HOSTS: Marc Grandi, Gabe Ornelas, and Michael Strite
6:00 Warriors win second-straight championship
- First sweep in NBA Finals since 2007
- Did voters get the Finals MVP right?
- Is this now officially a dynasty?
- Where does it stack up against other NBA dynasties?
6:20 The Future of the NBA
- Are the next five years the Warriors’ to lose?
- Which team is next to beat Golden State in a playoff series?
- Where does LeBron James land this offseason?
- Could Kevin Durant really retire at age 35?
6:35 NBA Draft discussion
- Who goes No. 1 overall?
- Is there a Donovan Mitchell-like value pick in this draft?
- Predicting where Oregon’s Troy Brown Jr. lands
6:50 Quick hitters
- Ovechkin and Capitals bring home the Cup
- Wild weekend of NCAA Baseball Super Regionals
- Drama at Hayward Field over the weekend
- Surprising division-leaders in the MLB
The Southern California Trojans won the NCAA Track and Field Championships with an overall score of 53 points. USC was trailing Georgia by nine points heading into the final race, the 4X400, at current Hayward Field. With Purdue leading the race and Oregon in second, USC anchor Kendall Ellis ran down her two opponents, taking the race and the championship. Overall the Ducks finished in seventh place. The best finish for Oregon was 1500-meter runner Jessica Hull, who won the race with a time of four minutes and 8.75 seconds. In the 400-meter race, Oregon sophomore Makenzie Dunmore pulled up toward the end and struggled to finish. Lilli Burdon had a great last race in Hayward Field, finishing third in the 5000-meters with a time of 15 minutes and 43.22 seconds. Many other women had notable performances as well. Karissa Schweizer of Missouri continued her dominace as she won the 5000 meter and overall sixth NCAA title. Maggie Ewen of Arizona State double dipped in the field events, Ewen won the shot put and the discus. Keturah Orji of Georgia won her seventh NCAA triple jump title. Lynna Irby of Georgia set a meet record and ran a personal best time 49.80, in the women’s 400. This was the last meet and NCAA Championship at Historic Hayward Field before the renovations begin this summer. Next years NCAA Championship will take place at the University of Texas.
Meet Story (by Gabriel Ornelas)
Oregon Women’s Head Coach Robert Johnson
Oregon’s 4×100 Meter Relay Team
Oregon’s 1500 Meter Champion Jessica Hull
Oregon’s Lilli Burdon
USC 4×100 Meter Relay Team