Track & Field Announces Wave of Winter Recruits

Cal Poly Pomona

POMONA – Head Coach Chris Bradford announced the signing of seven new recruits joining the Cal Poly Pomona men’s and women’s track & field teams, heading into the start of the 2018 season. “I am very excited to bring in each of these quality athletes and people to our program for the 2018 season and beyond. I believe they will come in immediately and fill some needs on our team and help our program reach the goals we have set out for them. Our coaches have done a great job of finding and recruiting quality athletes who fit our standards and I look forward to seeing the great things they will help them accomplish for the Broncos.” 
Bradford begins his first track & field season at the helm with CPP after being appointed in July of last summer and will look to continue to Broncos’ success from last year, making an appearance at the 2017 NCAA National Championships. 2018 Winter Recruiting Class:Giselle Burgos I Junior I Pico Rivera, CA I Cerritos CCPersonal Records: 400-Meter Hurdles – 1:06.96, Heptathlon – 3779 points Burgos was named her team’s most valuable player her final two years of high school while competing at El Rancho High. At Cerritos, she was named most improved performer in the sport of cross country. Coach Sara Macey on Burgos: “I am thrilled to have Giselle be another impact athlete we are able to bring in from Cerritos Community College. While at Cerritos she competed in the heptathlon, 400m hurdles and in her last season ran cross country for the school. I believe Giselle is coming to us with some good attributes that will help our team grow and improve throughout the season.”  Diamond Scott I Junior I Moreno Valley, CA I Riverside CCPersonal Records: Javelin – 35.08m, Heptathlon – 3743 points Scott competed at Vista Del Lago High School before beginning her collegiate career at Riverside Community College. Coach Macey on …

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