Reanda Richards saw her stellar freshman campaign come to a close Saturday night after finishing in fourth place of the 400m hurdle final at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Richards ran a time of 56.42, which was 0.45 seconds faster than her semifinal effort on Thursday. However, it wasn’t enough to threaten victory, as USC’s junior Anna Cockrell won the title with a time of 55.23. Colorado’s senior Gabby Scott was second with a time of 56.04 and LSU’s junior Brittley Humphrey in 56.11 finished in third place. Here are the complete results of the race:
NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 400m Finals
Anna Cockrell – USC - 55.