Brigetta Barrett clears the bar during the high jump at the U.S. championships in Des Moines, Iowa. She had only one miss Saturday.
Former Arizona Wildcat Brigetta Barrett booked her place in the track and field world championships with a personal-best jump of 6 feet 8 1/4 inches to win the high jump Saturday at the U.S. championships in Des Moines, Iowa.
Fred Harvey has never had a female duo more successful than Brigetta Barrett and Georganne Moline. Their Olympic appearances and success in both the Pac-12 and NCAA track and field championships back that up.
Georganne Moline stumbled over the eighth hurdle in last year's NCAA championships.
Arizona Wildcats senior Georganne Moline works out at Roy P. Drachman Stadium days before her college career comes to an end. Before she turns pro, she will compete in the 400-meter hurdles today at the Prefontaine Classic at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. "This is kinda the first meet into t…
Arizona senior Georganne Moline, sprinting to 5th place in the women's 400-meter hurdles at the London Games, says she's "ready" and "excited to do some things" after her UA career.
Georganne Moline's college career doesn't end for eight more days, but the Arizona senior is looking at this weekend as her first step toward the pros.
Arizona track star Georganne Moline placed fifth in the 400 hurdles at the London Olympics this afternoon.
LONDON - For the first time before a big meet, Jenn Suhr heard a positive message from her husband, Rick, who's also her coach.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt crosses the finish line in the second-fastest 100 time in history (9.63 seconds) to successfully defend his Olympic title.
Arizona Wildcat Georganne Moline clears a hurdle en route to winning her heat in the 400 hurdles with a personal-best time of 54.31 seconds to qualify for today's semifinals.
LONDON - Lining up for the Olympic 100-meter final, Usain Bolt wrapped up his signature prerace preening by lifting a finger to his lips.
EUGENE, Ore. - Arizona Wildcats hurdler Georganne Moline made sure the eighth hurdle was no obstacle Sunday, and earned an Olympic berth in the process.
UA's Georganne Moline will represent the United States at the London Olympics later this month.
Jill Camarena-Williams, a UA volunteer assistant coach, won the shot put with a throw of 62 feet 10 1/2 inches, nearly 2 feet better than anyone else.
EUGENE, Ore. - Arizona Wildcats volunteer assistant coach Jill Camarena-Williams placed first Friday in the the women's shot put final at the U.S. Olympic trials, and senior Georganne Moline advanced to the final of the 400-meter hurdles.
Tucsonan Bernard Lagat, finishing second to Galen Rupp in the 5,000, says making the Olympic team "was the most important thing. … I've been looking for something I don't have so far, and that is the Olympic gold medal."
UA's Brigetta Barrett and her flashy fingernails cleared 6 feet in the high jump prelims. "No reason why I can't go out there and do this," she said.