Since Jan. 11, Johannes Hock has found himself living in a new world.
That’s the date he arrived in Austin from his native Germany as a mid-term enrollee at Texas. It also was the first day he ever set foot on U.S. soil.
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NCAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Friday-Saturday, Fayetteville, Ark., ESPN3
Texas will have four men and 11 women competing at the NCAA national indoor championships:
Men: Hayden Baillio (shot put), Johannes Hock (heptathlon), Keiron Stewart (60-meter hurdles), Joe Stilin (mile)
Women: Shanay Briscoe (high jump), Courtney Okolo (400, 1600 relay), Danielle Dowie (400, 1600 relay), Briana Nelson (400, 1600 relay), Kendra Chambers (1600 relay, 800), Kaitlin Petrillose (pole vault), A’Lexus Brannon (long jump), Christy Udoh (200), Chalonda Goodman (200), Sara Sutherland (5,000), Morgan Snow (60-meter hurdles)