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2014 NCAA Track and Field Championships Day Two Preview
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The Oregon Ducks are currently leading in the 2014 NCAA Track and Field Championships, but the Men’s team is in better shape than the Women. Oregon Senior Laura Roesler led the 800 meters(in her heat) and looks to take a National Title on Friday(5:45pm PT). One team that did not get off to a good start was the Women’s 4×100 team as Phyllis Francis dropped the baton and the Oregon team is done.
Thursday’s action brings the wrapup of the Hepatathaon(Women) and the Decathalon(Men) and the Oregon Ducks have athletes in both. On the Men’s side Dakotah Keys and Mitch Modin will compete throughout the afternoon and Jenna Prandini will look toward a National Title on the Women’s side.