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SDSU next competes at the MW Outdoor Track & Field Championships


May 6, 2017 (Los Angeles) - San Diego State track and field had a small contingent compete at the Oxy Invitational, hosted by Occidental College in Los Angeles, on Saturday.

Senior Starlynn Singleton placed third in the 100-meter dash with an 11.79 time.

In the 1,500 meters, senior Angel Bucci set a collegiate best by .01 second, crossing the finish line in 4:52.09 to take 39th. Classmate Cali King also competed (5:10.00, 49th).

In the long jump, sophomore Lisa-Anne Barrow cleared 19 feet, 9.75 inches for fourth, .25 inch off her collegiate best. Classmate Je’Neal Ainsworth was eighth in the triple jump with a 38-07.75 mark.

Junior Cindy Flores competed in the 800 meters (2:14.12, 31st) and senior Elaine Ribeiro was 17th in the 3,000-meter steeplechase (11:26.03).

The Scarlet and Black next heads to Mountain West Outdoor Track & Field Championships, hosted by Utah State, from Wednesday, May 10 through Saturday, May 13.

Oxy Invitational

May 6, 2017

Los Angeles, Calif.

Team Results


Individual Results (SDSU and winner of each event only)

Women’s 100 Meters (out of 33 entrants)

1. LaKeisha Lawson (Adidas) – 11.39 (0.8)

3. Starlynn Singleton (SDSU) – 11.79 (0.1)

Women’s 800 Meters (out of 57 entrants)

1. Brenda Martinez (New Balance) – 1:59.21

31. Cindy Flores (SDSU) – 2:14.12

Women’s 1,500 Meters (out of 50 entrants)

1. Berenice Cleyet-Merle (CBU) – 4:20.69

39. Angel Bucci (SDSU) – 4:52.09 (PR)

49. Cali King (SDSU) – 5:10.00

Women’s 5,000 Meters (out of 103 entrants)

Results not available as of press time.

Women’s 3,000-Meter Steeplechase (out of 21 entrants)

1. Lennie Waite (UNAT-Rice) – 10:05.07

17. Elaine Ribeiro (SDSU) – 11:26.03

Women’s Long Jump (out of 24 entrants)

1. Kylie Price (USOC-CV) – 21-10.75

4. Lisa-Anne Barrow (SDSU) – 19-09.75

Women’s Triple Jump (out of 22 entrants)

1. Chloe Hadley (BYU) – 40-06.75 (0.0)

8. Je’Neal Ainsworth (SDSU) – 38-07.75 (1.7)

Oxy Invitational Results

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