Both the BYU men's and women's track teams finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Track Championships held here May 29-June 1.

The men's team took home fourth place honors while the women's team placed eighth in the championships.Frank Fredericks, a sprinter from BYU, played a major role in carrying the men's team to fourth place. He won both the 100- and 200-meter dashes, the first time since 1978 that anyone has won both races.

He recorded two of the fastest times in history, clocking 10.03 in the 100 and 19.90 in the 200. Neither, however, qualified for a record since the races were aided by the wind.

However, during time trials he clocked a 20.13 in the 200 - the fastest time in the world this year. Fredericks also helped the BYU 4 X 100-meter relay team to a fifth-place finish.

On the BYU women's team, Ana Mosdell won the discus, Anu Kaljurand placed second in the heptathlon, and Hui Chen-Lee finished third in the javelin to help the team take eighth place.