DAVIS, Calif. – The Pacific women's track and field team wrapped up competition at the Sacramento State-hosted Hornet Invitational on Saturday afternoon.
The Tigers competed in four running events, including the 100 dash, 200 dash, 5,000 meter run, and the 1,500 meter run.
On Friday Naomi Nunis ran in the only track event of the day — the 200 meter dash. Nunis clocked a time of 26.54, which ranks second on the Tigers all-time list. Nunis went on to race in the 100 meter dash on Saturday and recorded a new season-best with a mark of 12.77 in the event.
Jasmine Gonzales, Emma Winkler, and Skylar Duignan represented the Tigers in the 1,500 meter run. Gonzales was 25th overall and improved on her career-best time with a finish of 4:49.22. Winkler recorded a time of 4:57.40, while Duignan finished with a time of 5:28.66.
Anna Martinez finished 14th in the second heat of the 5,000 meter run with a time of 19:40.61.
For the second-straight week, Pacific was quite competitive when it came to its field event finishes.
In the javelin, Celine Chandler was 31st in the event with a distance of 27.89 meters (91-6), which ranks second in the Tigers' record book. Chandler currently holds the program record with a throw of 30.17 meters. Alexia Amo totaled a distance of 21.35 meters (70-7).
Lilia Guerrero recorded a personal-best with a toss of 27.35 meters (89-9) in the discus. Amo trailed by just under two meters with a throw of 25.37. Guerrero and Amo also competed in the shot put with Amo leading the pair with a toss of 9.53 meters (31-3.25) and Guerrero recording a toss of 7.93 meters (26-0.25).
In the long jump, Megan Rabatan had three attempts, with her furthest of 4.11 meters coming on her second jump of the day.
The Tigers will take a week off before returning to competition the weekend of Mar. 28-30, 2019, when Pacific is set compete in the Mike Fanelli Track Classic, formerly known as the SF State Distance Carnival, at Chabot College in Hayward, Calif.