WINNIPEG – Trinity Western fourth-year David Boyd (Victoria) finished fourth in pole vault after clearing 4.85m on the final day of the U SPORTS Track & Field Championships Saturday at the James Daly Fieldhouse.
Boyd's effort precisely equals his 2018 U SPORTS performance as he also finished fourth with a height of 4.85m in 2018. Teammate Zach Augenstein (Hermosa Beach, Calif.) finished 11th having cleared 4.35m.
In men's triple jump, Denzel Brown (Port Coquitlam, B.C.) finished sixth overall with a mark of 13.92m.
On the women's side, Mowa Adeleye (Calgary) won a silver medal in triple jump, equaling her personal best with a mark of 12.13m.
On her final jump of the competition, the third-year Adeleye put together her best effort of the day to earn her first-ever U SPORTS medal and what would turn out to be TWU's only medal of the championship weekend. With her U SPORTS silver medal, Adeleye capped her season with back-to-back medal-winning performances, after earning a gold medal at the Canada West Championships with the exact same 12.13m mark.
TWU's men's team finished the U SPORTS Championships 12th overall with 20 points, while the women's team was 13th with 18 points.
All told, TWU finished with five athletes earning top five finishes, highlighted by Adeleye's silver medal and Grace Konrad's (Edmonton) TWU record-setting fifth-place finish in the 300m.
2nd – Mowa Adeleye – 12.13m
5th – Grace Konrad – 38.96q*
5th – 39.04 (4)
9th – Mowa Adeleye – 8.82
13th – Rachel Jerome – 5.29m
5th – Madison Evans – 3.90m (4)
7th – Emma Li – 3.80m (2)
6th – Denzel Brown – 13.92m (3)
7th – Caleb de Jong – 8:24.53 (2)
6th – Praise Olatoke – 6.90 (3)
5th – Chris Weiss – 4595 (4)
8th – Chris Wiess – 2471
60m – 8th – 7.47 (723)
Long Jump – 10th – 6.09m (606)
Shot Put – 9th – 11.05m (549)
High Jump – 8th – 1.76m (593)
60mH – 9th – 9.25 (692)
Pole Vault – 1st – 4.45m (746)
1000m – 6th – 2:57.81 (686)
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As official members of U SPORTS, the Spartans currently compete in 10 sports in the Canada West conference, including women's and men's soccer, volleyball, basketball, cross country and track & field. TWU also competes in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) in men's hockey. Since TWU entered U SPORTS in 1999, the Spartans have won 11 U SPORTS team championships and 25 Canada West team championships.