M mile H02 (3:58.20 Wheating, 2010 MPSF Champs)
Kick of the Week - Mar 3rd
Last year Mason McHenry lit up the track as a frosh running the fastest time in the country at 1:47. This past weekend we saw flashes of last year's McHenry as he ran a 1:48 leg in the DMR and followed it up the next day with another 1:48 for the win in the MPSF 800 Final. More impressive was his move from last to first in the final 150. With just over a week until NCAAs Mason is coming on at the right time!
W mile F01 (4:35.01 Hasay, 2010 MPSF Champs)
The Weekend Ahead - Feb 25th Edition
The Weekend Ahead pays tribute to former Clemson University head coach Bob Pollock. This weekend Flotrack will be at the New England Championships and the MPSF Championships out at the Dempsey. We'll be going LIVE from the Dempsey for the MSPF Finals start at 12:00pm PST. Tune in to the some of the deepest fields in the country from any conference at distances from 800s and up!
Andy Wheating mile champ 2010 MPSF Champs
Ashton Eaton 5.26m Pole Vault PR
Ashton Eaton clears 5.26m for a new PR in the pole vault. He is only running from 6 lefts and is taking off at about 14'.
M dmr F01 (9:31 UCLA/ASU/Stanford/Cal, 2010 MPSF Champs)
M 3k F01 (7:59.67 Matusak/Heath, 2010 MPSF Champs)
Allison Stokke 385m
Scott Roth 5.72m - NCAA and US Leader, 4th in world
Scott Roth of the University of Washington makes 5.72m on his first attempt at the MPSF Championships at UW! That is the NCAA leader and ties him for 4th in the world. He stopped jumping after that.
W 3k F01 (Maier 9:20, 2010 MPSF Champs)
Katie Follett 3rd mile 2010 MPSF Champs
Scott Roth MPSF Pole Vault Champion Interview
Interview with Scott Roth of the University of Washington about his pole vault performance at the MPSF Championships.
Allison Stokke 370m
M 800 H03 (1:48.89 McHenry, 2010 MPSF Champs)
W 800 H02 (2:05.72 Kesselring, 2010 MPSF Champs)
UCLA distance coach Forest Braden after 2010 MPSF Champs
Brandon Bethke Mile 2010 MPSF Champs
Jordan Hasay mile champ 2010 MPSF Champs
W dmr F02 (11:17, 2010 MPSF Champs)