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NCAA Track & Field Championships: Alaysha Johnson Wins Heat, Advances to Final

Three women of Oregon have advanced to finals thus far

Track and Field: Pac-12 Championships Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

EUGENE, Oregon — Oregon’s Alaysha Johnson and Sasha Wallace advance to the finals from the NCAA Track & Field Championships on Thursday. They joined Duck teammate Katie Rainsberger as the first three Duck women to advance to a final from Hayward Field.

Alaysha Johnson won her semifinal heat of the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 12.87. He tightly-contested first place finish advances her to the finals.

Track and Field: NCAA Indoor Championships
Alaysha Johnson (right) poses for a picture from the women’s NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the McFerrin Athletic Center. She will look to continue her dominance in track and field this weekend.
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Sasha Wallace finished in third place in the 100m hurdles semifinal round. By not placing in the Top 2, the Duck had to wait for results from the third heat.

It turned out that Wallace was the FINAL qualifier with her performance and will advance to the championship finale alongside her teammate.

UO had more than 10 individual women going to work on Thursday, including the Women of Oregon 4x400m relay.

More Oregon women’s track and field coverage coming from Hayward Field.

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