June 13, 2014
EUGENE, Oregon - Brycen Spratling sprinted his way into fourth place in the men's 400 meter finals at Hayward Field on Friday evening of the NCAA Division I Track and Field Outdoor Championships. Spratling's time of 45.49 seconds earned him First Team All-American status, marking the third time in the senior sprinter's career to garner First Team honors.
Spratling achieved First Team All-American at the NCAA Indoor Championships in both the men's 400 meter and 4x400 meter relay. Spratling still has one more opportunity to claim the right of champion at the USATF Championships on June 26-29.
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