Track and field ends regular season at CSU Fullerton

The Eagles finish strong at the Fullerton Titan Twilight Meet.

Andi Basista, Deputy Sports Editor

Track and field competed in the CSU Fullerton Titan Twilight Meet on Friday, giving a respectable performance in their last regular season meet.  


The women made their mark in Fullerton. Freshman mid-distance runner Clara Haynes took home first place in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at a time of 11:21.45. She left her opponents in the dust, beating the second place finisher by crossing the finish line over two minutes ahead. Freshman mid-distance runner Siena Stacy was a top-8 finisher for Biola in the 800-meter. She put up her collegiate-best time of 2:19.06 in the event. Sophomore Hannah Hubbard competed in the triple jump, finishing in third, while junior Sarah Prystupa finished in fourth during the pole vault.


There were notable times earned on the men’s side as well. Sophomore distance runner Ryan St. Pierre placed first in the 1,500-meter with a time of 4:02.14. Senior mid-distance runner Aditya Lal took fourth place in the 800-meter with a time of 1:55.34. Junior mid-distance runner Nic Nelson set his collegiate best time in the 800-meter clocking in at 1:55.60. Freshman sprints and jumps athlete Mathias Davis took his turn in competing in the 800-meter as well. He ran a 1:58.83 in his first 800m this year, earning himself eighth place.

The Eagles will return for their next meet in Winona Lake, Indiana to compete in the NCCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships from May 8 to 10.

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