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Marshall Jr. Sets Program Record as ASU Closes Out Day Two in L.A.

May 15, 2021

LOS ANGELES - After 34 long years, there's a new name atop ASU's 110H list. Freshman Jamar Marshall Jr. knocked off Andrew Parker's record 13.51 time with a 13.49 prelim performance Saturday afternoon at Southern California's Katherine B. Loker Stadium. Marshall's time was the fastest in the qualifying round and ties the best conference performance in the event from the 2019 season.

Weekend live results
If Marshall can repeat his performance Sunday in the finals, it'll be the first sub-13.50 time the conference has seen in a final since USC's Aleec Harris in 2014 (13.35). Parker holds both of ASU's two 110H conference titles, earning them back-to-back in 1986 and '87.

Marshall wasn't the only Sun Devil turning heads in that race either. Kentre Patterson ran a 13.56 PR that slides him into third on the ASU all-time list. If Kentre can beat Parker's time, he and Marshall will have the top two spots in both the outdoor 110 and indoor 60H. Marshall (7.59) and Patterson (7.66) claimed the top of the 60H list on Feb. 27 this year. 
In field events, ASU celebrated first years Dylan James and Jorinde van Klinken. James went 7.77m/25-6 in the long jump finals which tied for second and set a new PR for the Aussie. Van Klinken threw 17.25m/56-7.25 which earned her second as well and brought ASU it's fourth throwing medal of the week.

The Maroon and Gold will be well represented in the 100m dash finals tomorrow with Austin Kratz, Jalen Drayden and Antonio Mitchell all qualifying. Kratz ran a 10.34 to lead ASU's sprinters and was a hair off from entering the all-time top-10 list (10.30).
Katie Eidem wrapped up the heptathlon Saturday, recording 5,341 points. It's a new PR for her and bumps slots her into fifth all-time at ASU.

The Sun Devils closed out day two with a dominant performance in the pole vault from Hayley Rayburn, Savanna Hanson and Tommi Hintanus. The trio all finished in the top three, with Hintnaus and Rayburn tying for second at 4.15m/13-7.25 and Hanson tying for third at 4.10m/13-5/25. Hintanus recorded a slight PR with the mark, adding a fourth of an inch to her all-time best.
The final day of the Pac-12 Championships kicks off Sunday at 1:15 p.m. with the men's discus. The opening events will stream on, and at 3:00 p.m. the Pac-12 Network will cover the rest of the competition.
Pac-12 Championships Day Two
110H prelim
Jamar Marshall Jr. - 1st, 13.49 - Program record
Kentre Patterson - 2nd, 13.56 - ASU third all-time
100H prelim
Keira Christie-Galloway - 9th, 13.75
800m prelim
Adam Meyer - 14th, 1:52.86
Conant Smith - 16th, 1:53.07
Bianca Tinoco - 21st, 2:10.56
400m prelim
Dubem Nwachukwu - 13th, 47.82
Arius Williams - 10th, 55.08
100m prelim
Austin Kratz - 5th, 10.34 - Q, PR 
Jalen Drayden - 6th, 10.37 - Q
Antonio Mitchell - 8th, 10.43 - Q
Josephine Anokye - 14th, 11.82
3K Steeplechase
Joseph Dicke - 13th, 9:57.11
Shot put
Jared Tracy - 11th, 16.59m/54-5.25
Jorinde van Klinken - 2nd, 17.25m/56-7.25
Long Jump
Dylan James - T-2nd, 7.77m/25-6 - PR
Ta'nalya Gordon - 5th, 6.23m/20-5.25
Amanda Carty - 6th, 6.22m/20-5
Christina Warren - 8th, 5.97m/19-7
Pole Vault
Tommi Hintnaus - T2, 4.15m/13-7.25 - PR
Hayley Rayburn - T2, 4.15m/13-7.25
Sevanna Hanson - T3, 4.10m/13-5.25