CCSU's Aaron Radden Runs 21.06 in 200m at NCAA Championships
Nampa, ID -- Central Connecticut junior Aaron Radden ran 21.06 in the 200 meters at the NCAA Championships on Friday night, and narrowly missed advancing to the finals. Radden's time was the 10th best, with the first eight advancing to the finals later on Friday night.
All eight qualifying times for the final were under 21 seconds, including the two fastest collegiate times this season. The winner of Radden's prelim ran the fastest time in the world this season (20.39).
Boise State is the host site of the 2012 NCAA Indoor Championships which will be held at Jackson's Indoor Track in Nampa, Idaho.
The junior sprinter entered Friday's meet as the nine seed (20.96) in the 200m.
200 METER PRELIM RESULTS
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