Doug Max Invitational in the Books

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Winning half of the meet’s events gave Colorado State enough bright spots in Saturday’s Doug Max Invitational at Jack Christiansen Track.

With only Northern Colorado, Wyoming, Chadron State and UC Colorado Springs joining the Rams, the competition yielded 20 wins in the annual home meet that honors former student-athlete, coach and administrator Doug Max.

The Rams won six of the possible eight throwing events including all four on the women’s side. Michaela Hawkins tossed a 174’6 ” in her discus win, which moved her up to 14th all-time in CSU history and is 19th in the NCAA West list for this season. On the men’s side, Avery Lux measured a 194’0 ” in the hammer to register a personal record that improved his 17th all-time mark in school history.

The track highlight came in the men’s 200 meters as the Rams crossed 1-2-3 with all PRs. Kelley Stephens led the way with a 20.92 for a share of third all-time on CSU’s list plus is 32nd in the NCAA West list for the season. Jack Cauble and Tom Willems followed with times of 21.32 and 21.36, respectively, for the 12th and 13th-best marks on the school.

In all 24 PRs were obtained by CSU student-athletes and five top-20 school marks. The Colorado State track and field program will be back in action next weekend for its second home meet, the Jack Christiansen Invitational, starting Friday and going through Saturday.

Doug Max Invitational RESULTS
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For complete results see link at top of recap
(PR) – Personal Best, (UNA) – Unattached

Women’s Hammer Throw

1. Tarynn Sieg (Bown), 193’9 ”
3. Morgan Stewart163’1 ”
4. Michaela Hawkins160’11 ”
5. Klaire Kovatch159’0 ” (UNA)

Women’s Shot Put

1. Gabi McDonald51’7.25 ”
2. Michaela Hawkins44’9 ”
3. Lexie Keller, 43’10.5 ”; PR
8. Klaire Kovatch33’9.5 ” (UNA)

Women’s Discus

1. Michaela Hawkins, 174’6 ”; PR, 14th in CSU History
2. Gabi McDonald172’11 ”
3. Klaire Kovatch170’8 ” (UNA)
4. Morgan Stewart152’11 ”

Women’s Javelin

1. Klaire Kovatch138’9 ” (UNA)
2. Paxton Gutierrez126’4 ”

Women’s 1500m

1. Lauren Turner, 4: 43.34; PR
9. Grace Booher, 5: 10.37 (UNA)

Women’s 800m

1. Quinn McConnell, 2: 15.31; PR

Women’s Pole Vault

1. Celyn Stermer13’1.5 ”
2. Elizabeth Lydon11’9.75 ”

Women’s 400m

1. Lauren Gale52.84
2. Grace Goldsworthy55.12
3. Tayla Brunger, 57.35; PR

Women’s Long Jump

1. Lexie Keller18’11.75 ”
2. Makayla Williams17’5.5 ”
3. Aaliyah Robinson17’3.25 ”
4. Alexa Gonzalez17’2.75 ”
5. Jocelyn Chanonto17’2.75 ”
6. Janyah Jasper, 16’11.5 ”; PR
8. Ella Thomas15’11.75 ” (UNA)

Women’s Triple Jump

2. Makayla Williams, 36’1.5 ”; PR
3. Aaliyah Robinson34’3 ”

Women’s 100m

1. Alexa Gonzalez12.41
2. Taylor Rowe12.88

Women’s 200m

1. Marybeth Sant-Price, 23.62
2. Taylor Rowe26.63

Women’s 4x100m Relay

1. CSU, (Ozoude, Gale, Williams, Jasper), 44.28

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Men’s 200m

1. Kelley Stephens, 20.92; PR, T-3rd in CSU History
2. Jack Cauble, 21.32; PR, 12th in CSU History
3. Tom Willems, 21.36; PR, 13th in CSU History
4. DeVon Washington21.57
5. Adam Stark21.60
6. Jaylen Champion, 21.95; PR
10. Luke Martin22.76

Men’s Long Jump

1. Isa Bynum22’7 ”

Men’s 1500m

1. Michael Mooney3: 59.05
3. Chris Montross4: 02.43

Men’s 4x100m Relay

1. CSU A, (Stark, Stephens, Cauble, Dempsey), 40.48
2. CSU B, (Martin, Champion, Mather, Ioannides), 41.14

Men’s 400m

1. John Fulton, 48.98; PR

Men’s 110m Hurdles

1. Andrew Doctor14.23
2. Liam Mather14.46
3. Hunter Price, 14.50
4. Jack Sheesley, 15.10; PR
5. Drew Thompson, 15.39; PR

Men’s 400m Hurdles

1. Dominic Gallelli, 54.61; PR
2. Jack Sheesley56.24

Men’s Discus

1. Adam Dawson182’0 ”
2. Jackson Morris178’3 ”
3. Cian Quiroga, 160’1 ”; PR
5. Eric Lundgren157’4 ”
6. Mariano Kis, 157’2 ”; PR
8. Max Christenberry152’1 ”
9. Avery Lux143’9 ”
11. Drew Thompson, 131’10 ”; PR
12. Mauricio Galindo Vega130’7 ”
13. Elijah Scott, 128 ‘; PR

Men’s Shot Put

1. Mariano Kis56’6.75 ”
2. Cian Quiroga, 50’11 ”; PR
3. Hunter Price, 47’9 ”
5. Mauricio Galindo Vega44’6.25 ”
6. Elijah Scott, 41’0.5 ”; PR
7. Drew Thompson, 40’10.25 ”; PR

Men’s Pole Vault

2. Eldridge Harris15’5.75 ”
4. Mason Adams, 15’0 ”; PR
6. Will Chiang, 14’0 ”; PR

Men’s Hammer Throw

2. Avery Lux, 194’0 ”; PR, Stays 17th in CSU History
4. Mariano Kis181’7 ”
6. Colin Brown165’1 ” (UNA)
7. Cian Quiroga148’1 ”
8. Max Christenberry128’2 ”

Men’s 100m

2. Kyle Dempsey10.98

Men’s High Jump

1. Hunter Price, 6’7 ”
2. Ryan Blake6’3.25 ”

Men’s Triple Jump

3. Tucker Myers, 44’8.25 ”; PR

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