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May 11, 2024
Schnayer Snatches State Shot Title from Defending Champ; Volkmer 8th in 3200m

For the 1st time in school history, Campolindo track & field came away from the California State Meet with a pair of medalists and an individual event champion.

Hosted once again in Buchanan High School's Veterans Memorial Stadium, the greatest high school track meet in the country saw sensational efforts from 6 Cougar competitors, including a come-from-behind victory in the shot put finals from Pinkie Schnayer (24).

The state-leading senior fell behind in the 5th round following an explosive 46-8.75 heave from defending champion Aja Johnson of Notre Dame. It was only the 2nd mark in the competition over 46 feet, moving her 7.5 inches ahead Schnayer's previous toss and into the lead.

The Campolindo fans were collectively perturbed when the mark was announced. Schnayer immediately recalled her only defeat of the season, which happened 6 weeks earlier in the same venue facing the same opponent. After a brief pause to collect herself, Schnayer settled into her stance, spun across the ring, and launched the winner: 47 feet, 3.75 inches.

The distance would not be challenged through the final round and Schnayer subsequently stepped atop the podium as the state champion, the 1st in school history.

Shortly thereafter, the girls' 4x800 relay squad posted another record-board worthy mark thanks to an outstanding 2:18.6 lead-off leg from Kate Kabenina (24) and a 2:14.6 3rd leg from Claire Andrzejek (26).

The nigh was capped with a 3200m race for the ages. While East Lake's Jaelyn Willaims set a ferocious sub-10 pace at the lead, Shea Volkmer (24) clung to a chase pack that flew through the 1st mile in 5:01. The distance standout then held on to finish 8th, nearly equaling her season best in 10:20.57.

Check out CIF State Championship results HERE!

May 11, 2024
Schnayer Sweeps MOC Throwing Titles; Volkmer Advances to State in 3 Events

Campolindo's heavy hitters headlined the North Coast Section Meet of Champions at Dublin High School on Friday and Saturday, May 17-18. While Pinkie Schnayer (24) picked up the Cougars' 1st state qualification by winning the discus with a winning mark of 128-4, Shea Volkmer (24) anchored the school-record setting 4x800 relay to its own state meet berth.

The record relay performance included gutsy legs from Kiona McCasland (27) and Claire Andrzejek (26), who kept the squad stride for stride with the leaders. While Volkmer finished a step behind Granada's anchor runner, the finishing time of 9:10.53 eclipsed the previous school record by 16 seconds and ranks #5 in the state.

The senior duo returned on Saturday to advance in additional events. Schnayer was victorious in the shot put while Volkmer ran away with the 1600m title before wrapping up her weekend with a runner-up finish in the 3200m.

Other Campolindo highlights included a career best for Aislinn Comerford (25) in the shot put. The junior landed a toss of 34 feet and 10 inches to finish 7th. In the 3200m, Kate Kabenina (24) just missed the state championships with a 4th-place finish in 10:53.00.

The top finish for the boys' squad came from sophomore Malik Li (26), who cleared 12-6 in the vault to claim 9th place.

Check out NCS Meet of Championship results HERE!

May 11, 2024
Tringe Shocks Hurdle Field with All-Time List Performance at Area Championships

Having set a significant career best the previous week to gain an unexpected advancement to the NCS Tri-Valley Area Championships, Laurel Tringe (24) surprised yet again by chopping another full second off her hurdle PR to finish 7th in warm conditions at Pittsburg High School. Her 16.46 mark was good enough to earn a spot in next weekend's NCS Meet of Champions and leapfrogged the senior over some of Campolindo's all-time greats. She is now the #8 performer in school history.

Check out results from the NCS Tri-Valley Area Championships HERE!

May 4, 2024
Section Leaders Shine after Rain Delays Finals; Girls Claim League Championships

With each posting section-leading performances at Saturday's DAL Championship Finals, Pinkie Schnayer (24) and Shea Volkmer (24) led their varsity girls' squad to a 3rd-consecutive league title.

Check out the DAL Championship Finals results HERE.

April 27, 2024
134-11 Toss inches Schnayer closer to Discus Record as Throwers Advance 6

While running events were all preliminary rounds at Saturday's DAL Championship Trials, contested field events determined advancers to the NCS Tri-Valley Area Championships. Hosted in Bob Wilson Stadium, the April 27 meet saw impressive depth from the Cougar throwers, who advanced 4 girls in the discus and 2 boys in the shot put.

Check out DAL Championship Trials results HERE!

April 17, 2024
Vaulters Soar onto Record Lists with New PRs; Schnayer Claims State Shot Put Lead

The final regular-season competition for the Cougars against the visiting Dons of Acalanes provided an opportunity for several athletes to land marks all-time lists, including 3 members of the pole vault crew. Both Delaney Joyce (24) and Sierra Worster (26) flew over 9 feet, 6 inches, finished 1st and 2nd in the event, respectively. The boys' vault competition was won by Malik Li (26), who crested 13 feet.

Check out results from the DAL dual v. Acalanes HERE.

April 13, 2024
Li Vaults aboard All-Time List with 12-9 Clearance; Senior Distance Stars Shine before Storm Wrecks West Coast Relays

Malik Li (26) wrapped up his pole vault competition at Buchanan High School's Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis with a 6-inch improvement, earning the sophomore a spot on Campolindo's all-time record list at 12 feet, 9 inches. Fortunately, the event concluded just moments before dark clouds billowed in from the west, bringing intense wind and steadily increasing rain to Saturday's West Coast Relays.

Check out results and pictures from the 2024 West Coast Relays HERE.

March 29-30, 2024
Girls' DMR Dominates Stanford Field with Nation-Leading Time; Volkmer Splits 4:45

While a steady downpour kept an unusually sparse crowd of onlookers huddled under umbrellas or in the imperfect shelter of oaks along the backstretch, the Campolindo girls' distance medley relay squad toed the line at the Stanford Invitational on Friday afternoon with high expectations.

Check out pictures and results from the Stanford Invitational HERE!

March 27, 2024
Knights Slay Chances for Perfect Season; Worster Adds 3 Inches in Vault Victory

The drizzle during Wednesday's DAL dual meet at Las Lomas was a fitting backdrop as the Cougars' chances for a perfect league season fizzled. Strong performances from the hosts along with unfortunate miscues and missed opportunities by the visitors conspired to hand Campolindo 3 close losses and a tie.

Check out results from the DAL Dual v. Las Lomas HERE!

March 23, 2024
Schnayer Lands Shot Put Title in Cold, Rainy Conditions with 2nd Toss over 45

The #2 shot put mark in the state was increased by a half inch as Pinkie Schnayer (24) shrugged off a slick ring and cold temperatures to heave the iron to 45-7.5 at the Bay Area Relays hosted by Foothill High School on Saturday, March 23.

Check out all of the Cougars' marks from the popular invitational HERE!

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HSU Distance Running Camp: This legendary week-long summer workshop is hosted on the Humboldt State University campus and provides an opportunity for athletes to learn from some of the top coaches and elite athletes in the sport today, all while enjoying the most spectacularly beautiful running trails in the world. The 2024 edition is set for July 14 through 19.

 


As part of our committment to educate and empower student-athletes to create positive change on matters of race and equality, we engage in instructional activities developed by Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality. Featured topics include identity, privilege, and racism.



Cougar Track & Field stands in solidarity with BLM against racial injustice. We are committed to equity work on our campus and in our community. Our athletes and coaches are actively engaged in these efforts both through regular team discussions, presentations and service projects, and in collaboration with Positive Coaching Alliance educational workshops and the campus-wide Diversity & Inclusion project.



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