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Hurricanes Return To Oregon For Outdoor National Championships

Hurricanes Return To Oregon For Outdoor National Championships

12 members of the University of Miami track and field team will compete June 5-8 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Those looking to follow the events in real time and get a glimpse of this year’s schedule can find live results HERE.

ESPN will provide coverage of the 2024 NCAA Outdoor Championships live from Oregon’s historic Hayward Field. Viewers can find a schedule of live streams HERE.

Miami Men Entries

Decathlon – Edgar Campre

In his second season with the Hurricanes, multi event athlete Edgar Campre has had an impressive streak of performances. The 2024 ACC Outdoor Decathlon Champion, Campre also holds the school record of 7975 points – a point total he accomplished back in April at the 64th Annual Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif.

Javelin – Devoux Deysel

Hurricane newcomer Devoux Deysel has found instant success during his time with the Hurricanes this season. Deysel won his first ACC Outdoor championship in the javelin with a throw of 70.49m (231 feet, 3 inches). The Angelo State transfer holds the school record in the event with a mark of 76.81m (252 feet) – a throw that was achieved two weeks ago at the NCAA East Preliminaries.

 Discus – Milton Ingraham II

A transfer from Florida State, Ingraham II has made a significant impact for the Hurricanes’ throwers. Also winning the ACC Championship in the discus with a school record throw of 61.32m (201 feet, 2 inches), Ingraham II has consistently placed in the top-ten nationally throughout the outdoor season and ranks seventh heading into this week’s competition.

Triple Jump – Russell Robinson

The 2024 indoor national champion in the triple jump, school record holder Russell Robinson is poised to win back-to-back national titles in the event. Robinson is coming off a season best jump of 16.67m (54 feet, 8.25 inches) at the NCAA East Preliminaries which qualified him for nationals. In 2023, Robinson placed second at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships in Austin, Tex. with a leap of 16.94m (54 feet, 1 inch).

High Jump – Kennedy Sauder

At the ACC Outdoor Championships, Sauder leaped 2.17m (7 feet, 1.5 inches) for the bronze. The Liberty University transfer also earned gold in the ACC Indoor Championships with 2.21m (7 feet, 3 inches). This will be Sauder’s second appearance at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships — his first being back in 2022 where he placed 15th overall with a height of 2.10m (6 feet, 10.75 inches).

400m – Solomon Strader

Strader, the 2024 ACC Outdoor bronze medalist in the 400m, has been clocking some of the best times of his career in the past few weeks. Two weeks ago in Lexington, the Miami sprinter ran a personal best 45.52 in the 400m finals to qualify for his first NCAA National Championship of his career.  Strader’s 45.52 is the second-fastest time in outdoor school history.

Miami Women Entries

 400m – Makenzy Pierre-Webster

Pierre-Webster has been running the fastest times of her career in her last few 400m appearances. The Hurricane sprinter clocked a personal best 51.73 two weeks ago at the NCAA East Prelims – a time that ranks fifth-best in the outdoor school record books. An ACC Outdoor silver medalist in the event with 52.22, Pierre-Webster looks to continue her momentum into Oregon this week.

Javelin – Deisiane Teixeira

Teixeira, a transfer from UNLV, came into Coral Gables on a mission. Teixeira bested the competition at the ACC Outdoor Championships – throwing 55.74m (182 feet, 10 inches) to claim her first ACC gold medal. At the NCAA East Prelims, the Brazilian thrower etched a new school record of 56.03m (183 feet, 10 inches) to qualify for her first NCAA Outdoor National Championships.

Triple Jump –  Christina Warren

This will be Warren’s second appereance at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships and first in a Miami uniform. An ACC outdoor bronze medalist with a leap of 13.11m (43 0.25 inches), Warren punched her ticket to Oregon with a triple jump mark of 12.97m (42 feet, 6.75 inches) two weeks ago at the NCAA East Prelims in Lexington, Ky.

4×400 Meter Relay – Brace, Pierre-Webster, Robinson, Grissom

Kennedy Brace, Makenzy Pierre-Webster, Alyssa Robinson, and Gabriella Grissom will represent the Hurricanes in the women’s 4x400m relay. The squad clocked 3:32.27 last month at the ACC Outdoor Championships to earn the bronze but are carrying momentum heading into Oregon after running a season best 3:29.24 at the NCAA East Prelims.

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