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    http://www.thedailycamera.com/bdc/cu_track_field/article/0,1713,BDC_2458_2799231,00.html

    By Camera staff

    April 11, 2004

    EUGENE, Ore. — Colorado’s Dathan Ritzenhein ran the fastest outdoor 3,000 meters by a collegian this year Saturday when he smashed the Pepsi Team Invitational record by winning in seven minutes, 50.39 seconds.

    The Buff men and women both finished fourth in the meet, with Oregon claiming both the men’s and women’s titles.

    Ritzenhein’s time broke the meet record by 24 seconds.

    CU’s other title went to Renee Metivier in the women’s 1,500. Her time of 4:26.28 was just more than one second ahead of the runner up in the event, Lindsey Egerdahl of Washington.

    The Buffaloes picked up several second-place finishes on the evening as well. Bret Schoolmeester was second in the men’s 1,500 in 3:45.27; Natalie Florence was second in the 3,000 in 9:38.27; Anna Magle was second in the women’s high jump at 5-7; Liza Negriff jumped 39-71/4 in the women’s triple jump; and Andy Passen was second in the men’s shot put with a throw of 51-21/4.

    Next weekend the Buffaloes will travel to Walnut, Calif., for the Mt. San Antonio College Relays.

    Pepsi Invitational (CU finishers only) Women

    400 — 4, Alexandra Boksay, 59.91; 800 — 6, Jackie Zeigle, 2:15.75; 1500 — 1, Renee Metivier, 4:26.28; 4, Kendall Grgas-Wheeler, 4:39.37; 3000 — 2, Natalie Florence, 9:38.27; 6, Laura Zeigle, 10:12.54; 100 hurdles — 3, Deneeka Torrey, 14.15; 400 hurdles — 4, Deneeka Torrey, 1:02.41; 400 meter relay — 4, Colorado ‘A’ (Mikaela Raddatz, Alexandra Boksay, Jaclyn Sturm, Deneeka Torrey), 48.70; High jump — 2, Anna Magle, 5-7; Long jump — 4, Amberly Casey, 18-21/4; 6, Liza Negriff, 17-43/4; Triple jump — 2, Liza Negriff, 39-71/4; 4, Amberly Casey, 38-43/4

    Shot put — 6, Amber Metoyer, 41-111/2); 7, Cortney Hutmacher, 41-61/2; Discus — 5, Cortney Hutmacher, 139-10; 7, Amber Metoyer, 131-0; Hammer — 9, Cortney Hutmacher, 138-05; Javelin — 4, Hannah Warfield-Ruffatto, 133-3; 7, Jaclyn Sturm, 84-07.

    Men

    100 — 3, Samuel Napp, 10.76; 4, Eric Lee-O’Brien, 10.90; 200 — 4, Samuel Napp, 21.71; 6, George Pincock, 21.78; 400 — 5, George Pincock, 48.27; 8, Daric Wilhite, 49.29; 800 — 3, Jason Zichterman, 1:51.03; 7, Daniel Kenney, 1:53.23; 1500 — 2, Brett Schoolmeester, 3:45.27; 8, Jared Scott, 3:52.33; 11, Gus Lundin, 3:55.62; 3000 — 1, Dathan Ritzenhein, 7:50.39; 5, Erik Heinonen, 8:27.40; 400 hurdles — 6, Brandon Johnson, 54.85; 7, Reggie Whisenton, 55.61; 400 relay — 3, Colorado ‘A’ (Eric Lee-O’Brien, Daric Wilhite, George Pincock, Samuel Napp), 42.17; 1600 relay — 4, Colorado ‘A’ (George Pincock, Jason Zichterman, Daric Wilhite, Brandon Johnson), 3:13.26; High jump — 5, Brandon Johnson, 6-83/4; Long jump — 5, Brandon Johnson, 23-43/4; Shot put — 2, Andy Passen, 51-21/4; 7, Ryan Willis, 45-73/4; Discus — 4, Zach Hazen, 166-5; 5, James Begley, 164-0; 8, Matt Carr, 148-3; Hammer — 5, Zach Hazen, 174-7; 6, Matt Carr, 172-11; Javelin — 8, Andy Passen, 19-10; 9, Zach Hazen, 9-8.

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