Nambawa qualifies for triple jump final
Morgan places 16th in men's triple jumpJune 12, 2009 · Christian Lemon
Nambawa finished first overall out of 27 entries recording a mark of 45-3 (13.79m). Nambawa out jumped current NCAA 2009 standard holder Kim Williams of Florida State by almost four inches. Williams looks to be Nambawa's strongest competition in the event. Nambawa's jump was her second longest of the season and her career. She will compete in the finals of the triple jump on Saturday at 12 P.M.
Morgan placed 16th in the preliminary round of the men's triple jump with a leap of 51-5.5 (15.68m). The senior was unable to qualify for the final round on Saturday in the last meet of his illustrious collegiate career.
Full results for tomorrow's final day of competition will be available on goblueraiders.com and ncaa.com.
Friend of the Blue Raiders? Like us on Facebook and become part of the True Blue army today.
More Track & Cross Country NewsMar 1, 2014: Rutto wins 800-meter, Tugumisrize 400-meter at C-USA
Feb 28, 2014: Eight Blue Raiders advance to C-USA Indoor Finals
Feb 27, 2014: C-USA Indoor T&F Championships start Friday
Feb 22, 2014: Hammond triple jumps to C-USA best
Feb 21, 2014: T&F head to Notre Dame for Alex Wilson Invite
Feb 15, 2014: T&F finish weekend at ISU Classic