* University of Wyoming press release

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The University of Wyoming Track & Field teams were at the Doug Max Invite at the Jack Christiansen Track at Colorado State University for the final meet of their season before the 2024 Mountain West Outdoor Track & Field Championships set for May 9-11 in Fresno, Calif.

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Salma Elbadra set another standard at the University of Wyoming as the freshman Cowgirl went 2:05.87 in the 800. Elbadra set two school records during the indoor season for the Pokes and ranks No. 2 all tine on the outdoor list in the 1500.

Gabby Drube and Taylor Weidinger continue to have strong seasons in the 400M Hurdles. Drube set a meet record and finished first with her time of 58.83 while Weidinger breaks the 60-second mark for the first time this season posting a 59.30 to move up the Wyoming top-ten list to a tie for No. 5 all time.

A new personal best for Cam Burkett in the Shot Put as he took first place. Burkett went 61-0.5.



Jaheim Ferguson set a new meet record in the 400M Hurdles running 52.22 en route to a first place finish.

Jaymison Cox took second in the 400M Dash running a 47.25.

Isabelle Harvey took fourth in the 400M Dash with a time of 59.90.

Ava Morgan went 14.71 in the 100M Hurdles to finish fourth.

Ashley Wood ran a 12.59 in the 100M Dash to take sixth.

Carter McComb ran a 10.52 in the 100M Dash to take fourth.



Madelyn Blazo set the meet record in the 1500M posting a time of 4:32.55. Blazo was followed by teammates as the Cowgirls went one-two-three in the event by Kylie Simshauser and Hailey Uhre.

Albert Steiner and Ryker Holtzen posted a two-three finish for the Cowboys in the 1500M running times of 3:50.96 and 3:51.77.

Eowyn Dalbec takes second in the 5000M with a time of 17:13.99.

Jasmyne Cooper and Paige Sefried followed up Elbadra's record breaking performances with solid runs of their own in the 800 running 2:13.94 and 2:14.69 to finish fourth and fifth.

Abigail Whitman took second place overall and first among collegiate runners in the 3000M Steeplechase with her time of 10:53.62.



Mary Carbee took third in the Hammer Throw with her mark of 185-5.

Daniel Reynolds posted a meet record throw of 223-3 and took first in the Hammer Throw.



Hunter Brown went 23-5.25 on his way to a first place finish in the Long Jump.

Sadie McMullen and Joan Easter went one-two in the Long Jump with marks of 19-8 and 19-4.24.

Elayna Chafee went 37-6.25 to take second in the Triple Jump.

Samuel Schneider took fourth in the High Jump at 6-5.75.

Kaliff Guevara went 45-6.75 in the Triple Jump to take fourth.

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