Jim Connolly and Mark Junkermann qualified for the NCAA meet while leading UCLA to a 100 1/2-62 1/2 track and field victory over California Saturday at Berkeley.
Connolly won the javelin with a personal best of 243 feet 7 inches, and Junkermann won the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 8 minutes 42.7 seconds, his best this season.
It was the 25th straight dual-meet victory for the Bruins (7-0).
UCLA's Mike Marsh won the 100 meters in 10.42 seconds, beating teammate Henry Thomas, who also ran 10.42. Thomas beat Marsh in the 200, running 22.09 to Marsh's 22.13.
USC freshman George Porter, running the 400-meter intermediate hurdles for the first time as a collegian, won with a time of 51.06 seconds in an open meet at USC. Porter set a national record in the 300-meter intermediates while at Cabrillo High School in Lompoc.
Nigerian Innocent Egbunike, formerly of Azusa Pacific, won the 100 meters in 10.24 seconds at the Grand Masters meet at Azusa. Egbunike beat Larry Myricks (second in 10.29) and two-time Olympic decathlon champion Daley Thompson (third in 10.53).