Heather Abadie and Lianna Davidson secured spots in the NCAA Championships in the pole vault and javelin, respectively, during the NCAA West First Round at John McDonnell Field. Davidson claimed third place in the women's javelin with a mark of 56.89m/186-7 on her first attempt. Abadie, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, qualified for her first outdoor national meet by clearing 4.30m/14-1.25 in the pole vault. The Aggie women earned seven spots in Saturday's quarterfinals, with notable performances from Jaiya Covington, Camryn Dickson, Semira Killebrew, Jermaisha Arnold, Jaydan Wood, and Nissi Kabongo.

By the Numbers
  • Davison threw 56.89m/186-7 in javelin to secure third place.
  • Abadie cleared 4.30m/14-1.25 in the pole vault to qualify for nationals.
  • The Aggie women earned seven spots in Saturday's quarterfinals.
State of Play
  • Heather Abadie and Lianna Davidson have advanced to the NCAA Championships.
  • The Aggie women secured seven spots in Saturday's quarterfinals.
What's Next

The men's team will compete in the third day of the NCAA West First Round to secure more tickets to the National Championships.

Bottom Line

Heather Abadie and Lianna Davidson's qualifications, along with the strong performances of the Aggie women's team, mark a successful event as they progress towards the NCAA Championships.