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Katie Prchlik, USU Athletics Marketing

LOGAN —Utah State’s Kyle Morris and Brenn Flint have been named the Mountain West Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Field Athletes of the Week, it was announced Wednesday by the conference office.

For Flint, it is her first weekly honor this track season and third of her career, while it is the first accolade for Morris in his career.

Morris, a native of Hillsboro, Oregon, finished first in both the javelin (68.41 meters/224-5) and shot put (18.11 meters /59-5) and is now fourth on the all-time outdoor program list in the javelin and eighth all-time in the shot put. Morris currently sits atop the Mountain West in both the shot put and javelin and is also ninth in both events in the nation.

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Meanwhile, Flint, a senior from Syracuse, Utah, earned the shot put and discus titles as she threw 16.12 meters (52-10.75) in the shot put and 50.38 meters (165-3) in the discus. Flint currently sits atop the Mountain West in both the shot put and discus, as well, as second in the nation in the shot put and 18th in the discus.

The Aggies are back in action on the weekend of March 30, when they compete at the Texas Relays in Austin, Texas, the Mike Fanelli Track Classic in Hayward, California, the Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, California, and the UVU Collegiate Invitational in Orem, Utah.