USC’s men took fifth place in the NCAA track & field championship and the USC women took seventh, marking the first top 10 finish for both squads since the women were eighth and the men 10th in 2009.
MEN’S: Highlighted by Andre De Grasse’s showstopping performance, USC men’s track & field finished fifth, scoring 40.5 points, the fifth-most ever for the program under the current scoring system. The Trojans were led by the junior sprinter’s eye-popping sweep of the 100m and 200m titles as well as Conor McCullough’s individual crown in the hammer, but they also received points from three freshmen, paving the road for future growth in the team competition. Find full coverage at the USC Athletics website.
WOMEN’S: USC’s 4x400m relay placed second, the 4x100m relay third and Dior Hall finished third in the 100m HH with a world junior record to highlight the final day of women’s action at the 2015 NCAA Track & Field Championships hosted by Oregon at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., June 13 before 11,734 fans. USC finished seventh overall with 34 points, its most scored at the NCAA Championships since scoring 38.5 points in 2006. The seventh-place finish was also USC’s highest since taking sixth in 2011. Find full coverage at the USC Athletics website.
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