Dawn Harper and Kamaiya Warren Win MPSF Titles in Seattle
Feb. 26, 2005
The Bruin women placed fourth (66 pts.) at the 2005 MPSF Indoor Championships as junior Dawn Harperwon the 60m hurdles in an NCAA automatic and lifetime-best time of 8.12.
In Friday's action, Nastassjah Hall placed seventh in the pentathlon wtih a score of 3,689 points. Also on Saturday, freshmen Monika Rothenburger (17:02.92) and Olga Aulet-Leon (17:03.84) finished second and third in the 5000m, while freshman Alison Costello placed fifth in the 3000m (9:35.36). The DMR team of Allison Hall, N. Hall, Ashley Caldwell, and Valerie Flores placed fifth in a season-best time of 11:53.89. Senior Lara Saye threw a lifetime-best 62-4.50 in the weight throw to place second overall and qualify provisionally for the NCAA Indoor meet.
The 2005 NCAA Outdoor pole vault champion and record holder, junior Chelsea Johnson, who was competing in her first meet of the 2005 indoor season after rehabbing a hamstring injury, placed sixth in the pole vault with a jump of 12-10.25.
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