2014 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

June 11, 2014 to June 14, 2014
Hayward Field, Eugene, OR
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The Mercury News:

"Coach Milt is always telling us that the key to a solid race is putting yourself in a position where you have a chance to win with a lap to go, and I felt I definitely did that today."

FishDuck:

His time is second all-time in the NCAA and he's not even on track scholarship at Oregon. His primary sport is football.
*Video Interview With Devon After His Win

USTFCCCA:

The award goes to the best NCAA program taking into account XC, indoor and outdoor.

Runner's World:

He's in the Army’s World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) which "combines soldiering with competition, in part as a means of gaining U.S. citizenship."

Daily Relay:

Some interesting awards and analysis by Jesse Squire.

The Eagle:

Pat Henry's squad gets it done again.

LRC Last Man Standing: Anthony Rotich Successfully Defends His Steeplechase Crown

This race was very exciting over the last lap. An all-out war between two men that almost resulted in both of them going down on the final barrier because they were so spent. In the end, Rotich was your winner. Might runner-up Stanley Kebenei soon be on a US Olympic team?
*MB: 
Anthony Rotich and Stanley Kebenei wage great battle in men's steeple - Rotich repeats- Mason Ferlic top American in 4th

Oregonlive:

Pandini won the long jump and was 3rd in the 100 and 2nd in the 200.

Oregonlive:

The Ducks scored 88 points and were winning just about everything, including the 110m hurdles where a redshirt freshman football player you've likely never heard of, Devon Allen, ran 13.16.

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