Cal's Camryn Rogers left 'at a loss for words' after NCAA hammer throw championship
Track & Field
Jun 7, 2019
Cal sophomore Camryn Rogers speaks with Pac-12 Networks after winning the 2019 NCAA Hammer Throw Championship with a throw of 71.50m (234 ft., 7 in.). Rogers said that it felt "amazing to be able to represent my school and to achieve something like this". Her winning distance was good enough to set Cal's school record in the event, and win the Golden Bears' first women's hammer throw title of all time. It was also the best women's hammer throw in the United States this year, and the second-best in Pac-12 conference history. Rogers also spoke about her relationship with her mother, who was able to attend the event and watcher her daughter win an NCAA title.