Reaser, who totaled a first-day personal-best 3,437 points after four events on Friday, wrapped up the two-day event with 5,612 points. Hyleas Fountain (Nike) posted the top score in the event with 6,419 points to advance to the London Olympics. Sharon Day (Asics) and Chantae McMillan (unattached) will join Fountain in London after finishing second and third, respectively.
Sitting in 12th place following the opening day of competition, Reaser, who finished sixth in the NCAA Championships in June, placed 18th in the long jump (18'-0.25") on Saturday before finishing 11th in the javelin (120'-10.00") and 11th in the 800 meters, where she established a personal best with a time of 2:16.54.
"Overall, she did a praiseworthy job of representing SDSU athletics," said head coach Sheila Burrell. "The future is bright."
The Olympic Trials conclude today, with two-time NCAA champion and former Air Force student-athlete Dana Pounds-Lyon competing in the finals of the women's javelin and Falcons volunteer coach Jenny Simpson taking part in the finals of the women's 1,500-meter run.
Also vying for a spot in London is former UNLV student-athlete Christine Spence, who will compete in the finals of the women's 400-meter hurdles. Should Spence finish among the top three today, she would to join 2012 UNLV grad Amanda Bingson and Rebels assistant coach Khadevis Robinson, who qualified earlier in the women's hammer throw and men's 800 meters, respectively.