Highlighted by a victory in the triple jump from junior Kyle Gartrell and a Freshman Class Record in the 1500-meter run from Matt Dorsey, several members of the Air Force track and field team wrapped up competition at the Bryan Clay Invitational on Friday, April 18.
Three additions were made to the Academy record book, as members of the Air Force track and field team competed at the prestigious Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif., on Friday, April 18. The program's top-10 marks for two men's events and one women's relay were impacted today at Hilmer Lodge Stadium.
Running under the late-night lights of Hilmer Lodge Stadium in Walnut, Calif., Air Force senior Isaiah Bragg clocked the sixth-fastest 10,000-meter time in Academy history during the opening night of the 56th Mt. SAC Relays. Recording a time of 29:37.25, Bragg was one of two Falcons to compete in the 10K races on Thursday, April 18.
Injury forced Air Force junior Evan McDowell (decathlon) and freshman Alexa Chacon (heptathlon) from the second day of competition at the Mt. SAC/California Invitational Multi-Events Meet in Azusa, Calif., on Thursday, April 17.
Two members of the Air Force track and field team opened competition at the Mt. SAC/California Invitational Multi-Events Meet, this afternoon (April 16) at Azusa Pacific University. Freshman Alexa Chacon made her collegiate debut in the heptathlon, while junior Evan McDowell opened action in the decathlon.