Anthony Rotich Advances to the finals in the 3,000m steeplechase.
The UTEP women's 4x100m relay compete in day one of NCAA Championship.
Anthony Rotich and assistant coach Lacena Golding Clarke earn Mountain Region Honors.
Seven athletes from the UTEP track and field team are set to compete on the national stage in Eugene, Ore.
The UTEP track and field team add two more individuals and a relay team to the NCAA Championship roster.
Photo Gallery by Michael Patrick Reese
Photo Gallery by Michael Patrick Reese and Ivan Pierre Aguirre
Before UTEP: 2012-2013 (Lincoln University): A three-time All-American...recorded a career best in the 60m dash and posted a season best of 8.54 in the 60m hurdles at the Iowa State Classic...finished second in the 100m hurdles at the SLU Invitational, recording a qualifying time of 14.01 for the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships...finished first in the 100m hurdles with a time of 13.55 at the MIAA Conference Championship...garnered 11 top-ten finishes in 2013.
High School: Finished with a time of 12.86 in the 100m dash at the 2011 Jamaica National Championship Meet...claimed the bronze medal at the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Championship with a mark of 14.30.
Personal: A native of Jamaica...born on September 9, 1991...majoring in Accounting and Management.