GAINSEVILLE, FL – Rutgers University junior Shameka Marshall (Mizpah, NJ) qualified for the NCAA Championships with a leap of 6.30 meters (20-8) to finish in fifth place in the long jump at the NCAA Regionals at the University of Florida." />
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Marshall Qualifies for NCAA Championships in Long Jump; Sets School Record in 100M Hurdles
  • Posted on May 29, 2004 12:00:00 AM
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  • GAINSEVILLE, FL – Rutgers University junior Shameka Marshall (Mizpah, NJ) qualified for the NCAA Championships with a leap of 6.30 meters (20-8) to finish in fifth place in the long jump at the NCAA Regionals at the University of Florida.

    An individual competitor needs to finish in the top five of a given event to automatically qualify for the NCAA Championhips, which will take place in Austin, TX June 9-12, and Marshall did so with a jump that was the third-best in her career.

    Marshall also set a school record with a time of 13.52 in the 100-meter hurdles preliminary race, besting her former personal best and previous school record of 13.62. Marshall’s fifth place finish in the preliminary round qualified her for the finals.

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