Chamberlain shines on final day of Bryan Clay

Riley Chamberlain clocks 4:12.39 on Saturday evening for the last day of the Bryan Clay Invitational.

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AZUSA, Calif. -BYU’s  Riley Chamberlain saved the best for last as the sophomore ran the 4:12.39 in the 1,500-meter time on Saturday evening at the Bryan Clay Invitational in Azusa, Calif. 

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Chamberlain has run two of the Top 10 times in the metric mile this season as the native of Loomis, Calif. finished 23rd overall and 10th among collegiate runners in 4:12.39. She is the only runner in tbe program to run under 4:13 twice this season after 4:11.52 earlier this season at the Stanford Invitational. 

Sadie Sargent was one of three other Cougars to compete in the elite section of the women’s 1,500m where the senior ran 4:16.73 to finish 40th. Two days removed from running the seventh-fastest 3,000-meter steeplechase in program history, Taylor Lovell won her heat with a personal best time of 4:18.63. Jacey Farmer also finished 66th running 4:19.90. 

In the open section, BYU had two runners finish in the Top 25 with Maddi Moffitt in 14th, 4:26.28, and Vanessa Alder in 24th, 4:26.73.  Lizzie Dildine and Allie Warner also picked personal bests running 4:29.27 and 4:29.90 respectively. 

On the men’s side, Wyatt Haughton was the only Cougar to compete in the men’s invite 1,500m as the freshman ran 3:43.58 to finish 57th in his first attempt at the event. Carter Cutting had the fastest time of the day in the men’s open 1,500m as the redshirt freshman ran 3:43.93.

BYU is back in action next weekend at the Aggie Invitational in Logan, Utah and Mt. Sac Relays in Walnut, Calif.