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University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hallee Mohr capped off her outdoor season by finishing in 11th place nationally to earn second-team All-America status with her performance in the discus at the NCAA Championships, June 8.

Mohr represented the UH track and field team at the national championships in Eugene, Oregon with a mark of 55.46m (181-11) to become just the fourth Rainbow Wahine discus thrower to earn All-America recognition. The senior posted her best throw of the day on her second attempt and finished just two spots out of the finals.

Mohr set the school record in the discus at the Big West Championships with a toss of 58.25m (191-1) to earn her second career conference title in the event. She then went on to become the first UH discus thrower since 2012 to qualify for the NCAA Championships and first thrower overall to reach the finals since 2015 with a fifth-place finish and toss of 58.02m at the NCAA West Regionals.

It’s the second consecutive year that a Rainbow Wahine athlete has earned All-America status after Lilian Turban finished fourth in the high jump at the 2023 NCAA Championships. Mohr is the 16th UH athlete to achieve All-America status—indoors or outdoors.

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