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EUGENE, Ore. -- The Ivy League saw nine more All-Americans crowned on the second day of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
Princeton senior Julia Ratcliffe finished sixth in the hammer throw with a heave of 214-1 to earn first-team All-America honors for the third time in her career. Her teammate Allison Harris earned honorable mention All-America after competing in the pole vault.
In the 10K, Columbia senior Natalie Tanner placed 22nd to earn honorable mention All-America, while Lions sophomore Nell Crosby placed 16th in the steeplechase semifinals to end her season with second-team All-America honors.
Harvard teammates Gabby Thomas (200m) and Jade Miller (400mH) each advanced to the finals of their respective event. Thomas won her heat and finished fifth overall in the semis, while Miller finished second in her heat and sixth overall. Thomas also competed in the 100m, placing 22nd to earn honorable mention. Cornell junior Taysia Radoslav placed 15th overall to take home second-team All-America accolades.
A trio of Ivies ran in the 1,500m. Yale senior Frances Schmiede ran in the faster heat and finished ninth overall but was unable to advance to the finals, taking home second-team All-America status. Dartmouth senior Helen Schlachtenhaufen (second team) and Cornell junior Shannon Hugard (honorable mention) placed 16th and 23rd, respectively.
On Friday, Harvard senior Efe Uwaifo will compete in the men's triple jump at 5:40 p.m. on ESPN3.