SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Pacific women's track and field team wrapped up competition at the Mike Fanelli Invitational, formerly known as the San Francisco Distance Carnival, in Hayward, Calif. on Saturday afternoon.
Celine Chandler opened the weekend with a career performance, recordiing a personal best distance of 100 feet, 4 inches (30.17 meters) in the javelin on Thrusday afternoon.
In the 100 meter dash Naomi Nunis secured a 12.95 finish, which ranks second all-time in the Pacific record books.
Skylar Duignan led off the distance events for the Tigers, finishing the 1500 meter run in 5 minutes, 21.44 seconds. Then in the 5000 meter run, Jasmine Gonzales was the Tigers' top finishers, clocking a time of 17:38.38. Gonzales was followed by Emma Winkler (17:58.68).
On Saturday, the Tigers competed in three non-conventional races, participating in the one mile, two mile and distance medley. Anna Martinez led Pacific in the two mile races, finishing eighth overall with a time of 12:10.22. Kimberly Villegas was 22nd (12:52.68) and Ailey Bulterl was 26th (13:06.81) in the event.
Duignan was the only Pacific runner to compete in the one mile run. The sophomore finished the race in 5:41.59.
Pacific will return to action on Saturday April 13 when it travels to Davis, Calif. for the Woody Wilson Classic.