Track & Field
    Burnett, Carley, DeYoung, Slingsby And 4x100m Relay Win At Mangrum Invitational
    Redshirt freshman Elan Hilaire ran her first race of the season today at the Mangrum Invitational, placing eighth in the 400m.
    Redshirt freshman Elan Hilaire ran her first race of the season today at the Mangrum Invitational, placing eighth in the 400m.

    April 3, 2010

    Taylor Slingsby won the men's pole vault, John Carley the 3000m, Scott DeYoung the 400m, Tony Burnett in the long jump and triple jump and the men's 4x100m team won the sprint relay title to lead a small contingent of USC track and field athletes competing at the Mangrum Invitational today (April 3) hosted by CS San Marcos in San Marcos, Calif.

    The junior Slingsby won the men's pole vault with a PR of 15-9 (4.80m), while DeYoung had a season-best time of 48.70 to capture the 400m title at the Mangrum Invitational.

    Carley won the men's 3000m race with a PR of 8:36.93 and sophomore Rick Davey took fifth place in the race with a time of 9:06.59.

    The men's 4x100m relay team of sophomore Tony Burnett, junior Sean Jackson, freshman Farzad Bozorgzad and DeYoung won with a time of 41.61.

    Burnett picked up two more titles by claiming the men's long jump with a leap of 22-7.25 (6.89m) and the men's triple jump with a jump of 48-0.50 (14.64m).

    Also, redshirt freshman Elan Hilaire competed in her first race of the season, placing eighth in the women's 400m dash with a time of 60.22.

    For complete results, click here: Complete Results