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MPSF Athletics | March 1, 2014

MPSF newcomer Southern California takes conference title

SEATTLE -- MPSF Women's Indoor Track and Field newcomer Southern California had a strong second and final day in winning the 2014 conference title, collecting 106 points, finishing ahead of Arizona State (81) and Arizona (75).

The Trojan women captured championships in the triple jump (Kemi Olonade, 41'-2.50"), 60-meter hurdles (Lauren Blackburn, 8.19), 60-meter run (Jessica Davis, 7.34), 200-meter run (Jessica Davis, 23.51) and 400-meter run (Coco Ndipagbor, 52.63), totaling 50 team points over the five titles.

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