Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Temple's Bob Keogh Advances To NCAA Championships In Hammer Throw

PHILADELPHIA - Senior Bob Keogh has earned a spot in the NCAA Championships hammer throw finals with a seventh place qualifying throw of 205-10 on Friday afternoon at Indiana University. Keogh placed in the top 12, thereby qualifying for the NCAA Championships held at Drake University.

Temple's Bob Keogh Advances To NCAA Championships In Hammer Throw

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PHILADELPHIA - Senior Bob Keogh has earned a spot in the NCAA Championships hammer throw finals with a seventh place qualifying throw of 205-10 on Friday afternoon at Indiana University. Keogh placed in the top 12, thereby qualifying for the NCAA Championships held at Drake University.

Keogh, a native of Willow Grove, Pa., made the cut of the top 12 athletes with his toss of 205-10. The senior held his own with the likes of Louisiana State's Walter Henning (3rd, 226-08) and Michael Lauro (4th, 217-09), along with Georgia's Justin Welch (5th, 215-06) and Florida's Jeremy Postin (6th, 214-07).

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