More than 1,100 athletes competed Saturday at Moscow’s Kibbie Dome in the final indoor track and field meet hosted by the University of Idaho during the 1997 season.
Idaho was represented well as Chris Kwaramba, Jason St. Hill and Tawanda Chiwira set NCAA provisional qualifying marks.
Kwaramba won the triple jump with a season-best leap of 52-6-1/2, tying the Idaho Indoor record set by Osita Nsofar in 1978. St. Hill ran a season-best 21.21 while placing second in the 200 meters behind Ed Turner from the University of Washington. Turner’s time of 21.06 broke the Kibbie Dome record.
The Idaho women were led by weights competitor Jill Wimer, who placed first in the shot put for the fourth straight meet with a season-best throw of 47-4-1/4. She placed second in the discus.
University of Pacific broken open a one-run game with six runs in the eighth inning and handed the Washington State Cougars a 13-6 setback in a non-conference game at Stockton, Calif.
WSU remains winless six games. Pacific improved to 11-6. , DataTimes
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