Rodriguez, who will be a junior at the University of Southern California, was fourth at the NCAA meet, while Solomon, a junior-to-be at South Carolina, was fifth in Sacramento. They joined Tyson in running the final with a slight 1.0 meters-per-second breeze at their backs.
Rising Tennessee senior Leslie Treherne, meanwhile, came away with a fourth-place result in the final of the 800-meter run. The native of Chesapeake, Va., charted a time of 2:05.74 en route to that outcome on the meet's final day
Treherne had advanced to Sunday's final in the 800m with a 2:09.63 mark that was the fastest in heat one. The Chesapeake, Va., product ranks second behind only heat two winner Alysia Johnson, who covered the distance in 2:09.52. Johnson, a rising junior from the University of California, was third at the recent NCAA meet, while Treherne was eighth.
Tyson also helped the United States 4x100-meter relay unit claim gold Sunday at the NACAC. She ran the second leg on the U.S. 4x1 quartet that zipped around the oval in a meet-best 43.53 seconds.
Aiding the American cause were Brooklynn Morris on the opener, Shareese Woods on the third leg and Shalonda Solomon on the anchor hitch. The U.S. easily defeated runner-up Puerto Rico, which was second in 46.60.