UNIVERSITY CENTER, Mich. -- The Saginaw Valley State University men's and women's track teams hosted the second day of the Jet's Pizza and had top-performances in multiple events including a first place finish in the 60-hurdle final from Cheyenne Williamson who crossed the line at 8.65 improving her prelim time and moving up the NCAA national list to number seven in the nation.
- In addition to her first place finish in the 60-hurdles, Williamson placed first in the high jump clearing a height of 1.73-meters. She is currently ranked tied for the number one spot in high jump for all DII athletes and is now holding the number seven spot for the 60-hurdles.
- Olshevska also earned a top-finish for the Cardinals in the 200-meter tying the school record coming in at 24.99. She also placed third in the 60-meter crossing the line with a final time of 7.72 and currently holds the 29th spot in DII for the event.
- Morgan Fuerst placed second in the 800-meter for SVSU coming in with a final time of 2:16.17, just over two seconds shy of a NCAA DII provisional qualifying mark.
- Teammate Jenna Keiser placed first in the 3,000-meter run timing in at 10:06.06.
- Teammates Ryan Talbott and CarLee Stimpfel both earned NCAA DII provisional qualifying times in the 3,000-meter run clocking in at 8:18:52 and 8:21.98, respectively, earning them first and second place. Talbott is now ranked 14th and Stimpfel 16th in DII for the 3,000-meter.
- Sam Black placed first in the high jump competition clearing a height of 2.01-meters, just shy of a NCAA DII provisional qualifying mark. He was also a member of the 4x400-meter relay team that placed second timing in at 3:17.78.
- Nate McCrary placed first for the Cardinals in the 60-meter crossing the line in a season best of 6.94.
- Brennan Waslusky placed third in the shot put competition with a toss of 14.85-meters.
- Finishing fourth for SVSU were teammates Jared McLean and Juan Bowers. McLean timed in at 50.19 for the 400-meter while Bowers clocked in at 22.06.
- Cheyenne Williamson came in with the fastest time for the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.74, good for a first place finish and places her 11th in the nation.
- Teammates Cassie Campbell, Destiny Vandenberg, and Lexi Mort who also qualified for the finals coming in with final times of 9.19, 9.31, and 9.65, respectively.
- Alona Olshevska placed third in the 60-meter prelims crossing the line with a final time of 7.75 and will race tomorrow in the finals. She would also place first in the 200-meter with a final time of 25.04.
- Megan Noble would place just behind Olshevska in the 200-meter coming in third with a time of 26.08.
- Lauren Huebner took first in the long jump with a leap of 5.53-meters.
- Ali Aldrich furthered the school record set earlier this season with a mark of 17.89-meters moving her up to 14th in the nation. Teammate Timyah Meeks finished just behind Aldrich with a toss of 17.49-meters.
- Casey Williams placed second in the long jump in his season opener with a leap of 7.07-meters. Sam Black finished just behind Williams in fourth place with a jump of 7.70-meters.
- Juan Bowers finished fifth in the 200-meter crossing the line at 22.27.
- Teammate Nate McCrary finished third in the 60-meter prelims crossing the line at 7.01.
- Branden Bohling earned a fourth place finish in the 5,000-meter timing in at 15:22.78.
The Cardinals will be back in action Friday (Feb. 14) the Cardinals hit the road to compete in the two-day GVSU Big Meet. To follow live and find results visit svsucardinals.com