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Eastern Washington’s Keshun McGee places 18th at NCAA Track and Field Championships

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AUSTIN, Texas – Eastern Washington junior Keshun McGee placed 18th in the men’s triple jump Friday during the third day of the NCAA Track and Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

McGee, who fouled on all three of his long jump attempts on Wednesday, went 51 feet, 9 inches on his second attempt in the triple jump.

McGee was 3 3/4 inches shy of becoming the Eagles’ first men’s All-American in track in 18 years.

TCU sophomore Chengetayi Mapaya won at 56-2 1/2.

In the men’s long jump, Washington State sophomore Mitch Jacobson placed 19th at 7- 1/2 and senior Peyton Fredrickson tied for 20th at 6-10 3/4.

LSU’s JuVaughn Harrison won at 7-5 1/4.

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