OFF TO COLLEGE
TRACK AND FIELD
Jenny Brogdon, La Grande, sophomore, Oregon At the Willamette Open on April 7, she became the second Duck to clear 5 feet, 7 inches this season and qualify for the Pac-10 Championships. She won the meet. her previous high mark of the season was 5-4 1/4, set March 17 at the Oregon Preview in Eugene, where she finished second was third at the Oregon Invitational on April 28 with a mark of 5-6.
Katy Sharratt, Union, freshman, Boise State A Big West Conference qualifier in both the high jump (5-3 3/4) and triple jump (36-7 3/4), Sharratt has also qualified for the conference heptathlon with a season-best 3,691 points her season-best mark in the 100 high hurdles is 15.66, set April 14 at the Weber State Invitational in Ogden, Utah, and in the long jump is 16-7 3/4, set May 5 at the Palouse Team Invitational in Pullman, Wash.
Abrienne Wiles, Elgin, sophomore, Nevada-Reno World record womens pole vaulter Stacy Dragila topped the field Friday at the Clarence Robison Invitational in Provo, Utah, where Wiles finished fifth at 11-11 3/4. Dragila, in the same flight as Wiles, won at 14-11, just 6 inches short of the world record she set six days earlier Wiles best mark during the outdoor season is 12-2 1/2, set April 29 at the Cal/Nevada Championships in Irvine, Calif. Thats fourth-best in the Western Athletic Conference this season Wiles went 12-3 1/2 during the indoor season at the Western Athletic Conference Indoor Championships, Feb. 24 in Reno.
Kyle Johnson, Wallowa, sophomore, Notre Dame (Ind.) His fast time of 16.73 in the 110 high hurdles came March 31 at the Purdue Open in West Lafayette, Ind.; he was 15th ran 60-meter hurdles during indoor season and had fast time of 9.09 seconds on March 3 at the Alex Wilson Invitational in South Bend, finishing seventh.
Mariel Ettinger, La Grande, sophomore, Stanford (Calif.) She qualified for the Pac-10 conference meet with a 16-minute, 51.13-second showing April 21 in the 5,000 meters at the Mount Sac Relays in Walnut, Calif. She was 18th in the Olympic development race her best time in the 1,500 this season is 4:42.95, on March 25 at the Stanford Open in Palo, Alto, Calif.
Mandi Anderson, Enterprise, sophomore, St. Martins (Wash.) 26 games, 11 minutes per game, .346 FG%, 3.0 rpg, 0.4 apg, 8 steals, 2 blocks, 2.0 ppg.
Crystal Bedard, La Grande, freshman, Ricks College (Idaho) 1 minute in 1 game
Nicole Hayden, La Grande, senior, Minot State (N.D.) All-Dakota Athletic Conference second-team center averaged 13.6 ppg, 7.2 rpg (fourth in conference), shot 49 percent from the field, 76 percent from the free throw line.
Tim Hays, La Grande, sophomore, Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) played 24 games, started seven, averaged 15 minutes per game shot 36 percent from the field, 34 percent from 3-point range, 62 percent from the free throw line averaged 2.0 rpg, 5.2 ppg.
Peter Lunde, Joseph, sophomore, Pacific (Ore.) played 23 games, started nine, averaged 19.8 minutes per game shot 54 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range, 73 percent from the free throw line averaged 3.5 rpg, 6.2 ppg.
Larz Stewart, La Grande, junior, Hawaii Pacific played 27 games, started 15, averaged 20 minutes per game shot 38 percent from the field, 33 percent from 3-point range, 82 percent from the free throw line averaged 3.4 rpg, 7.1 ppg.
Camille Woodfield, La Grande, freshman, Boise State played 29 games, started 28, averaged 31.4 minutes per game shot 35 percent from the field, 33 percent from 3-point range, 59 percent from the free throw line averaged 4.2 rpg, team-high 3.3 apg, 5.2 ppg, had team second-high 29 steals.
Casey Kotter, La Grande, redshirt freshman, Portland State went 10-8 at 125 pounds this season with two pins, two major decisions and a technical fall.