Field Events Lead BYU in First Outdoor Meet
SAN DIEGO – The BYU men’s track and field team performed well, including four first-place finishes, at the 34th Aztec Track & Field Invitational, although the meet was cut short due to inclement weather.
In the field events, Victor Weirich finished first in the pole vault, clearing 5.36m (17’ 07.00”), and Russell Nielson and Dakota John finished second and fourth in the high jump, with heights of 2.05m (6’ 08.75”) and 2.00m (6’ 06.75”) respectively.
The Cougars will return to California next weekend to compete in the USC Invitational on March 23-24.
BYU men’s track and field collected three postseason awards as Caleb Witsken, Kenneth Rooks and Casey Clinger received…