SEATTLE, Wash. -- In the final qualifier for Seattle Pacific's indoor track season, the Lewis & Clark Pioneers had three track athletes compete and place in the top five. Hosted at the Dempsey Indoor Facility, the meet was hosted by the Falcons on Saturday.
Alaina King placed second in the 400 meter dash, posting a time of 57.63. She was just under a second behind the first place finisher from Central Washington.
Bryce Johnson finished fourth in the men's 400 meter dash, crossing the finish line at 50.74 seconds. The top runner, from Western Oregon, ran a 49.50 400.
Nicole Godbout ran the women's 60 meter dash in 8.29, grabbing third. She was unable to beat her prelim time of 8.18. She also finished in the women's 200 meter dash, placing second. She posted a time of 26.76, less than a second behind the top place finisher from Washington.Track and field has their next event this coming weekend, as select athletes compete in the Ed Boitano Invitational in Tacoma, Wash. at 11 a.m.