Junior Men’s Javelin


“How does it feel to beat your competition by such a large margin?” – Camelio:

“Really I’m not here to compete against other people.  I like to compete against myself.  However the marks landed that’s just how it is.  It was really just competing against myself and doing better than what I normally do or staying consistent with what I’ve done.” – Thompson


“At what point did you know you were going to win?” – Camelio:

“I didn’t know until after everybody got done throwing; until I passed the last one.  Normally I pass on one by one.  I don’t want to pass all of them and then somebody beats me or two people or whatever.  It’s not over till it’s over.” – Thompson


“What was going through your head when you threw that winning javelin?” – Camelio:

“It felt good.  I was really thinking about finally securing a spot and looking more forward to seniors.” – Thompson

Junior Women’s Discus


Josephine Natrasevschi (Brown), first place, (175-7/53.52m)


On winning the event:

“It’s a great feeling. This is big for me. I have Olympic aspirations, and this is one of the steps.”


On returning to Eugene after placing 16th at the 2015 NCAA Championships with a best mark of 51.38m/168-7:

“I felt kind of flat at NCAAs. I was really struggling with my energy level. Today was much better.”