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GoFrogs: NCAA Outdoor Championships Preview


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GoFrogs: NCAA Outdoor Championships Preview

FORT WORTH – TCU takes the national stage this week at the NCAA Outdoor Championships (June 5-8) in Eugene, Ore., at Hayward Field.

Meet Information
NCAA Outdoor Championships
June 5-8 • Eugene, Ore.
June 5/7 (Men) • June 6/8 (Women)
Hayward Field
Meet Central
Watch on ESPN2/ESPN+
Live Results
Meet Schedule

TCU qualified eight individual entries and a relay to the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Joel McFarlane (decathlon) punched his ticket to Eugene with his school-record 7,613 points. He kicks off the action for the Horned Frogs at 2:30 p.m. CT on Wednesday.

Joining him on the men's side is Kashie Crockett. He advanced in the 200m with a personal-best 20.47 at the NCAA West First Round and is seeded No. 23 heading into the NCAA Championships.

Iyana Gray highlights the women's side with her qualification in the 100m, 200m, and 4x100 relay. She finished third in her heat and fifth overall in the 100m with her time of 11.01 (2.3w) and is seeded No. 7.

She also earned a third ticket in the 200m with her time of 22.56 (2.3w) to earn the No. 12 seed heading into the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Gray, Teanna Harlin, Mikayla Hayes, and Dreunna Washington will represent TCU in the 4x100 as well. The 4x100 team is the first event for the women's team, beginning at 7:32 p.m. CT on Thursday.

Harlin will compete in the 200m along with Gray. The freshman qualified for the NCAA Championships with a second-place finish in her heat at 22.82 (3.4w).

Gracie Morris makes her return to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 1500m. The senior won her heat at the NCAA West First Round with her time of 4:17.23 to make her second trip to Eugene in three seasons in the 1500m. She was an Honorable Mention All-America in 2022.

TCU also has two entries in the women's javelin. Maria Bienvenu and Irene Jepkemboi placed fifth and seventh, respectively, at the NCAA West Regional to punch their tickets to Eugene. Bienvenu enters as the No. 9 seed while Jepkemboi is No. 11.