Long Jump: School Record, Jackie Edwards, 21-11 ¾.
Junior Karynn Dunn is No. 4 in the school record book at 21-6, which was 14th among all Americans last season. Senior Jordan Merback is very good in the triple jump and has a best here of 19-4. Freshman Kayla Walker's best is 19-10 ¾. Dunn will be a potential NCAA point winner.
Triple Jump: School Record, Erica McLain, 46-5 ¼
Everyone pales to Erica but Merback is at 42-2 and Dunn 42-1 ¼. They both should score at the Pac 12 Meet.
High Jump: School Record, Lisa Bernhagen, 6-2.
Senior Elaine Patten jumped 5-8 ¾ this past weekend. Freshman Khiana Lowe has a 5-6 best.
Pole Vault: School Record, Katerina Stefanidi, 14-8 ¼.
We return our No. 2 all-time, Junior Ellie McCardell at 13-7 ¾, and our No. 8 all-time, sophomore Katie Zingheim at 12-9 ½.
Shot Put: School Record Jillian Camarena, 59-6 ¾.
Senior Alyssa Wisdom is No. 6 all-time at 51-9 ¾, but has reached 55-8 ¼ indoors this season. If repeated outdoors, that effort would move her to No. 3; either way, she will challenge for Pac-12 points. Sophomore Rebecca Hammer is No. 9 with a 48-9 ½. Freshman Shavana Talbert has a best of 45-9 ¾.
Discus: School Record Carol Cady, 207-8
It's been 10 years since someone broke into the top 10 and Hammer did it March 2 with a 171-10 throw for No. 7. This mark puts Hammer in the quest for Pac-12 points. Christina Medina is a sophomore at 140-4.
Hammer: School Record, Sarah Hopping, 219-8
Appropriately enough, Hammer threw the hammer 152-2 on March 2. Wisdom has a best of 159-4.
Javelin: School Record Brianna Bain 180-2.
Bain is just a sophomore and was the NCAA runner-up, the Pac-12 champion and the No. 9 American last season. Freshman Kieman Haggery has a best of 140-1 and was one of the top preps last season.
Long Jump, School Record, James Lofton, 26-11 ¾
In the last 22 years, we have added one long jumper to the top-10 list. Sad. Junior Patton Jones went 23-11 last year. Sophomore High Jumper Dartis Willis jumped 23-11 ½.
Triple Jump: School Record, Allen Meredith, 52-3
Sophomore Darian Brooks jumped 50-2 for No. 9 last year. Jones has a best of 48-9w, while high jumper Jules Shape has a best of 48-11.
High Jump: School Record, Brian Marshall, 7-5 ¾
Willis at 7-1 ½ and Sharpe at 7-1 are fifth and seventh all-time for Stanford. But Sharpe has gone 7-3 three times this indoor season. His best is 7-3 ¼.
Pole Vault, School Record, Toby Stevenson, 18-9 ¼
Freshman Garrett Starkey comes in at 17-0. Sophomore Dalton Duvio went 17-1 in high school, 16-8 last season.
Shot Put: School Record, Terry Albritton, 70-7
Geoffrey Tabor is a senior with a 58-4 ½ best, No. 8 all time. He also has gone 3 inches farther indoors, and 58-5 indoors this year. Jeremy Hines missed last season but has an indoor best of 57-4 ¼. Freshman Nick Budincich went 62-5 with the high school shot.
Discus: School Record, Michael Robertson, 210-1
Tabor is No. 6 all-time at 192-6 and will contend for points at the national level. Footballer Trent Murphy threw 195 with the high school weight and Budincich 192. Hines has a best of 156-7.
Hammer: School Record, David Popejoy, 240-10.
Sophomore Lucas Rowley threw 182-11 at the first outdoor meet.
Javelin: School Record, Chad Wassink, 234-0
Junior Aaron Konigsberg has a best of 216-2 and two freshman, Andy Rondema, 197-1 and Charlie Kerr, 186-9 will contribute.
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