2013 NCAA D1 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships
Fayetteville, AR | Randal Tyson Track Center
March 8 - 9th, 2013

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Women's Shot Put - 5:00pm ET

Oklahoma's Tia Brooks launches a new collegiate record of 63-00.75 to win her third NCAA title. Pictures and results to come.


Women's Mile - 7:00pm ET

It was the battle and result that we expected as Colorado's Emma Coburn lead to wire to wire to take yet another NCAA title. Coburn's biggest threat, FSU's Amanda Winslow, sat on the Buff the entire way until the eventual champion pulled away with 150m to go.

Florida's other mile, Agata Strausa, hung tough and ran a solid last 200m to take third. One of Flotrack's biggest surprise of the indoor season, Georgia's Carly Hamilton, finished in fourth. She was once a "mystery" girl on our NCAA cross country highlight banner, but now she's fourth in the NCAA Indoor mile.









Place Name Affiliation Time 209m 409m 609m 809m 1009m 1209m 1409m Mile
1 Emma Coburn COLO 4:29.91 34.44 (34.44) 1:08.49 (34.06) 1:42.98 (34.49) 2:17.43 (34.46) 2:51.34 (33.92) 3:24.82 (33.48) 3:57.48 (32.67) 4:29.91 (32.43)
2 Amanda Winslow FSU 4:31.08 34.55 (34.55) 1:08.72 (34.18) 1:43.26 (34.55) 2:17.70 (34.44) 2:51.53 (33.83) 3:24.89 (33.36) 3:57.62 (32.74) 4:31.08 (33.46)
3 Agata Strausa UFL 4:36.91 35.10 (35.10) 1:09.39 (34.30) 1:43.95 (34.56) 2:18.30 (34.36) 2:52.41 (34.11) 3:26.96 (34.56) 4:01.53 (34.58) 4:36.91 (35.38)
4 Carly Hamilton UGA 4:38.44 34.83 (34.83) 1:09.17 (34.35) 1:43.68 (34.51) 2:18.12 (34.45) 2:52.08 (33.97) 3:26.49 (34.41) 4:01.47 (34.99) 4:38.44 (36.97)
5 Amanda Mergaert UTAH 4:38.88 34.92 (34.92) 1:09.49 (34.58) 1:43.79 (34.30) 2:18.60 (34.81) 2:53.42 (34.82) 3:29.93 (36.52) 4:06.71 (36.78) 4:38.88 (32.17)
6 Becca Friday ORE 4:39.23 34.79 (34.79) 1:09.33 (34.55) 1:43.91 (34.58) 2:19.53 (35.63) 2:54.95 (35.42) 3:30.95 (36.01) 4:06.66 (35.72) 4:39.23 (32.57)
7 Kelly Williams WVU 4:39.30 35.28 (35.28) 1:09.95 (34.68) 1:44.64 (34.69) 2:20.11 (35.48) 2:55.19 (35.08) 3:30.70 (35.52) 4:06.40 (35.71) 4:39.30 (32.90)
8 Rebecca Tracy ND 4:39.48 35.04 (35.04) 1:08.97 (33.94) 1:43.53 (34.56) 2:18.03 (34.51) 2:52.19 (34.16) 3:27.97 (35.78) 4:04.80 (36.84) 4:39.48 (34.68)
9 Rachel Schneider GTWN 4:43.84 35.25 (35.25) 1:09.67 (34.42) 1:44.20 (34.54) 2:19.82 (35.62) 2:55.33 (35.52) 3:31.47 (36.14) 4:07.75 (36.28) 4:43.84 (36.10)
10 Anne Kesselring ORE 4:50.77 34.96 (34.96) 1:09.74 (34.79) 1:45.11 (35.37) 2:21.51 (36.41) 2:58.78 (37.27) 3:36.82 (38.05) 4:14.21 (37.39) 4:50.77 (36.57)


Men's Mile - 7:10pm ET

What just happened?!

Arizona's Lawi Lalang gets the win, but was only challenged in the final meters. In a very odd series of events, Lalang (who was already leading), threw in a surge and gapped the field at roughly the 700m mark.

Rather than cover the move, the field was content to sit back and work together. The chase pack may have underestimated Lalang as he was "only" running at 3:58 pace. The pre-race favorite and defending NCAA champion, Tulsa's Chris O'Hare, started to run backwards as NC State's Ryan Hill pulled a "Diego Estrada" and made a huge move to try and catch Lalang.

Hill was rolling (take a look at the splits below) and it looked like he was going to run out of room. Lalang then took a peak back, shifted gears, and repeatedly yelled "YES" on the homestretch as he pulled away in the final 50m to set a new NCAA meet record of 3:54.74.













Place Name Affiliation Time 209m 409m 609m 809m 1009m 1209m 1409m Mile
1 Lawi Lalang ARIZ 3:54.74 30.16 (30.16) 59.87 (29.72) 1:29.88 (30.02) 1:59.76 (29.88) 2:29.35 (29.59) 2:58.47 (29.13) 3:27.25 (28.78) 3:54.74 (27.49)
2 Ryan Hill NCSU 3:55.25 30.57 (30.57) 1:00.76 (30.19) 1:31.15 (30.39) 2:01.69 (30.55) 2:31.91 (30.22) 3:01.09 (29.18) 3:28.87 (27.79) 3:55.25 (26.38)
3 Austin Mudd WIS 3:57.93 30.52 (30.52) 1:00.37 (29.85) 1:30.89 (30.53) 2:01.78 (30.89) 2:32.66 (30.88) 3:02.37 (29.72) 3:30.37 (28.00) 3:57.93 (27.56)
4 Tyler Stutzman STAN 3:59.70 30.68 (30.68) 1:00.52 (29.84) 1:31.55 (31.04) 2:02.06 (30.51) 2:32.43 (30.37) 3:01.98 (29.55) 3:31.26 (29.29) 3:59.70 (28.44)
5 John Simons MINN 3:59.71 30.72 (30.72) 1:00.96 (30.25) 1:31.40 (30.44) 2:01.89 (30.49) 2:32.24 (30.35) 3:01.81 (29.58) 3:30.95 (29.15) 3:59.71 (28.77)
6 Christopher Fallon OHST 4:02.28 31.10 (31.10) 1:01.13 (30.03) 1:31.87 (30.75) 2:02.73 (30.87) 2:32.96 (30.23) 3:03.54 (30.59) 3:33.85 (30.31) 4:02.28 (28.43)
7 Chris O'Hare TULS 4:02.96 30.35 (30.35) 1:00.25 (29.90) 1:31.35 (31.11) 2:02.23 (30.88) 2:31.63 (29.41) 3:01.37 (29.74) 3:32.39 (31.03) 4:02.96 (30.57)
8 Michael Atchoo STAN 4:04.92 30.88 (30.88) 1:00.72 (29.84) 1:31.75 (31.04) 2:02.36 (30.61) 2:33.06 (30.70) 3:03.42 (30.37) 3:34.37 (30.95) 4:04.92 (30.55)
9 Robby Creese PSU 4:08.82 30.75 (30.75) 1:00.50 (29.75) 1:30.42 (29.93) 2:01.17 (30.75) 2:32.53 (31.36) 3:04.58 (32.06) 3:36.39 (31.82) 4:08.82 (32.43)
DNF Raul Botezan OKST NT 31.00 (31.00) 1:01.18 (30.18) 1:31.98 (30.81) 2:04.05 (32.08)


Women's 60m Hurdles - 7:20pm ET

It was always going to be Clemson's Brianna Rollins. She looked strong out of the blocks, but wasn't alone as Baylor's Tiffani McReynolds was a half step behind the NCAA 60mH record holder.

By the time Rollins passed the penultimate hurdle, the race was hers for the taking. Her winning time of 7.79 improve on her meet record of 7.82, which she set in yesterday's prelims.

Event 24  Women 60 M Hurdles
=======================================================================         
 Two heats.  Top 2 plus the next 4 fastest advance to Final.                    
    American: A  7.72  3/13/2010   Lolo Jones                                   
  Collegiate: C  7.78  1/11/2013   Brianna Rollins, Clemson                     
   NCAA Meet: M  7.84  3/10/2006   Virginia Powell, Southern California         
    Facility: F  7.84  3/10/2006   Virginia Powell, USC                         
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
=======================================================================         
Finals                                                                          
  1 Brianna Rollins           JR Clemson                   7.79F  10            
  2 Tiffani McReynolds        JR Baylor                    7.96    8            
  3 Jasmin Stowers            JR LSU                       8.08    6            
  4 Donique' Flemings         SR Texas A&M                 8.11    5            
  5 Brea Buchanan             SO UCLA                      8.16    4            
  6 Katie Grimes              SR Texas Tech                8.20    3    8.196   
  7 Jade Barber               SO Notre Dame                8.20    2    8.197   
  8 Morgan Snow               SO Texas                     8.28    1            



 



Men's 60m Hurdles - 7:30pm ET
Florida's Eddie Lovett ran a strong second half to pull away from Texas A&M's Wayne Davis III. In his post-race interview, Lovett was full of confidence moving forward.

 

Event 8  Men 60 M Hurdles
=======================================================================      
 Two heats.  Top 2 plus the next 4 fastest advance to Final.                 
    American: A  7.36  3/6/2004    G.Foster - A.Johnson -T.Trammell          
  Collegiate: C  7.47  2/7/1997    Reggie Torian, Wisconsin                  
   NCAA Meet: M  7.51  3/10/2006   Aries Merritt, Tennessee                  
    Facility: F  7.42  2/15/2003   Terrence Trammell, USA                    
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
=======================================================================      
Finals                                                                       
  1 Eddie Lovett              JR Florida                   7.50M  10         
  2 Wayne Davis II            JR Texas A&M                 7.59    8         
  3 Spencer Adams             SR Clemson                   7.60    6         
  4 Greggmar Swift            JR Indiana State             7.70    5         
  5 Keiron Stewart            SR Texas                     7.72    4         
  6 Johnathan Cabral          SO Oregon                    7.73    3         
  7 Keith Hayes               SR Kentucky                  7.74    2         
  8 Ray Stewart               SR California                7.89    1







Women's 400m - 7:40pm ET
Section 1

Regina George gets a personal best, but it was all Shaunae Miller. Miller had control of the race the entire time and despite the home crowd finally coming to a roar as George made a move on the final turn, Miller had enough on the tank to hold her off.

We'll have to wait for the second section to decide the winner, but Miller should be safe.

Place Name Affiliation Time 200m 400m
1 Shaunae Miller UGA 50.88 23.52 (23.52) 50.88 (27.36)
2 Regina George ARK 51.05 23.73 (23.73) 51.05 (27.33)
3 Diamond Dixon KU 52.38 24.51 (24.51) 52.38 (27.87)
4 Briana Nelson TEX 53.24 24.00 (24.00) 53.24 (29.24)






Section 2

They never went after it. We're waiting on splits and results, but after about 100m, we knew that Miller's title was safe. We'll have more in a bit.





Event 19  Women 400 M
=======================================================================         
 Four heats.  Top 8 fastest times advance to a 2 section Final.                 
 Final seeded as per Rule 10-5.1a-b.                                            
    American: A 50.54  3/13/2010   Francena McCorory                            
  Collegiate: C 50.54  3/13/2010   Francena McCorory, Hampton                   
   NCAA Meet: M 50.54  3/13/2010   Francena McCorory, Hampton                   
    Facility: F 50.54  3/13/2010   Francena McCorory, Hampton                   
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
=======================================================================         
Section  1 Finals                                                               
  1 Shaunae Miller            FR Georgia                  50.88   10            
  2 Regina George             SR Arkansas                 51.05    8            
  3 Diamond Dixon             JR Kansas                   52.38    3            
  4 Briana Nelson             JR Texas                    53.24    1            
Section  2 Finals                                                               
  1 Ashley Spencer            SO Illinois                 51.27    6            
  2 Phyllis Francis           JR Oregon                   52.01    5            
  3 Georganne Moline          SR Arizona                  52.09    4            
  4 Sparkle McKnight          JR Arkansas                 52.52    2 


Men's 400m - 7:50pm ET
Section 1
Oregon's Mike Berry ran a fantastic race to give him a new indoor 400m personal best. Arkansas' Anton Kokorin may have lead at the break (and the bell), but Berry made one perfect move on the backstretch to overtake Kokorin before the turn.

However, this second section is what everyone is waiting for... they just announced that Leondore could take a shot at the world record. We'll see - the record is no joke.





Section 2
STUNNER!!! A&M's Deon Lendore is upset by Houston's Errol Nolan. The backstory was all Lendore, but the final 50m was all Nolan. Lendore looked so calm at the bell, but when he started to clench his teeth coming off the final turn, we knew he was in trouble.

If you're the national champion, then it's totally fine to wear sunglasses indoors.






Women's 60m - 8:00pm ET
One heat in the 60m, two heats in the 200m ain't nothing for UCF's Aurieyall Scott. Lined up next to Oregon's English Gardner, Scott executed a near perfect race to take the title after being denied yesterday.

The 200m specialist, LSU's Kimberlyn Duncan, quickly faded as the rounds from yesterday may have taken their toll on her.



Event 17  Women 60 M
=======================================================================         
 Two heats.  Top 2 plus the next 4 fastest advance to Final.                    
    American: A  6.95  3/7/1998    Gail Devers - Marion Jones                   
  Collegiate: C  7.09  3/11/2001   Angela Williams/Lakya Brookins, USC/         
   NCAA Meet: M  7.09  3/12/2011   Lakya Brookins, South Carolina               
    Facility: F  7.02  2/12/2012   Tiana Madison, USA                           
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
=======================================================================         
Finals                                                                          
  1 Aurieyall Scott           JR UCF                       7.13   10            
  2 English Gardner           SO Oregon                    7.15    8            
  3 Octavious Freeman         SO UCF                       7.16    6            
  4 Dezerea Bryant            SO Clemson                   7.24    5            
  5 Jenna Prandini            FR Oregon                    7.38    4            
  6 Stormy Kendrick           SR Clemson                   7.40    3    7.397   
  7 Kimberlyn Duncan          SR LSU                       7.40    2    7.399   
  8 Asia Cooper               FR Mississippi               7.41    1            

 



Men's 60m - 8:10pm ET
The U.S. Indoor 60m champion is now the NCAA 60m champion. Mississippi State's D'Angelo Cherry had no one beside him after VT's Darrell Wesh false started, but that didn't matter.

Cherry is legit, but we wish we could have seen him go up against the duo from Florida State.


Event 1  Men 60 M
=======================================================================      
 Two heats.  Top 2 plus the next 4 fastest advance to Final                  
    American: A  6.39  3/3/2001    Maurice Green                             
  Collegiate: C  6.45  2/20/1999   Leonard Myles-Mills, BYU                  
   NCAA Meet: M  6.51  3/15/2008   Richard Thompson, LSU                     
    Facility: F  6.46  2/15/2003   Terrence Trammell, USA                    
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
=======================================================================      
Finals                                                                       
  1 D'Angelo Cherry           SR Miss State                6.54   10         
  2 Marcus Rowland            SR Auburn                    6.55    8         
  3 Charles Silmon            SR TCU                       6.61    6    6.601
  4 Harry Adams               SR Auburn                    6.61    5    6.608
  5 Markesh Woodson           FR Missouri                  6.66    4         
  6 Bryce Robinson            FR Tulsa                     6.69    3         
  7 Tevin Hester              FR Clemson                   6.70    2         
 -- Darrell Wesh              JR Virginia Tech               FS              


Women's 800m - 8:20pm ET
We've followed this story the entire indoor season. LSU had the well-established Charlene Lipsey, but she was joined this year by our dark horse pick, Natoya Goule. Goule pulled a "Lawi Lalang" as she took the race by the jugular and never let go. The splits and picture (below) tell the story of a frontrunner who was able to hang on in the final 50m.

We also said to watch out for Oregon's Laura Roesler, who looked fantastic in her semifinal. Roesler would power past Lipsey in the final few meter to take second place and earn valuable points for the Ducks.
 

Place Name Affiliation Time 200m 400m 600m 800m
1 Natoya Goule LSU 2:02.00 27.30 (27.30) 58.95 (31.65) 1:30.89 (31.94) 2:02.00 (31.12)
2 Laura Roesler ORE 2:02.32 28.07 (28.07) 1:00.17 (32.11) 1:32.01 (31.84) 2:02.32 (30.32)
3 Charlene Lipsey LSU 2:02.47 27.93 (27.93) 1:00.02 (32.10) 1:31.89 (31.87) 2:02.47 (30.58)
4 Samantha Murphy ILL 2:03.95 29.23 (29.23) 1:00.30 (31.07) 1:32.09 (31.79) 2:03.95 (31.87)
5 Natalja Piliusina OKST 2:04.46 28.89 (28.89) 1:00.40 (31.51) 1:32.85 (32.46) 2:04.46 (31.61)
6 Cydney Ross DUKE 2:04.52 28.54 (28.54) 1:00.67 (32.13) 1:33.04 (32.37) 2:04.52 (31.49)
7 Ejiroghene Okoro IAST 2:05.44 28.11 (28.11) 1:00.22 (32.11) 1:32.60 (32.39) 2:05.44 (32.84)
8 Kendra Chambers TEX 2:08.98 28.51 (28.51) 1:00.55 (32.04) 1:33.55 (33.01) 2:08.98 (35.44)








Event 20  Women 800 M
=======================================================================         
 Two heats.  Top 3 plus next 2 fastest advance to Final.                        
 Two waterfall start, 2 turn stagger.  (5,3)                                    
 Prelim: Random draw. Final: Top 3 outside, random.                             
    American: A 1:58.71  3/2/2002    Nicole Teter                               
  Collegiate: C 2:00.75  2/27/2005   Nicole Cook, Tennessee                     
   NCAA Meet: M 2:01.77  3/6/1999    Hazel Clark, Tennessee                     
    Facility: F 2:00.75  2/27/2005   Nicole Cook, Tennessee                     
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points         
=======================================================================         
Finals                                                                          
  1 Natoya Goule              JR LSU                    2:02.00   10            
  2 Laura Roesler             JR Oregon                 2:02.32    8            
  3 Charlene Lipsey           SR LSU                    2:02.47    6            
  4 Samantha Murphy           JR Illinois               2:03.95    5            
  5 Natalja Piliusina         JR Oklahoma State         2:04.46    4            
  6 Cydney Ross               SR Duke                   2:04.52    3            
  7 Ejiroghene Okoro          SR Iowa State             2:05.44    2            
  8 Kendra Chambers           SR Texas                  2:08.98    1  
          

Men's 800m - 8:30pm ET
Elijah Greer shifted gears at a bell and then put it into overdrive in the final steps. PSU's Cas Loxsom lead the field through 200m (25.73) and 400m (53.15), but it would be Greer who would take the bell.

Loxsom hesitated a bit before covering the move and looked like we had a chance to finally get that NCAA 800m title. Also moving well on the turn was Loyola's (Ill.) Declan Murray, but it was all Greer up front.

Coming off the turn, Greer turned it up a notch and even though Loxsom was still fighting, Greer would hold him off.

The 800m also had big implications for the team race. Florida's Sean Obinwa picked up HUGE points for the Gators (5) while Arkansas, who originally had four entries in this race, "only" picked up 5 points through Rono and Squella.

Event 4  Men 800 M
=======================================================================      
 Two heats.  Top 3 plus next 2 fastest advance to Final.                     
 Two waterfall start, 2 turn stagger.  (5,3)                                 
 Prelim: Random draw. Final: Top 3 outside, random.                          
    American: A 1:45.00  3/8/1992    Johnny Gray                             
  Collegiate: C 1:44.84  3/4/1989    Paul Ereng, Virginia                    
   NCAA Meet: M 1:45.33  3/10/2001   Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona              
    Facility: F 1:45.33  3/10/2001   Patrick Nduwimana, Arizona              
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
=======================================================================      
Finals                                                                       
  1 Elijah Greer              JR Oregon                 1:47.13   10         
  2 Casimir Loxsom            SR Penn State             1:47.23    8         
  3 Declan Murray             SR Loyola (Ill.)          1:47.60    6         
  4 Sean Obinwa               JR Florida                1:47.81    5         
  5 Harun Abda                SR Minnesota              1:48.24    4         
  6 Tomas Squella             FR Arkansas               1:49.20    3         
  7 Patrick Rono              SO Arkansas               1:50.84    2         
  8 Boru Guyota               JR Oregon                 1:51.04    1         







Place Name Affiliation Time 200m 400m 600m 800m
1 Elijah Greer ORE 1:47.13 25.74 (25.74) 53.28 (27.54) 1:19.95 (26.67) 1:47.13 (27.19)
2 Casimir Loxsom PSU 1:47.23 25.73 (25.73) 53.15 (27.43) 1:20.06 (26.91) 1:47.23 (27.18)
3 Declan Murray LOYI 1:47.60 26.01 (26.01) 53.74 (27.73) 1:20.45 (26.71) 1:47.60 (27.16)
4 Sean Obinwa UFL 1:47.81 25.87 (25.87) 53.50 (27.64) 1:20.94 (27.44) 1:47.81 (26.88)
5 Harun Abda MINN 1:48.24 25.95 (25.95) 53.52 (27.57) 1:20.68 (27.17) 1:48.24 (27.56)
6 Tomas Squella ARK 1:49.20 25.96 (25.96) 54.01 (28.06) 1:21.24 (27.23) 1:49.20 (27.97)
7 Patrick Rono ARK 1:50.84 25.91 (25.91) 53.76 (27.85) 1:20.87 (27.12) 1:50.84 (29.98)
8 Boru Guyota ORE 1:51.04 25.83 (25.83) 53.96 (28.13) 1:21.89 (27.93) 1:51.04 (29.15)


Women's 3000m - 8:40pm ET
It's Abbey D at the double! The 5000m/3000m indoor double had only been done by Kim Smith (Providence) and Sally Kipyego (Texas Tech), but now there's a third name on the list.

Similar to her 5000m the night before, D'Agostino won it from a long way out; her splits from 1600m to the finish were all faster than the last.

Full Splits
 

Event 22  Women 3000 M
=======================================================================      
 Final only.  Two waterfall start, two turn stagger.  (11,5)                 
    American: A 8:33.25  1/27/2007   Shalane Flanagan                        
  Collegiate: C 8:42.03  3/14/2009   Jenny Barringer, Colorado               
   NCAA Meet: M 8:42.03  3/14/2009   Jenny Barringer, Colorado               
    Facility: F 8:43.79  2/11/2011   Christian Wurth-Thomas, USA             
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
=======================================================================      
Finals                                                                       
  1 Abbey D'Agostino          JR Dartmouth              9:01.08   10         
  2 Jordan Hasay              SR Oregon                 9:06.61    8         
  3 Cally Macumber            SR Kentucky               9:07.33    6         
  4 Betsy Saina               SR Iowa State             9:07.34    5         
  5 Hannah Kiser              JR Idaho                  9:07.76    4         
  6 Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton  SR Wichita State          9:08.83    3         
  7 Katrina Coogan            FR Georgetown             9:11.79    2         
  8 Alexi Pappas              SR Oregon                 9:12.38    1         
  9 Chelsea Oswald            JR Kentucky               9:13.65              
 10 Josephine Moultrie        SR New Mexico             9:14.84              
 11 Katie Matthews            SR Boston U.              9:17.71              
 12 Madeline Chambers         JR Georgetown             9:18.70              
 13 Lauren Penney             SR Syracuse               9:24.70              
 14 Emily Lipari              JR Villanova              9:30.54              
 15 Lindsay Crevoiserat       SO Connecticut            9:37.11              
 16 Amanda Winslow            SR Florida State          9:44.20   

















Men's 3000m - 8:55pm ET
This may be the most impressive, ever. That's three races (one mile semifinal, the mile final, and the 3000m final) and two meet records.

When we were filming Driven, we saw Lawi Lalang drop Bernard Lagat on a hard long run. We knew he was fit (you have to be to drop Kip), but we didn't know how fit.

Speaking of which, Tom Lewis of USTFCCCA informed us that the last time the mile/3k was back in 1999. The man to do it? Bernard Lagat.

The 3000m not only showed us than Lalang is not from this world, but Kennedy Kithuka is human. Kithuka lead for the initial stages, but it was all Lalang from a mile out.

Though he never lost the lead, it doesn't mean it was all Lalang. The Wildcat fended off moves from OSU's Kirubel Erassa, but the biggest threat came from Flotrack's Under the Radar pick, Northeastern's Eric Jenkins.

More on the history of Lalang's double later tonight.

Update: Eric Jenkins has been DQ'd.

Full Splits

Event 6  Men 3000 M
=======================================================================      
 Final only.  Two waterfall start, two turn stagger.  (11,5)                 
    American: A 7:32.43  2/17/2007   Bernard Lagat                           
  Collegiate: C 7:38.59  2/14/2004   Alistair Cragg, Arkansas                
   NCAA Meet: M 7:46.03  3/14/1998   Adam Goucher, Colorado                  
    Facility: F 7:38.30  2/14/2004   Boaz Cheboiywo, Kenya                   
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
=======================================================================      
Finals                                                                       
  1 Lawi Lalang               JR Arizona                7:45.94M  10         
  2 Kemoy Campbell            JR Arkansas               7:46.95    8         
  3 Kirubel Erassa            JR Oklahoma State         7:49.17    6         
  4 Diego Estrada             SR Northern Arizona       7:49.53    5         
  5 Henry Lelei               SR Texas A&M              7:49.80    4         
  6 Andrew Bayer              SR Indiana                7:51.51    3         
  7 William Mulherin          SR Virginia Tech          7:55.08    2         
  8 Zachary Mayhew            SR Indiana                7:55.14    1         
  9 Kennedy Kithuka           SR Texas Tech             7:56.28              
 10 Maverick Darling          SR Wisconsin              7:58.43              
 11 Ryan Hill                 SR North Carolina St.     8:00.44              
 12 Anthony Rotich            SO UTEP                   8:03.76              
 13 Thomas Farrell            SR Oklahoma State         8:04.14              
 14 Aric VanHalen             SR Colorado               8:05.85              
 15 Nick Happe                JR Arizona State          8:14.46              
 -- Eric Jenkins              JR Northeastern                DQ   Impeeded   















Women's 4x400m - 9:05pm ET

Event 25  Women 4x400 M
=======================================================================         
 Three section Final.  Two turn stagger.                                        
 Slow section first.  Seeded lanes.                                             
    American: A 3:27.34  3/14/2010   USA National Team                          
  Collegiate: C 3:27.66  3/15/2003   Texas, Texas                               
                         Keasha Downer, Raasin McIntosh, Moushaumi Robinson     
   NCAA Meet: M 3:27.66  3/15/2003   Texas, Texas                               
                         Keasha Downer, Raasin McIntosh, Moushaumi Robinson     
    Facility: F 3:27.66  3/15/2003   Texas, Texas                               
                         Downer,McIntosh,Robinson,Richards                      
    School                                               Finals  Points         
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Section  1                                                                      
  1 Oregon                                              3:30.22   10            
     1) English Gardner SO              2) Chizoba Okodogbe JR                  
     3) Laura Roesler JR                4) Phyllis Francis JR                   
  2 LSU                                                 3:34.07    4            
     1) Siedda Herbert SR               2) Nikita Tracey JR                     
     3) Montene' Speight SO             4) Natoya Goule JR                      
  3 Notre Dame                                          3:35.85                 
     1) Jade Barber SO                  2) Michelle Brown JR                    
     3) Megan Yanik JR                  4) Margaret Bamgbose FR                 
  4 Arizona State                                       3:36.21                 
     1) Keia Pinnick SR                 2) Alycia Herring JR                    
     3) Sarah Geren JR                  4) Brianna Tate SO                      
Section  2                                                                      
  1 Texas A&M                                           3:34.11    3            
     1) Kamaria Brown SO                2) Ibukun Mayungbe JR                   
     3) LaKeidra Stewart SR             4) Olivia Ekponé SO                     
  2 Texas Tech                                          3:34.23    2            
     1) Amoy Blake JR                   2) Cierra White SO                      
     3) Christen Rivers SO              4) Candace Jackson SR                   
  3 Kansas                                              3:34.91    1            
     1) Denesha Morris SR               2) Paris Daniels SR                     
     3) Taylor Washington SR            4) Diamond Dixon JR                     
  4 South Carolina                                      3:35.49                 
     1) Erika Rucker SO                 2) Christal Green SO                    
     3) Kierre Beckles SR               4) Tyler Brockington FR                 
Section  3                                                                      
  1 Arkansas                                            3:30.35    8            
     1) Gwendolyn Flowers SR            2) Sparkle McKnight JR                  
     3) Martine Borge SR                4) Regina George SR                     
  2 Texas                                               3:30.63    6            
     1) Danielle Dowie JR               2) Christy Udoh JR                      
     3) Briana Nelson JR                4) Courtney Okolo FR                    
  3 Florida                                             3:31.54    5            
     1) Ebony Eutsey JR                 2) Destinee Gause FR                    
     3) Robin Reynolds FR               4) Lanie Whittaker SR                   
  4 Illinois                                            3:35.30                 
     1) Marissa Golliday SR             2) Morolake Akinosun FR                 
     3) Asia Thomas SO                  4) Ashley Spencer SO

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Men's 4x400m - 9:20pm ET

Event 9  Men 4x400 M
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 Three section Final.  Two turn stagger.                                     
 Slow section first.  Seeded lanes.                                          
    American: A 3:01.96  2/11/2006   Clement, Spearmon, Williamson, War      
  Collegiate: C 3:03.51  3/12/2005   Florida, Florida                        
                         S. Clarke, B. Middleton, S. Pastor, K. Clement      
   NCAA Meet: M 3:03.51  3/12/2005   Florida, Florida                        
                         S. Clarke, B. Middleton, S. Pastor, K. Clement      
    Facility: F 3:01.96  2/11/2006   USA, USA                                
                         Clement, Spearmon, Williamson, Wariner              
    School                                               Finals  Points      
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Section  1                                                                   
  1 LSU                                                 3:07.31    4         
     1) Quincy Downing SO               2) Caleb Williams SR                 
     3) Cyril Grayson FR                4) Darrell Bush FR                   
  2 Baylor                                              3:07.59    3         
     1) Blake Heriot JR                 2) Justin Allen SR                   
     3) Drew Seale SR                   4) Richard Gary FR                   
  3 Illinois                                            3:07.86              
     1) DJ Zahn SO                      2) Malcolm Taylor SR                 
     3) Juan Green FR                   4) Stephon Pamilton JR               
  4 Houston                                             3:08.18              
     1) Errol Nolan SR                  2) Garrett Hughey SR                 
     3) Kelvin Furlough SR              4) Eric Futch FR                     
Section  2                                                                   
  1 Nebraska                                            3:07.63    2         
     1) Ricco Hall SO                   2) Levi Gipson FR                    
     3) Christian Sandefer FR           4) Cody Rush FR                      
  2 George Mason                                        3:07.78    1         
     1) David Verburg SR                2) Adrian Vaughn JR                  
     3) Angel Coburn FR                 4) George Empty SR                   
  3 Pittsburgh                                          3:08.42              
     1) Micah Murray JR                 2) Carvin Nkanata JR                 
     3) Charles Ross JR                 4) Brycen Spratling JR               
  4 Minnesota                                           3:08.65              
     1) Jacob Capek JR                  2) Harun Abda SR                     
     3) Goaner Deng FR                  4) Cameron Boy SR                    
Section  3                                                                   
  1 Arkansas                                            3:03.50M  10         
     1) Marek Niit SR                   2) Neil Braddy JR                    
     3) Caleb Cross SR                  4) Akheem Gauntlett SR               
  2 Florida                                             3:03.71    8         
     1) Najee Glass FR                  2) Hugh Graham, Jr SO                
     3) Arman Hall FR                   4) Dedric Dukes SO                   
  3 Florida State                                       3:05.13    6         
     1) Alonzo Russell JR               2) James Harris JR                   
     3) Dentarius Locke JR              4) Stephen Newbold SO                
  4 Texas A&M                                           3:07.03    5         
     1) Ricky Babineaux SR              2) Bralon Taplin JR                  
     3) Carlyle Roudette JR             4) Aldrich Bailey, Jr. FR     

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