Maggie Malone is making another run at the Olympics.
The Fillmore Central graduate heaved the javelin 195 feet, 7 inches on Friday at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials to finish first in qualifying in Eugene, Oregon.
Malone, who competed at Texas A&M and finished 25th at the Rio Games in 2016, was one of 12 throwers to advance to Saturday's 7:30 p.m. finals.
Malone hit 195-7 on her first and only attempt.
Maddie Harris, who just wrapped up her redshirt season at Nebraska, also advanced to Saturday's javelin finals with a throw of 169-4. She placed eighth in qualifying. Former Husker Chantae McMillan was ninth with a throw of 167-11.
Two other Huskers competed at the trials Friday.
York graduate Mayson Conner advance to Sunday's men's high jump finals with a ninth-place showing in qualifying. The All-American cleared 7-2¼. Sunday's finals are set for 3:30 p.m.
Crete graduate Luke Siedhoff placed 22nd in the men's 110-meter hurdles, finishing in 13.72 seconds. He placed fifth in his heat.