June 4, 1998

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Notre Dame senior Jason Rexing wrapped his career by placing 14th in the 10,000 meters at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships in Buffalo, N.Y. Senior Errol Williams placed third in his heat to advance to the semifinals of the 110-meter hurdles which will be run on Fri., June 5.

Rexing, making his third straight appearance in the 10,000 meters at the NCAA championships, finished in 14th with a time of 29:54.82 after the Pickerington, Ohio, native, finished 16th a year ago and 13th in 1996. Stanford’s Brad Hauser won the race in 28:31.30.

Williams cruised to third in his heat in 14.08 while Clemson’s Jeremichael Williams won the heat in 13.94. The top 16 of the original field of 19 advance to the semifinals set for 7:35 p.m. on Friday. Errol Williams, a native of Luaderhill, Fla., entered the NCAA championships with the fourth fastest time of the field.