With a stretch and fall, Jeshua Anderson won 400-meter intermediate hurdles in 47.93 in a photo finish in Eugene on Sunday.
Bershawn Jackson also clocked a 47.93 and Angelo Taylor, a 47.94, but Anderson crossed the line first by the narrowest of margins.
Although his WSU career came to a close earlier this month when he won his third NCAA title in the 400 meter hurdles, Anderson wore his WSU colors this weekend in taking the national title.
Anderson, a four-time Pac-10 champion in the event, set his personal best on Sunday.
Jeshua Anderson takes national title
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