Boling clocked a 10.18 to finish third in his 100-meter heat to finish eighth overall and qualify for Friday’s final (9:52 p.m.). Boling finished sixth in the 100 final in 2021 (10.19).
Boling qualified for the 200-meter final after taking second in his heat with a time of 20.24, which was fifth overall Wednesday. Boling, who finished fifth last year, now will race in the final Friday (10:37 p.m.).
Godwin qualified for the 400-meter final by winning the third heat with a fifth-overall time of 45.47. He races in the 400 final at 10:02 p.m. Friday.
The Bulldogs 4x400-meter relay team, featuring Boling and Godwin, failed to qualify for the finals, finishing 13th overall. Despite Godwin’s blistering final leg of 44.87 seconds, their time of 3:03.73 ranked 13th and missed the finals by four spots.
Thursday’s action will be carried on ESPNU at 8:30 p.m. Friday’s men’s finals will air on ESPN2 at 9 p.m., and the women’s finals will be broadcast on ESPN.