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Anji Shakya clocked 4:49.51 in leading last Friday’s 500-yard freestyle virtually from start to finish to top the podium for the second time in as many years at the NCAA Championships. The Davis native and senior captain was also fifth in the 200 free (1:49.25) and was part of four relays that reached the championship final. The second-place 800 free relay shattered the school record by over a second and a half at 7:22.00. With six more top-eight finishes, she leaves the UCSD program as a 19-time All-American for her career.
Senior Maya Senanwa clocked 17:03.33 in the long jump and second on the aggregate list to lead the conference and finish sixth at the NCAA Championships. Senanwa also placed fourth in the 60-meter hurdles (8.28) and seventh in the 400 free relay.
The University of California, San Diego honored outstanding student-athletes on the men’s and women’s spring track and field teams at Saturday’s annual NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. Sophomore Kevin Johnson (Homewood, Pennsylvania/Homewood) earned first-team All-America honors in the men’s 100-meter hurdles. Junior Anji Shakya (Davis, California/Davis) was named a finalist for national team honors in the women’s triple jump. UCSD student-athletes combined for 12 individual first-team, three second-team and two honorable mention selections in the NCAA championships. UCSD set five new UCSD and West Coast Conference (WCC) meet records and four NCAA indoor and outdoor championships records. The Tritons finished second in the team standings at the NCAA Championships.