Weber State track athlete Tawnie Moore made her mark one last time in the 100 meter hurdles Thursday.

Moore ran the event in 13.03 seconds in a semifinal heat at the NCAA Track and Field Championships in Austin, Texas, breaking her own school and Big Sky Conference record of 13.11 set earlier this season.

Moore did not advance to Saturday’s event final but did finish 11th out of 24 runners across three heats, good enough to earn the Fremont High alumnus second team All-American status.

Moore was one of only four runners in the event not from a power school. Arkansas hurdler Janeek Brown posted the best semifinal time at 12.53.

In the 400 meter hurdles Thursday, Kate Sorensen ran 1:00.09, finishing 21st of 24 runners, but has time to build upon her sophomore appearance at the national meet. BYU senior Brenna Porter ran a 57.03 and did advance to the finals.

Nathan Dunivan is the final Weber State athlete to compete at nationals. He throws in the discus final at 6:05 p.m. MDT Friday.

Contact Brett Hein at bhein@standard.net. Follow him on Twitter @bhein3/@WeberHQ and at facebook.com/WeberStateSports.

Brett Hein is the sports editor and covers Weber State sports for the Standard-Examiner.

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