(Allendale, Mich.) Though the Indoor Track & Field season is still young, the Cornerstone men displayed their fitness, setting five personal bests at the Grand Valley State Bob Eubanks Open
Jared Courtright sliced eleven seconds of his previous best in the mile clocking 4:24.18. With that time, the sophomore from Wyoming moves to fifth on the CU all-time list, knocking his brother-in-law, Juraj Zahatnansky out of the top ten.
Hurdlers Adam Duerksen and Jim VanOss advanced to the finals by running PR's in the prelims. Duerksen clocked 8.86 and VanOss 9.09. Jim took 11th in the finals with 9.19 and Adam was 15th in 9.52.
Duerksen doubled up on personal bests lowering his 400 meter time to 52.23 placing 24th. John Klump was two spots back, also with a PR 52.44.
The top Cornerstone finisher of the evening was Zach Yeo's fifth place in the 400 meters with a time of 49.92.
Klumpp, Duerksen and Yeo were joined by Spenser Perry in the 4 x 400 meter relay. The men took second in their heat in 3:27.22, which was good for seventh out of twenty-one teams.