NCAA Day 2 Women — Two CRs Better Than One For Rogers

Cal’s Camryn Rogers claimed a pair of Collegiate Records in the hammer. (KIRBY LEE/IMAGE OF SPORT)

EUGENE, OREGON, June 10 — The women got their chance to try out the new version of Hayward Field and responded quite nicely, thank you very much. Official attendance at day 2 of the NCAA Championships was 5085 (up 25 from Wednesday) as mostly sunny skies, light breezes and temperatures in the 60s prevailed.

The performer of the day as the women contested 6 finals (and the men wrapped up their decathlon) was Cal hammer thrower Camryn Rogers, with a pair of Collegiate Records.

The competition was very kind to T&FN’s Premeet Formchart, only a handful of Top 5 raters failing to advance on the track: 100 — Symone Mason (LSU) 5; 200 — Kynnedy Flannel (Texas) 5; 400 — Natassha McDonald (Alabama) 3, Kaelin Roberts (USC) 4; 800 — Aaliyah Miller (Baylor) 2; 1500 — Julia Heymach (Stanford) 3, Whitni Orton (BYU) 5; St — Hannah Steelman (NC State) 5; 100H — Daszay Freeman (Arkansas) 4; 400H — Vanessa Watson (Tennessee) 4; 4×4 — Alabama 5.

Those, and other changes in the formchart have apparently reduced the team battle from a 3-way to a 2-way, with LSU (a projected 54) now a fair bit back of Texas A&M (66) and USC (63). That projects for a barnburner finish, as the Aggies and Trojans are slotted at 1 & 2 on the 4×4 chart.

Here are our 6 event reports for Thursday:


To the delight of the locals, Carmela Cardama Baez upset favored Mercy Chelangat in the 10,000. (MIKE SCOTT)

Women’s 10,000: Baez Goes Out In Style

In her final race wearing the yellow and green Oregon jersey, Carmela Cardama Baez said she had just one goal: “This was my last race as a Duck. Tomorrow I have my last final in grad school… I came here to have fun.”

It appears she succeeded after stalking XC champion Mercy Chelangat of Alabama for most of the race before sprinting away over the final laps to capture her first NCAA title in a PR 32:16.13.

Chelangat, the overwhelming favorite, is slated to return in the 5000 on Saturday. She took the lead immediately and led unflinchingly through halfway in 16:30.6. A half lap later she was jumped by Weber State’s Lexi Thompson and Rice frosh Grace Forbes, but she reined them in within 2 laps.

Cardama, who was runner-up in ’19 to New Mexico’s Weini Kelati by a mere 0.72, this time left nothing to chance. She went past Chelangat with 900 to go, but was unable to get a gap on her until the last lap.

At the bell, the 24-year-old Spaniard, forecast to finish 2nd, sprinted away to a 70.51 closer. The Kenyan had no response and came home in 76.10 for her 32:22.11.

Said Cardama, who covered the last half in 15:45.0 in becoming the No. 4 performer in meet history, “I knew Mercy was really strong, and I knew if I waited too long she might get me in the kick.

“I thought about 2019 a lot these last 2 years. It has been a long time waiting.”

Air Force senior Maria Mettler — not picked for the top 10 — took 3rd in 32:34.05 ahead of Arkansas’s Katie Izzo (32:34.16). Altogether, a record 11 broke 33:00; the previous high had been 8 in ’16. In all, 18 of the 24 notched PRs. /Jeff Hollobaugh/

WOMEN’S 10,000 RESULTS

(June 10)

1. Carmela Cardama Baez’ (Or-Spa) 32:16.13 PR (4, x NCAA) (16:31.1/15:45.0)

(70.51, 2:22.52, 3:37.92, 4:54.26);

2. **Mercy Chelangat’ (Al-Ken) 32:22.11 (7, x NCAA)

(76.10, 2:28.27, 3:44.11, 5:00.44);

3. Maria Mettler (AF) 32:34.05 PR

(71.65, 2:29.04, 3:47.24, 5:05.12);

4. *Katie Izzo (Ar) 32:34.16 PR

(71.51, 2:28.67, 3:47.15, 5:05.47);

5. Haley Herberg (Wa) 32:35.59 PR

(73.10, 2:30.37, 3:49.04, 5:07.42);

6. Clare O’Brien (Boise) 32:36.96 PR

(74.65, 2:33.10, 3:50.74, 5:08.57);

7. ***Grace Forbes (Rice) 32:38.91

(76.77, 2:34.15, 3:52.27, 5:10.64);

8. ***Kelsey Chmiel (NCSt) 32:45.83 PR

(73.30, 2:30.22, 3:47.66, 5:05.06);

9. Poppy Tank’ (Ut-GB) 32:50.57 PR; 10. *Amanda Vestri (Syr) 32:52.74; 11. *Jessa Hanson (NnAz) 32:55.24 PR; 12. Abbey Wheeler (Prov) 33:04.56 PR; 13. Lexie Thompson (Web) 33:06.95 PR; 14. *Cailie Logue (IaSt) 33:07.63 PR; 15. Annie Heffernan (Syr) 33:09.83 PR; 16. Stephanie Sherman (Tol) 33:25.31 PR; 17. *Clio Ozanne-Jaques’ (Ms-Aus) 33:26.86 PR; 18. Lynsie Gram (MiSt) 33:28.33 PR; 19. **Chandler Horton (Char) 33:41.34 PR; 20. India Johnson (MiSt) 33:44.88; 21. **Jessi Larson (Mi) 33:54.70; 22. **Ashley Tutt (NnIl) 33:58.63; 23. **Katie Rose Blachowicz (NDm) 34:42.50;… dnf—Abby Nichols (Co).

(best-ever mark-for-NCAA-place: 8–15)


Women’s Pole Vault: Gunnarsson Perfect

Third as a Virginia Tech frosh in ’18 and now an LSU junior, Lisa Gunnarsson added the NCAA Outdoor crown to the Indoor title she won in March. She was the only vaulter to march through the competition without a miss. At least no misses until she had bagged her victory at 14-5¼ (4.40).

The 21-year-old Swede placed 2nd at the World Juniors (U20) 3 years ago and is now coached as a Tiger by Mondo Duplantis’s dad Greg. The formchart favorite and highest collegian this season — 14-11½/4.56 in winning at the Indoor — she sailed through as other name competitors faltered.

With the ’19 final a senior-heavy affair, the runway was populated by a mostly new cast of characters. Eleven got over 13-9¼ (4.20), where Gunnarsson opened.

The next setting, 14-1¼ (4.30) whittled the contenders to 7, and 4 of the 5 who cleared 14-3¼ (4.35) all occupied top-5 spots on the premeet formchart. The fifth was a surprise, East Carolina junior Sommer Knight, who came into the meet with a 14-½ (4.28) PR.

As the bar was raised to 14-5¼ (4.40), Gunnarsson led on the countback from Lauren Martinez of Arkansas, who had also cleared 14-3¼ (4.35) on her first go. Gunnarsson flew over on first try with plenty of air to spare. None of the rest essayed any especially close attempts.

The winner, whose PR of 15-1 (4.60) dates from the ’18 Texas Relays — she has dealt with foot injuries in the years since — elected after conferencing with Duplantis to jump at 14-9 (4.50). She bailed out of her first attempt in the air and missed on her last two.

“Today I mean, the weather wasn’t great [in the 60s with light breezes] so we didn’t jump as high as we could but it means that I can be stable, that I can jump in any weather,” said Gunnarsson, “and that’s really important for a pole vaulter in general. So that’s what it means to me. And then the 10 points and the individual title on top of that, of course.” /Sieg Lindstrom/

WOMEN’S POLE VAULT RESULTS

(June 10)

1. *Lisa Gunnarsson’ (LSU-Swe) 14-5¼ (4.40)

(13-9¼, 14-1¼, 14-3¼, 14-5¼, 14-9 [xxx]) (4.20, 4.30, 4.35, 4.40, 4.50 [xxx]);

2. Lauren Martinez (Ar) 14-3¼ (4.35)

(13-3½ [2], 13-9¼, 14-1¼ [3], 14-3¼, 14-5¼ [xxx])

(4.05 [2], 4.20, 4.30 [3], 4.35, 4.40 [xxx]);

3. tie, *Sommer Knight (ECar) & *Tuesdi Tidwell (Bay) 14-3¼ (Knight PR)

(13-3½, 13-9¼, 14-1¼, 14-3¼ [2], 14-5¼ [xxx]) (4.05, 4.20, 4.30, 4.35 [2], 4.40 [xxx]);

5. Kayla Smith (Ga) 14-3¼

(13-3½, 13-9¼ [2], 14-1¼ [2], 14-3¼ [3], 14-5¼ [xxx]) (4.05, 4.20 [2], 4.30 [2], 4.35 [3], 4.40 [xxx]);

6. ***Sydney Horn (HPt) 14-1¼ (4.30)

(13-3½, 13-9¼, 14-1¼, 14-3¼ [xxx]) (4.05, 4.20, 4.30, 4.35 [xxx]);

7. Chinne Okoronkwo (TxT) 14-1¼

(13-3½ [2], 13-9¼ [2], 14-1¼, 14-3¼ [xxx]) (4.05 [2], 4.20 [2], 4.30, 4.35 [xxx]);

8. tie, Sophia Franklin (MiSt) & **Samantha Van Hoecke (Ks) 13-9¼ (4.20); 10. tie, Morgan Fossen (EnWa) &. Helen Falda’ (SD-Ita) 13-9¼ (Fossen PR); 12. tie, ***Mackenzie Hayward (Ar), *Madelyn Lundberg (GCan), ***Sarah Brown (Char) & **Anna Watson (In) 13-3½ (4.05); 16. tie, **Aliyah Welter (Louis), ***Gennifer Hirata (SD), **Bailee McCorkle (Ar) & Sydney King (Ok) 13-3½;… nh—Rachel Baxter (VaT), ***Leah Pasqualetti (Kent), **Hayley Horvath (Tows), Kaylee Bizzell (SFA), ***Lyndsey Reed (Ms).


Tara Davis went into full Hook ’em Horns mode after her long jump victory. (KIRBY LEE/IMAGE OF SPORT)

Women’s Long Jump: Davis In A Squeaker

Tara Davis entered the competition as the overwhelming favorite after her 23-5¼ (7.14) at the Texas Relays broke the Collegiate Record, but her eventual winning margin turned out to be only three-quarters of an inch.

After the first 3 rounds the Texas soph found herself in 2nd at 21-4¾ (6.52). She was behind Georgia frosh Jasmine Moore’s 21-8¼ (6.61) and just barely ahead of Oregon’s Alysah Hickey, whose 21-4 (6.50) was 2 inches in front of fellow frosh Claire Bryant of Florida.

There were no improvements from the leaders in round 4, but in round 5 Moore improved to 21-10 (6.65) to extend her lead, only to have NCAA Indoor champ Davis respond with 21-11¾ (6.70) to take over the top spot. A big improvement came from busy Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M, who leaped from 7th to 3rd with her 21-6¼ (6.56).

In round 6 Gittens nearly pulled off the upset when she came within three-quarters of an inch of Davis with her 21-11 (6.68). That moved her ahead of Moore, who fouled, for 2nd. Davis’s 21-11½ (6.69) final leap would still have won the competition, but her margin of victory was still a lot closer than expected as she failed to crack 22ft for the first time in 6 outdoor meets this year.

Georgia Tech’s Bria Matthews end up in 4th with a PR-equaling 21-7¼ (6.58) closer, while neither Hickey nor Bryant improved to finish 5th and 6th.

Davis became the event’s first Longhorn winner and the 22-year-old California native celebrated by taking a victory lap wearing cowboy boots and hat. Giddy up. /Brian Russell/

WOMEN’S LONG JUMP RESULTS

(June 10; winds ranged from +2.5 to –1.1)

1. **Tara Davis (Tx) 21-11¾ (6.70)

(f, 21-4¾, f, 21-4¼, 21-11¾, 21-11½) (f, 6.52, f, 6.51, 6.70, 6.69);

2. *Tyra Gittens’ (TxAM-Tri) 21-11 (6.68)

(20-10½, 20-5¼, 20-5¼, 20-3, 21-6¼, 21-11) (6.36, 6.23, 6.23, 6.17, 6.56, 6.68);

3. ***Jasmine Moore (Ga) 21-10 (6.65)

(f, f, 21-8¼, 20-10¾, 21-10, f) (f, f, 6.61, 6.37, 6.65, f);

4. Bria Matthews (GaT) 21-7¼ (6.58) =PR

(21-2½w, 19-10¾, 20-8½, 20-4½, 21-3½, 21-7¼) (6.46w, 6.06, 6.31, 6.21, 6.49, 6.58);

5. ***Alysah Hickey (Or) 21-4 (6.50)

(19-10¾, 19-6¾, 21-4, 20-7, 19-10¼, 20-½) (6.06, 5.96, 6.50, 6.27, 6.05, 6.11);

6. ***Claire Bryant (Fl) 21-2 (6.45)

(20-9¾, 20-11¼, 21-2, 20-1½, 20-6½, 21-1¼) (6.34, 6.38, 6.45, 6.13, 6.26, 6.43);

7. *Deborah Acquah’ (TxAM-Gha) 20-11¾ (6.39)

(f, 20-10¾, 20-2½, 20-8, 20-11¾, 19-7) (f, 6.37, 6.16, 6.30, 6.39, 5.97);

8. *Ruth Usoro’ (TxT-Ngr) 20-10½ (6.36)

(f, f, 20-10½, 20-4¼, 20-7¾, 20-3¾) (f, f, 6.36, 6.20, 6.29, 6.19);

9. ***Jada Seaman (Va) 20-10½ (6.36); 10. ***Shaniya Benjamin (SFl) 20-10 (6.35); 11. *G’Auna Edwards (Ar) 20-10; 12. Leah Moran (In) 20-7¾ (6.29); 13. *Monae’ Nichols (TxT) 20-7¼ (6.28); 14. Mercy Abire’ (LSU-Ngr) 20-7¼; 15. Rhesa Foster (Or) 20-6½ (6.26); 16. Taishia Pryce’ (KsSt-Jam) 20-5¾ (6.24); 17. **Titiana Marsh (Ga) 20-3¾ (6.19); 18. Samiyah Samuels (Hous) 20-1 (6.12); 19. *Aliyah Whisby (LSU) 19-11¾ (6.09); 20. *Alex Madlock (Bay) 19-9 (6.02); 21. Kieshonna Brooks’ (Ms-StK) 19-8¾ (6.01); 22. Jasmyn Steels (NWnLa) 19-8 (5.99); 23. **Khyasia Caldwell (Va) 19-3½ (5.88); 24. Taryn Milton (TxAM) 18-10¾ (5.76).


Women’s Shot: Last-Round Fireworks

Indoor winner Adelaide Aquilla was a healthy favorite, but her win didn’t come easily at all. The yearly collegiate leader at 62-8¾ (19.12) had pedestrian efforts of 57-7¾ (17.57) and 57-4¾ (17.49) and a foul in the first three rounds. That left her in 4th, looking up at leader Khayla Dawson of Indiana (59-¼/17.99) by almost a foot and a half.

Almost out of view in 7th (56-4½/17.18) was Wisconsin soph Josie Schaefer. More on her later.

Things didn’t get any better for Ohio State junior Aquilla in the fourth round, which produced an unremarkable 55-0 (16.76). Schaefer, meanwhile, fouled and fell to 8th. Again, more on her later.

The world changed in round 5 as Schaefer improved by almost a meter, her 59-4¼ (18.09) equaling her PR from indoors in January. Suddenly she had gone from 8th to 1st. That spurred Aquilla into action, finally taking the lead back at 59-7½ (18.17).

The stage was set for a scintillating final round, and it delivered. Schaefer joined the 60-foot club with another PR, 60-¼ (18.29), reclaiming the lead. But Aquilla quickly confirmed her supremacy, putting things away with the No. 4 mark in meet history, 62-3¼ (18.98).

There was one more improvement, that by Akealy Moton, who PRed at 59-5 (18.11) to claim 3rd from Dawson. The versatile North Dakota State soph had split her time on the day, also throwing in the javelin, where she took 13th. /Garry Hill/

WOMEN’S SHOT RESULTS

(June 10)

1. *Adelaide Aquilla (OhSt) 62-3¼ (18.98) (4, 4 NCAA)

(57-7¾, 57-4¾, f, 55-0, 59-7½, 62-3¼) (17.57, 17.49, f, 16.76, 18.17, 18.98);

2. **Josie Schaefer (Wi) 60-¼ (18.29) PR (11, x NCAA)

(53-11¾, 55-7, 56-4½, f, 59-4¼ =PR, 60-¼) (16.45, 16.94, 17.18, f, 18.09, 18.29);

3. **Akealy Moton (NDSt) 59-5 (18.11) PR

(55-7¾, 55-1, 58-5¼, 56-11¼, f, 59-5) (16.96, 16.79, 17.81, 17.35, f, 18.11);

4. Khayla Dawson (In) 59-¼ (17.99)

(57-2, f, 59-¼, 55-9¼, f, f) (17.42, f, 17.99, 17.00, f, f);

5. *Latavia Maines (Tn) 58-4½ (17.79)

(51-7, f, 57-8¼, 55-10½, 51-10, 58-4½) (15.72, f, 17.58, 17.03, 15.80, 17.79);

6. Lagi Tausaga (Ia) 56-8¾ (17.29)

(f, 56-8¾, f, f, f, f) (f, 17.29, f, f, f, f);

7. *Samantha Noennig (Az) 56-7½ (17.26)

(56-4, 55-6½, 55-3, 56-7½, f, f) (17.17, 16.93, 16.84, 17.26, f, f);

8. Sade Olatoye’ (OhSt-Ngr) 56-7½ (17.26)

(52-6¾, 56-7½, 55-4¾, f, 53-4½, 54-1) (16.02, 17.26, 16.88, f, 16.27, 16.48);

9. **Madison Pollard (In) 56-4½ (17.18); 10. A’Veun Moore-Jones (SnIl) 55-9¼ (17.00) PR; 11. Shelby Gunnells (NDSt) 55-9 (16.99); 12. *Jorinde Van Klinken’ (AzSt-Neth) 55-4¼ (16.87); 13. *Taylor Latimer (KsSt) 55-2¼ (16.82); 14. *Divine Oladipo’ (OhSt-GB) 55-0 (16.76); 15. **Gabrielle Bailey’ (Kent-Jam) 54-10 (16.71); 16. **Payden Montana (Ok) 54-½ (16.47); 17. **Veronica Fraley (Clem) 54-0 (16.46); 18. ***Kat Moody (Ia) 53-11¾ (16.45); 19. ***Maria Deaviz (Va) 53-8¼ (16.36); 20. ***Jalani Davis (Ms) 53-5¾ (16.30); 21. Elena Bruckner (Tx) 52-8¼ (16.06); 22. Maia Campbell (UTSA) 52-5½ (15.99); 23. *Taylor Gorum (Al) 52-0 (15.85); 24. Nickolette Dunbar (Al) 51-7 (15.72).

(best-ever mark-for-NCAA-place: 3–5, 8–at least 15)


Women’s Hammer: 2 CRs For Rogers

Defending champ Camryn Rogers finished even stronger than she started. On this epic day, that was saying a lot.
The Cal junior’s opening 245-11 (74.97) added 17 inches (44cm) to the Collegiate Record set by Arizona State’s Maggie Ewen in ’18 and extended her own PR by 6-2 (1.88).
The new record withstood 4 attempts by Rogers to exceed it; her final throw was the charm on this charmed day. The 22-year-old Canadian tossed a final-round 247-9 (75.52) to raise her own CR and win by a thunderous 13-11 (4.25).
“The plan was to get the job done and to have a great competition and leave it all out on the field and in the circle,” said the ebullient winner. “I think today is a reflection of the really great training sessions we’ve had all year and up until this point.
“On the last one I felt really good when I released it and I got really excited and then I came out and saw what it was. It was kind of a shock. It stopped me for a second and made me so happy.”
There were PRs aplenty, with 7 outright lifetime bests — and one equaled — in the field of 24. In fact, it took a PR to medal, as Shey Taiwo (Mississippi) and Jillian Shippee (North Carolina) brought their best to the fore with 233-10 (71.27) and 227-9 (69.42). Taiwo had been no higher than 5th until her last-round throw made her the American-born collegiate leader.
Frosh Shelby Moran of Arizona State recorded 3 PRs in a row; she started the day at 212-1 (64.65) and left at 216-7 (66.01). On the yearly NCAA list, she entered the competition with the 31st best throw and finished 13th. It was that kind of day. /Mark Cullen/

WOMEN’S HAMMER RESULTS

(June 10)

1. *Camryn Rogers’ (Cal-Can) 247-9 (75.52) CR (old CR old CR 245-11/74.97 Rogers in series)

(245-11 CR [old CR 244-6/74.53 Maggie Ewen [AzSt] ’18], f, 240-7 [x, =7 C; x, 2 NCAA], 237-0 [x, 5 NCAA], 241-2 [x, 7 C; x, 2 NCAA], 247-9) (74.97, f, 73.33, 72.25, 73.52, 75.52);

2. *Shey Taiwo (Ms) 233-10 (71.27) (AmCL) (9, x C; 6, x AmC, NCAA)

(f, 220-0, 218-9, f, 224-10, 233-10) (f, 67.07, 66.69, f, 68.52, 71.27);

3. *Jillian Shippee (NC) 227-9 (69.42) PR

(223-6, 227-9, 220-10, 227-5, f, f) (68.12, 69.42, 67.32, 69.32, f, f);

4. ***Tara Simpson-Sullivan’ (Rice-GB) 225-8 (68.78)

(221-0, 223-0, f, 212-11, 222-10, 225-8) (67.37, 67.99, f, 64.90, 67.93, 68.78);

5. *Beatrice Llano’ (AzSt-Nor) 225-8 (68.78) PR

(216-2, 215-1, 225-8, 219-10, 223-0, 221-7) (65.90, 65.56, 68.78, 67.01, 67.98, 67.54);

6. Maddy Nilles (NDSt) 225-1 (68.61)

(216-11, 221-11, 225-1, f, 217-7, f) (66.12, 67.65, 68.61, f, 66.32, f);

7. Sade Olatoye’ (OhSt-Ngr) 222-7 (67.84)

(f, 221-10, 222-7, 220-9, f, f) (f, 67.62, 67.84, 67.29, f, f);

8. Nayoka Clunis’ (Tn-Jam) 221-1 (67.40) PR


Women’s Javelin: Obst’s Winning Return To Eugene

Marie-Therese Obst came in as the favorite, but she had to overcome not only years of injuries but also a challenge from an unexpected quarter in one of the deepest NCAA javelins ever.

The action started in the first flight when Kari Wolfe of North Dakota State, picked to score a mere point, took the lead with a second-round PR of 180-6 (55.02). She was surprised a few throws later when Fresno State’s Vanja Spaić, just No. 25 on the yearly NCAA list, passed her with a 9-foot PR at 180-8 (55.06), improving her own Bosnian Record.

Auburn senior Kylee Carter, expected to be Obst’s biggest challenger, got off her best throw on her first attempt in the second flight, hitting 180-6 (55.00). Then Georgia senior Obst took her first, hurling the stick into the lead with a 185-1 (56.41) cast.

That lead lasted all of 3 throws, as Arizona State’s Alizee Minard, the Pac-12 winner from France, surprised with the best throw of her life, 190-0 (57.91), a PR by nearly 9-feet. In round 2, Obst put herself back on top with a 191-10 (58.49) and Bucknell’s Maura Fiamoncini went to 3rd with her PR 185-4 (56.48).

After that, only Obst improved among the top finishers. In round 4 she hit 192-1 (58.55) and she went 195-10 (59.69) in round 5. In the 20 editions since the implement changed, only 4 winners have gone farther.

“I don’t think anyone really knows what this means to me,” said the Norwegian winner, 25. Her previous best NCAA finish was 15th in ’18. But she had also competed in Eugene before that, finishing a “super disappointed” 7th at the ’14 World Juniors.

“Since 2014, I’ve become a more humble and patient person,” she said. “I didn’t know that I was going to have the opportunity to come back 7 years later and prove that I can win.

“We’re gonna celebrate tonight.” /Jeff Hollobaugh/

WOMEN’S JAVELIN RESULTS

(June 10)

1. Marie-Therese Obst’ (Ga-Nor) 195-10 (59.69) (6, 10 NCAA)

(185-1, 191-10, 181-4, 192-1, 195-10, 188-8) (56.41, 58.49, 55.27, 58.55, 59.69, 57.51);

2. Alizee Minard’ (AzSt-Fra) 190-0 (57.91) PR

(190-0, 185-0, 172-9, 180-9, 175-4, f) (57.91, 56.40, 52.65, 55.09, 53.45, f);

3. Maura Fiamoncini (Buck) 185-4 (56.48) PR

(177-0, 185-4, 161-5, 170-3, 165-3, 157-7) (53.94, 56.48, 49.21, 51.91, 50.36, 48.03);

4. Vanja Spaić’ (Fres-Bos) 180-8 (55.06) PR

(f, 180-8, f, 172-6, f, 171-2) (f, 55.06, f, 52.59, f, 52.19);

5. *Kari Wolfe (NDSt) 180-6 (55.02) PR

(170-10, 180-6, 165-3, f, f, f) (52.07, 55.02, 50.37, f, f, f);

6. Kylee Carter (Aub) 180-5 (55.00)

(180-5, f, 173-9, 177-10, 176-9, 174-11) (55.00, f, 52.97, 54.21, 53.88, 53.33);

7. *Virginia Miller (Stan) 178-9 (54.49) PR

(176-2, 164-7, 178-9, 166-8, 173-0, 163-11) (53.71, 50.17, 54.49, 50.80, 52.75, 49.96);

8. *Kelechi Nwanaga’ (FlSt-Ngr) 177-9 (54.19)

(f, 175-11, 167-1, f, f, 177-9) (f, 53.63, 50.93, f, f, 54.19);

9. ***Skylar Ciccolini (Mo) 176-2 (53.71); 10. ***Sara Zabarino’ (FlSt-Ita) 175-6 (53.51); 11. **Casey Bogues (Day) 175-2 (53.39); 12. ***Maria Bienvenu (LaL) 175-1 (53.38); 13. **Akealy Moton (NDSt) 175-1 (53.37); 14. *Ashley Carter (Aub) 174-0 (53.04) PR; 15. *Ilaria Casarotto’ (UCLA-Ita) 173-3 (52.80); 16. *Madison Wiltrout (NC) 169-2 (51.56); 17. Laura Paredes (Or) 168-10 (51.46); 18. **Roosa Ylönen’ (UTEP-Fin) 164-11 (50.28); 19. ***Maddie Harris (Nb) 163-11 (49.97); 20. ***Mirta Kulišić’ (Nb-Cro) 163-1 (49.70); 21. ***Rhema Otabor’ (FlInt-Bah) 162-9 (49.60); 22. *Mona Jaidi’ (Mem-Nor) 161-7 (49.27); 23. *Ilhame Tamrouti’ (Loy/Ch-Neth) 155-1 (47.27);… dns—**Arianne Duarte-Morais’ (Fl-Bra).

(best-ever mark-for-NCAA-place: 6–15)

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