Men's Track & Field

Pole Vaulter Bryce Williams sets National Qualifer at Mesa Outdoor Invitational

The Pima Community College men's track & field team kicked off its 2021 season on Saturday at the Mesa Outdoor Invitational.

  • Freshman Bryce Williams took first place in the pole vault and set a national qualifier with a vault of 15-feet, 1-inch (4.60 meters). Freshman Reece Gardner (Marana HS) took second place at 14-feet, 3-inches (4.35 meters).
  • Sophomore Mikhail Browne placed first in the triple jump with a mark of 46-feet, 8-inches (14.24 meters) edging out fellow sophomore Donovan Henderson, who was second at 46-8 (14.22 meters).
  • Sophomore Adrian Teso (Benson HS) was second in the hammer throw event with a mark of 141-feet, 1-inch (43.00 meters).

The Aztecs will host the Chapman Auto Pima Outdoor Invitational next Saturday, March 13 at the West Campus Aztec Track part of the Chapman Auto Sports Complex.  

For complete results of the Mesa Outdoor Invitational, visit wingfootfinish.com