The top four finishers and athletes from Louisiana schools to qualify Thursday for the NCAA championships in Eugene, Oregon (the top 12 in each event advance to nationals):

WOMEN

10,000: 1, Erin Finn, Michigan, 33:13.46. 2, Elaina Balouris, William and Mary, 33:13.54. 3, Emily Stites, William and Mary, 33:15.25. 4, Megan Curham, Princeton, 33:25.12.

Hammer: 1, Julia Ratcliffe, Princeton, 221-6. 2, Brooke Pleger, Bowling Green, 216-2. 3, Brittany Funk, Akron, 211-4. 4, Nia Barnes, Alabama, 203-9. 10, Denise Hinton, LSU, 196-6.

Javelin: 1, Fawn Miller, Florida, 190-0. 2, Sabine Kopplin, Virginia Tech, 174-2. 3, Victoria Paterra, Miami (Ohio), 173-8. 4, Freya Jones, Georgia, 172-5. 11, Rebekah Wales, LSU, 162-9.

Long jump: 1, Sha’Keela Sanders, Kentucky, 21-1¼. 2, Brittney Howell, Penn State, 20-10¾. 3, Whitney Fountain, Clemson, 20-8½. 4, Quanesha Burks, Alabama, 20-8. 8, Nataliyah Friar, LSU, 20-5¾.

MEN

10,000: 1, John Mascari, Indiana State, 29:41.95. 2, Jim Spisak, Duquesne, 29:45.34. 3, Chris Bendtsen. Princeton, 29:51.08. 4, Martin Hehir, Syracuse, 9:52.49.

Javelin: 1, Chris Carper, Robert Morris, 239-9. 2, Raymond Dykstra, Kentucky, 236-9. 3, Tomas Guerra, Western Kentucky, 234-5. 4, Jay Stell, Navy, 234-1. 12, Joshua Cox, Louisiana Tech, 217-8.

Long jump: 1, Marquis Dendy, Florida, 25-8. 2, Corey Crawford, Rutgers, 25-6. 3, Jonathan Addison, North Carolina State, 25-4¾. 4, Jarvis Gotch, Louisiana Tech, 25-4½.

Shot put: 1, Stipe Zunic, Florida, 67-7. 2, Nick Vena, Georgia, 66-10¾. 3, Stephen Mozia, Cornell, 66-10½. 4, Jonathan Jones, Buffalo, 66-4¼. 6, Albert Fournette, UL-Lafayayette, 65-3½.