they last saw their
Bronco men are projected to finish 1-2-3-4 in the long jump but even that finish
will only get them within 24 points of the favored Aggies.
Senior Zacharias Arnos leads the Bronco foursome with a leap of 24-feet,
9.25-inches. Kurt Felix and Eetu
Vitala have both cleared 23-11 and freshman Rolando Trammel offers hope with a
jump of 23-2.
Jeff Daw and Paul Robertson will try to wrest the 400-meter title away from
veteran Albert Fullwood of Louisiana Tech. Fullwood
has run a 47.90 this indoor season while Daw clocked a 48.38 400 last weekend.
Fullwood's time is a full second ahead of Robertson's 49.11.
Bronco women's best event is the pole vault, with junior BreAnna Craig
(12-5.5) leading a talented trio of Lady Bronco vaulters.
Junior Heidi Dorling (12-4) and senior Annelise Bertleson (11-11.75) will
try to top
Mele Vaisima is the only other Bronco woman projected to finish in the top three
next week. Vaisima has the top mark
in the weight throw with a toss of 60-feet, 8-inches.
women's pentathlon begins at
Thursday while the men's
heptathlon gets underway at
and several finals are scheduled for Friday afternoon beginning at 2 and
competition wraps up Saturday at