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Blue Devils Prepped for ACC Outdoor Championships

13 Mai 2017

The Broncos of Western Michigan will be hosting this year's competition on their home turf, Kanley Track and Field Complex in Kalamazoo, Mich. beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday.

Full results from Day 1 can be found here.

On the women's side, Auburn now has nine athletes ranked in the top-eight of an event in the SEC. The event, hosted at Nittany Lion Track, will begin this Friday morning and will run through Sunday afternoon. The meet will also air as part of a two-hour show on ESPNU May 17 at 8 p.m. ET. In fact, the SEC features a total of seven top-10 and 11 top-25 teams nationally as No. 5 Arkansas, No. 6 Kentucky, No. 7 Georgia, No. 8 Florida, No. 10 Alabama, No. 13 Auburn, No. 16 Ole Miss, No. 22 Tennessee and No. 25 SC will be featured at the SEC Championships over the next three days. She will also be key piece for the Terps in the 4x400 relay.

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The Auburn women enter the meet ranked 13th in the latest U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Top 25 poll, while the men check in at 18th.

One year ago, the women finished sixth in the team standings with 66 points while the men scored 26.5 points to finish 13th. Both now rank inside the top-50 nationally in the event, and finished second and third (respectively) in the pentathlon at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in February. An experienced group headlined by seniors Sashel Brown, Jasmine Manigault, Jessie Johnson and Marshay Ryan will lead the Tiger women.

MI and Minnesota tied for the women's title last outdoor season, with both teams totaling 106 points to share the championship. Hobbs's 10.85 is the fastest time ever run at low altitude in NCAA history as only the recognized collegiate record of 10.78 by LSU's own Dawn Sowell at the 1989 NCAA Championships at BYU separates Hobbs from the top of the NCAA's all-time rankings.

Blue Devils Prepped for ACC Outdoor Championships