The distance runners will make an appearance at the Mt. SAC relays, the throwers will participate in the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate, and the sprinters will be at the Bryan Clay Invitational
Pertusati came away with two first place titles in both the men's hammer throw and the men's shot put
The Aggies will start the first day of the event with the hammer throw on Friday afternoon, while the remaining field and track events will take place on Saturday
Three of the seven top-five finishes were second place titles
Meanwhile, an Aggie squad of four will be at the Chico State Distance Carnival & Twilight meet
|Pole Vault||4.98m||Causeway Classic||05-02-14|
2014: Competed seven times in the pole vault, clearing season-best 4.98m (16-4) while winning the event at the Causeway Classic Dual... Also went over 16 feet with 16-0.75 during fifth-place performance at Big West Championships... Did it earlier as well while taking second at Mt. SAC Relays... Won pole vault at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival and Stanford Invitational.
SAINT FRANCIS HS '13: Standout pole vaulter who won trio of West Catholic Athletic League titles and two CIF-Central Coast Section championships... Took sixth at state championships during his senior season and was ranked fifth in the state with a PR of 16-1... Was section runner-up as a sophomore... Twice named Vertical Jumper of the Year.
PERSONAL: Born in Mountain View, Calif... Majoring in managerial economics.. Parents are Steve and Maider Toney... Father was a pole vaulter at Cal Poly... Best advice for pole vaulter is "If you're scared to do it at this point, you should quit now"... Would like to see more attempts added to his event.