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The Bowerman: Women’s Watch List At The 2018 NCAA DI Outdoor Championships

EUGENE, Oregon – Today is the final day that female collegiate track & field athletes can impress The Bowerman Watch List Committee.

Following the conclusion of the 2018 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the Watch List will convene and pick the 10 semifinalist for collegiate track & field’s highest honor. Those names will be announced on Wednesday, June 13 at 3 pm CT.

But first, here is a look at what members of the last Watch List – the Pre-NCAA Outdoor Championships Watch List – have been up to in Eugene, Oregon.

Kentucky’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn

  • Wednesday: Top qualifier in the 100 hurdles at 12.54 (No. 6 in collegiate history, No. 4 in meet history); Finished 20th in the 200 at 23.44; 2nd leg of 4th fastest qualifying 4×100 relay; 2nd leg of 4th fastest qualifying 4×400 relay
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 100 hurdles, 4×100 relay and 4×400 relay

Southern California’s Kendall Ellis

  • Wednesday: 3rd fastest qualifier in the 400 at 51.38; 2nd leg of 3rd fastest qualifying 4×100 relay; Anchor leg of 4th fastest qualifying 4×400 relay (51.13 split)
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 400, 4×100 relay and 4×400 relay

Arizona State’s Maggie Ewen

  • Wednesday: NCAA champ in the shot put at 19.17m (62-10¾), which is No. 5 in collegiate outdoor history and No. 2 in meet history
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the discus

LSU’s Aleia Hobbs

  • Wednesday: Top qualifier in the 100 at 10.91 (4th fastest time in collegiate history); Ran anchor leg of 4×100 relay, which broke the meet record and Hayward Field record
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 100 and 4×100 relay

Georgia’s Lynna Irby

  • Wednesday: Top qualifier in the 400 at 50.11 (6th fastest time in collegiate outdoor history); 2nd fastest qualifier in the 200 at 22.37
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 400 and 200

Arkansas’ Lexi Jacobus

  • Wednesday: Finished 2nd in the pole vault at 4.50m (14-9)
  • Friday: Does not compete

Kentucky’s Sydney McLaughlin

  • Wednesday: Top qualifier in the 400 hurdles at 54.15 (6th fastest time in collegiate history); Ran 3rd leg of 2nd fastest qualifying 4×400 relay (50.13 split)
  • Friday: Will compete in the finals of the 400 hurdles, 4×400 relay

Georgia’s Keturah Orji

  • Wednesday: NCAA champ in the long jump at 6.67m (21-10¾)
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the triple jump

Missouri’s Karissa Schweizer

  • Wednesday: Finished 3rd in the 10,000 at 32:14.94
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the 5000

Harvard’s Gabby Thomas

  • Wednesday: Finished 14th in the 100 at 11.26; Fastest qualifier in the 200 at 22.36
  • Friday: Will compete in the final of the 200
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The Bowerman 2018 - Finalists Fan Voting

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