Telleria is national provisional qualifier at WWU Winter Open
March 4, 2006
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Jessica Telleria (Sr., Boise, ID/Capital) set a school record in winning the women's discus with a national provisional qualifying mark of 154-2 to lead Western Washington University at its Winter Open track and field meet Saturday at Viking Field on the WWU campus.
Telleria, who placed 14th at the NCAA Division II National Championship last year and is a three-time Great Northwest Athletic Conference champion, broke the school standard of 151-10 that she tied last year.
Telleria also won the hammer throw with a mark of 144-0.
Heidi Dimmitt (Fr., Wenatchee) was another two-event winner for the Vikings, taking the women's 100 meters (12.78) and 400 hurdles (67.45).
Western's Adam Neff (Jr., White Salmon/Columbia) won the men's 100 (11.28) and was a member of the winning middle medley relay (3:43.17).
The Vikings next compete at the University of Puget Sound/Joe Peyton Invitational on March 11.
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