Sun Devils Close Pac-12 Championships With Men’s 4×400 Title, Six Podium Finishes

Sun Devils Close Pac-12 Championships With Men's 4x400 Title, Six Podium Finishes

BOULDER, Colo. – Sun Devil Track & Field closed the Pac-12 Championships with a title in the Men’s 4×400 relay via Jayden DavisKaleb SimpsonNicholas RameyGamali Felix at 3:01.79, rounding out six podium finishes across three days of action at Potts Field in Boulder.

The winning time, now the ninth-fastest in team history, also clinched the second 4×400 title in as many seasons.

Full results | Sun Devil Track & Field Pac-12 Individual Champions

The Sun Devils showed out on the final day at Potts Field, adding additional podium finishes via Kiara Lee (triple jump), Dayton Carlson (800m), Kaleb Simpson (200m) and Brandon Lloyd (discus). 

The Sun Devils have received a big boost this spring from freshmen standouts like Saira Prince and Jayden Davis, and the two continued their hot rookie seasons at their first conference championships. Prince set a new personal-best in the Women’s 400m hurdles at 56.63, now the fifth-best time in team history, en route to a fourth-place finish.

Davis took fifth in the Men’s 400m at 45.49, earning a new personal-best time himself. Both local products out of Gilbert, Arizona, the two are cementing their legacies in the opening acts of their collegiate careers.

Primarily a sprinter prior to this season, the versatile Robinson-Jones entered the weekend outside of the top-40 in the conference in the Women’s long jump, but her personal-best mark of 5.83m on Friday earned her a remarkable top-10 finish in Boulder. Robinson-Jones qualified for another final in Sunday’s triple jump, using a 12.64m effort to place fourth overall.

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