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Two Cougars set to compete at NCAA track and field championships

Liz Harper and CJ Allen will start on the path the bring individual gold back to Pullman tomorrow night

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Wednesday night the fastest runners in the NCAA will head to Eugene for the NCAA track and field championships. And two Cougar athletes will be joining that party.

Junior CJ Allen will be competing in the men's 400 meter hurdles. He advanced after finishing seventh at the NCAA West Regional on May 27th. He'll be the first WSU athlete to start his quest. the semi-final has a post time of 6:30 tomorrow night.

Junior Liz Harper will also be competing at the event. She is one of the 24 competitors in the heptathlon and will also be apart of the field for the women's high jump. Harper also competed in the event at the west regional 2 weeks ago. She'll have to wait a little longer to take the field, with 4 heptathlon events taking place on Friday, and the other three, plus her high jump, taking place on Saturday.

No guarantee that these events will be shown, but the championships will be on the ESPN family of networks all week. Wednesday's games will be on ESPN2, and Friday and Saturday's action can be seen on ESPN.


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