SAN FRANCSICO – Menlo College Track & Field sent three competitors to the West Coast Last Chance Open, hosted by SF State, on Saturday. Elijah Redding-Moment hit a PR in the long jump and came just short of hitting an NAIA qualifying standard in the long jump while Jonnythan Munkholm and Megan Thompson rounded out the Oaks' competitors looking to extend their season with a trip to the NAIA National Championship.
Redding-Moment hit a personal best mark and came just short of hitting an NAIA A Standard in the long jump. His jump of 7.01 meters put him in second place on the day. He also competed in the triple jump where he finished in fourth place with a mark of 13.33 meters.
Jonnythan Munkholm competed in both the triple jump and the high jump on Saturday, placing second in the triple jump (13.94) and first in the high jump (1.90). Munkholm has already qualified for both the triple jump and the high jump and will head to the NAIA National Championship meet in Gulf Shores, Ala. on May 25.
The only other Oak to compete on Saturday was women's distance runner Megan Thompson. Thompson was battling illness but managed to finish in sixth place with a time of 2:26.08.