Idaho’s track and field team traveled over to Seattle, Washington over the weekend to compete in the UW Invitational.
A handful of Vandals put up impressive marks while competing with some of the best athletes in the country.
In the long jump, the Vandals had two top-10 finishes. Big Sky leader sophomore jumper Kasin Pendergrass-Anderson finished third overall with a mark of 7.26 meters.
Freshman sprinter and jumper Britt Ipsen posted a season-best leap of 6.93 meters, locking him into ninth place for the weekend.
Sophomore sprinter Ben Doucette took fifth in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.18 seconds. Junior sprinter Kaizer Gillispie also took fifth in the 400-meters. Gillispie finished with a time of 48.60 seconds, his fastest time of the season and the second best in conference so far this season.
In the high jump, sophomore Rechelle Meade finished ninth with a jump of 1.65 meters.
Junior Quinn Mitchell took ninth in the weight throw at 17.54 meters.
In the shotput sophomore Zachary Short took 10th with a throw of 17.18 meters.
The Vandals will return home to compete in the Idaho Duals in the Kibbie Dome in the Idaho Duals starting Feb 2.
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