DES MOINES, Iowa — Cameron Levins gave Southern Utah its first NCAA outdoor national champion in track and field, winning the 10,000 meters Wednesday night.
Levins held off Arizona's Stephen Sambu by 2 seconds, winning in 28 minutes, 7.14 seconds.
Oklahoma's Brittany Borman won the javelin at 184 feet, 7 inches, Nebraska sophomore Chad Wright took the discus at 206-0, and Texas's Marquise Goodwin won the long jump at 27-0.
Stanford's Katerina Stefanidi was the women's pole vault at 14-7 1/4, and San Diego State's Whitney Ashley took the discus at 196-10.
Auburn's Harry Adams qualified for the 100 final in 9.96, the fastest qualifying time in the history of the meet.
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