College notes: TCU’s Moore wins Big 12 hurdles
05/18/2014 11:37 PM
05/18/2014 11:38 PM
TCU freshman Jordan Moore won the men’s 110-meter hurdles Sunday with a time of 13.64 seconds at the Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Lubbock.
Junior Megan Smith of TCU was second in women’s discus with a throw of 180 feet, 4 inches. Smith had finished second in the shot put Saturday.
The TCU men’s 4x100 relay of Kolby Listenbee, Cameron Echols-Luper, Ronnie Baker and Sam Watts finished second to Baylor.
Other TCU results included: Patricia Terry third in the women’s 1,500; TCU third in the women’s 4x100; Baker third in the men’s 400; Listenbee fourth in the men’s 200 and fifth in the 100; TCU third in the men’s 4x400; and TCU fourth in the women’s 4x400.
Lorraine Ugen was fourth in the women’s long jump Saturday and seventh in the 100 Sunday.
Texas, with 149 points, won the women’s title, and Texas Tech (160.5) won the men’s title. The TCU women (45) and men (51) were eighth in team standings.
Canion leads Baylor
Former Aledo star Whitney Canion pitched in both games and threw 305 pitches, leading Baylor to the NCAA Super Regional with a 3-1 victory over Tulsa in the second game of the Waco Regional on Sunday.
Canion threw 175 pitches in the opener before giving up a solo home run to Catherine Hoerner in a 1-0 loss in the opener, which forced the deciding third game.
In the second game, Canion started again and gave up a run in the first inning. But she did not give up another run the rest of the way.
Canion gave up eight hits, but walked just one and struck out nine.
For the day, Canion threw 171/3 innings, gave up two runs, 14 hits, two walks and struck out 19.
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a pitcher do what Whitney Canion did,” Baylor coach Glenn Moore said. “I don’t know how, but it was amazing.”
Also advancing to the super regionals was Oklahoma, which beat Texas A&M 11-6 in the Norman Regional.
Texas fell to Louisiana Lafayette 10-1 in the Lafayette Regional.
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