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Men's hammer thrower Trey Henderson and women's high jumper Nia Ali earned themselves All-American honors and their teams valuable points for their fourth and sixth place finishes, respectively.

On day two of the NCAA track meet, Brendan Ames (110m high hurdles), Jessica Davis (200m) and Aareon Payne (200m) advanced to the finals of the four day event.

Click here for the complete Day 2 recap.

With his fourth place finish, Henderson, who came in as a football player, completed an accomplished throwing career at USC.  He battled yesterday through a bad back and sickness to bank five points for the men's team on the strength of his final throw.

"It was a phenomenal performance for Trey considering the fact that he is injured and has been sick, and to come through on his last throw like that shows how mentally tough he is," said USC throws coach Dan Lange. 

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