Former Olympians Aretha Thurmond and Brad Walker lead contingent at U.S. Trials.
All four Husky sprinters advance and three Huskies move on in the 1,500-meters.
Twelve athletes from each event in the West Region will advance on to Iowa for the semis and finals.
Nine of the 30 Huskies heading for Austin will be making their NCAA Prelim debuts.
Four Huskies place in the top-seven in the men's javelin for 19 team points.
Brooke Pighin Photo Gallery 2012: Qualified for the NCAA West Prelims in the javelin, coming back from a redshirt season, and placing 18th at the Prelim meet in Austin, Texas ... scored at the Pac-12 Championships for the third time, throwing 154-10 to place sixth ... threw a season-best 158-5 at the UW-WSU Dual, finishing second ... at her first meet in two years, she threw 154-10 at the Trojan Invitational ... third at the Pepsi Team Invitational going 145-2 ... went 157-8 at the Beach Invitational, finishing sixth. 2011: Redshirted the year while rehabbing a torn elbow tendon. 2010: Continued as one of the top javelin throwers in the Pac-10 conference and in Husky history ... took runner-up honors at the Pac-10 Championships, tossing the javelin 160-11 ... won the Pepsi Team Invitational javelin title with a best toss of 166-feet, 6-inches ... earned Pac-10 Women's Field Athlete of the Week honors after her Pepsi Team Invite win, becoming the first Husky field athlete to win the award since Aretha (Hill) Thurmond ... threw a season-best 167-6 to win the javelin throw at the Brutus Hamilton Invite ... opened her season at the Texas Relays, taking ninth with a mark of 160-10 ... suffered an elbow tendon tear early in the season, and that contributed to her toughest outing of the year, at the NCAA Championship West Prelims in Austin, where she was unable to advance to the NCAA Championships for the second-straight year, winding up in 24th-place. 2009: Earned her first career All-America honor in her first year on the squad ... was the seventh-place finisher at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., throwing the javelin 165-feet, 9-inches ... made the final with a throw of 160-10 in qualifying ... had the second-best throw in school history with the new javelin implement at the UW-WSU dual meet, throwing 168-11 to take second ... finished fifth at her first Pac-10 Championships with a throw of 154-7 ... threw 157-5 at the Oregon Relays to take third ... became just the third Husky to surpass 160-feet in her second meet of the year, going 162-0 to take second at the Sun Angel Classic ... threw 155-1 at the Stanford Invite in her Husky debut. After NCAAs, placed second at the Canadian Championships, and extended her personal-best to 171 with a 4th place finish at the World Francophone Games in Beirut, Lebanon. 2008 (Fresno State): An NCAA Regional qualifier in the javelin with a top mark of 157-feet, 6-inches ... won the javelin at the Cal-Nevada Championships with a mark of 157-2 ... placed fifth at the WAC Championships, helping Bulldog women to a 2nd-place finish ... threw 138-5 at the West Region Championships to place 19th ... won the Mt. SAC dual meet javelin throw ... placed 5th in the 2008 Canadian Olympic Trials. High School and Personal: Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ... parents are Terrie and Garry Pighin ... has one younger brother, Darryl ... one of Canada's top javelin throwers ... placed 2nd at the 2007 Canadian Senior Nationals in the javelin with a throw of 157-7 and had the nation's fourth-ranked mark ... was second in the Provincial Championships as a sophomore and junior ... won the Canadian Junior National Championships in 2004 also lettered four years in basketball, four in soccer, and two in softball ... school's Athlete of the Year each year in high school ... made honor roll every year. Major Meets