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Utah Valley campus briefs

Published: Sunday, April 24 2011 1:08 a.m. MDT

TRACK & FIELD: At Provo, despite rain and cold temperatures, UVU set four school records at the Clarence Robison BYU Invitational Saturday.

Tiera Zaugg-Hansen, the reigning Great West Conference Athlete of the week who set a pair of school records last week in California, set a new school standard in the heptathlon with 4,854 points with a second-place finish, while Tim Rowberry set a new school record in the mile at 4 minutes, 10.91 seconds, Becky Reeves in the women's hammer throw at 177 feet, 03=C2=BD inches, which was good for second place, and the 4 x 100m relay team consisting of Olivia Kyere-Boateng, Elydia Farwell, Zandrea Nelson and Anna Yeboah (46.04), which also finished second, set a new school record.

"We went with a limited squad and we didn't know what was going to happen, but we had some nice performances," UVU track and field coach Scott Houle said. "Everyone responded well after our three-day meet in California."

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