Women's Results From Last Chance Qualifying Meets

March 6, 2010

Tori Anthony, Lindsay Rowe and the 4x400m relay team all improved upon their season-best marks on Saturday at Last Chance NCAA Qualifiers.

Anthony, competing in Seattle at the UW Last Chance, cleared 13-5.25 to tie for first overall. She tied with teammate Katy Viuf, who also cleared 13-5.25. However, Anthony's mark does not move her up enough on the NCAA list to advance to the NCAA Indoor (ranks 28th). Viuf, who had a season-best mark of 13-7.25 (tied for 21st) from the MPSF Championships, will also probably not advance to Nationals. Tori Pena, who has a 2010 best of 13-11.25, will compete at the NCAA Indoor meet because she has met the auto standard in the event.

Also in Seattle, Shannon Murakami finished sixth in the 3000m with a time of 9:32.35.

For UW Last Chance Qualifier results, click here.

Rowe, competing in Ames, IA at the Iowa State Last Chance Qualifier, finished fourth in the 60m hurdles with a season-best run of 8.36. Her time moves her to 36th on the NCAA list, but that will not be fast enough to make the Indoor Championships. The 4x400m relay team of Briana Barlow, Joy Eaton, Krishna Curry and Ashlea McLaughlin finished fourth overall with a season-best time of 3:36.23. That time ranks 17th in the NCAA and will most likely not qualify them for the NCAA Indoor meet.

Also in Iowa, Danielle Watson finished third in the long jump with a mark of 20-2.50. RoNecia Nash ran a lifetime-best 24.35 in the 200m to finish fourth overall. She also ran a season-best 7.63 in the 60m to finish sixth overall.

For Iowa State results, click here.

The field for the NCAA Indoor Championships will be announced Monday afternoon. Tori Pena (pole vault) and Ryann Krais (pentathlon) are expected to represent the women's team.

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