshman Temecula, Calif. Great Oaks HS

Shot Put Discus Javelin Decathlon

Outdoor Outdoor Outdoor Outdoor

10.65m 39.92m 38.04m 5976 pts

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clint gosack Pole Vault Freshman Salmon, Idaho Salmon HS

High School: Earned four letters in both cross country and track…team captain in his senior season. Personal: Raised in Temecula, Calif…age 18…parents Ken and Amy Garrett… major is undecided.

harley goedhart Pole Vault Sophomore Declo, Idaho Declo HS

High School: Lettered three years in football and four years in track and field…held the school record in the 20m dash and the 190-pound snatch record for the Savages…named to the all-conference first team defensive tackle…second team all-conference running back in 2008…three-time state pole vault champion…holds state 3A record…two-way starter on the 3A state champion football team in 2008…one-year honor roll student and prom king candidate. Personal: Age 18…parents are Larry and Janet Gosack…brother Wade…sister Hailey…sister played rugby for the University of Idaho…majoring in psychology.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the decathlon at the Big Sky Conference Championships placing 11th with 5976 points…placed fourth in the high jump at the Medalist Invitational with a personal best of 1.86m…placed fifth at the same event for a PR in the 60m hurdles with a time of 9.32…placed seventh in the decathlon at the CSUN Decathlon and Heptathlons with 5849 points.

brandon graef Multi-Event Junior Issaquah, Wash. Skyline HS

High School: Ran track, competed in wrestling and played football at Declo High School. Personal: Parents are Christine Spelings and Jerry Goedhart…has one sister, Heidi Goedhart…majoring in electric engineering. Goedhart’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 100m Outdoor 11.76 Big Sky Conference Championship 200m Indoor 24.82 Bengal Shootout 400m Outdoor 52.74 CSUN Spring Break Multis 1500m Outdoor 4:50.17 Big Sky Conference Championship 60mHH Indoor 9.32 Medalist Invitational 110mHH Outdoor 15.71 Robison Invitational 400mIH Outdoor 1:01.99 SUU Invitational High Jump Indoor 1.86m Medalist Invitational Pole Vault Outdoor 4.42m Mark Faldmo Invitational Long Jump Outdoor 6.00m Big Sky Conference Championship Triple Jump Indoor 12.16m MSU-UM-ISU

Date 05/13/2009 01/16/2009 03/20/2009 05/13/2009 02/13/2009 04/23/2009 05/02/2009 02/13/2009 04/18/2009 05/13/2009 01/30/2009

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the both the indoor and outdoor season for the Bengals…placed second in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) with a career-high 5040 points…during the same heptathlon event had career bests in the 60m (7.14), 1000m (2:59.87), 60m high hurdles (8.20) and long jump (6.83m)…finished fourth in the decathlon at the CSUN Spring Break Multi’s (3/20) with a career-high 6525 points…at the same event had a career-best performance in the 400m portion of the decathlon with a time of 49.27 as well as the 1500m (4:57.15)…ran a career-best 55.86 in the 400m hurdles during the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18) and threw a career-best 43.24m in the javelin at the Robison Invitational (4/22)…also had a career-best performance in the pole vault with a height of 4.44m at the Bengal Shootout (1/16)… earned All-Conference honors in the heptathlon during the indoor season.

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2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…finished the 3000m run in 9:16.12 at the MSU Open (02/01/08), placing sixth…competed in the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (05/17/08) in the 10,000m run, finishing 17th with a time of 33.07.29…ran a time of 4:08.78 in the 1500m run at the Bronco Twilight (05/02/08), finishing 15th…took sixth in the 5000m run at the All-Idaho Cup (04/05/08), running the event in 15:48.85.

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2007-08 Track and Field: Competed for the Bengals during the outdoor season, after sitting out the indoor campaign...scored 5,865 points in the decathlon at the BYU Invitational (4/26) to take sixth place in the event... also turned in an 11th-place finish in the decathlon at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17)...was part of the 4X100-meter relay squad that took second place at the Bronco Twilight (5/2), as the squad ran a time of 42.21 seconds...captured first place in the 110-meter hurdles event of the decathlon at the conference championships, running a time of 15.15 seconds...recorded a season best of 127-11 feet in the discus throw at the Javier’s Wildcat Open (4/12), finishing 13th...finished the 100-meter dash in 11.24 seconds to finish third in the decathlon portion of the conference championships (5/17)...finished fourth in the 400-meter dash event during the decathlon at the conference championships (5/17), running a season-low time of 51.21 seconds...finished third in the long jump portion of the decathlon at the Big Sky Conference Championships (5/17), recording a jump of 21-10.75...threw a season-best of 35-01.00 in the shot put at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5).

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2006-07 Track and Field: Had an excellent showing his freshman year... competed in multiple events during the indoor and outdoor season...ran the 55-meter dash in 6.90 at the Mountain State Games (2/10) during the indoor season...ran a 200-meter dash in 23.44 at the MSU Open (1/19)... holds the second best 55-meter hurdle season best record with a time of 8.00 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...had a high jump height of 5-7.75 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...took a 10-2 height in the pole vault at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...had a season best long jump of 19-1.25 at the ISU Duel Series #2 (2/2)...threw a 33-4.5 in the shot put at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...had a season best heptathlon finish with 4,155 points in the Mountain State Games (2/10)...had a season best 100-meter run with a time of 12.59 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21) during the outdoor season...had a 200-meter finish with a time of 22.79 at the Robison Invitational (4/28)...had a season best 400-meter run with a time of 51.02 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21) during the outdoor season...holds the season best finish in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 14.93 at the Robison Invitational (4/28)...ran the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 59.06 at the Boise State Dual (4/7)...had a season best high jump of 5-7.25 at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...recorded a 9-0.25 in the pole vault at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...had a season best long jump of 20-10.75 at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...had a decathlon finish of 5,557 points at the Spring break Open (3/16) his best of the outdoor season. High School: Lettered in track and field all four years and lettered in football two years...received the most improved award as a junior and team MVP as a senior...holds the school records in the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, and the 4x400 relay...helped his team to a first place finish in districts and third at state. Personal: Parents are Marcus and Mary Graef...majoring in business. Graef’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 55m Indoor 6.72 60m Indoor 7.14 100m Outdoor 11.23 200m Outdoor 22.72 400m Outdoor 49.27 1000m Indoor 2:59.87 1500m Outdoor 4:57.15 55mHH Indoor 7.88

Meet Tie-Dye Meet Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Conference Championship Robison Invitational CSUN Spring Break Multi’s Big Sky Conference Championship CSUN Spring Break Multi’s Tie-Dye Meet

Date 12/15/2007 02/27/2009 05/09/2007 04/28/2007 03/20/2009 02/27/2009 03/20/2009 12/15/2007

60mHH 110mHH 400mIH High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin Heptathlon Decathlon

Indoor Outdoor Outdoor Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Outdoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor

8.20 14.66 55.86 1.80m 4.44m 6.83m 10.31m 35.57m 43.24 5040 pts 6525 pts

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 110mIH 400mIH 2009 Indoor Heptathlon 2008 Outdoor Decathlon 2007 Outdoor Decathlon 2007 Indoor Heptathlon

Big Sky Conference Championship All Idaho Collegiate Mark Faldmo Invitational Big Sky Conference Championship Bengal Shootout Big Sky Conference Championship Tie-Dye Meet Big Sky Conference Championship Robison Invitational Big Sky Conference Championship CSUN Spring Break Multi’s 14.95 56.38 5040 points 5468 points 5932 points 4109 points

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addison grisaffi Throws Freshman Tacoma, Wash. Bellarmine Prep HS

Idaho State…ran a season-best in the 200m at the Robison Invitational (4/25) with a time of 23.18…had season-best performances in the long jump (6.83m) at the Robison Invitational (4/25) and in the triple jump (12.90m) at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/03)…finished fourth in the high jump at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship with a season-best 2.00m…finished sixth in the high jump (1.94m) at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship…received Big Sky AllAcademic in both the indoor and outdoor seasons. Southern Virginia: Played football at SVU in 2005. High School: Played football and ran track and field at Marsh Valley High School before graduating in 2005…was the track captain and a member of the AllState track team his senior year…took second place in the Idaho State 3A high jump competition in 2005. Personal: Parents are Jeff and Vickie Gunter…has six siblings: Rob, Cam, Corey, Brock, Brandon and Rachelle…majoring in management.

Gunter’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 200m Outdoor 23.18 High Jump Outdoor 2.00m Long Jump Outdoor 6.83m Triple Jump Outdoor 12.90m

Meet Date Robison Invitational 04/25/2009 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 Robison Invitational 04/25/2009 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor High Jump Long Jump 2009 Indoor High Jump

2.00m 6.74m 1.94m

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taylor hansen Distance Junior Salt Lake City, Utah Woods Cross HS

High School: Earned four letters in wrestling, three in football and two in track and field at Bellarmine Prep…football team made state playoffs in 2008 and 2009…qualified for state track in 2009…received All-state academic honors in wrestling. Personal: Full name is Addison John Grisaffi…age 19…parents are David and Whitney Grisaffi…brothers Garrison and Carson…father David wrestled for Central Washington University…majoring in exercise science.

tyson gunter Jumps Sophomore McCammon, Idaho Southern Virginia

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor season for Idaho State…placed 12th at the Mountain States Games (2/7) in the 1-mile run and 5000m with indoor season-best times of 4:44.03 and 17:26.89 respectively…had a season-best 9:16.03 in the 3000m at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) placing sixth…finished seventh at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) in the 5000m with a outdoor season-best time of 16:03.44…also had a season-best time in the 3000m steeplechase at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) finishing third with a time 10:25.0h…finished 17th in the 5000m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships with a time of 16:47.58. 2008 Cross Country: Redshirt season.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor season for

2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in three events during the indoor season

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2007 Cross Country: Placed sixth at the ISU vs. SUU dual (9/1), running 20:11 on the 6K course...finished 36th at the Montana State Invitational (9/15), running the 5-mile course in 26:15 to finish third among ISU runners...came in fifth among ISU runners and 42nd overall at the Bob Firman Cross Country meet (9/22), completing the five-mile course in 26:45.86...placed 20th overall at the Southern Utah Color Country meet (10/14), running a 24:09.10 on the 8K course...finished fifth among ISU runners and 39th overall at the Big Sky Conference Championship (10/27), completing the 8000-meter course in 26:22.8...ran a 33:17.2 in the 10K at the NCAA Mountain Region meet (11/10), third among Idaho State runners. 2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in the outdoor season in the 3000-meter steeplechase…achieved his best time of the season in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:37.58 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)…also competed in the 5000-meter run and the 1500m run…had best time of the season in the 1500m with a time of 4:09.90 at the Idaho State Springfest (4/21)…had best time of the season in the 5000m with a time of 15:19.31 at the ISU Springfest (4/21). 2006 Cross Country: Placed 47th at the BYU Autumn Classic (9/9), running 22:13.2 on the 4-mile course...placed sixth at the ISU Albertson College Dual (9/16), running a 20:29 6-kilometer race...placed 28th at the Montana Invitational (9/30), running a 26:44 8-kilometer race...placed 13th at the SUU Invitational (10/14), covering the 8-kilometer course in 24:35.71...placed 44th in the Big Sky Conference (10/28), running the 8-kilometer race in 26:33. High School: Ran cross country and track for Woods Cross High School. Personal: Parents are Susan and Dean Hansen...majoring in art. Hansen’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 1500m Outdoor 4:14.22 1-mile Indoor 4:35.68 3000m Indoor 9:01.31 5000m Outdoor 15:38.80 3K Steeple Outdoor 9:50.14

Meet Idaho State Spring Fest Snake River Open Mountain State Games Idaho State Spring Fest Mark Faldmo Invitational

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Indoor 5000m 2007 Outdoor 3000m Steeple

16:47.58 9:57.47

Date 04/21/2007 01/19/2008 02/09/2008 04/21/2007 04/14/2007 17th 10th

shon henderson Sprints Freshman Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello HS

Personal: Full name is William Cody Jenkins…age 21…parents are Curtis Jenkins and Melody McLearn…brother Curtis Jenkins Jr…sister Jayme Flom…majoring in nursing.

sergio jones Sprints/Jumps Senior Beaverton, Ore. Jesuit HS

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Bryce Jenkins Distance Freshman Wahiawa, Hawaii Leilehua HS

High School: Earned four letters in both track and field and cross country…threetime cross country state champion…track state champion for one season…led high school cross country team to two state titles…two-time Hawaii Gatorade Athlete of the Year…holds state record in the 1500-meter run…OIA runner of the year his senior season…selected to the HHSAA State of Hawaii Athlete Hall of Honor…served as team captain his junior and senior year. Personal: Bryce Kekoa Jenkins…age 18…parents Bruce and Susan Jenkins…majoring in nursing.

Cody Jenkins Throws Freshman Redding, Calif. Shasta HS

Previous College: Completed college credits at Shasta College during his senior year of high school as well as summer credits. High School: Lettered in football and track and field at Shasta High School all four years…honor roll student.

2008-09 Track and Field: Finished third in the 200m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) with a final time of 21.77…placed fourth in the 60m with a time of 6.93…finished second in both the 100m (10.85) and 200m (21.52) at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13)…finished third in the long jump (7.09m)…had a career-best performance at the Southern Utah Invitational in the 200m with a time of 21.02 seconds, a NCAA Regional qualifying mark to finish in first place... finished eighth in the 200m at the NCAA Regional (6/1) after narrowly defeating Washington’s Joe Turner by just two thousandths of a second in the preliminary round…received all-conference honors during the indoor season in the 200m as well as in the outdoor season in the 100m, 200m and long jump. 2007-08 Track and Field: Had spectacular indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals in his first year of competition at Idaho State... Earned two bronzes at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), taking third in both the long jump and the 200-meter dash... His 200-meter time of 21.67 seconds was his best time of the season, as was his long jump distance of 23-11.50... Also took fourth in the 60-meter dash at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29), running a time of 6.90 seconds, but he posted his season-best of 6.83 seconds in the preliminary round... Earned a silver at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17) in the 100-meter dash, running a time of 10.59 seconds, but his season-low in that event was at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19), where he ran a time of 10.50 seconds... Posted his season-best time in the 200-meter dash at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19), finishing second with a time of 21.19 seconds... Captured third in the long jump at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19), posting a season-best mark of 23-03.50... Qualified for the NCAA West Regionals (5/30) in the 100-meter and 200-

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before sitting out the outdoor campaign…ran a 4:32.51 in the 1-mile run at the MSU Open (2/1) to finish in sixth place…took 17th place in the 5000-meter run at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), running a 16:15.28.

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Bengal Track and Field meter dashes, finishing 12th in the preliminary round of the 100-meter and and 14th in the preliminary round of the 200-meter. Previous College: Ran unattached and took first at the Oregon Preview for the 100 meter dash in 2007 with a time of 10.85. High School: Lettered in football, basketball and track...Took second in track at district in the 100m, 20m and long jump in 2005...Took second in district in 2004 in the 100 meter dash...Was first team All-State for football in 2004...Was second team All-State in track for 2005...Was third team all league in basketball for 2004...Holds the 2nd place record for Jesuit High School in the long jump...Made all league six times and all state three times in football, basketball and track...While a member of track the team took 2nd place in state in 2005...Football team took third in state while a member in 2004. Personal: Parents are Kenneth and Shannon Jones…majoring in political science.

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Jones’ Best ISU Performances Event Season Time 55m Indoor 6.39 60m Indoor 6.83 100m Outdoor 10.50 200m Outdoor 21.09 400m Outdoor 49.27 Long Jump Indoor 7.30m

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Meet Date Montana State Open 02/01/2008 Big Sky Conference Championship 03/01/2008 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/19/2008 Southern Utah Invitational 05/02/2009 Wildcat Open 04/12/2008 Big Sky Conference Championship 03/01/2008

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 200m 100m Long Jump 2009 Indoor 60m 200m Long Jump 2008 Outdoor 100m 200m Long Jump 2008 Indoor 60m 200m Long Jump

21.52 10.85 7.09m 6.93 21.77 6.83m 10.59 21.45 6.94m 6.90 21.85 7.30m

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corby kiler Sprints Junior Boise, Idaho Eagle HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor season for ISU…recorded a career-best time in the 60m (7.25) during the indoor season at the Mountain States Games (2/6) to finish 12th…competed in the decathlon at the Big

Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13) and recorded a personal best 5296 points to finish 12th…member of the fourth-place 4x100 relay team that finished fourth at the Big Sky Outdoor Championship.

Andy Lish Sprints Freshman Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello HS

2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor campaigns for the Bengals as a sophomore...turned in a season-low of 7.51 seconds in the 60-meter dash in the preliminary round of the Snake River Open (1/19)...ran the 400-meter dash in 53.61 seconds at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23)...finished eighth in the 100-meter dash at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19), posting a time of 11.17 seconds...took ninth in the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19) in the 200-meter dash after running a time of 23.07 seconds...finished fifth at the BYU Invitational (4/26) in the 400-meter dash with a time of 43.66 seconds. 2006-07 Track and Field: Had a competitive freshman season...competed in sprints during the indoor and outdoor seasons...ran a season best 55 meter in 6.96 at the Mountain State Games (2/10)...had a season best of 23.37 in the 200-meter dash at the Mountain State Games (2/10)...during the outdoor season achieved a season best 100 meter dash run of 11.81 at the Springfest (4/21)...achieved a season best of 23.16 in the 200-meter dash at the Robison Invitational (4/28). High School: Lettered in football two years and lettered in track and field for three... received the most improved athlete award...helped his team win the state championship as a sophomore...as a junior team took third place and as a senior team took second... Participated in the 4x200 and 4x100 with ISU football’s Kenny Hellmendollar.

High School: Competed in track for Pocatello High School…state champion in the 1600-meter medley relay…placed sixth in the 100meter dash at state…member of state track and field team…honor roll student and voted most likely to be famous. Personal: age 18…parents are Troy Lish and Lisa Lammers…uncle Matt Lammers was a sprinter for Idaho State and the College of Southern Idaho.

Drew mcconnell Freshman Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello HS

Personal: Full name is Corby Ross Kiler...parents are Kelly and Tammy Kiler...majoring in exercise science. Kiler’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Time 55m Indoor 7.06 60m Indoor 7.25 100m Outdoor 11.17 200m Outdoor 23.07 400m Outdoor 50.27 1500m Outdoor 5:06.32 110mHH Outdoor 19.22 High Jump Outdoor 1.75m Pole Vault Outdoor 3.15m Long Jump Outdoor 6.22m Shot Put Outdoor 10.04m Discus Outdoor 28.12m Javelin Outdoor 35.17m Decathlon Outdoor 5296 pts

Meet Wildcat Open Mountain States Games Mark Faldmo Invitational Mark Faldmo Invitationl Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Conference Championship Robison Invitational Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Conference Championship Southern Utah Invitational Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Conference Championship Robison Invitational Big Sky Conference Championship

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor Decathlon 2008 Outdoor 100m

5296 points 11.40

Date 02/23/2008 02/06/2009 04/19/2008 04/19/2008 05/13/2009 05/13/2009 04/23/2009 05/13/2009 05/13/2009 05/02/2009 05/13/2009 05/13/2009 04/23/2009 05/13/2009

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dale mclaughlin Freshman Bellevue, Idaho Wood River HS

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2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide

Jumps Sophomore Twin Falls, Idaho Twin Falls HS

the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29)...took third in the triple jump at the MSU Open (2/1), posting a jump of 42-08.25 feet...posted a distance of 19-06.75 in the long jump at the Mountain State Games (2/8)...finished 10th in the decathlon at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17), scoring 5,622 points... cleared 6-03.50 in the high jump at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/17) to finish second among decathlon competitors...his season-best distance of 43-06 in the triple jump was good for third place at the Javier’s Wildcat Open (4/12)... cleared 11-11.75 in the pole vault during the decathlon portion of the Big Sky Indoor Championships (5/17)...posted a season-best distance of 91-06 feet in the discus throw at the BYU Invitational (4/26)...ran the 110-meter hurdles in a personal-best 16.58 seconds at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/17). High School: Lettered in track for four years...named team MVP...lettered in cross country for one year...participated in basketball…on the honor roll.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the heptathlon during the indoor campaign…had a season best of 3985 points at the Mountain States Games (2/7) finishing 10th in the event…recorded career-best performances in the 55m hurdles (8.80) at the Montana State-Montana-Idaho State duals (1/30) and the shot put (9.21m) at the Mountain States Games (2/6)...participated in the jumping events during the outdoor season setting a career-best in the long jump with a leap of 6.23m at the Wildcat Invitational (4/11), placing 12th…finished 10th in the high jump at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13) with a jump of 1.90m. 2007-08 Track and Field: Had a very active freshman campaign for the Bengals, competing in both the indoor and outdoor seasons... scored 3,916 points in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), finishing 11th in the event...finished the 60-meter dash in 7.76 seconds at the conference championships (2/29), finishing tied for third in the heptathlon part of the event...tied for first place in the high jump at the MSU Open (2/1), clearing a height of 6-06.75 feet... ran the 1,000-meter run in a season-low time of 2:57.90 during the heptathlon at

the 2005-06 season. High School: Earned three letters in track and field at Coeur d’Alene High School…placed eighth at state in 2005…team made a state appearance twice during his tenure…ASB President…homecoming king. Personal: Full name is Dustin Thomas Myers…age 22…parents are Bob and Laurel Myers…siblings Robby, Nicole, Brooke, Christopher, Lyndsey and Jacob…sister Nicole played soccer for Spokane Falls Community College…majoring in business management with a minor in Spanish. 

matt o’farrell Throws Freshman Rock Springs, Wyo. Rock Springs HS

Personal: Parents are Brad and Carolyn McNew...undecided major. McNew’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 60m Indoor 7.76 100m Outdoor 12.14 200m Indoor 24.53 400m Outdoor 53.63 1500m Outdoor 4:59.30 55mHH Indoor 8.80 60mHH Indoor 9.72 110mHH Outdoor 16.58 High Jump Indoor 2.00m Pole Vault Outdoor 3.65m Long Jump Outdoor 6.23m Triple Jump Outdoor 13.26m Shot Put Indoor 9.21m Discus Outdoor 27.88m Javelin Outdoor 41.10m Heptathlon Indoor 4027 pts Decathlon Outdoor 5622 pts

Meet Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Conference Championship Wildcat Open CSUN Decathlon/Heptathlon BYU Robison Invite MSU-UM-ISU Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Conference Championship MSU Open Big Sky Conference Championship Javier’s Wildcat Invitational Wildcat Open Mountain States Games BYU Robison Invitational BYU Robison Invitational Mountain States Games Big Sky Conference Championship

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor High Jump 2008 Outdoor Decathlon 2008 Indoor Heptathlon

1.90m 5622 points 3916 points

Date 03/01/2008 05/14/2008 02/23/2008 03/23/2008 04/26/2008 01/30/2009 03/01/2008 05/14/2008 02/01/2008 05/14/2008 04/11/2009 04/12/2008 02/06/2009 04/26/2008 04/26/2008 02/09/2008 05/14/2008

High School: Lettered four years in both football and track and field…named allstate offense and all-conference defense in football…named all-state and all-conference in track and field…state champion and named Best of Best…football team made second round of state playoffs…track team placed second at state…National Honor Society member…honor roll student…named Homecoming King. Personal: Age 18…parents are Mark and LeeAnn O’Farrell…brother Mike…father Mark played football for Idaho State University…brother Mike also is a member of the ISU track and field team…majoring in chemistry.

mike o’farrell Throws Freshman Rocks Springs, Wyo. Rock Springs HS

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dustin myers Pole Vault Junior Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Coeur d’Alene HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Did not compete. Previous College: Participated in track and field at North Idaho College during

High School: Earned four letters in outdoor track, three in indoor track and three in football…named all-state twice and all-conference once…named honorable mention…scored most points for track team in 2008 and 2009…4A regional and state champion…outdoor track team was state runner-up in 2009…football team made the second round of the state playoffs in 2008…four-year honor roll student…National Honor Society and Athletes for Literacy member. Personal: Age 18…parents are Mark and LeeAnn O’Farrell…brother Matt… father Mark played football for Idaho State University…brother Matt also is a member of the ISU track and field team…majoring in chemistry.

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Bengal Track and Field scott pearson Distance Junior Longmont, Colo. Silvercreek HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…finished 20th at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) in the 1500m run with a season-best time of 4:48.06…recorded personal bests in the 800m (2:07.91) at the Javier’s Wildcat Invitational (4/11) and in the 3000m (10:03.20) at the Medalist Invitational (2/13)…received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors in both the indoor and outdoor campaigns. 2008 Cross Country: Scored at the first meet of the season finishing the 6K course with a time of 22:32.85 for a 31st overall finish…finished fifth among Bengal runners…placed 30th overall at the Idaho State Triangular (21:27.00) and 31st overall at the Color Country Invitational (29:12.60)…ran the 8K course at the Bob Firman Invitational in a time of 29:08.50 for a 60th-place finish…Big Sky Conference All-Academic honoree…made the dean’s list during the fall, spring and summer semesters. 2007-08 Track and Field: Redshirt season.

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2007 Cross Country: Redshirt season.

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High School: Ran distance for Silver Creek High School’s track team as well as participating in cross country…earned four varsity letters in both sports... ran the Bolder Boulder 10-kilometer run...champion tri-athlete...made the dean’s list in 2007, compiling a 3.95 GPA. Personal: Parents are Jan and Glenn Pearson...majoring in history with a minor in political science. Pearson’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date 800m Outdoor 2:07.91 Javier’s Wildcat Invitational 04/11/2009 1500m Outdoor 4:48.06 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009 3000m Indoor 10:03.20 Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009

sam pierson Pole Vault Junior Pueblo, Colo. Pueblo South HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…set a season-best vault of 5.20m at the Medalist Invitational

(2/13)…earned the Big Sky Conference Indoor title in the pole vault at the conference championship (2/27) clearing 5.15m and garnering All-Conference honors for the indoor campaign…finished second at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship with his best vault of the outdoor season of 5.05m to receive All-Conference accolades…named a Big Sky All-Academic in both the outdoor and indoor season. 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in the pole vault during both the indoor and outdoor seasons, and qualified for the NCAA National Championships during the outdoor campaign...recorded an indoor-season best of 16-02.50 at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), finishing seventh overall...took fifth place at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29) by clearing a height of 15-11.75... finished in the top five in all six pole vault competitions he entered during the spring season...won the All-Idaho Cup with a vault of 15-07.00, which was actually his second-worst jump of the spring season...cleared 16-00.75 three times, at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19), the BYU Invitational (4/26) and the Bronco Twilight (5/2)...finished second at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/17) with a vault of 17-02.75, which was good enough to qualify him for the NCAA Regional meet... Cleared 16-07.25 on his second attempt at regionals (5/31) but missed on all three attempts at 17-01.00...qualified for the national meet on the strength of his Big Sky Conference mark...cleared 16-08.75 on his third attempt at the NCAA National Meet (6/11) but missed on all three attempts at 17-02.25. 2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor seasons...had a season best of 15- 6.75 in the pole vault at the ISU Duel Series #1 (1/12) in the indoor season...had a great outdoor season...competed in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.42 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...captured a season best in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.80 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...ran the 400-meter in 53.94 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...captured a season best of 5:00.80 at the 1,500-meter run in the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...held a season best in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 16:45 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...reached a height of 5-7.25 in the high jump at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...holds the second best pole vault season bet record with a height of 16 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...had a long jump of 19-11 at the Robison Invitational (4/28)...had a season-best javelin throw of 121-10 at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...finished the Springbreak Open (3/16) with a decathlon score of 5,448 points. High School: Lettered in track and field all four years and lettered in soccer one year...broke the state and school record with a jump of 15-8.6 in the pole vault in 2006...graduated with honors and was student body president of the District 60 Health Academy. Personal:  Parents are Mark and Linda...majoring in nursing. Pierson’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 100m Outdoor 12.39 200m Outdoor 23.73 400m Outdoor 53.83 1500m Outdoor 5:05.12 60mHH Indoor 8.95 110mHH Outdoor 16.41 High Jump Outdoor 1.71m Pole Vault Outdoor 5.25m Long Jump Outdoor 6.07m Triple Jump Indoor 11.66m Shot Put Outdoor 8.59m Discus Outdoor 26.60m

Meet Date Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/14/2007 Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007 Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007 ISU Duel 02/02/2007 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/14/2007 Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008 Robison Invitational 04/28/2007 Tie Dye Meet 12/15/2007 Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007 Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007

Javelin Decathlon

Outdoor Outdoor

37.14m 5448 pts

Idaho State Spring Fest Relays Springbreak Open

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor Pole Vault 2009 Indoor Pole Vault 2008 Outdoor Pole Vault 2008 Indoor Pole Vault 2007 Outdoor Pole Vault 2007 Indoor Pole Vault

5.05m 5.15m 5.25m 4.87m 4.60m NH

04/21/2007 03/16/2007 Second First Second Fifth Eighth

john ricardi Distance Senior Gardiner, Mont. Iowa State University

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for ISU…set four career-best performances during the indoor campaign…ran a 1:55.10 at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) placing second…took first place at the Montana State-Montana-Idaho State Duals (1/30) with a PR of 4:13.60…qualified for the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship in the 1-mile run (4:17.92) and 3000m (8:35.70) at the Bengal Shootout (1/16)…ran the 5000m at the Mountain States Games (2/6) in a time of 15:15.10 placing third…finished third in the 1-mile at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship with a time of 4:18.54 earning All-Conference honors…ran a 9:03.87 in the 3000m Steeple at the Mt. SAC Relays for a career-best…finished ninth at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13) with a time of 3:57.38, a personal best. 2008 Cross Country: Redshirt season 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed for the Bengals during the indoor season before sitting out the outdoor campaign...Turned in his best finish in the 1-mile run at the UW Last Chance meet (3/8), finishing the mile in 4:11.15, good for second at the event. He also finished third in the 1-mile run at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), running a time of 4:14.36... Finished the 3,000-meter run in 8:43.91 at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23)... Won the distance medley event at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29), finishing with a time of 10:07.01. 2007 Cross Country: Finished every competition second among all Idaho State competitors…ran a time of 20:04 on a 6K course at Idaho State’s dual against Southern Utah (9/1)…came in 33rd overall at the Montana State Invitational, finishing the 5-mile course in 26:12…placed 12th at the Bob Firman Cross Country Meet in Boise (9/22) recording a time of 25:53.77 on the 5-mile course…finished second to teammate Saheed Khan at the second ISU dual (10/6), running the 6K course in 10:10…placed fourth at the Southern Utah Color Country meet (10/14), finishing the 8K course in 23:10.40…completed the 8000-meter course at the Big Sky Conference Championships in 25:20.3, placing 15th overall. 2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in the outdoor season...Competed as a distance runner in the 3,000 Meter steeplechase, the 1,500-meter run and

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Previous College: Attended Iowa State University in 2005-2006...lettered in both cross country and track and field...Big Twelve Academic All-Conference. High School: Cross country state champion twice…1600 meter state and 3200meter state champion three times... received all-state cross counry honors four times and was voted cross country MVP from 2001-2004...took second place in the 800-meter run at the track and field state championship meet...voted track MVP from 2003-2005...member of the Junior National Mountain Running Team that competed in the World Running Trophy in Sauze Doux, Italy...member of cross country team that took second in cross country in 2002...contributed to consecutive third-place track and field finishes in 2001 and 2002. Personal: Parents are Nicholas and Kathryn...brother Josh Ricardi ran track for Montana State University...sister Joy Ricardi ran track and cross country at Northwest Christian College...sister Lois Ricardi ran track and cross country for Idaho State...majoring in civil engineering. Ricardi’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 800m Indoor 1:55.10 1500m Outdoor 3:57.38 1 Mile Indoor 4:13.60 3000m Indoor 8:35.70 5000m Indoor 15:15.10 3k Steeple Outdoor 9:03.87

Meet Date Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 MSU-UM-ISU 01/30/2009 Bengal Shootout 01/16/2009 Mountain States Games 02/06/2009 Mt. SAC Relays 04/16/2009

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 1500m 3000m Steeple 2009 Indoor 3000m 1 Mile 2008 Indoor 1 Mile 2007 Outdoor 3000m Steeple 1500m

3:57.38 9:15.01 9:31.29 4:18.54 4:14.36 9:26.28 3:58.34

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J.D. Riener Throws Sophomore Ferdinand, Idaho Prairie HS

placing 10th…recorded a distance of 12.89m in the weight throw at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) finishing sixth…set a career-best performance in the discus with 41.42m at the Robison Invitational (4/25)…set a career-best in the hammer throw at the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2) with 39.91m to place eighth. 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in four indoor meets and five outdoor competitions for the Bengals as a freshman...finished fifth in the shot put at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), recording a throw of 41-09.75...took fifth in the weight throw at the USU Wilson Motor Invite (1/18) with a season-best throw of 42-10.75...reached 126-01 in the discus throw at the BYU Invitational (4/26)... placed eighth in the shot put at the Mark Faldmo Invitational with an outdoorbest of 41-00.25...recorded his season-best hammer throw at the Javier’s Wildcat Open (4/12), with a toss of 125-06 feet.

Keane Shuler Distance Sophomore Soda Springs, Idaho Soda Springs HS

High School: Lettered for four years in track, three years in basketball and two years in football...member of the All Stars football team...received Most Improved award in football...named MVP for track for three years...school record holder in shot with 52-2.84 and discus with 159-10.5...holds district discus record... track team received two state titles in shot put...named Homecoming King. Personal: Parents are Kurt and Loretta Riener...majoring in biology. Riener’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 55m Indoor 8.33 Shot Put Indoor 12.36m Discus Outdoor 41.42m Hammer Outdoor 39.91m Weight Throw Indoor 13.07m

Meet Tie Dye Meet Mountain States Games Robison Invitational Southern Utah Invitational USU Wilson Motor Invitational

Date 12/15/2007 02/09/2008 04/25/2009 05/02/2009 01/18/2008

Roderick rumble Jumps Sophomore Oak Harbor, Wash. Oak Harbor HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Jumped 1.91 meters in the high jump at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) during the indoor season…competed during the outdoor season in the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2) jumping 2.00 meters in the high jump and 6.47 meters in the long jumps…finished second at the Big Sky Conference Championship (5/13) in the high jump with a leap of 2.00 meters. High School: Lettered in football for three years along with basketball and track, each for three, at Oak Harbor High School…named First Team All-State 4A at wide receiver as a senior, and First Team All-Conference as both a junior and a senior…recorded 29 career touchdowns...also three-time All-Conference in track, and finished third in the state high jump at 6’-8”…named team MVP in basketball as a senior…named in football to the East/West All-Star Game.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for Idaho State…threw a 12.50m in the shot put at the Bengal Shootout (1/16)

Rumble’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date High Jump Outdoor 2.00m Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 Long Jump Outdoor 6.47m Southern Utah Invitational 05/02/2009 Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor High Jump 2.00m Second

Personal: Parents are Roosevelt and Theresa Rumble...undecided on a major…born in Yokosuka, Japan.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor season for Idaho State…ran a 4:29.97 in the 1-mile at the Mountain States Games (2/7) placing fourth…finished fourth in the 3000m at the Medalist Invitational (2/14) with a time of 9:02.36…ran a season-best 15:47.77 in the 5000m at the Mountain States Games (2/7) to finish seventh…finished 16th at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship with a time of 16:18.39…received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors during the indoor campaign. 2005 Cross Country: Scored for the Bengals at the Idaho State Duals against Southern Utah and Westminster with a sixth-place overall finish in the 8K run (26:45.00)...fourth Bengal to finish at the Montana State Invitational (14th, 26:09.00), the University of Maine Murray Keatinge Invitational (23rd, 25:39.60), the Southern Utah Color Country Invitational (10th, 23:38.20), the Big Sky Conference Championship (20th, 26:28.1) and the NCAA Regional (72nd, 33:28.8)…tied for first-place overall at the ISU Quadrangular with a time of 19:51.00 contributing to a perfect performance by the Bengals. High School: Ran cross country and track all four years while attending Soda Springs...was first team all-state and runner-up in cross country... earned first-place one season at the Idaho State High School Cross Country Championships as well as in the 1600-meter and 800-meter runs at the state track meet...member of four-time state contending cross country team...member of the cross country team that placed third at the state championships in 2001 and 2004...Eagle Scout and honor roll student. Personal: Full name is Keane Quinn Shuler...parents are Craig and Raylene Shuler...majoring in biology...relative of former University of Tennessee and NFL quarterback Heath Shuler…served a two-year LDS mission at the Oregon Portland Mission. Shuler’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 1-Mile Indoor 4:29.97 3000m Indoor 9:02.36 5000m Indoor 15:47.77

Meet Mountain States Games Medalist Invitational Mountain States Games

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Date 02/07/2009 02/13/2009 02/06/2009

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the 5,000-meter run...Achieved his best time of the season in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, as well as best time for the Bengals in the 2007 season, with a time of 9:03.87 at the Robison Invitational (4/28) giving him eighth place in the All Time Top Ten Performances and eighth place in the All Time Top Ten Performers record...Had a time of 3:55.04 in the 1,500-meter race at the Robison Invitational to achieve his best run of the season...Ran his best season time in the 5,000-meter run at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14) with a time of 15:30.69.

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Bengal Track and Field brad silvester Multi-Events Senior Twin Falls, Idaho Filer HS

MEET THE BENGALS

2008-09 Track and Field: Participated in both the indoor and outdoor season for the Bengals…set a career best in the 55-meter high hurdles (8.15) and the 6-meter high hurdles (8.55) during the indoor campaign… scored 4872 points in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) finishing fourth overall…set three career bests at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13)…ran a 4:49.98 in the 1500-meter run, a 15.25 in the 110-meter high hurdles and cleared a height of 4.65 meters in the pole vault…finished fifth in the decathlon at the conference championship with 6410 points…received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors during the indoor campaign.

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2007-08 Track and Field: Had a spectacular indoor season as a junior, winning the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29) by scoring 5,073 points despite only competing in two other events prior to conference competition... During the heptathlon portion of the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships, finished first in the 60-meter hurdles (8.62 seconds) and the shot put (48-08)... Cleared 15-01 to finish tied for second in the pole vault part of the heptathlon at the conference championships... Competed in two meets during the outdoor season, finishing 11th in the heptathlon by scoring 5,659 points at the CSUN Spring Break Open (3/15)... Finished second in the shot put at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5) with a throw of 46-06. 2006-07 Track and Field: Had a great sophomore year competing in outdoor track...Had a season best 100 meter dash with a time of 11.79 at the Weber State Twilight Meet (5/2)...Ran a 23.74 in the 200-meter dash at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...Had a season best 400-meter run with a time of 53.67 at the Idaho State Spring Invitational (4/21)...Ran a 5:42.62 in the 1,500-meter run at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...Achieved a season best of 15.80 in the 110 meter hurdles at the Robison Invitational (4/28)...Ran a 400-meter hurdle in 1:03.03 at the Boise State Dual (4/7)...Had a season best pole vault with a height of 14-11 at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...Achieved a season best long jump of 20-9.75 at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...Had the fourth best record for the season as a Bengal in the shot put with a distance of 46-7.5 at the Weber State Twilight Meet (5/2)... Also had the fourth best record for the season as a Bengal in the discus throw with a distance of 147 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...Had a javelin throw of 150-8 at the ISU Spring Fest Relays (4/21)...Had third best record for the season as a Bengal in the Decathlon with 6,128 points at the Spring Break Open (3/16). 2005-06 Track and Field: Had an excellent freshman campaign as a multi-event athlete... Ran 8.24 in the 55-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Indoor

Championships (2/25)... Had a season-best of 8.83 in the 60-meter hurdles at the Snake River Open (1/14)... Ran 7.03 in the 55-meter dash in the heptathlon of the Big Sky Championships... Recorded a 24.15 in the 200-meter dash at the Snake River Open... At the Big Sky Championships heptathlon he cleared 5-9.25 for a season-best mark... Long jumped to a 20-2 mark at the ISU Multiple Duals (2/11)... Cleared a season-best of 14-3.25 in the Big Sky Championships heptathlon in the pole vault... Had a season-best of 45-10.75 in the shot put at the Mountain States Games (2/4)... Scored 4674 in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Championships ranking him eighth all-time in ISU performers... Threw 35-3.50 in the weight throw at the Intermountain Championships (3/4)... Outdoors he placed ninth in the decathlon at the Big Sky Championships (5/13) with a score of 6094 points... He ran to a season-best time of 15.65 in the 110-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Championships decathlon... Recorded an 11.62 in the 100-meter dash in the Bengal Dec/Hep Fest decathlon (4/21)... Ran a 52.78 in the 400-meter dash at the Big Sky Championships decathlon... Cleared 6-0.50 in the high jump in the decathlon of the Big Sky Championships... Marked a season-best in the long jump at the Bengal Dec/Hep Fest of 20-7.75... Cleared a season-high of 14-3 at the Wildcat Invitational (4/8) in the pole vault... Placed seventh at the Big Sky Championships in the pole vault clearing 14-1.25... Threw 46-5.50 in the shot put at the Bengal Dec/Hep Fest...Had a mark of 124-6 in the Wildcat Invitational discus competition...Threw a season-best of 140-8 in the javelin at the Big Sky Championships decathlon. High School: Competed in football, wrestling and track for FHS...Was First-Team Defensive Line, Linebacker, and Runningback... Football MVP... Wrestling MVP... Track MVP... Threw the Discus 169-5 and the shot put 52-3... Was a member of FHS football team which made it to the 2004 State playoffs...Member of the Honor Roll.

2008 Indoor 2007 Outdoor

5073 points 6459 points

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logan standley Jumps Freshman Chubbuck, Idaho Century HS

High School: Lettered two years in track and field…three years in football…two years in basketball…holds the school record in the high jump with a height of six feet, seven inches…named first team all-conference wide receiver in 2008… football team made the first round of the state playoffs in 2008…basketball team also made state playoffs…named student athlete of the year in 2007. Personal: Full name is Michael Logan Standley…age 18…parents are Shane and Libby Standley…sister Alexis…father Shane played basketball for the College of Southern Idaho…major is undecided.

eric strand Distance Sophomore Gillette, Wyo. Campbell Country HS

Personal: Full name is Bradley Bryan Silvester... Parents are Bryan and Leslie Silvester...Great uncle L.J. Silvester is a world record holder in discuss...Majoring in Secondary Education Silvester’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date 60m Indoor 7.52 Big Sky Conference Championship 03/01/2008 100m Outdoor 11.51 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/09/2007 200m Outdoor 23.67 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/14/2007 400m Outdoor 51.45 Robison Invitational 04/22/2009 1000m Indoor 2:59.95 Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 1500m Outdoor 4:49.98 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 55mHH Indoor 8.15 MSU-UM-ISU 01/30/2009 60mHH Indoor 8.55 Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009 110mHH Outdoor 15.25 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 400mIH Outdoor 57.53 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009 High Jump Indoor 1.78m Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 Pole Vault Outdoor 4.65m Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 Long Jump Outdoor 6.42m Bengal Hep/Dec Fest 04/09/2009 Shot Put Indoor 15.08m Mountain States Games 02/06/2009 Discus Outdoor 43.74m Southern Utah Invitational 05/02/2009 Hammer Outdoor 40.41m All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009 Weight Indoor 13.21m Tie Dye 12/15/2007 Javelin Outdoor 46.34m Big Sky Conference Championship 05/09/2009 Heptathlon Indoor 5073 pts Big Sky Conference Championship 03/01/2008 Decathlon Outdoor 6549 pts CSUN Spring Break Multi’s 03/20/2009 Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor Decathlon 6410 points Fifth 2009 Indoor Heptathlon 4872 points Fourth

Heptathlon Decathlon

2008-09 Track and Field: Ran for the Bengals during the indoor and outdoor seasons…ran a season-low time of 23.17 in the 200m at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) to finish fifth…ran a 50.36 in the 400m at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18) and a 1:50.05 in the 800m at the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2), both PRs…recorded a career-best 4:15.30 in the 1500m at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) as well as at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18) with a time of 59.78 in the 400m hurdles…finished fourth in the 800m (1:54.84) at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship and sixth in the same event (1:53.21) at the Big Sky Outdoor Championship…member of the second-place 4x400 team at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship, earning him All-Conference honors…earned All-Conference honors as a member of the third-place 4x400 relay team at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship…named Big Sky Conference AllAcademic during both the indoor and outdoor seasons. 2008 Cross Country: Scored for Idaho State four times in the season…placed third for the Bengals with a 26th overall finish at the ISU Dual (8/30), finishing the 6K course with a time of 21:59.76…finished fourth for ISU at the Utah Valley Invitational (37th, 17:27.7) and fifth at both the Autumn Classic (85th, 24:54.4) and Bob Firman Invitational (44th, 28:33.99)…completed the 8K Big Sky Championship

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2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in the 800-meter run during the indoor and outdoor campaigns as a freshman...posted his best mark of the indoor season in the preliminary round at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29), running a 1:55.84, and he ended up seventh overall...ran a season-low time of 1:54.13 in the 800-meter run in the preliminary round of the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/17). 2007 Cross Country: Redshirt season. High School: 400-meter Wyoming State Champion in 2007…received all-conference cross country honors twice in his career...sixtime all-state indoor and seven-time all-state outdoor track honoree...member of the state track and field champion team from 2004 to 2006.

relay teams…named all-state freshman year…one all-state award junior year in indoor track as well as outdoor…two all-state awards in both outdoor and indoor track in his senior season…member of state champion cross country team in 2008…helped indoor track and field team to state titles in 2008 and 2009…high school outdoor track team won state title in 2006, 2008 and 2009…ran with brother Eric as a member of the state outdoor 4x400 champion relay team his freshman season…also teamed with Eric as a member of the second-place state outdoor 4x400 relay team his sophomore season. Personal: Evan Levergne Strand…born in Gillette, Wyo…age 19…parents Quentin and Sherrie Strand…brother Eric is also a cross country and track and field athlete for the Bengals…major is undecided.

matt swan Distance Freshman Belgrade, Mont. Manhattan HS

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 800m 2009 Indoor 800m 2008 Outdoor 800m 2008 Indoor 800m

Meet All Idaho Collegiate Mark Faldmo Invitational Southern Utah Invitational All Idaho Collegiate Mark Faldmo Invitational 1:53.21 1:54.84 1:54.13 1:57.84

Date 04/03/2009 04/18/2009 05/02/2009 04/03/2009 04/18/2009 Sixth Fourth 12th Seventh

evan strand Distance Freshman Gillette, Wyo. Campbell Country HS

High School: Earned four letters in outdoor track, three in indoor track and one in cross country…member of indoor 4x800 and 4x400 state record holding

josh wageman Distance Graduate Student Meridian, Idaho Meridian HS

Northwest Nazarene: Participated in baseball, cross country and track and field for two years for the Crusaders…named freshman of the year in baseball…received all-conference honors in track in field…three-time allacademic honoree…graduated summa cum laude with a 3.94 G.P.A. High School: Earned four letters in baseball and three in soccer…named all-conference in both baseball and soccer…high school valedictorian… Wendy’s National High School Heisman bronze medalist. Personal: Joshua James Wageman…born in Boise, Idaho…age 22…parents Dirk and Kerry Wageman…majoring in physical therapy.

Personal: Parents are Quentin and Sherrie Strand...majoring in secondary education. Strand’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 200m Outdoor 23.17 400m Outdoor 50.36 800m Outdoor 1:50.05 1500m Outdoor 4:15.30 400mIH Outdoor 59.78

Chyleen Tucker…sister Shelly Tucker played soccer at Idaho State…cousin Ashley Tucker competed in track and field at ISU.

trevor white Multi-Events Junior Pocatello, Idaho Highland HS

High School: Earned four letters in track and field, three in basketball and two in football…received all-state track honors for three seasons…named all-conference in football and basketball…member of the 2008 and 2009 state track and field championship team. Personal: Matthew George Swan…born in Bozeman, Mont…age 19…parents Steve and Heidi Swan…father and uncle Mike Swan ran track at Montana State…uncle Rory Swan played football at Carroll College…majoring in business marketing.

mike tucker Distance Senior Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello HS

High School: Lettered in cross country and track at Pocatello High School…voted most outstanding male athlete…graduated with honors. Personal: Full name is Michael Allan Tucker…age 24…parents are Richard and

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in three meets during indoor season for the Bengals in multiple events…cleared the 5.44m mark in the long jump, a career-best, at the Mountain States Games (2/6) finishing 16th… placed 13th at the Mountain States Games (2/6) in the shot put recording a PR throw of 9.60m…received Big Sky Outdoor All-Academic honors. 2007-08 Track and Field: Had a busy freshman season, competing in multiple events in both indoor and outdoor seasons...took fourth place in the heptathlon at the Snake River Open (1/19) by scoring 3,301 points... posted a triple jump of 40-07.75 en route to finishing fourth at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23)...finished 12th in the decathlon at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/17) by scoring 5,192 points...finished the 110-meter hurdles in 16.75 seconds at the BYU Invitational (4/26) in the decathlon competition...posted a season-best in the javelin throw at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19) with a throw of 139-07, and posted a season-best in the long jump (19-01.5) at the same meet...landed a triple jump of 41-01.75 at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5).

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course in a time of 27:15.9 for a 62nd-place finish and placed 106th overall at the NCAA Regional (35:40.9)…received Big Sky All-Academic honors.

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Bengal Track and Field High School: A four-sport athlete lettering in football, wrestling, basketball and track...valedictorian and Homecoming King.

400m Indoor 54.52 Mountain States Games 400mIH Outdoor 1:05.40 Mark Faldmo Invitational

Meet Date Mountain States Games 02/08/2008 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/19/2008 Robison Invitational 04/26/2008 Robison Invitational 04/26/2008 Wildcat Open 02/23/2008 Mountain States Games 02/09/2008 Robison Invitational 04/26/2008 Mountain States Games 02/08/2008 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008 Mountain States Games 02/06/2008 All Idaho Cup 04/04/2008 Mountain States Games 02/06/2009 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/19/2008 Mountain States Games 02/09/2008 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008

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Big Sky Championship Results 2008 Outdoor Decathlon

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sam winston

Sprints Junior Pocatello, Idaho Century HS

garret wood Sprints Freshman Mountain Home, Idaho Mountain Home HS

Aaron wolfe Distance Junior Pocatello, Idaho Century HS

Personal: Parents are Darin and Cindy White...majoring in civil engineering. Whites’ Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 60m Indoor 7.90 100m Outdoor 12.31 200m Outdoor 24.62 400m Outdoor 54.28 1500m Outdoor 5:00.03 55mHH Indoor 8.77 60mHH Indoor 9.42 110mHH Outdoor 16.75 High Jump Indoor 1.70m Pole Vault Outdoor 3.35m Long Jump Indoor 5.44m Triple Jump Outdoor 12.54m Shot Put Indoor 9.60m Discus Throw Outdoor 31.30m Javelin Outdoor 42.56m Heptathlon Indoor 3618 pts Decathlon Outdoor 5192 pts

02/07/2009 04/18/2009

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for ISU…ran career-bests in both the 800m (2:01.94) and 1500m (4:08.98) at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18)…finished 13th in the 800m and 15th in the 1500m…set a career-best in the 5000m at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) with a time of 15:55.79 and finishing fifth.

High School: Earned six letters at Mountain Home High School…three in cross country and three in track and field…state champion in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 40.14…took fourth place in the 100-meter hurdles and sixth place in the 4x100 relay…track team took fourth at state…has the third school record in the 300-meter hurdles. Personal: Age 19…parents are Timothy and Jennifer Wood…sister Jessica…majoring in secondary health education with a minor in coaching.

2008 Cross Country: Scored for Idaho State seven times during the season… placed fourth among Bengal runners at the Autumn Classic (84th, 24:51.4), Bob Firman Invitational (43rd, 28:33.99) and Color Country Invitational (25th, 28:20.00)…finished fifth for ISU at the Utah Valley Invitational (38th, 17:29.5) and ISU Triangular (21st, 20:28.00)…also was the fifth-place ISU runner at the Big Sky Conference Championship and at the NCAA Regional…completed the 8K Big Sky course in a time of 27:02.00 for 60th-place…finished 104th at the NCAA Regional with a time of 35.22.1. 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in two events during the indoor season…ran a season-best time of 4:37.05 in the one-mile at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), taking fifth. 2007 Cross Country: Redshirt season. 2004 Cross Country: Scored for Idaho State every race of the season…placed third among Bengal runners at the NCAA Regional Championships in Fort Collins, Colo., finishing 58th overall with a time of 31:46.1.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for Idaho State…ran an 8.01 in the 60m and a 54.52 in the 400m at the Mountain States Games (2/6)…ran a 12.44 in the 100m and a 25.00 in the 200m at the Robison Invitational (4/25)…set a season-best in the 400m hurdles at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18) with a time of 1:05.40. High School: Participated in track and field at Skyview High School. Personal: Age 22…majoring in exercise science.  Winston’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 60m Indoor 8.01 Mountain States Games 100m Outdoor 12.44 Robison Invitational 200m Outdoor 25.00 Robison Invitational

Date 02/06/2009 04/25/2009 04/25/2009

High School: Lettered in cross country all four years...lettered in track for three years…state champion in cross country in 2003 and 2004...received four state champion titles in track...state champion in the 3,200-meter run in 2003...state champion in 2004 for the 3,200-meter run, 800-meter run and medley relay... voted prom king and Century High School ASB President. Personal: Married to Courtney Wolfe and has a son named Hyrum…served a two-year LDS mission in the Suva, Fiji Islands Mission…parents are Frank and Sharon Wolfe...majoring in business management. Wolfe’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 800m Outdoor 2:01.94 Mark Faldmo Invitational 1500m Outdoor 4:08.98 Mark Faldmo Invitational One-Mile Indoor 4:35.06 Mountain States Games 3000m Indoor 9:03.33 Medalist Invitational 5000m Outdoor 15:55.79 All Idaho Collegiate

Date 04/18/2009 04/18/2009 02/09/2008 02/13/2009 04/03/2009

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2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide

Multi-Events Senior Declo, Idaho Declo HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for Idaho State…ran a career-best 25.96 in the 200m at the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2)…ran an 8.10 in the 60m and threw a 11.34m in the weight throw at the Medalist Invitational (2/13)…recorded career-bests in the long jump (4.88m) and heptathlon (4088 points) at the Robison Invitational (4/23)…took sixth in the javelin with a throw of 30.94m at the All Idaho Collegiate…finished 13th in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship with 3785 points…anchored the seventh-place 4x100 relay team at the BSC Outdoor Championship contributing to an overall time of 47.81…earned Big Sky All-Academic honors in both the indoor and outdoor campaigns. 2007-08 Track and Field: Highest finish in any event during the indoor season was a fifth-place showing in the 200-meter run at the MSU Open (2/1), recording a time of 26.74...ran the 60-meter hurdles in 9.97 seconds at the Snake River Open (1/18)...top indoor performance in the high jump was 4-09.5 at the Snake River Open (1/18)...long-jumped a distance of 15-09 at the Mountain State Games (2/8)...placed ninth in the Snake River Open (1/18) in the shot put with a throw of 28-03.5...took 12th in the pentathlon at the Snake River Open (1/18), scoring 2,069 points...competed in just four meets during the outdoor campaign...part of ISU’s third-place 4x100-meter relay team at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5)...finished fourth in the 400-meter dash at Utah State (4/19), running a time of 1:03.68...took ninth in the heptathlon at the Cal State Northridge Spring Break Open (3/15), scoring 3,978 points. 2006-07 Track: Competed in the indoor and outdoor seasons...during the indoor season posted a time of 27.85 in the 200-meter run at the MSU Open (1/19)...had a season best 55-meter hurdle time of 9.06 at the Mountain State Games (2/9)... high jumped a season best of 4-8.75 in the ISU Duel Series #2 (2/2)...reached a pentathlon score of 2,725 in the Mountain State Games (2/9)...ran a season best outdoor 100-meter dash with a time of 12.70 at the Boise State Dual (4/7)... ran the 200-meter dash in 26.17 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...ran the 100-meter hurdle in 15.98 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...long jumped a season best of 15-5 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...competed in the shot put with a distance of 29-11.5 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...achieved a heptathlon score of 3,900 at the Robison Invitational (4/28). High School: Participated in volleyball, basketball, and track and field…received volleyball and track MVP awards and was the state champion in the 100-meter dash…received All-Conference honors in volleyball and holds the school record in the 400-meter dash. Personal: Parents names are Kenny and Cheryl Darrington...has one brother... major is undecided. Anderson’s Best ISU Performances

Event 55m 60m 100m 200m 400m 800m 55mHH 60mHH 100mHH High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Javelin Pentathlon Heptathlon

Season Indoor Indoor Outdoor Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Outdoor Outdoor Outdoor Outdoor Indoor Indoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor

Time 7.79 8.10 12.70 25.96 1:01.95 2:40.90 9.11 9.61 15.72 1.49m 4.88m 9.70m 9.09m 11.34m 30.94m 2784 pts 4088 pts

Meet Date Wildcat Open 02/23/2008 Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009 Boise State Dual 04/07/2007 Southern Utah Invitational 05/02/2009 Mountain States Games 02/09/2008 Mountain States Games 02/06/2009 MSU Open 01/19/2007 Mountain States Games 02/09/2007 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/09/2007 Big Sky Conference Championship 05/09/2007 Robison Invitational 04/23/2009 Idaho State Spring Fest Relays 04/21/2007 Mountain States Games 02/06/2009 Medalist Invitational 02/13/2009 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009 Mountain States Games 02/08/2008 Robison Invitational 04/23/2009

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor Heptathlon 2007 Outdoor Heptathlon

3785 points 4071 points

13th 13th

in shot put in 2005 at state...took fifth place in state for shot put...took 13th place in the Simplot Games in weight throw...a Junior Olympic Regional Champion in shot and discuss...as a member of track city received fifth in discuss and eighth in shot put...awarded most valuable defensive player in 2006 for basketball. Personal: Parents are Terry and Debra Andrade...father was on the wrestling team for Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo...mother played college volleyball and basketball...brother Justin is on a college rodeo team...majoring in sports management with a minor in coaching. Andrade’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 55m Indoor 8.78 Tie Dye Meet Shot Put Indoor 11.15m Mountain States Games Discus Outdoor 37.47m Javier’s Wildcat Invitational Hammer Outdoor 40.06m Bronco Twilight Weight Indoor 11.91m MSU-UM-ISU Javelin Outdoor 23.43m All Idaho Collegiate

Sasha buylova Sprints Junior Kirovo-Chepetsk, Russia Gymnasium No. 2

cheyanne andrade Throws Junior Homedale, Idaho Homedale HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in four meets during the indoor season and five meets in the outdoor season…highlighted the indoor season with careerbests in the shot put (11.15m) at the Mountain States Games (2/6) and weight throw (11.91m) at the Montana State-Montana-Idaho State Duals (1/30)…finished ninth at the Javier’s Wildcat Invitational (4/11) in the discus with a careerbest of 37.47 meters…threw a 23.43m in the javelin at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) for a personal best and 14th place. 2007-08 Track and Field: Highlight of the indoor season was a seventh-place finish in the weight throw at the Snake River Open (1/19), where she notched a throw of 36-02.5...top shot put performance came at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), where her throw of 30-05 was good for 20th place...recorded four top-10 finishes in the discus throw during the outdoor season, including a best of sixth place at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5) with a throw of 102-6…her longest throw of the outdoor season was 114-02, good for 13th place at the BYU Invitational (4/26)...finished 11th in the hammer throw at the Bronco Twilight meet (5/2) with a throw of 131-05. High School: Lettered in volleyball, basketball, rodeo and track and field...on the all star senior team for basketball...voted most athletic female of graduating class in 2006...went to state in 2004 for discuss...placed third in discuss and eighth

Date 12/15/2007 02/06/2009 04/11/2009 05/02/2008 01/30/2009 04/03/2009

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in multiple events during both the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…recorded a career best 8.64 in the 55-meter high hurdles during the MSU-UM-ISU duals (1/30) and 9.06 in the 60-meter high hurdles at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27)…cleared a career best 5-feet, 3-inches in the high jump at the Wildcat Open (2/21) and scored a personal best 3,519 points in the pentathlon at the indoor conference championship, finishing fourth…ran the 800 meters in 2:20.14 at the Robison Invitational (4/23), a personal best…had a career best in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13) with 4,703 points to place seventh…qualified for the NCAA West Regional, recording a personal best at the meet in the triple jump with a leap of 12.50 meters. 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed during the indoor and outdoor seasons as a freshman...ran an indoor-season-best of 9.15 seconds in the 60meter hurdles at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29)... recorded a mark of 16-11.5 in the long jump, taking ninth at the Mountain State Games (2/8)...scored 3,423 points in the pentathlon at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), finishing sixth...ran a time of 14.99 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5) to finish second, but recorded a 14.60 in the preliminaries at that same meet... finished sixth in the 400-meter hurdles at the Utah State meet (4/19), completing the loop in 1:05.15...outdoor-season-best high jump came at the BYU Invitational (4/26), clearing of 5-01.75, but she placed second at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5) with a mark of 4-10.25...took third at the All-Idaho

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Bengal Track and Field Cup (4/5) in the long jump, recording a distance of 17-04.25...competed in three individual events and the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Championships (5/17), finishing sixth in the 100-meter hurdles and 14th in the high jump...scored 4,542 points in the heptathlon at the Big Sky Conference Championships (5/17), placing eighth. Previous College: Attended Moscow University of Steel and Alloys from 2006-07...competed at Moscow University in track and field...captured first place at the University Competition in 2007. High School: Graduated from Gymnasium No. 2 in 2006...took first place at the Competition among High Schools in Kirovo-Chepetsk in 2006.

danced for a private studio, receiving several different dance scholarships from 2006 to 2009. Personal: Full name is Jordan Lee Cornelison…age 18…parents are Kelli and Todd Cornelison…brother Kobe…sister BayLee…major is undecided.

mercedes crouch Throws Freshman Rock Springs, Wyo. Rock Springs HS

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Personal: Parents are Nikolai and Nadezhda Buylova...has one brother Mikhall and one sister Anna...full name is Alexandra Buylova...majoring in international studies.

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Buylova’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date 200m Outdoor 26.52 CSUN Decathon and Heptathlon 03/23/2008 800m Outdoor 2:20.14 Robison Invitational 04/23/2009 55mHH Indoor 8.64 MSU-UM-ISU 01/30/2009 60mHH Indoor 9.06 Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 100mHH Outdoor 14.60 All-Idaho Collegiate Cup 04/05/2008 400mIH Outdoor 1:04.57 Robison Invitational 04/26/2008 High Jump Indoor 1.60m Wildcat Open 02/21/2009 Long Jump Outdoor 5.49m Southern Utah Invitational 05/02/2009 Triple Jump Outdoor 12.50m NCAA West Regional 05/30/2009 Shot Put Outdoor 9.85m Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008 Javelin Outdoor 30.36m Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2008 Pentathlon Indoor 3519 pts Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 Heptathlon Outdoor 4703 pts Big Sky Conference Championship 05/13/2009 Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor Heptathlon 2009 Indoor Pentathlon 2008 Outdoor Heptathlon 2008 Indoor Pentathlon

4703 points Seventh 3519 points Fourth 4542 points Eighth 3423 points Sixth

High School: Earned four letters in basketball as well as track and field…named all-conference in basketball her junior year…earned all-conference and all-state honors her senior year in basketball…nominated and played in the Wyoming All-Star Games…placed in the top eight at the state track and field championship in two events three separate times…basketball team placed second at the state basketball championship…National Honor Society member…honor student…prom royalty. Personal: Age 18…parents are Mark and Shana Crouch…father Mark competed in track and field at the University of Wyoming…major is undecided.  

kerynn davis Distance Senior Boise, Idaho Mountain View HS

jordan cornelison Jumps Freshman Idaho Falls, Idaho Rigby HS

High School: Competed in track and field for Rigby High School…placed first at the state championship in 2007, 2008 and 2009…took first place in the triple jump at the state championship in 2008…set the 4A long jump record in 2007…holds the long jump school record…named athlete of the year in 2009…named Channel 8 News Athlete of the Week in 2008…member of the state champion track team in 2007, 2008 and 2009…honor roll student…

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…highlighted the indoor season with career-bests in the 1-mile (5:16.86) at the Mountain States Games (2/7) and 3000m (10:40.99) at the Medalist Invitational (2/13)…finished eighth in the 3000m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) running a 10:52.21…ran a 2:25.47 in the 800m at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18) placing 12th…ran a 4:44.83 in the 1500m at the same event to finish second…capped off the outdoor season with a career-best in the 5000m (18:09.09) at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13)…a Big Sky Conference All-Academic honoree in both the indoor and outdoor seasons. 2008 Cross Country: Finished in the top five at two competitions and scored for the Bengals at every race…finished fourth overall and third for Idaho State at both the ISU Dual (8/30) and ISU Triangular (10/18)…ran the 3K course at the first ISU Dual in a time of 11:07.19 and finished the ISU Triangular in 16:13.90…finish at the Triangular contributed to the women’s second meet win for the season…finished 12th overall

and fourth for ISU at the Color Country Invitational (19:46.7) chipping in for the women’s first team win of the season…also finished third for the Bengals at the Bob Firman Invitational (18th, 19:26.86) and the Big Sky Conference Championships (24th, 18:14.7)…finished fourth at the Autumn Classic (36th, 20:48.5), Utah Valley Invitational (21st, 19:50.1) and the NCAA Regional (101st, 23:01.8)…received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors. 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in three events during the indoor season, running in the 1-mile run in each event...finished the 1-mile in 5:23.11 at the MSU Open (2/1), finishing seventh...took fourth place in the 1,500-meter run at the Utah State meet (4/19) but actually recorded her fastest time of the season at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17), running a 4:43.05...finished the 5,000-meter run in 19:08.98 to place third at the Javier’s Wildcat Open (4/12)...ran the 800-meter run in 2:23.38 at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5), finishing ninth. 2007 Cross Country: Finished in the top 10 at two different races and was consistently in the top half of ISU’s lineup…placed ninth at Idaho State’s first dual (9/1), running a 3K course in 11:39, and finished sixth in ISU’s second dual (10/6), recording a time of 18:56 on a 4K course…came in 23rd overall at Southern Utah’s Color Country meet (10/14), running a 5K course in 17:50.10…Bengals’ fourth-best finisher at the Big Sky Conference Championships (10/27) and the No. 3 finisher at the NCAA Mountain Region Meet (11/10). 2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in the mile run during the indoor season... achieved her best 1-mile run time of 5:23.36 in the Friday Night Duels Series No. 2 (2/5)...Had her best finish in the 1-mile run by taking seventh place with a time of 5:35.58 (1/19)...competed in the 1,500-meter run during the outdoor season... achieved her best 1,500-meter run with a time of 4:53.47 in the Robison Invitational (4/28)...captured sixth place in the BSU Duel in the 1,500-meter run with a time of 4:54.15 (4/7)...had her best time in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:24.67 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21). 2006 Cross Country: Placed 43rd at the BYU Autumn Classic (9/9), running 20:31.9 on the 5-kilometer course...placed 5th in the ISU Albertson College Dual (9/16), running a time of 17:18 in the 4-kilometer race...placed 28th at the Montana Invitational (9/30), finishing the 6-kilometer race in 24:25...placed 21st in the SUU Invitational (10/14), running a time of 19:11.98 in the 8-kilometer race...placed 41st in the Big Sky Conference Championships (10/28), finishing the 5-kilometer race in 19:29. High School: Lettered all four years in basketball, cross country and track...placed in the top 10 at the Idaho State Track Meet...earned fifth in the 800-meter and ninth in the mile at state...earned all-state cross country and track honors for four years...2004 MVP and Runner of the Year in 2003 and 2005...holds the school record in the 800-meter. Personal: Parents are Jerry and Pauline Davis...father played football for Dickinson State College...brother Tony plays football for Willamette University...majoring in geology. Davis’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 800m Outdoor 2:23.38 1500m Outdoor 4:43.05 1-Mile Indoor 5:16.86 3000m Indoor 10:40.99 5000m Outdoor 18:09.09

Meet All Idaho Cup Big Sky Conference Championship Mountain States Games Medalist Invitational Big Sky Conference Championship

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 5000m

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Date 04/04/2008 05/14/2008 02/07/2009 02/13/2009 05/13/2009 Eighth


2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide 3000m 1500m

10:52.21 4:43.05

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kylee gleason Pole Vault Junior Smith, Nev. Smith Valley HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the pole vault in the indoor season reaching a season-best height of 3.67m at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) finishing first…finished second at the Bengal Shootout (1/19) clearing 3.66m…took second at the MSU-UM-ISU Duals (1/31) with a vault of 3.66m…cleared 3.65m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) to finish seventh…competed in the 400m and pole vault during the outdoor season…highlighted the outdoor season with a vault of 3.75m at the Utah Spring Twilight (5/5) finishing third…ran a career-

best 57.56 in the 400m at the Robison Invitational (4/25) to take ninth…received Big Sky All-Academic honors in the outdoor season.

2008…took fourth place in the pole vault at state in 2008 and third place in the medley relay.

2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in both indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals...finished in the top five of the pole vault competition at six of the seven events in which she competed...won the USU Wilson Motor Invite (1/18) with a vault of 12-06...best indoor vault was 12-07.5, which was good for second place at the Reno Pole Vault Summit (1/5)...finished third at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), fourth at the Snake River Open (1/19), and fifth at the MSU Open (2/1)...tied for fifth place at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships with a vault of 11-11.75...also took second in the triple jump at the Snake River Open (1/19) with a jump of 35-06.5...fan the 400-meter dash in 58.91 seconds at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), good for second place...won the pole vault in two of her six outdoor meets, the Javier’s Wildcat Open (4/12) and BYU Invitational (4/26)...vaulted 11-09 at both the Javier’s Wildcat Open (4/12) and the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17).

Personal: Age 19…parents are Brian and Tina Hathhorn…brother Nick…majoring in physical therapy.

High School: Lettered for four years in volleyball, basketball and track and field... first team all state in volleyball and was the team captain her senior year...volleyball team made an appearance at the 2005 state playoff...the 2007 player of the year in basketball...averaged 20 points a game her senior year...received 15 state and division individual titles on the track and field team...set eight school records and three state records...awarded the 2007 Smith Valley High School Athlete of the Year...member of her track team that received two state titles and two state runner-up titles...a class salutatorian and a four-year honor roll student. Personal: Parents are Jim and Marla Gleason...has a sister Christy and brother Casey...majoring in dietetics. Gleason’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 55m Indoor 7.60 Wildcat Open 200m Indoor 26.36 Snake River Open 400m Outdoor 57.56 Robison Invitational Pole Vault Indoor 3.81m USU Wilson Motor Invite Triple Jump Indoor 10.83m Snake River Open Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Indoor Pole Vault 2008 Outdoor Pole Vault 2008 Indoor Pole Vault

3.65m 3.58m 3.65m

Date 02/23/2008 01/19/2008 04/25/2009 01/18/2008 01/29/2008 Seventh Eighth Fifth

haley hathhorn Pole Vault Freshman Boise, Idaho Timberline HS

parris hodges Distance Senior Hayward, Calif. Southern Mississippi

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the 3000m in three meets during the indoor season for ISU…finished 19th at the Bengal Shooutout (1/16) with a time of 11:31.05…ran her best time as a Bengal at the MSU-UM-ISU Duals (1/30) taking eighth with a time of 11:19.98…finished the indoor season with a seventh-place performance at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) with a time of 11:28.49…a Big Sky All-Academic honoree for the indoor campaign. 2008 Cross Country: Scored for the Bengals once and finished in the top seven for Idaho State on three separate occasions…placed fifth and 32nd overall at the Bob Firman Invitational with a time of 19:44.71… finished sixth (33rd overall) at the Utah Valley Invitational with a time of 20:16.9…also finished sixth (58th overall) at the Autumn Classic running the course in 21:33.6…placed 54th overall and eighth for the Bengals at the Big Sky Conference Championships completing the 5K course in 19:24.6…Big Sky All-Academic honoree. Southern Mississippi: Ran cross country for two years and competed in track and field for two years at the school in Hattiesburg, Miss. Chabot College: Attended Chabot College in Hayward, Calif., in 2005-06, lettering in soccer, cross country and track and field...team MVP for cross country and left with several cross-country records...named to all-league team for soccer...competed in the 2006 California Community College State Finals in the 1500-meter run. High School: Graduated from Hayward High School in 2005 with four varsity letters in soccer and track and field, three cross-country letters and one letter in golf...team captain for two years in cross country, track and golf... earned all-academic honors for cross country in 2004. Personal: Parents are Paul and Pat Hodges...father wrestled in college and qualified for the national tournament...has two sisters who play college soccer…Paige at Southern Mississippi and Penny at Cal State Hayward... majoring in exercise science with a minor in coaching.

High School: A three-time letterer in both soccer and track and field…served as the goalie for the soccer team…holds the high school record in the pole vault clearing 10 feet…top girl vaulter in 2009…voted most improved for track in 2007…member of the 5A soccer state champion team in both 2007 and

Hodges’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 3000m Indoor 11:19.98 MSU-UM-ISU

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Date 01/30/2009

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Bengal Track and Field bradi hutchison Distance Sophomore Pocatello, Idaho Highland HS

1500m 1-Mile 3000m 5000m

Outdoor Indoor Indoor Outdoor

4:43.95 5:24.71 10:32.91 17:54.63

Southern Utah Invitational Mountain States Games Medalist Invitational San Francisco State Carnival

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 5000m 2009 Indoor 3000m 5000m

18:27.07 10:55.70 19:00.40

05/02/2009 02/07/2009 02/13/2009 03/27/2009

jessica johnsonwilliams Sprints Senior Meridian, Idaho Kuna HS

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cydney jacobsen

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2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals…ran a 5:24.71 in the 1-mile at the Mountain States Games (2/7) finishing sixth…ran an 18:28.50 in the 5000m at the same event to place third…took third at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) in the 3000m with a time of 10:32.91…ran a 2:25.74 in the 800m at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/18) and a 4:43.95 in the 1500m at the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2)…finished 13th at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival (3/27) in the 5000m with a time of 17:54.63, her best time in the event as a Bengal…finished 10th at in the 5000m at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/14) with a time of 18:27.07…a Big Sky Conference All-Academic honoree in both the indoor and outdoor seasons.

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2008 Cross Country: Scored twice for Idaho State during the season…finished third for the Bengals at the NCAA Regional and 93rd overall with a time of 22:50.7…placed fifth (15th overall) at the ISU Triangular (16:59.7)…other notable performances include a sixth-place finish (19th overall) at the Color Country Invitational (20:13.6), a seventh-place finish (46th overall) at the Big Sky Conference Championship (19:01.2) and an eighthplace finish (64th overall) at the Autumn Classic (21:55.2). High School: Lettered in cross country and track and field four times at Highland High School...named to three 5A all-state cross country teams and four all-region teams…also made two all-region track and field squads...holds Highland’s all-time school record in the 5K...picked as cross country team MVP in each of her final three seasons...qualified for four state cross country meets, finishing fourth twice...on the honor roll four years…earned National Honor Society honors at graduation and received an academic achievement award for athletes. Personal: Parents are Mark and Tami Hutchison...major is undecided. Hutchison’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 800m Outdoor 2:25.74 Mark Faldmo Invitational

Date 04/18/2009

Distance Sophomore Montpelier, Idaho Bear Lake HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor season for Idaho State…won the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) in the 100m with a time of 12.34…finished second in the 100m at the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2) running a 12.37…finished third at the same meet in the 200m with a career-best time of 24.72…finished 11th…in the 60m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) with a time of 7.94…placed 13th in the 100m (12.51) and seventh in the 200m (25.14) at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13)…led off on the seventh-place 4x100 relay team at the BSC Outdoor Championship (5/13) contributing to an overall time of 47.81.

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor season for Idaho State…finished 19th in the 1-mile at the Bengal Shootout with a time of 5:33.72…finished 13th at the same event in the 3000m with a time of 11:00.83…ran a season-best 5:24.76 in the 1-mile at the Mountain States Games (2/7) taking seventh…ran her best time as a Bengal in the 3000m at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) with a time of 10:38.42…recorded her best 5000m time of the season with 18:39.61 at the Mountain States Games (2/6)…finished 12th in the 5000m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship with a time of 19:24.74.

2007-08 Track and Field: Won the 55-meter dash at the MSU Open (2/1) with a time of 7.37 seconds...ran an indoor-best 7.85 seconds in the 60-meter dash in the preliminaries of the Big Sky Conference Championships (2/29), and finished eighth in the finals...captured third place in the 200-meter dash at both the MSU Open (2/1) and the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), running a season-low of 26.22 seconds in the latter of the two...ran the 100-meter dash in 12 seconds flat at the All Idaho Cup (4/5)...finished the 200-meter dash in 25.31 seconds at the Bronco Twilight (5/2).

2008 Cross Country: Finished in the top five for Idaho State in all meets except for one…placed third and 25th overall at the Autumn Classic with a time of 20:30.8…finished fourth at both the ISU Dual (16th, 11:32.12) and at the ISU Triangular (eighth overall) with a time of 16:30.20 also giving her first top 10 finish…took fifth at the Color Country Invitational (18th, 20:10.40), Utah Valley Invitational (25th, 19:55.7), Big Sky Conference Championships (32nd, 18:32.6) and NCAA Regional (103rd, 23:05.9).

2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in sprints in the indoor and outdoor seasons...posted the second season best 55-meter dash with a time of 7.35 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...ran the 200-meter dash in 26.12 at the Mountain State Games (2/10) during the indoor season...captured seventh place in the 55-meter dash with a time of 7.36 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...posted a season best time of 12.45 in the 100-meter dash at the Boise State Dual (4/7) during the outdoor season...ran a time of 25.40 in the 200meter dash at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14) during the outdoor season... captured first place in the 4x100-meter relay with a time of 46.11 in the third spot at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/12).

High School: Lettered four years in cross country and track at Bear Lake High School…also competed in basketball and cheerleading for the Bears...team MVP her final three seasons in both track and cross country...part of four state cross country team championships at Bear Lake and won the individual state title three times...won three 3A state championships in the 1600-meter run and the 3200-meter run...maintained a GPA of 3.5 or better all four years, making the honor roll each year. Personal: Parents are Brett and Dana Jacobsen...majoring in radiology. Jacobsen’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 1-Mile Indoor 5:24.76 3000m Indoor 10:38.42 5000m Indoor 18:39.61 Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Indoor 5000m

Meet Mountain States Games Medalist Invitational Mountain States Games 19:24.74

Date 02/07/2009 02/13/2009 02/06/2009 12th

2005-06 Track and Field: Ran in three meets during the indoor season for the Bengals...clocked an 8.21 in the 60-meter dash at the ISU Multiple Duals (2/11)... ran 27.65 in the 200-meter dash at the Mountain States Games (2/4)...had a season-best of 1:00.65 in the 400-meter dash at the Mountain States Games... redshirted the outdoor season. High School: Was a member of the golf and track teams for Kuna High School... a member of the 2004 4x100-meter relay state championship team…won the state championship titles in the 4x100 and 4x400-meter relays, and runner up titles in the 4x200-meter relay and the medley relay in 2005...voted Fab 5 for Kuna High School in the 100-meter and 400-meter dashes...school record holder in the 4x400-meter relay...member of the 2005 fourth-place team at the Idaho State Championships in track. Personal: Parents are Timothy and Shauna Johnson...majoring in history.

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2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 200m 100m 2009 Indoor 60m 2008 Outdoor 200m 100m 2008 Indoor 60m 2007 Outdoor 100m 200m 2007 Indoor 55m

25.14 12.51 7.94 25.95 12.55 7.92 12.35 25.42 7.36

Date 02/01/2008 03/01/2008 04/04/2008 05/02/2009 Seventh 13th 11th 12th 10th Eighth Ninth 10th Seventh

kelsie latimore

Sprints Freshman Chubbuck, Idaho Highland HS

High School: Lettered in track and field all four years at Highland High School. Personal: Age 19…parents are Mark and Cindy Latimore…siblings Aubrie, Teisha, Brooks and Corban…sister Aubrie ran track and field for Brigham Young University…brother Corban ran track for Idaho State last season…majoring in nursing.

gemma maini

Distance Senior Tyabb, Australia Penninsula School

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the 800m, 1-mile and 3000m for the Bengals in the indoor and the 800m and 1500m during the outdoor campaign…ran a 2:16.50 in the 800m at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) finishing first…took sixth in the 1-mile at the Mountain States Games (2/7) with a time of 5:04.76…ran a season-best 10:47.49 at the Bengal Shootout (1/16) in the 3000m finishing 10th… finished eighth in the 1-mile (5:12.23) and 10th in the 800m (2:17.87) at the Big

Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27)…ran a season-best in the 1500m at the Mt. SAC Relays (4/17) with a time of 4:29.61…ran a season-best 2:14.37 in the preliminary of the 800m at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship (5/13)…finished fifth running a 2:15.10 in the final…finished fourth in the 1500m at the BSC Outdoor Championship (5/13) with a time of 4:31.94…earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors during both the indoor and outdoor seasons. 2008 Cross Country: Bengals’ strongest performer in all meets except for two…had five top five overall performances earning overall meet victories at the Idaho State Dual (8/30) finishing the 3K course in a time of 10:55.97 and at the ISU Triangular (10/18) running the 4K in 15:24.50…also placed in the overall top five with a second-place performance at the Color Country Invitational (18:52.80), a fourth-place finish at the Bob Firman Invitational (18:37.42) and a fifth-place finish at the Utah Valley Invitational (19:03.8)…placed second for ISU at both the Autumn Classic (18th, 10:16.6) and Big Sky Conference Championship (12th, 17:42.4)…unable to compete at the NCAA Regional after suffering an injury at the Big Sky Championships…earned Big Sky All-Academic honors. 2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals... won fifth place in the 1-mile run at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), finishing with a time of 5:04.57...finished as the runner-up in the distance medley at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29), recording a time of 11:47.53...completed the 1500-meter run in 4:39.56 seconds at the BYU Invitational (4/26) to take third...knocked more than 13 seconds off her season-best in the 1500-meter run at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17), running a 4:26.36 and taking fourth place...ran a season-low time of 2:12.12 in the 800-meter run in the preliminaries of the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17), and ended up seventh in that event. 2007 Cross Country: Recorded Idaho State’s fastest time in every event she competed in but one...finished in the top 10 at seven of her eight competitions, winning once and coming in second twice...ran the 4K course in 17:16 to win Idaho State’s second dual (10/6)...finished second overall at Idaho State’s dual with Southern Utah (10/1) and the Oktoberfest Alumni meet (10/20)...finished fourth overall on a 5K course at Southern Utah (10/14) with a time of 16:20.90... placed seventh at the Bob Firman Cross Country meet in Boise (9/22), 10th at the Montana State Invitational (9/15) and eighth at the Big Sky Conference Championships (10/27). 2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in middle distance runs during the indoor and outdoor seasons...posted the second best 800-meter run season best at the time of 2:21.32 at the MSU Open (1/19) during the indoor season...posted the season best 1-mile run for the Bengals with a time of 5:14.53 at the ISU Duel Series No. 1 (1/12) during the indoor season...captured eighth place with a time

of 13:13.85 in the distance medley at the first spot...posted the third season best in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:16.47 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)...posted the second season-best in the 1500-meter run with a time of 4:36.46 at the Robison Invitational (4/28). 2006 Cross Country: Placed seventh at the Idaho State vs. SUU, Utah Valley (9/2), with a time of 11:13 on the 3K course...placed 20th at the BYU Autumn Classic (9/9), running 19:39 on the 5K course...placed second at the ISU Albertson College Dual (9/16), running a time of 16:12 in the 4K race...placed 20th at the Montana Invitational (9/30), finishing the 6K race in 23:21...placed sixth at the SUU Invitational (10/14), running a time of 18:01.71 in the 8K race...placed 25th in the Big Sky Conference Championships (10/28), finishing the 5K race in 18:45.9. 2005-06 Track and Field: Redshirt season. 2005 Cross Country: Redshirt season. 2004-05 Track and Field: Ran middle distances for the Bengals both indoors and outdoors...ran the 800-meters six times indoors with her second fastest time being 2:13.51 in the finals of the BSC Indoor Championships (2/25) where she placed first earning All-Conference honors...her fastest time was recorded at the Mountain States Games (2/4) where she clocked a 2:12.62...ran in two 1-Mile runs indoors placing first at the Bobcat Duals (2/11) in a 5:04.70...Outdoors she ran in four 800-meter races placing first at the Al Manuel Invitational (4/2) in her outdoor best time of 2:16.75... also qualified for the BSC Championships (5/14) in the 800-meters...ran her season-best 1500-meters at the Cardinal Invitational (5/1) in 4:42.39...also won the Northridge Invitational (3/19) where she clocked a 4:42.48...also a qualifier for the BSC Championships in the 1500-meter run...earned Most Outstanding Female Track Athlete award at the annual Bennion Banquet. High School: Competed in cross country, track and swimming at the Peninsula School in Australia...earned four letters in track...state champion in the 800 and 1,500-meter runs three years...team MVP...placed third at state in cross country...holds school records in the 400, 800, and 1,500-meter runs... member of the winning AGSV track and cross country teams and a member of the third-place team at state. Personal: Parents are John and Robyn Maini...majoring in biology/pre-med. Maini’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 800m Outdoor 2:12.12 Big Sky Conference Championship 1500m Outdoor 4:26.36 Big Sky Conference Championship 1-Mile Indoor 5:04.57 Big Sky Conference Championship 3000m Outdoor 10:38.03 Boise State Dual Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 800m 1500m 2009 Indoor 1-Mile 800m 2008 Outdoor 800m 1500m 2008 Indoor 1-Mile 2007 Outdoor 800m 2005 Outdoor 1500m 2005 Indoor 800m

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2:15.10 4:31.94 5:12.23 2:17.87 2:17.84 4:26.36 5:04.57 2:27.46 5:07.44 2:13.51

Date 05/14/2008 05/14/2008 03/01/2008 04/07/2007 Fifth Fourth Eighth 10th Seventh Fourth Fifth 14th Ninth First

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Johnson-Williams’ Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 55m Indoor 7.37 Montana State Open 60m Indoor 7.85 Big Sky Conference Championship 100m Outdoor 11.81 All Idaho Cup 200m Outdoor 24.72 Southern Utah Invitational

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Bengal Track and Field trinelle mckinley Sprints Senior Pocatello, Idaho Highland HS

MEET THE BENGALS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor season for the Bengals… ran a career-best 7.53 in the 55m at the Montana State-Montana-Idaho State Duals (1/30) finishing sixth…took first place in the 400m at the Mountain States Games (2/6) with a time of 57.25…ran a career-best at the same meet in the 200m with a time of 25.56…finished eighth in the 400m at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) after running a season-best 56.94 in the prelim…also took 15th in the 200m at the BSC Indoor Championship (2/27) with a time of 26.07…led off on the fourth-place 4x400 relay team at the BSC Indoor (2/27) contributing to a time of 3:50.48…received Big Sky All-Academic honors for the indoor campaign.

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2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in sprints and relays for the Bengals in both the indoor and outdoor seasons...posted her indoor season-best in the 200-meter dash at the Snake River Open (1/19), running the event in 26.22 seconds to finish ninth...won the 400meter dash at the MSU Open (2/1) and the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), running a season-best time of 58.01 seconds at MSU... ran a season-best time of 25.60 seconds in the 200-meter dash at the BYU Invitational (4/26)...placed in the top five in the 400-meter dash at five of the six outdoor competitions she entered, including a championship in the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/19)...ran a season-low of 56.43 seconds in the 400-meter dash in the preliminary round of the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships, and finished seventh in the finals with a mark of 56.58 seconds...helped the Bengals win the 4x400-meter relay at the All Idaho Cup (4/5) and the Bronco Twilight (5/2) and a second-place finish at the BYU Invitational (4/26). 2006-07 Track and Field: Competed in sprints during the indoor and outdoor seasons...posted the second season-best for the Bengals in the 200-meter dash with a time of 25.78 at the Mountain State Games (2/10) during the indoor season...posted the second season best for the 400-meter dash with a time of 57.45 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...captured second place in the 4x400-meter relay with a time of 3:48.27 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24) in the third spot...posted a season best of 25.74 in the 200-meter dash at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21) during the outdoor season...had the second season-best for the Bengals in the 400-meter dash with a time of 56.93 in the Robison Invitational (4/28)...captured first place in

the 4x400-meter relay with a time of 3:48.34 at the Big Sky Outdoor Championship (5/12) in the third spot. 2005-06 Track and Field: Ran sprints for the Bengals both indoors and outdoors... clocked an 8.13 in the 60-meter dash at the Mountain States Games (2/4)... ran 26.92 in the 200-meter dash at the Intermountain Championships (3/4) also winning the event...ran a 57.73 in the 400-meter dash at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/25)...was a member of the 4x400-meter relays both indoors and outdoors...clocked a 25.39 in the 200-meters outdoors at the Robison Invitational taking fourth...won the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/22) and the Robison Invitational (4/29) with times of 56.19 and 56.07, respectively...ran a 56.60 at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships to place fourth in the event. High School: Was a member of the track and cheerleading squads at Highland High School...voted the female track athlete of the year in 2004...a member of the 2005 State Championship Cheerleading team…a member of the first-place team at the West Coast Cheerleading Nationals...the 2004-05 Pocatello Junior Miss…won awards at the Idaho Junior Miss Competition. Personal: Parents are Scott and Pamela McKinley...father ran track at Ricks College...majoring in health education with a minor in marketing. McKinley’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 55m Indoor 7.53 MSU-UM-ISU 60m Indoor 8.21 USU Wilson Motor Invite 200m Indoor 25.56 Mountain States Games 400m Outdoor 56.43 Big Sky Conference Championship Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Indoor 400m 200m 2008 Outdoor 400m 2008 Indoor 400m 2007 Outdoor 400m 2007 Indoor 200m 400m

57.13 26.07 56.58 57.77 57.63 26.57 58.07

Date 01/30/2009 01/18/2008 02/06/2009 05/14/2008 Eighth 15th Seventh Seventh Sixth 12th Seventh

cassie merkley Multi-Events Senior Leavenworth, Wash. Cascade HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Redshirt season. 2007-08 Track and Field: Became the 45th Idaho State track and field athlete to qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championships, qualifying for the heptathlon...sat in 26th place after the first day of competition at the NCAA Outdoor Championships (6/13), but an injury forced her to withdraw for the second day of competition... won three heptathlons during outdoor competition, including the Big Sky Confer-

ence Championships (5/17) with 5,402 points...won 13 individual events as part of heptathlons during the outdoor season and 10 more individual events outside of heptathlons...captured 16 titles, including pentathlon and individual events, during the indoor season for a total of 39 event wins during the 2007-08 season...won the 60-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29) with a time of 8.59 seconds, but posted a time of .08 seconds faster in the pentathlon portion of the 60-meter hurdles...cleared a height of 5-08.00 twice during the indoor season, winning both the Mountain State Games (2/8) and the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29)...recorded an indoor-best long jump of 17-04.75 in the pentathlon at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/29)...took fifth in the shot put at the MSU Open (2/1) with an indoor-best throw of 41-04.50...won the pentathlon at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29) by scoring 3,892 points...took first place in three 100-meter hurdles events not included the heptathlon, and won three more 100-meter hurdle competitions in the heptathlon…posted a best time of 13.77 seconds in the heptathlon portion of the CSUN Spring Break Open (3/15)...ran a season-best in the 200-meter dash at the CSUN Spring Break Open (3/15), posting a time of 24.67 seconds...captured first place in the 400-meter hurdles at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5), running a time of 1:02.58...helped the Bengals take first place in the 4X400-meter relays at the All-Idaho Cup (4/5) and the Bronco Twilight (5/2)... cleared a height of 5-08.75 in the high jump at the BYU Invitational (4/26)...never finished lower than third in any javelin throw competition, recording a season-best throw of 155-08 at the Bronco Twilight (5/2)...hurled the shot put a season-best distance of 41-07.25 at the Bronco Twilight (5/2), finishing fifth in the event. 2006-07 Track and Field: Had an excellent season competing in multiple events during the indoor and outdoor seasons...posted a time of 2:27.91 in the 800-meter run during the Big Sky Indoor Championship (2/24)...holds the season best 55-meter hurdle for the Bengals with a time of 7.99 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...holds the second season best in the high jump with a height of 5-7 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...posted a long jump distance of 16-10.5 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...threw a season best of 40-7.5 in the shot put at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...holds the season best indoor Pentathlon with 3,847 points during the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24) giving her the number one All Time Top-Ten Performance record for the Bengals as well as the number one All Time Top-Ten Performers record for the Bengals...clocked a time of 7.99 to take second place in the 55-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...captured second place in the high jump with a height of 5-6 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...posted a season best of 26.46 in the 200-meter dash at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16) during the outdoor season...posted a time of 2:35.21 in the 800-meter run at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16) during the outdoor season...holds the second season best for the Bengals with a time of 14.50 in the 100-meter hurdle at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...posted a height of 5-2.5 in the high jump at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...had a distance of 7-10.5 in the long jump at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...threw a distance of 38-9.75 in the shot put at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16) during the outdoor season... holds the season best javelin throw with a distance of 143-4 at the Boise State Dual (4/7)...posted a heptathlon with 4,414 points in the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...captured sixth place in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 14.89 at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/12)...took fifth place in the javelin throw with a distance of 142-2 at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships...captured fourth place in the heptathlon with 4,896 points. 2005-06 Track and Field: Competed both indoors and outdoors for the Bengals in multiple events...ran a season-best of 8.42 in the 55-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Championships pentathlon (2/25)...ran an 8.74 in the 60-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Indoor Championships...ran a season-best of 2 minutes, 39.29 seconds in the 800-meters at the Big Sky Championships...cleared 5-6 in the high jump four times during the indoor season...jumped 17-1.25 in the long jump at the Mountain States Games (2/4)...threw 39-9.75 in the shot put at the Intermountain Championships (3/4)...scored 3550 points in the pentathlon at the Big Sky Indoor Championships to

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High School: Was a four year member of the track and basketball teams and a three year member of the volleyball team at Cascade High School...in volleyball, she was team MVP for three years; league MVP and first team All-League...first team All-State, and holds nine school records in kills, assists, and saves...in basketball, she was voted three time MVP, league MVP and second Team All-State…averaged 16 points per game...also first team All-League and team leader in scoring, steals, and rebounds...track career included four years of state meet appearances with wins in the 100 meter hurdles twice, 300 meter hurdles twice, and javelin twice along with placing in other events five times over the four years...also the track team captain two years, All-League, voted MVP track athlete, MVP field athlete and team’s Most Inspirational...also the North Central Washington High School Female Athlete of the Year in 2005...a member of a state participating volleyball team two years... member of the seventh-place basketball team in 2004 at state...a member of the 2003 State Track Championship team and 2004 fourth place team...a 4.0 student... valedictorian for Cascade High School... member of the honor roll and President of the National Honor Society. Personal: Parents are Lamoin and Dixie Merkley...father competed in wrestling at Central Washington... five sisters have competed in collegiate athletics, Rachel, Melissa, Hillary, Jocelyn, and Amanda...rachel competed in track at Ricks College...Melissa competed in volleyball at Washington State...Hilary competed in track at Idaho State...Amanda competed in volleyball and basketball at Shoreline Community and track at Idaho State...majoring in secondary education with an emphasis in mathematics and business. Merkley’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result 200m Outdoor 24.67 800m Indoor 2:25.51 55mHH Indoor 8.16 60mHH Indoor 8.51 100mHH Outdoor 13.77

Meet CSUN Decathlon/Heptathlon Snake River Open Montana State Open Big Sky Conference Championship CSUN Decathlon/Heptathlon

Date 03/23/2008 01/18/2008 02/01/2008 03/01/2008 03/23/2008

400mIH High Jump Long Jump Shot Put Javelin Pentathlon Heptathlon

Outdoor Indoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor

1:01.26 1.75m 5.41m 12.71m 47.45 3892 pts 5563 pts

Bronco Twilight BYU Robison Invite Big Sky Conference Championship Mountain States Games Bronco Twilight Big Sky Conference Championship CSUN Decathlon/Heptathlon

Big Sky Championship Results 2008 Outdoor Heptathlon 2008 Indoor Pentathlon 2007 Outdoor Heptathlon 100m low hurdles 2007 Indoor Pentathlon

5402 points 3892 points 4896 points 14.89 3847 points

05/02/2008 04/26/2008 05/14/2008 02/09/2008 05/02/2008 02/29/2008 03/23/2008

psychology with a minor in pre-medicine.

Kristie Sigloh Sprints Freshman Mountain Home, Idaho Mountain Home HS

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Chloe Palakovich Distance Freshman Whitehall, Mont. Whitehall HS

High School: Participated in soccer and track and field at Mountain Home High School…member of the school record holding 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams...also holds the school record in the 200-meter dash…placed first at state in the 200-meter dash in both 2008 and 2009…placed first at state as a member of the 4x200 relay team in 2008 and 2009…holds the state record in the 4x200 relay...voted prom queen. Personal: Full name is Kristie Lynn Sigloh…age 18…born in Okinawa, Japan…parents are Timothy and Dianne Sigloh…sisters Melissa Morgan and Stacey Stoler…majoring dental hygiene.

holly streight Multi-Events Sophomore Boise, Idaho Portland State University

High School: Four-year letter winner in both cross country and track and field…three-time all-state cross country honoree…received all-state track and field honors 12 times throughout her career…holds the school record in the 200, 400, 800 and 1600-meter run…2008 800-meter run state champion…led high school team to a second-place finish at state in 2007 and a fourth-place finish in 2009…high school salutatorian and honor roll student all four years. Personal: Chloe Marie Palakovich…born in Butte, Mont…age 18…parents Tom and Rose Ann Palakovich…majoring in dietetics.

angela phillips Throws Freshman Logan, Utah Logan HS

High School: Competed and lettered in track and field all four years at Logan High School…played soccer as a freshman and sophomore, earning two letters and basketball as a junior, earning one letter…voted track and field MVP her senior year…holds the school record in the discus with a distance of 115 feet, nine inches. Personal: Age 18…parents are Cheryl and Will Phillips…sister Becky…brothers Billy and Raymond…sister Becky is a thrower at Utah Valley University…majoring is

Previous College: Ran track and field for one season at Portland State University. High School: Earned four varsity letters in track and field at Mountain View High School…three as a member of the ski team…two in sports med…one in cheerleading and one in soccer…voted team MVP her senior year…received SIC All-Academic honors all four years…four-time state qualifier in track and field…voted freshman of the year and junior of the year in track and field…state champion in the medley relay in 2006…finished second at state in the 400-meter run in 2006…honor roll student all four years. Personal: Age 21…parents are Sam and Kari Hoagrand…married to Jonathan D. Streight who is currently serving in the US Marine Corps…two sisters Hiliary Huntsinger and Heidi Saint…sister Hiliary and brother-in-law Trent Huntsinger are Idaho State University track and field alumni…majoring in sociology with a minor in coaching.

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place second...ran a personal-best of 14.39 in the 100-meter hurdles at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/13)...clocked a 25.79 in the 200-meters at the California Invitational heptathlon (4/11)...ran a 2 minute, 30.63 seconds 800-meter run at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships (5/13)...threw 39-9.75 in the shot put at the Bengal Dec/Hep Fest (4/21)...threw 143-7 in the javelin at the Al Manuel Invitational (4/1)... qualified for the NCAA West Region Championships (5/26) in the javelin where she threw 132-8...scored 5,014 points in the heptathlon at the Bengal Dec/Hep Fest which was a provisional qualifying mark for the NCAA National Championships.

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Bengal Track and Field candice talbot Throws Freshman Jasper, Mont. Jasper Hs

Series No. 2 (2/2)...had a shot put distance of 43-10 at the Idaho State Spring Fest (4/21)...had the second season-best discus throw of 140-6 at the Robison Invitational (4/28)...posted a hammer throw distance of 146-2 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14)....captured ninth place in the discus throw with a distance of 135-2 at the Big Sky Outdoor Conference (5/12).

Loks to impact the Bengals during the 2009-10 season.

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BYU Robison Invite Mark Faldmo Invitational Wildcat Open All Idaho Cup 15.59m 13.15m 38.22m 13.92m 43.83m 13.60m 15.67m 41.19m 11.82m 14.63m

04/26/2008 04/19/2008 02/23/2008 04/04/2008 12th 12th 12th Seventh 10th Eighth 10th Ninth 14th 13th

kris thomasberg

Throws Senior Jasper, Mont. Jasper Hs

Distance Sophomore Bend, Ore. Redmond HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor season for the Bengals…threw a 13.23m in the shot put at the Bengal Shootout (1/16) to finish second…finished third at the same meet in the weight throw with a distance of 15.18m…finished third at the Montana State-Montana-Idaho State Duals (1/30) in the weight throw (15.70m) and fourth in shot put (12.60m)…placed 12th in the shot put and weight throw at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27) with throws of 13.15m and 15.59 respectively…. received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors during the indoor campaign.

2006-07 Track and Field: Had an excellent freshman season competing as a thrower in the indoor and outdoor seasons for the Bengals...holds the second season best shot put throw with a distance of 40-10.25 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...captured 13th place in the weight throw with a distance of 48 at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...holds the second season-best weight throw with a distance of 51-4.5 at the ISU Duel

46.44m 49.76m 16.24m 35.41m

Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Indoor Weight Throw Shot Put 2008 Outdoor Discus Shot Put Hammer Throw 2008 Indoor Shot Put Weight Throw 2007 Outdoor Discus Throw Shot Put 2007 Indoor Weight Throw

carrie talbot

2007-08 Track and Field: Continued to improve as a sophomore, competing in the throwing events in both seasons for the Bengals...saved her best shot put of the indoor season for last, recording a distance of 44-07.50 at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championships (2/29), to finish 8th...top weight throw of the season came at the Best Buy Wildcat Indoor Open (2/23), where she took second with a toss of 53-03.50...recorded her best shot put of the outdoor season as the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships (5/17), finishing seventh with a throw of 45-08.50...finished second at the BYU Invitational in the discus throw, recording a throw of 152-04...notched a hammer throw of 163-03 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational, finishing fifth...only competed in the javelin throw once, but made it count, taking fourth at the All-Idaho Cup with a throw of 116-02.

Outdoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in the indoor and outdoor season for Idaho State…ran her best time as a Bengal in the 800m at the Medalist Invitational (2/13) with a time of 2:21.34…finished 12th in the 1500m at the Robison Invitational (4/25) with a season-best time of 5:07.69…set two PRs at the Southern Utah Invitational (5/2)…cleared 1.60m in the high jump and ran an 11:40.27 in the 3000m steeple chase…finished 15th in the 3000m steeple chase at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship with a time of 11:55.41…received Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors during the indoor campaign.

High School: Lettered in volleyball, basketball, and track and field all four years…a four-time state champion, twice in the shot put and twice in the discus...holds the Missouri state record in the shot put of 42-9.25...holds the school record for most points scored in high school in basketball with 1071 points and also the rebounding record with 993 rebounds...in volleyball she holds the career blocking record as well as being team MVP... All-Conference and All-District in basketball and volleyball for three years...also All-Area in track one year...holds the school record for shot put and discus and the state record for shot put. Personal: Parents names are Craig and Julie Talbot...sister Katricia played volleyball and basketball in college...sister Lora played volleyball in college...brother, Casey played basketball in college...major is secondary education. Talbot’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date 55m Indoor 9.03 Tie Dye Meet 12/15/2007 Shot Put Outdoor 13.93m Big Sky Conference Championship 05/14/2008

2008 Cross Country: Scored at every meet except for two…placed in the top five overall and second for the Bengals at the Color Country Invitational (10/11) with a time of 19:20.70…also placed second for Idaho State with a 13th-place overall finish at the Utah Valley Invitational (19:31.8) as well as with an 89th-place finish at the NCAA Regional (22:43.5)….was the fourth best ISU runner at the Bob Firman Invitational (19th, 19:27.59) and fifth best at both the Autumn Classic (57th, 21:32.1) and ISU Dual (25th, 12:02.38). High School: Participated in track and cross country at Redmond High School in Bend, Ore., before graduating in June 2008...named team MVP and team captain…team’s highest scorer as a senior...picked as Redmond’s Athlete of the Year in 2008...helped her team to three appearances in both the state cross country meet and track and field meet...made the honor roll and the Dean’s List. Personal: Parents are Paul and Rita Thomasberg...father is a professional mountain biker...majoring in paramedic science. Thomasberg’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet 800m Indoor 2:21.34 Medalist Invitational

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Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Outdoor 3000m Steeple

11:55.41

04/25/2009 05/02/2009 05/02/2009 15th

High School: Earned three varsity letters in track and field as well as cross country at Bonneville High School…two in basketball and one in volleyball…received Mid-Atlantic Prep League honors in 2005...named honorable mention for track and field in 2005…named Idaho District Six Cross Country Runner of the Year in 2006…named 2006 Post Register All-area first team in cross country…received second team High Country Conference honors in cross country in 2006…member of state track and field champion team in 2005 as well as member of state champion 4x800 and 4x100 teams…member of the state champion 4x200 relay team in 2006 and the 4x400 relay team in 2007…Mercersburg Academy honor student in 2004. Personal: Age 21…parents are Venita and Myles Tortel…two brothers Evan and Royce…cousin Casey Butikofer wrestled for the Air Force Academy from 2005-2009…cousin Dewey Moss skis for Albertson College of Idaho…majoring in psychology.

amanda vinkjohnston Multi-Events Junior Nampa, Idaho Nampa HS

2008-09 Track and Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor seasons for Idaho State…ran a career-best in the 50mHH with a time of 9.51 at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship (2/27), finishing 11th…also competed in the pentathlon at the indoor championship finishing seventh with a career-best 3423 points…earned Big Sky All-Conference honors with a first-place finish in the high jump clearing 1.74m…recorded a personal best in the 800m with a time of 2:38.67 at the CSUN Spring Break Multi leading to a career-best heptathlon score at the same meet with 4,359 points…finished fourth at the All Idaho Collegiate (4/3) in the 100m hurdles running a 15.49...recorded a 9.98m in the shot put at the Bengal Heptathlon-Decathlon Fest (4/9)…received Big Sky All-Academic honors in both the indoor and outdoor campaigns.

Reve Tortel Pole Vault Junior Idaho Falls, Idaho Utah State University

Previous College: Ran track and field for Utah State University during the 2008-09 season…named a scholar-athlete in 2008.

(4/7)...threw a distance of 34-2 in the shot put at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...had a season-best javelin throw of 108-7 at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...had a season-best heptathlon with 4,310 points at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16). 2005-06 Track: Redshirt season. High School: Was a four-time letter winner in track, three-time in basketball and two-time in volleyball...first team All-Conference for volleyball...also first team All-Conference for basketball...placed first at the state track meet in long jump and triple jump...a state meet participant all four years of high school in track...graduated with highest honors...graduated 11th in her class. Personal: Parents are Ada and Kerry Vink...has four siblings, Robert, Tina, Leslie, and Michele...majoring in zoology. Vink-Johnston’s Best ISU Performances Event Season Result Meet Date 55m Indoor 8.85 Tie Dye Meet 12/15/2007 200m Outdoor 27.63 Mark Faldmo Invitational 04/14/2007 800m Outdoor 2:38.67 CSUN Spring Break Multi 03/20/2009 55mHH Indoor 9.09 Big Sky Conference Championship 02/23/2007 60mHH Indoor 9.51 Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 100mHH Outdoor 15.49 All Idaho Collegiate 04/03/2009 High Jump Indoor 1.74m Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 Long Jump Outdoor 5.36m Sacramento State Invitational 03/24/2007 Triple Jump Outdoor 10.99m Boise State Dual 04/07/2007 Shot Put Indoor 10.71m Big Sky Conference Championship 02/23/2007 Javelin Outdoor 33.09m CSUN Spring Break Open 03/16/2007 Pentathlon Indoor 3423 pts Big Sky Conference Championship 02/27/2009 Heptathlon Outdoor 4359 pts CSUN Spring Break Multi 03/20/2009 Big Sky Championship Results 2009 Indoor Pentathlon 2007 Outdoor Heptathlon 2007 Indoor Pentathlon Triple Jump

Seventh 10th Eighth 10th

tiera weaver

Sprints Freshman Rigby, Idaho Rigby HS

2007-08 Track and Field: Competed in just one meet for the Bengals during the indoor season…ran an 8.85 in the 55m at the Tie Dye Meet (12/15), a career-best. 2006-07 Track and Field: Had an excellent freshman year in the indoor and outdoor seasons...posted a season best of 2:38.29 in the 800-meter run at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...posted a time of 9.08 in the 55-meter hurdles at the ISU Duel Series No. 2 (2/2) during the indoor season...had the third season-best height of 5-5.75 in the high jump at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)... posted the second season-best long jump with a distance of 17-3.75 at the ISU Duel Series No. 1 (1/12)...posted a 35-2 triple jump at the ISU Duel Series No. 2 (2/2)...threw a 35-1.75 distance in the shot put at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...had a season best pentathlon with 3,362 points at the Big Sky Indoor Championships (2/24)...ran the 200-meter in 27.70 at the Mark Faldmo Invitational (4/14) during the outdoor season...had a time of 16.08 in the 55-meter hurdle at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...tied for the season-best high jump with a height of 5-5 at the Cal State Northridge Invitational (3/16)...holds the second season-best in the long jump with a distance of 17-7 at the Hornet Invitational (3/24)...had a distance of 36-0.75 in the triple jump at the Boise State Dual

3423 points 4284 points 3362 points 10.67m

High School: Lettered in track and field at Rigby High School…also participated in basketball and volleyball…member of the state champion track team in 2007, 2008 and 2009…honor roll student. Personal: Age 18…parents are Peggy Ashbocker and Rod Weaver…sister Shandi…brother Reese…related to former Arizona Cardinal Larry Wilson… major is undecided.

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Sept. 12, 2009 ISU vs SUU Dual Pocatello, Idaho (ISU Centennial Course) Men’s 6-Kilometer Team Scores: Southern Utah, first, 23; Idaho State, second, 42; Jaguar Shark, third, 73; Track Horde Harriers, fourth, 105. Individual Winner: Kevin Sandall, Southern Utah, 18:45.27 Top ISU Finisher: John Ricardi, third, 18:52.72 Other ISU Finishers: Ryan Davis, sixth, 19:19.50; Mike Tucker, 10th, 19:48.29; Keane Shuler, 11th, 19:52.13; Taylor Hansen, 12th, 20:04.29; Bryce Jenkins, 13th, 20:06.67; Josh Wageman, 15th, 10:14.93; Aaron Wolfe, 20th, 20:56.13; Scott Pearson, 29th, 21:52.25. Sept. 26, 2009 Bob Firman Invitational Boise, Idaho (Eagle Island State Park) Men’s 8-Kilometer Team Scores: Boise State, first, 25; Idaho State, second, 59; College of Idaho, third, 70; Northwest Nazarene, fourth, 100; Central Washington, fifth, 139. Individual Winner: John Riciardi, Idaho State, 25:25.16 Top ISU Finisher: John Ricardi, first, 25:25.16 Other ISU Finishers: Ryan Davis, 10th, 25:49.10; Keane Shuler, 13th, 26:00.18; Zac Barrett, 18th, 26:22.24; Mike Tucker, 19th, 26:25.46; Bryce Jenkins, 21st, 26:32.36; Josh Wageman, 23rd, 26:36.43; Taylor Hansen, 24th, 26:39.81; Aaron Wolfe, 25th, 26:40.35; Scott Pearson, 57th, 28:48.70. Oct. 10, 2009 Color Country Invitational Cedar City, Utah (Cedar Ridge Golf Course) Men’s 8-Kilometer Team Scores: Southern Utah, first, 30; Utah Valley, second, 39; Idaho State, third, 57. Individual Winner: Cameron Levins, Southern Utah, 25:22.10 Top ISU Finisher: John Ricardi, fifth 25:50.90 Other ISU Finishers: Keane Shuler, 12th, 26:32.90; Ryan Davis, 13th, 26:32.90; Mike Tucker, 23rd, 26:53.40; Zac Barrett, 25th, 27:02.50; Josh Wageman, 27th, 27:08.40; Bryce Jenkins, 29th, 27:39.20; Taylor Hansen, 31st, 28:00.90; Scott Pearson, 46th, 30:14.50.

Oct. 17, 2009 Oktoberfest Invitational Pocatello, Idaho (ISU Centennial Course) Men’s 5-Kilometer Team Scores: Weber State, first, 19; College of Idaho, second, 56; Idaho State, third, 58. Individual Winner: Jace Nye, Weber State, 15:43.00 Top ISU Finisher: Keane Shuler, sixth, 16:08.00 Other ISU Finishers: Zac Barrett, ninth, 16:16.00; Bryce Jenkins, 12th, 16:21.00; Mike Tucker, 19th, 16:45.00; Aaron Wolfe, 23rd, 16:55.00; Scott Pearson, 46th, 18:54.00. Oct. 31, 2009 Big Sky Conference Championship Greeley, Colo. (Boomerang Golf Course) Men’s 8-KilometerTeam Scores: Northern Arizona, first, 19; Montana State, second, 68; Montana, third, 76; Weber State, fourth, 91; Eastern Washington, fifth, 144; Sacramento State, sixth, 170; Idaho State, seventh, 176; Portland State, eighth, 226; Northern Colorado, ninth, 273. Individual Winner: David McNeill, Northern Arizona, 24:35.76 Top ISU Finisher: John Ricardi, 27th, 27:09.26 Other ISU Finishers: Keane Shuler, 32nd, 27:23.11; Zac Barrett, 33rd, 27:32.26; Mike Tucker, 41st, 28:06.56; Bryce Jenkins, 43rd, 28:14.41; Ryan Davis, 45th, 28:20.76; Josh Wageman, 53rd, 28:44.66. Nov. 14, 2009 NCAA Mountain Regional Albuquerque, N.M. (University of New Mexico North Golf Course) Men’s 10-KilometerTeam Scores: Brigham Young, first, 54; Colorado, second, 55; New Mexico, third, 77; Northern Arizona, fourth, 86; UTEP, fifth, 158; Air Force, sixth, 161; Utah State, seventh, 171; Montana State, eighth, 218; Weber State, ninth, 269; Utah Valley, 10th, 317; Southern Utah, 11th; 320; Montana, 12th, 321; Colorado State, 13th, 355; New Mexico State, 14th, 375; Texas Tech, 15th, 378; Idaho State, 16th, 419; Wyoming, 17th, 463. Individual Winner: David McNeill, Northern Arizona, 29:51.6 Top ISU Finisher: Keane Shuler, 68th, 32:28.4 Other ISU Finishers: John Ricardi, 71st, 32:33.4; Ryan Davis, 85th, 33:00.3; Bryce Jenkins, 94th, 33:22.0; Mike Tucker, 101st, 33:35.9; Zac Barrett, 108th, 34:23.0; Josh Wageman, 112th, 34:28.8.

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Sept. 5, 2009 BYU Autumn Classic Provo, Utah (BYU Campus Cross Country Course) Men’s 4-Mile Team Scores: Brigham Young, first, 16; UCLA, second, 48; Idaho State, third, 84; San Bernardino Valley College, fourth, 106. Individual Winner: Miles Batty, Brigham Young, 19:38.3 Top ISU Finisher: John Ricardi, 12th, 20:24.6 Other ISU Finishers: Ryan Davis, 21st, 21:01.3; Zac Barrett, 25th, 21:10.5; Bryce Jenkins, 29th, 21:20.6; Taylor Hansen, 32nd, 21:27.0; Josh Wageman, 36th, 21:36.4; Keane Shuler, 38th, 21:37.5; Aaron Wolfe, 40th, 21:42.6; Mike Tucker, 41st, 21:43.1; Scott Pearson, 66th, 23:49.4.

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Sept. 5, 2009 BYU Autumn Classic Provo, Utah (BYU Campus Cross Country Course) Women’s 5-Kilometer Team Scores: Brigham Young, first, 34; Idaho State, second, 41; UCLA, third, 47. Individual Winner: Shannon Murakami, UCLA, 17:59.2 Top ISU Finisher: Bradi Hutchison, third, 18:31.7 Other ISU Finishers: Erica Wendt, fifth, 18:36.8; Kerynn Davis, seventh, 18:38.7; Gemma Maini, 12th, 18:59.0; Chloe Palakovich, 16th, 19:15.8; Cydney Jacobsen, 22nd, 19:32.1; Kris Thomasberg, 27th, 19:53.3; Genniel Wagstaff, 33rd, 20:55.2.

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Sept. 12, 2009 ISU vs SUU Dual Pocatello, Idaho (ISU Centennial Course) Women’s 3-Kilometer Team Scores: Idaho State, first, 27, Southern Utah, second, 28. Individual Winner: Sharla Manuele, Southern Utah, 10:17.79 Top ISU Finisher: Gemma Maini, third, 10:39.32 Other ISU Finishers: Erica Wendt-Richardson, fifth, 10:45.99; Kerynn Davis, sixth, 10:47.87; Bradi Hutchison, ninth, 10:58.11; Chloe Palakovich, 11th, 11:00.21; Genniel Wagstaff, 20th, 11:52.09; Cydney Jacobsen, 21st, 12:00.01.

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Sept. 26, 2009 Bob Firman Invitational Boise, Idaho (Eagle Island State Park) Women’s 5-Kilometer Team Scores: Brigham Young, first, 28; Idaho State, second, 44; Boise State, third, 86; Northwest Nazarene, fourth, 100; University of Utah, fifth, 101; Central Washington, sixth, 171. Individual Winner: Katy Andrews, Brigham Young, 17:59.34 Top ISU Finisher: Gemma Maini, third, 18:10.19 Other ISU Finishers: Erica Wendt-Richardson, fifth, 18:16.07; Kerynn Davis, ninth, 18:28.42; Bradi Hutchison, 12th, 18:36.89; Chloe Palakovich, 24th, 19:14.94; Cydney Jacobsen, 38th, 19:52.70; Kris Thomasberg, 45th, 20:22.83; Parris Hodges, 50th, 20:39.71. Oct. 10, 2009 Color Country Invitational Cedar City, Utah (Cedar Ridge Golf Course) Women’s 6-Kilometer Team Scores: Southern Utah, first, 29; Utah Valley, second, 37; Idaho State, third, 65. Individual Winner: Sharla Manuele, Southern Utah, 21:55.20 Top ISU Finisher: Bradi Hutchison, fifth, 22:52.60 Other ISU Finishers: Erica Wendt-Richardson, seventh, 23:05.20; Kerynn Davis, 16th, 23:50.00; Chloe Palakovich, 21st, 24:17.30; Kris Thomasberg,

27th, 25:18.20; Parris Hodges, 28th, 25:35.50. Oct. 17, 2009 Oktoberfest Invitational Pocatello, Idaho (ISU Centennial Course) Women’s 3-Kilometer Team Scores: Idaho State, first, 28; Weber State, second, 37; College of Idaho, third, 60; Utah State, fourth, 108. Individual Winner: Sarah Callister, Weber State, 10:22.00 Top ISU Finisher: Erica Wendt-Richardson, third, 10:29.00 Other ISU Finishers: Gemma Maini, fourth, 10:41.00; Bradi Hutchison, sixth, 10:46.00; Kerynn Davis, seventh, 10:53.00; Chloe Palakovich, eighth, 10:54.00; Kris Thomasberg, 15th, 11:22.00. Oct. 31, 2009 Big Sky Conference Championship Greeley, Colo. (Boomerang Golf Course) Women’s 5-Kilometer Team Scores: Northern Arizona, first, 28; Weber State, second, 64; Montana, third, 66; Sacramento State, fourth, 99; Idaho State, fifth, 120; Montana State, sixth, 162; Northern Colorado, seventh, 221; Portland State, eighth, 227; Eastern Washington, ninth, 276. Individual Winner: Veronica Pohl, Northern Arizona, 19:04.70 Top ISU Finisher: Erica Wendt-Richardson, 13th, 20:23.80 Other ISU Finishers: Bradi Hutchison, 17th, 20:30.65; Kerynn Davis, 22nd, 20:48.95; Gemma Maini, 32nd, 21:27.05; Chloe Palakovich, 36th, 21:33.85; Cydney Jacobsen, 37th, 21:33.85; Kris Thomasberg, 42nd, 21:45.45. Nov. 14, 2009 NCAA Mountain Regional Albuquerque, N.M. (University of New Mexico North Golf Course) Women’s 6-Kilometer Team Scores: Colorado, first, 48; Texas Tech, second, 53; Brigham Young, third, 114; UTEP, fourth, 116; New Mexico, fifth, 120; Colorado State, sixth, 145; Northern Arizona, seventh, 176; Utah Valley, eighth, 261; New Mexico State, ninth, 262; Southern Utah, 10th, 266; Weber State, 11th, 308; Montana, 12th, 348; Air Force, 13th, 376; Utah State, 14th, 381; Idaho State, 15th, 392; Nevada, 16th, 426; Wyoming, 17th, 463; Montana State, 18th, 497; Utah, 19th, 522; Northern Colorado, 20th, 551. Individual Winner: Jenny Barringer, Colorado, 20:29.0 Top ISU Finisher: Bradi Hutchison, 43rd, 22:19.2 Other ISU Finishers: Erica Wendt-Richardson, 47th, 22:21.5; Gemma Maini, 71st, 22:49.2; Kerynn Davis, 114th, 23:53.6; Chloe Palakovich, 117th, 24:06.1; Kris Thomasberg, 123rd, 24:28.7.

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2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide MEN’S INDOOR BESTS

200m Dash 2/27 2/7 1/16 400m Dash 2/7 2/27 1/16 800m Run 2/14 2/27 2/13 1 Mile Run 1/30 2/7 2/7 3000m Run 1/16 2/14 1/30 5000m Run 2/6 2/6 2/6

Sergio Jones 6.94@ D.J. Clark 7.10@ Corban Latimore 7.12 (55)@ Sergio Jones Jesse Soresen Corban Latimore Corban Latimore Jesse Sorensen Logan Henderson Zac Barrett Eric Strand John Ricardi John Ricardi Zac Barrett Ryan Davis John Ricardi Ryan Davis Keane Shuler John Ricardi Ryan Davis Keane Shuler

60m Hurdles 2/27 2/13 1/30

Brandon Graef Brad Silvester Zach Stringham

4x400 Relay 2/27

Idaho State

Distance Medley Relay

21.76 22.34 22.51 48.88 49.13 49.72 1:53.40@ 1:53.64@ 1:54.59@ 4:08.32@ 4:13.91@ 4:23.04@ 8:25.35@ 8:42.55@ 8:51.36@ 14:55.66@ 15:17.32@ 15:28.33@ 8.24@ 8.57@ 8.84(55)@ 3:14.89

2/7

Idaho State

High Jump 2/27 2/7 1/30

Jacob Keller Tysun Gunter Brandon McNew

2.04 1.96 1.93

Pole Vault 2/13 2/21 2/7

Sam Pierson Mike Arnold Zach Stringham

5.20 4.92 4.62

Long Jump 2/27 2/27 2/6 2/13

Brandon Graef Sergio Jones Wesley Hooten Jacob Keller

6.83 6.83 6.64 6.52

Triple Jump 2/13 1/30 2/7

Logan Henderson Brandon McNew Tysun Gunter

13.74 12.83 12.67

Shot Put 2/27 2/6 2/13

Jed Sion Brad Silvester Bradley Manning

17.23 15.08 13.63

Weight Throw 1/30 Jed Sion 2/13 J.D. Reiner 2/6 Bradley Manning

16.44 12.89 11.58

Heptathlon 2/27 2/7 2/27

10:23.61@

Brandon Graef 5,040 points Brad Silvester 4,898 points Logan Henderson 4,591 points

MEN’S OUTDOOR BESTS 100m Dash 4/3 Sergio Jones 10.72 4/18 Corban Latimore 11.02@ 4/11 Jesse Sorensen 11.22@

200m Dash 5/2 5/2 4/18

Sergio Jones Jesse Sorensen Corban Latimore

21.09@ 21.73@ 22.09@

400m Dash 5/13 4/18 4/22

Corban Latimore Jesse Sorensen Logan Henderson

48.63 48.80@ 49.25@

800m Run 5/2 5/2 4/3

Eric Strand Zac Barrett John Ricardi

1:50.05@ 1:54.39@ 1:57.80

1500m Run 4/11 4/17 4/18

John Ricardi Zac Barrett Ryan Davis

3:54.93@ 3:56.12 3:59.4@

5000m Run 4/25 4/3 4/3

Ryan Davis John Ricardi Aaron Wolfe

15:10.28 15:37.77 15:55.79

110m Hurdles 4/3 Brandon Graef 4/3 Nathan Capps 5/13 Brad Silvester 400m Hurdles 5/13 Nathan Capps 4/18 Logan Henderson 4/18 Brandon Graef

14.66 14.75 15.25 54.13 54.21@ 55.97@

4x100m Relay 5/13 Idaho State

41.74

4x400m Relay 5/13 Idaho State

3:15.48

High Jump 5/2 5.2

Jacob Keller Roderick Rumble

2.05 2.00

5/13 4/3 5/2

Tysun Gunter Levi Keller Nathan Capps

2.00 1.95 1.95

Pole Vault 5/2 5/13 4/17

Levi Keller Mike Arnold Sam Pierson

5.20 5.15 5.05

Long Jump 5/2 5/13 4/25

Sergio Jones Levi Keller Tysun Gunter

7.10 6.92 6.83

Triple Jump 4/3 4/3 4/11

Logan Henderson Levi Keller Brandon McNew

13.87 13.47 13.31

Shot Put 4/11 3/20 5/2

Jed Sion Brad Silvester J.D. Reiner

16.42 14.77 13.78

Discus Throw 4/25 Jed Sion 4/11 Nathan Capps 5/2 Brad Silvester

49.83 43.94 43.74

Hammer Throw 4/18 Jed Sion 4/3 Brad Silvester 5/2 J.D. Reiner

56.17 40.41 39.91

Javelin 4/18 4/23 4/16

Jacob Keller Levi Keller Nathan Capps

54.45 51.58 49.42

Decathlon 5/13 4/24 3/20

Nathan Capps Levi Keller Brad Silvester

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200m Dash 2/6 Trinelle McKinley 2/6 Jessica Johnson-Williams 1/16 Ashley Turner

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25.56 25.67 26.04

400m Dash 2/27 Trinelle McKinley 1/16 Carrie Connett 2/7 Chelsie Hirschi

56.94 1:01.18 1:02.76

800m Run 2/13 Gemma Maini 2/13 Carrie Connett 2/13 Kris Thomasberg

2:15.9@ 2:20.58@ 2:20.74@

1 Mile Run 2/7 Gemma Maini 1/30 Erica Wendt 2/7 Kerynn Davis

4:59.36@ 5:02.36@ 5:11.46@

3000m Run 2/13 Erica Wendt 2/13 Bradi Hutchison 2/13 Cydney Jacobsen

10:14.23@ 10:20.8@ 10:26.31@

5000m Run 2/6 Kerynn Davis 18:03.19@ 2/6 Bradi Hutchison 18:05.75@ 2/6 Chelsea Krpushek-Miller 18:13.47@ 60m Hurdles 2/27 Ashley Turner 2/27 Sydney Wendt 2/27 Sasha Buylova 4x400 Relay 2/27 Idaho State

8.82@ 9.06@ 9.1@ 3:50.47

Distance Medley Relay 2/6 Idaho State

12:05.16@

High Jump 2/6 Sydney Wendt 2/27 Amanda Vink-Johnston 2/21 Sasha Buylova

1.80 1.74 1.60

Pole Vault 2/13 Kylee Gleason 2/13 Kasie Scott-Shippen 2/21 Nicole Yurek 2/6 Alexis Folkinga

3.67 3.67 3.50 3.36

Long Jump 2/27 Sydney Wendt 2/6 Ashley Turner 2/27 Sasha Buylova

5.87 5.51 5.26

Triple Jump 2/27 Sydney Wendt 2/27 Sasha Buylova 1/30 Amanda Vink-Johnston

12.08 12.01 10.62

Shot Put 1/16 Carrie Talbot 2/6 Cheyanne Andrade 2/27 Sasha Buylova

13.23 11.15 10.54

Weight Throw 1/30 Carrie Talbot 1/30 Cheyanna Andrade 2/13 Nicole Anderson

15.70 11.91 11.34

Pentathlon 2/27 Sydney Wendt 2/27 Sasha Buylova 2/27 Ashley Turner

3,835 points 3,519 points 3,496 points

WOMEN’S OUTDOOR BESTS 100m Dash 4/3 Jessica Johnson-Williams 12.34 5/2 Nicole Anderson 12.80@

Christina Brown

12.94@

200m Dash 5/2 Jessica Johnson-Williams 4/22 Nicole Yurek 4/9 Ashley Turner

4x400m Relay 4/18 Idaho State

24.72@ 25.71@ 25.95@

400m Dash 4/25 Kylee Gleason 5/13 Nicole Yurek

High Jump 4/9 Sydney Wendt 4/9 Amanda Vink-Johnston 4/9 Sasha Buylova

1.78 1.69 1.63

57.67@ 57.92

Pole Vault 5/5 Kylee Gleason 4/18 Emmy Korth 4/25 Nicole Yurek

3.75 3.70 3.40

Long Jump 4/18 Sydney Wendt 5/2 Sasha Buylova 5/2 Christina Brown

5.80 5.49 5.41

4/25

800m Run 5/13 Gemma Maini 5/2 Erica Wendt 2:16.74@ 4/23 Sasha Buylova

2:19.50@

1500m Run 4/17 Gemma Maini 4/11 Erica Wendt 4/18 Kerynn Davis

4:29.61 4:38.83@ 4:39.38@

2:14.37

3:51.72@

Triple Jump 4/3 Sasha Buylova 4/11 Sydney Wendt 4/3 Amanda Vink-Johnston

12.32 12.02 10.92

17:35.06@ 17:45.56@ 17:54.02@

100m Hurdles 5/13 Ashley Turner 5/2 Sydney Wendt 5/2 Sasha Buylova

Shot Put 4/18 Cheyanne Andrade 4/22 Ashley Turner 3/20 Sydney Wendt

10.65 10.19 10.11

14.34 14.79@ 15.01@

Discus Throw 4/11 Cheyanne Andrade

37.47

400m Hurdles 5/13 Sydney Wendt 5/13 Ashley Turner 5/2 Carrie Connett

1:00.81 1:02.80 1:03.85@

Hammer Throw 4/18 Cheyanne Andrade

39.72

Javelin 3/20 Amanda Vink-Johnston 4/10 Nicole Yurek 3/20 Sydney Wendt

32.76 31.96 31.69

5000m Run 4/11 Bradi Hutchison 4/25 Erica Wendt 4/11 Kerynn Davis

3000m Steeplechase 4/16 Erica Wendt 5/2 Kris Thomasberg

10:44 11:40.27@

4x100m Relay 5/13 Idaho State

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Heptathlon 5/13 Sydney Wendt 5/13 Ashley Turner 5/13 Sasha Buylova

5,124 points 4,929 points 4,703 points


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The Big Sky Conference enters its 45th year of athletic competition in 200708 by welcoming a ninth member. The University of Northern Colorado officially became a member of the Big Sky Conference on July 1, 2006. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, with member institutions classified as I-AA in football. The Big Sky returns to a nine-team format after spending five years as an eight-member league. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in I-AA football. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001, giving the Big Sky its current makeup. With the addition of Northern Colorado, the Big Sky spreads across seven

states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and now Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State, and Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The 2006-07 season will mark the 19th year that the Big Sky Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, will enter his 12th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81 while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

Associate Commissioner......................................................... Ron Loghry rloghry@bigskyconference.org..........801-392-1978, Ext. 14 Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations...........Jon Kasper jkasper@bigskyconference.org.........801-392-1978, Ext. 16 Asst. Comm./Compliance................................................ Jaynee Nadolski jnadolski@bigskyconference.org.......801-392-1978, Ext. 12 Media Relations..................................................................... Autumn Wehr awehr@bigskyconference.org...........801-392-1978, Ext. 15 Administrative Assistant.................................................. Janet Carpenter jcarpenter@bigskyconference.org.....801-392-1978, Ext. 10 Business Manager................................................................ Christy Hatley chatley@bigskyconference.org.........801-392-1978, Ext. 13

Big Sky Address P.O. Box 1459 2491 Washington Blvd., Suite 201 Ogden, UT 84401

Phone Numbers

Doug Fullerton Commissioner

Ron Loghry Associate Commissioner

Jon Kasper Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations

Jaynee Nadolski Asst. Commissioner/ Compliance

Phone: 801-392-1978 Fax: 801-392-5568

Web Site

“www.bigskyconf.com”

Staff Commissioner............................................................................. Doug Fullerton dfullerton@bigskyconference.org......801-392-1978, Ext. 10

Bengal Track and Field

BIG SKY CONFERENCE

The Big Sky Conference


Bengal Track and Field Men’s Indoor NCAA Qualifying Standards

QUALIFYING STANDARDS

Event 55 Meters 60 Meters 55-Meter Hurdles 60-Meter Hurdles 200 Meters (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) 400 Meters (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) 800 Meters (Banked or Oversized track) Mile# (Banked or Oversized track) 3,000 Meters# (Banked or Oversized track) 5,000 Meters# (Banked or Oversized track) 1,600-Meter Relay (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) Mile Relay (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) Distance Medley Relay-Meters# (Banked or Oversized track) Distance Medley Relay-Yards# (Banked or Oversized track)

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Event High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put 35-Pound Weight Heptathlon

Automatic 2.24m 5.50m 7.85m 16.10m 19.30m 21.50m 5,650 points

Automatic 6.14@ 6.63@ 7.17@ 7.70@ 21.08 21.33 20.83 46.55 46.95 46.15 1:48.60 1:48.00 4:00.30 3:59.50 7:55.80 7:54.50 13:48.90 13:47.00 3:08.10 3:09.70 3:06.50 3:09.10 3:10.70 3:07.50 9:36.20 9:34.00 9:39.70 9:37.50 Provisional (7-4 1/4) (18-0 1/2) (25-9 1/4) (52-10) (63-4) (70-6 1/2) 5,300 points

Shot Put Discus Throw Javelin Throw Hammer Throw

Provisional 6.25@ 6.74@ 7.38@ 7.91@ 21.48 21.73 21.23 47.65 48.05 47.25 1:51.10 1:50.50 4:04.80 4:04.00 8:06.30 8:05.00 14:11.90 14:10.00 3:12.00 3:13.60 3:10.40 3:13.20 3:14.80 3:11.60 9:47.90 9:45.70 9:51.40 9:49.20

2.14m 5.20m 7.50m 15.40m 17.75m 19.50m

National Qualifying Standards

Event 10,000 Meters# Decathlon

Standard 10.55 21.35 47.20 1:50.40 3:47.80 4:06.00 9:07.00 14:12.00 14.30 52.51 40.66 40.86 3:10.00

Automatic 28:45.00 7,500

(55-1 1/2) (169-7) (202-1) (183-1)

Provisional 29:30.00 6,900

Women’s Indoor NCAA Qualifying Standards

(7-1/4) (17-0 3/4) (24-7 1/4) (50-6 1/4) (58-3) (63-11 3/4)

Men’s Outdoor Regional Qualifying Standards Event 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters# Mile# 3,000-Meter Steeple# 5,000 Meters# 110-Meter Hurdles 400-Meter Hurdles 400-Meter Relay 440-Yard Relay 1,600-Meter Relay +.44/+.84 Mile Relay +.44/+.84 High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump

16.80m 51.70m 61.60m 55.80m

Altitude Adjustment 3000-5999 ft/6000ft+ +.03/+.06 +.07/+.12 +.11/+.21

+.04/+.08 +.11/+.21 +.12/+.24 +.12/+.24

Event 55 Meters 60 Meters 55-Meter Hurdles 60-Meter Hurdles 200 Meters (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) 400 Meters (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) 800 Meters (Banked or Oversized track) Mile# (Banked or Oversized track) 3,000 Meters# (Banked or Oversized track) 5,000 Meters# (Banked or Oversized track) 1,600-Meter Relay (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) Mile Relay (Undersized track) (Banked or Oversized track) Distance Medley Relay-Meters# (Banked or Oversized track) Distance Medley Relay-Yards# (Banked or Oversized track) Event High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put 20-Pound Weight Pentathlon

Automatic 1.85m 4.20m 6.35m 13.30m 16.90m 21.00m 4,050 points

Event 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters# 1,500 Meters# Mile# 3,000-Meter Steeple# 5000 Meters# 100-Meter Hurdles

Standard 11.75 23.96 54.61 2:09.80 4:27.80 4:49.30 10:50.25 16:52.00 13.92

Automatic 6.74@ 7.26@ 7.57@ 8.14@ 23.40 23.60 23.20 52.70 53.00 52.40 2:05.40 2:05.00 4:38.60 4:38.00 9:15.80 9:15.00 16:09.60 16:08.00 3:34.20 3:35.40 3:33.00 3:35.40 3:36.60 3:34.20 11:11.00 11:09.00 11:14.50 11:12.50 (6-0 3/4) (13-9 1/4) (21-10) (43-7 3/4) (55-5 1/2) (68-10 3/4)

Provisional 6.92@ 7.44@ 7.86@ 8.43@ 24.10 24.30 23.90 54.70 55.00 54.40 2:09.40 2:09.00 4:48.60 4:48.00 9:34.80 9:34.00 16:46.60 16:45.00 3:41.20 3:42.40 3:40.00 3:42.40 3:43.60 3:41.20 11:32.00 11:30.00 11:35.50 11:33.50 Provisional 1.78m (5-10) 3.95m (12-11 1/2) 6.10m (20-0) 12.65m (41-6) 15.20m (49-10 1/2) 18.75m (61-6 1/4) 3,700 points

Women’s Outdoor Regional Qualifying Standards

3:11.10

2.10m 5.05m 7.34m 15.00m

(6-10 3/4) (16-7) (24-1) (49-2 1/2)

Altitude Adjustment 3000-5999 ft/6000 ft+ +.03/+.07 +.07/+.14 +.11/+.21

400-Meter Hurdles 400-Meter Relay 440-Yard Relay 1,600-Meter Relay 1,600-Yard Relay High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Throw Javelin Throw Hammer Throw

1:00.82 45.70 45.90 3:42.00 3:43.30 1.75m 3.85m 6.00m 12.32m 14.30m 47.30m 43.45m 54.15m

National Qualifying Standards

Event 10,000 Meters# Heptathlon

Automatic 33:30.00 5,500

+.11/+.21 +.12/+.28 +.12/+.28 +.44/+.84 +.44/+.84 (5-8 3/4) (12-7 1/2) (19-8 1/4) (40-5) (46-11) (155-2) (142-6) (177-8)

Provisional 35:00.00 5,050

#Altitude adjustment available. “Undersize tracks” are those less than 200m/220 yards, “oversize” tracks are those larger than 200m/220 yards. All those achieving the Automatic Standard will be qualified for the NCAA Championships. If not enough qualify to fill fields, athletes will be added in order of performance, provided they have met the Provisional Standard. Only fully automatic times may be used to qualify for events shorter than 400 meters. For 400 meters and above, hand-held times may qualify if, after rounding the time up to the next higher tenth of a second and adding 0.30 seconds, it meets the FAT qualifying standard. In the 10000 meter run and combined events, all those achieving the Automatic Standard will be qualified for the NCAA Championships. If not enough qualify to fill fields, athletes will be added in order of performance, provided they have met the Provisional Standard. Indoor marks may not be used to qualify for outdoor championships. Only fully automatic times may be used to qualify for events shorter than 400 meters. For 400 meters and above, hand-held times may qualify if, after rounding the time up to the next higher tenth of a second and adding 0.24 seconds, it meets the FAT qualifying standard.

+.04/+.08

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Top Ten All-Time Performances..........................................................Page 44 Top Ten All-Time Performers..............................................................Page 48 Facility Records..................................................................................Page 52 Big Sky Champions............................................................................Page 53 Athletic Honors...................................................................................Page 57 Academic Honors...............................................................................Page 58 All-Time Roster...................................................................................Page 59 President............................................................................................Page 63 Athletic Director..................................................................................Page 64 Administrators/Staff............................................................................Page 65 P.A.W.S/SAAC....................................................................................Page 68 Notable Alumni...................................................................................Page 69 Bengal Champions.............................................................................Page 70 Ring of Honor.....................................................................................Page 71 ISU Hall of Fame................................................................................Page 72 Staff Directory.....................................................................................Page 73 Media Directory..................................................................................Page 74 Media Information...............................................................................Page 75

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HISTORY AND RECORDS

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Bengal Track and Field

TOP 10 ALL-TIME PERFORMANCES

MEN’S RECORDS

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6.14h 6.24h 6.29 6.31 6.34h 6.35 6.36 6.37 6.38

55-meter (Indoor) Peter Amarteifio Carl Lawson Butch Caston Dan Lai Steve Williams Don Wright Mitch Hayden John Mwebe Earl Corney Ed Coleman Sergio Jones

1975 1973 1987 2005 1973 1978 1984 1980 1996 1998 2008

6.92 6.93 6.94 6.96 6.98 7.10 7.12 7.13 7.14

60-meter (Indoor) Sergio Jones Sergio Jones Sergio Jones Sergio Jones Sergio Jones Sergio Jones D.J. Clark Corban Latimore Corban Latimore Brandon Graef

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009

6.84h 6.92 6.95 6.94 6.99 7.01 7.04 7.05 7.07 7.08

60-meter (Outdoor) Peter Amartefio Butch Caston Dan Lai Dan Lai John McCauley Brad Stocking Skylar Stevenson Dan Lai Skylar Stevenson Dan Lai

1976 1987 2003 2005 2001 1987 2005 2001 2005 2003

10.15 10.28 10.39 10.41 10.44hy 10.48 10.50 10.54hy 10.54w

100-meter (Outdoor) Peter Amarteifio John Mwebe Pat Cranor Don Wright Carl Lawson Ivan Moody Sergio Jones John Briggs Bill Harvey Dan Lai

1977 1979 1977 1978 1973 1981 2008 1964 1963 2003

20.04hy 20.14hy 20.92 21.08 21.09 21.11 21.17 21.17h 21.19

200-meter (Outdoor) Carl Lawson Bill Harvey Peter Amarteifio Don Wright Ricky Richardson Sergio Jones John Mwebe Dan Griffin Pat Cranor Sergio Jones

1973 1963 1977 1978 1977 2009 1980 1994 1977 2008

21.34h 21.4h 21.43 21.45 21.48 21.63 21.64 21.68 21.76 21.77

200-meter (Indoor) Carl Lawson Dan Lai Dan Griffin Dana Scouten Earl Corney Dan Lai Brad Stocking Dan Lai Sergio Jones Sergio Jones

1973 2003 1994 1997 1996 2005 1988 2005 2009 2009

45.94hy 46.42 46.62 46.67 46.72 46.84hy 47.14hy 47.24hy 47.32 47.34

400-meter (Outdoor) Larry Lewis Jon Austin Dana Scouten Mark McGavish George McKinley Jim Wharton Dick Tullock Jamie Kimmell Dan Griffin Brad Marshall

1969 1978 1997 1981 1984 1970 1976 1977 1994 1979

46.64 47.20 47.24hy 47.44hy 47.64hy 47.74h 47.82 47.84hy 47.93 47.94hy

400-meter (Indoor) Dana Scouten Mark McGavish Jon Austin Bob McGee Carl Lawson Pat Williams Dan Griffin Tony Bolden Jeremy Hurst Peter Amarteifio

1997 1984 1977 1975 1972 1974 1993 1977 2000 1977

1:48.01 1:48.63 1:48.91

800-meter (Outdoor) Bryce Knight 2001 Mark Byrne 1989 Nate Renner 2000

1:49.15 1:49.29 1:49.56 1:49.82 1:49.91 1:50.05 1:50.64h

Jeff Jaynes Dan Russell Tom Nate Greg Carlsen Dave Cook Eric Strand James Isom

1985 1991 1992 1991 1987 2009 1982

1:46.62 1:47.22 1;47.72 1:48.12 1:49.10 1:49.23 1:49.57 1:49.87 1:50.13 1:50.14

800-meter (Indoor) Bryce Knight Bryce Knight Bryce Knight Nate Renner Dan Russell Tom Nate Jeff Jaynes James Isom Colin Mathieson Greg Carlsen

2000 2001 2000 2001 1991 1992 1988 1984 1993 1991

3:39.63 3:41.80 3:42.44 3:42.52 3:45.31 3:45.34y 3:45.50 3:47.01 3:48.25 3:48.29

1,500-meter (Outdoor) Paul Hoffman Paul Hoffman Jeff Jaynes Paul Hoffman Paul Hoffman Tracy Harris Steve Kresl Colin Mathieson Spencer Hill Jerald Jones

2005 2005 1985 2005 2005 1983 1982 1992 1994 1975

4:02.89 4:05.34 4:05.50 4:05.53 4:07.79 4:07.86 4:08.30 4:08.34h 4:08.38 4:08.58

Mile (Indoor) Jeff Jaynes Jerald Jones Paul Hoffman Paul Hoffman Nolan Lien Colin Mathieson John Ricardi John Brooks Elvis Terry Emry Carr

1985 1975 2005 2003 1998 1993 2009 1974 1996 2001

8:12.04h 8:14.60 8:15.26 8:19.34h 8:20.91hy 8:21.10 8:21.70

3,000-meter (Indoor) Greg Burrell Nolan Lien Elvis Terry Phil Stevensen Tom O’Riordan Spencer Hill Emry Carr

1984 1998 1998 1982 1961 1994 2001

8:23.4h 8:23.56 8:25.35

Tracy Harris Rod Hansen John Ricardi

1983 1984 2009

3,000-meter Steeplechase (Outdoor) 8:47.64h Phil Stephenson 1982 8:50.49 Jeff Horsley 1996 8:53.44 Jeremy Redding 1995 8:56.63 Dave Young 1993 8:58.98h Emry Carr 2001 9:00.75 Dan Smith 1995 9:03.71 Kaid McKay 1991 9:03.87 John Ricardi 2007 John Ricardi 2009 9:04.33 Doug Vickerman 1984

13:53.51 13:59.38 14:11.92 14:16.32 14:22.66 14:28.22 14:32.17 14:33.73 14:36.28 14:36.84

5,000-meter (Outdoor) Greg Burrell Emry Carr Elvis Terry Greg Burnell Spencer Hill Chris Belcher Matt Tyrrell Phil Stephenson Joe Perdue Chris Middleton

5,000-meter (Indoor) 14:23.08 Emry Carr 14:25.10hyTerry Heath 14:27.49 Elvis Terry 14:38.56 Bill Devine 14:41.74h Greg Burrell 14:42.50hyVince Cappell 14:45.46 Jim Tanner 14:45.92 Casey Crumrine 14:48.28 Chris Middleton 14:50.82 Joe Perdue

1981 2001 1996 1982 1997 1998 2005 1982 2005 1987 2001 1977 1998 1982 1982 1973 1991 2000 1987 2004

10,000-meter (Outdoor) 29:23.40 Emry Carr 2001 29:59.83 Kaid McKay 1991 30:08.24h Greg Burrell 1983 30:12.94 Jim Tanner 1991 30:14.55 Casey Crumrine 2002 30:24.73 Bill Devine 1983 30:45.42 Chris Belcher 1998 30:52.10 Joe Kresl 1985 31:08.33 Terry Heath 1977 31:08.49 Brent Caudill 1988

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7.16 7.18 7.38 7.40 7.44h 7.50 7.54h 7.55 7.63 7.65

55-meter Hurdle (Indoor) Dusty Kuzma 1978 Don Wright 1978 Darin Jernigan 1987 Jason Bennermon 1985 Tony Bolden 1977 Glen Barnes 1983 Bill Ardary 1975 Don McMurrian 1986 McKay Womack 2003 Jake Schorzman 2006

8.10 8.20 8.25 8.31 8.32 8.36 8.37 8.38 8.41

60-meter Hurdle (Indoor) Darin Jernigan 1987 Brandon Graef 2009 Brandon Graef 2009 Jake Schorzman 2006 Brandon Graef 2009 Brandon Graef 2009 McKay Womack 2003 Jake Schorzman 2006 Justin Garner 1997 Dmitry Beresnev 2006

110-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 13.76 Don Wright 1978 13.84h Ben Miller 1966 13.92 Jason Bennermon 1985 14.04h Tony Bolden 1976 14.08 Darin Jernigan 1986 14.24h Ward Kinsman 1973 14.26 Glen Barnes 1983 14.66 Brandon Graef 2009 14.68 Dusty Kuzma 1977 14.69 McKay Womack 2003 50.30hy 51.30 51.51 51.79 51.91h 52.25 52.43 52.54hy 52.59 52.64 7-2 7-1 1/2

400-meter Hurdles Jim Wharton Brandt Bannister Mike Ewing Raul Huitron Larry Comer Nate Renner Darin Jernigan Paul Lundy Dusty Kuzma Bob McGee

1970 1983 1984 1992 1974 2000 1987 1976 1978 1975

High Jump (Outdoor) Ronn Raymond 1985 Rick Berrett 1979


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7-0 3/4 7-0 6-11 3/4 6-11 1/2 6-11 6-10 3/4 6-10

Randy Powell Mike Howerton Peter Kommendant Ben Layman Ben Layman Ben Layman Jim Horner Jeff Adams

1977 1982 2004 2006 2005 2005 1982 1993

24-6 1/2 24-3 1/2 24-3 24-2 1/2 24-2 24-1

Paul Wilson Jim Horner Stefan von Campe Jim Pardee Jason Bennerman Ricky Richardson Bill Malson Steve Williams

1977 1983 1997 1969 1983 1976 1965 1996

High Jump (Indoor) Rick Berrett Ben Layman Randy Powell Darin Hovey Ben Layman Ronn Raymond Ben Layman Troy Shippen Jim Horner Ben Layman Steve Boyenger Tom Keyes Peter Kommendant

1980 2006 1977 1979 2006 1985 2006 1990 1982 2006 1992 1979 2003

24-11 3/4 24-8 1/2 24-1 1/2 23-11 3/4 23-10 23-9 1/2 23-8 1/4 23-7 1/2 23-5 1/4

Long Jump (Indoor) Stefan von Campe Dick Tullock Dan Lai Dan Lai Steve Williams Dan Lai Jason Bennermon Steve Fink Jim Horner Tom Burnham Tom English

1998 1975 2002 2005 1996 2003 1984 1982 1982 2001 1992

52-5 1/4 49-9 49-2 1/4 49-1 49-0 3/4 49-0 1/4 49-0 48-10 48-6

Triple Jump (Outdoor) Jim Horner Ben Allen Ben Allen Tom English Ben Allen Ben Allen Mike Burrell Emmanuel Ebo Ron Boone Henry Evans Ben Allen

1983 2003 2003 1992 2004 2003 1988 1974 1968 1985 2004

51-2 1/4 49-10 1/2 49-2 1/2 48-8 48-4 48-3 3/4 48-3 1/2 48-2 47-9 1/4 47-7 1/4

Triple Jump (Indoor) Jim Horner Emmanuel Ebo Tom English Henry Evans Ben Allen Ben Allen Ben Allen Ricky Richardson Sylvester Jones Mike Burrell

1982 1975 1992 1987 2003 2004 2004 1976 1993 1990

61-7 3/4 60-2 59-5 1/2 59-2 3/4

Shot Put (Outdoor) John Danielson Zeb Sion John Danielson Zeb Sion

2007 2006 2007 2006

17-11 17-8 1/2 17-6 1/2 17-4 1/2 17-3 17-2 3/4

Pole Vault (Outdoor) Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Pat Deming Paul Litchfield Steve Deming Paul Litchfield McKay Womack Sam Pierson

18-0 1/2 17-6 1/2 17-5 17-4 1/2 17-2 1/4 17-2 17-1 17-0 3/4

Pole Vault (Indoor) Paul Litchfield Steve Deming Paul Litchfield McKay Womack Paul Litchfield Pat Deming Todd Foster Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Sam Pierson

2003 2002 2003 2002 2001 2003 1998 2003 2003 2008 2003 1998 2004 2003 2004 2001 1992 2004 2002 2004 2009

Long Jump (Outdoor) 25-10 3/4 Dick Tullock 1976 24-7 Larry Knackstead 1958

58-6 3/4 58-3 1/4 58-3 58-1 57-11 1/2 57-11 1/4

John Danielson John Danielson Zeb Sion Gary Bills Zeb Sion Zeb Sion Zeb Sion

2006 2006 2006 1969 2006 2006 2006

Discus (Outdoor) 174-6 Craig Byington 172-4 Andy Wilke 171-7 Linval Swaby 171-5 Andy Wilke 169-6 Rich Fejer 168-5 Andy Wilke 166-11 1/2 Mike Johnston 166-10 George Kom 166-8 Todd Austin 166-7 Jed Sion

1973 2003 1992 2001 1983 2002 1969 1959 1978 2007

Hammer Throw (Outdoor) 212-5 Scott Boothby 1997 191-7 John Danielson 2007 184-3 Jed Sion 2009 179-0 Tom Hansen 1999 178-5 Andy Wilke 2003 177-11 Dee Harrison 1999 176-10 Andy Wilke 2003 176-8 John Danielson 2006 174-6 John Danielson 2006 174-2 John Danielson 2006 Dan Lai

60-5 3/4 59-3 1/2 58-10 1/2 58-9 58-6 1/2 57-7 3/4 57-7 1/2 57-3 57-1 1/2 56-11 1/4 56-9 1/2

Shot Put (Indoor) John Danielson John Danielson Eric Whitsitt Eric Whitsitt John Danielson Eric Whitsitt Eric Whitsitt John Danielson Shawn McEntire John Danielson Eric Whitsitt

2007 2007 2004 2005 2006 2004 2005 2006 1999 2006 2005

61-6 57-10 56-11.50 56-10 56-6 1/4 55-10 1/4 55-9 55-8 55-7 55-2

Weight Throw (Indoor) Scott Boothby Tom Hansen Logan Harding Logan Harding Logan Harding Logan Harding Andy Wilke Andy Hansen Bill Vasas Dee Harrison Andy Wilke

1997 1999 2006 2006 2006 2006 2002 1997 2000 2000 2002

Javelin (Outdoor, new implement, 1986 ) 244-5 Gabor Hajdu 2002 233-9 Gabor Hajdu 2002 231-5 Gabor Hajdu 2002 227-11 Gabor Hajdu 2001 224-10 Gabor Hajdu 2002 218-10 1/2 Gabor Hajdu 2002 213-2 Gabor Hajdu 2002 208-5 Jason Hillebrand 1998 208-4 Trent Huntsinger 1999 204-4 Gabor Hajdu 2002 4,098 3,894 3,826 3,813 3,773 3,697 3,689 3,630 3,588 3,563

Pentathlon (Indoor) Stefan von Campe Troy Shippen Steve Fink Justin Garner Alan Dopp Sean Christian Tom Burnham Shawn Scholl Dennis Foltz Randy Vanover

1998 1991 1984 1996 1995 1997 2001 1987 1991 1997

Heptathlon (Indoor, new 2004) 5,394 Levi Keller 2007 5,304 Adam Matthews 2004

5,245 5,219 5,197 5,191 5,167 5,160 5,115 5,088

Ben Allen Levi Keller Paul Litchfield Adam Matthews Nathan Capps Nathan Capps Levi Keller Ben Allen

2004 2007 2004 2004 2008 2007 2006 2004

7,543* 7,335 7,286 7,257 7,373* 7,272 7,199 7,167 7,097 7,086

Decathlon (Outdoor) Steve Fink (7387) Shawn Scholl Paul Litchfield Mat Bertilsson Ken Young Nathan Capps Sean Christian Stefan von Campe Alan Dopp Paul Litchfield

1982 1987 2003 1987 1983 2009 1998 1998 1995 2003

WOMEN’S RECORDS 7.02 7.03 7.05 7.06 7.10 7.12 7.13

55-meter (Indoor) Yolanda Frazier Alena Munger Julie Briggs Brittany Rozier Alena Munger Alena Munger Selena Frazier Alena Munger Alena Munger Alena Munger

1991 2002 1991 2007 2002 2000 2003 2002 2002 2002

7.71 7.78 7.79 7.80 7.81 7.83 7.84

60-meter (Indoor) Brittany Rozier Selena Frazier Alena Munger Alena Munger Audra Smith Alena Munger Alena Munger Christina Brown Shannon Sinn Mariah Williams Stefani Fandl

2007 2001 2003 2000 2006 2003 2003 2006 2001 2001 1999

11.72 11.91 11.96

100-meter (Outdoor) Brittany Rozier 2007 Jessica Johnson 2008 Alena Munger 2000

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12.02 12.03 12.04h 12.04h 12.06

Alena Munger Brittany Rozier Julie Briggs Yolanda Frazier Alena Munger Alena Munger Alena Munger

2002 2007 1991 1991 2002 2003 2003

23.74h 23.98 24.13 24.14w 24.18 24.19 24.29 24.33 24.34 24.42

200-meter (Outdoor) Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Terri Jones

2002 2002 2003 2003 2002 2003 2002 2001 2003 1988

23.93 24.03 24.05 24.14 24.15 24.19 24.26 24.28 24.30 24.32

200-meter (Indoor) Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier

2003 2002 2003 2003 2003 2002 2003 2003 2002 2002

53.56 54.07 54.31 54.39 54.52 54.53 54.65 54.58 54.84h 54.89

400-meter (Outdoor) Terri Jones Selena Frazier Larnie Boyd Selena Frazier Larnie Boyd Selena Frazier Tiffany Anderson Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Larnie Boyd

1988 2003 2003 2002 2003 2002 2007 2003 2002 2003

53.85 54.38 54.39 54.42 54.59 54.91 54.94

400-meter (Indoor) Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Terri Jones Selena Frazier Lisa Kershaw Selena Frazier

2003 2002 2002 1988 2003 1991 2003

55.06 55.10 55.24

Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Tiffany Andersen

2003 2003 2006

2:09.53 2:09.74 2:10.66 2:10.69 2:11.68 2:11.74 2:11.78 2:11.94 2:12.06 2:12.11

800-meter (Outdoor) Sherianne Watts Melissa McLimore Jenny Downey Catrina Campbell Jenny Downey Jenny Downey Melissa McLimore Jenny Downey Raelynn Mathieson Gretchen Carr Gemma Maini

1996 2007 2007 1985 2008 2008 2003 2004 1992 1995 2008

2:09.73 2:11.11 2:11.86 2:11.95 2:12.62 2:13.00 2:13.17 2:13.51 2:13.68 2:13.75

800-meter (Indoor) Melissa McLimore Charidy Joseph Jenny Downey Jenny Downey Gemma Maini Mattie Mulick Sherianne Watts Gemma Maini Becky Sondag Mattie Mulick

2007 2000 2006 2006 2005 2002 1996 2005 1992 2002

4:24.02 4:26.05 4:26.36 4:28.68 4:29.61 4:30.04 4:30.72 4:31.76 4:31.94 4:32.68 4:33.60

1,500-meter (Outdoor) Becky Sondag Gretchen Carr Gemma Maini Lois Ricardi Gemma Maini Lisa Valle Emily Mulick Jenny Downey Gemma Maini Gemma Maini Sarah Skeem

4:52.70 4:55.00 4:56.56 4:58.99 4:59.01 5:00.18 5:01.75 5:03.60 5:04.54

Mile (Indoor) Becky Sondag Gretchen Carr Jordan Vaughn Emily Mulick Sarah Skeem Christy Oliveira Sarah Skeem Sarah Skeem Shannon Hull

1991 1995 2008 2008 2009 1985 1999 2007 2009 2008 2006 1992 1995 1998 1998 2006 1994 2006 2006 1992

5:04.70

Gemma Maini

2005

9:43.96 9:54.54 10:01.23 10:02.71 10:04.55 10:05.38 10:07.24 10:11.76 10:11.83 10:12.94h 10:13.14

3,000-meter (Indoor) Lois Ricardi Jordan Vaughn Daniela Fleischmann Becky Sondag Lois Ricardi Lois Ricardi Shannon Hull Tia Woodfin Christy Oliveira Amy Laffoon Bobbi Jo Carlovsky

2008 2000 2002 1992 2008 2008 1992 1995 1994 1982 1994

3,000-meters Steeplechase (Outdoor) 10:18.54 Emily Mulick 2001 10:35.00 Lois Ricardi 2008 10:40.64 Lois Ricardi 2008 10:43.16 Lois Ricardi 2007 10:44.00 Erica Wendt 2009 10:45.10 Lois Ricardi 2008 10:48.00 Lois Ricardi 2007 10:48.65 Erica Wendt 2009 10:51.85 Lois Ricardi 2008 10:56.00 Lois Ricardi 2007 17:12.32 17:12.85 17:22.78 17:27.56 17:28.14 17:31.46 17:36.21 17:38.24h 17:43.91 17:48.81

5,000-meter (Outdoor) Amy Laffoon Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Jordan Vaughn Becky Sondag Lois Ricardi Shawna Carr Tina Osroot Diane Goebel Jen Shellenbarger Elizabeth Jansen

1982 1990 2000 1991 2008 1999 1981 1984 1998 1998

17:01.99 17:25.14h 17:40.59 17:42.90 17:48.44 17:48.74h 17:50.61 17:54.20 17:54.84h 18:13.88

5,000-meters (Indoor) Jordan Vaughn Amy Laffoon Tia Woodfin Lois Ricardi Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Tina Osroot Brandy Oliver Jen Shellenbarger Shannon Hull Malorie Sunderland

2000 1982 1995 2008 1994 1982 2001 1998 1992 2004

10,000-meters (Outdoor)

35:14.18 35:46.86 35:52.94h 36:26.64 36:48.22 36:48.88 37:05.34h 37:07.15 37:10.54h 37:58.32 7.94 7.99 8.00 8.03 8.07

Jordan Vaughn Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Amy Laffoon Shawna Carr Brandy Oliver Jen Shallenbarger Cathy Whittemore Shannon Hull Tia Woodfin Elizabeth Jansen

2000 1994 1981 1999 1997 1998 1985 1993 1995 1997

55-meter Hurdles (Indoor) Cassie Merkley 2008 Cassie Merkley 2007 Shannon Sinn 2000 Lynne Wingle 1983 Sarah Mosler 1998

Stacy Dragila 8.10 8.14 8.14h 8.20 8.51 8.54h 8.59 8.60 8.65 8.74 8.78 8.79

Stefani Fandl Michelle Railsback Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Paula Allen Michelle Railsback Michelle Railsback

1998 2003 2007 2007 1980 2003 2003

60-meter Hurdles (Indoor) Cassie Merkley 2008 Paula Allen 1981 Stefani Fandl 1999 Cassie Merkley 2008 Cassie Merkley 2008 Shannon Sinn 2000 Cassie Merkley 2006 Angie Stubblefield 1981 Ashley Turner 2009 Audra Smith 2006

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100-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 13.77 Cassie Merkley 2008 13.78 Cassie Merkley 2008 13.81 Shannon Sinn 2001 13.87 Cassie Merkley 2008 13.99w Lynne Wingle 1984 14.00 Cassie Merkley 2008 14.03 Cassie Merkley 2008 14.05 Cassie Merkley 2008 14.10 Cassie Merkley 2008 14.20w Michelle Railsback 2003 400-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 59.61 Jackie Poulson 2002 1:00.09 Jackie Poulson 2003 1:00.26 Jackie Poulson 2003 1:00.40 Kristin Loedrup 1998 1:00.55 Hillary Merkley 2001 1:00.81 Sydney Wendt 2009 1:00.85 Jackie Poulson 2003 1:00.89 Esmeralda Tagaban 1981 1:01.08 Sydney Wendt 2009 1:01.26 Cassie Merkley 2008 High Jump (Outdoor) Amber Welty 1988 Amber Welty 1988 Amber Welty 1988 Becky Vasas 2000 Tonya Scarborough 1985 Julie Crosgrove 1982 Sydney Wendt 2009 Jenny Hadden 1985 Sydney Wendt 2009 Jackie Poulson 2003 Jackie Poulson 2003 Sydney Wendt 2008 High Jump (Indoor) 6-2 Amber Welty 1988 6-0 Amber Welty 1988 5-11 1/2 Jenny Hadden 1986 5-10 3/4 Sydney Wendt 2009 5-10 1/2 Tonya Scarborough 1985 5-10 Becky Vasas 2000 5-9 1/4 Julie Crosgrove 1982 5-8 Michelle Hunter 1992 Sandi Jacobson 1988 Cassie Merkley 2008 Sydney Wendt 2009 Amanda Vink-Johns. 2009

6-3 1/2 6-2 3/4 6-1 1/4 5-10 3/4 5-10 5-8 3/4 5-7 3/4


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13-0 12-10 12-7 1/2 12-6 1/2 12-6 12-5 1/2

Pole Vault (Indoor) Kasie Scott Katie Williams Katie Williams Kylee Gleason Solana Kline Michelle Railsback Jana Capps Kasie Scott Kylee Gleason Katie Williams Kasie Scott

2008 2006 2006 2008 2005 2003 2004 2008 2008 2007 2007

19-10 1/2 19-8 3/4 19-4 3/4 19-3 1/2 19-3 19-1 1/2 19-1 1/4 19-0 1/2 18-10 18-9 3/4

Long Jump (Outdoor) Marci Payne Tracy Dulmage Erin Bell Erin Bell Tanya Smith Paula Allen Sarah Mosler Jackie Poulson Sydney Wendt Sydney Wendt Erin Bell Sydney Wendt

1988 1991 2008 2008 1990 1980 1998 2003 2009 2009 2008 2008

Long Jump (Indoor) 19-7 Tanya Smith 19-6 Marci Payne 19-3 1/4 Sydney Wendt 19-0 3/4 Shannon Sinn 18-11 1/4 Paula Allen 18-10 1/2 Sarah Mosler 18-10 Jackie Poulson 18-9 3/4 Lynne Wingle 18-9 1/2 Esmeralda Tagaban 18-9 1/4 Tracy Dulmage Triple Jump (Outdoor)

2006 2005 2006 2008 2003 2005 2005 2007 2009 1995

1991 1988 2009 2000 1981 1998 2003 1984 1983 1991

41-7 1/2 41-3 1/4 40-6 1/4 40-5 39-11 1/4 39-9 1/4 39-7 1/4 39-6 39-5 1/4 39-0 1/2

Marci Payne Hiliary Huntsinger Tanya Smith Sasha Buylova Belinda Taylor Sasha Buylova Tracy Dulmage Monica Jensen Sydney Wendt Monica Jensen

1988 2001 1989 2009 1995 2009 1991 2005 2009 2004

40-2 40-0 1/2 39-8 39-7 3/4 39-6 39-4 1/4 39-0 38-7 38-2 3/4

Triple Jump (Indoor) Tanya Smith Hiliary Hoagland Monica Jensen Sydney Wendt Marci Payne Kim Scott Belinda Taylor Monica (Jensen) Seward Tracy Dulmage Sydney Wendt

1991 1999 2005 2009 1988 2002 1995 2006 1991 2007

Shot Put (Outdoor) Jessica Hillam Sue Doucette Hillary Merkley Jessica Hillam Dee Cavin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin

49-0 3/4 48-2 1/4 47-10 1/2 46-11 46-7 46-6 1/2 46-6 1/4 46-0 45-11 1/4 45-9 1/2

2007 1982 2001 2007 1978 2002 2002 2003 2003 Jessica (Cornia) Hillam 2005 Rica Brown 1988

48-0 1/4 47-7 1/2 46-10 1/2 46-8 46-5 46-1 1/4 46-1 46-0 3/4 46-0 1/2

Shot Put (Indoor) Hillary Merkley Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Sue Doucette Micky Hill Jana Tucker Jessica Hillam Jessica Hillam

68-0 1/4 67-8 3/4 66-2

2001 2002 2003 2002 2003 1982 1986 1993 2007 2006

Weight Throw (Indoor) Maureen Griffin 2001 Maureen Griffin 2002 Maureen Griffin 2003

64-10 1/2 64-5 3/4 63-0 1/2 62-7 1/2 62-0 1/2 61-9 3/4 61-7 3/4

Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin

2002 2002 2002 2003 2002 2003 2003

Discus (Outdoor) 163-2 Pat Herrington 156-10 Lisa Hoffman Maureen Griffin 154-6 Sandy Bean 152-7 Carmen Cole 151-10 Tara Swallow 151-2 Margaret Fox-Hall 150-6 1/4 Stefani Schlueter 149-10 Tanya Eich 147-10 Micky Hill

1981 1984 2003 1983 1992 1998 1983 1994 2001 1988

209-7 208-6 207-11 207-0 205-4 204-9 204-1 203-11 202-11 202-9

Hammer (Outdoor) Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin

2002 2003 2001 2002 2002 2003 2002 2002 2003 2003

158-7 155-9 155-8 154-1 1/2 153-6 153-2 152-2 149-10 1/2 149-7

Javelin (Outdoor) Sandy Bean Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Pat Herrington Patty Steinbruecker Amy Dobson Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Angie Stubblefield Cassie Merkley

1983 2008 2008 1980 1989 1995 2008 2008 1981 2008

3,892 3,874 3,847 3,835 3,819 3,750 3,742

Pentathlon (Indoor) Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Sydney Wendt Sydney Wendt Hillary Merkley Jackie Poulson

2008 2008 2007 2009 2009 2001 2003

3,727 3,675 3,645

Nicole Dudek Tonya Scarborough Sydney Wendt

1991 1985 2008

5,573 5,563 5,538 5,402 5,373 5,365 5,320 5,309 5,284 5,273

Heptathlon (Outdoor) Jackie Poulson Cassie Merkley Jackie Poulson Cassie Merkley Jackie Poulson Jackie Poulson Hillary Merkley Cassie Merkley Jackie Poulson Sarah Mosler

2003 2008 2003 2008 2003 2002 2001 2008 2003 1998

12:01.14h Corrigan, Jackson, Osroot, Delventahl 12:02.02 Scott, Bobert, Downey, Andersen 12:02.61 E. Mulick, Merkley, M. Mulick, Vaughn 12:04.53 E. Mulick, Chase, Kohler, Vaughn 12:07.70 Janowitz, Downey, McLimore, Stoker 12:08.87 E. Mulick, Mosler, Kohler, Vaughn 12:09.24 Szubert, Briggs, Carr, Oliviera

Current athletes posted in Bold h = converted from hand time ( ) Scores converted to new tables

45.66 46.14 46.24 46.25 46.28 46.42 46.62 47.02 47.03 47.13

WOMEN 4x100-meter Relay Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Williams, Frazier, Lipscombe, Munger Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Sinn, Williams, Frazier, Munger Railsback, Smith, Brown, Andersen Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Loedrup, Anderson, Ranells, Lipscombe Railsback, Smith, Brown, Andersen Frazier, Kershaw, Mathieson, Briggs

2003 2000 2003 2001 2005 2003 2003 1996 2005 1991

3:40.68 3:42.59 3:44.13 3:45.32 3:49.74 3:50.17 3:50.27 3:50.43 3:50.53 3:50.71

4x400-meter Relay Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Williams, Frazier, Sinn, Merkley M. Mulick, Frazier, Sinn, Merkley Adkins, Jones, Dudek, Kershaw Joseph, Lipscombe, SInn, Williams Watts, Dragila, G. Carr, Anderson Jovanovska, Downey, Bobert, McKinley Mathieson, Kershaw, Frazier, Briggs

2003 2003 2003 2001 2001 1990 2000 1995 2006 1992

3:44.76 3:47.38 3:48.12 3:48.27 3:48.81 3:49.01 3:50.27 3:50.47 3:51.30 3:51.35

4x400-meter Relay (Indoor) Mathieson, Kershaw, Frazier, Briggs Poulson, Boyd, Munger, Frazier Poulson, Boyd, Munger, Frazier Rozier, McKinley, Bobert, McLimore Jolley, Frazier, Sinn, Merkley 2001 Fenske, Oxford, Dragila, Briggs S. Jones, T. Jones, Manigault, Campbell Andersen, Maini, Downey, McLimore Joseph, Taylor, Oloff, Merkley Poulson, Boyd, Munger, Frazier

Distance Medley Relay (Indoor) 11:54.90 E. Mulick, S. Howard, C. Kohler, Vaughn 11:57.54 E. Mulick, Oloff, Joseph, Vaughn 12:01.04h (members unknown)

1991 2003 2003 2007

1982 2006 1999 1998 2005 1997 1994

40.65 41.24h 41.31 41.43 41.55 41.60 41.70 41.71

MEN 4x100-meter Relay Davis, McKinley, Jernigan, Miller (members unknown) Sheen, Udy, Hurst, McCauley Tullock, Chapman, Huitron, Griffin Lai, Capps, P. Deming, McCauley (members unknown) Wilson, Moody, Davis, Mwebe Matthews, Burgess, Udy, Hurst Beresnev, Dick, Connett, Teodorovic (members unknown)

1985 1977 2000 1994 2001 1979 1980 1999 2006 1998

3:10.64 3:10.68 3:10.85 3:12.11 3:12.53 3:12.65 3:12.96 3:13.58 3:13.90 3:14.06

4x400-meter Relay Osborne, Delaney, Burch, McGavish Renner, B. Knight, Hurst, Capps Burch, Delaney, McGavish, Bannister (members unknown) Teodorovic, Connett, Henrikson, Layman Capps, Van Orden, Burnham, Knight (members unknown-BSC Chmps) Brown, Connett, Henrikson, Teodorovic Thomas, Villano, Corney, Scouten Calvert, Smith, Delaney, McGavish

1982 2000 1983 1985 2006 2001 1987 2006 1996 1981

4x400-meter Relay (Indoor) 3:08.64hy Austin, Bolden, McGee, Boateng 3:10.33 Bennermon, McGavish, Delaney, Burch 3:10.34hy Kimmell, Amarteifio, Austin, Bolden 3:11.14hy Lawson, Comer, P. Williams, McGee 3:11.24hy Austin, Bolden, J. Kimmell, Gore 3:11.91 Osborne, Burch, Delaney, McGavish 3:11.95 Capps, Hurst, Knight, Renner 3:12.34hy Bolden, McGee, Austin, Hollistelle 3:12.59 Garner, von Campe, Corney, Scouten 3:12.69 Garner, Thomas, Corney, Scouten

1975 1984 1977 1974 1976 1982 2000 1975 1997 1996

Distance Medley Relay (Indoor) 9:44.65 Hopster, Cook, Sepulveda, Jaynes 9:47.94h McGavish, McKinley, Hansen, Isom 9:54.48 Reeder, Vanover, M. Knight, Lien 9:56.14hy Brooks, Comer, Couture, Cappell 9:56.45 McGavish, Burch, Sepulveda, Isom 9:56.49 Tyrrell, Teodorovic, Khan, Nelson 9:56.60 Delaney, Kresl, Diaz, Stephensen 9:58.28 Khan, Connett, Henrikson, Tyrell 9:58.44 White, Bennerman, Vickerman, Hansen 9:58.61 G. Russell, Griffin, Hinojos, Hill

1986 1984 1998 1973 1984 2005 1981 2006 1982 1994

1994 1986 2005 1999 2003 1998 1999 1981

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55-meter (Indoor) Peter Amarteifio Carl Lawson Butch Caston Dan Lai Steve Williams Don Wright Mitch Hayden John Mwebe Earl Corney Ed Coleman Sergio Jones

1975 1973 1987 2005 1973 1978 1984 1980 1996 1998 2008

6.92 7.10 7.13 7.14 7.25 7.25 7.52 7.57

60-meter (Indoor) Sergio Jones D.J. Clark Corban Latimore Brandon Graef Zach Stringham Corby Kiler Logan Henderson Brad Silvester

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

6.84h 6.92 6.95 6.99 7.01 7.04 7.11 7.14

60-meters (Outdoor) Peter Amartefio Butch Caston Dan Lai John McCauley Brad Stocking Skylar Stevenson Adam Matthews Riyad Ali Lemont Hudgens Ben Layman

1976 1987 2003 2001 1987 2005 2004 1999 2001 2006

10.15 10.28 10.39 10.41 10.44hy 10.48 10.50 10.54hy 10.54w

100-meter (Outdoor) Peter Amarteifio John Mwebe Pat Cranor Don Wright Carl Lawson Ivan Moody Sergio Jones John Briggs Bill Harvey Dan Lai

1977 1979 1977 1978 1973 1981 2008 1964 1963 2003

20.04hy 20.14hy

200-meter (Outdoor) Carl Lawson 1973 Bill Harvey 1963

20.92 21.08 21.09 21.11 21.17 21.17h 21.34hy

Peter Amarteifio Don Wright Ricky Richardson Sergio Jones John Mwebe Dan Griffin Pat Cranor Barry Miller Buddy Frazier Mark McGavish Ron Delaney Glynn Osborne

1977 1978 1977 2009 1980 1994 1977 1973 1965 1982 1982 1982

21.34h 21.4h 21.43 21.45 21.48 21.64 21.76 21.82 21.86

200-meter (Indoor) Carl Lawson Dan Lai Dan Griffin Dana Scouten Earl Corney Brad Stocking Sergio Jones John McCauley Jeremy Hurst Scott Miller

1973 2003 1994 1997 1996 1988 2009 2001 2000 1988

45.94hy 46.42 46.62 46.67 46.72 46.84hy 47.14hy 47.24hy 47.32 47.34

400-meter (Outdoor) Larry Lewis Jon Austin Dana Scouten Mark McGavish George McKinley Jim Wharton Dick Tullock Jamie Kimmell Dan Griffin Brad Marshall

1969 1978 1997 1981 1984 1970 1976 1977 1994 1979

46.64 47.20 47.24hy 47.44hy 47.64hy 47.74h 47.82 47.84hy 47.93 47.94hy

400-meter (Indoor) Dana Scouten Mark McGavish Jon Austin Bob McGee Carl Lawson Pat Williams Dan Griffin Tony Bolden Jeremy Hurst Peter Amarteifio

1997 1984 1977 1975 1972 1974 1993 1977 2000 1977

1:48.01 1:48.63

800-meter (Outdoor) Bryce Knight 2001 Mark Byrne 1989

1:48.91 1:49.15 1:49.29 1:49.56 1:49.82 1:49.91 1:50.05 1:50.64h

Nate Renner Jeff Jaynes Dan Russell Tom Nate Greg Carlsen Dave Cook Eric Strand James Isom

2000 1985 1991 1992 1991 1987 2009 1982

1:46.62 1:48.12 1:49.10 1:49.23 1:49.57 1:49.87 1:50.13 1:50.14 1:50.32hy 1:50.38

800-meter (Indoor) Bryce Knight Nate Renner Dan Russell Tom Nate Jeff Jaynes James Isom Colin Mathieson Greg Carlsen Ezzard Wilson Mark Byrne

2000 2001 1991 1992 1988 1984 1993 1991 1977 1988

3:39.63 3:42.44 3:45.34y 3:45.50 3:47.01 3:48.25 3:48.29 3:49.41 3:49.90 3:50.85

1,500-meter (Outdoor) Paul Hoffman Jeff Jaynes Tracy Harris Steve Kresl Colin Mathieson Spencer Hill Jerald Jones James Isom Felix Diaz Saheed Khan

2005 1985 1983 1982 1992 1994 1975 1984 1979 2006

4:02.89 4:05.34 4:05.50 4:07.79 4:07.86 4:08.30 4:08.34h 4:08.38 4:08.58 4:08.74 4:08.84

Mile (Indoor) Jeff Jaynes Jerald Jones Paul Hoffman Nolan Lien Colin Mathieson John Ricardi John Brooks Elvis Terry Emry Carr Steve Kresl Spencer Hill

1985 1975 2005 1998 1993 2009 1974 1996 2001 1982 1994

8:12.04h 8:14.60 8:15.26 8:19.34h 8:20.91hy

3,000-meter (Indoor) Greg Burrell Nolan Lien Elvis Terry Phil Stevensen Tom O’Riordan

1984 1998 1998 1982 1961

8:21.10 8:21.70 8:23.4h 8:23.56 8:25.35

Spencer Hill Emry Carr Tracy Harris Rod Hansen John Ricardi

1994 2001 1983 1984 2009

3,000-meter Steeplechase (Outdoor) 8:47.64h Phil Stephenson 1982 8:50.49 Jeff Horsley 1996 8:53.44 Jeremy Redding 1995 8:56.63 Dave Young 1993 8:58.98h Emry Carr 2001 9:00.75 Dan Smith 1995 9:03.71 Kaid McKay 1991 9:03.87 John Ricardi 2009 9:04.33 Doug Vickerman 1984 9:09.06 Rene Sepulveda 1987 13:53.51 13:59.38 14:11.92 14:22.66 14:28.22 14:32.17 14:33.73 14:36.28 14:36.84 14:40.24h

5,000-meter (Outdoor) Greg Burrell Emry Carr Elvis Terry Spencer Hill Chris Belcher Matt Tyrrell Phil Stephenson Joe Perdue Chris Middleton Rod Hansen

5,000-meter (Indoor) 14:23.08 Emry Carr 14:25.10hy Terry Heath 14:27.49 Elvis Terry 14:38.56 Bill Devine 14:41.74h Greg Burrell 14:42.50hy Vince Cappell 14:45.46 Jim Tanner 14:45.92 Casey Crumrine 14:48.28 Chris Middleton 14:50.82 Joe Perdue

1981 2001 1996 1997 1998 2005 1982 2005 1987 1986 2001 1977 1998 1982 1982 1973 1991 2000 1987 2004

10,000-meter (Outdoor) 29:23.40 Emry Carr 2001 29:59.83 Kaid McKay 1991 30:08.24h Greg Burrell 1983 30:12.94 Jim Tanner 1991 30:14.55 Casey Crumrine 2002 30:24.73 Bill Devine 1983 30:45.42 Chris Belcher 1998 30:52.10 Joe Kresl 1985 31:08.33 Terry Heath 1977

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31:08.49

Brent Caudill

1988

7.16 7.18 7.38 7.40 7.44h 7.50 7.54h 7.55 7.63 7.65

55-meter Hurdles (Indoor) Dusty Kuzma 1978 Don Wright 1978 Darin Jernigan 1987 Jason Bennermon 1985 Tony Bolden 1977 Glen Barnes 1983 Bill Ardary 1975 Don McMurrian 1986 McKay Womack 2003 Jake Schorzman 2006

8.10 8.20 8.31 8.37 8.41 8.42 8.43 8.48 8.49

60-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) Darin Jernigan 1987 Brandon Graef 2009 Jake Schorzman 2006 McKay Womack 2003 Dmitry Beresnev 2006 Justin Garner 1997 Stefan von Campe 1998 Alan Dopp 1995 Sean Christian 1997 Nathan Capps 2006

110-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 13.76 Don Wright 1978 13.84h Ben Miller 1966 13.92 Jason Bennermon 1985 14.04h Tony Bolden 1976 14.08 Darin Jernigan 1986 14.24h Ward Kinsman 1973 14.26 Glen Barnes 1983 14.66 Brandon Graef 2009 14.68 Dusty Kuzma 1977 14.69 McKay Womack 2003 400-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 50.30hy Jim Wharton 1970 51.30 Brandt Bannister 1983 51.51 Mike Ewing 1984 51.79 Raul Huitron 1992 51.91h Larry Comer 1974 52.25 Nate Renner 2000 52.43 Darin Jernigan 1987 52.54hy Paul Lundy 1976 52.59 Dusty Kuzma 1978 52.64 Bob McGee 1975 7-2

High Jump (Outdoor) Ronn Raymond 1985


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7-0 3/4 7-0 6-11 1/2 6-11 6-10 3/4 6-10

High Jump (Indoor) Rick Berrett Ben Layman Randy Powell Darin Hovey Ronn Raymond Troy Shippen Jim Horner Steve Boyenger Tom Keyes Peter Kommendant

Pole Vault (Outdoor) 17-11 Paul Litchfield 17-3 Pat Deming 17-2 3/4 Steve Deming McKay Womack Sam Pierson 17-1 Rob Pike Levi Keller 16-10 3/4 Michael Arnold 16-9 Kevin Capps 16-9 Kevin Capps 16-7 1/2 Kevin Bell 16-6 3/4 Eric Bell Shane Andrews Howie Dooley Todd Foster Kevin Akers Pole Vault (Indoor) 18-0 1/2 Paul Litchfield 17-6 1/2 Steve Deming 17-5 McKay Womack 17-2 1/4 Pat Deming 17-2 Todd Foster 17-0 3/4 Sam Pierson 17-0 Shane Andrews Rob Pike 16-8 1/4 Levi Keller 16-8 Kevin Bell

1979 1977 1982 2004 2006 1982 1993 1983 1988 1992 1980 2006 1977 1979 1985 1990 1982 1992 1979 2003 2003 2001 1998 2003 2008 1993 2007 2009 2000 2000 2001 1996 1994 1992 1993 1993 2003 1998 2003 2001 1992 2009 1995 1992 2006 2001

Kevin Akers

1993

25-10 3/4 24-7 24-6 1/2 24-3 1/2 24-3 24-2 1/2 24-2 24-1

Long Jump (Outdoor) Dick Tullock Larry Knackstead Paul Wilson Jim Horner Stefan von Campe Jim Pardee Jason Bennerman Ricky Richardson Bill Malson Steve Williams

1976 1958 1977 1983 1997 1969 1983 1976 1965 1996

24-11 3/4 24-8 1/2 24-1 1/2 23-10 23-9 1/2 23-8 1/4 23-7 1/2 23-5 1/4 23-4 3/4

Long Jump (Indoor) Stefan von Campe Dick Tullock Dan Lai Steve Williams Jason Bennermon Steve Fink Jim Horner Tom Burnham Tom English John McCalister

1998 1975 2002 1996 1984 1982 1982 2001 1992 1992

Triple Jump (Outdoor) 52-5 1/4 Jim Horner 49-9 Ben Allen 49-1 Tom English 49-0 Mike Burrell 48-10 Emmanuel Ebo 48-6 Ron Boone Henry Evans 48-3 3/4 Danny Jackson 48-3 1/2 Ricky Richardson 48-0 Steve Porter Triple Jump (Indoor) 51-2 1/4 Jim Horner 49-10 1/2 Emmanuel Ebo 49-2 1/2 Tom English 48-8 Henry Evans 48-6 Ben Allen 48-2 Ricky Richardson 47-9 1/4 Sylvester Jones 47-7 1/4 Mike Burrell 47-3 Tony Liggins 46-11 1/2 Phil Asay

1983 2003 1992 1988 1974 1968 1985 1983 1976 1976 1982 1975 1992 1987 2004 1976 1993 1990 1980 1979

Shot Put (Outdoor) 61-7 3/4 John Danielson 2007

60-2 58-1 57-11 55-9 3/4 55-9 55-7 1/2 55-3 54-4 54-3 1/4

Zeb Sion Gary Bills Eric Whitsitt Paul Palkovic Shawn McEntire Mike Hortsch Craig Byington Mike Moye Bill Vasas

2006 1969 2005 1977 1999 1985 1978 1988 2000

60-5 3/4 58-9 57-1 1/2 56-6 1/2 56-1 1/4 55-10 3/4 55-9 1/2 55-9 1/4 55-9 53-2 1/2

Shot Put (Indoor) John Danielson Eric Whitsitt Shawn McEntire Jed Sion Byron Price Mike Hortsch Dee Harrison Paul Palkovic Gary Bills Jim Parker

2007 2005 1999 2009 1994 1986 2000 1978 1968 1984

61-6 57-10 56-11 1/2 55-9 55-8 55-7 55-2 55-0 1/4 54-9 1/2 54-7 1/2

177-11 170-7 169-10 1/2 162-10 161-4

Dee Harrison Kurt Schiess Andy Hansen Jake Briles Bill Vasas

1999 2004 1998 2006 2001

Javelin (Outdoor, new implement, 1986 ) 244-5 Gabor Hajdu 2002 208-5 Jason Hillebrand 1998 208-4 Trent Huntsinger 1999 202-9 Brad Milam 2003 200-2 Don Dooley 1992 199-2 3/4 Troy Wassink 2005 197-0 Michael Estes 2003 196-11 3/4 Dennis Foltz 1989 192-3 David Schroeder 2006 189-11 3/4 Don Blossom 1988

Weight Throw (Indoor) Scott Boothby 1997 Tom Hansen 1999 Logan Harding 2006 Andy Wilke 2002 Andy Hansen 1997 Bill Vasas 2000 Dee Harrison 2000 John Danielson 2007 Jake Briles 2006 Eric Whitsitt 2005

174-6 172-4 171-7 169-6 166-11 1/2 166-10 166-8 166-7 166-1 163-3

Discus (Outdoor) Craig Byington Andy Wilke Linval Swaby Rich Fejer Mike Johnston George Kom Todd Austin Jed Sion Zeb Sion Eric Whitsitt

1973 2003 1992 1983 1969 1959 1978 2007 2006 2004

212-5 191-7 184-3 179-0 178-5

Hammer (Outdoor) Scott Boothby John Danielson Jed Sion Tom Hansen Andy Wilke

1997 2007 2009 1999 2003

5,304 5,245 5,197 5,167 5,040 5,004 4,898 4,819 4,591

Adam Matthews Ben Allen Paul Litchfield Nathan Capps Brandon Graef Phillip Bettis Brad Silvester Jake Schorzman Logan Henderson

2004 2004 2004 2008 2008 2005 2009 2006 2009

7,543* 7,335 7,286 7,272 7,257 7,373* 7,199 7,167 7,097 7,072

Decathlon (Outdoor) Steve Fink (7387) Shawn Scholl Paul Litchfield Nathan Capps Mat Bertilsson Ken Young Sean Christian Stefan von Campe Alan Dopp Justin Garner

1982 1987 2003 2009 1987 1983 1998 1998 1995 1996

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Scott Boothby

4,098 3,894 3,826 3,813 3,773 3,697 3,689 3,630 3,588 3,563

Pentathlon (Indoors) Stefan von Campe Troy Shippen Steve Fink Justin Garner Alan Dopp Sean Christian Tom Burnham Shawn Scholl Dennis Foltz Randy Vanover

55 Meters (Indoor) Yolanda Frazier Alena Munger Julie Briggs Brittany Rozier Selena Frazier Lynne Wingle Esmerelda Tagaban Kristin Loedrup Mariah Williams Michelle Railsback

1991 2002 1991 2007 2003 1985 1980 1996 2000 2003

7.71 7.78 7.80 7.84 7.91 7.93

60-meter (Indoor) Brittany Rozier Selena Frazier Alena Munger Audra Smith Christina Brown Shannon Sinn Mariah Williams Stefani Fandl Jessica Williams Deanne Lipscombe

2007 2001 2003 2006 2006 2001 2001 1999 2009 2000

11.72 11.91

100-meter (Outdoor) Brittany Rozier 2007 Jessica Johnson 2008

7.02 7.03 7.05 7.10 7.16 7.21 7.23 7.24 7.28 1998 1991 1984 1996 1995 1997 2001 1987 1991 1997

Heptathlon (Indoor, new 2004) 5,394 Levi Keller 2007

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Alena Munger Julie Briggs Yolanda Frazier Selena Frazier Terri Jones Carla Bennett Mariah Williams Audra Smith

2000 1991 1991 2001 1989 1980 2000 2005

23.74h 24.42 24.48 24.49 24.52 24.56 24.64 24.67 24.73

200-meter (Outdoor) Selena Frazier Terri Jones Deanne Lipscombe Tiffany Anderson Jackie Poulson Alena Munger Julie Briggs Cassie Merkley Shannon Sinn Brittany Rozier

2002 1988 1998 2005 2003 2003 1994 2008 2000 2007

23.93 24.47 24.66 24.70 24.76 24.82 24.84 24.85 24.90 25.02

200 meters (Indoor) Selena Frazier Alena Munger Julie Briggs Sarah Anderson Brittany Rozier Tiffany Andersen Yolanda Fraizer Terri Jonesss Deanne Lipscombe Larnie Boyd

53.56 54.07 54.31 54.65 55.24h 55.58 55.63 55.93 55.99 56.07 53.85 54.42 54.91 55.46 55.24

55.92 55.94 56.09 56.19

Yolanda Fraizer Sarah Anderson Mariah Williams Julie Briggs Jackie Poulson

1992 1997 2000 1992 2003

4:30.72 4:31.76 4:33.60 4:34.54 4:35.37 4:36.24

Emily Mulick Jenny Downey Sarah Skeem Charlene Deventhal Catrina Campbell Christy Oliveira

1999 2007 2006 1981 1986 1993

4:52.70 4:55.00 4:56.56 4:58.99 5:04.54 5:04.70 5:05.74 5:05.77 5:06.54

Mile (Indoor) Becky Sondag Gretchen Carr Jordan Vaughn Emily Mulick Shannon Hull Gemma Maini Lois Ricardi Daniela Fleischmann Christine Kohler

1992 1995 1998 1998 1992 2005 2008 2002 1997

3,000-meter (Indoor) Lois Ricardi Jordan Vaughn Daniela Fleischmann Becky Sondag Shannon Hull Tia Woodfin Christy Oliveira Amy Laffoon Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Jen Shellenbarger

2008 2000 2002 1992 1992 1995 1994 1982 1994 1998

Amber Welty

2003 2003 1994 1997 2007 2006 1992 1988 2000 2003

800-meter (Outdoor) 2:09.53 Sherianne Watts 2:09.74 Melissa McLimore 2:10.66 Jenny Downey 2:10.69 Catrina Campbell 2:12.06 Raelynn Mathieson 2:12.11 Gretchen Carr 2:12.11 Gemma Maini 2:12.15 Charidy Joseph 2:13.24h Charlene Deventhal 2:13.38 Hillary Merkley 2:14.16 Christine Kohler

1996 2007 2007 1985 1992 1995 2008 2000 1981 2000 1998

400-meter (Outdoor) Terri Jones Selena Frazier Larnie Boyd Tiffany Anderson Sherianne Watts Lisa Kershaw Michelle Fenske Mariah Williams Sarah Anderson Trinelle McKinley

1988 2003 2003 2007 1996 1991 1994 2000 1996 2006

2:09.73 2:11.11 2:11.86 2:12.62 2:13.00 2:13.17 2:13.68 2:13.79 2:13.82 2:14.42

800 meters (Indoor) Melissa McLimore Charidy Joseph Jenny Downey Gemma Maini Mattie Mulick Sherianne Watts Becky Sondag Christine Kohler Raelynn Mathieson Gretchen Carr

2007 2000 2006 2005 2002 1996 1992 1998 1991 1994

400 meters (Indoor) Selena Frazier Terri Jones Lisa Kershaw Larnie Boyd Tiffany Anderson

2003 1988 1991 2003 2006

4:24.02 4:26.05 4:26.36 4:28.68 4:30.04

1,500-meter (Outdoor) Becky Sondag Gretchen Carr Gemma Maini Lois Ricardi Lisa Valle

1991 1995 2008 2008 1985

9:43.96 9:54.54 10:01.23 10:02.71 10:07.24 10:11.76 10:11.83 10:12.94h 10:13.14 10:13.97

3,000-meter Steeplechase (Outdoor) 10:18.54 Emily Mulick 2001 10:35.00 Lois Ricardi 2008 10:44.00 Erica Wendt 2009 11:09.76 Norah Parkinson 2002 11:39.62 Lisa Podany 2003 11:55.41 Kris Thomasberg 2009 11:57.14 Aaron Zarusky 2001 12:01.66 Jill Taylor 1997 12:11.45 Brooke Benedetti 2002 12:21.02 Donilyn Rowland 2005 5,000-meter (Outdoor) 17:12.32 Amy Laffoon 17:12.85 Bobbi Jo Carlovsky 17:22.78 Jordan Vaughn 17:27.56 Becky Sondag 17:31.46 Shawna Carr 17:36.21 Tina Osroot 17:38.24h Diane Goebel 17:43.91 Jen Shellenbarger

1982 1990 2000 1991 1999 1981 1984 1998

17:48.81 17:54.63 17:01.99 17:25.14h 17:28.14 17:40.59 17:48.44 17:48.74h 17:50.61 17:54.20 17:54.84h 18:13.88

Elizabeth Jansen Bradi Hutchison 5,000-meter (Indoor) Jordan Vaughn Amy Laffoon Lois Ricardi Tia Woodfin Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Tina Osroot Brandy Oliver Jen Shellenbarger Shannon Hull Malorie Sunderland (Stoker)

10,000-meter (Outdoor) 35:14.18 Jordan Vaughn 35:46.86 Bobbi Jo Carlovsky 35:52.94h Amy Laffoon 36:26.64 Shawna Carr 36:48.22 Brandy Oliver 36:48.88 Jen Shallenbarger 37:05.34h Cathy Whittemore 37:07.15 Shannon Hull 37:10.54h Tia Woodfin 37:58.32 Elizabeth Jansen

1998 2009 2000 1982 2008 1995 1994 1982 2001 1998 1992 2004 2000 1994 1981 1999 1997 1998 1985 1993 1995 1997

55-meter Hurdles (Indoor) 7.94 Cassie Merkley 2008 8.00 Shannon Sinn 2000 8.03 Lynne Wingle 1983 8.07 Sarah Mosler 1998 Stefani Fandl 1998 8.10 Michelle Railsback 2003 8.14h Paula Allen 1980 8.21 Lisa Jolley 2001 8.25 Amber Welty 1989 8.29 Monica Jensen 2005 8.51 8.54h 8.59 8.65 8.78 8.81 8.83 8.94 9.00

60-meter Hurdles (Indoor) Cassie Merkley 2008 Paula Allen 1981 Stefani Fandl 1999 Shannon Sinn 2000w Angie Stubblefield 1981 Ashley Turner 2009 Monica Seward 2006 Audra Smith 2006 Lisa (Taylor) Jolley 2001 Sarah Mosler 1998

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100-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 13.77 Cassie Merkley 2008 13.81 Shannon Sinn 2001 13.99w Lynne Wingle 1984 14.20w Michelle Railsback 2003 14.24 Monica Jensen 2005 14.26 Amber Welty 1988 14.34h Paula Allen 1980 Ashley Turner 2009 14.36 Stacy Dragila 1995 14.38 Jackie Poulson 2003 Audra Smith 2007 14.42 Sarah Mosler 1998 400-meter Hurdles (Outdoor) 59.61 Jackie Poulson 2002 1:00.40 Kristin Loedrup 1998 1:00.55 Hillary Merkley 2001 1:00.81 Sydney Wendt 2009 1:00.89 Esmeralda Tagaban 1981 1:01.26 Cassie Merkley 2008 1:01.56 Stacy Dragila 1995 1:01.61 Amanda Janowitz 2008 1:01.72 Courtney Hahn 2005 1:02.60 Layla Wheeler 1997 High Jump (Outdoor) Amber Welty 1988 Becky Vasas 2000 Tonya Scarborough 1985 Julie Crosgrove 1982 Sydney Wendt 2009 Jenny Hadden 1985 Jackie Poulson 2003 Ann Dirrim 1979 Nicole Dudek 1991 Amanda Vink-Johns. 2009 High Jump (Indoor) 6-2 Amber Welty 1988 5-11 1/2 Jenny Hadden 1986 5-10 3/4 Sydney Wendt 2009 5-10 1/2 Tonya Scarborough 1985 5-10 Becky Vasas 2000 5-9 1/4 Julie Crosgrove 1982 5-8 Michelle Hunter 1992 Sandi Jacobson 1988 Cassie Merkley 2008 Amanda Vink-Johns. 2009 6-3 1/2 5-10 3/4 5-10 5-8 3/4 5-7 3/4 5-7 3/8 5-7 5-6 1/2

Pole Vault (Outdoor)


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2005 2003 2005 2007 2007 2009 1995 2009 2003 1998 2001 2005

13-0 12-10 12-7 1/2 12-6 1/2 12-6 12-5 1/2 12-1 12-0

Pole Vault (Indoor) Kasie Scott Katie Williams Kylee Gleason Solana Kline Michelle Railsback Jana Capps Melissa Griffiths Erin Bell Emmy Korth Sadie Sweet

2008 2006 2008 2005 2003 2004 2003 2005 2005 2000

19-10 1/2 19-8 3/4 19-4 3/4 19-3 19-1 1/2 19-1 1/4 19-0 1/2 18-9 1/4 18-7 1/2 18-6 1/2

Long Jump (Outdoor) Marci Payne Tracy Dulmage Erin Bell Tanya Smith Paula Allen Sarah Mosler Jackie Poulson Sydney Wendt Hiliary Huntsinger Shannon Sinn Stacy Dragila Chris Mueller

Long Jump (Indoor) 19-7 Tanya Smith 19-6 Marci Payne 19-3 1/4 Sydney Wendt 19-0 3/4 Shannon Sinn 18-11 1/4 Paula Allen 18-10 1/2 Sarah Mosler 18-10 Jackie Poulson 18-9 3/4 Lynne Wingle 18-9 1/2 Esmeralda Tagaban 18-9 1/4 Tracy Dulmage

1988 1991 2008 1990 1980 1998 2003 2009 2001 2000 1995 1995 1991 1988 2009 2000 1981 1998 2003 1984 1983 1991

41-7 1/2 41-3 1/4 40-6 1/4 40-5 39-11 1/4 39-7 1/4 39-6 39-5 1/4 38-6 38-2 3/4

Triple Jump (Outdoor) Marci Payne Hiliary Huntsinger Tanya Smith Sasha Buylova Belinda Taylor Tracy Dulmage Monica Jensen Sydney Wendt Kim Scott Jill Norby

1988 2001 1989 2009 1995 1991 2005 2009 2003 1994

Triple Jump (Indoor) 40-2 Tanya Smith 40-0 1/2 Hiliary Hoagland 39-8 Monica Jensen 39-7 3/4 Sydney Wendt 39-6 Marci Payne 39-4 1/4 Kim Scott 39-0 Belinda Taylor 38-7 Tracy Dulmage 37-10 1/2 Jill Norby 37-8 1/2 Anna Stefonick

1991 1999 2005 2009 1988 2002 1995 1991 1995 1996

Shot Put (Outdoor) 49-0 3/4 Jessica Hillam 48-2 1/4 Sue Doucette 47-10 1/2 Hillary Merkley 46-7 Dee Cavin 46-6 1/2 Maureen Griffin 45-9 1/2 Rica Brown 45-8 Lisa Hoffman Jana Tucker 44-11 Cheryln Barber 44-5 3/4 Heather Kochman

2007 1982 2001 1978 2002 1988 1984 1993 1996 1996

48-0 1/4 47-7 1/2 46-1 1/4 46-1 46-0 3/4 45-7 45-1 44-9 3/4 43-8 68-0 1/4 57-4 1/2

Shot Put (Indoor) Hillary Merkley Maureen Griffin Sue Doucette Micky Hill Jana Tucker Jessica Hillam Gina Cotton Lisa Hoffman Heather Kochman Margaret Fox-Hall

2001 2002 1982 1986 1993 2007 1998 1984 1996 1983

Weight Throw (Indoor) Maureen Griffin 2001 Michelle Simmons 1999

56-6 54-5 1/2 53-5 53-3 1/2 52-9 3/4 49-0 48-0 1/2 47-8.50

Sandy Sparrow Jessica Hillam Tara Swallow Carrie Talbot Cheryln Barber Tanya Eich Jana Tucker Sharon Contreras

1994 2007 1999 2008 1997 2001 1993 2006

163-2 156-10 154-6 152-7 151-10 151-2 150-6 1/4 149-10 147-10

Discus (Outdoor) Pat Herrington Lisa Hoffman Maureen Griffin Sandy Bean Carmen Cole Tara Swallow Margaret Fox-Hall Stefani Schlueter Tanya Eich Micky Hill

1981 1984 2003 1983 1992 1998 1983 1994 2001 1988

209-7 190-7 182-1 173-3 166-11 165-9 163-3 162-2 158-3 153-2

Hammer (Outdoor) Maureen Griffin Michelle Simmons Sandy Sparrow Tara Swallow Cheryln Barber Jessica Hillam Carrie Talbot Tanya Eich Jana Tucker Rachel Merkley

2002 1999 1996 1999 1997 2007 2008 2001 1993 1997

158-7 155-9 154-1 1/2 153-6 153-2 149-10 1/2 144-6 142-0 140-7 140-0

Javelin (Outdoor) Sandy Bean Cassie Merkley Pat Herrington Patty Steinbruecker Amy Dobson Angie Stubblefield Cheryln Barber Cori Erlenbush Jackie Poulson Sue Doucette

1983 2008 1980 1989 1995 1981 1996 1991 2002 1980

3,892 3,835 3,750 3,742 3,727

Pentathlon (Indoor) Cassie Merkley Sydney Wendt Hillary Merkley Jackie Poulson Nicole Dudek

2008 2009 2001 2003 1991

3,675 3,626 3,600 3,578 3,572

Tonya Scarborough Lynne Wingle Audra Smith Sarah Mosler Shannon Sinn

1985 1984 2007 1998 2000

5,573 5,563 5,538 5,320 5,273 5,240 5,124 5,115 5,044 4,990

Heptathlon (Outdoor) Jackie Poulson Cassie Merkley Jackie Poulson Hillary Merkley Sarah Mosler Stacy Dragila Sydney Wendt Shannon Sinn Amber Welty Nicole Dudek

2003 2008 2003 2001 1998 1995 2009 2000 1990 1991

Current athletes posted in Bold h = converted from hand time ( ) Scores converted to new tables

45.66 46.14 46.24 46.25 46.28 46.42 46.62 47.02 47.03 47.13

WOMEN 4x100-meter Relay Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Williams, Frazier, Lipscombe, Munger Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Sinn, Williams, Frazier, Munger Railsback, Smith, Brown, Andersen Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Railsback, Boyd, Frazier, Munger Loedrup, Anderson, Ranells, Lipscombe Railsback, Smith, Brown, Andersen Frazier, Kershaw, Mathieson, Briggs

2003 2000 2003 2001 2005 2003 2003 1996 2005 1991

3:40.68 3:42.59 3:44.13 3:45.32 3:49.74 3:50.17 3:50.27 3:50.43 3:50.53 3:50.71

4x400-meter Relay Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Williams, Frazier, Sinn, Merkley M. Mulick, Frazier, Sinn, Merkley Adkins, Jones, Dudek, Kershaw Joseph, Lipscombe, SInn, Williams Watts, Dragila, G. Carr, Anderson Jovanovska, Downey, Bobert, McKinley Mathieson, Kershaw, Frazier, Briggs

2003 2003 2003 2001 2001 1990 2000 1995 2006 1992

3:44.76 3:47.38 3:48.12 3:48.27 3:48.81 3:49.01 3:50.27 3:50.47 3:51.30 3:51.35

4x400-meter Relay (Indoor) Mathieson, Kershaw, Frazier, Briggs Poulson, Boyd, Munger, Frazier Poulson, Boyd, Munger, Frazier Rozier, McKinley, Bobert, McLimore Jolley, Frazier, Sinn, Merkley Fenske, Oxford, Dragila, Briggs S. Jones, T. Jones, Manigault, Campbell Andersen, Maini, McLimore, Downey Joseph, Taylor, Oloff, Merkley Poulson, Boyd, Munger, Frazier

1991 2003 2003 2007 2001 1994 1986 2005 1999 2003

Distance Medley Relay (Indoor) 11:54.90 E. Mulick, S. Howard, C. Kohler, Vaughn 11:57.54 E. Mulick, Oloff, Joseph, Vaughn 12:01.04h (members unknown) 12:01.14h Corrigan, Jackson, Osroot, Delventahl 12:02.02 Downey, Bobert, Jovanovska, Skeem 12:02.61 E. Mulick, Merkley, M. Mulick, Vaughn 12:04.53 E. Mulick, Chase, Kohler, Vaughn 12:07.70 Janowitz, Downey, McLimore, Maini 12:08.87 E. Mulick, Mosler, Kohler, Vaughn 12:09.24 Szubert, Briggs, Carr, Oliviera

1998 1999 1981 1982 2006 1999 1998 2005 1997 1994

40.65 41.24h 41.31 41.43 41.55 41.60 41.70 41.71

MEN 4x100-meter Relay Davis, McKinley, Jernigan, Miller (members unknown) Sheen, Udy, Hurst, McCauley Tullock, Chapman, Huitron, Griffin Lai, Capps, P. Deming, McCauley (members unknown) Wilson, Moody, Davis, Mwebe Matthews, Burgess, Udy, Hurst Beresnev, Dick, Connett, Teodorovic (members unknown)

1985 1977 2000 1994 2001 1979 1980 1999 2006 1998

3:10.64 3:10.68 3:10.85 3:12.11 3:12.53 3:12.65 3:12.96 3:13.58 3:13.90 3:14.06

4x400-meter Relay Osborne, Delaney, Burch, McGavish 1982 Renner, B. Knight, Hurst, Capps 2000 Burch, Delaney, McGavish, Bannister 1983 (members unknown) 1985 Teodorovic, Connett, Henrikson, Layman 2006 Capps, Van Orden, Burnham, Knight 2001 (members unknown-BSC Chmps) 1987 Brown, Connett, Henrikson, Teodorovic 2006 Thomas, Villano, Corney, Scouten 1996 Calvert, Smith, Delaney, McGavish 1981

4x400-meter Relay (Indoor) 3:08.64hy Austin, Bolden, McGee, Boateng 3:10.33 Bennermon, McGavish, Delaney, Burch 3:10.34hy Kimmell, Amarteifio, Austin, Bolden 3:11.14hy Lawson, Comer, P. Williams, McGee 3:11.24hy Austin, Bolden, J. Kimmell, Gore 3:11.91 Osborne, Burch, Delaney, McGavish 3:11.95 Capps, Hurst, Knight, Renner 3:12.34hy Bolden, McGee, Austin, Hollistelle 3:12.59 Garner, von Campe, Corney, Scouten 3:12.69 Garner, Thomas, Corney, Scouten

1975 1984 1977 1974 1976 1982 2000 1975 1997 1996

Distance Medley Relay (Indoor) 9:44.65 Hopster, Cook, Sepulveda, Jaynes 9:47.94h McGavish, McKinley, Hansen, Isom 9:54.48 Reeder, Vanover, M. Knight, Lien 9:56.14hy Brooks, Comer, Couture, Cappell 9:56.45 McGavish, Burch, Sepulveda, Isom 9:56.49 (members unknown) 9:56.60 Delaney, Kresl, Diaz, Stephensen 9:58.28 Khan, Connett, Henrikson, Tyrell 9:58.44 White, Bennerman, Vickerman, Hansen

1986 1984 1998 1973 1984 2005 1981 2006 1982

9:58.61 G. Russell, Griffin, Hinojos, Hill

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Event 100 meters 100 yards 200 meters 220 yards 400 meters 440 yards 800 meters 880 yards 1500 meters Mile 2 Mile 5000 meters 3 miles 3000-Meter SC 10,000 meters 110m HH 120y HH 400m IH 440 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Dist. Med. Relay High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Javelin Hammer Decathlon WOMEN Event 100 meters 200 meters 400 meters 800 meters 1,500 meters 3,000 Meters 3,000m SC 5,000 Meters 10,000 Meters 100m Hurdles 400m IH 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Distance Med. High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault

Name John Mwebi (ISU) Peter Amartteifio (ISU) Jody Johnson (CSUS) Bill Harvey (ISU) Jon Austin (ISU) Mark Enyeart (Utah State) Greg McKinley (Weber State) John Glaser (ISU) Joel Atwater (Weber State) Doug Brown (Montana) Ray Burrus (BYU) Greg Burrell (ISU) Orv Hess (ISU) Brad Barton (Weber State) Norberto Segura (Weber State) Wes Davis (Weber State) Blaine Lindgren (Unattached) Troy Johnson (Utah) Idaho State (P. Cranor, J. Austin, D. Tullock, D. Wright) Cal State Northridge Weber State Utah State Charles Clinger (Weber State) Charles Clinger (Weber State) Clinte Motley (Cal State Northridge) Lance White (Rocky Mt. Elite) L. Jay Silvester (Utah State) James Parker (Utah State) Ryan Cole (Eastern Washington) James Parker (Unatt.) Adam Bork (Montana)

Time/Distance 10.33 9.4 21.32 20.8 46.42 46.42 1:49.26 1:50.0 3:47.44 4:12.0 9:32.2 14:25.24# 14:13.9 9:01.14# 30:53.52 14.12 13.6 51.34# 40.85

Year 1979 1976 1979 1963 1978 1977 2000 1976 2001 1965 1965 1983 1976 1991 1978 2000 1978 1996 1978

40.45 3:11.73 10:23.24# 7-8.5 (2.35m) 24-6.5 (7.48m) 52-4.5 (15.96m) 18-0 (5.49m) 59-5.5 (18.12m) 193-10 (59.08m) 231-7 (70.60m) 232-8 7,589

2001 2001 1993 2001 2001 2001 2000 2007 2000 2001 2003 2002

Name Cheryl Osborne (Utah State) Cheryl Osborne (Utah State) Amy Tidwell (Utah) Jennifer Burkhalter (Sacramento State) Rebecca Bennion (Weber State) Lauri Adams (Montana State) Rebecca Bennion (Weber State) Amy Lafoon (Colorado State) Heather Anderson (Montana) Frances Santin (Cal State Northridge) Frances Santin (Cal State Northridge) Sacramento State Cal State Northridge Weber State Amber Welty (PTC) Themis Zambryzcki (BYU) Dee Scott (Cal State Northridge) Stacy Dragila (Nike)

Time/Distance 11.60 24.09 53.54# 2:10.70 4:26.31 9:53.65 10:29.15 17:17.57 36:29.65 13.68 57.66 45.99 3:42.04 12:20.04# 6-1.25 (1.86m) 20-0.5 (6.11m) 41-9.75 (12.74m) 15-5 (4.70m) WR

Year 1980 1980 1999 2001 2001 1980 2001 1979 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 1993 1992 1978 2001 2001

Shot Put Discus Javelin Hammer Heptathlon

Crystal Young (USC) Francine Kaylor (Colorado State) Kim Hyatt (Unattached) Maureen Griffin (ISU) Jacki Poulson (PTC)

51-2.5 (15.60m) 159-10.5 (48.73m) 170-5 (51.94m) 204-9 5,804

1991 1978 1993 2003 2006

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HOLT ARENA RECORDS MEN Event Name 55 meters Peter Amarteifio (Idaho State) 55m hurdles Dusty Kuzma (Idaho State) 60 meters Terrence Trammell (Mizuno, Golden Spike) 60m hurdles Chris Phillips (Golden Spike) Don Wright (Idaho State) 100 yards Carl Lawson (Idaho State) Cliff Branch (Colorado) 200 meters Carl Lawson (Idaho State) 300 meters Greg Harrison (Boise State) 400 meters Milton Campbell (Golden Spike) 500 meters Dave Cook (Idaho State) 800 meters Sam Kipkurgat (New Mexico) 1000 meters Jason Pyrah (Golden Spike) 1500 meters Jeff Jaynes (Idaho State) Mile Sulieman Nyambi (UTEP) 3000 meters Sulieman Nyambi (UTEP) 5000 meters Mike Musyoki (UTEP) 4x200 relay Idaho State 4x400 relay Pacific Coast Club 4x800 relay M. Byrne, D. Cook, R. Sepulveda, J. Jaynes Distance Medley University of Texas-El Paso Triple Jump Wendell Lawrence (Unattached) Long Jump Henry Hines (USC) High Jump Charles Clinger (Weber State) Pole Vault Giovanni Lenaro (Mexico) Shot Put Al Feuerbach (Pacific Coast Club) 35 lb. Weight James Parker (Utah State) Pentathlon Stefan vonCampe (Idaho State) 55mH Paul Putnam (Weber State) 60mH Brian Dopp (Utah State) Shot put Mike Bailey (Unattached) High jump Joe Hicks (Boise State) Long jump Stefan von Campe (Idaho State) 1000 meters Tom Burnham (Idaho State) Heptathlon Levi Keller (Idaho State) *-converted from yard race **-denotes school record # -converted from 60-yard hurdles by multiplying 7.13 by 1.07 WOMEN Event 55 meters 60 meters 55m hurdles 60m hurdles 200 meters

Name Philomenah Mensah (Unatt.) Carlette Guidry (Golden Spike) Tiffany Lott (Brigham Young) Sharon Jewell (Golden Spike) LaDonna Antoine (Utah State)

Time/Distance 5.9 (ht)* 7.16 6.45 7.70 7.63# 9.3 (ht) WR 9.3 (ht) WR 21.0 (ht)* 33.3 45.83 1:01.15 1:47.8* 2:19.30 3:47.35 4:02.26 7:58.82* 13:50.08* 1:26.4* 3:08.3* WR 7:22.2 (ht) 9:36.4* 54’ 5 1/2” 26’ 7” 7’ 6 1/4” 18’ 5.25” 69’ 4 3/4” WR 68’ 5 1/4” 4,098 pts. 7.60 7.98 55’2 3/4” 7’½” 24’7” 2:36.18 5,394** pts.

Year 1976 1978 2001 2000 1978 1971 1971 1974 1983 2000 1987 1977 2000 1987 1979 1979 1979 1971 1971 1987 1977 1992 1972 2001 2007 1974 1999 1998 1981 1997 1983 1983 1998 2001 2007

Time/Distance 6.86 7.13 7.41 8.00 23.90

Year 2003 2000 1998 2000 1997

300 meters Merlene Ottey (Nebraska) 400 meters Michelle Taylor (USC) 500 yards Jearl Miles-Clark (Golden Spike) 500 meters Stephanie Clements (Weber State) 600 meters Delisa Walton (Tennessee) 800 meters Regina Jacobs (Golden Spike) 1000 meters Miesha Marzell (SMTC, Golden Spike) 1500 meters Jill Haworth (Virginia) Mile Wendy Knudson (Colorado) 2000 meters Deb Mitchell (UTEP) 3000 meters Jill Molen (Utah) 5000 meters Aileen O’Connor (Virginia) 4x200 relay Florida State 4x400 relay Adelphi University 4x800 relay Wisconsin Distance Medley Iowa State Triple jump Kristel Berendsen (Brigham Young) Long jump Pat Johnson (Wisconsin) Marilyn King (Millbrae Lions) High jump Lisa Bernhagen (Wood River HS) Colleen Reinstra (Arizona State) Pole vault Stacy Dragila (Nike) Shot put Amy Christiansen (Brigham Young) 20 lb. weight Maureen Griffin (Idaho State) Pentathlon Jane Frederick (LATC) 55 meters Jane Frederick (LATC) 60 meters Tiffany Hogan (Unatt.) Shot put Diane Jones (Canada) High jump Amber Welty (Idaho State) Long jump Eva Karblom (Brigham Young) 800 meters Marlene Harmon (LA Naturite) *-converted from yards WR-world record when set

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35.83 WR 53.00 1:00.61 WR 1:12.07 1:26.56 2:01.84 2:41.06 4:25.20 4:47.70 6:23.0 9:27.27 16:33.60 1:36.83 3:37.28 8:44.26 11:24.04 43’ 1/2” 21’ 0” 21’ 0” 6’ 3 1/4” 6’ 3 1/4” 15-6” 55’ 4 3/4” 68’0 1/4” 4,573 pts. (old) 7.7 8.18 50’ 0” 6’ 1” 19’ 7” 2:16.48

1981 1989 2000 1986 1981 2000 2001 1981 1976 1980 1983 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1998 1981 1976 1984 1981 2003 1998 2001 1976 1976 2003 1981 1990 1986 1981


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Women’s Outdoor Championships Coach Site Dave Nielson Pocatello, ID

Points 140.5

Women’s Big Sky Coach of the Year 2007 - Dave Nielson (Women’s Outdoor) Year 1982 1997 1998 2005 2006

Men’s Indoor Championships Coach Site Points Jerry Quiller Pocatello, ID 122 Dave Nielsen Flagstaff, AZ 131 Dave Nielsen Bozeman, MT 114 Dave Nielsen Pocatello, ID 141 Dave Nielsen Pocatello, ID 126.5

Year 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1973 1974 1976 1977 1978

Men’s Outdoor Championships Coach Site Dubby Holt Missoula, MT Dubby Holt Pocatello, ID Dubby Holt Moscow, ID Dubby Holt Ogden, UT Bob Beeten Ogden, UT Bob Beeten Missoula, MT Bob Beeten Ogden, UT Bob Beeten Moscow, ID Bob Beeten Ogden, UT Bob Beeten Flagstaff, AZ Bob Beeten Bozeman, MT Jim Klein Pocatello, ID

Points 164.5 131 151 160.5 96 89 93 141 168 139 158 121

1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1973 1974 1976 1977 1978 1982 1997 1998 2005 2006

Men’s Big Sky Coach of the Year Dubby Holt Men’s Outdoor Dubby Holt Men’s Outdoor Dubby Holt Men’s Outdoor Dubby Holt Men’s Outdoor Bob Beeten Men’s Outdoor Bob Beeten Men’s Outdoor Bob Beeten Men’s Outdoor Bob Beeten Men’s Outdoor Bob Beeten Men’s Outdoor Bob Beeten Men’s Outdoor Jim Klein Men’s Outdoor Jerry Quiller Men’s Indoor Dave Nielsen Men’s Indoor Dave Nielsen Men’s Indoor Dave Nielsen Men’s Indoor Dave Nielsen Men’s Indoor

2007 Women’s Big Sky Outdoor Team Champions For the first time in Idaho State history the ISU women took first place in a Big Sky track and field championship which was held in Pocatello at Davis Field. Idaho State finished above Weber State by a score of 140.5 to 133. Northern Arizona took third place with 122 points. “It is a dream come true” said Idaho State head coach Dave Nielson. Idaho State had 25 athletes compete in the Big Sky Championships that competed in multiple events. Commenting on Idaho State’s first title for the women in track and field Nielson said “it is long over due and it is a real treat.” Throughout the entire meet Idaho State and Weber State battled back and forth in the point standings. Keeping Weber State in the battle was Lindsay Anderson winning three gold medals for the Wildcats. Anderson finished in first place in the 3000 meter steeple chase, the 10,000 meter run, and the 1500 meter run. Anderson also received the Big Sky Track Athlete of the Meet award for her performance. Taking home Idaho State’s only first place finish in the individual track events on Saturday was Melissa McLimore in the 800 meter run. McLimore ran a time of 2:10.05 to help the Bengals to their championship trophy. Idaho State added points to their championship run with a first place finish in the 4X100 meter relay. Idaho State finished with a time of 46.11. In the 4X400 meter relay Northern Arizona finished strong to take the gold with a time of 3:45.37.

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2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1994 1993 1991 1989 1988

men’s indoor Conference Champions

Sam Pierson Khan, Strand, Barrett, Ricardi Brad Silvester Levi Keller John Danielson Ben Layman Levi Keller Shuler, Connett, Khan, Tyrell Dan Lai Dan Lai Matt Brown Taylor, Brown, Connett, Lai Tyrell, Teodorovic, Khan, Nelson Ben Allen Paul Litchfield Erik Whitsitt McKay Womack Paul Hoffman Gabor Hajdu Paul Litchfield Nate Renner Emry Carr Pat Deming Bryce Knight Kevin Capps Nate Renner Capps, Matter, B. Knight, Renner M. Knight, Burnham, Reeder, Lunn Dana Scouten Elvis Terry Elvis Terry M. Knight, Vanover. Reeder, Lien Stefan von Campe Ed Coleman Dana Scouten Dana Scouten Garner, von Campe, Corney, Scouten Dan Griffin Dan Griffin Roger Thomas Spencer Hill Morris, Redding, G.Russell, Thomas Dan Russell Nate, G.Russell, Carlsen, D. Russell Mark Byrne Reynoldson, Shrum, G.Carlson, D.Russell Mark Byrne Jeff Jaynes D. Russell, Shrum, Byrne, Jaynes

Pole Vault Distance Medley Relay Heptathlon Heptathlon Shot Put High Jump Pole Vault Distance Medley Relay 55m 200m 400m 4x400m Relay Distance Medley Relay Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Pole Vault Mile Javelin Pole Vault 800m 5000m Pole Vault 800m Pole Vault 800m 4x400m Relay Distance Medley Relay 400m 3000m 5000m Distance Medley Relay Long Jump 55m 200m 400m 4x400m Relay 200m 400m 800m Mile 4x400m Relay 4x800m Relay 800m 4x800m Relay 800m 4x800m Relay 800m Mile 4x800m Relay

16-10.75 10:07.01 5,073 5,219 56-4.75 6-11.75 16-08.25 10:31.55 6.31 21.63 48.56 3:15.51 10:06.37 48-3 1/2 17-1 57-7 3/4 16-10 4:12.85 224-10 17-0 3/4 1:48.56 14:35.58 17-0 1:49.90 16-6 3/4 1:51.14 3:15.81 10:03.65 47.35 8:20.28 14:27.29 9:54.48 24-11 3/4 6.39 21.45 47.26 3:12.59 21.43 47.97 1:52.77 4:10.34 3:15.92 7:39.25 1:49.84 7:33.06 1:51.06 7:40.39 1:50.38 4:05.37 7:26.31

1987 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Jeff Jaynes Dave Cook Darin Jernigan Byrne, Sepulveda, D. Russell, Cook Bill Culbreath Greg Burch Jim Horner Mark McGavish Mark McGavish Roger Romero Phil Stephenson Felix Diaz Ezzard Wilson Rick Berrett Dennis Smith Ezzard Wilson Felix Diaz Dick Tullock

2009 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998 1997 1996

Michael Arnold Nathan Capps John Danielson Nathan Capps Levi Keller Nathan Capps Paul Hoffman Paul Hoffman Ben Allen Ben Allen Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Paul Litchfield Bryce Knight Emry Carr Pat Deming Bryce Knight Pat Deming Bryce Knight Stefan von Campe Steve Deming Steve Deming Stefan von Campe Eric Bell

1500m 500m 55m Hurdles 4x800m Relay Pole Vault 500m 4x800m Relay Long Jump 400m 500m 800m 3000m 4x400m Relay 4x800m Relay Distance Medley 800m 1000y Mile Relay High Jump 600y 880y 1000y Mile Relay 4x400m Relay Long Jump

men’s outdoor Conference Champions

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Pole Vault Heptathlon Shot Put Decathlon Pole Vault Decathlon 800m 1500m Triple Jump Pole Vault Decathlon Pole Vault Pole Vault 800m 5000m Pole Vault 800m Pole Vault 800m Long Jump Pole Vault Pole Vault Decathlon Pole Vault

3:46.35 1:01.15 7.38 7:31.75 16-4 1:03.61 7:30.75 23-7 1/4 48.13 1:03.34 1:51.68 8:22.07 3:13.91 7:41.53 9:58.44 1:53.95 2:11.63 3:16.79 7-0 1:12.10 1:54.22 2:11.01 3:18.57 3:14.08 23-11 3/4 16-10.75 7,272 59-5 1/2 7033 15-01 7046 1:52.04 3:55.62 48-6 16-4 3/4 7,286 16-8 3/4 17-8 1/2 1:49.03 15:03.66 17-3 1:48.37 16-2 3/4 1:53.10 24-3 17-0 3/4 15-10 7150 16-6 3/4


2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide Dan Griffin Spencer Hill Tom Nate Tom Nate Dan Russell Troy Shippen Mark Byrne Mark Byrne Dave Cook Bill Culbreath Shawn Scholl Jeff Jaynes Jeff Jaynes Jim Horner Greg Burrell Jim Horner Jim Horner Steve Fink Mark McGavish John Mwebi Jim Horner John Mwebi Jon Austin Ezzard Wilson Don Wright Dick Tullock Peter Amarteifio Peter Amarteifio Jon Austin Ezzard Wilson Tony Bolden Paul Wilson Randy Powell Peter Amarteifio Peter Amarteifio Jon Austin Tony Bolden Paul Lundy Dick Tullock Peter Amarteifio Jerald Jones Tony Bolden Paul Lundy Carl Lawson

400m 5000m 4x400m Relay 800m 800m 800m Decathlon 800m 800m 800m Pole Vault Decathlon 800m 1500m Long Jump 5000m 4x400m Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Decathlon 400m 4x400m Relay 200m Long Jump 100m 400m 800m 110m Hurdles 440y Relay Long Jump 100y 220y 440y 880y 110m Hurdles 440y Relay Long Jump High Jump 100y 220y 440y 120y Hurdles 440y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Long Jump 100y Mile 120y Hurdles 440y Hurdles 100y

48.23 14:38.16 3:14.30 1:50.66 1:49.56 2:00.46 7109 1:48.71 1:48.63 1:50.20 15-9 1/2 7335 1:49.90 3:49.50 24-4 14:23.16 3:10.64 24-0 1/4 50-7 1/2 7543 46.67 3:14.06 21.48 23-4 10.67 46.42 1:52.63 14.15 40.85 23-11 3/4 9.69 21.00 47.33 1:51.30 14.21 40.82 24-5 3/4 6-10 9.56 21.64 47.34 14.04 53.01 40.94 3:10.56 25-10 3/4 9.70 4:06.24 14.54 53.24 9.89

1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968

Carl Lawson Barry Miller Bud Couture Jerald Jones Ward Kinsman Paul Lundy Craig Byington Carl Lawson Carl Lawson Ward Kinsman Larry Comer Craig Byington Carl Lawson Carl Lawson Larry Comer Larry Comer Craig Byington Carl Lawson Carl Lawson Jim Thomas Jim Wharton Greg Smithey Jim Wharton Ron Watters Mike Isola Jim Wharton Bill Isley Jack Anderson Ed Bell Larry Lewis Mike Isola Kurt Lawson Tony Rodriguez Jim Wharton Gary Bills Larry Lewis Jerry Love Mike Isola Tony Rodriguez Wayne Clavary

220y 440y 880y Mile 120y Hurdles 440y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Discus 100y 220y 120y Hurdles 440y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Shot Put 100y 220y 120y Hurdles 440y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Shot Put 100y 220y 440y 440y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Pole Vault 440y 880y Mile 440y Hurdles 4x400m Relay Pole Vault Javelin 220y 440y Mile 3 Mile 3000 Steeple 440y Hurdles 4x400m Relay Shot Put 440y 880y Mile 3000 Steeple 120y Hurdles 440y Relay

Bengal Track and Field

20.99 47.65 1:52.52 4:12.44 14.29 52.21 40.88 3:16.87 174-6 9.23w 20.04 14.01 53.83 41.19 3:19.27 52-7 9.64 21.14 14.74 52.44 42.04 3:17.94 52-7 3/4 9.54 20.84 48.84 53.24 41.64 3:15.84 16-0 48.74 1:53.24 4:13.54 53.64 3:14.64 15-0 231-10 21.42 48.04 4:16.04 14:25.84 9:24.84 52.34 3:13.94 57-3 3/4 48.64 1:53.74 4:17.74 10:04.24 14.34 40.84

BIG SKY CHAMPIONS

1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 1988 1987 1985 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

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1967 1966 1965 1964

Gary Bills Larry Lewis Wayne Clavary Ed Mendenhall Gary Bills John Briggs Tim Dunne Ben Miller Ben Miller John Briggs Buddy Frazier Buddy Frazier John Briggs Ben Miller Ben Miller John Briggs John Briggs Art Scott Ben Miller Bill Malstrom Bill Malstrom Evan Hayes

2009 2008 2007 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Sydney Wendt Sydney Wendt Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Cassie Merkley Melissa McLimore Brittany Rozier Tiffany Andersen Gemma Maini Jana Capps Maureen Griffin Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Frazier, Poulson, Boyd, Munger Selena Frazier Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin

4x400m Relay Shot Put 440y 120y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Pole Vault Shot Put 100y 440y 120y Hurdles 330y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Long Jump 100y 220y 440y 120y Hurdles 330y Hurdles 440y Relay 4x400m Relay 100y 220y 880y 120y 440y Relay 4x400m Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put

Women’s indoor Conference Champions High Jump Pentathlon 60m Hurdles High Jump Pentathlon 800m 200m 400m 800m Pole Vault Weight Throw 400m 200m 4x400m Relay 200m Shot Put Wt. Throw Wt. Throw

3:15.54 56-2 48.24 14.53 41.04 3:12.04 13-9 53-10 1/2 9.64 48.84 14.14 38.84 42.44 3:20.34 23-5 1/4 10.04 21.54 49.34 14.24 N/A 42.14 3:21.24 9.84 21.64 1:59.24 14.64 42.04 3:17.94 23-7 45-5 1/2 50-0 1/2 5-8.00 3,835 8.55 5-8 3,892 2:10.42 24.76 55.56 2:13.51 12-4 3/4 61-7 3/4 55.06 24.05 3:47.38 24.03 47-7 1/2 62-0 1/2 68-0 1/4

2000 1999 1998 1997 1992 1991 1989 1988 1984

Jordan Vaughn Hillary Merkley Aimee Crabtree Aimee Crabtree Yolanda Frazier Becky Sondag Yolanda Frazier Terri Jones Tanya Smith Amber Welty Terri Jones Marci Payne Marci Payne Amber Welty Tonya Scarborough Lynne Wingle

2009 2008 2007 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1997 1996 1994 1991 1990 1989

Sydney Wendt Sydney Wendt Cassie Merkley Erin Bell Kasie Scott Melissa McLimore Anderson, Johnson, Rozier, Smith Tiffany Andersen Jana Capps Jackie Poulson Selena Frazier Selena Frazier Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Railsback, Frazier, Poulson, Munger Poulson, Munger, Boyd, Frazier Selena Frazier Jackie Poulson Maureen Griffin Jackie Poulson Hillary Merkley Maureen Griffin Jordan Vaughn Shannon Sinn Michelle Simmons Aimee Crabtree Sandy Sparrow Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Julie Briggs Nicole Dudek Amber Welty Amber Welty Tanya Smith

3000m Shot Put Pole Vault Pole Vault 55m 1500m 55m 400m Triple Jump High Jump 400m Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump High Jump 55m Hurdles

Women’s outdoor Conference Champions

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High Jump Heptathlon Heptathlon Long Jump Pole Vault 800m 4X100m Relay 400m Pole Vault Heptathlon 200m 400m Shot Put Hammer Throw 4x100m Relay 4x400m Relay 200m 400 hurdles Hammer Heptathlon Heptathlon Hammer 10,000m Heptathlon Hammer Pole Vault Hammer 10,000m 100m 400 Hurdles High Jump Heptathlon Triple Jump

10:13.34 46-5 1/2 11-5 1/4 11-9 3/4 7.11 4:52.76 7.02 55.51 40-1 1/2 5-11 1/4 54.42 19-6 38-11 3/4 6-1 5-7 1/2 8.27 5-8.75 5,124 5,402 19-4 3/4 12-7 1/2 2:10.05 46.11 55.69 12-3 1/2 5,365 24.19 54.58 46-4 3/4 208-6 45.66 3:42.59 23.98 59.61 193-9 5158 5320 pts. 201-8 36:09.46 5,115 pts. 190-7 10-11 3/4 179-8 36:05.03 11.83 1:03.66 5-11 1/2 4,986 38-11 3/4


2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide Marci Payne Amber Welty Marci Payne Amber Welty Jenny Hadden Catrina Campbell Mickey Hill Lynne Wingle Lynne Wingle Sue Doucette Sue Doucette Tonya Scarborough

1988

Amber Welty

2003 2002 2001 1990 1988 1987

Triple Jump High Jump Triple Jump High Jump High Jump 800m Shot Put 100m Hurdles Heptathlon Discus Shot Put Heptathlon

39-2 1/4 6-1 1/4 40-3 3/4 6-0 1/4 5-8 2:11.90 44-0 1/2 14.15 5,133 153-7 1/2 45-3 1/2 4,565

women’s National NCAA Champions High Jump (out)

6-3 1/2

Maureen Griffin Jackie Poulson Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Amber Welty Amber Welty Amber Welty Amber Welty

Women’s NCAA Top-10 Finishers Hammer Heptathlon Hammer Weight Throw (ind) Hammer High Jump (out) High Jump (out) High Jump (ind) High Jump (out)

8th 7th 3rd 4th 4th 2nd 1st T4th 3rd

200-11 5,573 209-7 67-8 3/4 207-11 6-2 3/4 6-3 1/2 6-0 6-1 1/4

2003 2002 2001 2000 1990 1988 1987 1981

Maureen Griffin Jackie Poulson Maureen Griffin Jackie Poulson Maureen Griffin Maureen Griffin Becky Vasas Amber Welty Amber Welty Amber Welty Amber Welty Tina Osroot

Women’s All-Americans Hammer Heptathlon Hammer Heptathlon Weight Throw (ind) Hammer High Jump (out) High Jump (out) High Jump (out) High Jump (ind) High Jump (out) Cross Country

8th 7th 3rd 12th 4th 4th 11th 2nd 1st T4th 3rd

200-11 5,573 209-7 5125 67-8 3/4 207-11 5-9 3/4 6-2 3/4 6-3 1/2 6-0 6-1 1/4

2000 1992

Women’s Olympians Stacy Dragila (USA) Pole Vault Amber Welty (USA) High Jump

1st 18th

14-11 1/2 6-2

2002 2001 2000 1997 1992

Paul Litchfield Bryce Knight Nate Renner Bryce Knight Dana Scouten Tom Nate

men’s All-Americans Pole Vault 800m 800m (ind) 800m (ind) 400m (ind) 800m (ind)

4th 2nd 6th 6th 6th 7th

17-4 1/2 1:47.22 1:48.12 1:47.72 47.25 1:53.67

1988 1986 1985 1982 1981 1976 1975 1973 1970 1969 1963 1959 1958

Jeff Jaynes Jeff Jaynes Jeff Jaynes Pat Herrington Greg Burrell Greg Burrell Greg Burrell Glaser, Koenig, Luebke, Spolarich Jerald Jones McGee, Boateng, Austin, Bolden Couture, Jones, Luebke, Spolarich Carl Lawson Carl Lawson Jim Wharton Jim Wharton Dunne, Hulbert, Gayfield, Wharton Art Scott Tom O’Riordan George Kom Tom O’Riordan

2002 2001 2000 1997 1992 1988 1986 1982 1976 1975 1973 1970 1969

men’s NCAA Top-10 Finishers Paul Litchfield Pole Vault Bryce Knight 800m Nate Renner 800m (ind) Bryce Knight 800m (ind) Dana Scouten 400m (ind) Tom Nate 800m (ind) Jeff Jaynes 800m (ind) Jeff Jaynes 1,000m (ind) Pat Herrington Discus Greg Burrell 5,000m Glaser, Koenig, Luebke, Spolarich 4x800 (ind) Jerald Jones Mile McGee, Boateng, Austin, Bolden 4x400 (ind) Couture, Jones, Luebke, Spolarich 4x800 (ind) Carl Lawson 100y Carl Lawson 60y (ind) Jim Wharton 440y Hurdles Jim Wharton 440y Hurdles Dunne, Hulbert, Gayfield, Wharton Mile Relay

1976 1972 1960

Don Wright (Australia) Carl Lawson (Jamaica) Tom O’Riordan (Ireland)

800m (ind) 1,000m (ind) 1500m (ind) Discus 5,000m Cross Country Cross Country 4x800 (ind) Mile 4x400 (ind) 4x800 (ind) 100y 60y (ind) 440y Hurdles 440y Hurdles Mile Relay Cross Country Cross Country Discus Cross Country

2nd 7th 6th in semis 4th 10th 31st 49th 4th 6th 5th 3rd 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 6th 9th 5th 5th 10th 4th 2nd 6th 6th 6th 7th 2nd 7th 4th 10th 4th 6th 5th 3rd 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 6th

isu men’s Olympians

Bengal Track and Field

1:49.57 2:21.94 3:44.69 162-5 14:16.32 31:01.0 30:19.7 7:36.76 4:05.34 3:19.6 7:35.7 9.4 6.1 50.6 51.0 3:09.9 20:07 21:06 164-11 1/2 20:43 17-4 1/2 1:47.22 1:48.12 1:47.72 47.25 1:53.67 1:49.57 2:21.94 162-5 14:16.32 7:36.76 4:05.34 3:19.6 7:35.7 9.4 6.1 50.6 51.0 3:09.9 High Hurdles 100m 5000m

ATHLETIC HONORS

1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

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Year-by-Year All-Academic Cross Country Teams

58

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Total

Men’s XC N/A 5 4 4 4 4 4 10 7 4 6 6 7 5 2 4 1 2 4 7 90

Women’s XC 1 2 2 2 5 3 1 5 12 9 6 6 6 3 3 5 6 6 5 5 93

Year-by-Year All-Academic Track and Field Teams

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

MIn N/A N/A N/A N/A 7 7 10

MOut 4 10 10 6 11 10 11

WIn N/A N/A 3 8 9 8 8

WOut N/A N/A 2 N/A 9 6 11

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Total 1974 1992 1995 1997 2001 2002 2003 2007 1981 1982 1983 1986 1987 1988

10 14 7 18 15 9 9 17 11 10 7 6 10 10 12 12 201

15 11 5 16 15 10 4 19 16 9 6 6 5 7 13 7 226

11 17 15 11 24 16 14 11 9 9 8 13 15 17 19 17 262

Academic All-Americans

11 13 18 19 23 10 6 10 10 10 10 18 21 7 19 20 253

1989 1991 1992 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2002 2005 2008

Brent Caudill Greg Carlsen Becky Sondag Steve Boyenger Christy Oliveira Clint Rohner Jeff Carlsen Eric Victor Kristin Loedrup Steve Deming Jennifer Schellenbarger Danny Harry Jake Schorzman Lois Ricardi

Carl Lawson Steve Boyenger Jeff Carlsen Elvis Terry, Scott Boothby Gabor Hajdu, Emily Mulick Gabor Hajdu, Paul Hoffman Paul Hoffman Tiffany Andersen, Levi Keller, Cassie Merkley, John Ricardi, Lois Ricardi, Audra Smith, Katie Williams

Big Sky Scholar Athletes

Carol Ginochio Amy Lafoon Dan Jackson Sue Doucette Ana Moran Sherri Hoskisson Gordon Heath Lynn Kaiser Chris Middleton

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2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide Men’s All-Time Roster INDOOR 1966 1976 1993-94 1950 1989 1992-93 1947 1979-80 1999 1956 2001-04 1949 1992-93 1979 1965 1975-77 2007-08 1960,62 1963-64 1947 1969 1971-73 --- 1982 1994-95 2008-10 1959 1948 --- 2003 2008-10 1979 1962 1975-76, 1978 --- 1939 1952 1962 1973 --- 1950 1962 1982-84 1977 1983 2008-10 1989-90 1981, 1983 1939 1952-55 --- 1963 1951-52 1965 1996-99 1952-54 1988-89 1987-90 1996-99 2001 1968-69 1996, 1999-2001 1966 1996, 1999-2001 --- 1976, 1978-80 1982-85 1996-97 2005-08 1979-81 1987 2005 1965 1966-69 1994 1968-70

OUTDOOR 1966 1976-77 1993-94 1950 --1992-93 1947 1979-80 1998 1956 2001-04 1949 1992-93 --1965 1974-77 --1960,62 1963-64 1947 1969-70 1971-74 1996 --1995 2008-10 1959 1948 1975 --2008-10 1979 1962 1976-78 1977 1939 1952 1962 1973 1983-84 1950 1962 1982-83 --1983 2008-10 1989-90 1983 1939 1952-55 1993 1963 1951-52 1965 1996-97, 99-00 1952-54 1988 1986-88, 90 1996-98 2001 1968-69 1996, 99-02 1966 1996, 00-02 2005-06 1976, 78-80 1982-85 1996-97 2005-07 1979-81 1987 2005 1965 1966-69 --1968-70

1979 1950 1988 1975 1982 1954 --- 1975-77 1989 --- 1967-69 1996-97 1993 1982 1989-92 1964 1954-56 1981 1999-2000 1963-66 1963-66 1966-67 1965 2004-05 1972-73 --- 2003 1979 1957-58,60 2004-05 1967 2005 1982-84 1999-2000 1997 1996, 1999-2001 1939 1982-83 1989-90 --- 1971-73 1980 1987-89 1963-65 1966-69 1981 1957-60 1992 1973, 1976 1950 1995, 1998-2000 2002-03, 2005-08 1992-95 1986, 1989-91 1939 1998-2001 1950-52 1994 1986-87 1987-88 1955 1992 1968-69 1993-94 1998 1958 1996-97 1997 1980 1977 1997-98 1954 2005 1971-73 1964-65 1953-56 2004-05 1952 1954 1984-87

1979 1950 1988 1974 1982, 84 1954 2005 1974-77 1989 1989 1967-69 1996-97 ----1991-93 1964 1954-56 1982 1999-2001 1963-66 1963-66 1966-67 1965 2005 1971-74 1988 2003 1980 1957-58,60 2004-05 1967 --1982-83 1999-2000 --1996, 99-01 1939 1982-83 1989-90 1981 1971-74 --1987-89 1963-65 1966-69 1981 1957-60 --1973, 76 1950 1995, 99-01 2002-03,05-07 1992-93, 95 1986, 89-91 1939 1998-2001 1950-52 ----- 1987-89 1955 --1968-69 1993-94 1998 1958 1997-98 1997 --1977 1997-98 1954 2005 1971-74 1964-65 1953-56 2004-05 1952 1954 1985-87

Lewis Cook Coons Gary Cooper Sam Corbett Earl Corney Shannon Cosey Byron Cosgrove Dennis Costlow Bill Cothern Pat Coughlin Gaylord Counzelman Matt Courtney Bob Couture Bob Cowan Curt Cowan Eugene Cowan Ken Cox Leighton Craig Gabe Crane Pat Cranor Jim Cremin Dennis Critchfield Justin Critser-Lucas Doug Croft John Cronise Roger Cross Jeff Croteau Kelly Crowder Gary Crowton Arthur Crump Casey Crumrine Bill Culbreath John Curl Curran Cutler Earl Dahlstrom Jon Dalley John Danielson Mike David Billy Davis Kurt Davis Ryan Davis Donald (Don) Davis Rod Davis Al Deal Jeff Dean Scott Deitz Ron Delaney Jon Delbosque Pat Deming Steve Deming Gene Despard Steve Detmer Ed Detzi Bill Devine Brent DeWitt Dennis DeWitt Felix Diaz Manuel Diaz Ryan Dick Kyle Dickerson Bob Dickson Harry Dickson Paul DiGrappa Doug Dillard Chris Dixon Richard Dixon Perry Donnafield Howie Dooley Alan Dopp James Dopp Patrick Dorer Don Drake Darren Dubois Dean Durfee Dale Dunn T. Dunn Jerry Dunne Tim Dunne Pat Dunning

1968-69 1952 1971 2009-10 1995-97 2009-10 1937-38 1997 1981 1960,62 1946-47 1981-82 1973, 1975 1948 1950 1947 1950 2002 1991 1977-79 1954 1952,54-56 2009-10 1985-86 1971 1962 --- 1948 1982 1962-63 1999-2002 1986-87 1962 1939 1938-39 1948 2006, 2009-10 2004-07 1986-87 1980 1981-84 2008-10 1985 1984 1957-58 1979 1988 1981-85 2005-07 1999-2001 1997-98 1951-53 1958 1987-88, 1990 1982-84 1964-67,69 1957-60 1977-81, 1983 1963 2006-07 2009-10 1968-69 1947 2000 1963-64 1987-89 1960,63 1989 1992-93 1994-95 --- 2006 1950 2001 1957-61 1937-39 1939 1968-69 1966-69 1971

1968-69 1952 --2010 1995-96 2010 1937-38 1997 --1960,62 1946-47 --1973-74 1948 1950 1947 1950 2002 --1977-79 1954 1952,54-56 2010 1985-86 --1962 1990 1948 1982 1962-63 1998-2002 1986-87 1962 1939 1938-39 1948 2006, 2010 2004-07 1987 1980 1980, 82-84 2008-10 1985 --1957-58 ----1981-83 2005-07 1999-2001 1997-98 1951-53 1958 1986-88, 90 1981-83 1964-67,69 1957-60 1977-81 1963 2006-07 2010 1968-69 1947 2000-01 1963-64 1987, 89 1960,63 1992-93 1994-95, 97 2001 2006 1950 --1957-61 1937-39 1939 1968-69 1966-69 1971

Emanuel Ebo Joel Edmonds Kelsey Edwards Dick Egenhoff Darian Eliassen Phil Elle Kevin Ellis Jeff English Tom English Harold Espy Michael Estes Henry Evans Mike Ewing Mike Eyre Jeff Facer Sam Fambrough James Farley Mark Farmer Brandon Farnesden Tyler Farnsworth Rick Fassette Rich Fejer Marlin Felton Kelly Fetter Paul Fields John Figueroa Pierre Filion Steve Fink DeRonn Finley Jamie Fitzgerald Doug Flint Steve Fogarty Dennis Foltz Brandon Fonnesbeck Chris Force Lynn Fortner Todd Foster Dennis Fowler Pete Fowler Len Fraizer William Fraser Steve Fries John Fullmer Larry Furnell Dale Gage Roger Gallagher Mike Galleoto Greg Gardner Jon Gargano Justin Garner Rene Garnett Garst Terry Gartner Ike Gayfield Gennoy Wayne Gentry Wayne Gentry Glen Gillette Ron Gilner Anthony Gilyard John Glaser Harley Goedhart Mike Gomarlo Luis Gomes Mike Gondek Gooch Jeff Goodwill Mitch Goodwin Myre Goodwin Michael Gore Ralph Gorringe Clint Gosack Les Gower Brandon Graef Kent Graff Travis Gray Dennis Green Dan Griffin Addison Grisaffi Duke Grkovic

1975-77 1996 1987 1956 1990-93 2000-01 1992, 1994 1976-78 1991-94 1956,58 2003 1985, 1987-89 1984 1960,62 1996-98 1986-89 1960 1985-88 --- 1996, 1999 1981 1981-83 1951-52,54 1983 --- 1965-69 1991-92 1982, 1984 2001 1984 1968-69 1988-89 1988-91 1989-90 1985 1962-64 1989-92 1966-67 1988-89 1965-66 2009-10 1990 1954 1962-63 1967 1962-64 1988 --- 1994 1996-97 1973 1939 1966 1966-69 1946 1939-40 1947,49 1954 1983 1994 1975-77 2008-10 1962-65 1979 1979-80 1939 1966 1995 1960 1976 1959 2009-10 1947-48 2006-07, 2008-09 1981 1990 1963 1990-94 2009-10 1936

1974-77 --1987 1956 1990-91, 93 2000 1992-93 1976-78 1991-94 1956,58 2003 1985-89 1984 1960,62 1995-98 1986-89 1960 1985, 87-89 1989 1996, 99 1981 1980-83 1951-52,54 --1974 1965-69 1991-93 1982, 84 ----1968-69 --1988-91 1989-90 --1962-64 1989, 91-93 1966-67 --1965-66 2010 1991 1954 1962-63 1967 1962-64 1988 1977 --1996-97 --1939 1966 1966-69 1946 1939-40 1947,49 1954 --- --1976-77 2009-10 1962-65 --1979 1939 1966 1995 1960 1976 1959 2010 1947-48 2008-09 1981 1990 1963 1990-94 2010 1936

Bob Guerin Van Gunnell Jacob Gunter Tyson Gunter Darren Hageman Gabor Hajdu Pat Hale Verl Hale Hall Bryce Hall Frank Hall Gordon Hall Grant Hall John Hall Slimane Hallai Dan Halverson Leigh Hammond Aaron Hansen Andy Hansen Josh Hansen Rod Hansen Ryan Hansen Taylor Hansen Todd Hansen Tom Hansen Logan Harding Greg Harris Roger Harris Tracy Harris Wilbert Harris Dee Harrison Danny Harry Dean Hart Don Hart Paul Hartman Bill Harvey Ed Hask Mitch Hayden Bill Hayes Evan Hayes Sam Hayes Gavin Hawkley Don Hazard Gordon Heath Terry Heath John Heelan Allen Heineck Joshua Henderson Mitch Henderson Shon Henderson Jason Hendrian Kol Henrikson Matt Herald Nick Herald Pete Herdt Orville Hess Dave Hill Gary Hill Spencer Hill Jason Hillebrand Bob Hilliard Wendell Hinmann Jorge Hinojos Scott Hobdey Meril Hodge Paul Hoffman Ed Hogan Bob Hoge Rob Hohnhorst Holmes Mark Holstein Milton Holt Keith Homan Dave Hoover Hopkins Doug Hopster Jim Horner Bil Horrocks Jeff Horsley Mike Hortsch

Bengal Track and Field

1975 1996, 1999-2002 2002 2008-10 1993-95 2002 1971-73 --- 1938-39 --- 1962-63 1948 1990 1988-91 1993 1983 1966-67 2006 1994-97 2002-04 1982-84, 1986 2006-07 2007-10 --- 1996-99 2004-05 --- 1981-84 1982-83 1955 1999-2000 2000-02 1947 1947 1993 1963-64 1979 1984-85 1954 1963-64 1952 2005 1951-52 1984-87 --- 1954 1990-91 1994 --- 2009-10 2002-03 2003-04 2002-03 2000 1968-69 1976 1957-59 --- 1993-97 1996-98 1947 --- 1994-96 1973 1986 2001-03,05 1952 1957-59 1962-63,65 1946 1977-79 1937-38 1938-40 1954-56 1937 1985-87 1980-84 1952-55 1993-96 1983-86

1974 1996, 00-02 2002 2009-10 1994-95 2001-02 1970-73 --1938-39 1986 1962-63 1948 1990 1988-90 1993 --1966-67 2006 1994-96, 98 2002-04 1983-86 2006-07 2007, 09-10 1985 1996-99 2004-05 1980 1981-83 1982-83 1955 1999-2000 2001-02 1947 1947 1993 1963-64 --1984 1954 1963-64 1952 2004 1951-52 1985-86 1977 1954 1990-91 1994 1981 2010 2002-03 2003-05 --2000 1968-69 1974-76 1957-59 1991 1993-94, 96-97 1996-98 1947 1970-71 1993-95 1973 --2001-02,05 1952 1957-59 1962-63,65 1946 1978-79 1937-38 1938-40 1954-56 1937 1985-86 1980-83 1952-55 1993-96 1983, 85-86

ALL-TIME ROSTER

NAME Randy Ackley Ricky Acree Jeff Adams Ralph Adams Robert Adams Kevin Akers Bill Adelstein Chris Alexander Riyad Ali Jack Allain Ben Allen Charles Allen Dave Almgren Dave Alsalis Dave Alvord Peter Amartiefio Ryan Ancheta-Major Allen Anderson Dean Anderson Homer Anderson Jack Anderson Leonel Anderson Mike Anderson Steve Anderson Shane Andrew Chaz Anestos Chris Anton Morton Appel Bill Ardary Aaron Arnold Michael Arnold Phil Asay Ashworth Jon Austin Todd Austin Joe Ayers Ross Bagley Bardell Bailey Larren Bailey Mike Bailey Lavon Bair Dave Baldwin Brandt Bannister Brad Barahall Glen Barnes Zac Barrett Rob Bartholomew John Bartlett Bassett Rick Bauer Brian Bax Otis Beach George Beadell Herschel Beahm Zach Beck Sam Beckham Scott Beets David Behrend Chris Belcher Bryce Bell Ed Bell Eric Bell Fred Bell Kevin Bell Landon Bell Matt Bell Jason Bennermon Ryan Bently Dmitriy Beresnev Rick Berrett Mats Bertilsson Phillip Bettis Vern Billingsley Gary Bills Jason Bills Kevin Blackburn

Forrest Blair Bob Blanton Don Blossom George Boateng Chris Bocek Bob Bodine Josh Boehler Tony Bolden Khane Bolster Robert Booms Ron Boone Scott Boothby Chris Borgelt Jason Bouffard Steve Boyenger Pat Boyle Lee Brack Scott Branchfield Brandon Briggs John Briggs Ken Briggs Pat Briggs Jim Brik Jake Briles John Brooks Tim Brose Ben Brown Jim Brown Keith Brown Matt Brown Willie Brown Mike Bruner Greg Burch Sean Burgess Justin Burnham Tom Burnham Bill Burrell Greg Burrell Mike Burrell Eric Butler Craig Byington James Byrd Mark Byrne John Cali Wayne Calvary Tom Calvert Charles Campbell Mark Campbell Vince Capell Earl Cappellen Kevin Capps Nathan Capps Jeff Carlsen Greg Carlsen Carlyle Emry Carr Bill Carsillo Sam Carter Butch Caston Brent Caudill Dick Cave Bill Cawley Walt Chadwick Brent Chapman Jeff Chase Tony Chavez Sean Christian Aaron Clark Dave Clark Cliff Clifford Ed Coleman Gary Collet Grant Colvin Larry Comer Joe Conetto Bob Conley Dean Connett Bus Connor Joe Cook Dave Cook

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Darin Hovey Mike Howerton Steve Howerton Lamont Hudgins Stan Huff Raul Huitron Randy Hulbert Rick Hulbert Rodger Hunsaker Steve Hunter Trent Huntsinger Jeremy Hurst Hutchinson John Hutchinson Jeffery Innis Frank Irvine Irving Bill Isley Mike Isola James Isom Tom Iwanow Danny Jackson James Jackson Wade Jambor Nate Jarvis Jeff Jaynes Val Jefferson Allen Jejneck Tim Jelke Bill Jenkins Bryce Jenkins Cody Jenkins Barry Jenks Mike Jenks Darrin Jernigan Benji Jex Bob Johnson Jim Johnson John Johnson Loren Johnson Mike Johnson Milton Johnson T. Johnson Tyler Johnson Mike Johnston Rod Johnston Bart Jones Blayne Jones Byron Jones Doug Jones Jerald Jones Jim Jones M Jones Tim Jones Sergio Jones Sylvester Jones Joe Juscen Bob Kalinski Nelson Karagu Don Keefer Brian Keeling Jacob Keller Levi Keller Don Kelly George Kelly Larry Kent Ralph Kerfoot Tom Keyes Saheed Khan Corby Kiler Jamie Kimmell Tom Kimmell Gary Kincaid Don King Larry King Ward Kinsman La Fawn Kirkland Al Kirlin Wesley Kite Andrew Kjellsen

1980 1981-83 1968-71 2001 1947-50 1992-94 1966-69 1971 --- 1986-87 --- 1998-2000 1939 1964,1967 1959 2006 1946 1967-70 1968-71 1982, 1984 1996 1980-83 1969 2006 --- 1985-88 1986 --- 1983 1984 2010 2010 2005 1994 1985-87 1996-97, 99-00 1947 1947-49 1976 1963 1987, 1989-91 1968 1966 2004 1967-69 1988 1983 1960 1948 --- 1972-73, 1975 1968-69 1983 1979-80 2008-10 1993 1976 1980-83 1968-71 1951-52 --- 2006-08 2004-08 1973 1990 1952,54 1937-39 1977, 1979-80 2003-05, 2007-08 2007-10 1976 1977-80 1965 1989-90 1964-65,67-69 1973 1979 1947-49 1950 2003

1980 1981-83 1968-71 --1947-50 1992, 94 1966-69 1970-71 1993 1986-87 1996-99 1998-2000 1939 1964,1967 1959 2006 1946 1967-70 1968-71 1982, 84 1996 1980-83 1969 2006 1997 1985-88 --1990 --- --2010 2010 --1993 1985, 87 1996-97, 99 1947 1947-49 1976 1963 1987, 89-91 1968 1966 2004 1967-69 1988 1983 1960 1948 1983 1971-75 1968-70 --1979-81 2009-10 1993 1976 1980-81 1968-71 1951-52 1971 2006-08 2004-07 1973 --1952,54 1937-39 1977, 79 2004-07 2007-10 1976-77 1978-80 1965 1990 1964-65,67-69 1973-74 1979 1947-49 1950 2003

Klevenow Larry Knackstedt Bryce Knight Mitch Knight Trevor Knight Blake Knoll Nathan Knutson Steve Koenig Brent Koetter Jim Koetter Clayton Kohler George Kom Peter Kommendant Troy Koopman John Kopta Ted Korthoski Charles Koval Cameron Kowallis Mike Kranpitz Joe Krejci Joe Kresl Steve Kresl Dusty Kuzma Dan Lai Alex Laigo Maurice Landrum Charles Lane Mike Lane Chip Langerak Robert Languien Brett Larsen Eric Larsen Rob Larsen Jake LaRue Carl Lawson Kurt Lawson Ben Layman Darren Lazaruk Wesley Leach Kelly Lee Patrick Lee Sam Lee Mark Leichtfuss Serge Lemee Jack Leroy Chris Lewis Larry Lewis Mark Lewis Chip Lieback Nolan Lien Tony Liggins Andy Lish James Litchfield Paul Litchfield Chris Litzinger Keith Lohse Shane Long Jerry Love Phil Luckey Dick Luebke Rich Lukens Woody Lundberg Paul Lundy Kris Lunn Bob Luther Bob Lynch Nep Lynch Buck MacGillivrey Patrick Maher John Maheras Ted Maheras Bill Malson Bruce Malson Maness Vic Marchiel Brad Marshall Boyd Martindale Brent Mason Colin Mathieson Tom Matras

1939 1960 1997-2000 1997-99 2001, 2003-05 1972 --- 1975-77 1982 1959-61 2008 1957-58 2003-05 1989, 1991 1959-60 1968 1952-55 2005 1988-90 1968,70 1985-86 1981-84 1978 2001-03, 05 1965-66 95-58 1947-54 1985 1995 1959-63 1991 1996-97 1987 1946-49 1971-73 1968-70 2005-08 1980 1947-51 --- 1997 1987 1980 --- 1968-71 1980 1966-71 1971 --- 1996-98 1980 2010 2003-07 2000, 2002-04 --- 2006 2001 1966-70 1962-65 1975-76 1968-69 1939 1975-76 1998-99 1972-73 1954 1964 1956-59 1963 1947 1947-48 1962-64 1965-67 1962 --- 1978-81 1951-52,54 1989 1992-93 1967

1939 1960 1997-98, 00-01 1997-98 2002-05 1971-72 1996 1976 1984 1959-61 2008 1957-58 2003-05 1991 1959-60 1968 1952-55 2005 1988, 90 1968,70 1985-86 1981-82,84 1977-78 2001-04 1965-66 1957-58 1947-54 ----1959-63 --1996-97 1987 1946-49 1971-74 1968-70 2004-07 1980-82 1947-51 1977-78 1995-97 1987 1980 1977 1968-71 --1966-71 --1973 1996, 98 1980 2010 2004,05-08 2000-03 1993 2006 2001 1966-71 1962-65 1976 1968-69 1939 1974-77 1998-99 1971-73 1954 1964 1956-59 1963 1947 1947-48 1962-64 1965-67 1962 1973 1978-80 1951-52,54 1989 1992 1967

Gary Matson John Matson Colby Matter Adam Matthews Mike Matthews Derek Maughan Wes Maughn Dyrace Maxfield Rodger Maxfield Mike Mayfield John McCallister Harrison McCallop John McCauley Drew McConnell Brian McCoy John McCray Yves McDavid Dan McDonald Glae McDonald Shawn McEntire Mark McGavish Bob McGee Kaid McKay George McKinley Dale McLaughlin Justin McMillian Don McMurrian John McNees A McNeil Keith McNeil Tom McVey Brandon McNew Merkley Steve Merrill Ed Mendenhall Matt Metcalf Roger Michener Chris Middleton Brad Milam Barry Miller Benny Miller Bob Miller Brody Miller Mark Miller Ron Miller Rick Miller Scott Miller Bill Miner Jeff Mitchelson Mike Mizerski Randy Mock Ken Monroe Gary Montgomery Ivan Moody Daniel Morgan Allan Morris Rob Morris Rollo Morris Spencer Morris Dave Morrison Jim Morrison Tracy Motley Mike Moya Tom Mozbey Paul Mullenax Ray Munyagi John Mwebi Dustin Myers Pat Nadeau Tom Nate Serafin Nava Ray Naworol Adam Neill Nelson Brooks Nelson Bruce Nelson Matt Nelson Matt Newkirk Allan Newton Jim Nielsen

1954 1956 1997-2001 1999, 2002-04 1969 2006-07 1969 1989 1965-69 1962 1992 1968-69 2000-01 2010 1976 1971 1989-91 1986 1947-52 1995-97, 1999 1981-84 1973, 1975 1987, 1989-91 1984-85 2010 1994 1986-87, 1990 1967-70 1983 --- 1950-52 2007-09 1939 1992-94 1967 --- 1964-65 1984-88 2002-03 --- 1964-66 1963 2005 1972-73 1958 1989 1985-89 --- 1966 1991 1976 1971 1959 1980 1960 1957-58 1993 1939 --- 1991-94 1979 1983 1988 1950 1984-87 --- 1979-80 2010 1967 1989-92 1954 --- --- 1939 1956 1964 2004-05 2004-05 1982-83 1982

1954 1956 1998-2001 1999, 02-04 1969 2006-07 1969 --1965-69 1962 1992 1968-69 2000-01 2010 1976 1971 1989-91 --1947-52 1995-96, 98-99 1981-83, 85 1973 1987, 89-91 1984-85 2010 --1986-87 1967-70 --1985 1950-52 2007-09 1939 1993-94 1967 2004-07 1964-65 1986-88 2002-03 1973-74 1964-66 1963 2005 1971-73 1958 --1985-89 1970 1966 1991 1976 1971 1959 1980 1960 1957-58 1994 1939 2005 1991-94 ----1988 1950 1984-85, 87 2002-03 1979-80 2010 1967 1989-90, 92-93 1954 1973 1984-85 1939 1956 1964 2004-05 2004 1983 ---

Ken Nichol Hugh Nichols Shawn Nichols Nordling Peter Oberg Bob Odom Matt O’Farrell Mike O’Farrell Claude Oliver Chris Olson Tim Olson Aaron Olswanger Thomas O’Riordan Keith Orr Joseph Ortega Paz Ortiz Glynn Osborne Mike Osheku Louis Osuna Paul Palkovic Troy Palmer Jim Pardee Jay Paris Jim Parker Ron Parton John Pastos Rick Payne Bordon Paxman Scott Pearson 10 Tad Pearson Bill Pendleton Joe Perdue Santiago Perez Lance Perkins Russ Perkins Gene Peterson M. Peterson Ted Peterson Tom Peterson Dick Pettit Dave Phelps Kevin Philbrook Heber Phillips Charlie Pickett Sam Pierson Ted Piess Rob Pike Ted Pino Carl Pollock Curt Poole Lucas Pope Jim Porter Steve Porter Powell Jerry Powell Jonathan Powell Randy Powell Boyd Price Byron Price Jim Pucelik Russ Radford Bob Rannells John Rannells Jon Rapolla Ronn Raymond Lloyd Rebischke Jeremy Redding John Redding Elvis Redell Reed Brandon Reed Carlos Reed Randy Reeder John Reeves Eric Reish Rick Rene’ Nate Renner Warren Reynolds Steve Reynoldson

1980 1956 1979 1937 1963 1966-67 2010 2010 1947-48 --- 1967 2001-02, 2004 1957-61 1951-52 1960-61 1991-94 1979-80, 82-83 1992-95 1957-58,62 1978, 1980-81 1982 1971 1948 1984 1959 1954 1987 1947 2006, 2009-10

1980 1956 1979 1937 1963 1966-67 2010 2010 1947-48 1989 1967 2001-04 1957-61 1951-52 1960-61 1991-92, 94 1979-80, 82-83 1992-95 1957-58,62 1977-78, 80-81 1982 1971 1948 --1959 1954 --1947 2006, 2009-

1980 --- 2001, 2003-05 --- 1962 1981 1939-40,42 1939 1977-78 1954 1951-52 1976 1999-2000 1999 1952 2007-10 1989-90 1991-93 1988-89 1982 1989-90 2006-07 1977, 1979 1976 1953 1986 1995 1976-79 --- 1994 1959 1965 1967-70 1966-67 1981 1985 1956-58 1993-95 1985 1980 1937-38 1999 1993 1997-2000 1960-61 1987-90 1983 1998-2001 1959 1986-87, 1989

--1973 2004-05 2004 1962 --1939-40,42 1939 --1954 1951-52 1976 1999-2000 1999 1952 2007-10 --1991-93, 96 1989 --1989 2006-07 1977 1976-77 1953 --1995 1976-79 1970-71 1994 1959 1965 1967-71 1966-67 --1985 1956-58 1993-95 ----1937-38 1998 --1997-2000 1960-61 1987, 89-91 1983 1998-2001 1959 1986, 88-90

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John Ricardi Tom Richards Gerald Richardson Ricky Richardson Tysun Rickards Travis Ricks Charles Riddle J.D. Riener Tom Rimmell Nate Rivera Tony Rodriguez Tony Rodriguez Doug Roehm Les Roh Clint Rohner Rudy Rojas Enrique Romero Roger Romero Bud Rose Murray Rose Jerry Rowlan Boyd Rudd Roger Rudesill Roderick Rumble John Ruprecht Dan Russell Glenn Russell Jeff Russell Scott Russell Brad Rutledge Maynard Sager Parr Sainsbury Marc Sanchez Ed Sanders Fred Sanders Karl Sandman Tom Sanford Steve Saras Joe Sarratore Jake Satterfield Chris Schallerth Larry Scheer Bernard Schell Greg Schell Mike Schell Kurt Schiess Sean Schmidt Shawn Scholl Jake Schorzman David Schroeder Art Scott Rod Scott Dana Scouten Rene’ Sepulveda Steve Sexton Randy Shank Dick Sharp Tom Sharp Elmer Shaw Raul Sheen Cy Shepardson Troy Shippen John Shivers Dennis Shockley David Shrum George Shryock Keane Shuler Chris Siebels Joseph Silvers Brad Silvester 10 Pat Simmons Jed Sion 2009 Al Smith Chris Smith Dan Smith Dave Smith Dennis Smith Jon Smith

2008-10 1962 1984, 1986 1976-78 2004-08 1996, 2000-02 2000 2008-10 --- 1997, 2000 1968-71 1988 2003-04 1952,54 1993-94 1947-52 1990 1982-83 1951-52 1983 1953 1947-52 1963 2009-10 1995-98 1987-89, 1991 1990-91, 1993-94 --- 1989 1993-96 1963 1947-49 --- 1951-52 2000 1982-83 1956 --- 1957-58 1947 1980 1988-89 1971 1968-71 1968-69 2004-05 1983, 1986 1986-87 2003-05 --- 1962-65 1983-86 1996-98 1984-87 --- 1971 1954 1992 1938 2000 1956 1990-91 1962-64 1962,64 1988-89 1967-70 2009 1983-84 2004-06,07-09 2006, 08-10

2007, 09-10 1962 --1976-77 2004-08 1996, 00-02 2000-01 2008-10 1977 1997, 00 1968-71 1988 2004 1952,54 1993-94 1947-52 --1982, 84 1951-52 --1953 1947-52 1963 2009-10 1994-97 1987-88, 90-91 1990-94 1975 --1993-95 1963 1947-49 1991 1951-52 2000 1982-83 1956 1980 1957-58 1947 1980 --1971 1968-71 1968-69 2004-05 1983-84 1986-87 2002-05 2002-03 1962-65 1983-85 1996-98 1984-85, 87-88 1984 1971 1954 --1938 2000-01 1956 1990-91 1962-64 1962,64 1987-89 1967-70 ----2008-09 2006-07,09-

1984 1984 2004-06, 2007-09 2004-07, --- 2000 1992-95 1985 1977, 1979-81 1993-95

1991 2000 1992-95 1985 1977, 79-81 1993-94


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2003-04 1966-67 1977, 79 2008 1968--71 1963 1952 --1964 1948 --1992-93 1975-76 1973 1948 1948 2010 --1981-82 2003-05 1966 1984-87 1987 1987-90 2008-10 2010 2010 2008-09 1946 1981-82 1947 2000 1947 1982-83 1991-93 1998-99 1948 1976-78 1987, 89-91 1967 1998 2005 2004-08 2005-08 2002-05 1996-98 2008 1970-71 1994-97 1962-65 1993-94 1987 1989 1984 1946 1992 1950-52 1999-2000 --1966 1954 2007-08, 2010 1974-77 1994-95 1978-79 1939 1966-71 2003-05 1999-2000 1971-72, 76 1947 1968-70 1998, 01 1996, 98 1999-2001 1981-84 1996-97 1993, 95-97 1995, 97-98

Doug Von Rheen Josh Wageman Wagner Jim Wagstaff Chas Waite Ted Walker Raegan Ward Warner Tim Warren Troy Wassink Homer Watkins Randy Watson Todd Watson Ron Watters Conrad Wells Bob West Gary Whaler Jim Wharton Ronnie Wheeler Darin White Trevor White Jason Whitmer Eric Whitsitt Kirk Whitting Nick Whitworth Melvin Wideman J. Williams Darin Williams Pat Williams Steve Williams Steve Williams Tim Williams Bernard Wilson Derrek Wilson Dwaine Wilson Ed Wilson Ezzard Wilson Paul Wilson Tyler Wilson Ben Windsor Sam Winston Jim Wise Jim Witt Aaron Wolfe McKay Womack Adrian Wong Garrett Wood Brian Worden Bert Wright Don Wright Jake Wright Kelly Wright Shannon Wright Dick Wylie Don Wylie Mike Yamagata James Yizar David Yocum Anthony Young Brad Young Cody Young Dave Young Ken Young Don Zaph Tom Zaun

1971 2010 1939 1955-58 1984 1968 2008-09 1939 1994 2004-05 1959 1968 1986-89 1968-71 1955-56 1951-53 --- 1968-71 1993 1982-83 2008-10 --- 2004-05 1996 1998-99 1976 1930 2008 1972-73 1973, 1975 1996 1962-65 1977 --- 1981 1967 1977-80 --- 1997 --- 2010 1954 1968 2008-10 2000, 2003 --- 2010 1982 1947 1977-78 1947 1982 --- 1960 1954 1964 1976, 1979-80 1980 1976 --- 2000 1989-91, 1993 1981, 1983 1968 1954

--2010 1939 1955-58 --1968 2008-09 1939 1994 2003-05 1959 1968 1987, 89 1968-71 1955-56 1951-53 1984 1968-71 --1982-83 2008-10 1991 2004-05 1996 --1976 1930 2008 1971-73 1973-75 1996 1962-65 --1989 --1967 1978-80 1979-80 1997 1971 2010 1954 1968 2009-10 2000, 03 1973 2010 1981-82 1947 1977-78 1947 1982 1985 1960 1954 1964 1976-77, 79 1980 1976 1996 2000 1989-91, 93 1981, 83 1968,70-71 1954

Women’s All-Time Roster NAME Kristin (Wilmore) Adams Trena Adams Ann Adkins Leafy Allen Paula Allen Julia Anderson

INDOOR 2005 1987 1987, 1989-91 1976 1980-81 1979-80 Nicole (Darrington) Anderson 2007-10 Sarah Anderson 1994-97 Tiffany Andersen 2004-07 Cheyanne Andrade 2008-10

OUTDOOR 2005 1987 1989-91 --1980-81 --2007, 09-10 1994-98 2004-07 2008-10

Peggy Austin Brooke Bachmeier Camie Bame Cherlyn Barber Karen Bartholoma Mary Barton Lori Bartschi Julie Batt Fran Baumgartner Sandy Bean Erin Bell Katie Bell Laura Bell Brooke Benedetti Carla Bennett Kathy Bennett Paula Berry Brenda Billiard Kelly Black Chris Blanchaud Jamie Bobert Jessica Bobert Sarah Boss Larnie Boyd Lynn Boyd Pat Bradshaw Faith Briggs Julie Briggs Christina Brown Frederich (Rica) Brown Kari Brown Tricia Burbank Brenda Bushnell Sasha Buylova Shannon Bybee Phyllis Caldwell Catrina Campbell Andi Cannedy Jana Capps Bobbi Jo Carlovsky Gretchen Carr Shawna Carr Delilah Cavin Adele Cervantez Natalie Chase Christie Chatterley Natalie Christiansen Shannalee Christman Jessica Cogdill Carmen Cole Jody Coleman Coral Collins Michelle Collins Trina Collins Sharon Conners Carrie Connett Sharen Contrares Jordan Cornelison Jessica Cornia Kathy Corrigan Julie Cosgrove Gina Cotton Jaclyn Cox Ali Cranney Aimee Crabtree Wendy Crabtree Mercedes Crouch Ana Davidson Rachel Davidson Debby Davis Kerynn Davis Jamie Desfosses Charlene Delventhal Jennifer Detzi Michelle Devey Carolyn Dickenson Ann Dirrim Debbie Disbrow Amy Dobson

1976-78 2004 1998 1996-97 1976-78 1979 1979 1987-88 1993 --- 2003-06, 2007-08 1976 1979-80 2001-02,04 --- --- 1993 1982-83 --- 1985 2001-03,05 2004-08 2003-04 2003 1981 1976 1976 1991-92, 1994-95 2003-06,07-09 1988-89 2003-04 2005 1982 2007-09 1995 1977 1985-86 1981 2000-01, 03-04 1989-90, 93-94 1993-96 1995, 1997-98 1980 1988-89 1997-99 2000-03 2000 2004-05 --- 1989-90, 1992 1977 1991-92 1980-81 --- 1977, 1979 2005-09 2005 2010 2004-05 1980-81 1981-82 1998-99 2002 2005 1997-98 1977 2010 --- 1977-79 1982 2006, 2008-10 1997-98 1981-82 1990, 1992-93 1993-94 1983-84 1978-80 1983 1996, 1998

1976-77 2004 1998 1996-97 1976-78 --1979 1988 --1983 2003-08 --1979-80 2001-02,04 1980 1977 --1982-83 1996 1985 2001-02,04-05 2004-08 2003-04 2003 --1976 --1991-95 2003-06,07-09 1989 ----1982 2007-09 1995 1977 1985-86 1981 2000-01,03-04 1989-90, 93-94 1993-96 1995-97, 99 1980 --1997 2000-03 2000 2004-05,06-07 2005 1989-93 1977 1991-92 1981 1992 1977-78 2005-09 2005 2010 2004-05 1980-81 1981-82 1998-99 --- --1997-98 1977 2010 1985-86 1977-79 1982 2006, 2008-10 1997 1980-81 1991-93 1993-94 1983-84 1978-80 1983 1995-98

Paula Dockson Karen Doty Tara Doublin Sue Doucette Jenny Downey Stacy Dragila Kendra Dreyer Marla Driver Nicole Dudek Khris Dudley Tracy Dulmage Debi Dunn Ann Dutton Anita Eastman Brandis Edwards Tanya Eich Sue Engelhart Tracy Engelhart Cori Erlenbush Leslie Evans Janis Fagenstrom Stefanie Fandl Christy Feigenbutz Michelle Fenske Shawntel Fish Danielle Fisher Rachel Flavel Daniela Fleischmann Gertrude Fortmann Cali Foster Margaret Fox-Hall Gabriel Fraley Selena Frazier Yolanda Frazier Brenda Friedrichsmeyer Kristin Galbraith Crystal Galloway Julie Garwood Britni Garz Leslie Gebhard Lorri Gebo Michelle Gehrke Brandee Gilmore Carol Ginochio Kylee Gleason Heather Glenn Diane Goebel Chrystal Golightly Jamie Gonzales Ruth Grabowski Peggy Green Maureen Griffin Melissa Griffiths Jody Gunter Jenny Hadden Courtney Hahn Cindy Harmon Haley Hathhorn Melissa (Missy) Hearst Peggy Sue Heath Melanie Henderson Nancy Henken Pat Herrington Cathy Hill Mickey Hill Jessica Hillam Parris Hodges Karen Hoefer Lisa Hoffman Kim Hoing Teresa Holbrook Alyssa Holee Joanna Hollenbeck Rhonda Holliman Sherry Hoskisson Christa Howard Shannon Hull Michelle Hunter Hiliary Huntsinger

1977 1995 1994 1980-83 2003-06, 2007-08 1993-95 2004 1976 1988-91 1984-85 1990-91 1976 1982 1983-84 2001 2000-01 1982 1977-78 1988-90 1979-80 --- 1996-99 1987 1992-94 2004 1992-93 1996 2002 1976 2004-05, 2006-07 1981, 1983 1997 2000-03 1989-92 1979 1992 2004 1983-84 2003 1990 1989 1987, 1989 1988 1980 2008-10 2001 1985-87 2002 1987 1980 1987 2001-03 2002-05 2002 1984-86 2005 1994-95 2010 1981-82 1988-89 1984 1980 1979-82 1980-81, 83-84 1985-88 2005-07 2009-10 1980-83 1983-84 1987-88 1985 --- 1983 --- 1983-86 1987 1990-93 1990-92 1997-2000

----1994 1980-83 2003-07 1993-95 2004 1976 1988-91 1984 1990-91 1976 1980-81 1983-84 --2000-01 --1977-79 1988-91 1979 1979 1996-98 1987 1991-95 --1992-93 --2002 1976 2004-05,06-08 1981, 83 1997 2000-03 1989-93 1979 1992 2004 1983 2003 1990 1988 1986-89 1988 1980-81 2008-10 2001 1985-87 --1987 1979 1987 2001-03 2002-05 2002 1984-86 2005 1994-95 2010 1979-82 1988 1984 --1979-82 1981, 83-84 1985-88 2005-07 2010 1980, 82-83 1983-84 1987-88 --2005 1983 1979 1983-86 --1990-93 1992-93 1997-2001

Bradi Hutchison 2009-10 Jacquie Huxtable 1983 Jessica Irving 2004 Kathy Jackson 1981, 1985 Cydney Jacobsen 2009-10 Sandi Jacobson 1987-89 Erin Jamison 1986 Mandi Janowitz 2005-09 Lisa Jansen 1997-98 April Jaynes 2007-09 Jessica Johnson-Williams 2006-09 Jill Johnson 1994 Lauri Johnson 1980 Linda Johnson 1976, 1978 Michelle Johnson 1987-88 Stacy Johnson 1995 Lisa Jolley 1999-2001 Stephanie Jones 1986 Terri Jones 1986, 1988-90 Charidy Joseph 1997-2000 Biba Jovanovska 2006-07 Lynn Kaiser 1984-87 Lisa Kershaw 1990-92 Susie Ketchem --- Ricci Kilgore 2000 Megan Kimberling 1997 Solana Kline 2002-03,05 Suzanne Klos 1976-77 Kandice Knoelk 2005 Heather Kochman 1993-96 Christine Kohler 1997-2000 Melanie Kohler 1996 Emmy Korth 2004-05, 2006-09 Chelsea Kropushek 2007-09 Laurie Kulken 1981 Chanda Lackey 1995-98 Amy Laffoon 1982 Dorris Lahti 1980 Kelsie Latimore 2010 Andrea Legault 1979 Deb Lehndorf 1980-81 Linda Leonard 1980 Deanne Lipscombe 1996, 98-00 Cathy Lock 1982 Kristin Loedrup 1996-98 Long --- Joanne Lortie 1981-83 Lori Lovell 1977-78 Holly Luby 1988-90 Pam Lunn 1999-2000 Jessica Lyman 2004-05 Gemma Maini 2005, 2007-09 Phyllis Manigault 1986-87 Jacquie Marshall 1976 Raelyn Mathieson 1993 Lisa Matthews 1988 Julie Mattson 1996 Marnae Maughn --- Traci McClure 1996-97 Krista McCullough 2005-07 Sandra McGuirk 1989-91 Julie McKay 1976 Sydney McKelvey 2007-08 Trinelle McKinley 2006-09 Melissa McLimore 2002-07 Maggie McQuade 2003-04 Amanda Merkley 2005 Cassie Merkley 2005-08, 2010 Hillary Merkley 1998-2001 Rachael Merkley 1996-97 Debi Messenger 1978 Sharon Michalski 1977-78 Mailin Miller 1986 Michele Minshall 1984 Debbie Minton --- Jamey Mlady --- Ana Moran 1983-86 Linzy Morgan 2005 Trena Morgan 2005

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2009-10 1983 2004 1981, 84-85 2010 1987-88 --2005-09 1997-98 2007-09 2007-10 1994 1980 1977 1987 1995 1999-2001 1986 1986, 88-90 1997-2000 2006-07 1984-85, 87 1990-91 1992 ----2002-03,05 1976 --1993, 95-97 1997-98 1996 2004-05,06-09 2007-09 1981 1995-98 1981-82 1980 2010 1978-79 1981 1980 1996, 98-00 1982 1996, 98 1980 1981-82 1977-78 1988-89 1999-2001 2003-05 2005,07-09 1986 1976 ----1996 2001 1996 2005-07 1989-91 1976 2007-08 2006-09 2002-07 2003-04 2005 2005-08, 2010 1998-2001 1996-97 1978 1977-78 1986 --1978 1977 1983-86 2005 2005

ALL-TIME ROSTER

Kyle Smith LeRoy Smith Todd Smith Matt Smitheram Greg Smithey John Snook Byron Snyder Mitch Sokol Jim Soloman Quent Sorenson Leroy Spears Jason Spelliscy Ed Spolarich Larry Springer Stafford Wayne Stamper Logan Standley Danny Stephens Phil Stephenson Skylar Stevenson Bruce Stewart Marvin Stewart Kevin Stinger Brad Stocking Eric Strand Evan Strand Matt Swan Zach Stringham Storrs Randy Strong Kenny Stosich Trevor Strupp Ed Sullivan Mike Sullivan Linual Swaby Josh Swatsenbarg Al Taggart Jim Talley Jim Tanner Bill Taylor JD Taylor Matt Taylor Brandon Teeter Landen Teeter Branko Teodorovic Elvis Terry Thomas Thiel Jim Thomas Justin Thomas Louis Thomas Roger Thomas Justin Thompson Kevin Thompson Michael Thompson Thornock Darius Tompkins Harlan Towne Eli Townsend Jared Tracy George Trenkle Paul Tripp Michael Tucker Dick Tullock Lonnie Tullock Vince Tullock Turner John Turner Matt Tyrell Clint Udy John Urrutia Bill Valentine Clayten Vann Mark VanOrden Randy Vanover Bill Vasas Doug Vickerman Eric Victor Rocco Villano Stefan vonCampe

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Heather Morton Sarah Mosler 98 Lana Moss Chris Mueller Emily Mulick Mattie Mulick Alena Munger Tahnea Murphy Tiffany Nash April Near Jill Norby Julie O’Leary Brandy Oliver Christy Oliviera Jennifer Oloff Melissa Oloff Dana Olsen Tina Ostroot Jeni Oxford Chloe Palakovich Oralia Paloma Chelsey Parkinson Norah Parkinson Kelly Pate Hillary Paterson Marci Payne Christina Pederson Theresa Pentecost Lacey Perkins Angela Phillips Roxanne Pickerel Joy Phillips Lisa Podany Nicki Pool Alleen Porter Coleen Porter Jackie Poulson Kristan Poulson Tami Powell Michelle Railsback Kirsten Ranells Jill Raveling Kala Reid Theresa Reynolds Lois Ricardi 08 Katie Roark Lisa Romasko Amanda Rogers Janet Rose Shirley Rosenquist Donilyn Rowland Brittany Rozier Kellie Ryan Dani Salhus Krystal Saling Aimee Sauvageau Tonya Scarborough Shantel Schirado Stefani Schlueter Brittany Schneck Echo Schneider Mary Schrader Debbie Schroeder Christy Schultz Kasie Scott Kim Scott Monica (Jensen) Seward Dawn Shell Jennifer Shellenbarger Elaine Sherman Jamie Shields Haiden Siepert Chris Shoemaker Linda Short Julie Shouey Deanna Shuler Kristie Sigloh

1990-92 1994-95, 97-98

1991 1994-95,97-

2004-05 1994-95 1997-2000 1999-2002 1999-2003 2004 1997-99 1996-99 1995 1984 1996-97, 00-01 1993-94 1996-97 1997-99 2000-01 1980-82, 1984 1993-94 2010 1991 1996 1999-2002 1976-77 --- 1985-88 1997-98 1986-87 2004 2010 1994 1996-98 2003-05 1984 1999-2001 2001 2000-03 1995 1979 2001-03,05 1996-97 1984 2005 --- 2003-06, 2007-08

2004-05 1994-95 1997-2001 1999-2002 2000-03 2004-05 1997-98 1996, 98-99 1995 1984 1996-97, 01 1993-94 1996-97 1997-99 2000-01 1981-82, 84 1993-94 2010 --1996 1999-2002 1976-78 1993 1985-88 1996-98 --2004 2010 --1996-97 2003-05 1984 2001 --2000-03 1995 1979 2001-03,05 1996-97 1984 2005 1993 2003-05,06-

1996 1981-82 1999 2006 1979 2002,05 2006-07 1981 1988-89 2002-03 2005 1982-86 2006-07 1993-94 2004 2005 1979-82 1988-90 1990 2005-08 2001-02,04-05 2004-07 1987, 1989-90 1996-99 1977-78 1985-88 --- 1979-80 1982 1980-81, 1984 2000 2010

1996 1983 1999 2006 1979 2001-02,05 2006-07 --1988-89 2002 2005 1982-84, 86 2007 1993-94 2004 2001-04 1979-82 1988-90 1990 2005-08 2001-04 2004-07 1989-90 1996-99 1977-78 1985-88 2007-08 --1982 1980-81 --2010

Michelle Simmons 1997-99 Erin Simpson 1995 Shannon Sinn 1998-2001 Santina Skeem 1998-99 Sarah Skeem 2001, 2003-04 Audra Smith 2005-07 Kacie Smith 2005 Kelly Smith 2000-01 Tanya Smith 1988-91 Cheri Sneddon 1977 Lee Ann Snell 1979 Becky Sondag 1990-92 Sandy Sparrow 1993-96 Rachel Squires 2002 Anna Stefonick 1994-97 Laura Stein 1995-98 Patty Steinbruecker --- Debi Sticha 1983 Mary Jo Stidham 1988-89 Suzanne Stoddard 2007-08 Malorie (Sunderland) Stoker 2002-05 Holly Streight 2010 Angie Stubblefield 1980-81 Taralyn Summers 2002,05 Jo Susaeta 1976-79 Stacy Sutton 1993-94 Tara Swallow 1997-99 Sadie Sweet 1999-2000 Sue Szubert 1991-94 Teesie Szubert 1986 Candice Talbot 2010 Carrie Talbot 2007-10 Esmerelda Tagabon 1980-83 Belinda Taylor 1995-96 Jill Taylor 1994-97 Kristin Taylor 1993 Barbara Terry --- Kris Thomasberg 2009-10 Koreen Thomason 1979-80 Dalyn Thompson 1989-90 Roanna Thompson 1982 Reve Tortel 2010 Raelyn Tradler 1991-92 Ashley Tucker 2000-03 Jana Tucker 1992-93 Ashley Turner 2005-09 Joan Turner 1977 Sarah Ussing 1998-2000 Lisa Valle 1985 Becky Vasas 1999-2000 Jordan Vaughn 1997-2000 Lynn Viner --- Amanda Vink-Johnston 2007,2009-10 10 Gina Walker 1984 Jennifer Ward --- Sherianne Watts 1995-96 Tiera Weaver 2010 Amber Welty 1986-87, 1989 Erica Wendt 2007-09 Sydney Wendt 2006-09 Layla Mae Wheeler 1993, 1996-97 Mamie Whitman 1983-84 Joanne Whittaker 2001 Cathy Whittemore 1983, 1985-87 Tammy Wilkinson 1979 Brenda Williams 1990 Kaci Williams 2001-04 Katie Williams 2004-07 Mariah Williams 2000-01 Michelle Williams 1988 Marci Wilson 1976-77 Tiffani Wilson 2004-07 Lynn Wingle 1983-85 Curran Wong 1997 Vanessa Wood 2004-05 Tia Woodfin 1993-95 Came Woodland 1999 Brittany Wright 2007-09

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Dr . Arthur C . Vailas Arthur C. Vailas, Ph.D., became the 12th president of Idaho State University on July 1, 2006. President Vailas came to Idaho State University from the University of Houston, where he had held the dual role of vice president for research and intellectual property management, and vice chancellor for research of the University of Houston System. He also held a joint appointment at UH as tenured professor of mechanical engineering, and biology and biochemistry. He held a distinguished chair in the latter discipline. By the time he left UH, that university’s research productivity had grown 400 percent, and UH possessed an impressive intellectual-property portfolio. His skill at developing successful collaborative initiatives helped him obtain funding to establish a number of interdisciplinary research and teaching centers of excellence. One example: the innovative Texas Learning and Computation Center, established with $5.3 million in state and federal funding. TLC2, as it is called, provides a forum in which diverse information-technology projects from across campus come together under a single roof. Its facilities are a fully integrated, state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure and learning complex where technologybased applications are developed and deployed. Dr. Vailas successfully negotiated an unprecedented affiliation agreement with the University of Houston, The Methodist Hospital—a major teaching and research hospital in Houston—and Cornell University Medical College. The agreement facilitates collaborative teaching and research among these institutions. A particularly important accomplishment was Dr. Vailas’s involvement in organizing the multistate, collaborative organization Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA), and his appointment in 2002 to the RPSEA executive board. RPSEA works to help meet America’s need for technology to commercially develop its ultra-deepwater and unconventional onshore hydrocarbon

resources in a safe and environmentally sensitive manner. RPSEA received $100 million in funding per year for 10 years from the U.S. Department of Energy. It is one of the largest national programs for oil and gas exploration and production. Among the important honors Dr. Vailas received while at the University of Houston was a congressional appointment to the national board of the nonprofit Mickey Leland National Urban Air Toxics Research Center. He was later elected vice chairman. The NUATRC, a research facility, gathers scientific information on the human-health effects caused by exposure to air toxics. The center’s research program, developed collaboratively by scientific experts from academia, industry and government, seeks to fill the gaps in scientific data that are required to make sound environmental-health public-policy decisions. In 2002, Texas Gov. Rick Perry appointed Dr. Vailas to the Texas Council on Environmental Technology. Prior to joining the University of Houston, Dr. Vailas held a succession of academic and administrative positions at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, advancing rapidly through the academic ranks. Within three years he was promoted from associate to full professor in the department of kinesiology in the College of Education. He received joint appointments as professor of surgery, in the College of Medicine Division of Orthopedic Surgery, and professor in

Dr. Arthur Vailas talks during the 2007 spring game with former ISU coaching legends Dave Kragthorpe and Babe Caccia.

the College of Agriculture’s department of poultry science. Throughout his time at Madison, 1988 – 1995, he also was director of the university’s Biodynamics Laboratory. He was a mentor to many master’s and doctoral students, an experience that deepened his commitment to putting students first. President Vailas’s successful academic career began at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1982. He was hired that year as assistant professor in the department of physiological science. He was promoted to associate professor in 1988. A personal milestone came for him and his wife, Laura, in 1984 with the birth of their daughter, Alexandra. President Vailas’s Ph.D. degree, from the University of Iowa, is in connective tissue physiology. He completed a three-year postdoctoral fellowship at Iowa that was funded by a National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award, and he was a research fellow of orthopedic surgery. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree magna cum laude in exercise physiology at the University of New Hampshire, which he attended on a football scholarship. President Vailas’s academic credentials include authorship of numerous peer-reviewed scientific articles and publications. He also has been principal investigator in many projects supported by federal grants. He has been a consultant to national health care-related businesses and institutions, and numerous national boards and advisory groups have benefited from his service. Over the course of his career, President Vailas has garnered numerous professional awards. Among them is the International Scholars Award from the University of Houston, and Outstanding Science Achievement Awards from NASA for COSMOS #2229, U.S.-Russian Space Program; and the U.S.-Russian Life Sciences Mission COSMOS #2044. Elected to the NASA Life Sciences Advisory Subcommittee, he served as study section chairman for the American Institute for the Biological Sciences on space biology. In 1988, the National Academy of Sciences Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems elected him to the National Research Council. The native of Manchester, New Hampshire, is the eldest of five sons and a daughter of Greek immigrants. Laura Vailas, Ph.D., is a former associate dean in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Houston.

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President, Idaho State University


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Jeff tingey

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Director of Athletics, Idaho State University Jeff Tingey enters his second full year leading the Idaho State University athletic department, and his first as the Director of Athletics after spending the past year as the interim director. Already, in a short amount of time he has already shown a keen knack for marketing and fundraising, and he has overseen several job openings at Idaho State, including spearheading the largest corporate gift in ISU athletics history, from the Idaho Potato Commission for a new video board in Holt Arena. He became the Interim Athletic Director after spending his first year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Corporate Sales. As the Director of Athletics, Tingey will oversee all aspects of Idaho State’s 15-sport athletic program,

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with specific tasks of raising Idaho State’s profile both in the Big Sky Conference, the West, and within and throughout Southeast Idaho. Already in his short tenure, Tingey has overseen the final aspects of a budget recovery plan that saw Idaho State recover from a near $800,000 deficit to hit the black heading into the 2008-09 season. He has also increased ISU’s marketing presence in the community, bringing in nearly $600,000 in corporate dollars to the athletic department, and expanding ISU’s influence in the region. He also has improved athletic department communication with the implementation of a “Coaches Cabinet”, and he has championed President Vailas’ mantra of transparency as well. Along with the video board, other capital improvements early in his tenure include a refurbishment of the ISU football locker room, getting rid of the old metal lockers for new oak lockers donated as part of the Bengal Locker Room Project. As the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Corporate Sales, Tingey oversaw all Bengal Sport Properties and ISU’s corporate partner program while providing leadership and oversight for marketing and promotions. In 2006-07, Tingey had spent year at Brigham Young, where he handled the marketing profile for football, coordinating game-day presentation, scripts, and pre and post-game activities for the football team. Jeff also oversaw the marketing profiles for men’s volleyball, women’s Volleyball, women’s basketball, softball, golf, cross country, and track and field. Tingey also coordinated many athletic department special events and trade accounts. Jeff graduated from Weber State University, where he ran track for two years, from 2000-2002.

The Tingey Family (L-R): Ammon, Jeff, Kellan, Amber and Burklee

While there, he worked as an intern in the Weber State marketing department, and was then hired as the Assistant Marketing Director after graduating, staying there for four years. While with the Wildcats, he was responsible for the marketing and promotions for women’s Volleyball, volleyball, and basketball, and he also handled a variety of special events for the Wildcats, including the football tailgate party and Big Sky Conference Tournaments. Tingey is a Pocatello native, having lettered in track and football at Highland High School. He then went to Ricks College where he played football and ran track before serving a two-year LDS Mission to Fresno, California. He and his wife Amber have a three-year old son, Ammon and twins Burklee and Kellan

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NANCY GRAZIANO Nancy Graziano enters her 24rd year with the Idaho State University athletic department. After six years as an assistant women’s basketball coach, Graziano assumed the duties of Director of Student Support, and has served as ISU’s NCAA Compliance Coordinator. As the Associate Athletic Director for Student Support Services, she oversees academics, compliance, the training room, the weight room, and the equipment room. Graziano has served for the past 17 years as Idaho State’s Senior Women Administrator. Nancy has taught an introductory orientation class for all incoming freshman and transfer student-athletes. Nancy is the liaison between the student-athletes and academic resources at ISU. She advises and assists the student-athletes in achieving their academic goals. Nancy works with the Faculty Athletic Representative to monitor the Student Athlete’s progress toward graduation and their Big Sky Conference/NCAA academic eligibility. She also works with all coaches,

keeping them informed of their student-athlete’s academic progress, and she handles all questions regarding compliance and NCAA regulations. Nancy regularly holds rules education seminars for the athletic staff on compliance and rules education issues, and she keeps the athletic department updated on new issues and bylaws. She came to Idaho State in 1985 as an assistant women’s basketball coach after a highly successful prep coaching career. Graziano compiled a 284-43 basketball record in 15 years at Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California. Her Alemany softball teams were also 214-28 in 12 years, a total which included 12 league championships. A three-sport coach, Graziano’s volleyball teams were 165-75. Graziano was Girls’ Athletic Director at Alemany (1977-83), Director of Athletics (1983-85), and chaired the Department of Physical Education from 1975-85. Nancy completed her undergraduate work at Cal State Northridge, and earned her Master’s degree in Athletic Administration from Idaho State University in 1990. In 2006 she was honored as the Grand Marshall of the ISU Homecoming Parade.

FRANK MERCOGLIANO Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Frank Mercogliano is entering in his 12th year with Idaho State University, and fifth as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations after previously serving as the Sports Information Director. At Idaho State he handles all aspects of media relations for football, men’s basketball, and softball, as well as academic honors. He also oversees all departmental publications as well as the sports of Volleyball and softball. While at Idaho State, Mercogliano has served as the Media Coordinator for several Big Sky Championships, and he has worked on the media operations staff for the 2005 and 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball West Regional as well as the 2002 NCAA Women’s Basketball West Regional, the 1999 NCAA Track and Field National Championships and the 2000 NCAA Gymnastics National Championships. He has also served on the membership board of the Idaho State University Council of Professional Employees (COPE). In 2003 and 2007, he served as a panelist for the SID Town Meeting at the CoSIDA Convention, discussing current events in intercollegiate athletics as it relates to sports information. Mercogliano had spent the previous four years as the Director of Sports Information at Augusta State University, where he helped publicize the Jaguars in eight NCAA national

tournament appearances. At ASU, Mercogliano was responsible for the publicity of 11 sports, 10 on the NCAA Division II level, and the Division I men’s golf team, which made three national tournament appearances during his tenure. He also served as the first full-time SID at Belmont Abbey College, where he also held the dual title of Carolinas Conference Media Relations Director. While there he also coached South Point High School’s Volleyball team to a two-year record of 30-7-3. In 1993 he was named “Region X Coach of the Year”, and was a runner-up for North Carolina Coach of the Year honors. During his stay in Augusta, Mercogliano served as the official scorer and musical operations director for the Augusta GreenJackets, the Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Twice, Mercogliano was pressed into emergency service as an umpire for the South Atlantic League when the regular umpires became too ill to work. He also served as color analyst for Augusta State basketball as well as handling play-by-play duties for the WRDW Game of the Week in football, basketball and baseball. Mercogliano is a 1992 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, where he earned a degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations. His wife Melissa graduated from Idaho State and is a Boise native. They have three daughters: Jessica, Kristina, and Angela. He earned his master’s degree in athletic administration from Idaho State in the summer of 2006.

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Associate Athletic Director for Student Support Services + Senior Woman Administrator


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Jim Kramer Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Services

Jim Kramer enters his fifth year with Idaho State University as the university’s first Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Services, coming to Pocatello from Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, where he served as the fiscal manager for the IUPUI Sport Complex. With Idaho State, Kramer oversees the athletic budget, and he assists all members of the athletic department with university purchasing policy and procedures. He coordinates all budgetary matters, including team and individual travel, equipment, and much of ISU’s scholarship allocation procedures. Jim was instrument in ISU turning an $800,000 deficit into the black, and he has instituted several new procedures

to help streamline ISU’s fiscal procedures. At IUPUI, Kramer was responsible for a $2.3 million operating budget, and managed their accounts payables and receivables and department payroll. Kramer also handled several facility issues including event ticket sales, overseeing the pro shop and management of the business office staff. Kramer also served for 10 years with the Indianapolis Star/News, contributing to area coverage of various high school, college, and professional events in the greater Indianapolis area. Jim earned his B.B.A in finance and marketing from The Ohio State University in 1986, and his master’s in business administration from the University of Akron in 1993. He and his wife Mary have three children Maura, Joseph, and Thomas.

Jay McMILLAN

ADMINISTRATION

Assistant Athletic Director for Development and Major Gifts

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Jay McMillin enters his 12th year with Idaho State University, and his second as Assistant Athletic Director for Development & Major Gifts after spending two years as the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation. Jay will also coach the women’s golf team this year. As the Director of Major Gifts, McMillin will work with the ISU Development Office to identify and procure major gift contributions to the athletic department. Jay will concentrate much of his time towards raising funds for Bengal Village. Prior to his promotion, Jay was the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation, handling the day-to-day aspects of the largest

and most visible arm of ISU’s fundraising efforts. He coordinated all Bengal Foundation activities, including membership drives, athlete-to-athlete phone-a-thon, golf tournaments, and he also oversaw ISU’s priority seating campaign. No stranger to ISU athletics, Jay spent eight years on staff as an assistant men’s basketball coach, from 1998-2006. With the squad Jay coached ISU’s post players as well as overseeing academics. He graduated in 1988 with a bachelor’s in comprehensive social science from Nebraska Wesleyan University and his master’s in recreation in 1992 from the University of Idaho. Jay and his wife Alisha have four children; Lauren, Cooper, Madalyn, and Emersyn.

DONNA HAYS Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation and Director of Club and Sport Development

Donna Hays enters her 11th year with the Idaho State University athletic department, and this will be her second year as the Executive Director of the Bengal Foundation, while she will continue in her role as Director of Club & Sport Development. Donna is a natural fit to lead the Bengal Foundation. A Pocatello native and lifelong Bengal fan, Hays will interact daily with ISU’s most visible boosters, and she will coordinate all Bengal Foundation activities. Donna will continue to host and plan many of the Bengal Foundation Golf Tournaments as well. In her role as Director of Club & Sport Development

Hays helps coordinate and cultivate all sport specific gift programs. She helped develop the successful Quarterback Club, Cage Club (men’s basketball) and the Fast Break Club which benefits the women’s basketball program. She also coordinates the Matchpoint Club (women’s volleyball), the Keeper Club (women’s Volleyball), the Black Bat Club (women’s softball) and the Birdie Brigade (women’s golf). During the 2000 season she helped develop and still implements the Adopt-a-Grandparent program which teams up with the women’s basketball team. In 2007 she coordinated the inaugural Football 101 Women’s Clinic. Hays coordinates the Bengal Foundation annual auction which is in its 28th year. Donna is married to Steve Hays. They have one son, Kerry who is currently a student at Idaho State University.

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Bobby Goeltz M&W Tennis

Brian Jannsen M&W Cross Country

Jay McMillin Women’s Golf

Dave Nielsen M&W Track & Field

Joe O’Brien Men’s Basketball

Seton Sobolewski Women’s Basketball

Chad Teichert Women’s Volleyball

Andrea Wilson Softball

John Zamberlin Football

Darik Anderson Ticket Manager

Scott Benson Faculty Athletic Rep.

George Casper Holt Arena Director

Hilary Johnson Bengal Dancers

KaLee Kopp Director of Marketing

Shanna Neeser Exec. Asst. to the A.D.

Jamie Schroeder G.A. Sports Information

Matt Steuart Academics

Joel Vickery Compliance Officer

Will Yoder Equipment Manager

Katie Zigars Assistant Director of Sports Information

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Allison Gibson Women’s Volleyball


Bengal Track and Field On June 9, 2005, Idaho State athletics unveiled P.A.W .S ., Proud Athl etes Working and Serving, which is ISU’s community outreach program. P.A.W.S. showcases ISU’s commitment to the communities of Southeast Idaho as an active participant.

In the three years since the program’s inception, Bengal Athletics has been a part of numerous community projects, including the D.A.R.E. program, community roadside cleanup, the Special Olympics, Secret Santa, and other events.

Parris Hodges Women’s Cross Country President

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Sarah Carson Volleyball Secretary

Amorrow Morgan Men’s Basketball Vice President

Ryan Davis Men’s Cross Country Treasurer

Mission Statement of the National SAACs “The mission of the National Collegiate Athletic Association StudentAthlete Advisory Committee is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare and fostering a positive student-athlete image.”

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Ron Boone

Radio/TV Broadcaster for the Utah Jazz

Bill Byrne

Texas A & M University Athletic Director

John Foreman

Producer of the movie “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”

I. Herbert Gordon

Peabody Award Winner, former NBC Executive

Steve Hayes

10-Year Veteran of the National Basketball Association

Florence Bean James

Theatre Director

General Amos Jordan

Brigadier U.S. General and President and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Wally Kelly

President, Viacom Outdoor

Peter C. Kole

Chair of the New England Albanian Relief Organization (NEARO)

Senator James McClure

U.S. Senator 1973-91, Namesake of The James A. McClure Federal Building and Courthouse in Boise

Lewis J. Neal

President of NOXSO Corporation

Les Purce

President of Evergreen State College

Ed Sanders

Won the Olympic Gold Medal in heavyweight boxing for the United States in 1952

Major General Antonio Taguba

U.S. Army Major General who authored the investigative report about abuses of Iraqis at the Abu Ghraib prison at the hands of American soldiers.

Antonio Taguba

Taguba is the second-highest ranking FilipinoAmerican officer in the U.S. Army

David Thomas

World renowned dinosaur sculptor

Dr. Claude Zobell

Marine Microbiologist for the Scripps Oceanographic Institute

Michael C. Ruettgers (left) is the CEO of EMC Corporation, the second largest business in the United States.

Stacy Dragila won the Olympic Gold Medal in the inaugural women’s pole vault in Sydney in 2000.

Merril Hoge is a reporter for ESPN, and host of the Edge/ NFL Matchup.

Associated Press

Director of Center for International Trade and Security

William Petersen is a veteran actor who starred as Gil Grissom in the nation’s most popular show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Jared Allen signed a free agent with the Minnesota Vikings in 2008, become the highest paid defensive lineman in the NFL.

Bruce Nelson (left) is the CEO of Office Depot.

Marvin Lewis is the head coach for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Sue Ann Langdon/David McClure

Dr. Gary K. Bertsch

Associated Press

Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Education

Associated Press

Terrel Bell

Roger Williams

Cleaning Authority & Author

Associated Press

Don Aslett

Cincinnati Bengals

World Famous Tenor

Ed Sanders won the Olympic Gold Medal in heavyweight boxing for the U.S. is 1952.

Roger Williams is a world famous pianist, who has had 18 of his albums certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Sue Ann Langdon starred on both stage and screen.

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NOTABLE ISU ALUMNI

Other Notable Alumni Hans Gregory Ashbaker

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Bengal Champions

BENGAL CHAMPIONS

The Idaho State athletic department has a storied past sprinkled with Olympians, pro athletes, NCAA and Big Sky champions as well as AllAmericans.

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On the National Stage In the 100-plus year history of ISU athletics, the teams have totaled 29 NCAA post-season appearances and one AIAW showing. Probably the most visible of those appearances culminated in the Bengals winning the NCAA Division I football championship in 1981. Bengal athletes have also earned 18 NCAA individual championships, including 16 in boxing, a sport which was discontinued by the NCAA in 1961. Ninety-eight Bengals have garnered national recognition in the form of AllAmerica honors, since records were kept. Forty-six footballers along with 50 individuals from the track and cross country programs have received the prestigious athletic award. One Bengal, Jared Allen, has also garnered ISU’s only National Player of the Year Award, as he was named the 2003 Buck Buchanan Award winner. In the Conference Idaho State has been successful on the conference level, tallying 71 Big Sky postseason appearances including 38 championship titles. The Bengal track/ cross country program has nabbed 21

Big Sky team titles dating back to the 1963-64 season - the most of any ISU program. Before joining the Big Sky Conference, ISU also boasted 29 more postseason conference appearances, 12 in men’s basketball, nine in track and five in football as a member of the Rocky Mountain Conference as well as three in volleyball as a part of the Mountain West Athletic Conference. Of those 29 appearances, the Bengals took home 26 titles, nine each in men’s basketball and track, five in football and two in volleyball. Individual Bengal athletes have also found success on the Big Sky level, snagging 298 conference titles overall. ISU tracksters have garnered 276 of those titles, while men’s and women’s tennis athletes have contributed 20 to the total and men’s and women’s golf have one each to its credit. On Top of the World Idaho State’s reach has not ended with the college ranks as several ISU athletes have gone on to the professional and elite ranks in their respective sports. NBA teams have picked up 15 Idaho State hoopsters since 1963, while 39 Bengals have played, or are currently playing in the NFL. The Arena Football League has claimed several Bengals on its rosters while over 20 former ISU players have suited up in the Canadian

Football League. Idaho State players have also been well represented in the Indoor Pro Football League, the National Indoor Football League, the Arena Football League, and one Bengal even strapped on an XFL helmet. Over 10 Bengals have also played in AF2. But ISU’s cream of the crop athletes have made it to the highest level of competition in the world; the Olympic Games. Eleven Bengals beginning in the 1952 Games have represented ISU and their respective

countries at the Olympics. Four boxers, five track athletes and two coaches have competed for four different countries at eight different Olympic Games, highlighted by Stacy Dragila winning gold in the inaugural women’s pole vault in Sydney, Australia.

Bengal Champions National Tournament Appearences 13 Men’s Basketball 5 Women’s Basketball 4 Women’s Volleyball 4 Women’s Volleyball 2 Football 2 Men’s Cross Country National Team Championships 2 Boxing 1 Football National Individual Championships 16 Boxing 1 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field 1 Men’s Cross Country All-Americans 47 Football 24 Outdoor Track and Field 20 Indoor Track and Field 6 Cross Country 2 Women’s Basketball

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Idaho State Ring of Honor

1) Have his or her number retired 2) Have competed in the Olympic Games 3) Have brought fame and national attention to Idaho State University For teams to be inducted, they must win a national championship.

Ring of Honor Inductees , Inducted on January 30 1999 unless otherwise noted

Jared Allen, football (11/7/2009) Ed Bell, football Lawrence Butler, men’s basketball Babe Caccia, football, coach, athletic director Stacy Dragila, track Case deBruijn, football Merril Hoge, football Milton ‘Dubby’ Holt, football, coach, athletic director Tom Jewell, football, coach, athletic director Jim Killingsworth, coach Dave Kragthorpe, coach Mike Machurek, football Les Roh, men’s basketball Ed Sanders, boxing Dave Wagnon, men’s basketball Ellsworth ‘Spider’ Webb, boxing Amber Welty-Cnossen, track National Championship Team Inducted 1953 boxing team 1957 boxing team 1981 football team

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RING OF HONOR

In January of 1999, the Idaho State athletic department instituted the ISU Ring of Honor. Encircling the top of Holt Arena, the Ring of Honor is for the truly outstanding men and women in Idaho State University history. On January 30, 1999, the first 16 individuals were enshrined in the Ring of Honor, along with Idaho State’s three national championship teams. In 2009, Idaho State inducted the 17 individual into the Ring of Honor as Jared Allen earned the nod and had his jersey retired. In order to earn induction into the Ring of Honor, a candidate must meet one of the following criteria:


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THE ISU SPORTS HALL OF FAME All-time greats and Bengal legends are inducted every year into the ISU Athletic Hall of Fame. The ISU Sports Hall of Fame was established in the 1960s by former athletic director John Vesser and other members of the athletic department staff. After moving from Reed Gym to Holt Arena, the Hall of Fame became inactive until 1977, when Bob Hilliard became president of the Alumni Board of Directors. Chaired by Hall of Famer Glenn Alford, the Hall has enshrined 162 athletes since 1977. In 1994, the Hall of Fame found a new home in the Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, where photographs of each member hang. The following guidelines have been established for admittance into the ISU Sports Hall of Fame: 1) A candidate must have attended the Academy of Idaho, Idaho Technical Institute, University of Idaho Southern Branch, Idaho State College, or Idaho State University for at least one year. 2) A candidate must have excelled in one of the intercollegiate sports programs. 3) A candidate must have been out of school for at least ten years. In addition, only members of the Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee are eligible to vote for induction, and consideration is given to nominees for recognition received, as well as contributions to the university, after leaving the institution.

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Dave Abeyta, 1954-59, boxing Gary Aizawa, 1961-64, football Glenn Alford, 1967-98, sports information director Jack Allain, 1956-57, basketball, track Jared Allen, 2000-03, football Ray Allred, 1976-77, football Peter Amarteifio, 1974-77, track Jerry Armstrong, 1958-60, boxing Chick Atkinson, 1936-38, football, track, basketball Jon R. Austin, 1974-78, track Don Axtell, 1961-65, tennis Dan Axtman, 1957-58, boxing Arnie Bagley, 1979-83, wrestling, football Rick Bauer, 1951-55, basketball, track Samuel B. Beckham, 1952-54, basketball Ed ‘Flea’ Bell, 1967-69, football, track Trevor Bell, 1995-97, football Jerry Bellon, 1947-49, football Sam Bennion, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner John Berry, 1969-73, wrestling Gary E. Bills, 1966-69, track, James F. Blake, 1947-49, football D.W. ‘Bud’ Bliss, 1922-24, football, track, wrestling Kevin Bodily, 1968-73, swimming, water polo Anthony Bolden, 1974-77, track Mary ‘Charly’ Bond, 1977-80, basketball Ron Boone, 1965-68, basketball, track Larry D. Brackenbury, 1951-55, football, baseball John W. Briggs, 1964-67, track Ernie Brooks, 1935-37, football, track

Wally Buono, 1968-71, football Bruce Burnett, 1970-74, wrestling Lawrence Butler, 1978-79, basketball Craig Byington, 1971-74, track Mark Byrnes, 1988-89, track I.J. ‘Babe’ Caccia, 1936-38, football, wrestling John C. Caccia, 1970-72, wrestling Mike Calley, 1984-87, football Walt Carte, 1936-38, football, basketball Bob Conley, 1952-55, track Doran ‘Bus’ Connor, 1952-55, football, basketball, baseball Jeff Cook, 1974-78, basketball Dennis Critchfield, 1954-57, track and field Arthur M. Crump, 1960-64, basketball, track Dewey Cunningham, 1950-51, basketball Gary Cutright, 1964-67, swimming Courtney Davis, 1993-96, volleyball Case deBruijn, 1978-81, football Gerald Dellinger, 1934-36, football, basketball Dennis DeWitt, 1956-61, track Harry Dickson, 1946-49, football Sue Doucette, 1980-83, track Stacy Dragila, 1992-95, track and field Jerry C. Dunne, 1967-70, football, track Tim Dunne, 1966-69, track Bobby Dye, 1958, 60-62, basketball, Dale Dykman, 1940-42, basketball, football, track Ralph Leif Erickson, 1924-25, baseball, football, basketball Hal Espy, 1956-60, boxing Marlin Felton, 1950-54, football, track Timothy Fisher, 1969-73, wrestling Ev Fopma, 1971-73, basketball Chuck Forrestal, 1958-61 Jim & Su Fox, Lifetime Achievement Award Len ‘Buddy’ Frazier, 1964-66, basketball, track Gilbert French, 1931-33, football, track Kie Froman, 1983-84, tennis Dr. Laurence E. Gale, 1956-60, football Greta Garver (Hannemann), 1987-91, women’s basketball Dr. P.R. ‘Paddy’ Garver, 1949-51, boxing Howard ‘Howdy’ Greaves, 1938-42, basketball Ronald ‘Hoot’ Hale, 1931-34, basketball Dale Hammond, 1947, boxing Leroy Harris, 1966-69, football, wrestling Lloyd Harris, 1954-56, 57-58, basketball Sherwood Dunn Hauck, 1928-29, wrestling Steve Hayes, 1974-77, basketball Billy Haynes, 1956-59, boxing Alice Heberlein, 1980-83, volleyball Mike Heberlein, 1968-71, football, tennis Lori Heeter (Thomas), 1989-92, volleyball, basketball Pat Herrington, 1979-82, track Robert W. Hilliard, 1947-49, football Boyd W. Hodson, 1925-26, football, track, basketball Merril Hoge, 1983-86, football Rod C. Hohnhorst, football, track Tom Hofmann, 1970-74, football Donn Holston, 1982-87, men’s basketball Milton W. ‘Dubby’ Holt, 1936-38, football, track Bill Horrocks, 1953-57, basketball, track, baseball Wiley Howell, 1938-40, football, boxing, wrestling Brad Humphreys, 1962-65, tennis

Ralph Hutchinson, 1920-28, football, basketball, baseball coach Nancy (Imhoff) Jones, 1985-89, basketball Bill Ingram, 1966-68, football, baseball Marcus Jackson, 1993-96, football Tom Jewell, 1958-60, football Linda (Johnson) Barbour, 1975-79, track, volleyball, basketball Jerald Jones, 1972-76, track, cross country Lamont Jones, 1949-52, football Larry Kent, 1951-55, football Susie Ketchum (Johnson), 1989-93, volleyball Colonel David V.S. Kirkpatrick, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Albert D. Kirlan, 1947-50, basketball, football, track Vic Kobe, 1952-54, boxing Jim Koetter, 1959-61, football, track George Kom, 1956-58, football, track Charles “Chuck” Koval, 1952-55, basketball, track and field Dave Kragthorpe, Lifetime Achievement Award Steve Kuharski, 1963-67, baseball Ralph ‘Mutt’ Lacey, 1934-36, football, track Jim Lane, 1980-82, football Bernard ‘Jake’ LaRue, 1947-49, football, track, basketball Carl Lawson, 1970-74, track Dale Leatham, 1954-58, boxing, football Bobby Leute, 1931-33, football, basketball Larry Lewis, 1967-70, track Marvin Lewis, 1977-80, football Phil Luckey, 1960-65, cross country, track Buck MacGillivray, 1956-59, track Mike Machurek, 1980-81, football Dr. Theodore Maheras, 1948-50, boxing Woodie Marcus, 1960, boxing Debbie (Masak) Jenkins, 1987-90, volleyball John McCarthy, 1965-66, football Robert ‘Bobby’ McCullom, 1954-57, boxing Mike M. McMurtry, 1954-56, boxing M.R. “Mick” Mickleson, Lifetime Achievement Award Ben Miller, 1963-66, track John Miller, 1960-64, football Ray Millward, 1968-70, wrestling, football Stacey Ann (Wanczyk) Mortensen, 1989-91, basketball Dr. Lewis G. ‘Blinky’ Neal, 1952-55, boxing Sandra D. Noakes, Lifetime Achievement Award Ed Norby, 1910-22, football, basketball, track, tennis, baseball Cyril Okamoto, 1957, boxing Harry Oliphant, 1967-68, wrestling Tom O’Riordan, 1957-61, track, cross country Tina Ostroot, 1980-82, track, cross country Don Papenberg, 1959-60, football Jay Paris, 1947-49, football Marci Payne-Morrison, 1984-88, track Stephanie Pemper, 1988-92, basketball Cal Percy, 1967-71, swimming, water polo Ken Peterson, 1954-58, football Richard H. ‘Dick’ Pettit, 1950-54, track Felix Plastino, 1923-24, football Earl R. Pond, 1946-49, football Jim Potter, 1991-95, basketball Steve Proniewych, 1968-73, baseball, football Clarence ‘Buddy’ Rausch, 1958-59, boxing Willis A. ‘Tuffy’ Reynolds, 1934-36, football Pete Richardson, 1948-49, football Ronald Rall, 1954-58, boxing

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Ginger Reid, 1973-77, basketball, softball Angela Roberts, 1993-95, Volleyball Dr. Brand D. Robinson, 1975-79, basketball Les Roh, 1953-56, basketball John Roman, 1970-74, football Roger Rouse, 1955-57, boxing Ed Sanders, 1951-52, boxing, football Ben Sanford, 1961-63, football Billy Satterfield, 1967-69, baseball, football Art Scott, 1961-65, track, cross country Rick Scribner, 1975-76, football Dr. Leno Seppi, 1948-50, football Bill Shaw, 1961-64, football Walter ‘Cy’ Shepardson, 1957-59, boxing Robert ‘Dutch’ Sherman, 1946-48, basketball, football Debbie Shively-Hadley, 1984-87, volleyball Gail Siemen, 1956-58, basketball, baseball Lyle Smith, 1933-35, football, basketball Margaret Smith-Raitt, 1984-87, volleyball Bill Snapp, 1979-82, football Ursal ‘Ginger Jack’ Snapp, 1941-43, boxing, football Tammy Sorenson, 1979-82, softball Steve (Amos R.) Stephens, 1928-30, football, wrestling Marie (Stielow) Andersson, 1984-86, volleyball Carlton I. Tanaka, 1968-69, wrestling, football William ‘Spud’ Tatro, 1926-27, football, track, baseball Pauline (Semons) Thiros, 1992-95, volleyball Ed Thompson, 1976-77, basketball F.G. ‘Brick’ Thompson, 1928-29, track Holly Togiai, Basketball, 1993-97 Tom Toner, 1968-72, football Paul Tripp, 1953-59, football Otto Tronowski, 1936-38, football Dick Tullock, 1973-78, track Ray W. Turner, 1939-40, basketball, football Wendell Twitchell, 1933-36, football, boxing, wrestling John M. Vesser, 1941-67, football coach, athletic director Dave Wagnon, 1964-66, basketball Jim Wagstaff, 1955-58, football Dave Walser, 1978-81, football Homer Watkins, Jr., 1958-60, basketball Ellsworth ‘Spider’ Webb, 1952-54, boxing, football Amber Welty, 1987-90, track and field Tom West, faculty athletic representative Jim Wharton, 1967-71, track Jason Whitmer, 1987-90, football Guy Wicks, 1931-41, football coach, basketball coach Paul D. Wilson, 1976-77, track & field Lynne Wingle-Colvin, 1983-84, track & field Lincoln Yamashita, swimming Rick Yeates, 1964-68, wrestling Nick Ysursa, 1970-74, baseball, basketball


2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide Athletics Administration

Jeff Tingey............................................ 282-5694 Director of Athletics (tingjeff@isu.edu) Nancy Graziano.................................. 282-4503 Associate A.D. for Student Support Services & Senior Woman Administrator (graznanc@isu.edu) Frank Mercogliano.............................. 282-2621 Assistant A.D. for Media Relations (mercfran@isu.edu) Jim Kramer........................................... 282-2692 Assistant A.D. for Financial Services (kramjame@isu.edu) Jay McMillin......................................... 282-3733 Assistant A.D. for Development and Major Gifts (mcmijay@isu.edu) Shanna Neeser.................................... 282-4064 Executive Assistant to the A.D. ............. (neesshan@isu.edu) Samantha Congdon........................... 282-4668 Administrative Assistant (congsama@isu.edu)

Student Support

Nancy Graziano.................................. 282-4503 Associate A.D. for Student Support Services & Senior Woman Administrator (graznanc@isu.edu) Joel Vickery.........................................282-3332 Director of Compliance (vickjoel@isu.edu) Matt Steuart..........................................282-2575 Director of Academic Services (steumatt@isu.edu) Crystal Ross.......................................... 282-2972 Student Insurance Coordinator (rosscrys@isu.edu) Dr. Scott Benson.................................. 282-2860 Faculty Athletic Representative (bensscot@isu.edu)

Development/External

Jay McMillin.........................................282-3733 Assistant A.D. for Development and Major Gifts (mcmijay@isu.edu) Donna Hays..........................................282-5773 Dir. of Bengal Sport Properties (haysdonn@isu.edu) KaLee Kopp..........................................282-5781 Director of Marketing, Promotions & Game Operations........................ (koppkale@isu.edu) Jerry Miller............................................282-2688 Director of Broadcasting (milljerr@isu.edu) Mary Ellen Zamberlin...........................282-2397 Volunteer Foundation Assistant......................... .........................................(zambmary@isu.edu) Susan Stanridge...................................282-4528 Special Events Planner......(stansusa@isu.edu) Facilities and Operations George Casper....................................282-3398

Director of Events (caspgeor@isu.edu) Darik Anderson....................................282-4093 Ticket Manager (andedari@isu.edu) Mike Dooley.........................................282-4170 Concessions Manager (doolmike@isu.edu) Will Yoder............................................. 282-3373 Equipment Manager (yodewill@isu.edu) Lorilee Chandler.................................. 282-4931 Ticketing Administrative Assistant (chanlori@isu.edu) Paula Corbin........................................ 282-4952 Ticketing Administrative Assistant (corbpaul@isu.edu) Randy Dirikson.....................................282-2505 Maintenance (dirirand@isu.edu)

Business Operations

Jim Kramer........................................... 282-2692 Assistant A.D. for Financial Services (kramjame@isu.edu) Susan Fuger.......................................... 282-3356 Financial Technician (fugesusa@isu.edu) Brenda Murphy....................................282-5349 Assistant Financial Technician (murpbren@isu.edu) Jorja Lewis............................................282-3399 Holt Arena Financial Technician (lewijorj@isu.edu)

Media Relations

Frank Mercogliano.............................. 282-2621 Assistant A.D. for Media Relations (mercfran@isu.edu) Katie Zigars.......................................... 282-3651 Asst. Media Relations Director (zigakath@isu.edu) Jaime Schroeder.......................................... TBA Media Relations G.A. (schrjaim@isu.edu)

Athletic Training

Jodi Wotowey...................................... 282-3651 Head Athletic Trainer (wotojodi@isu.edu) Tom Brock............................................ 282-3408 Assistant Athletic Trainer (brocthom@isu.edu) Ryan Cromie........................................282-3408 Assistant Athletic Trainer (cromryan@isu.edu) Greg Obray.......................................... 282-3408 Assistant Athletic Trainer (obragreg@isu.edu) Phil Luckey........................................... 282-3408 Athletic Trainer (luckphil@isu.edu) Brandy Crum........................................ 282-3408 Grad. Asst. Athletic Trainer (crumbran@isu.edu)

Strength & Conditioning

Mark Campbell ..................................282-3035 Head Strength Coach (campmark@isu.edu) Kristen Kehrer.......................................282-3035

G.A. Strength Coach (campmark@isu.edu)

Idaho State Coaching Staffs Football (282-2779; 282-4388 FAX)

John Zamberlin.................................... 282-2779 Head Coach (zambjohn@isu.edu) Steve Amrine....................................... 282-2704 Assistant Coach/Safeties (amristev@isu.edu) Junior Falevai....................................... 282-3376 Assistant Coach/Tight Ends (falejuni@isu.edu) Jon Clark.............................................. 282-3376 Assistant Coach/Offensive Line (clarjon@isu.edu) Phil Earley.............................................282-3290 Assistant Coach/Off. Coord. & QBs (earlphil@isu.edu) Drew Miller........................................... 282-3376 Assistant Coach/WRs (milldrew@isu.edu) Joe Cullen............................................ 282-3312 Assistant Coach/Asst. DL (culljoe@isu.edu) Brian Strandley.................................... 282-3389 Assistant Coach/Off. Coord./DL (strabria@isu.edu) Kenyon Blue......................................... 282-4909 Assistant Coach/CBs (bluekeny@isu.edu) Nick Whitworth..................................... 282-4908 Assistant Coach.Rec. Coord./RB (whitnick@isu.edu)

Holly Robertson................................... 282-3493 Graduate Assistant Coach (robeholl@isu.edu) Cody VanFleet.................................... 282-4492 Director of Basketball Operations (vanfcody@isu.edu)

Track & Field/Cross Country (282-3760 FAX)

Dave Nielsen....................................... 282-3299 Head Cross Country Coach (nieldavi@isu.edu) Brian Janssen ...................................... 282-3297 Head Cross Country Coach (jansbria@isu.edu) Jackie Poulson.................................... 282-3299 Assistant Coach (pouljack@isu.edu) Zeb Sion................................................ 282-3299 Assistant Coach (sionzeb@isu.edu)

Women’s Volleyball (282-2659 FAX)

Allison Gibson...................................... 282-2925 Head Coach (gibsalli@isu.edu) Becky Hogan....................................... 282-4263 Assistant Head Coach (hogabeck@isu.edu)

Women’s Softball (282-2659 FAX)

Kellie Hooper....................................... 282-3733 Head Golf Coach (kelliejhooper@yahoo.com)

Andrea Wilson..................................... 282-5269 Head Coach (wilsandr@isu.edu) Shelly Prochaska................................. 282-5269 Assistant Coach (procshel@isu.edu)

Men’s Basketball (282-4784 FAX)

Women’s Volleyball (282-4202 FAX)

Golf

Joe O’Brien.......................................... 282-4552 Head Coach (obrijoe@isu.edu) Tim Walsh............................................. 282-3361 Assistant Coach (walstim@isu.edu) Geoff Alexander.................................. 282-3286 Assistant Coach (alexgeof@isu.edu) Cory O’Brien........................................ 282-5697 Graduate Assistant Coach (obricory@isu.edu) Cody VanFleet.................................... 282-4492 Director of Basketball Operations (vanfcody@isu.edu)

Women’s Basketball (282-4784 FAX)

Seton Sobolewski................................ 282-3381 Head Coach (soboseto@isu.edu) Angela Munger................................... 282-2801 Assistant Coach (mungange@isu.edu) Jordan Green...................................... 282-3623 Assistant Coach (greejord@isu.edu)

Chad Teichert...................................... 282-4552 Head Coach (teicchad@isu.edu) David Hyte........................................... 282-4595 Assistant Coach (hytedavi@isu.edu) Katie Edgson........................................ 282-5930 Assistant Coach (hurskath@isu.edu)

Tennis (282-4202 FAX)

Bobby Goeltz....................................... 233-4742 Head Coach (rgoeltz508@yahoo.com)

Spirit Squads

Hilary Johnson..................................... 282-4547 Head Coach Bengal Dancers (johnhil2@isu.edu) Carlie Colonel..................................... 282-4547 Head Cheerleading Coach (colocarl@isu.edu) Lindsay Tucker..................................... 282-4547 Assistant Coach Bengal Dancers (tucklind@isu.edu)

Bengal Track and Field

STAFF DIRECTORY

(208-282-2771; 282-4063 FAX) Holt Arena, P.O. Box 8173, Pocatello, ID 83209 Located in Holt Arena, South Side

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Bengal Track and Field Print Media - Local Idaho State Journal 305 South Arthur Avenue P.O. Box 431 Pocatello, Idaho 83204 208-239-3131 Fax: 208-233-8007 Staff Kelvin Ang (kang@journalnet.com) Dan Angell (dangell@journalnet.com) Idaho Falls Post Register 333 Northgate Mile Idaho Falls, Idaho 83403 208-524-6772 Fax: 208-529-9683 Staff Jeff Pinkham (prsports@postregister.com)

MEDIA DIRECTORY

Blackfoot Morning News 34 North Ash Blackfoot, Idaho 83221 208-785-1100 Fax: 208-785-4239 Staff Mark High, editor (sports@cableone.net)

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The Bengal Idaho State University P.O. Box 8123 Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-282-4812 Fax: 208-282-4600 Staff TBA, editor

Print Media - Regional Idaho Statesman P.O. Box 40 Boise, ID 83707 208-377-6419 Fax: 208-373-6505 Staff Mike Prater (mprater@idahostatesman.com) Chadd Cripe (ccripe@idahostatesman.com) Nick Jezierny (njezierny@idahostatesman.com) Idaho Press Tribune P.O. Box 9399 Nampa, ID 83652 208-467-9251 Fax: 208-467-9562 Staff: Colin Howser (sports@idahopress.com)

Phil Dailey (pdailey@idahopress.com) William Love (wlove@idahopress.com) Twin Falls - Times News P. O. Box 548 Twin Falls, Idaho 83303 800-658-3883 Fax: 208-734-5538 Staff: Mike Christensen (mike.christensen@lee.net) Brad Guire (brad.guire@lee.net)

Print Media - National Associated Press - Seattle 3131 Elliot Avenue Suite 750 Seattle, Washington 98121 206-682-1812 Fax: 206-621-1948 Staff Tim Korte, editor (tkorte@ap.org) The Sports Network Suite 200 2200 Byberry Rd. Hatboro, PA 19040 800-583-5499 Fax: 800-583-6195 Staff Dave Coulson (dcoulson@sportsnetwork.com) Stats, Inc 2775 Shermer Rd. Northbrook, IL 60062 1-847-583-2100 Fax: 1-847-583-2600 Staff (sportsnews@stats.com)

Broadcast Media - Local KPVI TV-6 (NBC affiliate) 902 East Sherman Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-235-3155 Fax: 208-234-3650 KIDK TV-3 (CBS affiliate) 214 East Center Street Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-233-3333 208-523-8922 (Idaho Falls Office) Fax: 208-522-5103 Staff Ted Dawson (tedd@kidk.com)

KIFI TV-8 (ABC affiliate) 150 South Main Street Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-233-8888 208-525-8888 (Idaho Falls Office) Fax: 208-529-2443 Staff Scott Bemis (sbemis@localnews8.com) Alyssa Chin (achin@localnews8.com)

Radio - Regional KSEI 930 AM (Fox Sports Affiliate) 544 North Arthur Pocatello, Idaho 83204 208-233-2121 Fax: 208-234-0105 Staff Don Craig (doncraig@pacempire.com) KISU 91.1 FM Pond Student Union Box 8014 Pocatello, Idaho 83201 208-282-3691 Staff Jerry Miller (milljerr@isu.edu) KWIK 1240 AM 259 East Center Street Pocatello, Idaho 83204 208-233-1133 Fax: 208-232-1240

Broadcast Media - Regional KMVT TV-11 (CBS affiliate) 1100 Blue Lakes Road North Twin Falls, Idaho 83301 208-733-1100 Fax: 208-734-1074 Staff Travis Justice (travis@action3news.com) Matt Seigel (matt@action3news.com) KTRV (FOX affiliate) P.O. Box 1212 Nampa, Idaho 83652 208-466-1200 (ext. 210) Fax: 208-466-4861 Staff Nate Kuester (nkuester@ktrv.com) KBCI TV-2 (ABC affiliate) 140 North 16th Street Boise, Idaho 83702

2009-10 Idaho State Track and Field Media Guide

208-472-2203 Fax: 208-472-2211 Staff J Bates (jbates@kbcitv.com) Troy Oppie (toppie@kbcitv.com) KIVI TV-6 (ABC affiliate) 1866 East Chisholm Drive Nampa, Idaho 83661 208-381-6663 Fax: 208-381-6681 Staff Joe Hughes (hughes@journalbroadcastgroup. com) KTVB TV-7 (NBC affiliate) P.O. Box 7 Boise, Idaho 83707 208-375-5617 Fax: 208-375-7770 Staff Justin Corr (jcorr@ktvb.com) Zach Wolken (zwolken@ktvb.com)

Broadcast Media - National ESPN ESPN Plaza Bristol, Connecticut 06010 860-585-2000 Fax: 860-766-2422 (Breaking News) Fax: 860-766-7174 (ESPN.com) College Sports TV Chelsea Piers, Pier 62 New York, NY 10011 212-342-8700 Fax: 212-342-8899 Staff Dave Seigerman (pr@cstv.com) Eric Handler (pr@cstv.com) College Sports Online 2035 Corte Del Nogal, Suite 250 Carlsbad, CA 92009 760-431-8221 Fax: 760-431-8108 Allan May (amay@collegesports.com)


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