Robison Invitational Day Two Results

PROVO -- Erianne Allen, a senior from the University of Utah, won the heptathlon with a score of 5,264 points, a provisional NCAA mark and a new Utah school record in the heptathlon on the second day of the Clarence Robison Invitational.

Allen was followed in the standings by Olympic pole vault gold medalist Stacy Dragila, who finished second with 5,139 points and teammate Kristy Slade with 4,964 points to finish third.

BYU's Jennifer Rockwell, competing in the first heptathlon of her career, finished fifth for the Cougars with 4,537 points.

In the decathlon, Joey Tosta of UC Santa Barbara maintained his lead on the second day, winning with 6,432 points. Two BYU decathletes followed Tosta, with Noah Garfield scoring 6,136 points to edge out teammate Matt Weirich for second. Weirich finished third with 6,131 points.

Final Decathlon Scores

Pl. Name School Points

1. Joey Tosta UC Santa Barbara 6432

2. Noah Garfield BYU 6136

3. Matt Weirich BYU 6131

4. John Pearce UVSC 5526

Final Heptathlon Scores

Pl. Name School Points

1. Erianne Allen Univ. of Utah 5264

2. Stacy Dragila Pocatello Track Club 5139

3. Kristy Slade Univ. of Utah 4964

4. Hillary Merkley Pocatello Track Club 4742

5. Jennifer Rockwell BYU 4537

6. Noelle Pikus Univ. of Utah 4249

7. Krystal Saling Idaho