USC-UCLA finish off track and field season

Twanisha Terry
USC sprinter Twanisha Terry flashes across the tape in the 100 meters in a time of 10.9 seconds during a Pac-12 Conference track and field meet against UCLA. Photo by Dennis J. Freeman/News4usonline

LOS ANGELES, CA-The dual track and field meet between the USC Trojans and rival UCLA Bruins turned up mixed results for both teams on Sunday, April 28. The Trojans’ women track squad made it look easy in recording a runaway 90-69 win against the Bruins at Loker Field on USC’s campus.

UCLA’s men’s team wrapped up a 102-60 victory as both squads concluded their regular season finale before Pac-12 Conference championships. For the USC women’s team, the standouts on the day belonged to Twanisha Terry, who smoked the field in the 100 meters with a blistering time of 10.99 seconds, and versatile runner Anna Cockrell.

Cockrell finished second in the women’s 100-meter hurdles (13.04) and flew by the field in the 400-meter hurdles race (56.44) and was part of the Trojans’ 4×400 relay-winning squad (3:36.70).  UCLA’s men wrapped up an easy and lopsided conference victory.

Pac-12 Track and Field: USC-UCLA

Dennis J. Freeman
About Dennis J. Freeman 1367 Articles
Dennis is a news and sports photojournalist. Dennis has covered and written on issues such as civil rights, education, politics, and social justice. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Daily Breeze, Daily Press, Los Angeles Wave, Los Angeles Sentinel, and other media outlets. Dennis is currently the editor and publisher of News4usonline. He covers the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball, and NCAA. Dennis is an alum and graduate of Howard University.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply