September 8, 2020
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first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityShannon Porter broke her own school record in the 1,500 meters.The Saint Martin’s University track and field teams broke five school records today at the SMU Last Chance Qualifier at the SMU track and field.The Saint men won the meet with 183 points and the women finish third with 136 points behind Seattle Pacific and Central Washington.Shannon Porter broke her own school record in the 1,500 meters that she set earlier this season. She won the event with a time of 4:35.32 to break the record of 4:35.56.Kirby Neale set an NCAA Provisional Mark and broke the school record in the shot put with a toss of 14.24m (46-08 3/4). Neale broke the school record of 42-6 1/4 set in 2000 by Julie Mattson.Angel Rodgers broke her own school record in the hammer with a toss of 160-0. She broke the record of 159-1 set last season.Kirby Neale set a new Saint Martin’s record in shot put, breaking the record set in 2000. Cody House, Jaysen Yoro, Mikel Smith and David Durden broke their own school record in the 4×100 meter relays with a time of 42.61. They broke the record of 43.50 set earlier this season.Andrew Andrada broke the school record in the pole vault with a mark of 4.68m (15-4 1/4) to win the event. He broke the record of 14-11 set in 2012 by Kevin Johnson.“Saint Martin’s track and field athletes had one of their best days of the entire season as several personal bests and school records were set,” said head coach Jim Brewer. “Kirby had a huge PR in the shot and I am so proud of how well our athletes really put it on the line today in front of their home crowd.”“Our meet would not have been as successful if it wasn’t for the many volunteers and officials,” added Brewer. “A big thank you to them.”Saint Martin’s is back in action May 8-9 in Monmouth, Ore., for the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships. ​last_img