May 1, 2014
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - The Rams' track and field crew will travel to Wyoming on Saturday. They'll go into the Cowpoke Open looking to make their final adjustments with one more meet before the Mountain West championships.
Events will descend on the field at 11 a.m. MT in Laramie with the women's hammer throw and on the track at 10:15 a.m. for the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase.
As they head north, many CSU track and field athletes sit in the top 50 nationally. Here's a peek at those Rams:
|2||Jessica Sharbono||Discus Throw||189' 0.00"||4/17||Mt. SAC Relays|
|8||Trevor Brown||110 Hurdles||13.64||4/17||Mt. SAC Relays|
|11||Trevor Brown||400 Hurdles||50.85||4/17||Mt. SAC Relays|
|21||Kiah Hicks||Hammer Throw||199' 3.00"||3/29||Fum McGraw Quadrangular|
|22||Jessica Sharbono||Shot Put||53' 0.25"||4/4||Tom Benich Invitational|
|30||Aaliyah Pete||Discus Throw||173' 6.00"||4/19||Beach Invitational|
|43||Aaliyah Pete||Shot Put||51' 7.25"||4/17||Mt. SAC Relays|
|43||Sam Little||400 Hurdles||51.93||4/25||Jack Christiansen Invitational|
|44||Seth Butler||800m||01:49.5||4/25||Jack Christiansen Invitational|
|44||Kiah Hicks||Discus Throw||169' 1.00"||4/4||Tom Benich Invitational|
Many Rams earned personal records and season best marks at the Jack Christiansen Invitational on their home turf in Fort Collins. The men's 4x400-meter relay team crossed the finish line in first place with a time breaking the school record set in 1976. Josh DeLoach also grabbed a personal record and CSU's best time in this season in the men's 100-meter dash. He clocked 10.61 seconds.
Tyler Schultz reached 58 feet, 0.5 inches in the shot put, winning the event and hitting a season best for the throwing Ram.
Before competing for titles at the Mountain West Conference Championships beginning on May 14th, the CSU team will travel to Air Force for the AFA Twilight Open next week. To stay in the action in Wyoming Saturday, follow @CSURAMSTRACK on Twitter.
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