Bruins Tied for 19th After Third Day of NCAA Championships
June 11, 2004
Austin, TX - At the conclusion of the third day of the 2004 NCAA Championships, held at Texas' Mike A. Myers Stadium, the Bruin men are tied for 19th with four points.
CBS (Channel 2 in Los Angeles) will broadcast a two hour 2004 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship show on tape-delay next Saturday, June 19, at 1:00 PM P.S.T.
Men (Top-five after six events) - 1. Arkansas 25, 2. Florida 23, 3. TCU 18, 4. SMU 16, 5. Texas Tech 13
Final Event Results
Discus - Senior Dan Ames was fourth in heat two, throwing 179-3 (54.63m). He finished 16th overall.
Decathlon (Day 1) - In the first day of the decathlon, senior Chris Staton scored 3,652 points. In the 100m, he ran 11.23 (+2.7, 810 points). In the long jump, he had a mark of 21-11.75 (6.70m, 743 points). In the shot put, he threw 39-8.75 (12.11m, 613 points). In the high jump, he cleared 6-6.75 (2.00m, 803 points). And, in the 400m, he ran 52.97 (683 points). Staton is currently 21st overall. The decathlon will conclude tomorrow.
Preliminary Track Results (Top nine advance to the finals.)
400m - Senior Denye' Versher finished fourth in heat three, 21st overall, in 46.97. In the fourth and final heat, sophomore Craig Everhart finished second in 46.20.
400m Hurdles - Junior Jonathan Williams and sophomore Brandon Johnson competed in the fourth and final heat of the 400m hurdles. Williams finished second, 11th overall, in 50.83. Johnson was fourth, 17th overall, in 51.24.