AZUSA, CALIF. – The Alaska Anchorage track and field team broke five school records at the Bryan Clay Invitational at Azusa Pacific.
Caroline Kurgat lowered her own school record in the 5,000 to finish third in 15:40.45 Thursday. The following day she broke her own school record in the 1,500 with a time of 4:19.48 to place 21st.
Danielle McCormick broke her own school record in the 800 with a time of 2:05.00 to finish sixth.
David Sramek finished ninth in the decathlon with 6,270 points. He set a new school record in the pole vault as he was the first Seawolf over 15 feet with a jump of 15-1, good enough for 790 points. His best event in the decathlon was the long jump where he scored 799 points with a leap of 22-9.25.
Chrisalyn Johnson broke her own school record in the long jump with a leap of 19-5.25 to place 12th. She finished 17th in the triple jump with a mark of 39-0.5.
Elena Cano earned a provisional mark in the heptathlon with a score of 4,516 points to finish eighth. She scored 846 points in the hurdles thanks to a time of 14.97 and scored 779 points with a time of 26.21 in the hurdles. She ran a personal-best time of 14.77 to finish 39th in the open 100 hurdles.
Felix Kemboi finished sixth in the 1,500 with a personal-best time of 3:50.63 to finish sixth.
Vanessa Aniteye ran a personal-best of 24.84 in the 200 to finish 46th and ran 54.82 in the 400 finish 14th.
Oshane Hylton ran a personal-best time of 21.93 in the 200 to place 36th and ran 10.80 in the 100 to finish 40th.
Chris Brake finished tied for 15th in the high jump with a mark of 6-7 and Edwin Kangogo ran 14:41.04 to finish 23rd in the 5,000.
Both the men’s (42.24) and women’s (48.74) 4x400 relays finished 18th.
Alaska Anchorage will compete at the Long Beach Invite Saturday.