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WSU's Felix second at 13-6, UH's Kozaki clears 12-6 at MPSF indoor track meet
March 2, 2014 - Robert Collias
Pole vaulters Kristine Felix of Washington State and Amber Kozaki of Hawaii — both former state champions and teammates for Baldwin High School — met up in Seattle over the weekend at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation indoor track and field meet in Seattle, the conference championship for the schools in the west that compete in the somewhat obscure sport.
Felix finished second at 13-feet-5 3/4 — she lost the title on the most-misses tiebreaker — while Kozaki went 12-6 and did not score. Felix is a sophomore and the defending Pac-12 outdoor champion, while Kozaki was still preparing for her senior track season as a Bear year ago when she set the state record at 13-0.
Here is a link to the results. There are two flights in the women's pole vault about a third of the way down the list on that link.
The NCAA indoor championship meet is March 14-15 in Albuquerque, N.M.
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