Spartans Show Out at Fresno State Invitational


FRESNO, Calif.—
Emilia Sjostrand and Demaris Waters each won their events to lead San José State in the second day of competition at the Fresno State Invitational.

  • Sjostrand took first place in the Women's Long Jump with a mark of 6.35m (20'10"). Her distance also set a new school record and broke her previously held record of 6.25m (20'6.25"), which she set at the Stanford Invitational earlier this season.
  • Freshman Waters won the Men's 110m Hurdles with a time of 13.85 seconds, the sixth-fastest event time in school history.
  • Sophie Liao, Gabby Spencer, Sharli'e McCuller and Sarah Mosteller won the Women's 400m Relay with a time of 44.43 seconds, which also set a new school record.
  • In the Men's 400m Relay, Jalen Adams, Cameron Tarver, Christopher Coats and Shamond Brooks Jr. won first place with a time of 39.86 seconds.
  • Coats and Tarver were joined by Men's 1600m Relay teammates Jaden Smith and Harry Overstreet to take first place in the event with a time of 3:08.75.
  • Osayi Omorodion finished second in the Women's 100m Hurdles in 13.62 seconds for the third-fastest mark in school history.
  • In the Men's 400m Hurdles, Zaire Waring took second place with a time of 51.98 seconds.
  • Freshman Sharli'e McCuller finished second in the Women's 200m Dash with a time of 23.45 seconds. Her mark is the second-fastest in school history.
  • Jalen Adams placed second in the Men's 200m Dash with a mark of 21.26 seconds.
  • Sarah Mosteller, Aliyah Williams, Sophie Liao and Kaylen Fletcher placed second in the Women's 1600m Relay with a time of 3:42.17. It was also the third-fastest time for the event in school history.
  • Jacob Lopez placed third in the Men's Shot Put with a mark of 16.72m (54'10.75").

UP NEXT: The Spartans have finished their regular season schedule and now look to prepare for the Mountain West Outdoor Championships held May 11-14.