Throwing For It

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Several Trojans starred at the Pac-12 Track and Field Championship this past weekend in Oregon, but the injury-riddled rosters kept USC from making any statements as a team.

Nellum-P12.jpg"I'm disappointed," said USC Director of Track and Field Ron Allice.  "I don't want to make any excuses with the injuries, but we didn't use all of our weapons that we have on scholarship."

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The Women of Troy placed fourth in the conference led, as they have been all season, by their throwers.  Most notably, Marissa Minderler won the hammer competition and scored in the shotput (photo below by Pac-12) and javelin.

The men's team, which finished seventh, missed sprinters Joey Hughes and Josh Mance, but senior Bryshon Nellum put an exclamation point on his comeback story with a win in the 400m four years after being shot three times in the legs. (Photo of Nellum by Pac-12)


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