Clemson's Rollins Breaks Own Mark In 100-Meter Hurdles -

Clemson's Rollins Breaks Own Mark In 100-Meter Hurdles

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Clemson junior Brianna Rollins broke her own collegiate record in the 100-meter hurdles on the final day of the NCAA outdoor track and field championships Saturday.


Rollins finished in 12:39 seconds, besting her mark of 12.47 seconds set in the semifinals Thursday. That time topped the previous record of 12.48 set by Southern California's Ginnie Powell at the 2006 NCAA outdoor championships in Sacramento, Calif.


Top-ranked Kansas wrapped up its first women's team title before the day was finished and had 60 points, thwarting Oregon's attempt to sweep team titles this year in the sport's three NCAA championships.


Texas A&M and Florida shared the men's title with 53 points apiece.

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