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INDOOR SEASON 12/7/12..... AIR FORCE HOLIDAY OPEN............... COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. 2/2/13....... BRONCO CLASSIC.....................................................BOISE, IDAHO 2/8/13....... HUSKY CLASSIC.................................................. SEATTLE, WASH. 2/9/13....... HUSKY CLASSIC.................................................. SEATTLE, WASH. 2/10/13..... UW OPEN............................................................. SEATTLE, WASH. 2/17/13..... RUN FOR THE DREAM............................................FRESNO, CALIF. 2/21/13..... MW INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP...................................BOISE, IDAHO 2/22/13..... MW INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP...................................BOISE, IDAHO 2/23/13..... MW INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP...................................BOISE, IDAHO

OUTDOOR SEASON 3/2/13....... CAL OPENER (MEN ONLY)................................. PALO ALTO, CALIF. 3/9/13....... CAL POLY - DUAL (@ BUCHANAN HIGH SCHOOL) ................ CLOVIS, CALIF. 3/16/13..... CAL POLY INVITE................................... SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF. 3/22/13..... UC IRVINE SPRING BREAK INVITE...........................IRVINE, CALIF. 3/23/13..... UC IRVINE SPRING BREAK INVITE...........................IRVINE, CALIF. 3/29/13..... STANFORD INVITE............................................ PALO ALTO, CALIF. 3/30/13..... STANFORD INVITE............................................ PALO ALTO, CALIF. 4/6/13....... MW WOMEN’S CHALLENGE (@ BUCHANAN HIGH SCHOOL).... CLOVIS, CALIF. 4/12/13..... UNLV RANDALL CUNNINGHAM INVITE................LAS VEGAS, NEV.

4/13/13..... UNLV RANDALL CUNNINGHAM INVITE................LAS VEGAS, NEV. 4/18/13..... MT. SAC................................................................ WALNUT, CALIF. 4/19/13..... MT. SAC................................................................ WALNUT, CALIF. 4/19/13..... BRYAN CLAY INVITE................................................AZUSA, CALIF. 4/20/13..... MT. SAC................................................................ WALNUT, CALIF. 4/27/13..... BULLDOG OPEN (@ BUCHANAN HIGH SCHOOL).................... CLOVIS, CALIF. 5/8/13....... MW OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP...........................LAS VEGAS, NEV. 5/9/13....... MW OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP...........................LAS VEGAS, NEV.

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Competitive FaCilities Fresno state aquatics center

The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for Kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

Beiden Field

Fresno State’s Pete Beiden Field is one of the premier college ballparks in the country and home to the 2008 College World Series Champion Bulldogs. The facility was built in 1966 and redesigned in 1983. It features 3,575 theater-style seats, a spacious press box, locker rooms, new restrooms and concession stands, offices for the coaching staff, indoor and outdoor batting cages and six mounds inside two bullpens.

Bulldog stadium

Bulldog Stadium has established itself as one of the most difficult places to win for visiting teams. One of the premier stadiums in the Western Athletic Conference, Bulldog Stadium seats 41,031 fans and features 22 sky suites. In 2004, Bulldog Stadium was voted one of the 25 best college football stadiums by CBSSportsline.com.

Bulldog diamond

Regarded as one of the finest softball facilities in the country, Bulldog Diamond boasts a seating capacity of 3,288. The stadium features 1,688 permanent seat-back chairs that include 388 box seats, a beautiful grass berm that surrounds the outfield fence, sunken dugouts, lights, concessions stands, restrooms, practice areas, indoor and outdoor batting cages and one of the most spacious press boxes in all of college softball.

Fresno golF courses

With the wide array of golf courses in close proximity to the Fresno State campus, Bulldog golfers have the opportunity to refine their skills at some of California’s finest clubs. San Joaquin CC hosted the NCAA Championship final, WAC Championships and U.S. Mid-Amateur; Sunnyside CC hosted the 1981 U.S. Junior Amateur and California State Junior Championship; and Fort Washington CC hosted two PGA Tour qualifiers. The official practice course is Riverbend Golf Club.

the ricchiuti academic center

The Ricchiuti Academic Center, benefiting all student-athletes, provides study tables, tutorial and computer labs, plus office suites for the academic advisors and compliance personnel. One of the newest additions to the Fresno State athletics complex, this facility is a cornerstone where student-athletes can be served and is a focal point of the new Student-Athlete Village, a part of Fresno State’s master facility plan.

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The $100 million plus facility opened in November 2003 with a seating capacity of 15,596. It contains 32 private suites, a club level concourse, team locker rooms and athletics training facilities. With its size, scope, unique architectural features and state-of-the-art video, sound and telecom systems, the center will serve as the major provider of entertainment and home of Bulldog men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball.

strength and conditioning center

The 10,000 square-foot weight room facility houses a host of free weights, as well as, a variety of modern fitness equipment. The spacious room is equipped with 25,000 pounds of Olympic weights. A long list of Bulldog athletes have been voted as a National Strength and Conditioning Association All-Americans. The strength and conditioning program at Fresno State is ergonomically designed for the greatest efficiency and safety.

spalding g. Wathen tennis center

The Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center is one of the premier facilities in the west and has become a key fixture in the recent success of the Bulldog men’s and women’s tennis teams. Host to numerous NCAA and conference postseason tournaments, the Wathen Center boasts approximately 400 luxury chair-back seats atop the platform that face the complex’s six main courts, making for easy viewing of all six courts.

student horse center

The Student Horse Center, located on the Fresno State campus, is the site of all Fresno State equestrian home shows. The facility features 20 stalls in a main barn and an additional 20 in an adjacent pipe barn. All horse-related activities sponsored by the department are held at the horse center, which also features two adjacent large arenas and bleacher and burm seating for fans.

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Home to the men’s and women’s track and field programs, Warmerdam Field has been playing host to Fresno State home meets since 1976. The nine-lane, 400-meter oncampus facility is named after Cornelius “Dutch” Warmerdam, the former Fresno State head coach and world record holder in the pole vault. It has served as the host for the Fresno Relays, Cal-Nevada Championships and numerous conference championship events.

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planned Future location oF soccer & lacrosse stadium

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Fresno state aquatics center The Fresno State Aquatics Center, constructed in 2011, is one of the premier aquatics venues within central California. The facility features a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool with a moveable bulkhead, 1 meter and 3 meter diving platforms, a warming whirlpool for divers, a dryland practice area, a 44 foot by 60 foot pool for Kinesiology classes, in addition to offices and a conference room for the swimming staff.

Fresno state soccer & lacrosse Field The Fresno State Soccer & Lacrosse Field was established in 2009 with the installation of fencing and landscaping around the perimeter of the venue. A permanent scoreboard, sound system, along with spectator seating is scheduled for installation in the fall of 2011, with a permanent pressbox,

Bulldog stadium FieldturF project

additional fixed seating and other amenities planned for installation in the following seasons. The playing surface is a hybrid Bermuda grass blend.

Bulldog stadium FieldturF project Fresno State student-athletes will be playing on the very best in turf technology with the installation of the FieldTurf Revolution system at Bulldog Stadium. FieldTurf’s Revolution

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fiber technology is the result of innovative science, engineering and technology that will provide FieldTurf customers with a soft, strong monofilament fiber with extraordinary durability and longevity.

With a consistent surface for year-round

use, the new addition to Bulldog Stadium demonstrated the university’s and community’s commitment to safety and sustainability as the Bulldogs compete as one of the nation’s elite programs.

meYers FamilY sports medicine center The Sports Medicine Center will be a 10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that is designed to enhance the health

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and welfare of all Bulldog student-athletes. This unique and essential facility will allow for preventative medicine, nutritional counseling, physician examination, injury treatment, on-site x-ray and rehabilitation services, and

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State sports medicine staff and physicians group. The Sports Medicine Center will serve as the third cornerstone of Fresno State’s “Student-Athlete Village,” designed to

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provide Bulldog student-athletes with a single and secure facility intended to assist their well-being, development, and achievement. No single facility will have a more positive effect on the daily physical well-being and lives of Bulldog studentathletes.

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CampUs What makes us unique?

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We’re a campus that treasures scholarship and creative thinking. Our Smittcamp Family Honors College is one of the most comprehensive, full-scholarship academic honors programs at any university in California. Only the best students from across California can meet the rigorous intellectual and creative requirements for the college.

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Fresno State operates the only commercial winery at any university in the country. The Fresno State Winery has won many of the industry’s most prized awards.

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Fresno State is home to the $100 million Save Mart Center. A second phase of the project added a center for business innovation and a student recreational center.

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Fresno State boasts some of the best sports programs for both women and men in California. Our booster group, the vaunted “Red Wave,” is one of the largest in the country.

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• Theresa Alvillar-Speake, Director of the Office of Minority Economic Impact, Dept. of Energy • Marvin Baxter, Justice, California Supreme Court • Lee P. Brown, former Mayor of Houston, former New York Police Commissioner • Cruz Bustamante, former California Lieutenant Governor • Joy Covey, Former Chief Strategy Officer, Amazon.com • Sid Craig, CEO, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of Jenny Craig, Inc. • Brigadier General Jon Gallinetti, Assistant Wing Commander, US Marines • Kenny Guinn, former Governor of Nevada • Colonel Rick Husband, Mission Commander, Shuttle Columbia, 2003 • Sam Iacobellis, CEO, Rockwell International (retired), lead developer of B1 bomber • Bill Jones, former California Secretary of State • Col. Steven Nagel, NASA Astronaut • Paul O’Neill, former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, CEO of Alcoa Corporation

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Our Campaign for Fresno State has raised $178 million and counting, providing private support for student scholarships and program assistance in every school and college on campus.

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Fresno State is the California campus most associated with the Sierra Nevada. Students can leave the campus and in one hour can be skiing or hiking at 7,000 feet in Kings Canyon or Sequoia National parks. Yosemite National Park is just under two hours away.

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Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching.

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Research is booming at Fresno State, where faculty are attracting a growing amount of support for studies ranging from how to use new technologies to improve the skills of K-12 teachers, to groundbreaking experiments in cell genetics and vulcanology. Fresno State has 13 endowed chairs that support top-flight research and teaching.

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Community service is a campus hallmark, and each year 14,000 students, faculty and staff volunteer more than 1 million hours of service for the good of the region. The economic impact of their efforts is an estimated $26 million, measured by national philanthropic standards.

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The complete spectrum of education is represented on campus – from a nationally ranked preschool to doctoral work. The campus is home to University High School, a charter school which has been ranked 36th among 18,000 public high schools by U.S. News & World Report. We proudly continue today as one of California’s top campuses for the preparation of new teachers.

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student-athlete services

The goal of the Fresno State Student-Athlete Services (SAS) Office is to help student-athletes successfully manage academic responsibilities and complete their baccalaureate degrees while they maintain athletic eligibility.

Who We are and Who We serve

The SAS staff includes a director, professional academics advisors, a learning specialist, graduate interns and tutors in a variety of subject areas. Each staff member is trained to deal with the special needs of student-athletes and works with all prospective, current and former student-athletes. Each student-athlete is assigned an academic advisor who works with that individual throughout his or her collegiate career.

academic assistance

SAS provides academic assistance through the following specialized services: – Academic advising for declared and undeclared majors – Monitoring class selection, course load, attendance, and progress – Study hall, tutorial assistance, and computer access and support – Classes on academic success strategies for new student-athletes – Individual counseling and referral services for student-athletes with learning disabilities, study skills deficits, career uncertainties and personal concerns – Encouragement toward involvement in community activities such as Red Ribbon Week and the Little Heroes Program with Children’s Hospital of Central California

liFe skills development

The CHAMPS program is designed to help student-athletes learn life management principles, develop lifelong learning and leadership skills and continue a pattern of personal and interpersonal growth. Throughout their enrollment at Fresno State, student-athletes are provided services which help them identify and achieve their educational, career, personal and athletic goals. Included in the CHAMPS program is a three-unit class for freshmen called University 1. The class provides an orientation to campus resources and teaches effective study skills in a number of areas including time management, note taking, reading comprehension, memory skills and test taking. Life skills development topics include nutrition, sports and drugs, career exploration and goal setting.

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academic counseling and enrichment program (ace)

The ACE Program is designed to meet the special academic needs of studentathletes with more specific learning challenges. Coordinated by the department’s Learning Assistance Specialist, participants in the program are provided with specialized tutorial assistance and study skills development in addition to weekly accountability meetings, workshops on various life skills issues, assistance with accommodations and personal counseling or referral when necessary.

summer school assistance

SAS administers the summer session scholarship program, which allows our student-athletes the opportunity to take additional courses toward graduation and accelerate their degree completion.

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Fresno state student-athlete president’s medal Winners

Student-Athlete Services also oversees the Post-Eligibility Scholarship program designed to assist student-athletes who have completed their athletic eligibility in reaching their graduation goal. Scholarship awards are given to those who have been on athletic aid, are in good academic standing and are within 30 units of completing their degrees.

night oF champions Banquet

Fresno State’s Night of Champions highlights the successes of the athletes from the previous season both on the field and in the classroom. Team champions, individual champions, and various academic award honorees all earned recognition in a night truly meant for champions.

Fresno state’s academic all-americans 1985 Barbara Cambria, SB, 2nd Team Rita Walker, SB, HM 1987 Wendy Martell, WBB, 3rd Team 1988 Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team 1990 Terry Carpenter, SB, 3rd Team Simone Cesh, T&F, 3rd Team Carie Dever, SB, 3rd Team

1992 Jason Gray, Soccer, 2nd Team Philip Romero, BB, 3rd Team

2004 Jamie Southern, SB, 3rd Team

1993 Jason Gray, Soccer, 1st Team Tommy Minor, BB , 1st Team

2005 Jamie Southern, SB, 2nd Team

1996 John Barrington, Golf, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team 1997 Dora Djilianova,WTN, 2nd Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 1st Team

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2006 Jamie Farley, TR, 3rd Team 2007 Robin Mackin, SB, 2nd Team 2008 Steve Susdorf, BB, 2nd Team 2009 Melanie Gloria, WTN, 3rd Team Andrew Jackson, FB, 1st Team Robert Malone, FB 2nd Team

1998 Dora Djilianova, WTN, 2nd Team Joe Gerber, BB, 2nd Team Derrick Mitchell, T&F, 1st Team

2010 Katie Lee, Soccer, 2nd Team Vince Pascoe, FB, 2nd Team Anastasia Petukhova WTN, 2nd Team

1999 *Dora Djilianova, WTN, 1st Team Melissa Price, T&F, 1st Team Amanda Scott, SB, 2nd Team

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2002 Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 1st Team 2003 Nino Rivas, Soccer, 2nd Team

1995 David Kramer, Soccer, 1st Team Robyn Yorke, SB, 2nd Team

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2001 Liesl Fichbauer, WTN, 1st Team Lindsay Fossatti, SB, 3rd Team Becky Witt, SB, 1st Team

1991 Terry Carpenter, SB, 1st Team

1994 *Tommy Minor, BB, 1st Team

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2000 Amanda Scott, SB, 1st Team Payton Williams, FB, 2nd Team Becky Witt, SB, 3rd Team

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TRACK & FIELD FACILITIES Warmerdam Field has been playing host to Fresno State outdoor home meets since its construction in 1976. The nine-lane, 400-meter on-campus facility is named after Cornelius “Dutch� Warmerdam, the former Fresno State head coach and world record holder in the pole vault.

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In 2008, the Save Mart Center on the Fresno State campus became home to one of the only indoor track facilities in California. A donation by Frank Arnold in honor of his late wife made the construction of the indoor track possible. The Fred and Madeleine Arnold Memorial Track was designed by the Tartan Company and debuted at the 2008 Run for the Dream Indoor Invitational. The facility has been host to youth, high school, collegiate and professional competitions.

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The first-ever dual meet held at Warmerdam was on April 23, 1977, when Fresno State hosted California. Most recently, Warmerdam Field hosted the 2007 WAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

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A WINNING TRADITION

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2011 WAC OUTDOOR CHAMPION TRIPLE JUMP 2012 TWO-TIME WAC OUTDOOR CHAMPION 2012 NCAA REGIONAL QUALIFIER

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2012 WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2012 WAC CHAMPION NCAA REGIONAL QUALIFIER

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2012 WAC OUTDOOR CHAMPION 2012 NCAA REGIONAL QUALIFIER

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SCOTT WINSOR In four seasons under Winsor’s direction the `Dogs have qualified 52 student-athletes to compete in postseason NCAA competition, produced 21 individual conference championships as well as three relay team championships. Coach Winsor’s team had one of its best overall performances at the Western Athletic Conference Championships in 2012 with a combined seven championship titles and 30 medals. Devin Harrison was named WAC Freshman of the Year after winning the long jump and earning a second gold medal as a member of the WAC Champion 4x400m relay team. Winsor guided 11 student-athletes to qualifying for the NCAA regionals in Fresno State’s final season in the WAC, the most the `Dogs have sent since 2008 when 17 of Winsor’s student-athletes qualified. Four of Winsor’s studentath-

letes were named to the 2012 Men’s and Women’s Division I All-Academic Track & Field team by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches. On the men’s side, rising sophomore jumper Devin Harrison received the All-Academic honor, while senior thrower J’Quyra Moncur-Blue, junior thrower Meagan McKee and former Bulldog javelin thrower Christina Cabias represented the ‘Dogs on the women’s side.

In 2011, Winsor sent six qualifiers to the NCAA Regionals and had three student-athletes earn individual WAC Championships. Rosario Sanchez won the WAC Indoor Hot Put title, Justin Lovingood earned the Triple Jump Title and J’Quyra MoncurBlue earned the hammer throw title and advanced to the NCAA Championships. Under Winsor, the Bulldogs had 34 student-athletes named to the All-Academic USTFCCCA Team. The men’s team had 11, while the women’s team had 23. Moncur-Blue was also named the 2011 WAC Most Outstanding Field Performer. The Bulldogs finished in sixth place at the 2011 WAC Indoor Championships. During the outdoor season, the ‘Dogs took fourth place for both men’s and women’s WAC Championships.

Thrower Rosario Sanchez finished 13th at the NCAA National Championships, recording a career-best throw of 52-9.50 in the shot put. At the 2010 WAC Outdoor WAC Championships, senior Frank Sanders recorded two individual titles in the 1500-meter and the 800-meter. Paul Zwama won the 5000-meter WAC title and Latrisha Jordan won the 400-meter hurdles for the second year in a row.

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EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: Loras College, B.A. in Physical Education 1987 Graduate School: University of Notre Dame, M.A. in Administration, 1995

COMPETITIVE EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: Loras College, 1983-87

COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... • Fresno State, 2008-Present, Head coach • Notre Dame, 1988-2008, Assistant coach • Loras College, 1987, Assistant coach • Fulton High School (Mich.), 1983-84, Head coach

Academically in 2010, Winsor’s team had 32 Academic All-WAC honorees, and Moncur-Blue was named to the All-Academic USTFCCCA Team. Overall the women’s team was named USTFCCCA All-Academic in 2010. With even further success off the track and field, Winsor’s team continues to improve their Academic Progress Rate scores. The latest APR data released by the NCAA after the 2010 school year reflected scores

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In his first season, Winsor’s Bulldogs brought home three All-American honors, 21 NCAA Regional qualifications and six individual WAC Championships. The indoor and outdoor teams combined for a total 46 AllWAC honors under one season of Winsor’s direction. Thrower Sharon Ayala earned All-American honors in the weight throw during the indoor season and then in the hammer throw during the outdoor season. Ayala was the first NCAA Indoor qualifier for Fresno State since 1999, setting a new Fresno State record of 66-feet, 6-inches (20.26 meters) and taking sixth at the NCAAs. During the outdoor season, Ayala repeatedly smashed the Bulldog record for the hammer throw and marked the third-best throw in the country of 218-3 (66.52m) en route to a sixth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. She also set a new hammer throw stadium record at Utah State’s Ralph Maughan Track in Logan, Utah, during the WAC Outdoor Championships, where she picked up her fourth conference crown. Latrisha Jordan nabbed All-American honors in the 400-meter hurdles during her rookie campaign. Jordan broke the Fresno State record in the event early in the year and continued to better her mark throughout the season, ending the season with a new Bulldog record of 58.14. By the end of the season, Jordan had won the WAC crown for the 400 hurdles, earned WAC Freshman of the Year honors and advanced to the NCAA Championships. The freshman defied the odds, overcoming a No. 27 ranking entering the meet to finish eighth for All-American status. At the Outdoor WAC Championships, both the men’s and women’s teams found success in the relays. The teams mirrored each other in the events – both the men and the women won the 4x400 relay at the conference meet. Jordan also anchored the WAC title-winning 4x400 relay team. The four-some of Vanessa Sautebin, Tiera Hilliard, Janev Morris and Jordan, combined for a time of 3:39.85 to win the conference crown, a first for the Bulldogs since 1994. The team went on to take sixth at the NCAA Regional. The men also had success in 2009. Michael Barragan, Kendrick Young, Val-Pierre Dai’Re and Darryl Miller won the 4x400 relay at the WAC Championships to move on to the NCAA Regional where they took seventh. As the Director of Track and Field, Winsor also oversees the cross

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The NCAA standard APR score is set at 925. All three track and field groups have surpassed this standard with both the women’s indoor and outdoor team scoring a 939 and the men’s outdoor team scoring a 930. All three team improved their score from the last review by two to four points.

Both the men’s and women’s teams earned the distinction as All-Academic teams in 2012 by recording at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA. The women recorded a team GPA of 3.25 and the men recorded a team GPA of 3.03.

Winsor finished his second season by sending 11 qualifiers to the NCAA Regionals and had four student athletes earn individual WAC Championships. The indoor and outdoor teams combined for a total of 21 All-WAC honors in Winsor’s second season.

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on the Fresno State campus not only continued to rise, but by and large surpassed goals set forth by the athletic department just years ago.

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Head Coach Scott Winsor enters his fifth season as the leader of the Bulldogs men’s and women’s track and field teams. Prior to Fresno State, Winsor spent 20 seasons as an assistant coach at Notre Dame focusing on jumps. Winsor was hired on July 10, 2008.

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HEAD COACH..................................................................... country programs. After hiring Sean McManus as the cross country coach, Winsor saw immediate results in the teams, culminating in the Bulldog’s first NCAA Championship qualifier since 1980. McManus coached Erick Garcia to an appearance at the NCAA Championships and to a Fresno State 10K record of 29:40.85 at the NCAA West Regional in Palo Alto, Calif. The Fresno State track and field program also made an academic statement in 2009. Twenty-five Bulldogs earned Academic All-WAC honors, two earned Academic All-District honors and five earned USTFCCCA All-Academic honors. ESPN the Magazine named Evan Young a first team Academic AllDistrict honoree before receiving the “Bulldog of the Year” honor. The award honors the two student-athletes that set the standard for the Bulldog experience through their athletic accomplishments, academic triumphs and community at Fresno State. Grace Wiesmann, one of the team’s 21 NCAA Regional qualifiers, also earned academic honors from ESPN the Magazine. Wiesmann was named to the second team Academic All-District. Scott Winsor took over Fresno State’s track and field program

as the Bulldog’s head coach on July 10, 2008, after coaching 20 years at the University of Notre Dame. During his time in South Bend, Winsor served as an assistant coach to Joe Paine, working with both jumpers and throwers for 15 years. After Notre Dame expanded its staff in 2003, Winsor could finally focus solely on the jumping events. Winsor’s record of success is an impressive one. During his tenure at Notre Dame, he coached 13 All-Americans and 25 NCAA Regional Qualifiers. After entering the Big East in 1996, Winsor coached 23 Big East Conference Champions and five conference record-setting student-athletes. Winsor coached his athletes to 20 qualifications for the NCAA Championships, with finishes among the top 10 in the country on 11 occasions. Winsor’s athletes have pursued excellence in the classroom as well as on the field. Two of Winsor’s athletes earned Academic All-American honors and one student-athlete was named an NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship Winner. In the 2008 season, the men’s team at Notre Dame won the Big East championship as Winsor and the rest of the Irish coaching brigade were named the Big East Men’s Coaching Staff of the Year, the 11th such award for the staff. Winsor’s record with women’s pole vaulting fits seamlessly with the tradition of pole vault excellence at Fresno State. In 2008, Winsor coached Mary Saxer to the Big East title, Big East record and Notre Dame record of 13-feet, 6.75 inches in the pole vault. Winsor’s guidance also helped Jamie Volkmer evolve as the pioneer in women’s pole vault at Notre Dame, winning seven All-Big East citations and becoming the first Irish female vaulter to clear the 13-foot barrier. Under Winsor, Notre Dame broke new ground in 1997 as Jennifer Engelhardt became the first member of Notre Dame’s women’s track & field team to qualify for the NCAA Championships in a field event. Engelhardt placed ninth in the indoor high jump en route to the first of her three All-America honors.

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Prior to his arrival at Notre Dame in 1988, Winsor spent two years as the varsity track coach at Fulton High School in Middleton, Mich., as well as one season as an assistant at his alma mater, Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. A 1987 graduate of Loras with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, Winsor was a standout performer on the track squad, specializing in the jumping events. He was the team’s captain for his final two seasons, helping Loras win the 1987 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. For nearly two decades, he also held the school record in the outdoor high jump (7-0) until the mark was topped in 2005. Winsor went on to earn his master’s of science in administration from University of Notre Dame in 1995.

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Winsor also coached Tameisha King to long jump All-America honors four times including top-eight finishes in both the indoor and outdoor NCAA events in 2003. Some of Winsor’s notable protégés on the men’s side include two-time long jump All-American Marshaun West and indoor pole vault AllAmerican Mike Brown.

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CHRIS BAPTISTA

SPRINTS & HURDLES......................................................EIGHTH YEAR in the hurdles. Dai’Re earned bids in both the 110 and 400 hurdles for a second year in a row. Young specialized in the 400 hurdles, taking second at the WAC Championships and placing seventh at the NCAA Qualifier. In the 2008 season, Baptista guided both Dai’Re and Young to strong showings at the NCAA Regional. Dai’Re finished sixth at the Regional in the 400m hurdles and just one place from a bid to the NCAA Championship. On the women’s side, Tiera Hilliard, WAC Freshman of the Year, and the women’s 4x400 relay team qualified for the postseason.

Chris Baptista enters his eighth season with the Bulldogs with a proven record for developing dominant sprinters and hurdlers. During his time with Fresno State, Baptista has guided his student-athletes to 35 NCAA Regional bids. Last season, Baptista sent four individuals to the NCAA Regionals. Latrisha Jordan returned for the fourth-straight year to the NCAA Regionals after earning her third WAC title in four years, she finished nearly two full seconds ahead of the pack in the 400-meter hurdles at the conference championships. Breeauna Thompson qualified for the 400m dash for the second consecutive year. Thompson also qualified for the 200m, the only Bulldog to qualify for two NCAA postseason events last spring.

In 2010, Baptista sent five individuals to the NCAA Regionals, including standout Latrisha Jordan in her sophomore campaign. Jordan won the WAC Outdoor title in the 400-meter hurdles for the second year in a row.

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Baptista guided Latrisha Jordan to All-American honors during first season at Fresno State in 2009. Jordan shattered the Fresno State record for the 400m hurdles multiple times throughout the season, finishing the regular season with the WAC title in the event and earning WAC Freshman of the Year honors. At the NCAA Championships, Jordan reset the Fresno State record of 58.14 seconds to advance to the final and take eighth-place, earning All-American status. Jordan also anchored the WAC title-winning 4x400 relay team. Baptista coached the four-some of Vanessa Sautebin, Tiera Hilliard, Janev Morris and Jordan, who combined for a time of 3:39.85 to win the conference crown, a first for the Bulldogs since 1994. The team went on to take sixth at the NCAA Qualifier. The men also had success in 2009 under Baptista’s guidance. Michael Barragan, Kendrick Young, Val- Pierre Dai’Re and Darryl Miller won the 4x400 relay at the WAC Championships to move on to the NCAA Qualifier where they took seventh. Dai’Re and Young also earned a spot in NCAA Qualifiers

Prior to Tulsa, Baptista, a native of Caruthers, Calif., served two years as the head men’s and women’s track coach at Shasta College. During his stint at Shasta, the women’s team won back-to-back Golden Valley Conference titles and finished the 2002 season as the COA’s Women’s Scholar Team of the Year for California Community Colleges. Before Shasta College, Baptista spent three years as an assistant coach at Troy State, where he coached that school’s first female NCAA Championship qualifier in the high jump. In his 13 years coaching, Baptista has produced five NCAA Division I All-Americans, 42 NCAA Regional qualifiers and 39 individual conference champions. He is a Level II USA Track and Field Coach. Baptista earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a minor in health education from UAB in 1997. He married Valerie Cain in the fall of 2009. The couple resides in Fresno, Calif. with their son, Cooper.

FIFTH YEAR........................................................................... DISTANCE Sean McManus enters his fifth season as the assistant coach of Fresno State’s track & field distance runners and head coach of the cross country team. In 2012, McManus guided Olivier Bernard to the NCAA Preliminary Round Championship in Austin, Texas after winning the Western Athletic Conference Championships in the 1500-meter with a time of 3:46.57. Bernard’s time at the WAC Championship meet placed him in the record books as the eighth-best 1500m in Fresno State history. The fifth year assistant coach helped place freshman Meagan Paracholski into the Fresno State record books in the 800m last season. Paracholski clocked a 2:11.63 to break into the Fresno State top-10 in her first year on campus. During the 2011 women’s indoor season, McManus led the `Dogs to a sixth place finish at the WAC Championships. Mile runners Saylah Bersarian and Marrijtje Molenhuis placed in second and fourth place, respectively. Both the men’s and women’s outdoor teams finished the WAC outdoor season in fourth place. The Bulldogs had 34 studentathletes earn USTFCCA All-Academic honors in 2011. In his second season, McManus led the Bulldogs to three WAC Outdoor individual titles, one indoor individual title and two NCAA Regional qualifications. The Bulldogs were led by Frank Sanders, who won the 1500-meter and 800-meter WAC Outdoor titles. Sanders went on to qualify for the NCAA Regionals. Paul Zwama won the 5000-meter outdoor title and Roxanne Sellick won the 1500-meter indoor title. Academically, McManus had 10 student-athletes named to the Aca-

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Birthdate: Sept. 19, 1974 Hometown: Caruthers, Calif. Spouse: Valerie

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: Alabama - Birmingham, B.A. in Physical Education, 1997

COMPETITIVE EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: AlabamaBirmingham (1994-97)

COACHING EXPERIENCE ..................................................... • Fresno State, 2005-present, Assistant coach • Tulsa, 2002-05, Assistant coach • Shasta College, 2000-02, Head coach • Troy University, 1997-2000, Assistant coach

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Birthdate: Oct. 4, 1978 Hometown: Boston, Ma.

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: Notre Dame, B.S. in Civil Engineering (2001) Graduate: Florida, M.A. in Exercise Science (2003)

COMPETITIVE EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: Notre Dame (1996-2001), cross country and track & field

COACHING EXPERIENCE .................................................... • Fresno State, 2008-present, Assistant Coach • Florida State, 2005-08, Assistant Coach • Notre Dame, 2001-02, 2003-05, Assistant Coach

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demic All-WAC team and helped the Bulldogs became nationally recognized to the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team.

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In his first season coaching the Bulldog distance racers, McManus’s athletes garnered nine All-WAC honors, one conference title, two NCAA Regional qualifications and four Academic All-WAC honors. During the 2009 women’s indoor track and field season, Roxanne Sellick finished third in the mile and fifth in the 3,000-meter run, earning two All-WAC honors. Sellick returned to the track, taking second in both the 1,500 and the 5,000 at the WAC Outdoor Championships for another pair of conference accolades. She also qualified for the NCAA Regionals in the 1,500 and marked the second-best time in Fresno State history for the event. Marissa McPhail scored a fourth place finish in the 10,000 to earn all-conference honors as well. The men’s outdoor track and field team grabbed four all-conference honors, including one conference crown, in the distance events in McManus’s first season as well. Sanders won the 1,500 at the WAC Outdoor Championship, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Regional. He had already qualified for the NCAA Regional and taken over eighth-place in the history books for Bulldogs in the event. Sanders also finished in sixth in the 800 at the conference championship. One of McManus’s first recruits, Paul Zwama, had a strong showing at the WAC Outdoor Championships as well. Zwama scored a set of silver medals at the conference meet, finishing second in both the 5,000 and 10,000 races. McManus also coaches the men’s and women’s cross country teams, where in his second season, he coached the men’s team to its best conference finish in nearly 20 years. The men took second at the WAC Championships, Fresno State’s best finish at the conference championship since the team’s 1991 second-place finish in the Big West. Erick Garcia paced the team with a second place finish and First Team All-WAC honors. Zwama, a newcomer to the cross country team, and freshman Danny Vartanian also picked up all-conference accolades. The women’s team continued to grow as a team, bettering their standing within the conference and producing an all-conference performer in Sellick. Sellick rounded out her senior campaign with four Top 10 finishes including an individual meet title and an eighth place finish in conference. Ten cross country student-athletes earned the conference’s academic award, including five men and five women. Eric Battles, Max Hernandez, Mitchell Pfyl, Sanders and Zwama all earned Academic All-WAC honors for the men, while Stevie Brumwell, Marissa McPhail, Daysi Cruz, Sellick and Julianne Warmerdam were honored for the women.

In his opening season, McManus coached Garcia to an appearance at the NCAA Championships, a first for Fresno State since Tim Holmes’ back-toback appearances in 1979 and 1980. McManus also guided Garcia to a Fresno State 10K record of 29:40.85 at the NCAA West Regional in Palo Alto, Calif., besting Rich Lanford’s 29:48 set in 1976 at the NCAA Championships. During the season, Garcia won the individual title at two meets and was edged in the final steps for the WAC individual crown at the conference championships. The men’s team saw steady improvement under McManus’s tutelage. Three Bulldogs earned All-WAC honors for 2008 as Garcia, Frank Sanders and Eric Battles placed among the Top 12 at the conference meet. Garcia also picked up two WAC Athlete of the Week awards during the season. With all three returning and the addition of top-tier recruits, McManus has high expectations for the team entering the 2009 season. McManus’s first season coaching the women’s team featured the Bulldog’s improvement working as a team and setting personal bests. Jennifer Hernandez earned her first allconference recognition; finishing eighth at the conference meet for second team AllWAC honors. Seven Bulldogs earned Academic AllWAC honors under McManus’s guidance in the 2008 cross country season. Briana Cleary and McPhail earned the academic accolade for the women. Five men (Battles, Brandon Geis, Max

nand e z , Mitchell Pfyl and Sanders) picked up the conference academic honor. McManus joined the Fresno State staff after spending three seasons as an assistant coach for Florida State. While at FSU, McManus assisted head coach Bob Braman in coaching the cross country teams as well as working with the distance runners in track and field. McManus helped guide the Seminole men’s track and field team to threeconsecutive NCAA Championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and six ACC Championships. He also assisted in the Seminole women’s top 25 finishes at the NCAA Championships. At FSU, McManus’s athletes earned a wide array of honors, including three NCAA individual titles, 22 ACC individual championships and 19 All- American accolades. Prior to Florida State, McManus was an assistant cross country and track coach at Notre Dame from 2001-02 and 2003-05. McManus oversaw training for student-athletes competing in mid to distance and cross country events. He was instrumental in recruiting top local, national and international student-athletes to a highly competitive academic institution. During his time at Notre Dame, McManus coached student-athletes earning 25 All-Americans, 64 All-Big East and 22 All-Great Lakes Region honors as well as four Academic All-Americans. He helped produce thirteen individual Big East champions and two Big East Athletes of the Year. McManus is no stranger to the NCAA Championships scene as he helped the men’s and women’s cross country squads to multiple appearances. During McManus’ tenure the men’s team finished sixth (2001) and 11th (2004) and the women’s team finished 19th (2001), 10th (2003) and fourth (2004). He was also an integral part of a Notre Dame staff that earned two Big East coaching staff of the year honors. From 2002-03, McManus served as a volunteer assistant at the University of Florida where he assisted the men’s and women’s cross country and distance programs. He helped produce six All-SEC, five All-South Region, one All-American and one Academic All-District award winner. McManus earned a master’s of science in exercise science with a specialization in sports pedagogy and an emphasis on athlete motivation from Florida. As an undergraduate, McManus attended Notre Dame from 1996 to 2001 where he earned a bachelor’s of science in civil engineering. He competed four years in cross country and track. While running for the Irish, he helped his cross country team to four top 12 team finishes at the NCAA Championships.

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On the men’s side, Val-Pierre Dai’Re, Cameron Parker and Kendrick Young all earned spots in the NCAA Qualifier. Dai’Re set a school record of 50.37 seconds in the 400m hurdles under Baptista’s guidance. Jordan and Breeauna Thompson also earned NCAA Qualifier invites on the women’s side.

Baptista came to Fresno State after three seasons as an assistant coach at Tulsa. During his tenure with the Golden Hurricane, Baptista served as the program’s recruiting coordinator and coached the men’s and women’s sprints and

Baptista made an immediate impact at Tulsa, coaching the school’s first female sprint NCAA AllAmerican, five individual WAC champions, and 17 NCAA Regional qualifiers, including the 20th-ranked NCAA javelin thrower in 2005.

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In 2011, Latrisha Jordan and Breeauna Thompson represented Fresno State at the NCAA Regionals under Baptista’s guidance. Jordan returned for the third-straight year in the 400m hurdles while Breeauna Thompson qualified for her first appearance in the 400m.

In his first season at Fresno State, Baptista’s athletes picked up three conference titles and six qualifications the NCAA Regional Championships. Fresno State record holder and NCAA National qualifier Ryan Moore and then-freshman Dai’Re both qualified for the USA Track and Field Championships in 2006.Moore set a then-school record in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 50.51. Dai’Re finished with Junior All-American honors in the 110 hurdles. The men’s 4x400 relay team featuring Moore along with Kenny Moon, Juan Valdez and Darryl Miller also qualified for the Regional, breaking a stadium record at the WAC Championships. On the women’s side, Regina Ollison qualified for the Regional with a leap of 41-2 in the triple jump.

hurdles in addition to jumps and multievents.

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ASSISTANT COACH............................................................FIFTH YEAR er qualified three events (shot put, hammer throw and discus toss) for the NCAA Regional, a first for any Fresno State athlete. Xavier also became just the third Bulldog in history to throw the shot put over 50 feet with a mark of 50-5.25 (15.37m). Another of Misipeka’s athletes, Grace Wiesmann, found success in 2009. Wiesmann not only qualified for the NCAA Regional in the hammer throw, but was also named to ESPN The Magazine’s Second Team Academic All-District team.

Lisa Misipeka enters her fifth season as the throwing coach at Fresno State. For the second year in a row, Misipeka guided a Bulldog to a Western Athletic Conference Championship in the outdoor shot put. Sophomore Meagan McKee won the shot put in 2012 after J’Quyra Mocur-Blue owned the title in the previous season. McKee had a breakout year under Misipeka as she set the second-best shot put distance in Fresno State history with a 16.18-meter throw; 22cm shy of the Olympic Provisional “B” Qualifying mark.

In 2011, Moncur-Blue won the WAC title in the shot put and qualified for the NCAA Regional. At the Regional Moncur-Blue exceled at the hammer throw and qualified for NCAA Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, the second consecutive year a Bulldog qualified the national finals. During the indoor season, the Bulldogs had two throwers earn WAC indoor titles. Meagan McKee won the 2011 weight throw title and Rosario Sanchez earned the shot put title as the Bulldogs finished the meet in sixth place. In her second season, Misipeka once again led a strong throwing group, led by Rosario Sanchez, who finished 13th at the NCAA National Championships in the shot put. Misipeka also coached Moncur-Blue to a WAC Indoor title, a second place WAC Championships finish in the hammer throw and a fourth place finish at the 2010 USA Junior National Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Academically, Moncur-Blue was named to the All-Academic USTFCCCA Team and five student-athletes were named Academic AllWAC.

Misipeka, a decorated thrower herself, guided Sharon Ayala to a pair of All-American honors in 2009. Ayala won the WAC crown in the weight throw during the indoor season and advanced to the NCAA Indoor Championships, a first for Fresno State since 1999. At the national championships, Ayala set a new Bulldog record of 66-feet, 6-inches (20.26 meters) and took sixth to nab All-American accolades. During the outdoor season, Ayala continued her throwing success with the hammer throw. Ayala repeatedly smashed the Bulldog record for the hammer throw and marked the thirdbest throw in the country of 218-3 (66.52m) en route to a sixth-place finish at the NCAA Championships. She also set a new hammer throw stadium record at Utah State’s Ralph Maughan Track in Logan, Utah, during the WAC Outdoor Championships, where she picked up her fourth conference crown. In Sharon’s second event, the discus, she improved over 15 feet. Misipeka helped develop sophomore Kayla Xavier into a dominant thrower in multiple events. Under Misipeka’s guidance, Xavi-

In 2008, Misipeka returned to collegiate athletics to coach the Bulldog throwers after training for the Olympic games and working with student-athletes of all ages through her company HYPE. As a professional athlete, she trained with University of Southern California’s throws coach Dan Lange, as she earned a bronze medal in the hammer throw at the World Championships in 1999 and championed various international meets en route to her appearances at the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, Misipeka was the flag bearer for America Samoa. Misipeka competed for South Carolina as a collegiate athlete. During her career with the Gamecocks, Misipeka was a two-time NCAA champion, winning the national title in the hammer throw and the 20 pound weight throw in 1998. She also picked up 11 All-American honors and three SEC titles in the throwing events over her career. Misipeka’s hammer throw of 213-3 (65.00m) in 1998 set a school record for South Carolina, a record that still stands today. Of all her honors, Misipeka is most proud of the five Academic All-American honors she earned while at South Carolina. In 2007, Misipeka was inducted into both the University of South Carolina’s Hall of Fame and the SEC’s Hall of Fame. After college, Misipeka was a motivational speaker for the Drug Enforcement Agency and was named the South Carolina Woman of the Year in 1999. She continues to inspire others through her motivational speaking.

In 2000, Misipeka began coaching at Northern Arizona, where she coached the throws. In her two years at NAU, she guided four athletes to the NCAA National Championships (two indoor and two outdoor). With hard work and determination, the student-athletes, who were walk-ons and partial scholarship athletes, made dramatic improvements in their shot put, hammer, discus and weight throw marks under her tutelage. Misipeka also coached at West Los Angeles College for a season. Over the last 10 years, she has worked as a motivational speaker as working as a strength and conditioning coach for various Los Angeles-area athletic programs. A graduate of Temecula High School in Temecula Calif., Misipeka was ranked among the top 10 high school basketball recruits from the state. She was heavily recruited by top Division I schools to compete in both basketball and track and field. In the end, Misipeka opted to compete solely in track and field, wanting to rely on herself to reach her goal of competing at the Olympic games. She earned a bachelor of science in education from South Carolina in 1998. Misipeka and her husband have a son, Bryson, and live in Fresno, Calif.

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PERSONAL .................................................... Birthdate: Jan. 3, 1975 Hometown: Temecula, Calif. Spouse: Bryant Allen Children: Bryson

EDUCATION .................................................... Undergraduate: South Carolina, B.A. in Education, 1998

COMPETITIVE EXPERIENCE .................................................... Collegiate Experience: South Carolina (1994-98) Professional Experience: Summer Olympic Games (1996, 2000 & 2004), World Championships

Cedric Pulliam enters his second year as a volunteer assistant coach with the Fresno State track & field team. Pulliam assists with the sprinters, specifically the 400-meter and 800-meter races. Pulliam a former Fresno State sprinter competed from 2003-07. He is a certified USA Track & Field Official. Prior to Fresno State, Pulliam coached at Liberty High School in Madera. He specialized in in coaching the long jump and 400-meters. The Gardena, Calif. native graduated from Fresno State with a degree in Kinesiology in 2007.

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Patrick Heckroth enters his first season as a volunteer assistant coach. Heckroth works with jumps, sprints and hurdlers, with an emphasis on the 400-meter hurdles. Heckroth is a former 400-meter and 400m hurdler competing at the University of Northern Iowa under Coach Chris Bucknam, now at the University of Arkansas. He is a USATF Level 1 certified coach, and has been accepted into the Level 2 certification program to be completed this summer. Prior to Fresno State, Heckroth was an assistant coach at Waverly-Shell Rock High School, his alma mater, in Waverly, Iowa. His hurdlers won multiple State of Iowa and Drake Relays championships while breaking multiple State records during his two years with the program. The Waverly, Iowa native graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with degrees in Exercise Science and Sport Psychology in 2011. He is currently a second year graduate student at Fresno State, earning his Masters in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Sport Psychology.

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E.J. JACKSON STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH....................... EIGHTH YEAR Ephion (E.J.) Jackson enters his eighth season as an assistant strength coach at Fresno State. Jackson works with the baseball, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s track and field, and men’s and women’s cross country. He is also responsible for designing the speed and conditioning programs for all the sport programs at Fresno State. Jackson, originally from Modesto, Calif., earned his received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Fresno State in 2002. A former Junior and Colligate Track All-American, Jackson was was inducted to the Fresno State Track Hall of Fame in the spring of 2009. He is also certified by the United States Weightlifting Federation.

COACHING EXPERIENCE ..................................................... • Fresno State, 2008-present, Assistant Coach • HYPE, 2000-08, Head Coach & Owner • Northern Arizona, 2000-02, Assistant Coach • West Los Angeles College, 1999, Assistant Coach

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Under Misipeka, the throwers improved leaps and bounds. In her first season, Fresno State’s throwers earned two All-American honors, eight NCAA Regional qualifications, two conference titles and nine All-WAC accolades.

On the men’s side, Misipeka worked to develop the throwers, who picked up two NCAA Regional qualifications and one runner-up finish at the conference championships. Tim Greene took second in the hammer throw at the WAC Championships with his final toss bettering his lifetime best from 189-11 (57.89m) to 203-09 (62.11m). Greene’s performances at WAC qualified him for the NCAA Regionals in both the hammer and the discus.

Misipeka and her husband, Bryant Allen, created HYPE (How You Perceive Excellence), in 2000 to work with young athletes individually. The program works to develop athletes of all disciplines physically, mentally, academically and emotionally.

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Misipeka’s throwing team garnered the highest number of throwers representing the WAC at the NCAA Regional Championships in 2012 with four qualifiers. Moncur-Blue (60.21m) and McKee (58.54m) both set personal records in the hammer throw at the regional but came up short in making the national finals.

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CEDRIC PULLIAM VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT..........................................SECOND YEAR

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NAME........................... HEIGHT....YEAR......EVENT...........................HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Olivier Bernard......................... 5-11..........JR.........Distance..........................Laval, Quebec, Canada (College Laval) Keane Bland............................. 6-2...........FR.........Sprints/Jumps.............................. Modesto, Calif. (Johansen HS) Joseph Blue.............................. 6-4...........JR.........Throws............................ Bakersfield, Calif. (East Bakersfield HS) Christopher Brusenback........... 6-3.......... SO.........Sprints..............................................Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) Deleon Carter............................ 6-1...........SR.........Hurdler..............................................Bakersfield, Calif. (West HS) Justin Cutler............................. 6-3...........SR.........Throws...................................... Templeton, Calif. (Templeton HS) Roderick Dash.......................... 6-2...........SR.........Throws................................. Atwater, Calif. (Buchach Colony HS) Brennen Davis........................... 6-0...........SR.........Sprints....................................... Tehachapi, Calif. (Tehachapi HS) Jeffrey Dewall........................... 5-9.......... SO.........Sprints................................. San Diego, Calif. (Mount Miguel HS) Nathan Esparza........................ 5-4...........FR.........Distance.................................. Madera, Calif. (Madera South HS) Jayjoel Fernadez....................... 5-8...........JR.........Sprints/Jumps............................ Hollister, Calif. (San Benito, HS)

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Olivier Bernard Nathan Esparza Chriss Grimble Tony Guzman Michael Jamieson Carson Keller Matt Nottenkamper Kevin Poythress Danny Vartanian

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Deleon Carter Daniel Williford

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Keane Bland

MEN’S ROSTER BREAKDOWN Jayjoel Fernadez Devin Harrison Darian Hutson Immanuel Lovingood Darin Maiden Devante O’Conner Kane Walls

MID-DISTANCE Ben Fox

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Christopher Brusenback Brennen Davis Jeffrey Dewall Jayjoel Fernadez Devin Harrison

Devante O’Conner Demetri Payton Kane Walls Daniel Williford

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Joseph Blue Justin Cutler Roderick Dash Derek Oliver Brice Sandri Kory Stephens

Ben Fox.................................... 5-9...........SR.........Mid. Distance....................................... Sanger, Calif. (Sanger HS)

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Chriss Grimble.......................... 5-8.......... SO.........Distance....................... Sacramento, Calif. (John F. Kennedy HS) Tony Guzman............................ 5-8...........FR.........Distance....................................... Corcoran, Calif. (Corcoran HS) Devin Harrison.......................... 6-1...........JR.........Jumps/Sprints.....................Laguna Niguel, Calif. (Dana Hills HS) Darian Hutson........................... 6-0...........SR.........Jumps....................................................... Davis, Calif. (Davis HS) Michael Jamieson..................... 6-0...........SR.........Distance..............................Walnut Creek, Calif. (Las Lomas HS) Carson Keller............................ 5-8...........JR.........Distance...........................................Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) Justin Lovingood...................... 6-0...........JR.........Jumps..................................................... Fontana, Calif. (Summit) Darin Maiden............................ 6-1.......... SO.........Jumps..............................Winchester, Calif. (Temecula Valley HS) Matt Nottenkamper................... 5-7...........FR.........Distance............................ Paso Robles, Calif. (Paso Robles HS) Devante O’Connor.................... 5-8...........FR.........Sprints/Jumps.............................. Los Angeles, Calif. (Locke HS) Derek Oliver............................. 5-10..........SR.........Javelin.................................... Clovis, Calif. (Fresno City College) Demetri Payton........................ 5-10......... SO.........Sprints.................................. West Hills, Calif. (Granada Hills HS) Kevin Poythress........................ 6-0...........SR.........Distance..........................................Madera, Calif. (Madera High) Brice Sandri.............................. 6-4...........SR.........Throws................................................ Visalia, Calif. (El Diamante) Kory Stephens......................... 5-11..........SR.........Javelin..............................................Corona, Calif. (Santiago HS)

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Kane Walls................................ 6-2...........FR.........Sprints/Jumps..................................... Sanger, Calif. (Hoover HS) Daniel Williford.........................6-1.5..........JR.........Hurdles/Sprints................................Stockton, Calif. (Franklin HS)

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Location............................................................. Fresno, Calif. Enrollment....................................................................21,000 Founded..........................................................................1911 Nickname..................................................................Bulldogs Conference....................................................Western Athletic President.......................................................... John D. Welty Director of Athletics.......................................... Thomas Boeh SWA...................................................................Betsy Mosher

Key Returners Devin Harrison............................ WAC Freshman of the Year, WAC Champion & NCAA Regional Qualifier Justin Lovingood...................................... 2x WAC Champion & NCAA Regional Qualifier Oliver Bernard...... WAC Champion/NCAA Regional Qualifier Darian Hutson...............................................WAC Champion

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All-Americans......................................................................21 Individual Conference Champions......................................82 2012 WAC Conference Finish.............................3rd, 137 pts. 2012 WAC Individual Champions..........................................4 2012 NCAA Regional Qualifiers............................................6

Head Coach/Director of Track & Field................ Scott Winsor Year..................................................................................Fifth Alma Mater.................................................Loras College, ‘87 Assistant Coach- Sprints & Hurdles................. Chris Baptista Year.............................................................................. Eighth Alma Mater............................................................... UAB, ‘97 Assistant Coach- Distance.............................Sean McManus Year..................................................................................Fifth Alma Mater................................................... Notre Dame, ‘01 Assistant Coach- Throws...................................Lisa Misipeka Year..................................................................................Fifth Alma Mater...............................................South Carolina, ‘98 Track & Field Office.......................................... 559-278-6833

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Track & Field Contact.................................... Matt Burkholder Email........................................ mburkholder@csufresno.edu Office phone..................................................... 559-278-6186 Cell Phone........................................................ 559-862-3771 Office Fax......................................................... 559-278-2689 Website.......................................................... gobulldogs.com

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Danny Vartanian........................ 5-9...........SR.........Distance..........................................Fresno, Calif. (Buchanan HS)

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OLIVIER BERNARD

JR. - HURDLER - 6-1 - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. - (WEST HS)

JOSEPH BLUE

JUSTIN CUTLER

JR. - THROWS - 6-4 - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. - (WEST HS)

SR. - THROWS - 6-3 - TEMPLETON, CALIF. - (TEMPLETON HS)

RODERICK DASH

CHRISTOPHER BRUSENBACK

SR. - THROWS - 6-2 - ATWATER, CALIF. - (BUCHACH COLONY HS)

SO. - SPRINTS - 6-3 - CLOVIS, CALIF. - (BUCHANAN HS)

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JR. - DISTANCE - 5-11 - LAVAL, QUEBEC - (COLLEGE LAVAL)

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BRENNAN DAVIS

BEN FOX SO. - MIDDLE DISTANCE - 5-9 - SANGER, CALIF. - (SANGER HS)

JEFFERY DEWALL

CHRISS GRIMBLE

SO. - SPRINTS - 5-9 SAN DIEGO, CALIF. - (MOUNT MIGUEL HS)

SO. - DISTANCE - HT - SACRAMENTO, CALIF. - (JOHN F. KENNEDY HS)

JAYJOEL FERNANDEZ

DEVIN HARRISON

JR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS - 5-8 - SACRAMENTO, CALIF. - (JFK HS)

JR. - JUMPS /SPRINTS - 6-1 - LAGUNA NIGUEL, CALIF. - (DANA HILLS HS)

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SO. - SPRINTS - 6-0 TEHACHAPI, CALIF. - (TEHACHAPI HS)

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JUSTIN LOVINGOOD SO. - JUMPS - 6-0 - FONTANA, CALIF. - (SUMMIT HS)

MICHAEL JAMIESON

DARIN MAIDEN

SR. - DISTANCE - 6-0 - WALNUT CREEK, CALIF. - (LAS LOMAS HS)

SO. - JUMPS - 6-1 - WINCHESTER, CALIF. - (TEMECULA VALLEY HS)

CARSON KELLER

DEREK OLIVER

JR. - DISTANCE - 5-8 - CLOVIS, CALIF. - (BUCHANAN HS)

SR. - JAVELIN - 5-10 - CLOVIS, CALIF. - (FRESNO CITY COLLEGE)

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CAMERON PARKER

KEVIN POYTHRESS JR. - DISTANCE - 6-0 - MADERA, CALIF. - (MADERA HS)

BRICE SANDRI

DEMETRI PAYTON

JR. - THROWS - 6-4 - VISALIA, CALIF. - (EL DIAMONTE HS)

SO. - SPRINTS - 5-10 - WEST HILLS, CALIF. - (GRANADA HILLS HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

SR. - SPRINTS - 6-0 - FRESNO, CALIF. - BUCHANAN HS)

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RETURNERS

FRESNO STATE

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RETURNERS

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KEANE BLAND

MATT NOTTENKAMPER

FR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS

FR. - DISTANCE - 5-7

- 6-2 - MODESTA, CALIF. -

- PASO ROBLES, CALIF. -

(JOHANSEN HS)

(PASO ROBLES HS)

NEWCOMERS

FRESNO STATE

KORY STEPHENS JR. - JAVELIN - 5-11 - CORONA, CALIF. - (SANTIAGO HS)

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DAVANTE O’CONNER

JR. - DISTANCE - 5-4

FR. - JUMPS

- MADERA, CALIF. -

- LOS ANGELES, CALIF. -

(MADERA SOUTH HS)

(LOCKE HS)

DANNY VARTANIAN JR. - DISTANCE - 5-9 - FRESNO, CALIF. - (BUCHANAN HS)

TONY GUZMAN

DANIEL WILLIFORD JR. - HURDLES/SPRINTS - 6-1 - STOCKTON, CALIF. - (FRANKLIN HS)

2012

2013

KANE WALLS FR. - DISTANCE - 5-8

FR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS

- CORCORAN, CALIF. -

- 6-2 - SANGER, CALIF.

(CORCORAN HS)

- (HOOVER HS)

STUDENT ATHLETE ATHLETE BIOS BIOS STUDENT

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

NATHAN ESPARZA

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FRESNO STATE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 100 Meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Terry Bowen Darel Newman Chris Berrian E.J. Jackson Cameron Parker Jeremiah Wheeler Rick Jones Anthony Barnes Jesse Smith Demetrius Snaer

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

Chris Berrian Anthony Barnes Terry Bowen Mike Agostini Mike Ward Sam Workman Demetrius Snaer E.J. Jackson Paul Castle Sam Chance

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

Steve Campbell Mike Ward Benjie Green C.J. Nakayama Ramsey Jay Jeff Roberson Larry Walker Dant Kusleika Harlan South Robin Johnson Reggie Allen

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

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20.47 (wa) 20.64 20.68 20.84 (c) 20.88 20.94 (cy) 20.97 20.98 21.01 21.07

46.03 46.45 46.48 46.63 46.68 46.69 46.70 46.83 46.85 47.03 47.03

Jeff Roberson Jack Armour Aaron Samansky Jack Wilcox Dave Casper Joe Amendt Jamey Harris Gary Lewis Frank Sanders Gary McManus

1:46.1 1:47.77 1:48.52 1:48.9 (y) 1:49.5 (y) 1:49.60 1:49.74 1:49.92 1:50.08 1:50.2

CHRIS BERRIAN

1994 1965 2005 2000 2011 1985 1987 1988 2003 1998

2005 1988 1994 1958 1999 1964 1998 2000 1993 1984

1977 1998 1988 2000 1999 1986 1987 1993 1989 1984 2003

1986 1985 1996 1958 1955 1993 1994 1985 2008 1977

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

Jamey Harris Gary Lewis Rod Heskett Frank Sanders Ernie Freer Jason Lienau Darren Abbott Olivier Bernard Kipp Ortenburger Bryan Foley

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

Gary Lewis Jamey Harris Frank Sanders Bryan Foley Bob Dies Steve Fairman Scott Mayfield Olivier Bernard Roosevelt Cook Phil Ogilvie

5,000 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Scott Mayfield Peter Brett Jamey Harris Bob Deis Paul Zwama Gary Gonzales Tony Ramirez Gary Lewis Ernie Freer Rich Langford

10,000 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Peter Brett Scott Mayfield Paul Zwama Rich Langford Erick Garcia George Aguirre Danny Vartanian Dave Lehrman Israel Pose Chris Hamer

Steeplechase 3:40.86 3:41.28 3:43.91 3:44.15 3:44.9 3:46.04 3:46.21 3:46.57 3:46.63 3:47.1

1994 1985 1990 2010 1989 1990 1991 2012 1995 1979

3:58.6 4:02.08 4:02.38 4:05.3 4:05.7 4:06.1 4:06.2 4:06.87 4:07.8 4:08.65

1985 1994 2010 1980 1978 1985 1983 2012 2002 2003

13:58.2 13:58.30 14:09.27 14:12.8 14:14.16 14:15.33 14:18.6 14:22.1 14:24.89 14:27.6

1983 1985 1994 1977 2011 1985 1977 1985 1989 1977

28:44.45 29:09.0 29:41.92 29:46.0 29:45.95 30:04.6 30:10.99 30:15.9 30:16.34 30:23.0

1985 1983 2011 1977 2010 1977 2011 1985 1994 1980

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

Christian Stang Barasa Thomas Peter Brett Bryan Foley Neff McGhie Sal Rodriguez Jim Hardimon Brendan Hewitt Darren Abbott Scott Mayfield

8:45.47 8:51.2 8:52.31 8:54.4 8:55.46 8:57.9 8:58.68 8:58.9 9:01.2 9:02.57

High Jump 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 10.

1990 1983 1985 1981 1991 1988 1987 1985 1991 1983

110-meter High Hurdles 1. 2. 3. 1984 4. 1978 5. 1990 6. 2009 7. 8. 1996 9.

Robert Foster Ancel Robinson Frank Williamson

13.53 1994 13.84 (c) 1958 13.89

Mark Carley

14.01

Richard Holmes

14.17

Val-Pierre Dai’Re

14.20

Al Williams 14.27 (cy) 1967 Ranjeet Randhawa 14.32 Sid Nickolas Ervin Hunt Reuben Parrish

14.37 (cy) 14.37 (cy) 14.37

1963 1969 1995

Pole Vault

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

Jim Davis Doug Fraley David Cox Mark Heppner Kelly Rodriques Scott Krupilski Derek Oliver Jim Drath Nick Paramo Scott Wenholz Russell Weaver

Long Jump

400-meter Intermediate Hurdles

1. Val- Pierre Dai’Re 50.37 2010 2. Ryan Moore 50.51 2006 3. Mike Mince 50.84 (c) 4. Kendrick Young 50.93 2009 5. Frank Williamson 51.04 1984 6. John Thompson 51.24 (c) 7. Ron Murray 51.57 1999 8. Don Daves 51.63 1986 9. Ray Brooks 51.72 1989 10. Roger Parenzee 51.90 1984

Dan McNamara 7-2.25 (2.19m) Bill Hepworth 7-2 (2.18m) Derrick Moore 7-2 (2.18m) Moses Kearney 7-1.75 (2.18m) Erik Nyberg 7-0.5 (2.17m) Gio Spratling 7-0.5 (2.17m) David Henderson 7-0.25(2.16m) Todd Ward 7-0.25 (2.16m) Doug Anderson 7-0.25 (2.16m) Jeral Richardson 7-0 (2.16m) Ron Horn 7-0 (2.16m) Jess Richardson 7-0 (2.16m)

1978 1979

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

George Gaffney Sid Nickolas James Stalworth Billy Coleman Derrick Mitchell Gary Lee Kendall Hoggatt Reggie Jackson Robert Foster Henry Ellard

Triple Jump

1. 2. 3. 4.

Henry Ellard Reggie Jackson Ken Frazier James Williams

19-0.25 (5.80m) 18-11 (5.76m) 18-6.5 (5.65m) 18-2.5 (5.55m) 17-10.5 (5.45m) 17-8.5 (5.40m) 17-8.5 (5.40m) 17-7 (5.36m) 17-6.5 (5.34m) 17-6.5 (5.34m) 17-6.5 (5.34m)

1982 1988 1989 1995 1997 1991 1979 1979 1981 1973 1978 1981

2000 1986 1996 1986 1986 1987 1992 1991 2000 2000 2005

26-5.5 (8.06m) 1984 26-2.25 (7.98m) 1964 26-2.25 (7.98m) 1991 26-1.75 (7.97m) 1988 25-8 (7.82m) 1995 25-7.50 (7.81m) 2008 25-3.25 (7.70m) 1994 25-1.5 (7.66m) 1990 25-0.75 (7.62m) 1993 25-0.25 (7.62m) 1982

55-0.5 (16.77m) 1982 54-9.5 (16.70m) 1990 53-5.75 (16.30m) 1986 52-11 (16.13m) 1986

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

RYAN MOORE

2011

JIM DAVIS 2012

1986 1994 1964 1986 2002 1990

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

John Bender 65-6 (19.96m) 1987 Ryan Beckenhauer 64- 2.5 (19.57m) 2001 Cameron Baxter 62-2.75 (19.58m) 1984 Don Crow 59-0 (17.98m) 1983 Dave Endler 58-6.75 (17.85m) 2007 Oscar Rodriguez 58-1.25 (17.71m) 2007 Roshawn James 57-4.75 (17.49m) 1992 Mike Giroux 57-1 (17.37m) 1974 Matt Drinkwalter 56-10 (17.32m) 1999 J.D. Martin 56-4.5 (17.18m) 1998

Paul Bender 205-0 (62.48m) 1985 Mike Guidry 184-1 (56.11m) 2002 Scott Endler 183-8 (55.98m) 1979 Joe Vasquez 177-11 (54.23m) 2004 Roshawn James 177-7 (54.13m) 1992 Kenth Svensson 177-2 (54.00m) 1968 Dave Endler 176-3 (53.72m) 2007 Jason Dossey 175-5 (53.47m) 1996 Doyle Nelms 174-3 (53.11m) 1973 Dustin Lawrenson 172-8 (52.63m) 2003

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

Matt Mileham Machan Littleton Luke Woydziak Mike Ostrom Brian Vazquez Cameron Baxter Joe Vasquez Mike Giroux Andy Harris Tim Greene

Javelin (1986 rules) 1. Todd Riech 2. Roy Seidmeyer 3. Mike Ostrom

SCOTT MAYFIELD

52-9.5 (16.09m) 52-5.5 (15.99m) 52-4 (15.95m) 52-3.5 (15.94m) 52-1 (15.87m) 52-0 (15.85m)

Shot Put

Clint Williams Derrick Mitchell Charles Craig Cornell Archie Kyle Carano Marcus Hooks

RYAN BECKENAUER

252-8 (77.01m) 1984 224-9 (68.50m) 1985 212-11 (64.90m) 1999 212-6 (64.77m) 1988 208-6 (63.55m) 2008 208-5 (63.52m) 1984 206-7 (63.27m) 2004 205-5 (62.61m) 1975 204-11 (62.46m) 1990 203-9 (62.11m) 2009

266-9 (81.30m) 1994 236-8 (72.13m) 1988 216-9 (66.06m) 1988

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Peter Krumeich Darrel Higgins Chris Uribe Tim Baker Ryan Burgess Derek Oliver Dallas Richey

217-1.25 (66.17m) 2009 205-9 (62.71m) 1999 202-10 (61.82m) 2000 201-7 (61.44m) 1989 200-1 (60.98m) 2003 (60.52m) 2012 196-11 (60.02m) 1995

Decathlon (w/1985 tables) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Roger George Peter Mansur Scott Krupilski Dave Crume Tim Baker John Warkentin Scott Wenholz Bob Bauld Michael Askjaer Bump Novacek

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

Mike Ostrom Matt Mileham Cameron Baxter Rick Fritzemeier Paul Bender Machan Littleton Dave Endler Andy Harris Joe Vasquez John Bender

7,808 7,593 7,518 7,505 7,436 7,424 7,383 7,183 7,133 7,092

1974 1984 1987 1985 1991 1969 2000 1982 1996 1988

4,418 4,383 4,220 4,140 4,035 4,007 3,983 3,958 3,922 3,909

1988 1984 1983 1980 1985 1985 2008 1989 2004 1987

Decathlon

Event Name Record Year Total Day 1 Day 2

Roger George Roger George Roger George

7,808 3,991 3,817

1974 1974 1974

Relay Records

4 x 100 meters 38.94 1998 E.J. Jackson, Detetrius Snaer, Mike Ward, Etroy Nelson 4 x 400 meters 3:06.57 Chris Jones, Mike Ward, Demetrius Snaer, Etroy Nelson

1998

(c) - converted from manual time (y) - converted from yards (wa)- wind-aided

MATT MILEHAM

RECORDS

RECORDS

10.16 10.26 10.27 10.29 10.32 (wa) 10.34 10.35 10.36 10.40 10.41

1,500 Meters

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FRESNO STATE INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Year 1970

Name Roger Casteneda Erkki Mustakari Ken Svensson

Event Shot Put Pole Vault Hammer

Mark 55-6.5 (16.93m) 16-6 (5.03m) 138-0 (42.06m)

1971 Keith Tice

Hammer

182-10 (55.73m)

1972 Roger George Keith Toe

Decathlon Hammer

7,193 193-3 (58.90m)

1973 Roger George Mike Giroux Doyle Nelms

Decathlon Shot Put Discus

7,455 56-5.5 (17.21m) 165-2 (50.34m)

1974

400-meters Decathlon Hammer Shot Put

48.26-y 7,390 194-10 (59.38m) 57-1 (17.40m)

1975 Jim Foster Mike Giroux Mike Giroux

Decathlon Hammer Shot Put

6,735 189-6 (57.76m) 54-6 (16.61m)

1976

Steve Campbell Mark Carley Joe Hippensteel Ward Sorensen

400-meters 200-meters Decathlon Hammer

46.2 21.2 6,965 179-7 (54.74m)

1977 Steve Campbell

400-meters

46.0

1980 Bryan Foley Bryan Foley Matt Mileham

800-meters 1,500-meters Hammer

1:51.30 3:47.40 220-2 (67.10m)

1981

800-meters Triple Jump Steeplechase Hammer

1:51.94 49-1 (14.96m) 8:54.4 229-11 (70.08m)

Discus Triple Jump Steeplechase

173-1 (52.75m) 52-6.75 (16.02m) 9:06.24

Steve Campbell Roger George Mike Giroux Mike Giroux

Ronnie Arnold Henry Ellard Bryan Foley Matt Mileham

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1983

Cam Baxter Shot Put 61-6.25 (18.75m) George Gaffney Long Jump 25-8 (7.82m) Scott Mayfield 5,000-meters 14:14.39 Scott Mayfield 10,000-meters 30:32.90 Terry Neely 100-meters 10.61 Barasa Thomas Steeplechase 8:52.88 Frank Williamson 110 hurdles 14:08 Terry Neely, Tony Saunders, Keith Moore, George Gaffney 4x100-meter Relay 40.5

1984

Jack Armour Sam Chance George Gaffney Pete Mansur

MIKE GIROUX

800-meters 200-meters Long Jump Decathlon

1:50.09 21.07 26-3.75 (8.02m) 7,631

Matt Mileham Hammer 252-8 (77.0m) Terry Neely 100-meters 10.47 Larry Walker 400-meters 46.72 Frank Williamson 400 hurdles 51.04 Larry Walker, Robin Johnson, James Polk, Frank Williamson 4x400-meter Relay 3:10.51

1985 Jack Armour 800-meters 1:49.62 Paul Bender Discus 182-3 (55.55m) Peter Brett Steeplechase 8:52.31 Peter Brett 5,000-meters 14:03.92 Dave Crume Decathlon 7,505 Doug Fraley Pole Vault 17-10.5 (5.45m) Rick Jones 100-meters 10.49 Gary Lewis 1,500-meters 3:47.0 Roger Parenzee 400 hurdles 52.45 Robin Johnson, Jeff Roberson, Larry Walker, Jack Armour 4x400-meter Relay 3:10.90 1986 Doug Fraley Pole Vault 18-6.5 (5.65m) Ken Frazier Long Jump 24-11.25 (7.60m) Rick Jones 100-meters 10.37-w Scott Krupilski Decathlon 7,431 Mike Ostom Javelin 202-7 (61.75m) Jeff Roberson 800-meters 1:51.04 James Williams Triple Jump 52-11 (16.13m) James Williams, Rick Jones, Lawrence Nelson, Keith McCoy 4x100-meter Relay 40.18 1987 John Bender Shot Put 61-11 (18.87m) Doug Fraley Pole Vault 18-0.5 (5.50m) Ken Frazier Long Jump 24-5.25 (7.45m) Ken Frazier Triple Jump 52-11.75 (16.15m) Rick Jones 100-meters 10.39 Mike Ostrom Hammer 198-7 (60.53m) Roy Seidmeyer Javelin 230-6 (70.25m) Larry Walker 400-meters 46.71 Cornell Archie, Rick Jones, Larry Walker, Darryl Alexander 4x100-meter Relay 40.90 1988

Pat Alduenda Pole Vault 15-9 (4.80m) Anthony Barnes 100-meters 10.20-w Anthony Barnes 200-meters 20.64 John Bender Shot Put 57-4.25 (17.48m) Billy Coleman Long Jump 25-6.25 (7.78m) Ernie Freer 1,500-meters 3:54.76 Bill Hepworth High Jump 6-11.75 (2.13m) Reggie Jackson Triple Jump 50-6.75 (15.41m) Bump Novacek Decathlon 7,092 Mike Ostrom Hammer 212-6 (64.77m) Sal Rodriguez Steeplechase 9:16.54 Roy Seidmeyer Javelin 2:36.80 Billy Coleman, Anthony Barnes, Benjie Green, Harlan South 4x100-meter Relay 40.53 Chris Olsen, Harlan South, Will Breckenridge, Benjie Green

HENRY ELLARD

PETER 2011BRETT

1996 Moses Kearney Derrick Mitchell Aaron Samansky

REGGIE 2012 JACKSON

High Jump Long Jump 800-meters

7-1 (2.16m) 25-6 (7.77m) 1:50.66

1997 Scott Wenholz

Pole Vault

17-2.75 (5.25m)

1998 Jim Davis C.J. Nakayama

Pole Vault Decathlon

17-2.75 (5.24m) 6,715

1999 Jim Davis

Pole Vault

17-11 (5.46m)

2000 Jim Davis Scott Wenholz

Pole Vault Decathlon

19-0.25 (5.80m)^ 6,765

2001 2002

Justin Schwartz

Decathlon

6,018

2003 Russell Weaver

Pole Vault

17-0 (5.18m)

2004 Russell Weaver

Pole Vault

16-6.75 (5.05m)

Mark Unzueta Pole Vault 16-6.25 (5.03m) C.J. Nakayama, Aaron Vasquez, Roosevelt Cook, Reginald Allen 4x400-meter relay 3:10.15

2005 Chris Berrian 100-meters 10.51 200-meters 20.78 Ryan Moore 400 hurdles 52.00 Russell Weaver Pole Vault 16-6 (5.03m) Rico Morales, Juan Valdez, Kenny Moon, Ryan Moore 4x400-meter relay 3:09.97 2006 Adam Andersen Pole Vault 16-0.75 (4.89m) Ryan Moore 400 hurdles 51.41 Alex Jones, Jesse Smith, Val-Pierre Dai’Re, Thomas Munrain 4x100-meter relay 40.61 Kenny Moon, Juan Valdez, Darryl Miller, Ryan Moore 4x400-meter relay 3:10.95 2007 Dave Endler Andrew Pancotti

Discus Pole Vault

2008 Frank Sanders

1,500-meters

175-8 (53.54m) 16-7.25 (5.06m) 3:53.20

2009 Frank Sanders 1,500-meters 3:51.41 Michael Barragan, Kendrick Young, Val-Pierre Dai’Re, Darryl Miller 4x400-meter relay 3:10.98 2010 Frank Sanders Frank Sanders Paul Zwama

1,500-meter 800-meter 5,000-meter

3:49.61 1:50.42 14:26.15

2011 Justin Lovingood

Triple Jump

50-01.75 (15.28m)

2012 Darian Hutson High Jump 6-5.00 (1.96m) Devin Harrison Long Jump 23-10.75 (7.28m) Justin Lovingood Triple Jump 50-3.50(15.33m) Olivier Bernard 1,500-meter 3:52.55 Brennen Davis, Remington Blair, Devin Harrison, Jordan Walker 4x400-meter relay 3:13.32

DERRICK MITCHELL

w - wind aided y - converted from yards

RUSSELL WEAVER

RECORDS

RECORDS

1982 Paul Bender Henry Ellard Barasa Thomas

Bill Hepworth High Jump 6-11.75 (2.13m) Reggie Jackson Triple Jump 50-6.75 (15.41m) Bump Novacek Decathlon 7,092 Mike Ostrom Hammer 212-6 (64.77m) Sal Rodriguez Steeplechase 9:16.54 Roy Seidmeyer Javelin 2:36.80 Billy Coleman, Anthony Barnes, Benjie Green, Harlan South 4x100-meter Relay 40.53 Chris Olsen, Harlan South, Will Breckenridge, Benjie Green 4x400-meter Relay 3:12.21 1989 Anthony Barnes 100-meters 10.70 Billy Coleman Long Jump 23-11.75 (7.31m) Reggie Jackson Triple Jump 51-6.5 (15.71m) Derrick Moore High Jump 6-11.75 (2.13m) Derek Oliver Pole Vault 16-6.5 (5.04m) Roy Seidmeyer Javelin 228-9 (69.72m) 1990 Rod Heskett 1,500-meters 3:53.95 Richard Holmes 110 hurdles 14.78 Reggie Jackson Triple Jump 52-11 (16.13m) (w) Ron McCree 100-meters 11.08 Todd Riech Javelin 216-8 (66.04m) Todd Sprague Pole Vault 17-0.75 (5.20m) 1991 Jeff Coppock Pole Vault 16-0.75 (4.89m) Jamey Harris 1,500-meters 3:48.05 Roshawn James Shot Put 56-1.25 (17.10m) Khaldun Rucker Long Jump 23-3.5 (7.10m) James Stallworth 100-meters 10.53 1992 Joe Amendt 800-meters 1:51.90 Jim Drath Pole Vault 17-4.5 (5.29m) Jamey Harris 1,500-meters 3:52.38 Reggie Jackson Triple Jump 51-11.75 (15.84m) Roshawn James Shot Put 53-10.5 (16.42m) Todd Riech Javelin 228-8 (69.70m) Tom Rowe Hammer 180-8 (55.07m) Sam Watson Long Jump 25-0 (7.62m) Whaylin Bratton, Paul Castle, Dant Kusleika, Mike Orwat 4x100-meter Relay 40.50 1993 Robert Foster 110 hurdles 13.86 400 hurdles 52.12 David Cox Pole Vault 18-1.25 (5.53m) 1994 Robert Foster 110 hurdles 13.72 Todd Riech Javelin 246-8 (75.18m) Kendall Hoggatt Long Jump 25-3.25 (7.70m) 1995 Derrick Mitchell Triple Jump 51-6.25 (15.70m) Long Jump 24-9.25 (7.55m) Aaron Samansky 800-meters 1:49.52

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COACHING RECORDS

FRESNO STATE ALL-AMERICANS 1934 Walter Marty, high jump, T-1st Elroy Robinson, 880 yards, 4th Floyd Wilson, long jump, 4th 1935 Elroy Robinson, 880 yards, 1st Clarence Rowland, javelin, 3rd 1939 Tommy Nelson, 100 yards, 6th 1940 George Hoffman, pole vault, 2nd (tie) Bob Madrid, two mile run, 6th 1941 Bob Madrid, two mile run, 2nd 1942 Art Cazares, two mile run, 1st 1943 Lou Futrell, high hurdles, 4th Lou Futrell, low hurdles, 4th 1944 Joe Shropshire, 440 yards, 4th Joe Shropshire, 880 yards, 4th 1945 Glen Shaffer, high hurdles, 2nd Joe Shropshire, 440 yards, 6th 1947 Garold Gaines, javelin, 3rd Paul Ferdinandsen, javelin, 4th 1948 Dick Vierra, 10,000 meters, 4th 1951 Bob Stout, two mile run, 5th 1952 Fred Barnes, pole vault, T-6th 1953 Fred Barnes, pole vault, 1st Les Laing, 100 yards, 3rd Les Laing, 220 yards, 3rd 1956 Mike Agostini, 100 meters, 3rd Mike Agostini, 200 meters, 4th Ancel Robinson, high hurdles, 4th 1957 Ancel Robinson, low hurdles, 1st Ancel Robinson, high hurdles, 2nd Mike Agostini, 100 yards, 4th Jack Wilcox, 880 yards, 6th 1958 Jack Wilcox, 880 yards, 3rd 1963 Charles Craig, triple jump, 2nd Sid Nickolas, long jump, 5th Sid Nickolas, high hurdles, 6th

1964 Charles Craig, triple jump, 1st Sid Nickolas, long jump, 2nd Marvin Bryant, Charles Craig, Sam Workman, Sid Nickolas, 400 meter relay, 2nd Darel Newman, 100 meters, 4th 1965 Darel Newman, 100 yards, 1st 1968 Erkki Mustakari, pole vault, 4th 1969 Erkki Mustakari, pole vault, T-4th 1972 Roger George, decathlon, 4th 1973 Roger George, decathlon, 2nd 1974 Roger George, decathlon, 2nd 1977 Steve Campbell, 400 meters, 3rd Joe Hippensteel, decathlon, 11th 1980 Matt Mileham, hammer, 2nd 1981 Matt Mileham, hammer, 3rd 1982 Matt Mileham, hammer, 5th Henry Ellard, triple jump, 7th 1983 George Gaffney, long jump, 7th 1984 Matt Mileham, hammer, 1st Pete Mansur, decathlon, 6th 1985 Doug Fraley, pole vault, 3rd 1986 Mark Heppner, pole vault, 2nd Jeff Roberson, 800 meters, 2nd Doug Fraley, pole vault, 3rd Ken Frazier, triple jump, 6th

Clint Williams, triple jump, 13th 1987 Doug Fraley, pole vault, 1st John Bender, shot put, 5th Roy Seidmeyer, javelin, 8th Daron Crass, hammer, 8th Mike Ostrom, hammer, 11th 1988 John Bender, shot put, 2nd Mike Ostrom, hammer, 5th 1989 Reggie Jackson, triple jump, 8th 1990 Reggie Jackson, triple jump, 4th Andy Harris, hammer, 8th 1991 Todd Riech, javelin, 4th 1992 Todd Riech, javelin, 4th 1993 David Cox, pole vault, 7th 1994 Todd Riech, javelin, 1st Robert Foster, 110-meter hurdles, 1st Terry Bowen, 100-meters, 4th David Cox, pole vault, 6th 1996 David Cox, pole vault, 2nd 1999 Jim Davis, pole vault, 6th 2000 Jim Davis, pole vault, T-6th Scott Wenholz, decathlon, 10th 2001 Ryan Beckenhauer, shot put, 8th 2008 Gary Lee, long jump, 5th

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ROBERT FOSTER

Overall Duals Conference Year Coach W L T Pct. Finish

1924

E.L. Dickelmann

1

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-

1.000

-

1 Year Totals

1

-

-

1.000

-

1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

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2 3 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 3 2 1 0 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 3 5 3 2 1 2 5 2 3 5 5 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

.600 .400 .200 .666 1.000 .750 .750 .750 1.000 .333 .666 .500 .333 .250 .500 .750 1.000 .500 .250 .666 .500 .750 .750 .750 .500 .166 .250 .500 .800 .666 .166 .750 .416 .000 .286 .286

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st -

36 Year Totals

84

76

0

.525

1961 Dutch Warmerdam 3 6 0 1962 Dutch Warmerdam 3 5 0 1963 Dutch Warmerdam 3 2 0 1964 Dutch Warmerdam 5 3 0 1965 Dutch Warmerdam 2 3 0 1966 Dutch Warmerdam 4 3 0 1967 Dutch Warmerdam 3 6 0

TODD RIECH

2011

DUTCH WARMERDAM

2012

.333 .375 .600 .625 .400 .571 .333

RED ESTES

1st 1st 1st -

.500 .625 .429 .500 .000 .666 .714 .500 .636 .833 .500 .750 .666

20 Year Totals

80

68

1

.540

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes Red Estes

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6 3 3 2 3 1 1 2 0 3 5 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

.625 .666 .700 .777 .727 .875 .900 .875 1.000 .813 .666 .916 .909 .833 .750 1.000 .889 .950 .818 .875

20 Year Totals

188

38

1

.832

2001 Bob Fraley 2002 Bob Fraley 2003 Bob Fraley 2004 Bob Fraley 2005 Bob Fraley 2006 Bob Fraley 2007 Bob Fraley 2008 Bob Fraley

8 0 0 1.00 5 1 0 .800 2 2 0 .500 3 0 0 1.000 6 0 0 1.000 1 0 1 .750 7 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000

33

8 Years

3

1

1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 0.000 0 1 0 4th 0 1 0 0.000

1

3

387

188

TOTALS: 88 YEARS

BOB FRALEY

0

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 6th 2nd 5th 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 2nd 4th 4th 4th

.892

2009 Scott Winsor 2010 Scott Winsor 2011 Scott Winsor 2012 Scott Winsor

4 Years

-

4th 4th 3rd

0.250

3

RECORDS

RECORDS

1964 NCAA College Division Team Champions

1968 Dutch Warmerdam 3 3 0 1969 Dutch Warmerdam 5 3 0 1970 Dutch Warmerdam 3 4 0 1971 Dutch Warmerdam 4 4 0 1972 Dutch Warmerdam 0 5 0 1973 Dutch Warmerdam 4 2 0 1974 Dutch Warmerdam 5 2 0 1975 Dutch Warmerdam 3 3 0 1976 Dutch Warmerdam 7 4 0 1977 Dutch Warmerdam 7 1 1 1978 Dutch Warmerdam 4 4 0 1979 Dutch Warmerdam 6 2 0 1980 Dutch Warmerdam 6 3 0

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FRESNO STATE WOMEN’S ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

WOMEN’S ROSTER BREAKDOWN

NAME........................... HEIGHT....YEAR......EVENT...........................HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

Marla Acosta........................ 5-5...........FR.........Hurdles/High Jump.................... Kingsburg, Calif. (Kingsburg HS) Melanie Baran..................... 5-11..........FR.........Mid-Distance...................Sanford, Manitoba (Sanford Collegiate) Saylah Barserian.................. 5-2...........JR.........Distance................................................. Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS) Tiffani Boone........................ 5-5...........SR.........Jumps............................................. Clovis, Calif. (Clovis East HS) Kayley Braucher................... 5-6.......... SO.........Throws........................................ Castaic, Calif. (West Ranch HS) Caitlin Byrd.........................5-10.5.........SR.........Throws.................................................Carson, Calif. (Carson HS) Bree Carbajal........................ 5-6...........FR.........High Jump..................................... Lemoore, Calif. (Lemoore HS) Meghan de la Torre............... 5-4...........SR.........Sprints......................................... Hollister, Calif. (San Benito HS) Alyson DeLaRosa................. 5-4...........JR.........Mid-Distance................................Bakersfield, Calif. (Frontier HS) Kelly Duffy............................ 5-5...........JR.........Distance....................................... Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West HS) Fabrina Espinoza.................. 5-6...........JR.........Sprints/Jumps...................................Long Beach, Calif. (Indiana) Lyndsie Etherton.................. 5-4...........SR.........Distance.............................................. Fresno, Calif. (Bullard HS) Jaylynn Farley..................... 5-11..........FR.........Throws..............................................Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) AnaManu Folau.................... 5-9...........JR.........Throws........................................... Sacramento, Calif. (Florin HS) Kristen Galvez...................... 5-5...........JR.........Distance.............. Rowland Heights, Calif. (John A. Rowland HS) Lindsay Gray........................ 5-3...........FR.........Distance................................................. Clovis, Calif. (Clovis HS) Ashley Hatcher..................... 5-3...........JR.........Jumps................................................Oceanside, Calif. (Vista HS) Brittany Heyano.................... 5-5...........JR.........Sprinter...................................... Kingsburg, Calif. (Kingsburg HS) Julianne Jacques................. 5-2........ RS FR......Distance...........................................Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan HS) Dezirae Johnson................... 5-6...........FR.........Hurdles............................................ Santa Rosa, Calif. (Piner HS) Kyra Johnson....................... 5-6...........FR.........Sprints/Jumps................................. Santa Rosa, Calif. (Piner HS) Stella Kubasch..................... 5-5...........FR.........Mid-Distance............Luebeck, Germany (Carl Jacob Burckhardt) Shakira Lewis....................... 5-2...........FR.........Sprints/Jumps.................................... Manteca, Calif. (Sierra HS) Jazmine Louis...................... 5-2...........FR.........Sprints/Jumps......................................Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS) Meagan McKee................... 5-10..........SR.........Throws.................................... San Jose, Calif. (Santa Teresa HS) Carina Mendoza................... 5-6...........JR.........Distance............................................ Madera, Calif. (Madera HS) Marrijtje Molenhuis............... 5-7...........SR.........Distance.......... Assen, Netherlands (Vincent Van Gogh Christian) J’Quyra Moncur-Blue........... 5-9...........SR.........Throws................................................. Miami, Fla. (East Side HS) Meagan Paracholski............5-5.5......... SO.........Distance............................................ Winnipeg, Sisler (Sisler HS) Erika Peyton......................... 6-0...........FR.........Throws............................... Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame H) Deanna Ribeiro..................... 5-2...........JR.........Distance....................... Chowchilla, Calif. (Chowchilla Union HS) Michelle Rose....................... 5-3...........SR.........Thrower.................................Fresno, Calif. (Fresno Christian HS) Annemarie Schwanz............. 5-5...........FR.........Distance.... Neuruppin, Germany (Sportschule-Neubrandenburg) Je’Nia Sears......................... 5-5.......... SO.........Jumps...................................................Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS) Ann Taylor............................ 5-8...........JR.........Distance............................................Oceanside, Calif. (Vista HS) Breeauna Thompson............ 5-3...........SR.........Sprints..................................................Fresno, Calif. (Edison HS) Augun Turner........................ 5-1...........JR.........Sprints........................................... Lemoore, Calif. (Lemoore HS) Tawnya Turton..................... 5-10..........JR.........Throws................................ Mission Viejo, Calif. (Saddleback JC) Sarah Una’Dia..................... 5-10..........SR.........High Jump/Heptathlon............................ Gilroy, Calif. (Gilroy HS) Annette Washington............5-5.5..........SR.........Sprints...................................... Temecula, Calif. (Great Oaks HS) Caroline Weaver................... 5-4...........FR.........Pole Vault...................................... Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West HS) Katherine Wells..................... 5-2...........JR.........Sprints.......................................Salinas, Calif. (North Salinas HS)

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DISTANCE

Saylah Barserian Kelly Duffy Lyndsie Etherton Kristen Galvez Lyndsie Gray Julianne Jacques Carina Mendoza Marrijtje Molenhuis Meagan Paracholski Deanna Ribeiro Annemarie Schwanz Ann Taylor

HURDLES

Marla Acosta Dezirae Johnson

JUMPS

Marla Acosta Tiffani Boone

Bree Carbajal Fabrina Espinoza Ashley Hatcher Kyra Johnson Shakira Lewis Jazmine Louis Je’Nia Sears Sarah Una’Dia

Shakira Lewis Jazmine Louis Breeauna Thompson Augun Turner Annette Washington Katherine Wells

MID-DISTANCE

Kayley Braucher Caitlin Byrd Jaylynn Farley AnaManu Folau Meagan McKee J’Quyra Moncur-Blue Erika Peyton Michelle Rose Tawnya Turton

Melanie Baran Alyson DeLaRosa Stella Kubasch

SPRINTS Meghan de la Torre Fabrina Espinoza Brittany Heyano Kyra Johnson

THROWS

HEPTATHLON

Sarah Una’Dia

WOMEN’S QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY

Location............................................................. Fresno, Calif. Enrollment....................................................................21,000 Founded..........................................................................1911 Nickname..................................................................Bulldogs Conference....................................................Western Athletic President.......................................................... John D. Welty Director of Athletics.......................................... Thomas Boeh SWA...................................................................Betsy Mosher

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach/Director of Track & Field................ Scott Winsor Year..................................................................................Fifth Alma Mater.................................................Loras College, ‘87 Assistant Coach- Sprints & Hurdles................. Chris Baptista Year.............................................................................. Eighth Alma Mater............................................................... UAB, ‘97 Assistant Coach- Distance.............................Sean McManus Year..................................................................................Fifth Alma Mater................................................... Notre Dame, ‘01 Assistant Coach- Throws...................................Lisa Misipeka Year..................................................................................Fifth Alma Mater...............................................South Carolina, ‘98 Track & Field Office.......................................... 559-278-6833

2013 TEAM INFORMATION

Key Returners Meagan McKee.... WAC Champion/NCAA Regional Qualifier Latrisha Jordan..... WAC Champion/NCAA Regional Qualifier Breeauna Thompson....................... NCAA Regional Qualifier Je’Nia Sears.................................... NCAA Regional Qualifier

BULLDOG HISTORY

All-Americans......................................................................21 Individual Conference Champions......................................79 2012 WAC Outdoor Conference Finish............... 4th, 115 pts. 2012 WAC Outdoor Individual Champions............................2 2012 NCAA Regional Qualifiers............................................7 Indoor All-Americans...........................................................15 Indoor Conference Championships.....................................23 2012 WAC Indoor Conference Finish...........................6th, 71 2012 WAC Indoor individual Champions...............................1

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Track & Field Contact.................................... Matt Burkholder Email........................................ mburkholder@csufresno.edu Office phone..................................................... 559-278-6186 Cell Phone........................................................ 559-862-3771 Office Fax......................................................... 559-278-2689 Website.......................................................... gobulldogs.com

2013

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RETURNERS

traCk & Field

CAITLYN BYRD

JR. - DISTANCE - 5-2 - CLOVIS, CALIF. - (CLOVIS HS)

JR. - THROWS - 5-10 - CARSON, CALIF. - (CARSON HS)

TIFFANY BOONE

MEGHAN DE LA TORRE

SR. - JUMPS - 5-5 - CLOVIS, CALIF. - (CLOVIS EAST HS)

SR. - SPRINTS - 5-4 - HOLLISTER, CALIF. - (SAN BENITO HS)

ALYSON DELAROSA

KAYLEY BRAUCHER

JR. - MIDDLE DISTANCE - 5-4 - BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. - (FRONTIER HS)

SO. - THROWS - 5-6 - CASTAIC, CALIF. - (WEST RANCH HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

SAYLAH BARSERIAN

44

RETURNERS

FRESNO STATE

45


RETURNERS

traCk & Field

KELLY DUFFY

KRISTEN GALVEZ SO. - DISTANCE - 5-5 - ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CALIF. - (JOHN A. ROWLAND HS)

LYNDSIE ETHERTON

BRITTANY HEYANO

SO. - DISATNCE - 5-4 - FRESNO, CALIF. - (BULLARD HS)

JR. - HURDLES - 5-6 - KINGSBURG, CALIF. - (KINGSBURG HS)

MEAGAN MCKEE

ANAMANU FOLAU

JR. - THROWS - 5-10 - SAN JOSE, CALIF. - (SAINT TERESA HS)

JR. - THROWS - 5-9 - SACRAMENTO, CALIF. - (FLORIN HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

SO. - DISATNCE - 5-5 - FRESNO, CALIF. - (CLOVIS WEST HS)

46

RETURNERS

FRESNO STATE

47


RETURNERS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

traCk & Field

CARINA MENDOZA

MEAGAN PARACHOLSKI

JR. - DISTANCE - 5-6 - MADERA, CALIF. - (MADERA HS)

SO - DISTANCE - 5-5 - WINNIPEG, SISLER - (SISTER HS)

MARRIJTJE MOLENHUIS

DEANNA RIBEIRO

SR. - DISTANCE - 5-7 - ASSEN, NETHERLANDS - (VINCENT VAN GOGH CHRISTIAN)

JR. - DISTANCE - 5-2 - CHOWCHILLA, CALIF. - (CHOWCHILLA UNION HS)

J’QUYRA MONCUR-BLUE

MICHELLE ROSE

SR. - THROWS - 5-9 - MIAMI, FLA. - (EAST SIDE HS)

SR. - THROWS - 5-3 - FRESNO, CALIF. - (FRESNO CHRISTIAN HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

48

RETURNERS

FRESNO STATE

49


RETURNERS

traCk & Field

JE’NIA SEARS

BREEAUNA THOMPSON JR. - SPRINTS - 5-3 - FRESNO, CALIF. - (EDISON HS)

AUGUN TURNER

ANN TAYLOR

JR. - SPRINTS - 5-1 - LEMOORE, CALIF. - (LEMOORE HS)

SO. - DISTANCE - 5-8 - OCEANSIDE, CALIF. - (VISTA HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

SO. - JUMPS - 5-5 - FRESNO, CALIF. - (EDISON HS)

50

RETURNERS

FRESNO STATE

51


RETURNERS

traCk & Field

RETURNERS

FRESNO STATE

SARAH UNA’DIA

52

ANNETTE WASHINGTON SR. - SPRINTS - 5-5 - TEMECULA, CALIF. - (GREAT OAKS HS)

KATHERINE WELLS JR. - SPRINTS - 5-2 - SALINAS, CALIF. - (NORTH SALINAS HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

JR. - HIGH JUMP/HEPTATHLON - GILROY, CALIF. - (GILROY HS)

53


NEWCOMERS

traCk & Field

MARLA ACOSTA

FABRINA ESPINOZA

ASHLEY HATCHER

KYRA JOHNSON

FR. - DISTANCE - 5-5

JR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS -

JR. - JUMPS - 5-3 -

FR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS

- KINGSBURG, CALIF. -

5-11 - CLOVIS, CALIF. -

OCEANSIDE, CALIF. -

- 5-6 -

(KINGSBURG HS)

(CLOVIS HS)

(VISTA HS)

- SANTA ROSA, CALIF. (PINER HS)

MELANIE BARAN

JAYLYNN FARLEY

JULIANNA JACQUES

STELLA KUBASCH

FR. - MIDDLE DISTANCE

FR. - DISTANCE - 5-11

R-FR. - DISTANCE - 5-2

FR. - MIDDEL DISTANCE

- 5-11

- CLOVIS, CALIF. -

- CLOVIS, CALIF -

- 5-5 -

- SANFORD, MANITOBA -

(BUCHANAN HS)

(BUCHANAN HS)

LUEBECK, GERMANY

(SANFORD COLLEGIATE)

NEWCOMERS

FRESNO STATE

- (CARL JACOB BURCK-

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BREE CARBAJAL

LINDSAY GRAY

DEZIRAE JOHNSON

SHAKIRA LEWIS

FR. - HIGH JUMP - 5-6

FR. - DISTANCE - 5-3

FR. - HURDLES - 5-6

FR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS

- LEMOORE, CALIF. -

- CLOVIS, CALIF. -

- SANTA ROSA, CALIF. -

- 5-2

(LEMOORE HS))

(CLOVIS HS)

(PINER HS)

- MANTECA, CALIF. (SIERRA HS)

2012

2013

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

HARDT)

55


NEWCOMERS

FRESNO STATE traCk & Field traCk Field

JAZMINE LOUIS

TAWNYA TURTON

FR. - SPRINTS/JUMPS

JR. - THROWS - 5-10

FR. - DISTANCE - 5-8

- 5-2 -

- MISSION VIEJO, CALIF.

- OCEANSIDE, CALIF. -

- FRESNO, CALIF. -

- (SADDLEBACK JC)

(VISTA HS)

(EDISON HS)

STUDENT ATHLETE BIOS

ERIKA PEYTON

56

NIKKI UIKILIFI

FR. - THROWS - 6-0

JR. - THROWS - 5-8

- SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF.

- SAN BRUNO, CALIF. -

- (NOTRE DAME HS)

(COLEGE OF SAN METEO)

ANNEMARIE SCHWANZ

CAROLINE WEAVER

FR. - DISTANCE - 5-5

FR. - POLE VAULT - 5-4

- NEURUPPIN, GERMANY -

- FRESNO, CALIF. -

(SPORTSCHULE-

(CLOVIS WEST HS)

NEUBRANDENBURG)

2012

2013

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FRESNO STATE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 100 Meters

1. Angela Daigle 11.34 2. Kesha Criswell 11.43 3. Samone Cole 11.57 4. Ocie Parks 11.72 Crystal Phillips 11.72 6. April Freow 11.73 7. Asia Boulware-Williamson 11.74 8. Trishun Jackson 11.77 9. Breeauna Thompson 11.80 10. Shannelle Stephens 11.84

200 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Angela Daigle Kim Newton Kesha Criswell Tanya Dooley Breeauna Thompson Crystal Phillips Crystal Buck Latrisha Jordan Tiera Hilliard Ocie Parks

23.69 23.84 23.86 24.00 24.00 24.04 24.11 24.17 24.18 24.22

1999 1994 1995 2002 2002 1988 1988 1993 2010 2012

1997 1987 1994 1993 2010 2002 1997 2009 2008 2002

400 meters 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Tanya Dooley Crystal Buck Rose Blake Jynette Grayson-Reed Rosey Edeh Tiera Hilliard Janisha Richardson Cyndi Nau Latrisha Jordan Jynette Grayson

52.80 53.19 53.19 53.30 53.73 53.85 54.20 54.21 54.35 54.35

1994 1997 1988 2001 1987 2009 1994 1997 2009 1999

800 meters

1. Shannon Lieder 2. Zinzi Evans 3. Irene Orozco

2:07.03 2:08.93 2:08.95

1992 2004 1996

High Jump 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Magda Saravia-Williams Brenda Stewart-Gates Aimee Cohon Cathy Jones Jennifer Tyler Marina Santana Meagan Paracholski

1,500 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Shannon Lieder Roxanne Sellick Renee Ortiz Kelly Buzza Salome Murray Kara June Danielle Parrish Saylah Barserian Marrijtje Molenhuis Ann Burris

2:09.79 1988 2:10.07 1997 2:10.34 1993 2:10.48 1988 2:11.05 2004 2:11.59 2008 2:11.63 2012

4:24.68 4:27.22 4:29.67 4:30.10 4:30.49 4:34.11 4:34.89 4:35.43 4:35.50 4:36.04

3,000 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Renee Ortiz 9:22.59 Roxanne Sellick 9:47.45 Kara June 9:47.47 Janine Ogas 9:49.62 Danielle Parrish 9:51.84 Ann Burris 9:53.71 Salome Murray 9:54.28 Julie Verke 9:55.76 Cindy Rockwood-Amster 9:57.30 Stacey McAfee 9:57.80

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

Kara June Andrea Buckner Meredith Hawkins Nicolin Neal Stacy Aurit Carina Mendoza Courtney Stewart Marina Santana Marissa McPhail Stevie Brumwell

5,000 meters

10:15.2 10:30.8 10:42.33 11:24.8 11:25.7 11:25.93 11:26.3 11:31.6 11:35.78 11:51.68

1992 2009 1989 1986 1998 2004 1998 2011 2011 1995

1983 2009 2004 1988 1998 1995 1998 1992 1991 1988

2004 2005 2008 2002 2003 2012 2004 2006 2007 2011

1. Renee Ortiz 16:26.4 2. Danielle Parrish 16:39.2 3. Lyndsie Etherton 16:48.26 4. Ann Burris 16:50.6 5. Cindy Rockwood-Amster 16:58.3 6. Dina Farage 16:58.5 7. Liz Leigh-Wood 16:59.3 8. Andrea Buckner 17:02.2 9. Janine Ogas 17:03.9 10. Julie Verke 17:11.6

10,000 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Renee Ortiz 34:13.4 Dina Farage 34.36.9 Ann Burris 35:02.9 Liz Leigh-Wood 35:37.5 Cindy Rockwood-Amster 35:45.2 Ann Poythress 35:58.90 Julie Verke 36:16.1 Pamela Cruz 36:24.75 Janine Ogas 36:39.9 Marissa McPhail 36:46.62

100-meter Hurdles

1. Monica Missick 2. Samone Cole 3. Krystina Jackson 4. Tamisha Allen 5. Vanessa Sautebin 6. Crystal Simmons 7. Latrisha Jordan 8. Debbie Budwig Lisa Collet 10. Katie Christianson

400-meter Hurdles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Latrisha Jordan Crystal Buck Ardin Harrison Teresa Stavrianoudakis Kirsten Nelson Mandy Hollister Erica McCoy Rachel Bauer Kim McRae Monica Missick

1984 1997 2012 1995 1991 1992 1997 2005 1987 1992

1984 1992 1995 1997 1991 2011 1992 2011 1989 2008

13.38 13.64 13.79 13.90 13.92 13.95 13.99 14.13 14.13 14.15

1994 1996 2008 2001 2008 2002 2012 1988 1997 2005

58.14 59.10 59.54 1:00.88 1:01.05 1:01.08 1:01.30 1:01.45 1:01.74 1:02.10

2009 1997 1997 1987 1997 2003 2008 2000 1988 1993

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

Tonya Mendonca 6-1.25 (1.86m) Simone Srubek 6-0 (1.83m) Jody Mariscal-Barnes 5-9.75 (1.77m) Christine Olson 5-8 (1.73m) Kim Moshier 5-8 (1.73m) Jayme Ullrich 5-7.75 (1.72m) Felecia Brown 5-7.25 (1.71m) Larissa Roostee 5-7 (1.70m) Eleanor Ratliff 5-7 (1.70m) Birgit Bauer 5-7 (1.70m) Jennifer McKeighen 5-7 (1.70m) Alana Vanwinkle 5-7 (1.70m) Cozette Lowndes 5-7 (1.70m) Antoinette Burton 5-7 (1.70m)

Long Jump 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Crystal Simmons Trishun Jackson Tamara Compton Katie Christianson Amey Mitchell Felecia Brown Lisa Collet Tara Didyk Birgit Bauer Yvette Roberts

Triple Jump

1. Crystal Simmons 2. Tamara Compton 3. Tara Didyk 4. Regina Ollison 5. Michelle Allen 6. Felecia Brown 7. Jenny Moore 8. Cynthia Salery 9. Trishun Jackson Rickisha Herron

Shot Put

1. Dot Jones 2. Meagan McKee 3. Rosario Sanchez

1987 1990 1988 1989 1993 1997 1995 1992 1985 1993 1991 1992 1991 2009

20-5.5 (6.23m) 2002 20-4.5 (6.21m) 1993 20-3 (6.17m) 1986 20-3 (6.17m) 2005 20-1.5 (6.13m) 1996 19-11.5 (6.08m) 1996 19-9.25 (6.02m) 1994 19-7.75 (5.99m) 1993 19-6.25 (5.95m) 1991 19-5.5 (5.93m) 1986

42-10.25 (13.06m) 2001 41-9.75 (12.73m) 1987 41-5 (12.62m) 1993 41-1 (12.52m) 2006 40-0.75 (12.21m) 1993 39-10 (12.14m) 1996 39-9.5 (12.13m) 2001 39-8.75 (12.11m) 1988 39-7.75 (12.08m) 1993 39-7.75 (12.08m) 1999

54-2.75 (16.53m) 1986 (16.18m) 2012 52-9.5 (16.09m) 2010

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

Kayla Xavier La’Sha Hill Sarah Goodlaw Jennifer Viavia J’Quyra Moncur- Blue Aspen Marshall Kristin Schelir Lacy Barnes

Discus

1. Lacy Barnes 2. Katie Richardson 3. China Blockton 4. Becky Elwood 5. Talafulu Misa 6. Staci Darden 7. Sharon Ayala 8. Donna McKinnon 9. April Wiechmann 10. La’Sha Hill

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

204-1 (62.20m) 1988 178-6 (54.40m) 2007 177-4 (54.05m) 1988 171-1 (52.14m) 1997 169-10 (51.76m) 1992 169-1 (51.53m) 1995 165-9 (50.53m) 2009 164-5 (50.11m) 1990 162-5 (49.50m) 2002 161-8 (49.27m) 2006

Mallory Webb 170-4 (51.92m) Katie Richardson 164-1 (50.01m) Brooke Pighin 157-6 (48.00m) Kayla Russum 155-4 (47.34m) Erika Spence 155-4 (47.34m) Jacqueline Vazquez 148-5 (45.30m) Christina Cabias (45.10m) Lelica Zazaboi 147-4 (44.91m) April Wiechmann 144-0 (43.89m) Felecia Brown 142-8 (43.48m)

2007 2007 2008 2001 1996 2011 2012 1996 2001 1996

Grace Wiesmann 179-8 (54.77m)

Pole Vault

1. Melissa Price 14-3.5 (4.35m) 2. Lexine Lesser 13-1.5 (4.00m) 3. Samantha Modeste 13-0 (3.96m) 4. Brooke Lankard 12-11.5 (3.95m) 5. Michelle Lennox 12-9.5 (3.90m) Annie Malaythong 12-9.5 (3.90m) 7. Sara Savage 12-7.5 (3.85m) Cara Montes 12-7.5 (3.85m) 9. Andrea Greenman 12-6 (3.81m) 10. Bergann Hernandez 12-2 (3.71m)

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

Felecia Brown Birgit Bauer Katie Christianson Lisa Collet Ruth Lawanson Ardin Harrison Taylor Jackson Bridgette Simmons Mahea Enos Chris Healy

5,486 5,365 5,215 5,148 4,914 4,898 4,841 4,822 4,706 4,662

2009

1998 2005 2007 2000 2004 2004 2008 2009 2007 2002

1996 1993 2005 1994 1984 1998 2012 1991 1999 1984

Relay Records 4 x 100 meters 45.10 1994 Samone Cole, Auwana Brown, Tanya Dooley, Kesha Criswell 4 x 400 meters 3:37.63 1998 Cydi Nau, Angela Daigle, Brenda Gates, Crystal Buck

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

50-5.25 (15.37m) 2009 49-4.25 (15.04m) 2006 48-6.75 (14.80m) 1999 48-4.75 (14.75m) 1993 48-4 (14.73m) 2011 48-0 (14.63m) 2006 47-10.5 (14.59m) 2002 47-2 (14.37m) 1988

Sharon Ayala J’Quyra Moncur-Blue Staci Darden Meagan McKee Caitlyn Byrd April Wiechmann Andrea Stelter Jamie Farley Kayla Xavier Sarah Goodlaw

218-3 (66.52m) 2009 (59.70m) 2012 191-11 (58.49) 1998 (58.13m) 2012 (57.90m) 2012 186-8 (56.89m) 2002 183-3 (55.85m) 2002 182-8 (55.67m) 2006 180-9 (55.09m) 2009 179-8 (54.76m) 1999

Heptathlon Records

Event Name Record Year Total Felecia Brown 5,486 1996 Day 1 Birgit Bauer 3,167 1996 Day 2 Birgit Bauer 2,366 1993

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ANGELA DAIGLE

KARA JUNE

MONICA MISSICK

2011

CRYSTAL SIMMONS 2012

SHARON AYALA

MELISSA PRICE

RECORDS

RECORDS

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FRESNO STATE INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

INDOOR RECORDS Event Name Mark Year

55 meters 60 meters 200 meters 300 meters 400 meters 500 yards 500 meters 800 meters 1,000 meters 1,500 meters

Angela Daigle Angela Daigle Angela Daigle Kim Newton Tanya Dooley Kim Newton Rosey Edeh Shannon Lieder Magda Saravia-Williams Kelly Buzza

6.74 7.47 23.82 39.10 53.01 1:10.50 1:11.68 2:08.58 3:12.72 4:48.10

1998 1999 1998 1987 1994 1987 1987 1993 1987 1987

Mile

Roxanne Sellick

4:51.55

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Year Name Event Mark 1984 Lacy Barnes Discus* 171-0 (52.12m) Renee Ortiz 3,000-meters* 9:31.24 Renee Ortiz 5,000-meters* 17:05.8 1985 Lacy Barnes Discus* 181-6 (55.32m) Dot Jones Shot Put* 52-3.5 (15.94m) 1986 Dot Jones Shot Put* 52-3.5 (15.94m) Tonya Mendonca High Jump 5-9.75 (1.77m) Yvette Roberts Long Jump 20-1 w 1987 Lacy Barnes Discus 177-10 (54.30m) Tamara Compton Triple Jump 40-7.5 (12.38m) Rosey Edeh 400-meters 53.73 Chris Healy Javelin 154-10 (47.19m) Tonya Mendonca High Jump 5-10 (1.78m) 1988 Lacy Barnes Shot Put 46-10.25 (14.28m) Rose Blake 400-meters 53.19 Chris Harris Javelin 154-6 (47.09m) Simone Srubek High Jump 5-10.75 (1.80m) Magda Saravia-Williams, Michelle Ponsetto, Cathy Jones, Rose Blake 4x400-meter relay 3:45.78 1989 Joyce Fremstad Shot Put 44-1.5 (13.45m) Shannon Lieder 800-meters 2:09.49 Donna McKinnon Discus 155-9 (47.47m) 1990 Nicole Carroll Javelin 169-5 (51.64m) Simone Srubek High Jump 5-10 (1.78m) 1991 Danene Bitter Javelin 163-1 (49.71m) Donna McKinnon Discus 163-0 (49.68m) Monica Missick 100-meter Hurdles 13.99 Cindy Rockwood-Amster 10,000-meters 35:45.2 Cindy Rockwood-Amster 5,000-meters 16:58.3

DOT JONES

DINA FARAGE

2011

1992 Dina Farage 10,000-meters 35:41.27 Shannon Lieder 800-meters 2:09.80 Shannon Lieder 1,500-meters 4:27.27 Talafulu Misa Discus 169-10 (51.77m) 1993 Birgit Bauer Heptathlon 5,278 pts. Lisa Collett Long jump 19-7.75 (5.99m) Tara Didyk Triple jump 41-5 (12.62m) Tanya Dooley 400-meters 53.78 Dina Farage 10,000-meters 37:31.83 Monica Missick 100-meter hurdles 13.82 Jennifer Viavia Shot put 47-7.75 (14.52m) Janisha Richardson, Auwana Brown, Trishun Jackson, Tanya Dooley 4x400-meter relay 3:39.88 1994 Samone Cole Long jump 19-0.75 (5.81m) Tanya Dooley 400-meters 52.89 Dina Farage 10,000-meters 37:31.83 Monica Missick 100-meter hurdles 13.63 Samone Cole, Auwana Brown, Tanya Dooley, Kesha Criswell 4x100-meter relay 45.10 Ardin Harrison, Tanya Dooley, Cyndi Hill, Janisha Richardson 4x400-meter relay 3:38.38 1995

Samone Cole 200-meters 24.39 Kesha Criswell 100-meters 11.74 Danielle Nelson 3,000-meters 10:02.07 Liz Leigh-Wood 10,000-meters 38:03.76 Samone Cole, Renya Hill, Shuntay Taylor, Kesha Criswell 4x100-meter relay 45.56

1999 Melissa Price

Pole Vault

12-6 (3.81m)

2000 Brooke Lankard April Wiechmann

Pole Vault Discus

12-11.5 (3.95m) 149-2 (45.47m)

2001 Kara June

Steeplechase

10:53.83

2002 Kara June Crystal Simmons

Steeplechase Triple Jump

10:26.17 41-8 (12.70m)

2003 Kara June

Steeplechase

10:50.12

2004 2005

Kara June

Steeplechase

10:23.61

Andrea Buckner Katie Christianson Lexine Lesser

Steeplechase Heptathlon Pole Vault

10:30.89 5,215 pts. 13-1.5 (4.00m)

2006 Zinzi Evans Katie Richardson

800-meters Discus

2:09:95 159-6 (48.62m)

2007 Mallory Webb

Javelin

2008 Sharon Ayala Tiera Hilliard Roxanne Sellick

Hammer Throw 200-meters 1,500-meters

162-11 (49.66m) 197-8 (60.26m) 24.18 4:31.22

2009 Sharon Ayala Hammer Throw 218-3 (66.52m) Latrisha Jordan 400-meter hurdles 58.36 Vanessa Sautebin, Tiera Hilliard, Janev Morris, Latrisha Jordan 4x400-meter relay 4:31.22

1996 Felecia Brown Samone Cole Amey Mitchell

Heptathlon 100-meter Hurdles Long Jump

5,486 pts. 13.86 19-9.5 (6.03m)

2010 Latrisha Jordan 2011 J’Quyra Moncur- Blue

400-meter Hurdles Shot Put

59.20 14.73m

1998 Melissa Price

Pole Vault

14-3.5 (4.36m)

2012 Latrisha Jordan Meagan McKee

400-meter hurdles Shot Put

59.64 15.53m

*NorPac Champions w - wind aided

SAMONE COLE

2012

KATIE RICHARDSON

ARDIN HARRISON

RECORDS

RECORDS

3,000 meters Renee Ortiz 9:47.30 1984 55m H Samone Cole 7.66 1997 60m H Debbie Budwig 8.26 1988 Long Jump Lisa Collet 19-10.75 1994 Triple Jump Tamara Compton 42-8 (13.00m) 1988 High Jump Tonya Mendonca 6-2 (1.88m) 1988 Pole Vault Melissa Price 13-11.25 (4.25m) 1999 Shot Put Dot Jones 53-7.5 (16.34m) 1986 20-lb. Weight Sharon Ayala 66-6 (20.26m) 2009 4x400 relay Brenda Gates, Cyndi Nau, Angela Daigle, Crystal Buck 3:38.27 1998 4x800 relay Lisa Wiederin, Aimee Cohon, Noelle Righter, Shannon Lieder 9:16.88 1993 Two mile relay Aimee Cohon, Noelle Righter, Lisa Wiederin, Shannon Lieder 9:29.86 1992

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1993 Tara Didyk Tanya Dooley 1994

Triple Jump 400-meters

39-3.75 (11.98m) 54.42

Tanya Dooley 400-meters 54.37 Lisa Collet Long Jump 19-10.75 (6.06m) Auwana Brown 200-meters 24.31 Monica Missick 55-meters 7.84 Janisha Richardson, Auwana Brown, Ardin Harrison, Tanya Dooley 4x400-meter relay 3:45.36

1995 Lisa Collet Janisha Richardson

Long Jump 400-meters

19-4.25 (5.90m) 55.56

1996 Felecia Brown Triple Jump 41-6.5 (12.66m) Ardin Harrison 400-meters 56.38 Ardin Harrison, Tammi Simpson, Angela Daigle, Felecia Brown 4x400-meter relay 3:48.67 1997 Felecia Brown Staci Darden

Long Jump 20-lb. Weight

19-9.75 (6.04m) 61-4 (18.69m)

1998 Melissa Price Pole Vault 13-3.25 (4.04m) Cyndi Nau, Brenda Gates, Angela Daigle, Crystal Buck Mile Relay 3:44.67 1999 Melissa Price

Pole Vault

13-4.5 (4.08m)

2000 Brooke Lankard

Pole Vault

12-1.5 (3.70m)

2003 Lexine Lesser

Pole Vault

12-6.25 (3.82m)

2008 Sharon Ayala

20-Pound Weight

59-11 (18.26m)

2009 Sharon Ayala

20-Pound Weight

62-11.50 (19.19m)

2010 2011 2012

1-mile Run 4:54.87 Shot Put 50-2.75 (15.31m) 20- lb. Weight (17.97m) 20-lb. Weight(19.10m) 62-8.00 (19.10m) Shot Put (15.73m)

Roxanne Sellick Rosario Sanchez Meagan McKee Meagan McKee Meagan McKee

COACHING RECORDS

ALL-AMERICANS Outdoor...................................................... 1983....................... Renee Ortiz, 3,000-meters, 8th 1985................................ Lacy Barnes, discus, 2nd .......................................... Dot Jones, shot put, 4th 1986............. Tonya Mendonca, high jump, 7th (tie) 1987................................ Lacy Barnes, discus, 2nd ...................... Tonya Mendonca, high jump 8th (tie) ...........................Tamara Compton, triple jump, 9th 1988................................ Lacy Barnes, discus, 2nd 1990................................Nicole Carroll, javelin, 7th 1991................................Danene Bitter, javelin, 5th ........................................Nicole Carroll, javelin, 6th 1992 ............................. Talafulu Misa, discus, 10th 1993........................Tanya Dooley, 400-meters, 7th 1994 .......................Tanya Dooley, 400-meters, 9th 1996 .......................Felecia Brown, heptathlon, 6th 1999...........................Melissa Price, pole vault, 6th 2004................................Mallory Webb, javelin, 7th 2006................................Mallory Webb, javelin, 7th 2007................................Mallory Webb, javelin, 6th 2009................... Sharon Ayala, hammer throw, 6th 2009......... Latrisha Jordan, 400-meter hurdles, 8th

Indoor. ....................................................... 1985.................................. Dot Jones, shot put, 5th ............................ Tonya Mendonca, high jump, 5th 1986.................................. Dot Jones, shot put, 4th 1987...................Tamara Compton, triple jump, 6th 1988...................Tamara Compton, triple jump, 5th ............................ Tonya Mendonca, high jump, 6th 1992 .......................Tanya Dooley, 400-meters, 7th 1993.................... Shannon Lieder, 800-meters, 6th 1994........................Tanya Dooley, 400-meters, 3rd 1996......................Staci Darden, 20-lb. weight, 6th 1998...........................Melissa Price, pole vault, 1st ..............................Staci Darden, 20-lb. weight, 6th 1999...........................Melissa Price, pole vault, 1st ..............................................Angela Daigle, sprints 2009..................... Sharon Ayala, 20-lb. weight, 6th

Overall Conference Finishes Year Coach W L T Pct. Outdoor Indoor 1983 Tom Pagani 3 1 0 .750 - 1984 Tom Pagani 6 3 0 .666 - 1985 Tom Pagani 6 3 0 .666 - 1986 Tom Pagani 5 4 0 .555 - 1987 Tom Pagani 7 1 0 .875 1st 1988 Tom Pagani 15 1 0 .937 1st 1989 Tom Pagani 11 2 0 .846 - 1990 Tom Pagani 9 6 0 .600 - 1991 Tom Pagani 12 2 0 .857 1st 1992 Tom Pagani 12 0 0 1.000 1st 1993 Tom Pagani 10 0 0 1.000 2nd 2nd 1994 Tom Pagani 4 0 0 1.000 2nd 1st 1995 Tom Pagani 2 2 0 .500 2nd 2nd 1996 Tom Pagani 13 0 0 1.000 2nd 2nd 1997 Tom Pagani 14 1 0 .933 2nd 2nd 1998 Tom Pagani 6 4 1 .591 4th 2nd 1999 Tom Pagani 8 5 0 .615 6th 10th 17 Year Totals 143 35 1 .803 2000 Bob Fraley 2001 Bob Fraley 2002 Bob Fraley 2003 Bob Fraley 2004 Bob Fraley 2005 Bob Fraley 2006 Bob Fraley 2007 Bob Fraley 2008 Bob Fraley 8 Year Total

6 2 0 .750 2nd 8 0 0 1.00 3rd 5 1 0 .833 1st 1 2 0 .333 8th 1 2 0 .333 5th 6 0 0 1.000 3rd 2 0 0 1.000 9th 7 3 0 .700 7th 5 0 0 1.000 2nd 41 10 0 .804

4th 6th 3rd 7th 8th 3rd 5th 9th 7th

2009 Scott Winsor 8 1 0 .889 3rd 2010 Scott Winsor 0 1 0 0.000 6th 2011 Scott Winsor 0 1 0 6th 2012 Scott Winsor 0 1 0 4th

7th 8th 6th 6th

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FELICIA BROWN

LACY BARNES

2011

MIKE WARD

2012

STACI DARDEN

193 46

1 .812

TERRY BOWEN

RECORDS

RECORDS

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'DOGS MAKE STRIDES IN 2012

SEASON BEST

2011-12 MEN’S & WOMEN’S SEASON REVIEW

2011-12 MEN’S & WOMEN’S SEASON BEST MARKS

In his fourth year, head coach Scott Winsor and his staff guided the Fresno State men’s and women’s track and field teams to one of Sophomore Meagan McKee grabbed the other gold medal for the its best seasons in recent years in the final season of the schools women’s team at the outdoor championships. McKee registered a membership in the Western Athletic Conference. 50’-11.50” (15.53m) toss, defeating the next closest competitor by more than a foot. The Bulldogs qualified for 13 events at the NCAA regionals in 2012, the most the Bulldogs have seen since sending 21 entries Fresno State closed out its last season in the WAC with many in 2008. 11 student-athletes traveled to Austin, Texas for NCAA individual accomplishments. The Bulldogs finished the season West Regional while two ‘Dogs qualified for multiple events. Junior seeing over 40 student-athletes setting personal records during the Breeauna Thompson ran in the 200-meter dash and 400m dash, 2012 outdoor season. while sophomore Meagan McKee qualified for both the hammer and shot put. Junior J’Quyra Moncur-Blue and McKee set personal records at the NCAA Regionals in the hammer throw, although they were The Bulldogs had its best overall performance of year at the Western just short of qualifying for the NCAA Finals. Moncur-Blue had the Athletic Conference Championships leading up to the postseason highest finish at the prelims with a 60.31m toss to earn 16th-place with a combined seven championship titles and 30 medals at the in the region. McKee cleared her personal-best by nearly two feet championship meet. with a 58.54m throw that earned her 22nd-place.

100-METER

10,000-METER

LONG JUMP

200-METER

110-METER HURDLES

TRIPLE JUMP

The men finished third overall with 137 points, the most the men had scored in 17 years. The women finished fourth, respectively, with 115 points.

John Jamieson........................ 1:51.73 Meagan Paracholski.................2:11.63

Devin Harrison was named WAC Freshman of the Year after winning the long jump (23’-10.75”) and earning a second gold medal as a member of the WAC Champion 4x400m relay team. He also led off the 4x100m relay team that ran a season-best 40.96 seconds and finished just .08 seconds from earning a third gold.

Thompson put a solid performance together in the 200m dash at the regionals. She was the only Bulldog to make a semifinal round on the weekend. She finished 27th at 24.40 seconds in the dash before hitting her second fastest time of the season in the prelim round at 24.18 seconds.

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JUSTIN CUTLER

Cameron Parker......................... 21.39 Breeauna Thompson.................. 24.04

400-METER

Jordan Walker............................ 47.07 Breeauna Thompson.................. 54.41

800-METER

1500-METER

Oliver Bernard......................... 3:46.57 Meagan Paracholski................ 4:38.52

3000-METER

Deleon Carter............................. 15.65

100-METER HURDLES

Latrisha Jordan........................... 13.99

400-METER HURDLES

Deleon Carter............................. 55.01 Latrisha Jordan........................... 59.23

3,000-METER STEEPLE

Carina Mnedoza.....................11:25.93

4X100 RELAY

Men............................................ 40.90 Women....................................... 46.06

Kevin Poythress...................... 8:43.63 Kristen Galvez....................... 10:03.30

4X400 RELAY

5000-METER

HIGH JUMP

Daniel Vartanian.................... 14:55.24 Lyndsie Etherton.................... 16:48.26

BREEAUNA THOMPSON

2012

Daniel Vartanian.................... 31:18.31 Lyndsie Etherton.................... 37:28.53

2013

Men......................................... 3:13.32 Women.................................... 3:49.25 Darian Hutson......................... 6’ 6.75’’ Taylor Jackson......................... 5’ 1.75”

Devin Harrison........................... 7.52m Taylor Jackson........................... 5.96m Justin Lovingood..................... 15.33m Taylor Jackson..........................11.64m

SHOT PUT

Roderick Dash......................... 16.78m Meagan McKee....................... 16.18m

DISCUS

Justin Cutler............................ 45.00m Anamanu Folau....................... 47.36m

HAMMER

Roderick Dash......................... 58.18m J’Quyra Moncur-Blue............... 60.31m

JAVELINE

Derek Oliver............................ 60.52m Christina Cabias...................... 45.50m

HEPTATHLON...............................

Taylor Jackson...................4841 points

SEASON REVIEW

SEASON REVIEW

Earlier in the season during the women’s indoor season, McKee had an even better time at the Indoor Championships than the outdoor by racking up two WAC titles. In her second season she bested the field by setting a personal record in the shot put with a Another big winner at the championships on the men’s side was 51’-7.75” (15.73m) toss. She won the 20-lb. weight throw with a 62’Olivier Bernard. He won the 1500m run in 3:52.55 and finished third 8.00” (19.10m) throw. in the 800m run with a time of 1:52.32. Earlier in the year Bernard broke into the all-time Fresno State top-10 clocking a 3:46.57 in the Four of Winsor’s student-athletes were named to the 2012 Men’s 1500m at the Azusa Pacific Bryan Clay Invitational. and Women’s Division I All-Academic Track & Field team by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches. On the men’s side, Sophomore Justin Lovingood defended his 2011 triple jump title at rising sophomore jumper Devin Harrison received the All-Academic the 2012 WAC Championships, the Fontana, Calif. native finished honor, while senior thrower J’Quyra Moncur-Blue, junior thrower on top of the field with a jump of 50’-3.50” (15.33m). Meagan McKee and former Bulldog javelin thrower Christina Cabias represented the ‘Dogs on the women’s side. On the women’s side, senior Latrisha Jordan continued her dominance in the 400m hurdles as she picked up her third WAC title Both the men’s and women’s teams earned the distinction as Allin four years. She finished in 59.64 seconds, nearly two seconds Academic teams in 2012 by recording at least a 3.00 cumulative ahead of the pack. Jordan also earned a silver medal in the 100m GPA. The women recorded a team GPA of 3.25 and the men hurdles, setting a personal record time of 13.49 seconds. recorded a team GPA of 3.03.

Cameron Parker ........................ 10.60 Shanelle Stephens......................11.84

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

JOHN D. WELTY Dr. John D. Welty has been president of California State University, Fresno since July 29, 1991. He is also a professor in the Kremen School of Education & Human Development. Fresno State enrolls more than 22,000 students and offers 61 undergraduate degrees, 45 master degree programs, and three doctoral degrees. The campus is located on 1,500 acres and academic programs are housed in eight colleges and schools. Since 1991 the University has become recognized as one of the nation’s best engaged universities, expanded minority enrollment, created an Honors College, revised its general education requirements, added new academic programs and institutes, and constructed $425 million in facilities, including a new $102 million library. Since 1991 the University has introduced service learning into the curriculum and expanded community service opportunities for students, improved services for students, streamlined administrative processes, launched a major commitment to expand the use of information technology, earned membership in the Mountain West Conference, expanded intercollegiate Athletic opportunities and facilities for women, led the effort to build the Save Mart Center, and dramatically increased private fund raising and grant and

contract funding. The University is currently completing a $200 million capital campaign. The university has been actively involved in addressing issues in Central California and engaging itself with the entire region. Dr. Welty has served on both of the CSU System’s major strategic planning efforts. He participated in the creation of the Voluntary System of Accountability which has been adopted by over 200 colleges and universities. He is called upon frequently to discuss the role of engaged universities. He has served on several advisory groups to the U.S. Departments of Education and Agriculture. He is a past-chair of the Renaissance Group which is a national organization of over 30 Universities dedicated to improved teacher education programs. He co-chaired the CSU’s effort to create CALState Teach, an innovative program designed for emergency credentialed teachers and chaired a CSU group on preparing educational leaders. He chairs the Cal State Online Advisory Board, is Chair of the CSU Gender Equity Monitoring Committee and also serves on the executive board of the Central California Campus Compact. He joined the Board of the California Healthcare Foundation in 2012. In addition, he has chaired three national conferences on substance abuse and prevention and chaired a CSU effort to review alcohol policies and programs. Dr. Welty is a national leader in higher education. He was elected to serve as WASC Commissioner in 2000 and served a three year term as the WASC Commission Chair. He is past chair of the American Humanics, Inc. Board and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, and WAC Board of Directors. He was appointed to the Urban Serving Universities (USU) Board in 2012. He served on the NCAA Board Executive Committee and the special NCAA Task Force on the Future of Intercollegiate A t h l e t i c s . Currently, he serves on the NCAA Board of Directors and is the Mountain West re p re s e n t a t i v e to the Bowl Conference Series (BCS) Oversight Committee. Locally, Dr. Welty has been a leader in establishing

THOMAS BOEH the Fresno Business Council, the Central Valley Business Incubator, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium, the Collaborative Regional Initiative, the Regional Jobs Initiative, the Kenneth L. Maddy Institute and several other partnerships. In 1999, Dr. Welty was presented the Chief Executive Leadership Award by the Council for Advancement and Support for Education and was recognized by the John Templeton Foundation for his leadership in Student Character Development in Schools and Colleges. In 2001 and again in 2011, he was recognized by the California State Student Association as President of the Year. In 2003, he received the Fresno Business Council’s Excellence in Public Service Award. In 2007, he received the Fresno Compact’s Harold H. Haak Award for Outstanding Business Partnership Educator of the Year. In 2008, he was named an American Humanics 60th Anniversary Honoree and in 2009 he was named an ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation Diamond Honoree. In 2010, he received the Sequoia Award from the Great Valley Center and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Western Illinois University. In 2012, he was presented with the William M. Lyles Vision Award for his contribution to advancing entrepreneurship throughout the Central Valley. He has also consulted with many institutions and served on the boards of several campus and community organizations. Previously, Dr. Welty served as President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) for seven years. Prior to assuming the presidency of IUP, he served as Vice President for Student and University Affairs for four years. A native of Amboy, Illinois, Dr. Welty has served as an Admissions Counselor at Michigan State University, East Lansing, and as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. At the State University of New York, Albany, he was Director of Residences, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, and Assistant Professor of Counseling and Student Development. Dr. Welty received his bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Western Illinois University, Macomb in 1965; his master’s in College Student Personnel Services from Michigan State University in 1967; and his doctorate in Administration of Higher Education from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1974. Dr. Welty and his wife, Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty, have five children and three grandchildren.

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With a proven track record of strong leadership, integrity, sound academic values and athletics achievement, Thomas Boeh enters his 31st year of athletics administration, 18th year as an NCAA Division I-A Director of Athletics and eighth year at Fresno State, including leading the Bulldogs’ transition into the Mountain West Conference. In July of 2005, Boeh was charged to stabilize, reform and revitalize the athletics program at Fresno State. As a result of this charge, the Department of Athletics has been entirely restructured with a new senior administrative team. Special emphasis has been placed upon a consistent and value-based approach to decision-making, as well as clearly delineating areas of responsibilities with built-in accountability. Considerable attention has been directed towards creating a progressive studentathlete environment and strict adherence to welldefined NCAA compliance protocols and standards. New polices have been developed regarding student-athletes recruitment, oversight and welfare. The Student-Athlete Code of Conduct and Substance Abuse Educational and Testing Program have been reviewed and strengthened, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Council has been reenergized. Departmental and institutional protocols relative to admissions, financial aid and eligibility have all been restructured in conjunction with campus leaders. Fresno State’s student-athletes have benefited significantly from these measures and, in conjunction with enhanced support services, they have fostered a better-quality experience that is reflected in greatly improved Academic Progress Rates, fewer Code of Conduct violations and extensive community service activity. Additionally, all athletics fundraising activities have been consolidated within the new Bulldog Foundation and philanthropic gifts to Athletics have risen to record levels.

rankings. Since 2005, conference championships and advancement to NCAA Championship competition has been achieved in the sports of women’s basketball, track & field, women’s soccer, baseball, women’s golf, softball and men’s and women’s tennis, with four enjoying a Top-20 national ranking, and baseball capturing the 2008 National Championship. Additionally, Fresno State studentathletes have advanced to post-season competition in the sports of football, men’s basketball and equestrian. The success of Bulldog studentathletes led Fresno State to three Western Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cups in a five-year span (2007-08, 2008-09 & 2011-12). Additionally, Sports Illustrated’s SI.com ranked Fresno State the nation’s 18th most accomplished NCAA Division I athletics program for 2007-08. Prior to his arrival in Fresno in July of 2005, Boeh spent the previous 10 years as the Director of Athletics at Ohio University, where he led the program to exceptional levels in numerous categories and earning numerous conference championships. In 2001, The Sporting News ranked Ohio’s department 32nd among the 115 NCAA I-A institutions, the highest ranking of any non-BCS program. The ranking included evaluations for competitive success, fan support, integrity and equity. Ohio earned an “A” rating in graduation rates and NCAA compliance and posted an eight-year high graduation rate of 73 percent in 2004.

Prior to his tenure at Ohio, Boeh served as Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs at Northwestern University, overseeing areas such as development, marketing, ticket operations, sports publications, media services, game management and broadcast properties. Boeh also led the popular “Expect Victory” campaign, Northwestern’s firstever multimedia marketing effort. Preceding Northwestern, Boeh served the University of Maine as Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Development. He also spent time in a variety of roles with the Big Ten Television Network, The University of Illinois, and his alma mater, Loras College of Iowa. The Chicago-area native received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education with a minor in History at Loras in 1981, and a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1988.

Under Boeh’s leadership, Ohio was extremely aggressive in its efforts to achieve gender equity and compliance with Title IX. Three women’s sports programs were initiated during Boeh’s tenure, and in 2004 The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that Ohio ranked second nationally among all NCAA I-A institutions relative to the equity of men’s and women’s sport program expenditures.

Fresno State Athletics has been working closely with a nationally renowned consultant, a broad-based President-appointed ad hoc committee, and the Office of Civil Rights to remedy all past gender equity issues and create at Fresno State a model Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) athletics program relative to Title IX compliance. One component of this effort is the addition of two new women’s sports; lacrosse and swimming & diving both began competition during the 2008-09 academic year. All athletics facilities have been evaluated and a 10year master plan, inclusive of the “Athletics Mall” and “Student-Athlete Village” has been developed and introduced to the community. Several projects have been completed to date, including a stateof-art aquatics venue, and construction scheduled for another cornerstone project, a sports medicine center.

Additionally, numerous women’s facilities were constructed; sports budgets were restructured and decision-making procedures were reorganized to establish what Boeh refers to as an “authentic gender-neutral environment.” Annual fundraising totals rose more than 500 percent and Ohio Athletics concluded the University’s Bicentennial Capital Campaign by exceeding its $10 million departmental goal.

Fresno State’s competitive level continues to be among the leaders in conference and regional play, and several teams have achieved national

In addition, Boeh served a term as the MidAmerican Conference (MAC) representative to the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s

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most prestigious governing body for athletics administrators. Boeh also served as the chair of the MAC Athletics Directors’ Group and member of the MAC Executive Council.

Some of the more visible changes on the Ohio campus during Boeh’s tenure were the facilities for student-athlete support services, practice and competition. In all, 44 facilities saw major renovation or new construction and Ohio’s athletics physical plant was recognized as being among the best and most efficient in the Midwest.

GENERAL

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traCk & Field

BETSY MOSHER DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS/ SWA

Betsy Mosher is entering her eighth year at Fresno State and second as Deputy Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator after serving for the previous six years as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration and Program Integrity. She was named NACWAA’s 2012 Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Administrator of the Year. Mosher has formal oversight of all sport supervisors, supervisory capacity regarding student-athlete welfare issues, and is formally defined as the department’s top administrator in the absence of the Director of Athletics. During her tenure at Fresno State, Mosher’s guidance has been a key component in the athletics department’s unprecedented achievement by the student-athlete community in the areas of academic development , NCAA compliance, gender equity, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and student-athlete services. Mosher has helped guide the Bulldogs to significant improvements in the department’s Academic Progress Rate, equity in participation and financial aid and student-athlete welfare initiatives. Mosher has established herself as a national leader in fostering an elite and equitable student-athlete experience. She also plays a critical role in representing the institution at the conference level and oversaw the Bulldogs’ transition to the Mountain West Conference. Mosher came to Fresno State after spending three years (200205) as the Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Administration and Compliance Services at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

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At UMass, she was a member of the athletics department senior management team and was responsible for the formulation of the department’s strategic plan. Assisting with a campus response to a second round NCAA self study, Mosher oversaw the department’s compliance program, including the formulation of a systems manual and an upgrade of the recruitment monitoring system. Additionally, Mosher oversaw the admission process for student-athletes as well as served as a department liaison for personnel actions during a six month transition period. Mosher, who supervised women’s tennis, baseball and cross country and track and field

Prior to UMass, Mosher spent six years (1996-2002) as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Administration and Compliance/SWA at Arizona State University. A member of ASU’s athletic senior management team, she oversaw the school’s compliance, academic and student services as well as the personnel areas. She also supervised the sports of volleyball, softball, soccer and wrestling while working closely with the women’s basketball program. Mosher served as a liaison to Arizona State’s general counsel, the school’s Intercollegiate Athletics Board, the Pacific-10 Conference and the NCAA. Representing the Sun Devils on numerous Pac-10 and NCAA committees, she was the 19992000 vice president of the Pac-10 council and former NCAA softball committee member. Mosher also assisted with the second round certification process at ASU and served as the OCR liaison. Prior to Arizona State, Mosher spent seven years (1989-96) at Northwestern. With five years as an assistant athletics director and two as an associate athletics director for intercollegiate services, she also served as the department’s SWA. Her primary duties for the Wildcats included oversight of compliance, academic services and athletics admissions as well as supervision of the baseball, women’s basketball, tennis and swimming programs. She was chair of the Big 10 Women’s Administrator’s Group and the Conference’s Rules and Legislation Committee. Prior to Northwestern, Mosher was a legislative assistant at the Big Ten Conference office (1988-89) and also served as an NCAA compliance representative (1986-88). Prior to her move into administration, Mosher was the head women’s basketball and softball coach at California State (Pa.) from 1980-85 and began her collegiate athletics career as the women’s basketball coach at WisconsinWhitewater (1977-79). Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Illinois State in 1972, a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from Northern Colorado in 1976, and a Director’s Degree from Indiana University (1986), Mosher also was selected to attend the NACWAA Institute for Athletics Executive in the summer of 2002. Mosher is a current member of NACDA and NACWAA.

PAUL LADWIG

SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS Paul Ladwig is in his eighth year at Fresno State and second as the Senior Associate Athletics for External Relations after serving for the previous six years as the Associate Athletics Director over External Relations and Broadcasting. Ladwig joined the Bulldog the family

in September 2005. In addition to serving as the department’s primary spokesperson with oversight of advertising, communications, marketing, merchandising, licensing, ticket sales, video services and web operations,

From Network Television in Los Angeles to the slopes of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan to documentary work in Southeast Asia, his departments have grewn considerably under Ladwig’s direction.

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Ladwig has also assumed a primary leadership role in the Bulldog Foundation. He has been instrumental in the cultivation of philanthropic giving to Fresno State Athletics and student-athlete scholarships. During his tenure, Ladwig has led multiple reorganizations to allow for the integration and merging of all external communication and outreach under his direction. These measures have fostered more consistent processes that help promote and enhance Fresno State Athletics on a daily basis. He has built with stronger media partnerships and spearheaded the addition of a new videoboard at Bulldog Stadium and creation of environmentally-conscious virtual team guides. Ladwig is also a leader in developing attractive value oriented experiences for fans. A strong advocate of the importance of social media (and extremely active on Twitter @ PaulLadwig), he has also increased the exposure of Fresno State Athletics through the creation of the Bulldog Sports Network, the Bulldog Insider (a weekly television show dedicated solely to coverage of Bulldog Athletics) and finding fresh ways to tell Fresno State stories through new and existing media partnerships. His vision continues to bring fans superior story-telling that incorporate the latest technologies. Collaborating with media rights holder as the department’s liaison to Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, new and additional programming for radio and television were developed. Ladwig led the search for the addition of a living four-legged mascot to the Bulldog family, Victor E. Bulldog. People around the world curious about the Bulldogs will continue to log onto a constantly updating Gobulldogs.com website with expanded content, video and increased participatory site interaction. Fresno State Athletics Communications took the lead nationally in developing a paperless media guide in 2009. Environmental awareness, cost containment, and the ability to provide instant information to the media are several factors in the implementation of this paperless delivery system. With a vast and varied career, Ladwig came to Fresno State after serving as the Assistant Athletics Director for Creative Services at Ohio University. At Ohio University, he was charged with ensuring an effective, consistent and progressive approach from game-day activities to marketing to image enhancement. Ohio saw a record-breaking sellout crowd at Peden Stadium when the Bobcats defeated Pittsburgh on ESPN in their 2005 home opener. Innovative, Ladwig was instrumental in creating the Ohio Sports Network, the refinement of Ohio University’s web presence and the production of programming for public television.

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ASSOCIATE A.D./ FACILITIES & OPERATIONS

John J. Kriebs is in his 12th year at Fresno State, serving as associate athletics director for facilities and operations. Kriebs oversees Fresno State’s internal operations, including events, facilities, information technology, equipment, department fleet and serves as the sport supervisor for multiple teams. Kriebs is responsible for NCAA and WAC tournament bidding and management. He successfully brought the 2004 WAC basketball and three NCAA women’s basketball championships, including two Regionals in 2007 and 2012. He serves as the liaison for campus planning, parking, kinesiology and the concession operations. During his tenure, he spearheaded Fresno State’s transition into the $103 million Save Mart Center, coordinating construction and facility projects including the locker rooms, equipment and training rooms and the Bulldog Shop. Recently, he has overseen the construction of a state-of-the-art aquatics venue, lacrosse and soccer field, softball indoor batting cages and the planning for a new sports medicine center. Kriebs came to Fresno State after serving as an assistant athletics director at Southwest Missouri State from 1994-99. While there, he oversaw nine Olympic sports as well as budgeting, personnel and scheduling. Prior to his position at SMS, Kriebs was the Bears’ wrestling head coach from 1989-94. He was highly successful in that capacity, earning Midwest Regional Coach of the Year honors in 1994 and guiding the program’s first ever Division I All-American in any sport. In all, he coached 12 NCAA qualifiers and broke 15 school records. Kriebs’ coaching career began at the University of Northern Iowa, where he served as an assistant from 1984-89 and helped guide the Panthers to five top 10 finishes. The Dubuque, Iowa, native is a 1984 graduate of Northern Iowa, where he was a two-time AllAmerican wrestler. As a senior, he was the nation’s No. 1 ranked heavyweight. He qualified for the NCAA’s all four years and was picked to wrestle in the prestigious All-Star Wrestling Showcase. Kriebs has a wife, Geri, a daughter, Jordan, and a son, Jack.

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STEVE ROBERTELLO ASSOCIATE A.D./ INTERCOLLEGIATE SERVICES

Steve Robertello joined the Fresno State Department of Athletics in December 2012 as the Associate Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Services. “We are fortunate to have Steve join the Bulldog family in this significant leadership role,” said Boeh on Robertello’s hiring. “His numerous years of exceptional experience at the Division I FBS level, combined with his demonstrated firm conviction that student-athlete welfare and “doing things the right way” are paramount, make him an ideal fit for Fresno State Athletics. The entire Bulldog community will benefit greatly from Steve’s guidance, insight and passion for intercollegiate athletics.” Robertello, a graduate of West Virginia University, will oversee the branches of compliance, student-athlete services, sports medicine and strength and conditioning. For the past 10 years, Robertello has worked at Washington State University. Most recently he served as the Associate Director of Athletics/ Compliance in Pullman where he directed the dayto-day operations of the WSU Athletics Compliance Office. Robertello served as a member of the WSU Athletics Department Executive Staff, as well as the Athletics Department liaison to the WSU Admissions Office. At the conference level, Robertello served on the Pac-12 Conference Legislative Committee and Recruiting Task Force. For the NCAA, he served on the Amateurism Fact-Finding Committee as a member (2008-12) and committee chair (201012) and was the NCAA Site Coordinator for the 2005 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships first and second rounds. Prior to WSU, Robertello spent two and a half years as a Compliance Coordinator at Arizona State University, two years as an Athletics Compliance Office Assistant, and Assistant Director of Compliance at Villanova University and one year as a Athletic Compliance Office Graduate Assistant at West Virginia University. Robertello graduated from West Virginia with a Master’s of Science in Sport Management and Bachelor of Science.

RYAN REGGIANI ASSISTANT A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Ryan Reggiani is in his fourth year at Fresno State and second as the Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations, managing the dayto-day functions of communications, marketing and video production services. Reggiani is a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Fresno State and has been the chair for several search committees. Reggiani manages media contracts, and serves as a liaison to Bulldog Sports Properties, an entity of Learfield Sports, and Legends Sales & Marketing. In the summer of 2012, Reggiani oversaw the website redesign and launch of gobulldogs.com, working with CBS College Sports, designing a user friendly website, with the latest social media aspects built in to give the best fan experience when visiting. While social media has taken off while Reggiani has been at Fresno State, the Athletics department’s Facebook page has tripled in likes and its Twitter handle has doubled in followers. The department’s focus from the external side has been focused on building a social media platform to engage fans of Fresno State at every level. With significant experience and strong ties to the San Joaquin Valley, he has covered high-profile colleges in some of the nation’s top media markets and placed an emphasis on maximizing new and existing revenue streams, social media platforms while providing engaging content with innovative technology. Prior to the 2011 football season, Reggiani led the marketing and ticket sales effort of the Battle of the Bay, featuring Fresno State football versus California at Candlestick Park. The thirdparty game provided a significant boost to the department’s budget, as over 14,000 tickets were sold through Fresno State and over 20,000 fans showed up to the neutral site game in San Francisco. In the spring of 2012, Reggiani was the Media Coordinator for the Women’s Basketball NCAA Regional hosted at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. Reggiani has served as the lead marketing coordinator for the Bulldog football program for the past three seasons, after three and a half years as an Assistant Media Relations Director with the University of Hawai’i Athletics Department. While at UH, Reggiani developed and managed the communications strategy for their sports teams. Reggiani received his master’s degree in sports administration from Saint Mary’s in 2005 and bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism from California State University, Fresno in 2001.

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GENERAL

With an extensive background that includes prominent leadership positions at three NCAA Division I institutions as well as with the Big Ten Office and the NCAA, Mosher’s duties at Fresno State include the supervision of five Bulldogs’ athletics programs (baseball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s basketball) as well as oversight of the department’s NCAA and Western Athletic Conference compliance programs, student-athlete services, the athletic training and the strength and conditioning departments. Mosher will serve as the SWA for conference and NCAA representation.

at Massachusetts, was a liaison to the Athletic Council’s Subcommittees for Compliance and for Vision. An NCAA Peer Reviewer, she was named to the NCAA Academic, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet in July 2005.

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JAMES ANTONINI MARKETING

JAHNAVA ADAMS ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TRISHA BECKER BUSINESS OFFICE

BRAD BLACKSTONE VIDEO PRODUCTION

STEVE BORLAND BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

DIANE BROCK BULLDOG SHOP

ADAM BROOKS BULLDOG FOUNDATION

CLARENCE CHIONG LICENSING

ALEX CORDOVA FACILITIES OPERATIONS

D.J. GIUMENTO FACILITIES OPERATIONS

DAVID HALL COMPLIANCE

SHARI HANLIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

RUSSELL HAYDEN TICKET OFFICE

CHAD IGOA NFORMATION SYSTEMS

ROBBIE JELLISON VIDEO PRODUCTION

JODY JESSER BUSINESS OFFICE

TERRY JOHNSON BULLDOG FOUNDATION

WHITNEY JOHNSON MARKETING

RUSS MALBURG TICKET OFFICE

JEANNETTE MARTIN BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JEREMY MELCHER BULLDOG SHOP

JERAD MEYER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

LEE MEYERS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

RYAN MITCHELL COMPLIANCE

NATALIE NAKIC STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

RYAN NELSON INFORMATION SYSTEMS

KELLI EBERLEIN SPORTS MEDICINE

RICHARD ENNS BUSINESS OFFICE

CYNDY FAVILLA ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

CLARE FLORES-COLEMAN ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

HILDA FONG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

RYAN GLASER BULLDOG FOUNDATION

JARED JONES VIDEO PRODUCTION

JENNIFER JORY BULLDOG FOUNDATION

HANNA LANTS STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JUDY LEA BULLDOG FOUNDATION

ANESSA LEYDIG ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

TERRY LOGAN FACILITIES OPERATIONS

PAT OGLE BULLDOG FOUNDATION

KARIN OLIVER FACILITIES OPERATIONS

ROBERT PAGESMITH STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

JOHN PALEY FACILITIES OPERATIONS

JOSH PHANCO BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

JASON PIRTLE FACILITIES OPERATIONS

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CHRISTINA ROYBAL TICKET OFFICE

DIANE SANBONGI TICKET OFFICE

JAMES SEWELL ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

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ALLISON SLATER MARKETING

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BRIAN UHRLE BULLDOG SHOP

TERENCE WAN STUDENT-ATHLETE SERVICES

ANREW WIEDER BULLDOG SPORTS PROPERTIES

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FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS FRESNO STATE IDENTIFICATION

The official name of the school is California State University, Fresno. For athletics department purposes, the University prefers to be called simply Fresno State – never Fresno State University and never shorten to Fresno. For graphics or abbreviations, we ask that you please use FS – not FSU, CSUF or Fresno. Other acceptable abbreviation: Fresno St.

MATT BURKHOLDER

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY Click here.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS INTERN TRACK & FIELD CONTACT

VIRTUAL TEAM GUIDES Click here.

SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION Facebook: Fresno State Athletics Twitter: FSAthletics

OTHER SERVICES

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

OFFICE:...................................................... 559-278-6186 CELL:.......................................................... 559-862-3771 EMAIL: ..................... MBURKHOLDER@CSUFRESNO.EDU

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete statistics during and immediately following each home event. Working media may conduct post-game interviews following a 10-minute coolingoff period.

CONTACT INFORMATION

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Phone: (559) 278-2509 • Fax: (559) 278-2689 Website: www.gobulldogs.com 5048 N. Jackson Ave. Room 104 - LS 135 • Fresno, CA 93710

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Any questions related to the Mountain Conference should be directed to Kim Melcher, Associate Commissioner of Communications. The Mountain West address is 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. The Mountain West telephone number is 719-488-4040 and the fax number is 719-487-7240. The Mountain West’s web site is www.themwc.com

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MEET RESULTS:

GOBULLDOGS.COM

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will post complete meet results on gobulldogs.com as soon as they are available. Results for away events will be made available as soon as they are disseminated by the host program.

This is the official website of the Fresno State department of athletics. Fresno State’s Track & Field releases as well as a wide variety of athletics department information may be found on the website, including links to all of Fresno State’s 19 varsity sports. Audio/video highlights, coaches’ shows, game recaps, studentathlete biographical information and team schedules are also available.

BEST TIME TO REACH THE COACH: Track & Field head coach Scott Winsor (559-278-6183) can be reached in his office in the North Gym between 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

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RYAN REGGIANI

JASON CLAY

THERESA KURTZ

Sr. Assoc. Athletics Dir. External Relations

Asst. Athletics Dir. External Relations

Assistant Director of

Assistant Director of

Athletics Communications

Athletics Communications

STEPHEN TREMBLEY Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

SARAH JACKSON Athletics Communications Coordinator

PHOTO REGULATIONS Credentials are record to shoot Fresno State Athletics events. The Fresno State Athletics Department reserves all commercial and non-commercial rights to the use of film, videotapes and still photographs of its athletics events and facilities.

Interview requests with student-athletes and coaches should be channeled through the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office. Please make your requests at least 24 hours in advance and always notify the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office if you plan on attending practice. Practices are generally open to the media, although the coaching staff reserves the right to close practice at any time. Interviews will be conducted with players or coaches before or after practice. Please remember that Fresno State’s training rooms and locker rooms are closed at all times. For practice schedules, you may check with the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete results of meets when they become available. To access the results log on to gobulldogs.com. STEPHANIE JUNCKER Athletics Communications Intern

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ELLY WALKER

Athletics Communications

Athletics Communications

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KASANDRA MARTINSON Athletics Communications Assistant

KELLY MASON

KEITH KOUNTZ

Athletics Communications

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ADMINISTRATION

ADMINISTRATION

The Fresno State track & field teams practice in the afternoon on a rotating schedule. Practices are open to the media, however Brienne Doan (559-389-1946) must be notified prior to arriving at practice and all interviews must be arranged though the Athletics Communications office.

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