The Bruins were able to partake in a victory lap again. No. 21 UCLA men’s track and field trotted around Cromwell Field at USC’s Loker Stadium following a 102-60 victory over No. 8 USC. Sunday’s win for the men brought the Bruins to a one-meet deficit of 43-42 all-time versus the Trojans. “It was an awesome experience, especially celebrating it at USC’s track,” said freshman distance runner Munir Kabbara said. “As a freshman, having the camaraderie with the other guys and seeing the smiles on everyone’s faces, it was really great.” Kabbara and fellow freshman distance runner DJ Lawson won the first of three event victories for the men’s distance team in the 3000-meter steeplechase, contributing six points to the Bruins’ score total. “Me and my teammate (Lawson), we just wanted to go in there and score some points for the team,” Kabbara said. “We were working together the whole race, exchanging laps.” Kabbara was neck-and-neck with USC’s Mitch Libby, but a 1.5-second advantage on his final 400 meters gave Kabbara the first-place finish and a personal record of 9:17.139 – beating his opponent by six-tenths of a second. “I was just trying to save my time and energy for… Read full this story
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