Brandon Hierholzer won the men's pole vault open with a lifetime-best 16-05.25.
April 27, 2012
LA JOLLA, Calif. - A handful of Long Beach State pole vaulters opened the 2012 Triton Invitational Friday afternoon at Triton Track & Field Stadium in La Jolla.
Brandon Hierholzer won the men's pole vault open, clearing a personal-record 16-05.25.
In the women's pole vault open, Kayla Kamaka was the 49ers' top finisher as she tied for third with a height of 11-08.50.
LBSU returns to La Jolla for the final day of the Triton Invitational, while also beginning the Steve Scott Invitational at UC Irvine's Anteater Stadium on Saturday, April 28.
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