Mustangs Set Personal Records at Bryan Clay Invitational

April 15, 2017


AZUSA, Calif. – The Master’s University men’s track & field program posted a number of personal bests and season bests on the final day of the Bryan Clay Invitational.

In the 400m, Jake Ortiz recorded a new season personal record after finishing the race in 51.96. Later in the day, Ortiz set a new season best in the 200m after clocking a final time of 23.54.

Max Hudson competed in the pole vault where he cleared 3.97 on his first attempt and 4.12 (Hudson’s current personal record) on his second attempt. Hudson also competed in the javelin throw were he threw for 42.21m.

Finally, in the 1500m, Skyler Mikesell, Tobin Bolter, and Justin Harris recorded times of 4:06.78, 4:04.71, and 4:23.97, respectively.

From April 27-28, the Mustangs, who recently ranked eleventh in the nation by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), will compete at the 2017 GSAC Track & Field Championships on the campus of Westmont College in Santa Barbara.

66th Annual NAIA Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championships Qualifier Tracker:

Based on their outstanding performances so far in the 2017 track & field season, the following Mustangs will have qualified to represent The Master’s University at the 66th Annual Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championships from May 25-27 at the Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores, Alabama:

  • Skyler Mikesell: Men’s 1500m
  • Alec Franco: Men’s 3,000m Steeplechase
  • Joshua Sherfey: Men’s 1,500m, 5,000m, 10,000m, Marathon
  • Tim Gutierrez: Men’s Marathon