Athletics Set for West Prelims

TEMPE – Time to punch some tickets! Arizona State Athletics is in Arkansas this week for four days of qualifying action at the Arkansas-hosted NCAA West Regionals. Thirty Sun Devils qualified for the West Prelims, which take place Wednesday through Saturday. The top 12 times/makes and top 12 relay teams from both the East and West Prelims qualify for the NCAA Championships June 8-11 in Eugene, Oregon. ASU has 11 top 20 brands in the western region. All action will be streamed via SEC Network+ and live results are available here.

West Prelims Tournament Central (schedule, clock links, tickets, etc.)
Watch: SEC Network + (watch ESPN)
Live Stats
Start list men
Start list women

Livestream links and start times:
Wednesday 25.5. 6 p.m. CT

Thursday 26.5. 6 p.m. CT

Friday 27.5. 5 p.m. CT

Saturday 28.5. 5 p.m. CT

Jamar Marshall Jr. (110H, 13.39) and Jorinde van Klinken (Discus 212-5, Shot 60-6.5) lead the region in their events while defending the Discus and Shot Put Champion Turner Washington is second in shot and third in discus throw. student in the first year Ralph Mullings is third in Discus and Frauenhammer Beatrice Llano and Shelby Moran are in fifth and eighth place respectively. Nationally, ASU has 11 top 10 brands, including van Klinken at the top of the discus board.

ASU qualified 11th at last year’s regional convention in College Station, Texas. Van Klinken, then the world leader in discus shooting, and Washington jointly broke the men’s and women’s discus range records, and Washington also set the range shot record. The men’s 4×1 group ran a 39.67 to qualify, while Llano and Moran qualified in the hammer, Alizee Minard and Carlan Naisant qualified in the javelin throw and Jan Schulz qualified in the discussion.

The Sun Devils come from the Pac-12 Championships where they have won 10 medals, three of which were gold. Jamar Marshall Jr. ran a 13.39 to set a new program record in the 110H and van Klinken swept in both shot and discus.

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