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His final lap time of 53.6 seconds in the NCAA regional at the University of Kentucky helped him finished second behind Kiprotich there. Rounding out the finalists were Memphis' Ashley Pryke (186-9) in third, Stanford's Mackenzie Little (181-6) in fourth, Duke's Katelyn Gochenour (178-0) in sixth, Texas A&M's Audrey Malone (175-4) in seventh and Texas's Haley Crouser (174-2) in eighth. Michigan State's Justine Kiprotich, who finished second, kept pace at 54.07, but only one other runner was able to finish beneath the 55-second mark in the final splits.

The NCAA Championships will be broadcast by the ESPN Family of Networks for the duration of the meet.

Their 4x400 time of 2:59:58 gave them they title in the event, and the fifth title in school history. "There are times where we lost a couple points here and there, Florida lost some points here and there". Talking with Knight before his final workout, it was clear that he's confident in his abilities, and with the fastest time in the country this season, he's got a good reason to feel this way. After a slow third heat, London was officially through to his first outdoor 400-meter final with the seventh-best time overall.

Coleman won the 60 meters and 200 meters at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field meet earlier this year, tying the NCAA record in the 60 (6.45 seconds). Grant Holloway crossed the finish line in 4th place and the Gators began celebrating soon after.

She also claimed the Tech school record in the 400 meters last week at the NCAA East Preliminaries quarterfinals when she recorded a time of 52.00 in the race.

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Freshman Maxwell Willis was the lone men's athlete to qualify in two individual events.

On Thursday, the Irish women's middle-distance duo of junior Jessica Harris and graduate student Danielle Aragon advanced to the 1,500m final in back-to-back semifinal heats of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Thursday at Hayward Field.

Senior Veronica Eder picked up her first All-American honors as she finished 14th in the women's 10,000 meters.

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