One week removed from sweeping the first conference meet of the season, the College of the Canyons track & field program participated in the California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) Invitational on Saturday, with the Cougars holding their own against a field that also included student-athletes representing four-year schools.
COC sophomore Kaitlyn Matthews finished first in the high jump after clearing 1.64m to highlight the Cougars' day.
Fellow sophomore Dana Bowers recorded a fourth place distance of 11.52m in the shot put, and also ranked eighth in the javelin at 31.89m.
Ariana Cooper was sixth in the 400h (1:08.55) and 15th in the 100h (16.07).
Eze also took 12th in the 400m at a time of 51.50.
Canyons will next compete at the Oxy Distance Carnival Spring Break Classic hosted by Occidental College on Friday, March 10.