The women's 3000m steeplechase at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Championships was a thriller, with Florida State's Colleen Quigley winning her first NCAA Championship in 9:29.32, the No. 5 All-Time mark in NCAA history. She beat defending champion Leah O'Connor of Michigan State and regular season favorite Courtney Frerichs of UMKC.
Quigley is the third-fastest performer behind Olympians Jenny Simpson and Emma Coburn.
1 Colleen Quigley JR Florida State 9:29.32
2 Courtney Frerichs JR UMKC 9:31.36
3 Leah O'Connor SR Michigan State 9:33.38
4 Marisa Howard SR Boise State 9:37.84
5 Erin Teschuk JR North Dakota State 9:42.15
6 Rachel Johnson SR Baylor 9:42.93
7 Elinor Purrier SO New Hampshire 9:53.69
8 Maddie Van Beek SR North Dakota State 9:54.42
9 Emily Ritter SR Rider 9:54.72
10 Laura Rose Donegan SO New Hampshire 9:59.45
11 Heather Demorest SR Montana State 10:01.68
12 Victoria Voronko SR Eastern Michigan 10:08.05