Track & Field


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Season 2005
August 10, 2005
Azusa Pacific's Bryan Clay won the gold medal in the decathlon at the World Track & Field Championships in the Helsinki, Finland, beating rival and Olympic champion Roman Sebrle.
June 27, 2005
Sophomore-to-be David Pichler finished second in the decathlon at the U.S. Junior Track & Field Championships in Carson, Calif., securing a spot on the U.S. team that will compete in the Pan American Games later this month.
May 28, 2005
For the second time this year Azusa Pacific men's and women's track & field teams registered indentical finishes at an NAIA championship meet with both teams recording fifth-places finishes at the NAIA Outdoor Championships.
May 27, 2005
Junior Kevin Lindsey became only the third athlete in NAIA history to be a part of 3 straight NAIA title clinching 4x800 relays as the Azusa Pacific men ran to the relay victory in surprising fashion.
May 26, 2005
Barbara Sugar won her first ever NAIA title to jettison the Cougar women, and Matt Sparks successfully embarked on his unique hurdles double to highlight Azusa Pacific's effort in the first day of the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
May 15, 2005
In the final meet prior to the NAIA Championships, Azusa Pacific enjoyed an outstanding evening at the Claremont Classic, posting 29 season-best marks.
April 30, 2005
Danny Reid ran like the meet's namesake, clocking the second fastest 1500 in school history at the Steve Scott Invitational at UC Irvine.
April 23, 2005
Freshman Caleb Lynch's thrilling come-from-behind victory in the 800 meters highlighted a day in which Azusa Pacific captured its seventh straight GSAC men's track & field title while Point Loma Nazarene snapped a 3-year drought by winning the women's crown.
April 22, 2005
After one day of competition at the GSAC Track & Field Championships, only 9 points separate the top 5 men's teams, and the second day is shaping up to be tight battle on the women's side as well.
April 14, 2005
UCLA's Nastassja Hall, Seattle Pacific's Danielle Ayers-Stamper, Minnesota's Travis Brandstatter and Adams State's Michael Mayes each won their respective multi-events of the California Invitational and Mt. SAC Relays.
April 9, 2005
On a beautiful day to compete, Azusa Pacific hosted the Meet of Champions in which several outstanding perfermances were recorded on both the track and the field.
April 3, 2005
All-American Barbara Sugar posted the NAIA's top marks in both the hammer and the discus in winning the 2 events at a 6-way meet in San Diego.
March 26, 2005
After a 2-week layoff following the indoor season, Azusa Pacific returned to the track this week with its first meet of the outdoor season, competing at the UCSD Collegiate Open.
March 5, 2005
Azusa Pacific had its string of men's and women's NAIA indoor national championships snapped after both squads finished fourth in their respective championships.
March 4, 2005
NAIA champion Vivian Chukwuemeka added to her long list of individual titles with yet another record-setting perfomrance in the weight throw at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships.
March 4, 2005
Sophomore Brian Bernard came on strong over the final 3 events, tallying 2 personal bests to win the pentathlon during the opening day of the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Champioships.
March 2, 2005
Azusa Pacific is shooting this week for what no school has ever done before in NAIA history, sweep the men's and women's indoor track & field national championships for a third straight year.
February 19, 2005
Heavy rains over the past 24 hours flooded Azusa Pacific's track & field, limiting the number of events that could be staged during today's Last Chance Indoor Qualifier.
February 12, 2005
NAIA champion Brianna Carstensen set an Azusa Pacific school-record in the 3000 meters at an indoor qualifying meet Azusa Pacific.
February 5, 2005
Azusa Pacific competed in an actual indoor meet, collecting 5 victories at the United Heritage Invitational hosted by Boise State University.