Joseph Hovey | Posted: 20 Apr 2023 | Updated: 3 May 2023

Heptathlon wraps up at Robison Invitational

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Zoey Bonds competes at BYU's February home indoor meet.

PROVO, Utah — No. 11 BYU women’s track and field completed its second of four days of home competition at the Robison Invitational at Clarence F. Robison Track and Field Complex.

Zoey Bonds was the top finisher for the Cougars in the heptathlon as the freshman finished with 4,573 points followed by Maddy Eaton in fifth (4,500), Meredith Boggess in seventh (4,294), Eva Chen in ninth (4,256) and Tori Lord in 11th (4,408). 

Bonds and Eaton had a strong start to the day with personal bests in the long jump. Bonds went 5.41m/17-9 in the long jump for 674 points, exceeding her previous best by over three inches. Eaton jumped 5.29m/16-9.75 to add six inches to her previous best and add 640 points to her total. 

Chenn took first in the javelin throw with a heave of 39.56m/129-9.5 for 659 points. Boggess was the first runner to cross the line in the 800-meters at 2:24.23 for 767 points. 

The Cougars are back on the track on Friday with the women’s hammer throw beginning at 1 p.m. MDT.

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