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Overby Closes Out Women’s Outdoor Season on Final Day at NCAA Championships

Jun 11, 2022

EUGENE, Ore. - Aislinn Overby made her NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships debut in the women's high jump, finishing 19th overall (1.77m) as the Washington State women's outdoor season came to a close Saturday on day four, the final day of outdoor nationals. 


Overby missed on her first attempt at 1.72m before clearing the bar on her second jump of the day to join the full field of 24 jumpers in the second progression of the afternoon.

On a day with on-and-off rain showers at Hayward Field, the sky
opened up as Overby took her first attempts at 1.77m.  Following an extended meeting with Assistant Coach Doug Fraley, Overby cleared her third jump at 1.77m to move into the final 19.

The Cougars finished the week with two first-team All-Americans as Mitch Jacobson (men's high jump) and Valentina Barrios Bornacelli (women's javelin) collected top-eight finishes.

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WSU Day Four Results:

- Women's High Jump | Aislinn Overby, 1.77m - 5' ft - 9.75" in, 19th overall 


WSU Results Days One-Three: 

Day One

- Men's Pole Vault Final | Jacob Englar –  5.30m/ 17'ft -4.5"inches, 17th overall 

- Men's 3,000m Steeplechase Semifinal | Colton Johnsen -  8:31.64, 7th overall 

Day Two

- Women's 100m Hurdles Semifinal | Micaela De Mello - 13.15, 17th overall   

- Women's Javelin Final  | Valentina Barrios Bornacelli, 54.03m/ 177'ft-3"in, 8th overall 

Day Three

- Men's High Jump Final | Mitch Jacobson - 2.21m - 7'ft -3" in, 5th overall  

- Men's 3000m Steeplechase Final | Colton Johnsen - 8:37.38, 11th overall