Utah State’s Brenn Flint places 23rd in finals of women’s shot put

EUGENE, Ore. – Utah State sophomore thrower Brenn Flint placed 23rd in the finals of the women’s shot put with a heave of 14.60 meters (47-10.75) at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Finals on Thursday at historic Hayward Field.

For her efforts, the native of Syracuse, Utah, earned honorable mention All-American honors.

“It was an honor to be here and compete,” Flint said. “My warmups felt really great, but the competition was tough. It was a lot of fun being in this atmosphere.”

Flint advanced to her first-ever Outdoor Finals by placing 12th in the first round of the shot put with a personal-best mark of 15.96m (52-4.50) on May 27 at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

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<strong>UTAH STATE RESULTS</strong>

<strong>NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, FINALS</strong>

<strong>EUGENE, ORE.</strong>

<strong>JUNE 8, 2017</strong>

WOMEN’S RESULTS:

Shot Put (finals) – 23. Brenn Flint, 14.60m (47-10.75).

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