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Women's 4x100m Breaks School Record Once More At NCAA Championship

June 7, 2018

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Eugene, Ore. - Long Beach State's record-setting 4x100 meter relay team had more fantastic performance prepared, running 44.59 at the NCAA Championships to break the school record for the third time this season.

The mark placed the relay squad in 18th overall, outside of qualification for Saturday's finals, but did leave them with Honorable Mention All-American honors.

The team, comprised of senior Ashleigh Chambers, junior Courtne' Davis, sophomore Madison Golden and sophomore Azaria Hill had previously set the school record at the Mondo Team Challenge with a time of 44.85.

The quartet then ran a 44.63 at the Big West Championships, winning the event to earn All-Big West honors and helping Long Beach State ultimately claim the Big West Championship.

The run also solidified their place in the NCAA postseason, where they earned a trip to the NCAA Championships after taking third place in their heat at the West Prelims. The group was just the second women's relay team in school history to reach the NCAA Championships.

 

 

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