April 6, 2002
Art Venegas' UCLA men's track and field team joined with Stanford to defeat Arizona and Northern Arizona in the CA/AZ T & F Challenge held Saturday in Tucson at the University of Arizona's Roy P. Drachman Stadium.
The Bruin men, tied for No. 24 this week in the U. S., joined with Stanford, tied for No. 19, to defeat Arizona and Northern Arizona. Team California (UCLA/Stanford) won with 106 points to Team Arizona's (Arizona/Northern Arizona) 97.
Bruin winners included-
100m-junior John McCauley (10.57w), who also placed fourth in the 200m (22.63, season legal best)
110mH-sophomore Charles Ryan (13.67w, personal-best wind-aided mark)
400mH-junior Kyle Erickson (51.34)
4 X 100m Relay-UCLA and Stanford combined to win the relay (42.65) HJ-junior Kevin Weaver (6-8.75)
SP-sophomore Dan Ames (62-2.50), who also placed second in the discus (192-7, season-best, NCAA provisional qualifier) and third in the hammer throw (185-1).
DT-senior Scott Moser (198-9, season-best, NCAA automatic qualifier, No. 2 collegiate mark on current chart). Moser also won the hammer throw.
HT-senior Scott Moser (206-7, personal-best, NCAA provisional qualifier).
UCLA will return to Drake Stadium this Saturday (April 13) to host BYU and CS Northridge.