Van Klinken wins gold, James wins bronze in Eugene

EUGENE, Oregon – Jorinde van Klinken is a Pac-12 champion for the second year in a row and Dylan James finished on the podium for the second time in his Sun Devil career following day two of the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships. Van Klinken won the shot put (18.31m/60-1.00) and James was third in the long jump (7.50m/24-7.25). The ASU men are eighth with 15 points, while the women are fourth with 34 points. Thirteen Sun Devils will compete in the finals of their respective events after two days of qualifying, in addition to the final field events and relays.

Jalen Drayden finished sixth overall and second in the first run of the 100m. He set a personal best with his 10.37. Austin Kratz finished third in his heat and ninth overall (10.53).

justin robinson ran the second-fastest 400m preliminary time at 46.17, and he was the fastest Sun Devil of the day. He will be joined in the final alongside Gamali Felix (46.27).

cortney jones finished third overall in the 100H at 13.07, slightly behind his collegiate PR. Keira Christie Galloway also qualified with her sixth place finish in 13.42.

The freshman phenomenon Dayton Carlson reunited him in the 800m today, winning the event in 1:49.02. His time is just outside ASU’s all-time top 10 records, but he will have a chance to improve his time on Sunday.

cortney jones and Keira Christie Galloway continue to be a tandem to watch in the 100H. Jones was third overall in the preliminaries (13.07), while KCG was sixth (13.42).

Sun Devils in the final (qualifying time):

100m race

Jalen Drayden 10:37 a.m., Austin Kratz 10.53


cortney jones 13.07, Keira Christie Galloway 1:42 p.m.

Jamar Marshall Jr 13.52


justin robinson 8:70 p.m., Jalen Drayden 21.12,

Adriana Tatum 23.83


justin robinson 46.17, Gamali Felix 46.27


Ma’Kayla Dickerson 1:01.23


Dayton Carlson 1:49.02


Vincent Mauri 3:44.10