Ohio State Buckeyes send 12 entries to NCAA women's track and field championships

Staff reports
Anavia Battle is one of seven athletes on the Ohio State women's track and field team who earned individual spots in the NCAA championships.

After the regional finals in Bloomington, Indiana, the Ohio State women's track and field team will send 12 entries at the NCAA championships, including 10 individual entries from seven different athletes as well as the 4x100m relay and 4x400m relay squads.  

The 4x100m relay team broke the program’s outdoor record and facility record by running a 42.87.  

Jaimie Robinson broke the program’s outdoor record in the triple jump with a best mark of 13.60m. In the 100m, Anavia Battle (11.20) and Yanique Dayle (11.24) finished second in their heats to earn automatic spots at nationals. Nya Bussey ran a wind-legal personal-best 11.27 to earn the first timed qualifying spot, finishing ninth.  

Chanler Robinson ran a personal-best 57.63 in the 400m hurdles. Battle and Dayle finished first and second, respectively, in their heat of the 200m. Battle matched her season-best 22.38, while Dayle ran a personal-best 22.64.  

The 4x400m relay squad finished second in the heat and fifth overall (3:30.35).  

Alexus Pyles

Alexus Pyles advanced in the 100m hurdles after finishing third in her heat and 10th overall (13.29).  

The NCAA championships are June 8-11 in Eugene, Oregon.