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MPSF Athletics | March 2, 2014

California takes men's MPSF conference title, setting two records

SEATTLE -- California set two records as it won the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) title on Saturday. Highlighting California performance were victories from Hammed Suleman's long jump at 24'-6.50," and Jordan Locklear's mile run (4:04.03) for 20 Golden Bear points towards the title.

MPSF championship records were achieved in two events this year, both on the men's side. Arizona's Lawi Lalang in the 5,000-meter (13:41.58) and John Cabral of Oregon in the 60-meter hurdles, who tied last year's record-setting time (7.68).

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