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Kansas track and field qualified five athletes for the NCAA Outdoor Championships after the NCAA Prelims over the weekend. The weekend was highlighted by thrower Gleb Dudarev's fourth trip to the championships and pole vaulter Samantha Van Hoecke, after she became the first women's pole vault outdoor qualifier for Kansas since 2018. 

Despite finishing in the bottom half of the Big 12 Championships, Kansas Track and Field had multiple stand out performers who set multiple meet, school and facility records. The Jayhawks took home two Big 12 titles from senior Gleb Dudarev, who won his fourth career Big 12 title in the men’s hammer throw, and sophomore Zach Bradford in the pole-vault.