Ducks Wrap Up NCAA Championships with Several All-America Honors

June 4, 2000

DURHAM, N.C. - The University of Oregon men's and women's track and field teams turned in one of their best performances at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in recent memory, as six of the seven Duck qualifiers were named All-Americans and five scored with top-eight finishes in their respective finals. In the team races, the Duck men and women both scored five points, with the men tying for 44th and the women tying for 45th.

On the men's side, sophomore Jason Boness waited out a 1 1/2 hour thunderstorm delay to finish seventh in the high jump (7-2 1/4) for his second All-American honor and first for the Ducks. In the decathlon, another sophomore, Santiago Lorenzo, climbed from seventh to fifth in the final standings with a strong effort in the 1,500 and tallied a final score of 7,543 points. Making his last collegiate appearance, senior Steve Fein missed qualifying for the final of the 1,500 meters by one place and .19 seconds (seventh-heat, 3:45.63), but still earned his second All-America outdoors for the Ducks and fourth on the track since he ranked among the event's top eight American finishers (five of the 12 advancing to the finals were foreigners).

On the women's side, freshman Mary Etter opened action for the Ducks with an eight-place finish in the discus (166-11), halving her pre-meet seeding of 16th. The Everett, Wash., native stepped up when it mattered the most, climbing from 10th to third in her flight on her last qualifying throw to advance to the final. Also in the throws, junior Karis Howell added her second All-America honor in the javelin, and her first scoring appearance with her seventh-place finish and season best (168-1). In the 1,500, senior Katie Crabb ran a tactically-smart effort in the 1,500 to finish seventh (4:19.30) for her first All-American honor in her second trip. In the pole vault, sophomore Niki Reed made her third NCAA appearance and second outdoors (13th, 12-9 1/2) but fell short of a third All-America honor.

(Individual Daily Releases & Complete Results Follow.)



For Immediate Release
June 3, 2000

Oregon Track Teams Net Quartet of All-America Honors

DURHAM, N.C. -- The University of Oregon men's and women's track and field weathered a stormy final day, literally that is, at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Saturday, as all four Duck competitors came away with All-America honors for their efforts.

On the men's side, sophomore Jason Boness was dealt the day's most difficult conditions as the high jump was postponed for more than an hour after his clearance at 7-0 1/2 because of nearby lightning and thunder. The event's 22 jumpers also had to contend with other impromptu schedule changes when the decathlon javelin ran long on the nearby apron.

'There was too much drama out there tonight,' Boness said. 'I was disappointed with the final height, but since we were out there for more than three hours, it wasn't an easy evening for any of us. Myself, I had to warm-up and warm-down three times, so I guess I have to be partially happy to at least be an All-American.'

Once the storm delay was over, jumpers warmed up again for 20 minutes to before continuing at the next height of 7-2 1/4. The Casper, Wyo., native cleared his second try in what proved to be his finishing height, tying for seventh place with Tennessee's Tim Bell and SMU's Mustapha Raifak. Regardless of the mark, Boness's placing marked the highest Duck finish in the event since Chris Nelson tied for fourth (7-2 1/2) in Eugene in 1996.

'I probably peaked when I made 7-2 1/2,' Boness said. 'When I went higher, I had problems with my plant foot, and matching my speed to my technique. It seemed like once I seemed to fix one thing, something else went wrong. All in all, I did the best I could with the conditions, and no matter how hard you try to ignore them, they still effect you.'

For Boness, the dramatic finish proved fitting for a similar type of year. After transferring last winter from Northern Iowa with his former coach Bill Lawson, Boness underwent a knee scope in January, before picking up speed in March and April. In May he cleared 7-3 or better three times in a row, including his Pac-10 winning height of 7-5 which reset the school record.

'There were a lot of things to contend with that could have set me back this season,' Boness said, 'but I was fairly able to keep them under control, which is something to be happy about. Now I can look forward to the Olympic Trials and shoot higher.'

Overall in the high jump, Texas's Mark Boswell won his second straight title with a clearance on his final try at 7-7, beating Florida's David Furman (second, 7-4 1/2).

In the decathlon, another sophomore, Santiago Lorenzo, also relied on a strong finish to reap his first All-America honor for his NCAA debut for the Ducks. The Buenos Aires, Argentina, improved from seventh to fifth place after the final event (the 1,500 meters, 4:30.11), and totaled a final score of 7,543 points. It was the first Duck honor in the event since 1996 when Ray Livingston took fourth with 7,660 points.

'To be honest, my individual events weren't very strong except for the 1,500,' Lorenzo said, 'so I did my best to just compete and maximize my place. With all the great competitors my place and score kept fluctuating so it was hard knowing where I really was during the competition. Mainly, I waited until the last event and went after it the best I could in the 1,500. That's my fastest time in the 1,500 in almost four years so it's a fitting way to end the day.'

Lorenzo's second-day marks also included marks of 187-9 in the javelin, 14-9 in the pole vault, 129-10 in the discus and 15.26 in the 110 hurdles. Saturday's finish -- Oregon's ninth All-America honor in the event -- proved a fitting finale to a season that also featured Pac-10 runner-up honors and sixth-place on the Duck all-time list.

'I have to give so much credit to Coach Lawson,' Lorenzo said. 'He is such a great motivator, and especially today. When things weren't going right, he knew exactly what to say to keep me in it. I'm so happy to be able to do well at my first NCAA Championships and score for the team. Thinking back, time has flown by so fast since January when we really started to focus in on the NCAA meet, and it's rewarding to be able to follow-up on those goals.'

Overall in the decathlon, California's Bevan Hart improved from third place to win the event (8,002 points) and notch his first Olympic Trials qualifying mark, while missing the Bruin school record by five points. LSU's Claston Bernard, the first-day leader, finished second with 7,806 points.

On the women's side, the Ducks started the morning off strong as junior Karis Howell added her second All-America honor in the javelin, and her first scoring appearance with her seventh-place finish (168-1). Howell's honor also marked the Ducks 17th All-America honor in the event since 1981 -- a group that also includes four national champions.

The Vancouver, Wash., native not only turned in her best throw of the year but also her best series, which also included opening marks of 161-0 and 160-0, followed by a foul, and throws of 141-2, 168-1 and 150-5. 'I came out today relaxed and ready to throw,' Howell said, 'and getting the two 160 throws off the bat was all the difference. The last few weeks my confidence had been really shaken, but today it was fun again.'

For Howell, Saturday's success put a positive finish to her first collegiate campaign since shoulder surgery in July 1998. Two weeks ago, Howell had another obstacle to overcome, a disappointing seventh-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships and season low mark of 139-6. But after Saturday in Durham, Howell quickly revived a solid season that included five wins and four meets above the 160-foot mark -- all off limited practice because of limited shoulder strength.

'Today my arm felt pretty good,' Howell said. 'When my technique is on, it hurts a lot less so I tried to concentrate on throwing through the point and keeping my tip up. Two weeks ago, I met with our doctor, and he basically said my arm wasn't going to fall off, so Sally (Harmon, assistant coach) and I went after it in training. We decided that at this point we couldn't protect my shoulder anymore. It needed to be tested, and there was nothing to lose.'

Overall in the event, UTEP's Angeliki Tsioulakoud won the 20-athlete competition with a throw of 197-8 -- more than 16 feet ahead of runner-up Emily Carlsten of Florida (182-1).

The UO women's squad also turned to another specialty, the 1,500 meters, for its sixth and final All-America honor of the meet. Senior Katie Crabb ran a tactically-smart effort in the metric mile to clock a half-second personal best of 4:19.30 to take seventh overall.

'When I first arrived at Oregon, my dream was to be an All-American,' Crabb said. 'Both, tonight and during this season I took it step by step to try and meet that goal -- first it was to qualify, then make the NCAA final, then be an All-American. One of the biggest differences was I had a stronger foundation of strength and waited until later in the season to work on my speed. I think it showed since I peaked when I needed to at Mt. SAC to get my qualify time, and again today when it mattered the most.'

Crabb's effort was her second at the NCAA level after competing in the NCAA Championships qualifying round in the same event in 1998, and also marked Oregon's ninth All-America honor since 1981.

'This time around I came in here much more relaxed and focused,' Crabb said. 'I believed I belonged here and was ready to respond to the challenges. In the preliminary I wasn't afraid to lead if I needed to because we were in the first heat and it had to be fast. Tonight I preferred to stay back a few places and work off the others, which helped since the wind picked up and would have taken more out of me.'

Overall in the 1,500, BYU's Susan Taylor pulled out an upset win (4:13.03) to best former NCAA champ Carmen Douma of Villanova (second, 4:16.09). The Pac-10 Conference claimed four All-America honorees in the top eight with USC's Anna Lopaicuch (third, 4:16.75), Stanford's Lauren Fleshman (fifth, 4:19.13), Crabb (seventh, 4:19.30) and Arizona State's Lisa Aguilera (eighth, 4:21.07).

In the team races, the Duck men and women finished 44th and 45th respectively, with five points each. Stanford won its first men's title in 66 years with its 72-point tally to edge Arkansas (59), and the LSU women returned to the victory stand with 58 points, outdistancing runner-up USC (54).

Final Results
NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Wallace Wade Stadium
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
Saturday, June 3, 2000

Women's Team Scores - 1, USC, 58. 2, USC, 54. 3, UCLA, 47. 4, BYU, 46. 5, Texas, 39. 6, South Carolina, 36. 6, Arkansas, 36. 8, Houston, 26. 8, Colorado, 26. 8, Nebraska, 26. 11, Kansas State, 22. 12, SMU, 20. 13, Alabama, 16. 13, Syracuse, 16. 15, Baylor, 14. 15, UTEP, 14. 15, Villanova, 14. 45, Oregon, 5.

1,500 - 1, Susan Taylor, BYU, 4:13.03. 2, Carmen Douman, Villanova, 4:16.09. 3, Anna Lopaciuch, USC, 4:16.75. 4, Shaquandra Roberson, Rice, 4:17.27. 5, Lauren Fleshman, Stanford, 4:17.76. 6, Stephanie Pesch, Wisconsin, 4:19.13. 7, Katie Crabb, Oregon, 4:19.30. 8, Lisa Aguilera, Arizona State, 4:20.67. 9, Hanne Lyngstad, Tulane, 4:21.01. 10, Jill Snyder, Wake Forest, 4:23.85. 11, Emily Furia, William & Mary, 4:24.55. 12, Erin Sims, Texas, 4:28.27.

Javelin - 1, Angeliki Tsiolakoud, UTEP, 197-8. 2, Emily Carlsten, Florida, 182-1. 3, Katy Doyle, Texas A&M, 171-11. 4, Beth Oruba, Kent State, 171-3. 5, Kim Kreiner, Kent State, 168-11. 6, Cassi Morelock, Nebraska, 168-7. 7, Karis Howell, Oregon, 168-1. 8, Candy Mitchell, South Carolina, 166-11. 9, Irina Kharun, Indiana, 161-11. 10, Molly Monroe, Washington State, 160-4. 11, Andrea Bulat, Kansas, 157-10. 12, Nicole Chimko, Minnesota, 157-3. 13, Serene Ross, Purdue, 156-6. 14, Brianne Johnson, Penn State, 155-0. 15, Lynlee Phillips, Michigan State, 148-10. 16, Regina roe, Northwestern State, 148-5. 17, Carrie Karabinos, Penn State, 147-11. 18, Samantha Chesson, McNeese State, 147-8. 19, Inge Jorgensen, Virginia, 139-8. 20, Jorah Roylance, Wyoming, 136-10.

Men's Team Scores - 1, Stanford, 72. 2, Arkansas, 59. 3, Auburn, 51. 4, Florida, 50. 5. LSU, 36. 6, arizona, 26. 7, USC, 25. 7, Alabama, 25. 9, Baylor, 24. 10, Clemson, 21. 11, South Carolina, 20. 11, TCU, 20. 13, SMU, 19. 14, Texas, 18. 15, Tennessee, 17. 44, Oregon 5.

High Jump - 1, Mark Boswell, Texas, 7-7. 2, David Furman, Florida, 7-4 1/2. 3, Kenny Evans, Arkansas, 7-4 1/2. 4, Lavar Miller, Arkansas, 7-3 1/4. 5, Adam Shunk, Ball State, 7-2 1/4. 5, Shaun Guice, Purdue, 7-2 1/4. 7, Jason Boness, Oregon, 7-2 1/4. 7, Tim Bell, Tennessee, 7-2 1/4. 7, Mustapha Raifak, SMU, 7-2 1/4. 10, Jeff Mueller, Houston, 7-0 1/2. 11, Charles Clinger, Weber State, 7-0 1/2. 11, Dave Hoffman, Utah State, 7-0 1/2. 11, Joey Brunkhorst, Iowa State, 7-0 1/2. 11, Rod Newton, Mississippi State, 7-0 1/2. 15, Nick Decker, Houston, 7-0 1/2. 16, Shaun Kologinczak, Nebraska, 6-11. NH-Marc Chenn, BYU. NH-Ryan Fitzpatric, Purdue. NH-Ronald Nelson, Prairie View A&M. NH-Adrian Shears, Norfolk State. NH-William Montgomery, North Carolina Charlotte. NH-Jermichael Watta, North Carolina A&T.

Decathlon - 1, Bevan Hart, California, 8,002. 2, Claston Bernard, LSU, 7,806. 3, Boris Kawohl, Tennessee, 7,788. 4, Stephen Harris, Tennessee, 7,651. 5, Santiago Lorenzo, Oregon, 7,543. 6, Curtis Pugsley, BYU, 7,531. 7, Jacob Predmore, Washington, 7,426. 8, Jason Wilson, Southern Mississippi, 7,310. 9, Aaron Moser, Miami, 7,273. 10, Scott Wenholz, Fresno State, 7,235. 11, Josh Jones, Liberty, 7,222. 12, Andy Giesler, Clemson, 7,219. 13, Andy Morris, Kansas, 7,172. 14, Pat Buckheit, Tennessee, 7,022. 15, Espen Strindeberg, Missouri, 6,927. 16, Nic McGhie, Boise State, 6,696. 17,l Aaron Smith, Texas A&M, 6,334.

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For Immediate Release
June 2, 2000

Santiago and Reed Compete at NCAA Championships Third Day

DURHAM, N.C. -- In third day action at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, a pair of University of Oregon track and field athletes continued to bring their collegiate season to a close at Duke's Wallace Wade Stadium.

On the men's side, sophomore decathlete Santiago Lorenzo stayed on scoring pace with a five-event, first-day tally of 3,869 points, ranked him seventh overall among the day's 17 first-day finishers.

The Buenos Aires, Argentina native collected two personal bests Friday with his 48.16 clocking in the 400 meters -- second among the 17 first-day finishers -- and a 45-0 1/4 heave in the shot put which ranked fifth overall. His other Friday marks included 22-9 1/4 in the long jump, 6-0 1/2 in the high jump and 11.29 in the 100.

'I finished the day on a high note in the 400 so I'm really looking forward to tomorrow,' Lorenzo said. 'I was OK in two events (100, long jump), pretty good in two events (shot put, 400), but I was off in the high jump. It was key that I could pull it together on the last throw. I was off in the warm-ups and was still tense on my first two throws, so I just tried to relax and focus even more. That last one came off right and got me going again.'

The Pac-10 runner-up from two weeks before registered his second-best first-day total of the year, trailing only his Texas Relays' halfway total (3,954 points), and one point ahead of his conference meet score (3,868).

More importantly, Lorenzo didn't let the hot and humid weather conditions -- 92 degrees, and 45 percent humidity and hour before the first event -- effect him as they worsened through much of the six-hour workday. 'I've never had to compete in conditions so bad,' Lorenzo said. 'The sweat was pouring off me all day. All I could do was to try and keep stretching and stay loose.'

Lorenzo was one of three Pac-10 representatives in the top eight that also included California's Bevan Hart (third, 4,035) and Washington's Jacob Predmore (sixth, 3,880). LSU's Claston Bernard leads the field with 4,222 points thanks to marks of 10.98 in the 100, 50-0 3/4 in the shot put, 6-11 in the high jump and 48.22 in the 400. Tennessee's Stephen Harris trails in second place with 4,153 points.

'He's ahead of his Pac-10 pace, and except for the high jump he had a really good day,' Oregon decathlete coach Bill Lawson said. 'Now he needs to come out with more momentum tomorrow and be ready to finish it off.'

On the women's side, sophomore Niki Reed was unable to tap a standout pole vault field which featured 11 above the 13-foot mark and a new NCAA Championships record.

After almost a two-hour wait after the 6:00 p.m. event start, the Newport, Ore., native opened at 12-9 1/2 (3.90 meters) and cleared the bar on her second attempt. At the next height, however, she missed all three tries at 13-1 1/2 (4.00 meters) to finish 13th overall in the 21-woman field, after entering the meet seeded seventh.

'It was a disappointing way to end the season,' Reed said, 'but I did the best I could. At my last height I had two bad attempts and a third that was OK, but I needed a bigger pole. At the opening height of 12-9 1/2, I blew through my pole on the first try. On my second one that I made, I hit my lines and rocked back well.'

Reed had been slowed at recent appearances at the Oregon Twilight and Pac-10 Championships by a plycha (an extra piece of cartilage) in her knee that limited her ability to bend or straighten her leg. 'The knee could have better, but it didn't effect me as much today,' Reed said. 'Actually my training has been better the past two weeks, but during the month prior it was noticeably effected.'

The two-time All-American capped the collegiate schedule with her third NCAA appearance and second on the outdoor circuit, although her season still isn't over. She's already qualified for July's Olympic Trials with her indoor and outdoor personal bests of 13-5 1/4, and will compete at the Sacramento-hosted meet, Friday, July 21.

'The next big thing is final exams next week,' Reed said, 'and then we'll practice for Sacramento. Looking back, I started off with a pretty good indoor season, and things were still going well early outdoors. Then the knee slowed me down, but you can't worry about that. You still have to go out and compete the best you can.'

Overall in the event, UCLA's Tracy O'Hara upped the NCAA Outdoor Championships meet record by a full foot with her winning height of 14-5 1/4. Kansas State's Erin Anderson followed in second place (13-9 1/4) and Duke's Jillian Schwartz took third (13-5 1/4).

In the team races, UCLA's women leads the women's team field with 44 points, ahead of BYU (second, 31) and Arkansas (third, 29). On the men's side, Stanford stands first with 36 points and one day remaining, ahead of LSU (second, 28) and Arizona (third, 26).

For the Ducks, Saturday will prove the busiest day of the four-day meet with a pair of All-Americans, junior Karis Howell and sophomore Jason Boness, competing in the javelin and high jump, respectively, while Santiago Lorenzo and Katie Crabb return to action in the decathlon and women's 1,500 final, respectively.

Final Results
NCAA Championships - Day Three
Wallace Wade Stadium
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
Friday, June 2, 2000

Pole Vault - 1, Tracy O'Hara, UCLA, 14-5 1/4. 2, Erin Anderson, Kansas State, 13-9 1/4. 3, Jillian Schwartz, Duke, 13-5 1/4. 4, Shae Bair, Ujtah State, 13-5 1/4. 5, Dena Dial, Oral Roberts, 13-1 1/2. 6, Andrea Neary, Arizona, 13-1 1/2. 7, Rhian Clarke, Houston, 13-1 1/2. 8, Maria Lopez, California, 13-1 1/2. 9, Andrea Wildrick, Liberty, 13-1 1/2. 9, Andrea Branson, Kansas, 13-1 1/2. 11, Jennifer Ashcroft, Nevada, 13-1 1/2. 12, Heather Sickler, UCLA, 12-9 1/2. 13, Niki Reed, Oregon, 12-9 1/2. 14, Becky Jackson, BYU, 12-3 1/2. 15, Erica Hoernig, UCLA, 12-3 1/2. 16, Sandy Erickson, Washington, 12-3 1/2. 17, Kathleen Donoghue, Stanford, 12-3 1/2. 19, Suzanne Krings, Montana, 12-3 1/2. 20, Ebbie Metzinger, Purdue, 11-9 3/4. 21, Brooke Lankard, Fresno State, 11-9 3/4.

Decathlon - 1, Claston Bernard, LSU, 4,222. 2, Stephen Harris, Tennessee, 4,153. 3, Bevan Hart, California, 4,035. 4, Curtis Pugsley, BYU, 3,972. 5, Aaron Moser, Miami, 3,892. 6, Jacob Predmore, Washington, 3,880. 7, Santiago Lorenzo, Oregon, 3,869. 8, Boris Kawohl, Tennessee, 3,854. 9, Jason Wilson, Southern Mississippi, 3,833. 10, Andy Morris, Kansas, 3,823. 11, Aaron Smith, Texas A&M, 3,776. 12, Josh Jones, Liberty, 3,734. 13, Scott Wenholz, Fresno State, 3,719. 14, Andy Giesler, Clemson, 3,706. 15, Pat Buckheit, 3,689. 16, Nic McGhie, Boise State, 3,576. 17, Espen Strindeberg, Missouri, 3,493. 18, Daniel Haag, USC, 2840 (4 events).

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For Immediate Release
June 1, 2000

Etters Opens NCAA Track Finale with All-America Honors

DURHAM, N.C. -- She earned the Ducks' first All-America honor of the 2000 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships ... claimed the team's first top-eight NCAA discus honor in 15 years ... and also ranked as the top freshman nationally Thursday. But after it was all done, Oregon's Mary Etter was more concerned with what she didn't accomplish.

On top of it all, the Everett, Wash., native halved her pre-meet seeding of 16th by finishing eighth Thursday in her NCAA debut with a throw of 166-11. Her NCAA final mark also stood as her third-best of the year and came on the heels of a third-place Pac-10 finish two weeks earlier.

'Place-wise I did OK,' Etter said, 'but I was a little disappointed with the distance because I was shooting for an Olympic Trials mark of 175-6. Of course not many people had personal bests either today, so I can't be too upset. I was happy that even though I was a freshman I came relaxed and focused, and was able to score for the team.'

Etter's throw stood out even more after a rocky start. After a throw in the 130-foot range on her first attempt and a foul on her second, Etter stood last of the first flight's 10 entrants with one preliminary throw remaining. But her third and subsequent best of the day moved up her up to third at flight's end and advanced into the nine-woman final.

'After those first throws, I told myself that this was it and I couldn't screw up again,' Etter said. 'The throw actually didn't feel very good -- I felt really slow in the motion, and it didn't come off feeling very good. I think part of the difference was that I was really strong and rested coming in. In the finals, I still had so much left, so I still have some more meets to look forward to in the next month and maybe get the Trials mark there.'

The Pac-10 also claimed the top spot on the medal stand courtesy of UCLA's Seilala Sua (200-9) who won her fourth straight NCAA title, more than 13 feet ahead of the runner-up, Syracuse's Cheree Hicks (second, 187-0).

Also for the Duck women, senior Katie Crabb stayed on pace to potentially score by advancing to Saturday's final in the 1,500 meters. The Chico, Calif., native (fifth, 4:21.91) missed the fourth and final automatic qualifying position from her heat by only one place, but still advanced with the last of four positions based on time.

'I was happy that I advanced -- that was the main goal -- but I was also glad that it felt relatively smooth and in control,' Crabb said. 'I didn't want to press to much, and I was glad I was able to stay focused the whole way and run the way I needed to.'

A veteran from the same NCAA event in 1998, Crabb took matters into her own hands by leading the third and part of the fourth laps, knowing the possible time concerns.

'After the first lap, I was prepared to take the lead and push the pace if need be,' Crabb said, 'and that's the way it turned out. There were some other high returning NCAA veterans in my race so I was hoping that the race would be honest, although you're always in a tough position being in the first heat. The second heat is usually faster since they know exactly what pace to run, while the first heat is more of a guessing game.'

Former NCAA champion, Villanova's Carmen Douma, won the introductory heat (4:19.26), while Rice's Shaquandra Roberson won the second heat (4:20.46) which featured the other three time-based qualifiers..

On the men's side, the news wasn't as bright as senior Steve Fein missed advancing to the final of Saturday's 1,500 meters by one place and .19 seconds. The Lenexa, Kan., native finished seventh in his heat (3:45.63), with Illinois State's Christian Goy taking the last spot just ahead of Fein in the same race (sixth, 3:45.44).

'I didn't make the final and I know I had the ability to do it,' Fein said. 'It came down to the fact that I didn't have enough in the last lap, and particularly the strength or speed in the kick. Going in I wanted to be top three early in the race and then be in position to get one of the top four automatic spots at the end.'

Fein's effort still earned him his second All-America outdoors for the Ducks and fourth on the track by virtue that he'll be among the event's top eight American finishers (five of the 12 advancing to Saturday's finals were foreigners). The fifth-year senior can also look forward to at least one last meet -- July's U.S. Olympic Trials -- with his 5,000-meter qualifying time of 13:43.40 from last season.

'I'll move off this just like I would any race, good or bad,' Fein said, 'and go back to training. My workouts have been going well coming in so we're on pace to accomplish our goals in the 5,000 at the Olympic Trials.'

South Alabama's David Kimani, the top seed coming in, won the first of the two heats (3:44.70), while Stanford's Gabe Jennings crossed the line first in the second heat (3:43.18).

In the team races, BYU leads the women's standings with 23 points, while Stanford paces the men's field after two days with 31 points.

Looking ahead to Friday, two more Ducks begin action at the NCAA Championships as sophomore Santiago Lorenzo competes in the first day of the decathlon and two-time All-American and sophomore Niki Reed sees action in the women's pole vault.

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Complete NCAA Results

2000 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Wallace Wade Stadium
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
May 31 - June 3, 2000

WOMEN'S RESULTS

Women's Team Standings - 1, Louisiana State 58. 2, Southern California 54. 3, UCLA 47. 4, Brigham Young 46. 5, Texas 39. T-6 Arkansas, South Carolina 36. T--8, Houston, Colorado, Nebraska 26. 11, Kansas State 22. 12, Southern Methodist 20. T-13, Alabama, Syracuse 16. T-15, Villanova, Texas-El Paso 13, Baylor 14. 18, Pittsburgh 13. T-19, Arizona, California, Georgia 12. 22, Kent State 11. T-23, Harvard, Rice, Georgetown, Florida A&M, Wyoming, Akron 10. 29, Wisconsin 9. T-30, Florida, Seton Hall, Cal State-Northridge, Stanford 8. T-34, Ohio State, Illinois, Nevada-Las Vegas, South Florida 7. T-38, Florida State, Duke, North Carolina, Missouri, Texas A&M, Arizona State, Southeastern Louisiana 6. T-45, Northern Arizona, Utah State, Oregon, Idaho, Auburn. T-50, Oral Roberts, Virginia Commonwealth 4. T-52, Boston College, Middle Tennessee State, Purdue, Colorado State, Minnesota, Michigan State, Norfolk State 3. T-59, Connecticut, Texas-Arlington, Washington State, Boise State, Indiana, Mississippi, Wake Forest 2. T-66, East Tennessee State, Long Beach State, Washington, Belmont, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Illinois State 1.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 100 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.8): 1. Angela Williams, USC 11.25, 2. Teneeshia Jones, Mississippi 11.36, 3. Shaunta Pelham, Florida A&M 11.38, 4. Ayanna Hutchinson, UNLV 11.42, 5. Valma Bass, LSU 11.52, 6. Heather Sumpter, Tennessee 11.58, 7. Tami Zachery, Texas Tech 11.65. Heat 2: (w:0.6): 1. Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LSU 11.21, 2. Tonya Carter, Florida St. 11.30, 3. LaKeesha White, Texas 11.45, 4. Aleah Williams, Texas 11.47, 5. SaDonna Thornton, LSU 11.49, 6. Rachelle Boone, Indiana 11.53, 7. Monique Wright-Cruse, Texas Tech 11.80. Heat 3: (w:0.4): 1. Shakedia Jones, UCLA 11.40, 2. Brianna Glenn, Arizona 11.42, 3. Erica Burrell, Southern 11.52, 4. Mary Grant, Alabama 11.56, 5. Oluwaseun Adetiba, Iowa State 11.59, 6. Wyllesheia Myrick, Miami - Fla. 11.60, 7. Rodena Barr, So. Carolina 11.62, 8. LaQuinta Manahan, UT-Arlington 11.64.

Semi-Final WOMEN'S 100 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.4): 1. Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LSU 11.20, 2. Tonya Carter, Florida St. 11.32, 3. SaDonna Thornton, LSU 11.35, 4. LaKeesha White, Texas 11.36, 5. Teneeshia Jones, Mississippi 11.46, 6. Valma Bass, LSU 11.47, 7. Erica Burrell, Southern 11.52, 8. Heather Sumpter, Tennessee 11.56. Heat 2: (w:0.9): 1. Shaunta Pelham, Florida A&M 11.27, 2. Angela Williams, USC 11.28, 3. Brianna Glenn, Arizona 11.33, 4. Shakedia Jones, UCLA 11.33, 5. Aleah Williams, Texas 11.38, 6. Ayanna Hutchinson, UNLV 11.41, 7. Rachelle Boone, Indiana 11.49, 8. Mary Grant, Alabama 11.56.

Final WOMEN'S 100 METER DASH (w:-0.4): 1. Angela Williams, USC 11.12, 2. Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LSU 11.23, 3. Tonya Carter, Florida St. 11.30, 4. Brianna Glenn, Arizona 11.47, 5. Shaunta Pelham, Florida A&M 11.49, 6. Shakedia Jones, UCLA 11.55, 7. SaDonna Thornton, LSU 11.57, 8. LaKeesha White, Texas 11.65.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 200 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.7): 1. Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LSU 22.69, 2. Teneeshia Jones, Mississippi 23.21, 3. Shakedia Jones, UCLA 23.26, 4. Me'Lisa Barber, So. Carolina 23.52, 5. LaTrese Taylor, Akron 24.31. Heat 2: (w:0.5): 1. Kinshasa Davis, USC 23.10, 2. Wyllesheia Myrick, Miami - Fla. 23.40, 3. Hellena Wrappah, So. Miss. 23.41, 4. Tracey Ball, SMU 23.53, 5. Chequetta Bearfield, Illinois 24.03. Heat 3: (w:0.6): 1. Donica Merriman, Ohio State 23.43, 2. Shaunta Pelham, Florida A&M 23.44, 3. Rachelle Boone, Indiana 23.66, 4. Aleah Williams, Texas 23.75, 5. Myra Combs, LSU 23.83. Heat 4: (w:0.6): 1. Valma Bass, LSU 23.29, 2. Michele Davis, UNLV 23.53, 3. Oluwaseun Adetiba, Iowa State 23.56, 4. LaKeesha White, Texas 23.72, 5. Sherri Colemen, Texas Tech 23.93, 6. Mechelle Lewis, So. Carolina 24.69.

Semi-Final WOMEN'S 200 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.4): 1. Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LSU 22.74, 2. Michele Davis, UNLV 23.19, 3. Donica Merriman, Ohio State 23.30, 4. Aleah Williams, Texas 23.45, 5. Oluwaseun Adetiba, Iowa State 23.53, 6. Tracey Ball, SMU 23.59, 7. Teneeshia Jones, Mississippi 23.66, 8. Shakedia Jones, UCLA 23.67. Heat 2: (w:0.3): 1. Shaunta Pelham, Florida A&M 22.98, 2. Kinshasa Davis, USC 23.13, 3. Valma Bass, LSU 23.22, 4. LaKeesha White, Texas 23.25, 5. Wyllesheia Myrick, Miami - Fla. 23.41, 6. Hellena Wrappah, So. Miss. 23.44, 7. Rachelle Boone, Indiana 23.45, 8. Me'Lisa Barber, So. Carolina 23.59.

Final WOMEN'S 200 METER DASH (w:0.7): 1. Peta-Gaye Dowdie, LSU 22.51, 2. Kinshasa Davis, USC 22.79, 3. Shaunta Pelham, Florida A&M 23.09, 4. Michele Davis, UNLV 23.14, 5. Valma Bass, LSU 23.26, 6. Aleah Williams, Texas 23.62, - LaKeesha White, Texas DNF.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 400 METER DASH Heat 1: 1. Demetria Washington, So. Carolina 51.82, 2. Carolyn Jackson, Arizona 52.12, 3. Barbara Petrahn, Baylor 52.17, 4. Michele Davis, UNLV 53.00, 5. Aliann Pompey, Manhattan 53.26, 6. Yolanda Brown-Moore, Florida 53.85, 7. Malika Edmonson, USC 54.11. Heat 2: 1. Mikele Barber, So. Carolina 51.51, 2. Christine Amertil, SE Louisiana 52.19, 3. Debbie Dunn, Norfolk 52.51, 4. Carron Allen, Georgetown 53.08, 5. Jennifer Fontenot, Oklahoma 53.40, 6. Stella Klassen, Nebraska 53.86, 7. Liz Grow, Notre Dame 53.91. Heat 3: 1. Lesley Owusu, Nebraska 53.13, 2. Moushaumi Robinson, Texas 53.30, 3. Samantha George, Florida St. 53.49, 4. Khadijah Conda, Radford 53.58, 5. Kari Karhoff, Central Mich 54.48, - Nakiya Johnson, Texas FS.

Final WOMEN'S 400 METER DASH 1. Mikele Barber, So. Carolina 51.14, 2. Demetria Washington, So. Carolina 51.82, 3. Christine Amertil, SE Louisiana 52.13, 4. Barbara Petrahn, Baylor 52.37, 5. Carolyn Jackson, Arizona 52.58, 6. Debbie Dunn, Norfolk 52.67, 7. Michele Davis, UNLV 52.68, 8. Lesley Owusu, Nebraska 53.30.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 800 METER RUN Heat 1: 1. Brigita Langerholc, USC 2:04.16, 2. Melanie Steere, BYU 2:04.55, 3. Natalie Watson, Miami - Fla. 2:06.07, 4. Sunny Gilbert, Missouri 2:06.38, 5. Nancy James, Northridge 2:07.53, 6. Sara Pardue, Georgia Tech 2:08.58, 7. Ngozi Iwu, Texas Tech 2:09.54. Heat 2: 1. Sasha Spencer, Georgetown 2:03.83, 2. Chantee Earl, Pittsburgh 2:03.87, 3. Shaquandra Roberson, Rice 2:04.07, 4. Tamieka Grizzle, Florida 2:06.20, 5. Patricia Pearson, Miami - Fla. 2:06.46, 6. Angie Bruecker, Indiana St. 2:09.08, 7. Mishael Bertrand, UT-Arlington 2:09.36. Heat 3: 1. Tytti Reho, SMU 2:05.00, 2. Ashley Wysong, Missouri 2:05.27, 3. Alishia Booterbaugh, Wash. State 2:05.61, 4. Svetlana Badrankova, UTEP 2:05.62, 5. Becky Megesi, Georgia Tech 2:07.10, 6. Lindsay Hyatt, Stanford 2:07.87.

Final WOMEN'S 800 METER RUN 1. Tytti Reho, SMU 2:01.43, 2. Chantee Earl, Pittsburgh 2:02.54, 3. Ashley Wysong, Missouri 2:02.94, 4. Shaquandra Roberson, Rice 2:03.23, 5. Sasha Spencer, Georgetown 2:03.36, 6. Melanie Steere, BYU 2:03.40, 7. Alishia Booterbaugh, Wash. State 2:04.81, 8. Brigita Langerholc, USC 2:05.04.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 1,500 METER RUN Heat 1: 1. Carmen Douma, Villanova 4:19.26, 2. Hanne Lyngstad, Tulane 4:19.34, 3. Steephanie Pesch, Wisconsin 4:19.61, 4. Lauren Fleshman, Stanford 4:19.73, 5. Katie Crabb, Oregon 4:21.19, 6. Tracy Robertson, Arkansas 4:25.79, 7. Susanne Heyer, Penn State 4:27.35, 8. Kelly Hansen, Weber State 4:28.03, 9. Beth George, N. Carolina 4:33.75, 10. Laurie Meythaler, Iowa State 4:37.01. Heat 2: 1. Shaquandra Roberson, Rice 4:20.46, 2. Anna Lopaciuch, USC 4:20.54, 3. Susan Taylor, BYU 4:20.64, 4. Jill Snyder, Wake Forest 4:20.90, 5. Lisa Aguilera, Arizona St. 4:20.93, 6. Erin Sims, Texas 4:20.94, 7. Emily Furia, William/Mary 4:20.98, 8. Liz Diaz, Texas 4:21.69, 9. Ali Mann, William/Mary 4:27.73, 10. Dawn Charlier, Houston 4:28.83.

Final WOMEN'S 1,500 METER RUN 1. Susan Taylor, BYU 4:13.03, 2. Carmen Douma, Villanova 4:16.09, 3. Anna Lopaciuch, USC 4:16.75, 4. Shaquandra Roberson, Rice 4:17.27, 5. Lauren Fleshman, Stanford 4:17.76, 6. Steephanie Pesch, Wisconsin 4:19.13, 7. Katie Crabb, Oregon 4:19.30, 8. Lisa Aguilera, Arizona St. 4:20.67, 9. Hanne Lyngstad, Tulane 4:21.01, 10. Jill Snyder, Wake Forest 4:23.85, 11. Emily Furia, William/Mary 4:24.55, 12. Erin Sims, Texas 4:28.27.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 3,000 METER RUN Heat 1: 1. Korene Hinds, Kansas State 9:26.85, 2. Carrie Tollefson, Villanova 9:27.19, 3. Shannon Smith, Boston Coll. 9:27.21, 4. Hanna Smedstad, Oklahoma St. 9:28.47, 5. Lesley Higgins, Colorado 9:29.93, 6. Michelle Brooks, Nebraska 9:31.23, 7. Cami Matson, Washington 9:39.15, 8. Sabrina Monro, Montana 9:47.65, 9. Laura Heiner, BYU 9:48.46, 10. Rebecca Stallwood, W. Virginia 10:10.59. Heat 2: 1. Kara Wheeler, Colorado 9:27.17, 2. Sally Glynn, Stanford 9:27.27, 3. Jessica Dailey, Arkansas 9:27.40, 4. Sharolyn Shields, BYU 9:28.89, 5. Kathleen Linck, Georgetown 9:29.97, 6. Bethany Eigel, J. Madison 9:32.71, 7. Katie Sabino, NC State 9:36.71, 8. Margaret Butler, Washington 9:53.14, 9. Katie Ryan, Boston Coll. 10:00.76, 10. Jodie Hughes, Colorado 10:06.79.

Final WOMEN'S 3,000 METER RUN 1. Kara Wheeler, Colorado 9:02.15, 2. Korene Hinds, Kansas State 9:10.10, 3. Carrie Tollefson, Villanova 9:16.48, 4. Jessica Dailey, Arkansas 9:16.93, 5. Sally Glynn, Stanford 9:17.81, 6. Shannon Smith, Boston Coll. 9:17.89, 7. Kathleen Linck, Georgetown 9:23.72, 8. Lesley Higgins, Colorado 9:24.32, 9. Hanna Smedstad, Oklahoma St. 9:25.03, 10. Michelle Brooks, Nebraska 9:27.45, 11. Sharolyn Shields, BYU 9:33.42, 12. Bethany Eigel, J. Madison 9:47.26.

Final WOMEN'S 5,000 METER RUN 1. Kara Wheeler, Colorado 15:54.30, 2. Amy Yoder, Arkansas 16:05.70, 3. Amy Mortimer, Kansas State 16:07.26, 4. Marty Hernandez, BYU 16:11.90, 5. Maria-Elena Calle, VCU 16:15.24, 6. Jessica Dailey, Arkansas 16:16.05, 7. Janelle Kraus, Wake Forest 16:17.32, 8. Catherine Berry, E. Tenn. St. 16:18.07, 9. Kathryn Ireland, Boston U. 16:22.96, 10. Erica Palmer, Wisconsin 16:27.11, 11. Tara Chaplin, Arizona 16:29.31, 12. Kelly MacDonald, Arizona St. 16:37.08, 13. Tara Rohatinsky, BYU 16:46.68, 14. Ann McGranahan, Villanova 16:50.63, 15. Trish Nervo, N. Carolina 16:50.94, 16. Hanna Smedstad, Oklahoma St. 16:51.54, 17. Claire Shearman, Providence 17:03.51, 18. Liz Reusser, Wisconsin 17:13.46, 19. Erin Sullivan, Stanford 17:17.84, 20. Karen Bockel, Colorado St. 17:20.36, 21. Jennifer Denkins, Michigan St. 17:27.37.

Final WOMEN'S 10,000 METER RUN 1. Tara Rohatinsky, BYU 33:49.24, 2. Marty Hernandez, BYU 33:50.45, 3. Amy Yoder, Arkansas 33:53.76, 4. Jen Gruia, Colorado 33:55.18, 5. Erica Palmer, Wisconsin 34:13.79, 6. Jennifer Denkins, Michigan St. 34:15.27, 7. Abby Peters, Boise State 34:19.93, 8. Keely Weaver, Belmont 34:21.38, 9. Anna Aoki, Washington 34:22.79, 10. Heather Tanner, N. Carolina 34:23.13, 11. Tara Chaplin, Arizona 34:31.22, 12. Maria-Elena Calle, VCU 34:34.88, 13. Lindsey Rogers, NC State 34:37.07, 14. Katie Clifford, Michigan 34:51.51, 15. Heather Anderson, Montana 35:15.02, 16. Corrine Nimitz, Minnesota 35:21.87, 17. Laurel Hildebrant, BYU 35:28.08, 18. Katrin Engelen, Arizona 35:44.03, 19. Emily Enstice, Georgetown 36:08.58, 20. Alison Klemmer, Notre Dame 36:13.41.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 100 METER HURDLES Heat 1: (w:0.9): 1. Kirstin Bolm, BYU 13.02, 2. Joyce Bates, LSU 13.03, 3. Kyla Shoemake, Arkansas 13.05, 4. Dominque Calloway, Ohio State 13.06, 5. Charmaine Walker, Villanova 13.18, 6. Danielle Carruthers, Indiana 13.46, 7. Damu Cherry, S. Florida 13.50. Heat 2: (w:0.4): 1. Donica Merriman, Ohio State 12.84, 2. Vonette Dixon, Auburn 12.90, 3. Brandit Copper, Alabama 13.05, 4. Ellakisha Williamson, So. Carolina 13.07, 5. Christina Ohaeri, Texas A&M 13.18, 6. Felicia Stone, San Diego St 13.30, 7. April Sams, LSU 13.31. Heat 3: (w:1.2): 1. Jenny Adams, Houston 12.87, 2. Perdita Felicien, Illinois 12.91, 3. Nicole Hoxie, Texas 12.97, 4. Jackie Madison, So. Carolina 13.08, 5. Michelle Perry, UCLA 13.17, 6. Lutisha Shittu, N. Carolina 13.20.

Semi-Final WOMEN'S 100 METER HURDLES Heat 1: (w:0.5): 1. Donica Merriman, Ohio State 12.83, 2. Perdita Felicien, Illinois 12.99, 3. Brandit Copper, Alabama 13.03, 4. Kyla Shoemake, Arkansas 13.07, 5. Vonette Dixon, Auburn 13.10, 6. Lutisha Shittu, N. Carolina 13.20, 7. Michelle Perry, UCLA 13.27, 8. Jackie Madison, So. Carolina 13.28. Heat 2: (w:0.8): 1. Jenny Adams, Houston 12.86, 2. Joyce Bates, LSU 12.95, 3. Ellakisha Williamson, So. Carolina 13.04, 4. Kirstin Bolm, BYU 13.04, 5. Nicole Hoxie, Texas 13.11, 6. Charmaine Walker, Villanova 13.13, 7. Christina Ohaeri, Texas A&M 13.13, 8. Dominque Calloway, Ohio State 13.15.

Final WOMEN'S 100 METER HURDLES (w:0.8): 1. Joyce Bates, LSU 12.85, 2. Jenny Adams, Houston 12.91, 3. Donica Merriman, Ohio State 12.92, 4. Kirstin Bolm, BYU 12.93, 5. Brandit Copper, Alabama 13.03, 6. Perdita Felicien, Illinois 13.07, 7. Kyla Shoemake, Arkansas 13.15, 8. Ellakisha Williamson, So. Carolina 13.43.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 400 METER HURDLES Heat 1: 1. Dominque Calloway, Ohio State 56.32, 2. Saidat Onanuga, UTEP 56.45, 3. Angel Patterson, Texas 57.59, 4. Ayanna Reece, Ohio State 58.21, 5. Nicole Thomas, Arizona 58.23, 6. Milena Alver, BYU 58.66, 7. Kari Karhoff, Central Mich 59.12. Heat 2: 1. Natasha Danvers, USC 56.88, 2. Michelle Perry, UCLA 57.06, 3. Petagay Gayle, Alabama 57.18, 4. Randi Smith, Wash. State 58.80, 5. Yamelis Ortiz, Lamar 58.93, 6. Natasha Neal, Texas 59.32. Heat 3: 1. Tanya Jarrett, Texas 56.62, 2. Brenda Taylor, Harvard 57.25, 3. Tawa Babatunde, Arkansas 57.68, 4. Brandy Mack, Mississippi 58.18, 5. Linise Gordon, Ball State 58.26, 6. Holly Gibbons, BYU 58.43, 7. Kelsey Sheppard, Washington 59.51.

Final WOMEN'S 400 METER HURDLES 1. Natasha Danvers, USC 55.26, 2. Tanya Jarrett, Texas 55.67, 3. Petagay Gayle, Alabama 55.93, 4. Michelle Perry, UCLA 56.50, 5. Angel Patterson, Texas 56.73, 6. Saidat Onanuga, UTEP 56.83, 7. Brenda Taylor, Harvard 57.77, 8. Dominque Calloway, Ohio State 58.99.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 4X100 METER RELAY Heat 1: 1. LSU 43.24, 2. Illinois 44.12, 3. Texas 44.18, 4. S. Florida 44.37, 5. Florida A&M 44.56, 6. UT-Arlington 45.59. Heat 2: 1. USC 43.65, 2. So. Carolina 43.67, 3. Indiana 44.47, 4. Baylor 44.49, 5. Oklahoma 44.77, 6. UCLA 44.91.

Final WOMEN'S 4X100 METER RELAY 1. USC 43.14, 2. LSU 43.16, 3. So. Carolina 43.65, 4. Texas 43.86, 5. Illinois 44.32, 6. Baylor 44.45, 7. Indiana 44.49, 8. S. Florida 44.65.

Preliminaries WOMEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY Heat 1: 1. Texas 3:29.74, 2. Pittsburgh 3:31.34, 3. Baylor 3:32.05, 4. USC 3:32.25, 5. Georgetown 3:32.74, - Miami - Fla. DQ. Heat 2: 1. So. Carolina 3:31.34, 2. Oklahoma 3:33.86, 3. LSU 3:34.86, 4. Georgia 3:34.97, 5. Florida 3:35.47, 6. Rice 3:39.50.

Final WOMEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY 1. So. Carolina 3:28.64, 2. Texas 3:30.05, 3. USC 3:30.89, 4. Pittsburgh 3:33.23, 5. Georgetown 3:33.91, 6. Baylor 3:35.24, 7. LSU 3:35.98, 8. Oklahoma 3:37.04.

Final WOMEN'S HIGH JUMP 1. Erin Aldrich, Texas 1.90m (6-02.75), 2. Dora Gyorffy, Harvard 1.87m (6-01.50), 3. Carrie Braness, Nebraska 1.84m (6-00.50), 4. Jeana Bingham, BYU 1.81m (5-11.25), 5. Joy Ganes, N. Carolina 1.81m (5-11.25), 6. Carri Long, Purdue 1.81m (5-11.25), 7. Ifoma Jones, Houston 1.81m (5-11.25), 7. Jennifer Engelhardt, Notre Dame 1.81m (5-11.25), 7. Tayyiba Haneef, Long Beach 1.81m (5-11.25), 10. Tamika Toppin, Connecticut 1.77m (5-09.75), 11. Becky Vasas, Idaho State 1.77m (5-09.75), 11. Latifah Long, Georgia 1.77m (5-09.75), 13. Brooke Cottle, Weber State 1.77m (5-09.75), 13. Nakeitra Jones, Auburn 1.77m (5-09.75), 13. Alisha Denson, Troy State 1.77m (5-09.75), 16. Jessica Thompson, Nebraska 1.77m (5-09.75), 17. Erin Anderson, Kansas State 1.73m (5-08), 17. Terresha DeRossett, Kansas State 1.73m (5-08), 17. Vanessa Jones, Maryland 1.73m (5-08), 20. Bianca McKell, SMU 1.73m (5-08), 20. Liz Toman, Colorado St. 1.73m (5-08), - Edith Montgomery, Arkansas St. NH, - Darnesha Griffith, UCLA NH, - Robyn Burkhardt, Texas A&M NH.

Final WOMEN'S POLE VAULT 1. Tracy O'Hara, UCLA 4.40m (14-05.25), 2. Erin Anderson, Kansas State 4.20m (13-09.25), 3. Jillian Schwartz, Duke 4.10m (13-05.25), 4. Shae Bair, Utah State 4.10m (13-05.25), 5. Dena Dial, Oral Roberts 4.00m (13-01.50), 6. Andrea Neary, Arizona 4.00m (13-01.50), 7. Rhian Clarke, Houston 4.00m (13-01.50), 8. Maria Lopez, California 4.00m (13-01.50), 9. Andrea Wildrick, Liberty 4.00m (13-01.50), 9. Andrea Branson, Kansas 4.00m (13-01.50), 11. Jennifer Ashcroft, Nevada 4.00m (13-01.50), 12. Heather Sickler, UCLA 3.90m (12-09.50), 13. Niki Reed, Oregon 3.90m (12-09.50), 14. Becky Jackson, BYU 3.75m (12-03.50), 15. Erica Hoernig, UCLA 3.75m (12-03.50), 16. Sandy Erickson, Washington 3.75m (12-03.50), 17. Laura Hawkins, Florida 3.75m (12-03.50), 17. Kathleen Donoghue, Stanford 3.75m (12-03.50), 19. Suzanne Krings, Montana 3.75m (12-03.50), 20. Ebbie Metzinger, Purdue 3.60m (11-09.75), 21. Brooke Lankard, Fresno State 3.60m (11-09.75).

Final WOMEN'S LONG JUMP 1. Jenny Adams, Houston 6.54m w:1.4 (21-05.50), 2. Nolle Graham, Seton Hall 6.53m w:0.9 (21-05.25), 3. Tasha Mahone, Georgia 6.44m w:0.9 (21-01.50), 4. Tiffany Greer, Arizona St. 6.42m w:0.3 (21-00.75), 5. Dalhia Ingram, Nebraska 6.36m w:0.5 (20-10.50), 6. Keisha Spencer, LSU 6.32m w:0.8 (20-09), 7. Tisha Parker, Mississippi 6.29m w:0.4 (20-07.75), 8. Monique Freeman, LSU 6.24m w:0.8 (20-05.75), 9. Tameshia King, Notre Dame 6.23m w:1.0 (20-05.25), 10. Jada Phelps, Ball State 6.19m w:0.6 (20-03.75), 11. Kirstin Bolm, BYU 6.18m w:1.0 (20-03.50), 12. Ola Sesay, N. Carolina 6.18m w:0.7 (20-03.50), 13. Alice Falaiye, Rice 6.16m w:0.2 (20-02.50), 14. Antoinette Wilks, So. Carolina 6.13m w:0.4 (20-01.50), 15. Brandi Bentley, Michigan 6.10m w:0.7 (20-00.25), 16. Tisha Ponder, Illinois 6.09m w:0.7 (19-11.75), 17. Brianna Glenn, Arizona 6.05m w:0.6 (19-10.25), 18. Jernae Wright, Florida 6.03m w:1.0 (19-09.50), 19. Tyleana Hanner, Tenn-Chatt. 6.01m w:0.9 (19-08.75), 20. Keyon Soley, UCLA 5.92m w:0.7 (19-05.25), 21. Agneta Rosenblad, Wash. State 5.70m w:1.0 (18-08.50).

Final WOMEN'S TRIPLE JUMP 1. Keisha Spencer, LSU 13.97m w:0.2 (45-10), 2. Brandi Prieto, Northridge 13.49m w:1.4 (44-03.25), 3. Kerine Black, S. Florida 13.49m w:1.0 (44-03.25), 4. Shelly-Ann Gallimore, Auburn 13.48m w:1.1 (44-02.75), 5. Dalhia Ingram, Nebraska 13.35m w:2.1 (43-09.75), 6. Andreja Ribac, M. Tenn. St. 13.27m w:1.6 (43-06.50), 7. DeAnne Davis, N. Carolina 13.18m w:0.9 (43-03), 8. Anna Tarasova, UTEP 13.05m w:2.3 (42-09.75), 9. Asa Lonn, N. Arizona 12.93m w:-0.3 (42-05.25), 10. Tatyana Obukhova, USC 12.91m w:-0.8 (42-04.25), 11. Cicely Clinkenbeard, Wash. State 12.84m w:0.6 (42-01.50), 12. Cecilie Rise, Tulane 12.74m w:1.2 (41-09.75), 13. Diana Nikitina, SMU 12.74m w:1.4 (41-09.75), 14. Christine Brown, W. Virginia 12.71m w:1.1 (41-08.50), 15. Kareen Clarke, Miami - Fla. 12.68m w:-0.9 (41-07.25), 16. Deana Simmons, UCLA 12.67m w:-0.4 (41-07), 17. Marlena Robinson, Villanova 12.50m w:0.7 (41-00.25), 18. Bianca Rockett, LSU 12.44m w:-0.7 (40-09.75), 19. Rodena Barr, So. Carolina 12.37m w:-0.9 (40-07), 20. G.G. Miller, Arkansas 12.33m w:-0.3 (40-05.50).

Final WOMEN'S SHOT PUT 1. Seilala Sua, UCLA 17.36m (56-11.50), 2. Cheree Hicks, Syracuse 16.88m (55-04.75), 3. Rhonda Hackett, Georgia 16.79m (55-01), 4. Linda Nestorsson, N. Arizona 16.35m (53-07.75), 5. Christina Tolson, UCLA 16.09m (52-09.50), 6. Aubrey Schmitt, Minnesota 15.73m (51-07.25), 7. Marsha French, UT-Arlington 15.62m (51-03), 8. Sesilia Thomas, Washington 15.46m (50-08.75), 9. Andrea Pappas, Tennessee 15.37m (50-05.25), 10. Safiya Ingram, Alabama 15.26m (50-00.75), 11. Adrienne Judie, Arizona St. 15.04m (49-04.25), 12. Amber Knighten, Brown 15.03m (49-03.75), 13. Cynthia Ademiluyi, USC 14.93m (48-11.75), 14. Mandy Kinney, Wyoming 14.93m (48-11.75), 15. Lutricia Purham, S.E. Mo. St. 14.72m (48-03.50), 16. Leann Boerema, Nebraska 14.70m (48-02.75), 17. Liz Toman, Colorado St. 14.59m (47-10.50), 18. Emily Carlsten, Florida 14.33m (47-00.25), 19. Shana Ball, Idaho 14.29m (46-10.75), 20. Rebekah Green, Kansas State 14.22m (46-08), 21. Jennifer Brown, Indiana 14.22m (46-08), 22. DeShaya Williams, Penn State 14.16m (46-05.50).

Final WOMEN'S DISCUS THROW 1. Seilala Sua, UCLA 61.20m (200-09), 2. Cheree Hicks, Syracuse 57.00m (187-0), 3. Safiya Ingram, Alabama 56.00m (183-09), 4. Katja Schreiber, Idaho 54.02m (177-03), 5. Robin Lyons, Wyoming 51.72m (169-08), 6. Liz Toman, Colorado St. 51.60m (169-03), 7. Beth Obruba, Kent 51.28m (168-03), 8. Mary Etter, Oregon 50.88m (166-11), 9. Makiba Batten, Florida St. 50.52m (165-09), 10. Gina Lomonaco, St. John's 50.38m (165-03), 11. Summer Pierson, Stanford 50.24m (164-10), 12. Shana Ball, Idaho 49.84m (163-06), 13. Cynthia Ademiluyi, USC 49.82m (163-05), 14. Jill Pedretti, N. Carolina 49.44m (162-02), 15. Aubrey Schmitt, Minnesota 49.44m (162-02), 16. DeShaya Williams, Penn State 48.84m (160-03), 17. Rhonda Hackett, Georgia 48.76m (160-0), 18. Nicole Chimko, Minnesota 46.68m (153-02), 19. Diane Slinden, Tennessee 45.96m (150-09), 20. Meghan Koonce, Texas A&M 44.66m (146-06), 21. Gia Lewis, Illinois 44.46m (145-10).

Final WOMEN'S HAMMER THROW 1. Florence Ezeh, SMU 64.58m (211-10), 2. Melissa Price, Nebraska 64.24m (210-09), 3. Robin Lyons, Wyoming 63.02m (206-09), 4. Jennifer Joyce, California 62.22m (204-01), 5. Christina Tolson, UCLA 62.04m (203-06), 6. Jennifer Vail, USC 61.54m (201-11), 7. Bethany Hart, Connecticut 60.54m (198-07), 8. Cari Soong, UCLA 60.22m (197-07), 9. Nancy Guillen, SMU 59.20m (194-03), 10. Dana Dillon, Wyoming 57.78m (189-07), 11. Chantel Goldsberry, Utah 57.60m (189-0), 12. Beth Howard, Minnesota 57.52m (188-08), 13. Julianna Tudja, SMU 56.64m (185-10), 14. Charlotte Wahlin, Utah State 56.14m (184-02), 15. Meshell Trotter, Texas A&M 55.08m (180-08), 16. Julie Thomas, Wyoming 54.58m (179-01), 17. Erin Wibbles, Nebraska 54.12m (177-07), 18. Serene Ross, Purdue 53.08m (174-02), 19. Andrea Thornton, Wash. State 52.76m (173-01), 20. Carrie Myers, Indiana St. 51.42m (168-08), - Anne-Laure Gremillet, UTEP FOUL.

Final WOMEN'S JAVELIN THROW 1. Angeliki Tsiolakoudi, UTEP 60.24m (197-08), 2. Emily Carlsten, Florida 55.50m (182-01), 3. Katy Doyle, Texas A&M 52.40m (171-11), 4. Beth Obruba, Kent 52.20m (171-03), 5. Kim Kreiner, Kent 51.48m (168-11), 6. Cassi Morelock, Nebraska 51.38m (168-07), 7. Karis Howell, Oregon 51.24m (168-01), 8. Candy Mitchell, So. Carolina 50.88m (166-11), 9. Irina Kharun, Indiana 49.36m (161-11), 10. Molly Monroe, Wash. State 48.86m (160-04), 11. Andrea Bulat, Kansas 48.10m (157-10), 12. Nicole Chimko, Minnesota 47.94m (157-03), 13. Serene Ross, Purdue 47.70m (156-06), 14. Brianne Johnson, Penn State 47.24m (155-0), 15. Lynlee Phillips, Michigan St. 45.36m (148-10), 16. Regina Roe, N.W. State 45.24m (148-05), 17. Carrie Karabinos, Penn State 45.10m (147-11), 18. Samantha Chesson, McNeese St. 45.02m (147-08), 19. Inge Jorgensen, Virginia 42.58m (139-08), 20. Jorah Roylance, Wyoming 41.70m (136-10).

Final WOMEN'S HEPTATHLON 1. Christi Smith, Akron 5797, 2. G.G. Miller, Arkansas 5777, 3. Missey Vanek, California 5614, 4. Ifoma Jones, Houston 5593, 5. Dee Brown, Arkansas 5490, 6. Kerry O'Bric, Baylor 5464, 7. Andrea Geurtsen, Wisconsin 5442, 8. Katherine Nielsen, Illinois St. 5438, 9. Barbara Szlendakova, Iowa State 5382, 10. Frenke Bolt, Tennessee 5341, 11. Michelle Moran, Missouri 5331, 12. Jamie Walker, Arkansas 5317, 13. Lindsay Taylor, Brown 5287, 14. Mellanee Welty, Wichita St. 5281, 15. Jennifer Hoppe, S. F. Austin 5238, 16. Loren Leaverton, LSU 5221, 17. Jill Aholt, Missouri 4979, 18. Carmen Wright, Kansas State 4719.



MEN'S RESULTS

Men's Team Standings - 1, Stanford 72. 2, Arkansas 59. 3, Auburn 51. 4, Florida 50. 5, Louisiana State 36. 6, Arizona 26. T-7, Alabama, Southern California 25. 9, Baylor 24. 10, Clemson 21. T-11, Texas Christian, South Carolina 20. 13, Southern Methodist 19. 14, Texas, 18. 15, Tennessee 17. 16, Texas A&M 15. T-17, Arizona State, Georgia 13. T-19, Ohio State, Texas-El Paso 11. T-21, California, Colorado State 10, Idaho, 10, Mississippi 10, Wyoming 10. 26, Purdue 9.5. 27, Brigham Young 9. T-28, Washington, Oklahoma 8.5. T-30, Boise State, Indiana State, Missouri, Virginia, William & Mary, Wisconsin 8. T-36, Brown, Cal Poly, Drake, Georgia Tech, Illinois, North Carolina, Norfolk State, Tulane 6. T-44 Oregon, South Alabama, Utah State 5. T-47, Notre Dame, Indiana, Iowa, Northwestern State, UCLA 4. 52, Ball State 3.5. T-53, Virginia Tech, Oklahoma State, Colorado, Iowa State, Prairie View A&M, Southwest Missouri State, Syracuse, Northern Arizona, Michigan State 3. T-62, Northern Iowa, Fresno State 2.5. T-64, Seton Hall, Butler, East Carolina, North Carolina-Charlotte, Florida International, Texas-Arlington, Illinois State, Akron 2. T-72, Kentucky, Harvard, North Carolina State, Southern Mississippi.

Preliminaries MEN'S 100 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.5): 1. Kaaron Conwright, Cal Poly 10.10, 2. Lawrence Armstrong, Texas 10.16, 3. JaWarren Hooker, Washington 10.25, 4. Sultan McCullough, USC 10.26, 5. Daymon Carroll, Florida 10.30, 6. Dwight Phillips, Arizona St. 10.40, 7. Ike Okenwa, Michigan 10.43. Heat 2: (w:0.6): 1. Bernard Williams, Florida 10.18, 2. Lindel Frater, TCU 10.22, 3. Shawn Crawford, Clemson 10.26, 4. Lacra Jenkins, S. Car. St. 10.33, 5. Virgil Maddox, Oral Roberts 10.36, 6. Leonard Scott, Tennessee 10.38, 7. Andra Fifer, UT-Arlington 10.49. Heat 3: (w:1.0): 1. Coby Miller, Auburn 10.12, 2. Terrence Trammell, So. Carolina 10.19, 3. Kenneth Andam, BYU 10.21, 4. Michael Bennett, Wisconsin 10.27, 5. Pierre Browne, Miss. St. 10.37, - Nikela Ndebele, Idaho FS.

Semi-Final MEN'S 100 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.4): 1. Coby Miller, Auburn 9.98, 2. Bernard Williams, Florida 9.99, 3. Lindel Frater, TCU 10.07, 4. Sultan McCullough, USC 10.17, 5. Michael Bennett, Wisconsin 10.20, 6. Kenneth Andam, BYU 10.25, 7. Pierre Browne, Miss. St. 10.26, 8. Virgil Maddox, Oral Roberts 10.42. Heat 2: (w:0.5): 1. Terrence Trammell, So. Carolina 10.04, 2. Kaaron Conwright, Cal Poly 10.15, 3. Daymon Carroll, Florida 10.17, 4. Shawn Crawford, Clemson 10.17, 5. Lawrence Armstrong, Texas 10.21, 6. JaWarren Hooker, Washington 10.35, 7. Leonard Scott, Tennessee 10.35, 8. Lacra Jenkins, S. Car. St. 10.40.

Final MEN'S 100 METER DASH (w:1.2): 1. Bernard Williams, Florida 10.03, 2. Coby Miller, Auburn 10.14, 3. Kaaron Conwright, Cal Poly 10.19, 4. Lindel Frater, TCU 10.20, 5. Daymon Carroll, Florida 10.24, 6. Shawn Crawford, Clemson 10.26, 7. Terrence Trammell, So. Carolina 10.30, 8. Sultan McCullough, USC 10.38.

Preliminaries MEN'S 200 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.4): 1. Coby Miller, Auburn 20.38, 2. Darvis Patton, TCU 20.71, 3. Pierre Browne, Miss. St. 20.93, 4. Jeremy Taylor, Alabama 21.00, 5. Rah'sheen Clay, Bowl. Green 21.64. Heat 2: (w:0.5): 1. Aaron Armstrong, Florida 20.90, 2. Brandon Evans, Texas A&M 21.15, 3. Leonard Scott, Tennessee 21.17, 4. Chris Stewart, Sam Houston 21.68, - Elston Cawley, UT-Arlington DNF. Heat 3: (w:0.6): 1. Shawn Crawford, Clemson 20.29, 2. Ricardo Williams, TCU 20.74, 3. Chad Bullett, Akron 20.92, 4. Daymon Carroll, Florida 21.02, 5. Russell Frye, Tennessee 21.37. Heat 4: (w:0.6): 1. Bernard Williams, Florida 20.32, 2. JaWarren Hooker, Washington 20.67, 3. LeShaunte Edwards, Akron 20.69, 4. Lawrence Armstrong, Texas 20.93.

Semi-Final MEN'S 200 METER DASH Heat 1: (w:0.5): 1. Shawn Crawford, Clemson 20.38, 2. LeShaunte Edwards, Akron 20.45, 3. JaWarren Hooker, Washington 20.47, 4. Brandon Evans, Texas A&M 20.70, 5. Aaron Armstrong, Florida 20.71, 6. Lawrence Armstrong, Texas 20.91, 7. Jeremy Taylor, Alabama 21.23, 8. Russell Frye, Tennessee 21.41. Heat 2: (w:0.6): 1. Coby Miller, Auburn 20.28, 2. Darvis Patton, TCU 20.29, 3. Bernard Williams, Florida 20.31, 4. Ricardo Williams, TCU 20.44, 5. Chad Bullett, Akron 20.79, 6. Leonard Scott, Tennessee 20.82, 7. Pierre Browne, Miss. St. 20.88, 8. Daymon Carroll, Florida 22.08.

Final MEN'S 200 METER DASH (w:1.0): 1. Shawn Crawford, Clemson 20.09, 2. Coby Miller, Auburn 20.12, 3. Bernard Williams, Florida 20.28, 4. Darvis Patton, TCU 20.59, 5. Ricardo Williams, TCU 20.67, 6. JaWarren Hooker, Washington 20.78, 7. LeShaunte Edwards, Akron 20.79, 8. Brandon Evans, Texas A&M 21.23.

Preliminaries MEN'S 400 METER DASH Heat 1: 1. Michael Blackwood, Oklahoma 45.17, 2. Geno White, Florida 45.29, 3. Bryan Swarn, Georgia Tech 45.58, 4. Sanjay Ayre, Auburn 45.58, 5. Michael Decker, Liberty 45.59, 6. Jimmie Hackley, So. Carolina 45.69, 7. Thomas Gerding, Minnesota 45.89. Heat 2: 1. Avard Moncur, Auburn 45.43, 2. Derrick Brew, LSU 45.79, 3. Tawanda Chiwira, Idaho 45.99, 4. Darrick Ingram, E. Carolina 46.13, 5. Torrance Chaplin, Navy 46.34, 6. Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech 46.80, 7. Godfrey Herring, M. Tenn. St. 48.11. Heat 3: 1. Brandon Couts, Baylor 45.34, 2. Andrew Pierce, Ohio State 45.34, 3. Christopher Brown, Norfolk 45.39, 4. Johnny Collins, TCU 45.79, 5. Mike Kenyon, Arizona 46.40, 6. Tyrone Dozier, NC State 46.61.

Final MEN'S 400 METER DASH 1. Avard Moncur, Auburn 44.72, 2. Geno White, Florida 45.02, 3. Christopher Brown, Norfolk 45.08, 4. Brandon Couts, Baylor 45.09, 5. Michael Blackwood, Oklahoma 45.11, 6. Andrew Pierce, Ohio State 45.29, 7. Bryan Swarn, Georgia Tech 45.72, 8. Sanjay Ayre, Auburn 46.80.

Preliminaries MEN'S 800 METER RUN Heat 1: 1. Trinity Gray, Brown 1:46.40, 2. Michael Stember, Stanford 1:47.44, 3. Darren Dinneen, Harvard 1:47.76, 4. Jeffery Limpert, Kentucky 1:48.02, 5. Ryan Locklin, UCSB 1:49.15, 6. Jason VanSwol, Illinois 1:49.97. Heat 2: 1. Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona 1:46.43, 2. Derrick Peterson, Missouri 1:46.58, 3. Jess Strutzel, UCLA 1:47.13, 4. Tim Kober, Notre Dame 1:48.12, 5. Sam Burley, Pennsylvania 1:48.29, 6. Moses Gathuka, Auburn 1:48.85, 7. Aaron Richberg, Auburn 1:50.08. Heat 3: 1. James Karanu, Arkansas 1:47.91, 2. Ned Brooks, Seton Hall 1:48.02, 3. Brendon Mahoney, Georgia Tech 1:48.17, 4. Phil Mishka, Notre Dame 1:48.46, 5. Jebreh Harris, Tennessee 1:49.20, 6. Bryce Knight, Idaho State 1:49.44.

Final MEN'S 800 METER RUN 1. Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona 1:45.08, 2. Derrick Peterson, Missouri 1:45.18, 3. Trinity Gray, Brown 1:45.68, 4. Michael Stember, Stanford 1:46.20, 5. Jess Strutzel, UCLA 1:46.39, 6. James Karanu, Arkansas 1:46.46, 7. Ned Brooks, Seton Hall 1:46.50, 8. Darren Dinneen, Harvard 1:47.35.

Preliminaries MEN'S 1,500 METER RUN Heat 1: 1. David Kimani, S. Alabama 3:44.70, 2. Michael Stember, Stanford 3:44.88, 3. Sharif Karie, Arkansas 3:44.99, 4. Andrew McKessock, Minnesota 3:45.16, 5. Ryan Travis, Arkansas 3:45.39, 6. Christian Goy, Illinois St. 3:45.44, 7. Steve Fein, Oregon 3:45.63, 8. Andrew Powell, Stanford 3:45.68, 9. Drew Griffin, Georgia 3:46.46, 10. Mike Feist, Montana St. 3:54.13. Heat 2: 1. Gabe Jennings, Stanford 3:43.18, 2. Bryan Berryhill, Colorado St. 3:43.57, 3. Daniel Kinyua, Iowa State 3:43.98, 4. James Karanu, Arkansas 3:44.30, 5. Dwight Davis, Tulsa 3:44.78, 6. Brendan Rodgers, NC State 3:44.96, 7. Charlie Gruber, Kansas 3:46.85, 8. Gezachw Yossef, Texas Tech 3:47.03, 9. Marcus Tanner, Tennessee 3:47.98, 10. Clay Schwabe, Army 3:50.54.

Final MEN'S 1,500 METER RUN 1. Gabe Jennings, Stanford 3:37.76, 2. Michael Stember, Stanford 3:39.53, 3. Bryan Berryhill, Colorado St. 3:40.37, 4. David Kimani, S. Alabama 3:40.58, 5. Sharif Karie, Arkansas 3:41.10, 6. Daniel Kinyua, Iowa State 3:41.26, 7. James Karanu, Arkansas 3:42.07, 8. Ryan Travis, Arkansas 3:42.30, 9. Andrew McKessock, Minnesota 3:44.55, 10. Brendan Rodgers, NC State 3:45.85, 11. Dwight Davis, Tulsa 3:46.18, 12. Christian Goy, Illinois St. 3:47.48.

Preliminaries MEN'S 3,000 METER STEEPLECHASE Heat 1: 1. Tim Broe, Alabama 8:45.15, 2. Ian Connor, Ohio State 8:45.24, 3. Chris Dugan, NC State 8:45.99, 4. Steve Slattery, Colorado 8:47.50, 5. Ryan Pirtle, Missouri 8:49.19, 6. Michael Spence, Princeton 8:53.41, 7. Janerik Salo, S. Florida 8:58.14, 8. Luke Watson, Notre Dame 9:01.72, 9. Joel Atwater, Weber State 9:04.64, - Cesar Perez-Segovia, UTEP DNF. Heat 2: 1. Anthony Famiglietti, Tennessee 8:46.09, 2. Billy Herman, N. Arizona 8:46.48, 3. Chuck Sloan, Oklahoma St. 8:47.29, 4. Solomon Kandie, Tulane 8:48.44, 5. Jared Cordes, Wisconsin 8:49.85, 6. Shane Rogers, Air Force 8:49.89, 7. Carlos Suarez-Gonzalez, UTEP 8:51.54, 8. Eric Pierce, Minnesota 8:52.33, 9. Danny Lincoln, Arkansas 8:58.44, 10. Sean MacMillan, Pennsylvania 9:07.99.

Final MEN'S 3,000 METER STEEPLECHASE 1. Tim Broe, Alabama 8:39.03, 2. Ian Connor, Ohio State 8:41.16, 3. Solomon Kandie, Tulane 8:42.07, 4. Anthony Famiglietti, Tennessee 8:42.49, 5. Jared Cordes, Wisconsin 8:42.57, 6. Chuck Sloan, Oklahoma St. 8:42.60, 7. Steve Slattery, Colorado 8:43.82, 8. Chris Dugan, NC State 8:45.56, 9. Billy Herman, N. Arizona 8:49.14, 10. Shane Rogers, Air Force 8:54.10, 11. Carlos Suarez-Gonzalez, UTEP 8:56.38, 12. Ryan Pirtle, Missouri 9:01.54.

Final MEN'S 5,000 METER RUN 1. Brad Hauser, Stanford 13:48.80, 2. Matt Lane, William/Mary 13:49.92, 3. Murray Link, Arkansas 13:50.89, 4. Brent Hauser, Stanford 13:51.22, 5. Tim Broe, Alabama 13:52.94, 6. Jonathan Riley, Stanford 13:54.61, 7. Fraser Thompson, Butler 13:58.07, 8. Jorge Torres, Colorado 14:04.18, 9. Mike Klass, Colorado St. 14:08.26, 10. Bolota Asmerom, California 14:13.94, 11. Gabe Jennings, Stanford 14:14.79, 12. David Bazzi, Washington 14:20.29, 13. Chris Merkley, Utah 14:25.99, 14. Eric Savoth, Georgetown 14:30.29, 15. Alistair Cragg, SMU 14:44.90, 16. Isaiah Festa, Arizona St. 15:02.18, - Sharif Karie, Arkansas DNF, - Ron Roybal, Colorado DNF, - Jay Schoenfelder, Wisconsin DNF.

Final MEN'S 10,000 METER RUN 1. Brad Hauser, Stanford 30:38.57, 2. Jason Balkman, Stanford 30:38.92, 3. Jason Lehmkuhle, Drake 30:41.73, 4. Brent Hauser, Stanford 30:42.17, 5. Stetson Steele, Iowa 30:45.67, 6. Steve Schell, Michigan St. 30:49.45, 7. Ryan Shay, Notre Dame 30:54.65, 8. Matt Downin, Wisconsin 30:58.41, 9. Stephen Ondieki, Fairleigh Di 31:00.18, 10. Adam Dailey, Arkansas 31:11.90, 11. Justin Young, Butler 31:13.64, 12. Fasil Bizuneh, Arizona St. 31:16.52, 13. Mike Wisniewski, Michigan 31:17.28, 14. Vinny Mulvey, Iona 31:19.36, 15. Louis Luchini, Stanford 31:22.62, 16. Scott Langefeld, Texas A&M 31:27.84, 17. Thomas Murley, Stanford 31:31.71, 18. Don Conrad, Stanford 31:31.92, 19. Steve Bohan, W. Virginia 31:52.60, 20. Justin McCarthy, Georgetown 31:59.77.

Preliminaries MEN'S 110 METER HURDLES Heat 1: (w:1.2): 1. Adrian Woodley, Syracuse 13.60, 2. Sherman Armstrong, Illinois 13.75, 3. D'Marcus Brown, Arkansas 13.77, 4. Ron Andrews, Kent 13.96, 5. Sean Lightfoot, Arkansas 13.99, 6. Arend Watkins, Wash. State 14.09. Heat 2: (w:1.1): 1. Aubrey Herring, Indiana St. 13.57, 2. Ron Bramlett, Alabama 13.63, 3. Kenneth Fambro, Alabama 13.82, 4. Todd Matthews, Clemson 13.90, 5. Bashir Ramzy, Texas A&M 13.91, 6. Jermaine Cooper, Texas 13.95, 7. Greg Scott, LSU 14.05. Heat 3: (w:1.0): 1. Terrence Trammell, So. Carolina 13.61, 2. Wenston Riley, So. Miss. 13.98, 3. Kris Allen, Texas A&M 13.98, 4. Eddie Jackson, Arkansas 13.99, 5. Tony Galaviz, Sacramento 14.00, 6. Ryan Wilson, USC 14.00, 7. Matt Rush, Tennessee 14.05.

Semi-Final MEN'S 110 METER HURDLES Heat 1: (w:0.9): 1. Terrence Trammell, So. Carolina 13.64, 2. Todd Matthews, Clemson 13.68, 3. Adrian Woodley, Syracuse 13.69, 4. D'Marcus Brown, Arkansas 13.72, 5. Wenston Riley, So. Miss. 13.76, 6. Eddie Jackson, Arkansas 13.78, 7. Bashir Ramzy, Texas A&M 13.80, 8. Sean Lightfoot, Arkansas 14.01. Heat 2: (w:0.6): 1. Aubrey Herring, Indiana St. 13.54, 2. Ron Bramlett, Alabama 13.58, 3. Kenneth Fambro, Alabama 13.74, 4. Kris Allen, Texas A&M 13.84, 5. Tony Galaviz, Sacramento 13.85, 6. Ron Andrews, Kent 13.87, 7. Jermaine Cooper, Texas 14.04, - Sherman Armstrong, Illinois FS.

Final MEN'S 110 METER HURDLES (w:-0.3): 1. Terrence Trammell, So. Carolina 13.43, 2. Aubrey Herring, Indiana St. 13.49, 3. Todd Matthews, Clemson 13.57, 4. Ron Bramlett, Alabama 13.67, 5. D'Marcus Brown, Arkansas 13.78, 6. Adrian Woodley, Syracuse 13.81, 7. Kenneth Fambro, Alabama 13.95, 8. Kris Allen, Texas A&M 14.05.

Preliminaries MEN'S 400 METER HURDLES Heat 1: 1. Sam Glover, Arkansas 49.58, 2. Felix Sanchez, USC 49.72, 3. Adrian Mann, Florida 49.96, 4. Travis McAshan, Texas A&M 50.41, 5. Fred Sharpe, Clemson 50.43, 6. Mark LeDoux, Lamar 50.65, 7. Greg Christie, Houston 52.48. Heat 2: 1. Sherman Armstrong, Illinois 49.73, 2. Edridge Darling, Tulane 50.52, 3. LaBoris Bean, Oklahoma 50.84, 4. Michael Brown, Villanova 50.85, 5. Brett Guymon, Utah State 51.16, 6. Kyle Grossarth, BYU 52.16, 7. Iain Harnden, Florida St. 52.35. Heat 3: 1. Bayano Kamani, Baylor 50.00, 2. Michael Smith, Baylor 50.41, 3. John Hall, UCLA 50.44, 4. David Aaron, Texas 50.50, 5. D'Marcus Brown, Arkansas 50.98, 6. Jeff Ellis, N. Carolina 51.54.

Final MEN'S 400 METER HURDLES 1. Felix Sanchez, USC 48.41, 2. Bayano Kamani, Baylor 48.43, 3. Sherman Armstrong, Illinois 48.61, 4. Sam Glover, Arkansas 49.08, 5. Adrian Mann, Florida 49.83, 6. Travis McAshan, Texas A&M 50.33, 7. Fred Sharpe, Clemson 51.06, 8. Michael Smith, Baylor 51.14.

Preliminaries MEN'S 4X100 METER RELAY Heat 1: 1. TCU 38.57, 2. Florida 39.04, 3. LSU 39.31, 4. USC 39.47, - BYU DNF, - Clemson DNF. Heat 2: 1. So. Carolina 39.04, 2. Arizona St. 39.26, 3. Auburn 39.52, 4. UT-Arlington 39.72, 5. Wisconsin 39.83, 6. Arkansas 40.10.

Final MEN'S 4X100 METER RELAY 1. Florida 38.35, 2. So. Carolina 38.45, 3. LSU 39.07, 4. Arizona St. 39.16, 5. USC 39.54, 6. Auburn 39.69, 7. UT-Arlington 40.10, - TCU DNF.

Preliminaries MEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY Heat 1: 1. Arkansas 3:02.02, 2. E. Carolina 3:03.23, 3. USC 3:03.31, 4. Texas A&M 3:03.97, 5. Georgia Tech 3:05.30, 6. Tennessee 3:06.26, 7. Auburn 3:06.28. Heat 2: 1. Oklahoma 3:03.28, 2. Baylor 3:03.29, 3. TCU 3:03.69, 4. So. Carolina 3:05.56, 5. LSU 3:05.94, 6. Florida 3:09.49.

Final MEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY 1. Baylor 3:01.46, 2. Arkansas 3:03.14, 3. USC 3:04.22, 4. TCU 3:04.22, 5. Oklahoma 3:04.23, 6. Georgia Tech 3:05.46, 7. E. Carolina 3:05.51, 8. Texas A&M 3:05.54.

Final MEN'S HIGH JUMP 1. Mark Boswell, Texas 2.31m (7-07), 2. David Furman, Florida 2.25m (7-04.50), 3. Kenny Evans, Arkansas 2.25m (7-04.50), 4. Lavar Miller, Arkansas 2.22m (7-03.25), 5. Adam Shunk, Ball State 2.19m (7-02.25), 5. Shaun Guice, Purdue 2.19m (7-02.25), 7. Jason Boness, Oregon 2.19m (7-02.25), 7. Mustapha Raifak, SMU 2.19m (7-02.25), 7. Tim Bell, Tennessee 2.19m (7-02.25), 10. Jeff Mueller, (7-00.50), 11. Dave Hoffman, Utah State 2.15m (7-00.50), 11. Charles Clinger, Weber State 2.15m (7-00.50), 11. Joey Brunkhorst, Iowa State 2.15m (7-00.50), 15. Nick Decker, Houston 2.15m (7-00.50), 16. Shaun Kologinczak, Nebraska 2.11m (6-11), - William Montgomery, UNC Charlott NH, - Ryan Fitzpatric, Purdue NH, - Adrian Shears, Norfolk NH, - Marc Chenn, BYU NH, - Ronald Nelson, Prairie View NH, - Jermichael Watta, N. Car. A&T NH.

Final MEN'S POLE VAULT 1. Russ Buller, LSU 5.60m (18-04.50), 2. Toby Stevenson, Stanford 5.60m (18-04.50), 3. Jeff Dutoit, Arizona 5.50m (18-00.50), 4. Clark Humphreys, Auburn 5.50m (18-00.50), 5. Jon Nance, Texas A&M 5.50m (18-00.50), 6. Jim Davis, Fresno State 5.40m (17-08.50), 6. Jacob Pauli, No. Iowa 5.40m (17-08.50), 8. Matt Phillips, Washington 5.30m (17-04.50), 8. Michael Westlund, Oklahoma 5.30m (17-04.50), 10. Rocky Danners, Tennessee 5.30m (17-04.50), 11. Borya Celentano, Long Beach 5.30m (17-04.50), 12. Denis Kholev, USC 5.15m (16-10.75), 13. Brad Tyler, Arkansas St. 5.15m (16-10.75), 13. Geoff Fairbanks, SW Texas St. 5.15m (16-10.75), 15. Adam Keul, S. F. Austin 5.15m (16-10.75), 15. Eric Eshbach, Nebraska 5.15m (16-10.75), - Brian McLaughlin, UCLA NH, - Brian Hunter, Va. Tech NH, - Michael McNamara, Oklahoma NH.

Final MEN'S LONG JUMP 1. Savante Stringfellow, Mississippi 8.17m w:0.7 (26-09.75), 2. Dwight Phillips, Arizona St. 8.12m w:0.5 (26-07.75), 3. Marcus Thomas, LSU 7.94m w:0.6 (26-00.75), 4. Melvin Lister, Arkansas 7.92m w:0.7 (26-0), 5. Miguel Pate, Alabama 7.77m w:0.3 (25-06), 6. Ronald Nelson, Prairie View 7.77m w:0.8 (25-06), 7. Marshaun West, Notre Dame 7.69m w:0.5 (25-02.75), 8. Darvis Patton, TCU 7.59m w:-0.6 (24-11), 9. Joe Allen, Florida St. 7.58m w:0.3 (24-10.50), 10. Garfield Swaby, SW Texas St. 7.46m w:0.4 (24-05.75), 11. Rephel Martin, UNC Charlott 7.43m w:0.4 (24-04.50), 12. Robert Kennedy, California 7.41m w:0.4 (24-03.75), 13. Santana Moss, Miami - Fla. 7.31m w:0.9 (23-11.75), 14. Clayton Porter, Georgia Tech 7.24m w:0.8 (23-09), 15. Deandre Free, UMKC 7.24m w:0.7 (23-09), 16. Jeremy Taylor, Alabama 7.13m w:0.5 (23-04.75), 17. Len Herring, Wisconsin 6.90m w:0.3 (22-07.75), 18. Delvit Rogers, Memphis 6.84m w:0.3 (22-05.25), 19. Brian Johnson, Southern 6.27m w:0.3 (20-07), - William Montgomery, UNC Charlott FOUL w:NWI.

Final MEN'S TRIPLE JUMP 1. Melvin Lister, Arkansas 16.96m w:0.4 (55-07.75), 2. Chris Hercules, Texas 16.55m w:0.8 (54-03.75), 3. Ike Olekaibe, Purdue 16.47m w:0.9 (54-00.50), 4. Marcus Thomas, LSU 16.41m w:0.1 (53-10.25), 5. Greg Yeldell, Indiana 16.29m w:1.0 (53-05.50), 6. Gregory Hughes, S.W. Mo. St. 16.19m w:0.7 (53-01.50), 7. Rephel Martin, UNC Charlott 16.17m w:0.7 (53-00.75), 8. Malcolm Leason, Georgia Tech 16.02m w:0.7 (52-06.75), 9. Bryant Wesco, La. Tech 15.87m w:0.5 (52-01), 10. Djeke Mambo, USC 15.85m w:-0.3 (52-0), 11. Charles Clinger, Weber State 15.83m w:0.2 (51-11.25), 12. Len Herring, Wisconsin 15.72m w:0.5 (51-07), 13. Bashir Ramzy, Texas A&M 15.65m w:2.2 (51-04.25), 14. Tyson Dillard, N.W. State 15.52m w:0.5 (50-11), 15. Jason Ward, Arkansas 15.52m w:0.9 (50-11), 16. K.J. Mambo, USC 15.43m w:0.1 (50-07.50), 17. Vance Clarke, Miss. St. 15.31m w:1.4 (50-02.75), 18. Demetrius Murray, Wash. State 15.19m w:1.3 (49-10), 19. Delvit Rogers, Memphis 15.19m w:-0.5 (49-10), 20. Kendrick Turner, N.W. State 13.76m w:-0.8 (45-01.75).

Final MEN'S SHOT PUT 1. Joachim Olsen, Idaho 20.26m (66-05.75), 2. Janus Robberts, SMU 20.19m (66-03), 3. Jim Roberts, BYU 20.09m (65-11), 4. Reese Hoffa, Georgia 19.79m (64-11.25), 5. Jarred Rome, Boise State 19.33m (63-05), 6. Anders Holmstrom, Wisconsin 18.91m (62-00.50), 7. Jason Gervais, Wyoming 18.90m (62-00.25), 8. Mark Hoxmeier, Boise State 18.89m (61-11.75), 9. Jason Hammond, Wyoming 18.42m (60-05.25), 10. Scott Denbo, Princeton 18.37m (60-03.25), 11. Alex Forst, LSU 18.37m (60-03.25), 12. Marcus Clavelle, Arkansas 18.10m (59-04.75), 13. Ian Waltz, Wash. State 18.05m (59-02.75), 14. Ben Lindsey, Washington 17.87m (58-07.50), 15. Van Mounts, USC 17.81m (58-05.25), 16. Jeremy Allen, Iowa 17.76m (58-03.25), 17. Chris Spurrier, Purdue 17.71m (58-01.25), 18. Christian Cantwell, Missouri 17.00m (55-09.25), - Jamie Beyer, Iowa State FOUL.

Final MEN'S DISCUS THROW 1. Gabor Mate, Auburn 65.74m (215-08), 2. Jason Gervais, Wyoming 62.82m (206-01), 3. Reedus Thurmond, Auburn 62.06m (203-07), 4. Tolga Koseoglu, Texas A&M 62.02m (203-06), 5. Casey Malone, Colorado St. 61.44m (201-07), 6. Nick Petrucci, N. Arizona 61.12m (200-06), 7. Jarred Rome, Boise State 61.00m (200-01), 8. Mark Hoxmeier, Boise State 60.32m (197-11), 9. Ian Waltz, Wash. State 58.72m (192-08), 10. Janus Robberts, SMU 58.64m (192-05), 11. Ben Lindsey, Washington 58.34m (191-05), 12. Brian Trainor, Colorado St. 58.04m (190-05), 13. James Parker, Utah State 57.84m (189-09), 14. Mark Simmons, SMU 57.52m (188-08), 15. Tom Barrett, Illinois St. 57.32m (188-01), 16. Stefanos Konstas, UTEP 56.62m (185-09), 17. Scott Moser, UCLA 55.96m (183-07), 18. Nathan Fanger, Kent 55.48m (182-0), 19. Zech Schiebout, Iowa State 54.78m (179-09), 20. Jason Young, Texas Tech 54.16m (177-08).

Final MEN'S HAMMER THROW 1. Libor Charfreitag, SMU 77.22m (253-04), 2. Andras Haklits, Georgia 76.28m (250-03), 3. Janne Vartia, UTEP 71.90m (235-11), 4. James Parker, Utah State 71.80m (235-07), 5. Norbert Horvath, USC 70.68m (231-11), 6. Erick Kingston, Va. Tech 67.56m (221-08), 7. Tom Barrett, Illinois St. 65.34m (214-04), 8. Matthew Kavanagh, Kentucky 65.28m (214-02), 9. Javier Nieto, LSU 63.64m (208-09), 10. Chris Brown, Purdue 62.50m (205-01), 11. Arno Vd Westhuizen, Iowa 62.06m (203-07), 12. Thomas Freeman, Manhattan 60.96m (200-0), 13. Matt Pagliasotti, Pennsylvania 60.84m (199-07), 14. Dagan Massey, USC 60.70m (199-02), 15. Carey Ryan, DePaul 60.30m (197-10), 16. Jason Gervais, Wyoming 60.06m (197-0), 17. Steve Dunbar, New Mexico 58.34m (191-05), - Scott Russell, Kansas FOUL, - Szabolcs Maroti, USC FOUL.

Final MEN'S JAVELIN THROW 1. Esko Mikkola, Arizona 72.62m (238-03), 2. Brian Kollar, Virginia 72.20m (236-10), 3. Kestutis Celiesius, N. Carolina 71.44m (234-04), 4. Mats Nilsson, UTEP 71.32m (234-0), 5. Latrell Frederick, N.W. State 70.18m (230-03), 6. Justin St.Clair, Washington 68.04m (223-03), 7. Kevin Bateman, Florida Int. 66.86m (219-04), 8. Blake Theriot, LSU 66.60m (218-06), 9. Ron White, E. Illinois 66.54m (218-04), 10. Nathan Junius, Tulane 66.44m (218-0), 11. Toby Colyer, Tennessee 66.22m (217-03), 12. Bouna Diop, SMU 65.98m (216-06), 13. Cory Lehman, Nebraska 65.86m (216-01), 14. Christopher Clever, Harvard 65.78m (215-10), 15. Scott Russell, Kansas 65.76m (215-09), 16. Craig Nall, LSU 65.74m (215-08), 17. Chad Wassink, Stanford 65.72m (215-07), 18. Ola Larsen, Arizona 64.36m (211-02), 19. George Hoover, Ohio State 60.48m (198-05), 20. Travis Grasha, Texas A&M 57.84m (189-09).

Final MEN'S DECATHLON 1. Bevan Hart, California 8002, 2. Claston Bernard, LSU 7806, 3. Boris Kawohl, Tennessee 7788, 4. Stephen Harris, Tennessee 7651, 5. Santiago Lorenzo, Oregon 7543, 6. Curtis Pugsley, BYU 7531, 7. Jacob Predmore, Washington 7426, 8. Jason Wilson, So. Miss. 7310, 9. Aaron Moser, Miami - Fla. 7273, 10. Scott Wenholz, Fresno State 7235, 11. Josh Jones, Liberty 7222, 12. Andy Giesler, Clemson 7219, 13. Andy Morris, Kansas 7172, 14. Pat Buckheit, Tennessee 7022, 15. Espen Strindeberg, Missouri 6927, 16. Nic McGhie, Boise State 6696, 17. Aaron Smith, Texas A&M 6334.

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