LOS ANGELES — Oxy sprinter Tyler Webb has been the fastest NCAA Division III runner so far this outdoor season.
The junior from Santa Monica ran 10.82 at the Oxy Distance Carnival and Spring Break Classic on Saturday for the fastest time in the country since the qualifying window opened.
Webb, who continues to impress fans and coaches with where he is in his training, has run even faster than 10.82. He went 10.70 at the Rossi Relays, which is faster than former superstar Oxy sprinters Hugh Pegan and Jonathan Padron had ever run that early in the season.
Pegan was a six-time All-American (two individual and four relays) and a national champion in the 200m.
Padron was a five-time All-American (four individuals and one relay) and a two-time SCIAC Champion.
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