Last chance meeting with Franson continues tomorrow

AZUSA, California. — The Pepperdine track and field team begins the final day of the Franson Last Chance meet tomorrow at Azusa Pacific University.

The competition will not be streamed live, but live score links can be found on the track and field team schedule page at

After setting six PRs, the Waves look to continue the streak to close out the season.


Tomorrow’s day will kick off with the 200 meters. Kaley Peterson leads all four participants with a time of 24.86 seconds, currently the fourth fastest time in school history. Will Watkins will represent the men, looking to improve on his time of 22.13 seconds, the second fastest in the Waves record book.

The final event of the weekend for the Waves will be the 1,500 meter race. Winter leads the eight women who will run the event with a time of 4:41.92 this year, followed closely by Shrader with a time of 4:45.95. For men, Gordy Nilsen has two of the five best times of the season, his personal best being 3:57.41. Ryan Hemphill will make its season debut in this event.