Four Sun Devils Set to Compete at NACAC Track & Field Meet

July 5, 2006

TEMPE, Ariz. - Four members of the Arizona State University track and field program will travel to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, this weekend to compete in the North American-Central American-Caribbean (NACAC) Under-23 Track and Field Championships. The Sun Devils will be represented by two men and two women at the international meet, including three distance athletes.

The Sun Devil contingent will be made up of Aaron Aguayo (5,000m run), Jacquelyn Johnson (heptathlon), Jenna Kingma (5,000m run) and Ryan Warrenburg (3,000m steeplechase). Warrenburg will be the first to compete as he runs in the finals of the steeple event on Friday morning while Kingma is set to run Saturday night and Aguayo on Sunday morning. Johnson, the 2006 NCAA heptathlon champion, will compete on Saturday and Sunday.

ASU last had competitors in the event in 2004 when Johnson won the heptathlon by 417 points and Cassandra Reed combined with Dehashia Trottier, Charlette Griggs and Monique Henderson to take gold in the 4x400m relay.

For more information on the meet, visit the USA Track & Field web site.

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