NCAA Indoor Champs — Women’s Field

Lamara Distin of Texas A&M equaled her own collegiate-leading 6-3½ to win the high jump. (ERROL ANDERSON/THE SPORTING IMAGE)

High Jump: Lamara Distin (Texas A&M) 6-3½

The presumptive favorite coming in, based on her list-leading 6-3½ (1.92), Lamara Distin confirmed that status from the get-go, passing at the 5-8 (1.73) opener, then making her first four heights without a miss.

Tyra Gittens of Texas also passed to begin, but after a pair of makes struggled at 6-1¼ (1.86), needing all three tries. So did LSU’s Nyagoa Bayak, whereas Rachel Glenn of South Carolina was still perfect, so she and Distin shared the lead.

Only Distin (again on first) and Gittens (not until third) made 6-2¼ (1.89) so they were alone at 6-3½ (1.92). Distin got the win when Gittens missed her third at that height. The pressure now off, Distin made her third, tying the Jamaican Record she had set at the SEC.

“Lamara had a big-time jump,” said Aggie head Pat Henry. “She is about as consistent as anybody we’ve ever had in the high jump.” /Garry Hill/

RESULTS

1. *Lamara Distin’ (TxAM-Jam) 6-3½ (1.92) =NR (=CL)

(5-10, 6-0, 6-1¼, 6-2¼, 6-3½ [3], 6-4¼ [xxx]) (1.78, 1.83, 1.86, 1.89, 1.92 [3], 1.94 [xxx]);

2. *Tyra Gittens’ (Tx-Tri) 6-2¼ (1.89)

(5-10, 6-0, 6-1¼ [3], 6-2¼ [3], 6-3½ [xxx]) (1.78, 1.83, 1.86 [3], 1.89 [3], 1.92 [xxx]);

3. **Rachel Glenn (SC) 6-1¼ (1.86)

(5-8, 5-10, 6-0, 6-1¼, 6-2¼ [xxx]) (1.73, 1.78, 1.83, 1.86, 1.89 [xxx]);

4. **Nyagoa Bayak (LSU) 6-1¼ (1.86)

(5-8, 5-10, 6-0, 6-1¼ [3], 6-2¼ [xxx]) (1.73, 1.78, 1.83, 1.86 [3], 1.89 [xxx]);

5. tie, Abigail O’Donoghue (LSU) & *Katie Isenbarger (WnKy) 6-0 (1.83)

(5-8, 5-10, 6-0, 6-1¼ [xxx]) (1.73, 1.78, 1.83, 1.86 [xxx]);

7. ***Jenna Rogers (Nb) 6-0 (1.83); 8. tie, *Rylee Anderson (Ks), *Lucy Corbett (MtSt), **Cierra Tidwell (BYU), ***Josie Taylor’ (Rice-NZ) & ***Elena Kulichenko’ (Ga-Rus) 5-10 (1.78); 13. ***Amaya Ugarte (OhSt) 5-10; 14. *Sidney Sapp (TxT) 5-10; 15. **Charity Griffith (Ball) 5-8 (1.73); 16. **Nissi Kabongo (SFA) 5-8.


Pole Vault: Rachel Baxter (Virginia Tech) 15-1¾

Fourth a year ago, Rachel Baxter had been riding an undefeated streak this season and entered with the year’s highest vault, a 15-1½ (5.61) that tied her for No.5 among collegians all-time.

So yes, the 22-year-old Virginia Tech senior came in as a strong favorite and jumped like it, making her first 6 bars on first attempts. Her 14-9½ (4.51) would be enough to win, but before she ascended one more bar, she watched as competitors sorted themselves out.

The field had winnowed from 11 to a half-dozen at 14-3½ (4.36) and all 6 of those were again successful at 14-5½ (4.41). Baxter teammate Julia Fixsen held onto 2nd with Oklahoma frosh Olivia Lueking, both clearing on their first tries. Tied for 4th were LSU’s Lisa Gunnarsson and High Point’s Sydney Horn after second-attempt clearances. In 6th stood Louisville senior Gabriela Leon, who made it on her third.

Besides Baxter, Horn was the only one who cleared 14-7½ (4.46) on her first attempt, jumping into 2nd. Fixen made it on her third try to slide into 3rd. Gunnarsson and Lueking both went out, while Leon passed after a miss.

After none of her rivals could clear 14-9½, Baxter had the bar raised to a PR 15-1¾ (4.62). She cleared it on her third try, moving into sole possession of the No. 5 collegiate spot all-time. “It means everything to win this title,” she said. /Jeff Hollobaugh/

RESULTS

1. Rachel Baxter (VaT) 15-1¾ (4.62) PR (CL) (5, x C) (in/out: 6, x C)

(13-7¾, 13-11¾, 14-3½, 14-5½, 14-7½, 14-9½, 15-1¾ [3]) (4.16, 4.26, 4.36, 4.41, 4.46, 4.51, 4.62 [3]);

2. ***Sydney Horn (HPt) 14-7½ (4.46) PR

(13-7¾, 13-11¾, 14-3½, 14-5½ [2], 14-7½, 14-9½ [xxx]) (4.16, 4.26, 4.36, 4.41 [2], 4.46, 4.51 [xxx]);

3. *Julia Fixsen (VaT) 14-7½ (4.46)

(13-7¾ [2], 13-11¾, 14-3½, 14-5½, 14-7½ [3], 14-9½ [xxx]) (4.16 [2], 4.26, 4.36, 4.41, 4.46 [3], 4.51 [xxx]);

4. ***Olivia Lueking (Ok) 14-5½ (4.41)

(13-7¾, 13-11¾, 14-3½ [2], 14-5½, 14-7½ [xxx]) (4.16, 4.26, 4.36 [2], 4.41, 4.46 [xxx]);

5. Lisa Gunnarsson’ (LSU-Swe) 14-5½ (4.41)

(13-7¾, 13-11¾, 14-3½, 14-5½ [2], 14-7½ [xxx]) (4.16, 4.26, 4.36, 4.41 [2], 4.46 [xxx]);

6. Gabriela Leon (Louis) 14-5½ (4.41)

(13-7¾, 13-11¾, 14-3½, 14-5½ [3], 14-7½ [xpp], 14-9½ [xx]) (4.16, 4.26, 4.36, 4.41 [3], 4.46 [xpp], 4.51 [xx]);

7. **Elien Vekemans’ (Ar-Bel) 13-11¾ (4.26); 8. **Nastassja Campbell (Ar) 13-11¾; 9. *Lyndsey Reed (Ms) 13-11¾; 10. tie, Chloe Wall (TxT) & *Ariádni Adamopoúlou’ (OkSt-Gre) 13-11¾; 12. tie, ***Marleen Mulla’ (SD-Est) & *Sophia Franklin (MiSt) 13-7¾ (4.16);… nh—Jessica Mercier (Mi), **Erica Ellis (SFA), ***Cailee Faulkner (BYU).

Vault champ Rachel Baxter was ecstatic after finishing off with a PR. (KIRBY LEE/IMAGE OF SPORT)

Long Jump: Jasmine Moore (Florida) 21-6¾

Competing for the first time at a Nationals wearing a Florida jersey, Jasmine Moore — who had finished 8th last year for Georgia — moved into the lead in the first round with a leap of 20-10½ (6.36). After that it got complicated.

Five jumps later, Moore lost the top spot to the opener of Oregon’s Alysah Hickley (21-1½/6.44). A round 2 improvement to 21-1¼ (6.43) still left the Gator soph a centimeter short.

Then a barrage of improvements by her competitors knocked her back to 4th by the end of the round; Hickey strengthened her lead to 21-5¼ (6.53), Taishia Pryce of Kansas State hit 21-3½ (6.49) and Ruth Usoro of Texas Tech got her first fair jump at 21-2¾ (6.47).

Then in round 3, Usoro’s teammate, Monae’ Nichols, flew into the lead with a 21-6¾ (6.57). Jumping two spots later, Moore came within a centimeter at 21-6¼ (6.56). The next round, with the field reordered, Moore jumped before Nichols and produced a 21-6¾ of her own, giving her the top position on the basis of a better backup mark. Nichols kept it competitive, responding with a 21-5½ (6.54) that would leave her an inch short of the win.

Moore finished out her day with leaps of 21-6 (6.55) and 21-2 (6.45). Nichols held onto 2nd, though Deborah Acquah came frightfully close with a last-round 21-6¼. With all of the top three within a centimeter of each other, it was the closest competition in meet history. /Jeff Hollobaugh/

RESULTS

1. **Jasmine Moore (Fl) 21-6¾ (6.57)

(20-10½, 21-1¼, 21-6¼, 21-6¾, 21-6, 21-2) (6.36, 6.43, 6.56, 6.57, 6.55, 6.45);

2. Monae’ Nichols (TxT) 21-6¾ (6.57)

(f, 21-1¼, 21-6¾, 21-5½, 20-3¾, 21-¾) (f, 6.43, 6.57, 6.54, 6.19, 6.42);

3. Deborah Acquah’ (TxAM-Gha) 21-6¼ (6.56)

(20-6½, 21-¾, 21-4, f, 20-11¾, 21-6¼) (6.26, 6.42, 6.50, f, 6.39, 6.56);

4. **Alysah Hickey (Or) 21-5¼ (6.53)

(21-1½, 21-5¼, 20-8, 20-5¾, 20-10, 19-11½) (6.44, 6.53, 6.30, 6.24, 6.35, 6.08);

5. Ruth Usoro’ (TxT-Ngr) 21-4¾ (6.52)

(f, 21-2¾, 21-½, f, 20-5¾, 21-4¾) (f, 6.47, 6.41, f, 6.24, 6.52);

6. Taishia Pryce’ (KsSt-Jam) 21-3½ (6.49)

(20-8½, 21-3½, 21-2¾, 20-3½, f, 20-5¾) (6.31, 6.49, 6.47, 6.18, f, 6.24);

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

(20-5, 20-5, 21-0, 15-9½, 20-10, 21-2) (6.22, 6.22, 6.40, 4.81, 6.35, 6.45);

8. Anna Keefer (NC) 21-½ (6.41)

(20-9¼, 20-9¾, 21-½, 20-7¾, 20-5¼, 20-4½) (6.33, 6.34, 6.41, 6.29, 6.23, 6.21);

9. ***Jasmine Akins (KennSt) 20-10¾ (6.37); 10. *Titiana Marsh (Ga) 20-6½ (6.26); 11. *Tyra Gittens’ (Tx-Tri) 20-6¼ (6.25); 12. **Darby Thomas (Nb) 20-6¼ (6.25); 13. **Ingeborg Gruenwald’ (UTSA-Ger) 20-5¾ (6.24); 14. *Shayla Howell (Wy) 20-5 (6.22); 15. *Charisma Taylor’ (Tn-Bah) 20-2¼ (6.15); 16. Leone Farquharson’ (Corn-Jam) 19-11½ (6.08).


Triple Jump: Jasmine Moore (Fl) 47-9¾ CR

One jump. That’s all it took. Jumping seventh in a 15-athlete field, Florida soph Jasmine Moore reared back and charged down the runway, launching herself off her right foot to hop, step and jump farther than she ever had before, landing at a Collegiate Record 47-9¾ (14.57). That added 2cm to the mark she set in January, and was more than 20cm farther than what anyone else in the field had ever done.

The battle for 1st over, the tussle for 2nd played out with a little more suspense. Natricia Hooper’s big opening 45-10¾ (13.99) raised the prospect of a valuable Gator 1-2. Charisma Taylor of Tennessee went 45-3¾ (13.81) to put herself in 3rd, then was immediately demoted when Texas A&M’s Deborah Acquah bounced 45-6½ (13.88).

Not a bad first round, as only once before in meet history had four women bettered 45-feet.

Hooper went farther in round 2 with her 45-10¾ (13.99). Moore added a 46-7½ (14.21), and Texas Tech’s Rūta Lasmane got on the board with a 45-2¼ (13.77) in 5th.

Round 3 was quiet, with Moore fouling and no one improving. In Round 4, Moore passed her remaining attempts, while Taylor improved to 45-5 (13.84). The next round, Lasmane went 45-6½ (13.88), going past Acquah on a tiebreaker.

Hooper concluded her series with her best 4 leaps all within an inch. Texas frosh Ackelia Smith hit 45-1½ (13.75) to make it a record 6 over 45-feet. And Taylor recaptured 3rd with a 45-9¾ (13.96).

“Today was just so incredible to start off strong, the correct way,” said the victor, who had won the long jump the night before. /Jeff Hollobaugh/

RESULTS

1. **Jasmine Moore (Fl) 47-9¾ (14.57) CR (old CR 47-9/14.55 Moore ’22) (AL) (3, =3 A) (in/out: 3, =14 A; 2, 2 C)

(47-9¾, 46-7½, f, p, p, p) (14.57, 14.21, f, p, p, p);

2. Natricia Hooper’ (Fl-Guy) 45-10¾ (13.99)

(45-10½, 45-10¾, f, 45-9¾, 45-½, 45-10½) (13.98, 13.99, f, 13.96, 13.73, 13.98);

3. *Charisma Taylor’ (Tn-Bah) 45-9¾ (13.96) PR

(45-3¾, 45-3½, f, 45-5, 44-4¾, 45-9¾) (13.81, 13.80, f, 13.84, 13.53, 13.96);

4. **Rūta Lasmane’ (TxT-Lat) 45-6½ (13.88)

(f, 45-2¼, f, 42-8, 45-6½, 44-11½) (f, 13.77, f, 13.00, 13.88, 13.70);

5. Deborah Acquah’ (TxAM-Gha) 45-6½ (13.88) (45-6½, f, 44-1¼, 45-¼, f, 45-½) (13.88, f, 13.44, 13.72, f, 13.73);

6. ***Ackelia Smith’ (Tx-Jam) 45-1½ (13.75)

(44-8¾, 44-10¼, 44-8, 44-6, 43-8½, 45-1½) (13.63, 13.67, 13.61, 13.56, 13.32, 13.75);

7. *Arianna Fisher (Mo) 44-4¼ (13.52)

(f, 44-4¼, f, 43-10½, f, f) (f, 13.52, f, 13.37, f, f);

8. **Victoria Gorlova’ (VaT-Rus) 44-0 (13.41)

(44-0, p, p, p, p, p) (13.41, p, p, p, p, p);

9. *Titiana Marsh (Ga) 43-11¾ (13.40); 10. Ruth Usoro’ (TxT-Ngr) 43-8¾ (13.33); 11. **Onaara Obamuwagun’ (TxT-Ngr) 43-3¼ (13.19); 12. ***Darja Sopova’ (Tx-Lat) 41-11¼ (12.78); 13. *Mikeisha Welcome’ (Ok-StV) 41-8 (12.70); 14. *Esther Isa’ (MTn-Ngr) 40-9½ (12.43); 15. *Grace Anigbata’ (TCU-Ngr) 36-4¼ (11.08);… nm—-Morayo Bhadmos (Samf).


Shot winner Jorinde van Klinken “started throwing absolute bombs in practice” the week before the meet. (KIRBY LEE/IMAGE OF SPORT)

Shot: Jorinde van Klinken (Arizona State) 62-7¼

The reigning NCAA champion indoors and out, Ohio State’s Adelaide Aquilla came in with the best mark at 62-7¾ (19.09), but it was Jorinde van Klinken, Arizona State’s CR holder in the discus, who owned the day. The Dutchwoman opened up with a toss of 59-8½ (18.20) — a mark good enough to win, though no one suspected that at the time.

Aquilla responded with a 58-2 (17.73), and Sam Houston’s KeAyla Dove held down the third spot after the opening round with her 57-¾ (17.39). Van Klinken fouled her second try; Aquilla improved marginally to 58-2½ (17.74).

In round 3, Tennessee’s Latavia Maines took over the second position with her 58-3 (17.75). Then van Klinken went big, a PR 62-7¼ (19.08). Aquilla fouled.

In round 4, Aquilla tossed off a 53-11 (16.43), Maines fouled, and van Klinken hit 59-9½ (18.22). Then in the fifth stanza, the Ohio Stater hit what would be her best of the day, a 58-10¾ (17.95). That was the end of the improvements. Van Klinken closed out with a 56-8¾ (17.29) and a foul.

Third last year, van Klinken said, “Honestly my training hasn’t been going well until this past week and then I started throwing absolute bombs in practice, so I knew I was ready. My technique is finally getting a little better. There were a few things that still went very wrong in January and February and to be honest we just figured it out this past few weeks.” /Jeff Hollobaugh/

RESULTS

1. *Jorinde van Klinken’ (AzSt-Neth) 62-7¼ (19.08) PR (6, =10 C) (in/out: 7, x C)

(59-8½, f, 62-7¼, 59-9½, 56-8¾, f) (18.20, f, 19.08, 18.22, 17.29, f);

2. Adelaide Aquilla (OhSt) 58-10¾ (17.95)

(58-2, 58-2½, f, 53-11, 58-10¾, 55-10¼) (17.73, 17.74, f, 16.43, 17.95, 17.02);

3. Latavia Maines (Tn) 58-3 (17.75)

(53-1½, 52-11½, 58-3, f, f, 53-5¾) (16.19, 16.14, 17.75, f, f, 16.30);

4. Samantha Noennig (Az) 57-3¾ (17.47)

(54-9¼, f, 57-0, 57-3¾, 56-2, 54-8) (16.69, f, 17.37, 17.47, 17.12, 16.66);

5. ***KeAyla Dove (SHous) 57-¾ (17.39) PR

(57-¾, 55-0, 56-3¾, 53-0, 52-10¼, f) (17.39, 16.76, 17.16, 16.15, 16.11, f);

6. Payden Montana (Ok) 56-7¼ (17.25)

(56-3¼, f, 54-10¼, 56-7¼, 55-5, 56-5¼) (17.15, f, 16.72, 17.25, 16.89, 17.20);

7. *Ana Da Silva’ (Ga-Bra) 56-6¾ (17.24)

(f, 55-9¼, 56-6¾, 55-4¼, f, f) (f, 17.00, 17.24, 16.87, f, f);

8. A’Veun Moore-Jones (SnIl) 56-4¾ (17.19)

(51-9, 53-10¼, 56-4¾, 56-4½, 55-11¾, 56-4) (15.77, 16.41, 17.19, 17.18, 17.06, 17.17);

9. Divine Oladipo’ (Vand-GB) 56-3¼ (17.15); 10. *Mallory Kauffman (PennSt) 55-7½ (16.95); 11. ***Axelina Johansson’ (Nb-Swe) 54-2½ (16.52); 12. *Hannah Hall (Mia) 54-2½ (16.52); 13. *Zaresha Neal (BG) 53-8½ (16.37); 14. *Josie Schaefer (Wi) 52-10¾ (16.12); 15. *Nu’uausala Tuilefano (Hous) 51-4¼ (15.65);… 3f—*Jalani Davis (Ms).


Weight: Shey Taiwo (Mississippi) 83-10

After starting her senior year on fire, raising the global lead three times and moving to No. 3 on the all-time world list, Shey Taiwo came up short at the SEC, losing to Ole Miss teammate Jasmine Mitchell.

The bad news continued here as she fouled 3 of her first 5 attempts and was almost 5ft off her PR at 78-1½ (23.81) going into the final round.

Mitchell, meanwhile, had PRed at 81-10 (24.94) and moved to No. 5 all-time. But that wasn’t all: Cal’s Camryn Rogers had also PRed (78-9¾/24.02), dropping the favorite to 3rd.

Digging down deep, Taiwo unleashed a monster, an 83-10 (25.55) that missed the Collegiate Record by just a quarter-inch and the World and American standards by only 2 inches. Rogers responded with a Canadian Record 78-11¼ (24.06) and Mitchell fouled and Taiwo’s comeback was complete.

Said the winner, “It really was just like a last-minute effort, and I’m glad that I held on mentally and physically.” /Garry Hill/

RESULTS

1. Shey Taiwo (Ms) 83-10 (25.55) PR (WL, AL) (3, 3 W; 3, 3 A; 2, 2 C)

(78-1½, f, 78-1½, f, f, 83-10) (23.81, f, 23.81, f, f, 25.55);

2. *Jasmine Mitchell (Ms) 81-10 PR (24.94) (5, x W; 5, x A; 3, 7 C)

(78-10¼ [8, x AmC], 71-10¼, 81-10, 76-10½, 74-11, f) (24.03, 21.90, 24.94, 23.43, 22.83, f);

3. Camryn Rogers’ (Cal-Can) 78-11¼ (24.06) NR (=10, x C)

(72-7¼, 78-9¾, f, 77-9½, 76-9¾, 78-11¼) (22.13, 24.02, f, 23.71, 23.41, 24.06);

4. Rachel Tanczos (NDm) 75-8 (23.06)

(71-6¾, 75-8, 74-¼, 75-2¾, 74-4¼, 72-3¾) (21.81, 23.06, 22.56, 22.93, 22.66, 22.04);

5. DeeNia McMiller (Mem) 75-6¾ (23.03)

(f, f, 74-1, 73-½, 75-6¾, 75-3¼) (f, f, 22.58, 22.26, 23.03, 22.94);

6. Alyssa Wilson (TxSt) 74-11¼ (22.84) PR

(f, 73-5½, f, 74-9¼, f, 74-11¼) (f, 22.39, f, 22.79, f, 22.84);

7. *Rebecca Mammel (VaT) 74-7 (22.73)

(72-7¼, 72-7, 71-5½, 71-8¾, 74-7, f) (22.13, 22.12, 21.78, 21.86, 22.73, f);

8. *Madi Malone (Aub) 74-3 (22.63)

(f, 72-3, 73-6, 74-3, f, 67-11½) (f, 22.02, 22.40, 22.63, f, 20.71);

9. Shauniece O’Neal (SnIl) 73-11½ (22.54); 10. Elisia Lancaster (SnIl) 71-10 (21.89); 11. Jillian Shippee (NC) 71-1¼ (21.67); 12. *Priscilla Adejokun (Hous) 71-½ (21.65); 13. *Chelsea Igberaese (Al) 70-3½ (21.42); 14. **Tara Simpson-Sullivan’ (Rice-GB) 69-¾ (21.05); 15. ***Sara Killinen’ (VaT-Fin) 61-5½ (18.73);… nm—*Jalani Davis (Ms).


Pentathlon: Anna Hall (Florida) 4586

Anna Hall won her first NCAA title, scoring 4586 points less than two weeks before turning 21. After two years at Georgia, where she finished 3rd in last year’s NCAA pentathlon, she transferred to Florida after an injury-marred outdoor season. A ’19 high school grad whose first collegiate year was interrupted by the COVID shutdowns, Hall said, “I’ve wanted this for a long time, just like everyone else, so to finally get it is great.”

The opening 60H saw Hall run 8.25 to Duke soph Issy Wakefield’s 8.17, the only time Hall would trail overall. Also running 8.25 was Duke senior Erin Marsh, who competed well throughout but couldn’t come close to matching Hall in the final event.

Hall’s 5-11¼ (1.81) led the high jumpers and gave her a 75-point lead over Marsh, who moved to 2nd with her 5-8¾ (1.75).

Hall’s 43-2¼ (13.16) shot put was the 2nd best in the field, and increased her lead over Marsh to 95 points as they headed to Hall’s weakest event, the long jump.

Hall reached 19-2 (5.84), good enough to maintain her lead even though Marsh closed the gap to 62. Going to the final event, the first two places seemed assured and Hall, possessing a 2:05.33 PR, made success certain when she tore off at the start.

Escaping any dangers from the pack, she went out in a blazing 28.44 for the first lap and finished in 2:08.75. Marsh, who finished 2nd with a PR 4383, could only watch as the fleeing Hall scored 4586. /Dave Johnson/

RESULTS

1. **Anna Hall (Fl) 4586 (x, =12 C; x, =9 AmC)

(8.25, 5-11¼/1.81, 43-2¼/13.16 19-2/5.84, 2:08.75);

2. Erin Marsh (Duke) 4383 PR

(8.25, 5-8¾/1.75, 42-2¼/12.86 19-6¼/5.95, 2:18.63 );

3. *Lexie Keller (CoSt) 4321 PR

(8.40, 5-6½/1.69, 43-10/13.36 19-8/5.99, 2:18.58);

4. ***Jadin O’Brien (NDm) 4212

(8.50, 5-5¼/1.66, 40-10½/12.46 19-6/5.94, 2:16.94);

5. Halley Folsom (BYU) 4201 PR

(8.69, 5-7¾/1.72, 38-2/11.63 18-4¼/5.59, 2:08.77);

6. ***Kristine Blazevica’ (Tx-Lat) 4197

(8.54, 5-6½/1.69, 37-11½/11.57 19-3½/5.88, 2:14.45);

7. **Issy Wakefield (Duke-GB) 4176 PR

(8.17, 5-6½/1.69, 35-6½/10.83 19-11/6.07, 2:22.67 );

8. **Avery McMullen (Co) 4176

(8.28, 5-8¾/1.75, 39-3¼/11.97 18-10¾/5.76, 2:24.94);

9. Shayla Broughton (MsSt) 4151

(8.28, 5-6½/1.69, 38-8¼/11.79 20-5¼/6.23, 2:31.46);

10. *Sterling Lester (Fl) 4151

(8.41, 5-5¼/1.66, 39-2¼/11.94 19-1¼/5.82, 2:17.66);

11. Beatričė Juškevičiūtė’ (Corn-Lit) 4116

(8.51, 5-6½/1.69, 42-8¼/13.01 18-1½/5.52, 2:19.90);

12. Kaitlin Smith (HBap) 4115

(8.50, 5-5¼/1.66, 40-8¾/12.41 18-8¾/5.71, 2:18.65);

13. Jade Bontke (UTA) 4031

(8.91, 5-8¾/1.75, 39-2½/11.95 18-8/5.69, 2:23.83);

14. ***Izzy Goudros (Harv-Can) 3902

(8.67, 5-3/1.60, 37-1/11.30 19-1½/5.83, 2:23.76);

15. **Maddie Meiner (OkSt) 3863

(8.72, 5-8¾/1.75, 40-5½/12.33 18-8½/5.70, 2:43.26);

16. **Charity Griffith (BallSt) 2716 (11.43, 5-7¾/1.72, 37-3¾/11.37 18-7¼/5.67, dnf). ◻︎

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