Nuttall shines for Langley-based Spartans at Washington meet

Emma Nuttall not only won gold at the Cougar Indoor Invitational, she equalled a six-year-old record in the process.

Trinity Western high jumper Emma Nuttall equaled the meet record at the Washington State University Cougar Indoor Invitational as she finished first with a clearance of 1.75m Saturday.

Nuttall was one of four Spartans to win their event on Saturday. Regan Yee topped the 800m field in 2:12.87, Langley’s Meg Harradine was first in the 600m in 1:38.56 and Mirelle Martens won the mile in 4:52.33.

The record Nuttall tied is also held by Washington State University’s Holly Parent, who set it in 2010.

The Spartans will now prepare for the University of Washington’s Husky Classic Feb. 12-13 and the University of Washington Indoor Open Feb. 14.

TWU Results

1st – Meg Harradine – 1:38.56

2nd – Rachel Shuttleworth – 1:40.55

3rd – Jordyn Piercy – 1:44.95

4th – Sophie Pauls – 1:47.27

6th – Katie Maryschuk – 1:50.68

800m

1st – Regan Yee – 2:12.87

Mile

1st – Mirelle Martens – 4:52.33

2nd – Lisa Brooking – 4:59.35

7th – Joanna Williams – 5:16.48

13th – Mikaela Smart – 5:31.26

60m Hurdles

2nd – Hazel Ross – 8.90q

6th – Emma Li – 9.35q

17th – Sophie Pauls – 10.21

Final

2nd – Hazel Ross – 8.75

4x400m

3rd – 4:02.94 (Sophie Pauls, Meg Harradine, Jordyn Piercy, Rachel Shuttleworth)

4x800m

1st – 9:11.56 (Joanna Williams, Meg Harradine, Mirelle Martens, Regan Yee)

High Jump

1st – Emma Nuttall – 1.75m^

5th – Hazel Ross – 1.60m

10th – Katie Maryschuk – 1.50m

Pole Vault

3rd – Maddy Evans – J3.55m

4th – Emma Lie – J3.55m

Triple Jump

9th – Maddy Evans – 10.14m

Shotput

20th – Sophie Pauls – 9.31m

22nd – Katie Maryschuk – 8.25m

Long Jump

2nd – Hazel Ross – 5.50m

8th – Sophie Pauls – 4.77m

15th – Katie Maryschuk – 4.60m

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