Men's Javelin Throw (Final)
The collegians took the top two spots with Illinois State's Tim Glover winning with a 263-4 throw. Texas A&M's Sam Humphreys was second at 256-3.
Women's Triple Jump (Preliminaries)
Oregon's Lauryn Newson had the best mark of the day by a collegian at 44-4.25. Andrea Geubelle of Kansas also finished the prelim with 44-4.25.
Men's 400 Meter Dash (Semi-Final)
Five collegians advanced to the final led by Florida's Tony McQuay (44.84). USC's Josh Mance (44.99) and Bryshon Nellum (45.16), Penn State's Brady Gehret (45.22), and George Mason's David Verburg (45.31) also advanced.
Day 2 - A&M's Rogers Surprises!
Women's 10000 Meter Run (Final)
Texas A&M's Natosha Rogers (Video interview below) was the surprise runner in this race and of the day. Despite falling, in an early stage of the race, the Aggie runner caught up to the pack and placed second with a new personal-best time of 31:.59.21. Although Rogers didn't meet the Olympic 'A' standard, she still managed to finish in front of a world-class field that included Shalane Flanagan (31:59.69), Lisa Uhl (32:03.46) and Janet Cherobon-Bawcom (32:17.06).
Women's 100 Meter Dash (Preliminaries)
UCF's Octavious Freeman ran an 11.20 to advance from the first round. Recent NCAA champion in Oregon's English Gardner clocked 11.27, to move on with Freeman as well. Freeman's teammate Aurieyall Scott posted an 11.31 to round out the collegians who made it to the next round.
Women's 100 Meter Hurdles (Preliminaries)
Ohio State's Christina Manning comfortably advanced through the first round, posting the second-fastest time of the day at 12.77. Clemson's Brianna Rollins also advanced in 12.88.
Women's 800 Meter Run (Preliminaries)
Oregon's Laura Roesler and BYU's Nachelle Mackie advanced in times of 2:03.11 and 2:03.30. Ashley Miller of Nebraska also qualified at 2:03.34.
Minnesota's David Pachuta led all collegians with an easy 1:47.14. Iowa's Erik Sowinski finished behind Pachuta in 1:47.30. Oregon's Elijah Greer (1:47.42) also moved on to the next round.
Men's 400 Meter Dash (Preliminaries)
Florida's Tony McQuay eased through first round with the third-fastest time of the day at 45.51. USC teammates Bryshon Nellum (45.58) and Joey Hughes (45.64), and Texas Tech's Gil Roberts (45.64) also qualified for the next round.
LSU's Rebecca Alexander posted the fastest time among collegians with 52.30. Kansas' Diamond Dixon and Oregon's Phyllis Francis followed in times of 52.66 and 52.80.
Women's Discus Throw (Preliminaries)
Michigan State's Beth Rohl posted the best mark among collegians with 180-7. Arizona State's Anna Jelmini and Arizona's Baillie Gibson also qualified with marks of 180-7 and 177-2, respectively.
FloTrack interview with Texas A&M's Natosha Rogers
UNLV’s Amanda Bingson going to the London Olympics in the hammer throw
UNLV’s Amanda Bingson is going to the London Olympics after finishing second in the hammer throw at the U.S. Olympic Trials on Thursday in Eugene, Ore. Bingson, a Silverado High School graduate, threw a personal best 71.78 meters at the meet, which would have been a meet record. Continue Reading
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