SAN FRANCISCO — Dawson Vorderbruegge and Terrance Ellis were the standout performers for Cal State Stanislaus' men's track and field team at the Johnny Mathis Invitational on Saturday.
Vorderbruegge, who garnered All-America recognition last season in the 1,500, won the event with a time of 3 minutes, 50.6 seconds. Ellis finished in 3:51.89. Both eclipsed the NCAA "B" qualifying time of 3:52.
In the pole vault, Caleb Monticalvo improved his NCAA championship qualifying height by winning the event with a height of 16 feet, 1¾ inches. Kyle Maxwell was third (15-1) and Mike Ortega (14-7¼) was fifth.
Josh Uikilifi won the shot put with a throw of 55-0 feet and was fifth in the discus (148-5).
On the women's side, senior Marina Ghabbour ran a provisional qualifying time (4:30.36) in the 1,500-meter nearly five seconds faster than the standard.
In the 800-meter run, Aman Hundal narrowly missed the "B" mark with a time of 2:14.5. The NCAA provisional qualifying time is 2:14.4.
ACADEMY OF ART 8, CSUS 1, at Turlock Davina Meza was the only Warrior to pick up a victory as the women's tennis team fell to Academy of Art Saturday afternoon.
Meza, the Warriors' No. 1 singles player, beat the Urban Knights' Nina Gajdosikova 6-4 in the first set, then dropped the second 5-7. Meza won 10-3 in the super-tiebreaker third set.
WARRIORS SWEPT, at Chico No. 13 Chico State completed a four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association sweep of CSU, Stanislaus (7-24, 4-20 CCAA), Sunday with a 9-5 victory.
The Wildcats (19-5, 12-4 CCAA) had four straight two-out RBI hits in the second inning to take a 5-1 lead.
The Warriors led early, grabbing a 1-0 advantage in the top of the first inning on an RBI groundout by Craig Beevers, bringing home Ross Gonsalves, who led off the game with his third double of the season.
Beevers and Gonsalves would both go 2 for 4, as the Warriors 1-2-3 hitters, including Justin Charles, went a combined 6 for 13 with two doubles, four runs scored and two RBIs.
MODESTO JC 8, AMERICAN RIVER 5, at Sacramento The Pirates got a strong pitching performance from Ty Galloway en route to their fourth consecutive victory. Galloway went eight innings, giving up six hits and two earned runs while fanning five.
Aaron Godinez, who had two wins during the three-game sweep of ARC, came on in the ninth for the save.
Patrick Mulry provided much of the offense for the Pirates (11-9, 4-5 in the Big 8) with a single, double and a bases-loaded triple. He had four RBIs on the day.
MJC SPLITS WITH DVC The Pirates split a doubleheader with Diablo Valley College, taking the first game 10-2 but falling in the second 4-0. In the opener, Micayla Laupua was 2-for-3 with a double, homer and six RBIs, while teammate Jenae Koski was 3-for-4. Modesto is now 7-18 overall and 1-6 in the Big 8.