CJ Allen set a personal record and set a new NCAA-leading time in the men's 400 meter hurdles yesterday in Southern California, while taking part in the Jim Bush Collegiate yesterday. He ran the race with a time of 50.55 seconds and moves into 8th all-time in the WSU record books.
It was a great all-around finish for the Cougs at UCLA's Drake Stadium, who finished 2nd for the men's team title and 3rd in the women's team title, with UCLA winning both. In all, the Cougs won 9 events and set 18 person records at the event.
The Pac-12 Network was on hand to broadcast the event live. They and the official WSU Track account posted some highlights on their Twitter accounts later in the day.
A full recap of events is posted here on the WSU website.
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