Men's Track & Field

Aztecs thrower/hurdler Reise Way earns national qualifier at Pima Invitational

Freshman Reise Way (Buena HS) earned two first place finishes on the day and earned an NJCAA national qualifying mark in the javelin throw at 54.41 meters (178-feet, 5-inches). He fell short of a qualifier in the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 56.64 seconds. Photo by Raymond Suarez
Freshman Reise Way (Buena HS) earned two first place finishes on the day and earned an NJCAA national qualifying mark in the javelin throw at 54.41 meters (178-feet, 5-inches). He fell short of a qualifier in the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 56.64 seconds. Photo by Raymond Suarez

The Pima Community College men's track & field team hosted the Chapman Auto Pima Outdoor Invitational on Saturday at the West Campus Track part of the Chapman Auto Sports Complex.

  • Freshman Reise Way (Buena HS) earned a national qualifying mark in the javelin throw. He took first place with a mark of 54.41 meters (178-feet, 5-inches). He also took first place in the 400 meter hurdles race with a time of 56.64 seconds. He was a little more than a second off from setting another national qualifier.
  • Way is the second Pima men's track & field athlete to set a national qualifying mark this season. Freshman Bryce Williams earned a national qualifier in the pole vault last week in Mesa.
  • Sophomore Mikhail Browne took first place in the triple jump for the second straight meet improving on his mark from 14.24 meters to 14.75 meters (47-feet, 8-inches).
  • The Aztecs will compete at the Glendale Outdoor Invitational next Saturday at Glendale Community College.
  • For complete results of the Chapman Auto Pima Outdoor Invitational, visit WingFootFinish