By Joseph Duarte, Houston Chronicle Updated 7:53 pm CDT, Thursday, May 23, 2019 University of Houston hurdler Amere Lattin. University of Houston hurdler Amere Lattin. Photo: University Of Houston Photo: University Of Houston Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 University of Houston hurdler Amere Lattin. University of Houston hurdler Amere Lattin. Photo: University Of Houston University of Houston’s Amere Lattin advances to quarterfinals 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Trumaine Jefferson became the first University of Houston athlete to punch his ticket to the NCAA outdoor championships. Jefferson posted a season-best jump of 25 feet, 6.75 inches to finish third in the men’s long jump Thursday night at the NCAA West Regional in Sacramento, Calif. Jefferson The NCAA outdoor championships is scheduled for June 3-5 on the University of Texas campus in Austin. University of Houston All-American Amere Lattin posted the second-fastest time in the 400-meter hurdles Thursday night to advance to the quarterfinals at the NCAA West Regional in Sacramento, Calif. Lattin, the top seed in the event, won his heat easily with a time of 50.09 seconds. Houston teammate Quivell Jordan also advanced with a time of 51.11. Texas A&M’s Infinite Tucker was the… Read full this story
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