(Editor’s note: Carroll College athletics release)
BOZEMAN, Mont. and POCATELLO, Idaho — Carroll College’s indoor track team split between Pocatello, Idaho, and Bozeman on Friday as two Saints took individual wins in events.
The Saints in Bozeman faced Montana, Montana State, MSU Billings and Rocky Mountain College and had a few strong performances.
Brooke Endy won the 60-meter dash in a time of 7.93. Shae Helterbran finished in third with a time of 8.13.
Mika Robinson won the women’s pole vault, hitting a mark of 11-01.75. Behind her in second and third were Helterbran and Madi Visscher at 10-08.
Keaton Brady took second in the pole vault, hitting a mark of 15-01.
Josie D’Agostino stood out among the multi-event kids in Pocatello, narrowly missing qualification for the NAIA National Meet. Her 2,787 points were good for seventh at the meet and a personal best.
Head coach Harry Clark traveled with the multi-event athletes to Pocatello.
“I was pleased with what we did considering our quick turn around from Christmas break,” Clark said. “They did their thing. The highlight was Josie’s PR. High jump and 800 were PRs.”
Tyler Bourn is on pace for a new PR and potentially qualifying in the heptathlon. After the first days events he sits in fifth with 2,376 points
Ky Burch sat close behind in sixth place with 2,258 points.
Though many were close, the Saints added no new qualifiers on Friday. The Saints previously qualified eight.
The Saints’ next meet is Feb. 1 at the Bronco Invitational in Nampa, Idaho.