Graham sets personal-best at Mark Faldmo Invite
LOGAN, Utah -- David Graham took third place in the men’s 800-meter run at the Utah State Mark Faldmo Invite Saturday morning with a personal-best time of 1:50.53.
“We had a really good showing in the 800 today,” head coach Mark Robison said. “Overall it was a good weekend for us. We’re looking forward to the home meet next weekend. We just want to keep making progress.”
BYU redshirt Marcus Dickson ran unattached in the 800 meters and took first place with a time of 1:48.71. Fellow Cougar Brad Nye took fourth place in 1:52.27.
Jameson Shirley took second in the pole vault competition, clearing a height of 16-00.75. Kyle Brown and Tyler Brown also competed in the event, but did not register a height.
In the discus throw, Aaron Clark took second place, throwing a distance of 157-03.00. Clinton Prestwich took seventh in the event with a mark of 144-01.00.
Full results from the Utah State Mark Faldmo Invite can be found here.
Next weekend the Cougars will host the Robison Invitational at Clarence F. Robison Track and Field Complex in Provo.
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