Freshman Chris Williams took second in the pole vault while also making the hurdles final.
A baker's dozen of Husky runners competed in the 1,500-meters today.
Flotrack.org will provide coverage of the prestigious Mt. SAC Relays, with nearly fifty Huskies in action.
Mel Lawrence sets the meet record in the steeplechase in her first Hayward Field run since 2010.
Ducks, Cougars, and Aggies of Texas A&M await the Huskies in the first of just two regular season scored meets.
2012 (Cross Country): The top freshman on the squad, she ran in the top-seven at all six races in the fall ... competed at her first NCAA Championships, placing 187th overall and sixth among Huskies in a time of 21:26 as UW would finish ninth in the team standings ... sixth on the squad at her first Pac-12 Championships, finishing 46th overall in 21:45 ... broke 21-minutes for the first time at the Adidas Wisconsin Invite, clocking 20:53 to finish 114th overall and sixth on the team ... ran seventh for UW, 87th overall, at NCAA West Regionals in Seattle ... at the Greater Louisville Classic, took 42nd as the No. 6 Husky in 17:31 for 5k ... made her collegiate debut at the Sundodger at Lincoln Park where she was the third Husky finisher in 11th-place overall in 21:31.
High School and Personal: Born in Seattle ... parents are Katy and Kevin Meyers ... has one older sister, Kayla, and one younger sister, Isabel ... a prep All-American, she dominated the 1A state scene all four years, winning the 1A Washington state cross country title all four years of her career, and capturing 11 total 1A state track titles for a total of 15 state titles, winning every individual event she competed in at every state meet ... one of five nominees for the 2011 Seattle Sports Star Female Athlete of the Year ... the National High School record-holder in the 2,000-meter steeplechase, breaking her own record with a sixth-place finish at the 2011 World Youth Championships in France in a time of 6:29.20 ... advanced to France by winning the World Youth Trials in 6:32.02 ... won the prestigious Jim Ryun Dream Mile in 2010, which featured elite invited prep runners including current Huskies Katie Flood and Eleanor Fulton, in a time of 4:41.93, which was the fastest time in the nation ... took second in the mile at the 2010 New Balance Outdoor Nationals in North Carolina in a time of 4:49.57 ... ranked eighth nationally in the 3,200m as a junior with a PR of 10:18.46 ... a two-time Foot Locker Cross Country Nationals finalist, placing 26th at the 2010 championships and 23rd at the 2009 finals ... won the 2010 Nike Border Clash cross country meet, leading Washington to the win over Oregon ... also took seventh at the 2011 Jim Ryun Dream Mile as defending champ ... won the mile race at the 2010 Arcadia Invite in 4:50.72.