1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
  2. The admins are aware of site instability throughout the day today. We have our crack technical staff checking it out, but it is probably the Russians. If you are having any specific issues, please post them to the Customer Service Support Forums and we will get to them in the next 24 to 48 weeks. Thank You

Buffs Stampede In 3K, Finish Strong At MPSF (Track and Field)

Discussion in 'University of Colorado News and Olympic Sports' started by RSSBot, Feb 28, 2015.

  1. RSSBot

    RSSBot News Junkie

    Joined:
    Jul 8, 2005
    Messages:
    29,341
    Likes Received:
    214
    Category: Track and Field

    Five University of Colorado athletes recorded sub-8:00 times in an extremely talented 3,000-meter run field on Saturday afternoon at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Track & Field Championships.

    Originally posted by CUBuffs.com
    Click here to view the article.

    "
    BOULDER — Five University of Colorado athletes recorded sub-8:00 times in an extremely talented 3,000-meter run field on Saturday afternoon at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Track & Field Championships.

    “Everyone knew coming into the meet that the men’s 3k was loaded,” head coach Mark Wetmore said. “The MPSF meet serves as a federation championship, but also as a last chance meet. Oregon, Stanford and Colorado had all put very good people in there; it was probably the best 3k field I’ve ever seen.”

    Junior Morgan Pearson led the Buffs with a third place finish, coming in at 7:51.93. His time put him fourth on CU’s all-time performers list and currently is listed at 10th in the NCAA. Senior Jake Hurysz was fifth overall with a time of 7:53.06 and junior Ammar Moussa was right behind him, placing seventh in 7:53.61. Moussa’s time put him seventh all-time at CU. (Hurysz ran a personal best 7:50.50 at the 2014 MSPF Championship, which is second in CU history.)
    ...
    "
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 28, 2015

Share This Page