May 7, 2005
After Day One of the 2005 Pac-10 Multi-Events at UCLA's Drake Stadium Bruin sophomore Nastassja Hall is in fifth-place with 3,117 points. Hall's four event (100m hurdles/high jump/shot put/200m) total of 3,117 points is a lifetime best. In the 100m hurdles, her 15.13 (825 points/eighth overall mark) was a personal-best; she leaped 5-4.25 (771 points/tied for fourth overall) in the high jump; her shot put of 37-7.25 (625 points/fourth overall) was a personal-best and in the 200m, she ran 24.90 (896 points/third overall).
Also competing for the Bruins was freshman Ingrid Kantola, who is in 11th place with 2,511 points. In the 100m hurdles, Kantola ran a 16.15 (825 points/10th overall); her high jump mark was 5-1.75 (701 points/10th overall); in the shot put, her effort was 30-5.50 (482 points/10th overall) and in the 200m, she ran a 27.99 (632 points/ninth overall).
The leader after four events is Washington State sophomore Diana Pickler, with a lifetime first-day best of 3,393 points. D. Pickler had the best marks in the 100m hurdles (13.79/1,008 points) and the high jump (lifetime best 5-8.75/916 points). Oregon's Lauryn Jordan is in second-place with a lifetime first-day best of 3,324 points and D. Pickler's twin sister, Julie, is in third-place, with a lifetime first-day best of 3,278 points.
The 2005 Pac-10 Multi-Events (heptathlon -long jump/javelin/800m) and decathlon -100m hurdles/discus/pole vault/javelin/1500m) will conclude Sunday. Team scoring for both the women and men's events is based on eight places (10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1).
2005 Pac-10 Multi-Events (Day 1)
May 7, 2005
Heptathlon - 1. Diana Pickler, WSU, 3,393; 2. Lauryn Jordan, UO, 3,324; 3. Julie Pickler, WSU, 3,278; 4. Brooke Meredith, UC, 3,239; 5. Nastassja Hall, UCLA, 3,117; 6. Grace Vela, UW, 3,058; 7. Katie Miller, WSU, 3,005; 8. Lindsay Oman, USC, 2 914; 9. Roslyn Lundeen, UO, 2,655; 10. Alana Waterford, ASU, 2,558; 11. Ingrid Kantola, UCLA, 2,511.