May 26, 2012
AUSTIN, Texas - The Long Beach State track & field team wrapped up action at the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds Saturday at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
Senior Shakina Phillips ran a lifetime-best 13.51 in the 100-meter hurdles, but finished outside the top 12 as she was sixth in her heat and 18th overall.
Senior Tyler Wallace tied for 29th in the pole vault, clearing 16-08.75. Freshman Jacob Fraser was also 30th in the discus with a toss of 169-04. He finished 13 spots ahead of his ranking entering the meet.
Long Beach State had two athletes advance this weekend as Ben Woodruff (men's javelin) and Katrina Graves-Johnson (women's high jump) will be competing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, June 6-9.
- Recruiting Information
- Men's Track & Field Questionnaire
- Women's Track & Field Questionnaire
- Contact Information
- Head Coach Andy Sythe - Jumps, Multis
- Shawn Winget - Distances
- LaTanya Sheffield - Sprints, Hurdles
- Cory Loebl - Throws
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