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.