Andrade Takes 14th at USATF Championships
Andrade finished in the top-15 of the 400m hurdles in two-straight years at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships
June 26, 2015

EUGENE, Ore. – Jordin Andrade ran a 51.68 in the semifinals of the 400m hurdles at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Friday evening at Hayward Field, good for a 14th-place finish. The recently graduated Bronco ran in lane one and was just one of five collegians to compete in the field.

With his 14th-place day, Andrade has finished in the top-15 in the 400m hurdles at the USA Track and Field Championships two years in a row after taking 10th last season.

He joins Quincy Downing from LSU and Drew Branch from Georgia as the only two collegiate athletes to finish in the top 15 in both 2014 and 2015. In addition, Andrade took 17th as a sophomore in 2013, making him the only collegian to compete in three-straight USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships from 2013-15.

Andrade leaves Boise State with the 400m hurdles school record (49.64), six individual Mountain West Championships and one All-America honor after placing second in the 400m hurdles at the NCAA Championships two weeks ago.


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