Apr 072005
 
Authors: Amanda Havekost

CSU track and field teams will split up this weekend to compete in two different tournaments.

Head coach Del Hessel is sending 22 athletes to the University of California to compete in the Brutus Hamilton Invitational today and Saturday.

Sophomore record-breaking sprinter and jumper Janay DeLoach is heading home to California to compete. DeLoach broke her own record in the long jump with a leap of 20-1 1/2 at the Rob Upton Invitational. She said she is looking forward to returning to her home state for competition.

"The competition is going to push me that much farther," DeLoach said.

The remainder of the team will visit the University of Colorado to represent CSU at the Colorado Invitational.

Sophomore Rheannon Backes placed first in the high jump and regionally qualified at last weekend's Tom Benich Classic at the Northern Colorado. Backes will compete in the Colorado Invitational Saturday.

"I love jumping," Backes said. "I'm looking forward to competing."


Heading to the University of California for the Brutus Hamilton Invitational:

Freshman Kirsten Anthony

Senior Jacob Benson

Sophomore Matt Cianciullli

Senior Crystal Clark

Sophomore Janay DeLoach

Sophomore Trey Eder

Sophomore Megan Fox

Sophomore Becky Hammitt

Junior Katie Hansen

Junior Amanda Huddleston

Senior Brandon Kent

Sophomore Ryan Kirkpatrick

Sophomore Magnus Lohse

Junior Jill McCormick

Junior Paul Michel

Senior Mike Nicks

Junior Jace Rivera

Senior Loree Smith

Senior Katrice Thomas

Senior Adam Trainor

Sunior Jaimee Troth

*the rest of the team will head to Boulder for the Colorado Invitational.

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