Senior David Sajdak

Track & Field

Marquette Travels to Jack Johnson Invitational

Jan. 28, 2015

Live Results

MILWAUKEE - The Marquette University men's and women's track and field teams resume indoor at the University of Minnesota for the Jack Johnson Invitational Friday, Jan. 30 and Saturday, Jan.31.

Competition at the University of Minnesota Fieldhouse begins Friday on the track with the women's pentathlon 60-meter hurdles at 3 p.m. Central time, and is rounded out with the men's heptathlon 800-meter run. Saturday's action kicks off with the men's heptathlon 60-meter hurdles at 10 a.m., while the men's 4x400-meter relay race wraps up the meet at 5:55 p.m.

In the Golden Eagles' most recent action, they turned in an excellent performance at the John Tierney Triangular on the campus of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Between both the men's and women's squads, MU collected 14 event titles. The Marquette women claimed 10 out of the possible 13 event titles, while the men notched four victories collectively. The women defeated both University of Illinois-Chicago and UWM, while the men were victorious against UIC but fell to UWM.

Freshman Cassy Goodrich will look to continue what has been a very hot start to her collegiate career. After posting impressive finishes at both the Blue and Gold Invitational and the Wisconsin Open. The Franksville, Wisconsin native again wowed in last weekend's competition.

Goodrich tied a 14-year old program record with a mark of 39.56 seconds in the 300-meter run, tying Jennifer Batie's mark from Feb. 16, 2001. Goodrich's time also broke a 21-year old Klotsche Center facility record of 40.04 second. She is slated to compete in 200-meter run at Minnesota.

On the men's side, Oumaru Abdulahi has been one of MU's best high jumpers during the indoor campaign, with top four finishes at each of the first two meets. Abdulahi won the high jump at Milwaukee, tying a personal-best mark of 2.10 meters. In addition to the high jump, the Abdulahi will also see action in the long jump for the Golden Eagles.

Marquette travels to the University of Minnesota for the first time since it competed in the Jack Johnson Minnesota Classic in January of 2006.

Following the meet at Minnesota, MU travels to the Meyo Invitational in Notre Dame, Indiana Friday, Feb. 6 and Saturday, Feb. 7.

Meghan Carroll - Mile
Nicole Ethier - 800m, 4x400 pool
Brittney Feivor - Mile
Mariah Frank - 3000m
Cassy Goodrich - 200m
Kellie Greenwood - 3000m
Terica Harris - 200m, Triple Jump
Nicole Jaffke - Pole Vault
Taylor Keating - 60 Hurdles, Pentathlon
Samantha Kennedy - Weight Throw
Kathryn Koeck - Weight Throw
Maya Marion - Shot Put, Weight Throw
Jnana Martin - 60m, 200m, 4x400 pool
Krista McClure - 800m, 4x400 pool
Clare McDonald - 3000m
Elisia Meyle - 3000m
Jennifer Parker - 800m, 4x400 pool
Jessica Parker - 800m, 4x400 pool
Tatyana Pashibin - High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump
Sarah Poirier - 3000m
Anna Strong - 400m, Long Jump
Arra Strong - 200m, 400m
Gemma Tedeschi - Pole Vault
Katie Tolan - 600m, 4x400 pool
Omo Tseumah - High Jump
Kenzie Vicker - 800m, Mile
Erica Wanie - Pentathlon

Oumaru Abdulahi - High Jump, Long Jump
Brandon Bell - 60m, 200m, 4x400 pool
Patrick Campbell - 3000m
Cory Cegelski - Long Jump
Michael Corr - 800m, 4x400 pool
Dwayne Dash Jr. - Long Jump, Triple Jump
Djdade Denson - Long Jump, Triple Jump
Marc DiVerde - 800m, Mile
Nicholas Ebert - 200m, 400m, 4x400 pool
William Eggers - Heptathlon
Nate Gomoll - 3000m
Cody Haberkorn - 800m, Mile
Alex Halloway - 200m, Triple Jump, 4x400 pool
Bret Hardin - Weight Throw
William Hennessy - 3000m
John Kaplan - Pole Vault
Marcell KirkmanBey - 60 Hurdles
William Koeck - Weight Throw
Blake Lawson - 3000m
Vinny Martello - Pole Vault
Joel McBride - Weight Throw
Carson Meinholz - 200m, 400m, 4x400 pool
Alec Miller - 800m, 4x400 pool
Aric Miller - 800m, 4x400 pool
Anton Rice - 800m, 4x400 pool
Kevin Ryan - Mile
David Sajdak - 800m, 4x400 pool
Ryan Shields - 800m, 4x400 pool
Jordan Smith - Heptathlon
Joel Swanberg - Heptathlon
Daniel Sweeney - 60 Hurdles
Brett Tobin - Heptathlon
Zach Wehner - 3000m
Will Wolf - Triple Jump
Joshua Word - 60m, 200m, 4x400 pool
Christian Zambrano - 3000m

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