Former Mission Prep star Jordan Hasay finished second in the women’s mile run Saturday at the Husky Classic at the University of Washington’s Dempsey Indoor Arena in Seattle.
Hasay, an Oregon sophomore, completed the mile in a personal-record time of 4 minutes, 34.75 seconds. She was edged by former Kansas State runner Lauren Bonds, who won in 4:34.65.
Hasay easily bettered the NCAA Championships automatic qualifying standard of 4:37.00 and improved her PR of 4:35.01, set on the same track last year during the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships.
Hasay is second on Oregon’s all-time indoor mile list, trailing only Leann Warren, who set the school record of 4:33.26 in 1982.
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Two weeks ago, Hasay won the 3,000 meters at the Washington Invitational at Dempsey Indoor Arena, setting an Oregon school record and PR of 9:05.42, also bettering the NCAA automatic qualifying standard.
In the women’s high jump, Whitney Sisler finished in a eight-way tie for seventh place with a clearance of 5 feet, 6 inches. Post collegian Becky Christensen won the event at 6-1 1⁄4.
Cal Poly 7, Bradley 1; Indiana 7, Cal Poly 3
Indiana pitcher Sara Olson held the Mustangs (1-3) to two runs and four hits in six innings in Cal Poly’s second game of the day at the Arizona State Kajikaw Classic.
For Cal Poly, Rebecca Patton went two innings and allowed five runs.
In relief, Anna Cahn pitched four innings and allowed one run. Cahn also went 2 for 3 with an RBI at the plate.
No information was available on the Mustangs’ win over Bradley.
Chabot 5, Cuesta 2; Foothill 9, Cuesta 1
The Cougars combined for three runs in two losses.
Against Chabot, the Cougars fell behind 4-0 after three innings. The Gladiators added one more run in the fourth, and then the Cougars answered with a two-run sixth inning.
But that was as close as they would get.
Against Foothill, it was the same story. Foothill led 7-0 after two innings. Cuesta’s only run came in the third inning.
Karen Berna and Liz Isaak were the losing pitchers for Cuesta (3-4).
Cuesta 15, Canada 8; Cuesta 9, Canada 3
Coming off their first win of the season Friday, the Cougars (3-5) used a big inning in both games to build insurmountable leads.
The first game saw relatively little action until the fifth inning when 12 total runs were scored between the two teams, nine by Cuesta.
Those nine runs came on nine hits, including a two-run home-run by San Luis Obispo High star Max Duval, a triple by former Mission Prep standout Alex Detz and doubles by Michael Camporeale and Chris Lindmark.
Duval and Detz also had singles in the inning for Cuesta, which finished with 24 hits.
Phillip Gerber got the win pitching six innings.
In the second game, Cuesta racked up six runs in the bottom of the second inning. Amongst a flurry of singles and passed balls, Duval hit his second home run of the day, a three-run shot, to cap the scoring in the second.
Lindmark would later hit a solo home run to lead off a three-run fourth inning for the Cougars.
John Tiedemann, a former San Luis Obispo High standout, worked 52⁄3 innings and got the win for the Cougars.
Cal Poly 7, Loyola Marymount 0
The Mustangs (5-2) completed their third sweep in their past four matches.
Cal Poly didn’t drop a set during a match that started with an 8-4 win in doubles play from Amy Markhoff and Alexa Lee. The Mustangs went on to win the other two doubles sets 8-4 and 8-6 to earn the doubles point for the 23rd time in their past 30 matches.
Alexa Lee, the Mustang’s number one singles player, defeated April Bisharat 7-5, 6-3. Ashley Pane also won, a 6-1, 6-1 defeat of Miya Jin.
Cal Poly’s will host No. 7 UCLA at 1:30 p.m. Monday.
SWIMMING & DIVING
Women: Cal Poly 142, UC Santa Barbara 99; Men: UC Santa Barbara 116, Cal Poly 114
Lacey Buck and Sami McIntyre each won two events in leading the Mustangs women over the Gauchos at the Anderson Aquatic Center.
Buck won the 500- and 1,000-meter freestyle events with times of 4:56.33 and 10:25.15, respectively. McIntyre swept the diving events, winning the 1-meter and 3-meter events with scores of 269.25 and 277.80, respectively.
Cal Poly also collected individual wins in the 400 individual medley by Kylie France and the 200 butterfly from Gloria Benefield.
The Mustangs men lost in the final event, the 200 freestyle relay by over six seconds.
They did earn seven other event victories, including two each from Peter Kline and Toby Reaper.
Kline won the 400 individual medley and 200 backstroke, while Reaper dominated both the diving events.
Other wins came courtesy of Matt Waggoner in the 1,000 freestyle, Chase Nick in the 200 freestyle, and Konrad Antoniuk in the 500 freestyle.