Jack Urquhart | Posted: 9 Mar 2015 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Warnick climbs BYU totem pole with javelin mark

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LAS VEGAS – Junior Wyatt Warnick recorded the fifth-best javelin throw in BYU history, as part of BYU’s track team participated in the Randall Cunningham Classic at UNLV over the weekend.

With BYU’s NCAA Indoor qualifiers preparing for the championship meet, men’s throwers took to Las Vegas for their first meet of the outdoor season.

Warnick’s mark of 66.58 meters is almost eight meters further than his previous best at BYU. He placed second in the event.

Zachary Stetler won the shot put at the meet with a throw of 14.90 meters.  Zachary Davies finished first among attached athletes in the discus with a mark of 51.81 meters. Joseph Stull finished first among attached athletes in the hammer throw with a mark of 52.51 meters.

After this weekend’s NCAA Indoor Championships, the outdoor season continues on March 20 at the USC Trojan Invitational.

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