Virginia Tech Leads ACC Women –
Day two of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships and Virginia Tech leads ACC women at six on the team leader board.
The big news? Virginia Tech’s Irena Sediva picked up her second national championship in Javelin. The Senior won her first in 2015 and this year’s title caps her collegiate career.
Sediva was sidelined for last year’s competition with an Achilles injury and then dealt with a shoulder injury this spring.
Sediva, who trailed Florida’s Marija Vucenovic through the competition, held her best until her fifth throw. With a throw of 192′ 9″, Sediva bested Vucenovic by seven inches.
With Sediva’s win and two top 10 finishes in the Hammer, the Hokies tallied 11 points on opening day.
NCAA Women’s Events – Day One Finals
10,000M – Winning Time 32:38.57
- #13 Gillian Schriever, Pitt 33:50.3
- #16 Anna Rohrer, Notre Dame
Hammer – Winning Throw 240′ 7″
- #5 Veronika Kanuchova, Florida State 216′ 5″
- #8 Emma Thor, Virginia Tech
- #9 Pavla Kuklova, Virginia Tech
Pole Vault – Winning Height 14′ 9″
- #13 Madison Heath, Duke 13′ 7 1/4″
- #17 Laura Marty, Duke
Javelin – Winning Throw 192′ 9″
- #1 Irena Sediva, Virginia Tech (Champion)
- #6 Katelyn Gochenour, Duke
- #18 Christine Streisel, Duke
- #23 Eva Vivod, Virginia Tech
Shot Put – Winning Throw 62′ 10″
- #2 Emmonnie Henderson, Louisville 58′ 9 1/2″
- #11 Christine Bohan, Virginia
- #12 Sarah Howard, North Carolina
ACC Qualifiers (Semi’s)
4X100M Relay (Team)
- #5 Clemson
- #7 Jessica Harris, Notre Dame
- #12 Danielle Aragon, Notre Dame
- #9 Sarah Edwards, Virginia Tech
- #11 Ellie Abrahamson, Wake Forest
- #2 Shakima Wimbley, Miami
- #2 Hanna Green, Virginia Tech
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Decathlon (Two day event concluded Thursday)
- #11 Daniel Golubovic, Duke
The women’s heptathlon follow a two day schedule as well. The final events are today.
The NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships conclude today for the men and tomorrow (Saturday) for the women.