Ray Advances to NCAA Championships

GO TERRIERS Graduate student Zachary Ray advanced to the NCAA semifinals of the 400m hurdles for the second straight year.
GO TERRIERS
Graduate student Zachary Ray advanced to the NCAA semifinals of the 400m hurdles for the second straight year.
GO TERRIERS

May 24, 2013

400m Hurdles Results | 400m Results | 200m Results

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Graduate student Zachary Ray advanced to the NCAA Championships on Friday night at the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Track and Field Preliminary Championships at North Carolina A&T.

Ray posted a time of 51.92 seconds in the quarterfinals of the 400m hurdles to secure the 12th and final spot in the NCAA semifinals held June 5-8 in Eugene, Ore. This is the second straight year that Ray has advanced to the national semifinals of the 400m hurdles. He also competed in the prelims of the 110m hurdles, finishing with a time of 14.10 seconds.

Senior Tewado Latty concluded his season with a time of 48.14 seconds in the quarterfinals of the 400m dash. He finished 2013 with the fastest time in the conference, a personal-best 46.15 seconds. Classmate R.J. Page did not finish the 200m dash on Friday night; he ended 2013 with the fastest 200m dash time in the conference (21.07).

Junior Rich Peters will compete in the quarterfinals of the 1,500m run on Saturday at 6:45 p.m. He has a chance to compete at the NCAA Championships for the second straight year.


 

 

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