Solar Satan Observe and Discipline Climbing Nationwide Ranks


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NEW ORLEANS, LA. – Head Coach Dion Miller continues to propel ASU to the top of the national polls. The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released the third-week outdoor rating index and Arizona State track and field attributes ranked No. 9 for men and No. 22 for women. The men have now been in the top-12 for three consecutive weeks, while the women are the highest they’ve achieved all year.

Men’s Week-by-Week Rankings
Weekly ranking of women

Climbing the ranks ??

Men: Three weeks in the top-12
Women: 21 spots up from last week

Full Breakdown ??

— Sun Devil TFXC (@SunDevilTFXC) April 11, 2022

The ASU men finished seventh, eleventh and ninth that year. The women finished 36th, 43rd, and now 22nd. Both the men and women finished ninth at the 2021 NCAA Championships. It’s been a good season for the Sun Devils so far. Thirty-six Sun Devil brands in the men’s and women’s programs are in the top 50 in the country — the top 48 people in each event and the top 24 seasons go to their respective NCAA East and West elimination sites. ASU’s most senior individuals include:

Total national ranks

#1 Jorinde van Klinken, (62.38m/204-8)
#2 Turner Washington, shot put (20.87m/68-5.75)
#3 Ralford Mullings, Discus (63.50m/208-4
#4 Beatrice Llano, hammer throw (69.64m/228-6)
#5 Gymnast Washington, discus (62.12m/203-10)
#10 Jamar Marshall Jr., 110H (13.60)
#11 Shelby Moran, hammer throw (66.86m/219-4)
#11 Justin Robinson, 400m (45.88)
#13 Vincent Mauri, 5K (13:40.69)
#16 Dylan James, triple jump (15.65m/51-4.25)
#23 Katie Eidem, Heptathlon (5,405 points)
#24 Lena Lebrun, 3 km steeplechase (10:15.86)

ASU has three matches left in the regular season. The historic Mt. SAC Relays run Thursday through Saturday this weekend in Walnut, Calif., followed by ASU’s final home meet on April 22-23 – the ASU Twilight Invite. The season ends on April 30th at the Desert Heat Classic in Arizona. The Pac-12 championships will be held May 13-15 at Hayward Field in Oregon, followed by the NCAA West Prelims in Arkansas May 26-28, and finally the national championships June 8-11 at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.