CSU heads to Mt. SAC Relays, CSU-Pueblo
April 15, 2010
By Mallory Mortvedt
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo.—The Colorado State outdoor track and field team this weekend will make its first trip of the season to Walnut, Calif., to compete in the Mount SAC Relays, while the other half of the team will head to Pueblo.
The Mount SAC Relays will take place at Hilmer Lodge Stadium, located on the campus of Mt. San Antonio College, and it has served as the site of two Olympic Track and Field Trials and 20 world records. The CSU athletes will expect some solid competition at this prestigious meet.
The athletes to compete in the Mount SAC Relays include Cameron Carter, Nigel Joseph, Tyson Williams, Nnamdi Agwu, Ryan Billups, Kirk Cooper, Kelby Dias, Doug Dieker, Sulaiman Sayyid, Ian Lettow, Caston Mabin, Brian Fox, Daniel Wallis, Antoine Harrison, Meagan Berg, Tanesha Johnson, Michelle Dettmann, Leah Elmshauser, Hilary Fraser, Jenna Sliwinski, Serena Johnson, Sonni Russell, Rachel Saunders, Jennifer Ugochukwu, Aliese Willard, Jake Keyser, Andrew Lesser, Spenser Lynass, John O’Neill, Kendra Gerk, Kristen Hemphill, Sarah Heuer, Nicole Peters and Ellie Rastall.
Those not competing in the relays will head to CSU-Pueblo, another meet that will offer a challenge to the athletes.
For the men, athletes competing include Ken Harriman, Josh McMillin, Alec Pott, Carson Rowley, Sam Saccomano, Andrew Schall, Travis Smith, Ryan Wasilawski, Jack White and Efrem Woldu.
On the women’s side, athletes include Cate Brus, Ashley Dace, Kate Dannecker, Olivia Downing, Jessie Evitt, Emily Geubelle, Whitney Henderson, Stephanie Greer, Heather Hopkins, Katelyn Houghton, Liz Johnson, Lindsey Keller, Myla Kilchrist, Kristen Kugler, Janice McClain, Meaghann Peak, Hannah Pensack-Rinehart, Jaime Pritchard, Stacey Robben, Meagan Robinson, Lana Thompson, Sophia Wagner, Emma Waibel and Margaret Wood.