Louisiana State University freshman Jasmin Stowers won the 60-meter hurdles at the Southeastern Conference Championships in Arkansas.
Stowers finished in 8.12 seconds, in front of teammate and senior Tenaya Jones. Stowers' time meets the NCAA qualifying standard (8.14).
University of South Carolina's LaKya Brookins won the 60-meter dash in 7.14 seconds. Brookins is the first to win SEC back-to-back 60-meter titles.
University of South Carolina's Matt Shuler (White Knoll) finished third in the pole vault.
Nelson qualifies for nationals in 400
Texas freshman Briana Nelson (Mann) finished second in the 400-meter dash at the Big 12 Championships. Nelson's time of 52.18 seconds meets the NCAA automatic qualifying standard. Nelson finished second in the preliminaries in 53.04 seconds and also qualified eighth in the 200-meter dash (23.75). Nelson finished eighth in the 200 finals.
Nelson's time is the 10th best performance by a Longhorn in school history and is the fastest time clocked at the university since 1999, according to texassports.com.
Moss, Waller win at ACCs
Clemson senior Miller Moss (Wilson Hall) won the men's heptathlon title at the ACC Championships today in Blacksburg, Va. Moss tallied 5,881 points with Curtis Beach (Duke, sr.) second (5,816).
Brittney Waller (Clemson, so.) finished first in the weight throw. Waller threw a best of 64 feet, 8.5 inches.
Sandi Morris (UNC, fr.) finished fourth in the pole vault.
Other conference action this weekend includes the Big South, Southeastern and Southern Conference championships.
Photo credit: Greg Armstrong, Armory Track