April 18, 2013
Hampton had the fourth-fastest clocking in school history (4:29.96) in the race. Nilsson's time of 4:31.48 ranks as the fifth best in school annals.
On the men's side, Anthony Hilliman narrowly missed a top-5 time in the same event. His mark of 3:53.99 was less than 2/10ths of a second off the fifth-best time in school history.
Katelyn Hayward rounded out the day for the Mavs, as she placed 11th in her section of the 3000m steeplechase. She posted a time of 10:48.03 in the event.
The Mavericks have two more days of competition at the prestigious meet and also will begin competing in the Beach Invitational on Friday.
Durham promoted to women's associate head coach
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T&F: Berger to coach Team USA at Junior Para Games
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T&F: Lautenslager wins New Zealand title
T&F: Blomberg to compete at World Championships