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Thursday, June 6, 2013
EUGENE, Ore. - Virginia Tech's Annjulie Vester and Chris Uhle earned second-team All-America honors Wednesday on the opening day of the NCAA outdoor track and field championships at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field.
Vester finished 13th overall in the women's hammer throw with a heave of 201 feet, 6 inches. Chelsea Cassulo of Arizona State won the title with a throw of
Uhle was 15th overall in the men's pole vault (17-2 3⁄4). Sam Kendricks of Southern Mississippi won the crown with a vault of 18-8 1⁄4.
Virginia's Abbey Karin was 19th overall in the javelin (144-10).
Tech's Darrell Wesh finished 21st overall out of 24 runners in the semifinals of the 100 meters (10.34 seconds).
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