San Diego Condition pole vaulter Bonnie Draxler acquired the silver medal at the NCAA Outdoor Championships this week.
The senior from Wrightstown, Wisc. tied her own faculty document by clearing 14-09.50 at the satisfy in Austin, Tex.
This was the 2nd time this yr Draxler has concluded as the NCAA runner-up, this time to Arkansas vaulter Victoria Hoggard.
“Bonnie had an superb competition,” coach Prosperous Fox reported Thursday. “I am seriously proud of her achievements and the way she competed.”
Hoggard essential a new private finest, clearing 14-11.50 on her second try out, to outpace Draxler. Her teammate, Alexis Jacobus, bested Draxler earlier this 12 months at the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Also competing Thursday was the SDSU 4x400m relay ream, Sakura Roberson, Lisa-Anne Barrow, Jalyn Harris and Nyjari McNeil. They concluded in 3:33.64, superior for the 11th best time in a industry of 24. USC received the relay.
San Diego State’s time was .16 of a second off the mark they established last thirty day period at the NCAA West Prelims.
Head coach Sheila Burrell claimed soon after the meet: “This quite young team defeat a great deal of extremely powerful teams … We came in rated 15th and concluded 11th, close to our time greatest and healthful. I’m looking forward to coming again following calendar year more robust and hungrier.”
With their finishes, Draxler and the relay staff members gained All-American honors. With her next place finish, Draxler will be named a to start with-crew All-American, her second very first-staff honor and fourth overall.
For their 11th area complete, the SDSU relay group attained 2nd-workforce All-American honors.
Although the SDSU keep track of and subject season has finished, Draxler will compete at the Usa Out of doors Observe and Discipline Championships starting July 25 at Drake University in Des Moines.
– Staff reviews
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