van Ingen finishes 27th at Olympic Trials
6/28/2012 (Updated 9:49:56 PM)EUGENE, Ore.Erik van Ingen placed 10th in his heat and 27th overall in opening round of the 1,500 on Thursday night at the U.S. Olympic Trials, which are being held at Hayward Field.
The four-time All-American clocked a time of 3:43.52 and missed advancing to the second round by three places.
Craig Miller won van Ingens heat, which was the first of three heats, in a time of 3:41.89. The top overall time of 3:40.78 was recorded by Jordan McNamara.
Rory Quiller, a three time All-American and 2008 NCAA champion at Binghamton, is currently in progress in the pole vault.
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