San Diego State has qualified 16 athletes for the NCAA West Preliminary Championships, accumulating 19 marks across 13 events. Highlights include junior Jenna Fee Feyerabend, who will advance directly to the NCAA Championships after earning 5,750 points in the heptathlon. The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville will host the championship on May 23 and 25, with the top performers advancing to the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon from June 5-8.

By the Numbers
  • 19 marks across 13 events
  • Top 48 student-athletes and top 24 relay teams qualify for regionals
  • Jenna Fee Feyerabend ranks 13th nationally with 5,750 points
Yes, But

While many athletes have significant placements, competition at the NCAA regionals remains fierce, and performance on the day will be crucial. Newcomers like Aji Mbye face the challenge of their first NCAA meet, where experience can be a decisive factor.

State of Play
  • NCAA Preliminary Championships to be hosted by University of Arkansas
  • Qualifiers compete on May 23 and 25, aiming for the NCAA Championships
What's Next

The top athletes from the preliminary rounds will advance to the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Expectations are high for those like Feyerabend and other seasoned performers to make impactful showings.

Bottom Line

San Diego State's strong representation at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships speaks to the team's depth and talent. Their performance in Fayetteville will be a pivotal step toward national recognition at the NCAA Championships.