USC Men in Second After Day Two

May 31, 2001

The USC Men picked up six more points and are tied for second after day twoof the NCAAs. Only two Trojans remain: triple jumper Djeke Mambo and hurdlerRyan Wilson. USC is shooting for its eighth straight top 10 finish.

Field Finals--

Hammer: Senior Norbert Horvath became an All-American for the third time,finishing third with a season-best mark of 234-5 to pick up six points forthe Trojan men.

Horvath: 'I threw my season best. When I was a sophomore, I threw 242 and Ihad planned on one day throwing further. I was really trying to throwfurther, but it just didn't happen.'

High Jump: Freshman Dawid Jaworski finished 15th with a height of 6-10 1/4.

Track Prelims-

100m: Junior Devon Ward finished seventh in heat two with a time of 10.52 anddid not advance.

400m: Senior Andre Ammons finished fourth in heat three with a time of 46.34and did not advance.

110m HH: Sophomore Ryan Wilson ran 13.72 (wind-aided) to place third in heatone and advance to Friday's semifinals of the high hurdles.

Looking ahead to Friday for the USC men-

110m HH semifinal: Ryan Wilson competes in the only event of the day for theUSC men.

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