EUGENE, Ore.---Sophomore Shanique Walker raced in the preliminary heats of the 100 meter hurdles Thursday at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. She finished sixth in her heat and 18th overall.
Walker, the Most Valuable Performer at the A-Sun Championships, was in the first of three preliminary heats. The first and second finishers of each heat in addition to the next two fastest times would advance to the finals. Walker ran in lane seven and finished sixth in her heat with a time of 13.30 to miss out on the finals.
In total, the Dolphins had a program record three individual athletes qualify and compete in the NCAA Outdoor Championships this season in addition to their record eighth straight conference championship.