July 1, 2012
Former Golden Gopher Gabriele Anderson competed for her ticket to London in the 1,500m final today to help wrap up the last day of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore.
Anderson easily cleared the Olympic A Standard time of 4:12.93, but narrowly missed a spot on the Olympic roster. She finished with a time of 4:07.38 to place fourth in the heat, 2.21 seconds shy of the top three.
Gabriele Anderson qualified for the final race after posting a time of 4:10.08 in the event semifinals on Friday night. She was one of five former women's track and field athletes that competed in this year's trials.
Gophers Win Seven Titles at SDSU
Members of the Minnesota women's track & field team got an early start to the season at the SDSU Holiday Open.
Gophers Sign Ten For 2017-18
Minnesota welcomes four throwers, four distance runners, and two jumpers to make up the program's early signing class.
Gophers Set for SDSU Holiday Open
Fourteen Gophers will get an early start to the 2017 track & field season this week in Brookings, S.D.