USC redshirt junior Angie Annelus, from Grandview, Mo., and the Pac-12’s women’s track athlete of the year, automatically advanced to the women’s NCAA 100m final today (ESPN2, 3:30 – 6:00 PT) by winning her heat with a PR of 11.06, fourth among the qualifiers and moving her to third on USC’s all-time 100m list.
Annelus also qualified fastest for the 200m final by winning her heat with another PR and facility (Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas) record time of 22.35 to better her third-place standing on USC’s all-time list. She won the NCAA 200m title last year.
She is also on the Trojan 4X100m relay which enters the finals today with the fastest qualifying time of 42.53. 42.44 is the team’s best time, a Trojan record, and the fastest time in the nation this year.
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