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Conditt Captures CCC Shot Put Title in Final Day of Championships

May 09, 2014
Conditt Captures CCC Shot Put Title in Final Day of Championships

NAMPA, Idaho— Oregon Tech's Kassi Conditt captured the women's shot put championship on Saturday to highlight the Owls final day of the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championships, held at Northwest Nazarene University.

Final Results      CCC Highlight Video of Championships

Conditt captured the CCC title with her final throw of the finals a toss that measured 13.22 meters or 43 feet, 4.5 inches The throw was well under her season best of 13.99 meters / 45 feet, 10.57 inches.

Tech's Shannelle Cayetano captured 3rd place in the pole vault with a season best leap of 11-05.75.

Joelle Swanson had another solid effort in the Javelin with a 3rd place throw of 41.31 meters / 135-06 well under NAIA "A" qualifying mark of 44.10 m / 144-08.

Overall the Lady Owls finished in 6th place with 43 points.

Paul Adams led the Oregon Tech men with a 3rd place finish in the 5K. Adams finished in a time of 14:44.38 with Tech's Ben Schultz picking up points for the Owls with a 7th place finish.

The Hustlin' Owl men had a great showing in the pole vault finishing 4th, 5th and 7th. Cullen Hancock and Anthony Padilla finished 4th and 5th with a height of 13-05.25 with Macyn Nagao scoring ponts for a 7th place finish with a leap of 12-09.50.

Tech's Jacob Ovgard finished in 5th place in the 100 meter dash with a time of 11.09.

The Oregon Tech men had 53 points to finish in 6th place in the team standings.

Day 1
Day 1 Complete Results

Sophomore Elissa Stoltz grabbed 3rd place in the 3000 meter steeplechase and Anthony Padilla finished 4th in the 110 meter hurdles to highlight Oregon Tech’s first day of action.

Tech’s Kassi Conditt set a personnel best by more than 5 feet in the women’s discus with a throw of 124’06” to finish 5th and is now 2nd All-Time at OIT.

In the men’s 10,000 meter run Tech’s Scott Minor and Kirby Garlitz finished in 5th and 6th in 32:52.00 and 32:58.00 respectively with Garlitz being the only runner in the fiels to run a personnel best.

The men’s 4 x100 meter relay team of Jacob Murray, Jacob Ovgard, Josh Braunschweig and Adam Donaldson finished 5th with a time of 44.03.

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