2023 DI NCAA Outdoor Championships

2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships Live Updates | Day 4

2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships Live Updates | Day 4

NCAA D1 Track & Field Championships 2023 results and live updates from Michael A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas.

Jun 11, 2023 by Jennifer Zahn
2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships Live Updates | Day 4

The country’s best collegiate track and field athletes are converging deep in the heart of Texas this week at the 2023 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Texas, and FloTrack is on site at Michael A. Myers Stadium to provide coverage all week across our site, apps, and social channels—follow along here:

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Day 3: Friday, June 10 (Women's Events)


  1. Texas: 83 points
  2. Florida: 51 points
  3. Arkansas: 46 points
  4. Oregon: 44 points
  5. Texas A&M: 36 points
  6. Kentucky: 28 points
  7. LSU: 26 points
  8. Nebraska: 25 points
  9. Harvard: 23 points
  10. Georgia: 19 points
  11. Tennessee: 19 points

Top 10 team scores after day one: 

  1. Nebraska: 25 pts
  2. Oregon: 17 pts
  3. Florida: 15 pts
  4. Texas A&M: 14 pts
  5. Alabama: 11 pts
  6. Virginia Tech: 11 pts
  7. Washington: 10.5 pts
  8. Harvard: 10 pts
  9. Texas: 10 pts
  10. Utah Valley: 10 pts

Top 10 team projections after day one: 

  1. Texas: 85 pts
  2. Arkansas: 47 pts
  3. Florida: 42 pts
  4. Oregon: 42 pts
  5. Texas A&M: 37 pts
  6. USC: 31 pts
  7. NC State: 30 pts
  8. Nebraska: 29 pts
  9. Kentucky: 26 pts
  10. LSU: 26 pts

High Jump Final (7:30 p.m. CT)

Charity Griffith knocked out a shiny new PR and earned some shiny new hardware as she lept 1.93m for the NCAA title. Her former best was 1.90m from earlier this year indoors. 


  1. Charity GRIFFITH, Ball State [JR]: 1.93m (6-4), 1st (1st) PB
  2. Lamara DISTIN, Texas A&M [SR]: 1.87m (6-1½), 1st (2nd)
  3. Elena KULICHENKO, Georgia [SO]: 1.87m (6-1½), 1st (3rd)
  4. Lilian TURBAN, Hawaii [SO]: 1.87m (6-1½), 1st (4th) PB
  5. Sanaa BARNES, Auburn [JR]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (5th) SB
  6. Claudina DIAZ, Missouri [SO]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (5th)
  7. Cierra TIDWELL, BYU [JR]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (7th)
  8. Taylor BEARD, Cincinnati [SO]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (8th) =PB
  9. Grace CAMPBELL, Arizona State [SR]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (9th) =PB
  10. Kristi SNYMAN, Jacksonville [JR]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (9th) PB
  11. Chinenye AGINA, Duke [JR]: 1.84m (6-½), 1st (11th) SB

Read more: Charity Griffith Of Ball State Sets New Personal-Best To Win NCAA High Jump

Discus Final (7:35 p.m. CT)

The collegiate record-holder Jorinde van Klinken won the NCAA title with a 65.55m toss, which bested the runner-up by more than four meters. That mark is also a meet record! 


  1. Jorinde VAN KLINKEN, Oregon [SR]: 65.55m (215-0), 2nd (1st) MR
  2. Ashley ANUMBA, Virginia [SR]: 61.13m (200-6), 2nd (6th) PB
  3. Alida VAN DAALEN, Florida [FR]: 59.96m (196-9), 2nd (2nd) PB
  4. Caisa-Marie LINDFORS, Florida State [SO]: 59.32m (194-7), 1st (1st)
  5. Samantha LENTON, Memphis [SR]: 58.95m (193-5), 2nd (5th) PB
  6. Estel VALEANU, Harvard [JR]: 58.25m (191-1), 1st (2nd) PB
  7. Gabby MCDONALD, Colorado St. [SO]: 57.76m (189-6), 2nd (3rd)
  8. Jade WHITFIELD, Oregon State [SO]: 57.63m (189-1), 2nd (4th)
  9. Essence HENDERSON, Virginia Tech [SR]: 56.28m (184-8), 1st (3rd) SB
  10. Michaelle VALENTIN, FIU [SO]: 56.12m (184-1), 2nd (7th) PB

Read more: Oregon's Jorinde Van Klinken Sets Meet Record, 3-Peats As NCAA Discus Champ

4x100m Relay Final (8:02 p.m. CT)

Texas won the women's 4x100m title in 41.60, just off their collegiate record at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

The Longhorns' time was just off the mark of 41.55 they set on Thursday night in the semifinals.


  1. TEXAS (Texas): 41.60
  2. KENTUCKY (Kentucky): 42.46
  3. LSU (LSU): 42.52 (SB)
  4. ARKANSAS (Arkansas): 42.83 (SB)
  5. OHIO STATE (Ohio State): 42.85
  6. GEORGIA (Georgia): 42.87 (SB)
  7. OREGON (Oregon): 43.06 (SB)
  8. BAYLOR (Baylor): 43.12 (SB)
  9. USC (USC): 43.13

Read more: Texas Wins Women's 4x100m At NCAA Championships, Just Off Collegiate Record

Triple Jump Final (8:10 p.m. CT)

Jasmine Moore of Florida dominated the women's triple jump, setting new collegiate, meet and facility records en route to winning her second straight title at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Moore, who jumped 14.78m/48-6 on her second attempt broke the collegiate record of 14.62m/47-11.75 set in 2018 by Keturah Orji of Georgia. Her mark broke Orji's. meet record of 14.53m/47-8 set in 2016 and the stadium record of 14.48m/47-6.24 set in 2017 by Tori Franklin.


  1. Jasmine MOORE, Florida [JR]: 14.78m (48-6) +1.3, 2nd (1st)
  2. Ackelia SMITH, Texas [SO]: 14.54m (47-8½) +1.9, 2nd (2nd) PB
  3. Ruta LASMANE, Texas Tech [JR]: 14.21m (46-7½) +2.6, 2nd (3rd) SB
  4. Charisma TAYLOR, Tennessee [SR]: 13.93m (45-8½) +1.7, 2nd (4th)
  5. Titiana MARSH, Georgia [SR]: 13.67m (44-10¼) +2.3, 2nd (5th) SB
  6. Temitope OJORA, USC [JR]: 13.66m (44-9¾) +1.2, 2nd (7th)
  7. Anne-Suzanna FOSTHER-KATTA, Texas Tech [JR]: 13.66m (44-9¾) +2.2, 2nd (6th) SB
  8. Mikeisha WELCOME, Georgia [JR]: 13.62m (44-8¼) +2.2, 2nd (8th)
  9. Jaimie ROBINSON, Ohio State [SR]: 13.50m (44-3½) +2.2, 2nd (9th) SB
  10. Asherah COLLINS, UCF [JR]: 13.48m (44-2¾) +1.9, 1st (1st) PB

Read more: Jasmine Moore Of Florida Sets Collegiate Record In NCAA Triple Jump

1500m Final (8:12 p.m. CT)

North Carolina State's Katelyn Touhy saw her bid for an historic distance double come to an end as the sophomore faded badly down the stretch and Harvard's Maia Ramsden surged to the victory at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Tuohy, a junior, was attempting to become the first athlete in history to win the 1500m and 5000m titles on the same day at the NCAA Championships. She will contest her second event in about two hours.


  1. Maia RAMSDEN, Harvard [SO]: 4:08.60 (PB)
  2. Izzy THORNTON-BOTT, Oregon [JR]: 4:09.21
  3. Margot APPLETON, Virginia [SO]: 4:09.30
  4. Klaudia KAZIMIERSKA, Oregon [FR]: 4:09.84
  5. Billah JEPKIRUI, Oklahoma State [FR]: 4:10.17 (PB)
  6. Shannon FLOCKHART, Providence [SO]: 4:10.78 (PB)
  7. Katelyn TUOHY, NC State [SO]: 4:11.40
  8. Olivia HOWELL, Illinois [JR]: 4:11.54 (SB)
  9. Abbe GOLDSTEIN, New Mexico [SR]: 4:11.86
  10. Maddy ELMORE, Oregon [FR]: 4:12.70
  11. Melissa RIGGINS, Georgetown [SO]: 4:16.57
  12. Sophie O'SULLIVAN, Washington [SO]: 4:22.81

Read more: Maia Ramsden Of Harvard Wins 1500m, Ends Katelyn Tuohy's NCAA Double Bid

3,000m Steeplechase Final (8:24 p.m. CT)

Olivia Markezich of Notre Dame surged over the final 400m meters to capture the 3000m steeplechase title in a new collegiate best and facility record time at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Markezich finished in 9:25.03, breaking the facility record of 9:27.66 set in 2021 by Kathryn Gillespie of Texas. She also lowered her personal-best by almost 11 seconds.

Greta Karinauskaite of CBU finished second in 9:30.85, and Ceili McCabe of West Virginia finished third in 9:41.32.


  1. Olivia MARKEZICH, Notre Dame [JR]: 9:25.03 (PB, CL, FR)
  2. Greta KARINAUSKAITE, CBU [JR]: 9:30.85
  3. Ceili MCCABE, West Virginia [JR]: 9:41.32 (SB)
  4. Lexy HALLADAY-LOWRY, BYU [JR]: 9:41.85 (PB)
  5. Elise THORNER, New Mexico [JR]: 9:42.95
  6. Grace FETHERSTONHAUGH, Oregon State [SR]: 9:49.48
  7. Kaylee MITCHELL, Oregon State [SR]: 9:49.66
  8. Pauline MEYER, Arkansas State [SR]: 9:50.75
  9. Angelina ELLIS, Butler [SR]: 9:55.53
  10. Kayley DELAY, Washington [SR]: 9:56.63
  11. Calli DOAN, Liberty [JR]: 9:56.83
  12. Maisie GRICE, New Mexico [JR]: 10:11.62

Read more: Olivia Markezich of Notre Dame Kicks To NCAA 3000m Steeplechase Title

100m Hurdles Final (8:42 p.m. CT)

Ackera Nugent of Arkansas exploded through the early portion of the race and held on to win the 100m hurdles title at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Nugent finished in 12.25 seconds, holding off Kentucky senior Masai Russell, who finished second in 12.32 seconds, and LSU junior Alia Armstrong, who took third in 12.49 seconds. 

Nugent's time was a season best and the second-fastest time in NCAA history. Russell's time was also a season best. 


  1. Ackera NUGENT, Arkansas [JR]: 12.25 (SB)
  2. Masai RUSSELL, Kentucky [SR]: 12.32 (SB)
  3. Alia ARMSTRONG, LSU [JR]: 12.49
  4. Talie BONDS, Arizona [SR]: 12.71
  5. Grace STARK, Florida [JR]: 12.72 (SB)
  6. Alexis GLASCO, Coastal Carolina [SO]: 12.74
  7. Aasia LAURENCIN, Michigan [JR]: 12.82
  8. Paula SALMON, N. Carolina A&T [SR]: 12.92
  9. Rayniah JONES, UCF [JR]: 13.00

Read more: Arkansas' Ackera Nugent Storms To 100m Hurdles Title At NCAA Championships

100m Final (8:52 p.m. CT)

Julien Alfred of Texas ran away from the field to win the 100m title in a slightly wind-aided 10.72 at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

The wind reading of 2.2 meters per second was the only thing keeping Alfred from lowering the collegiate, meet and facility record of 10.75 seconds set at this meet in 2019 by Sh'Carri Richardson of LSU.


  1. Julien ALFRED, Texas [JR]: 10.72 (=SB)
  2. Kennedy BLACKMON, Oklahoma [SR]: 10.87 (SB)
  3. Jacious SEARS, Tennessee [SR]: 10.94 (SB)
  4. Kaila JACKSON, Georgia [FR]: 10.96
  5. Kevona DAVIS, Texas [JR]: 10.98
  6. Rosemary CHUKWUMA, Texas Tech [JR]: 11.03
  7. Ezinne ABBA, Texas [SR]: 11.07
  8. Dajaz DEFRAND, Florida State [FR]: 11.08
  9. McKenzie LONG, Ole Miss [SR]: 11.13

Read more: Julien Alfred Of Texas Blazes To 100m Title At NCAA Championships

400m Final (9:02 p.m. CT)

Britton Wilson of Arkansas eyed a historic NCAA Championships double. 

Rashidat Adeleke of Texas said "not in my house."

The Longhorn junior surged out of the final turn and left no doubt down the stretch, winning the 400m in a meet-record 49.20 at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Adeleke also lowered the meet mark of 49.36 set in the semifinals by Wilson. 


  1. Rhasidat ADELEKE, Texas [JR]: 49.20 (PB, FR, MR)
  2. Britton WILSON, Arkansas [JR]: 49.64
  3. Nickisha PRYCE, Arkansas [SO]: 50.23 (PB)
  4. Rosey EFFIONG, Arkansas [SO]: 50.77
  5. Talitha DIGGS, Florida [JR]: 50.93
  6. Ziyah HOLMAN, Michigan [JR]: 51.04
  7. Jermaisha ARNOLD, Texas A&M [SO]: 51.05
  8. Tierra ROBINSON-JONES, Texas A&M [SR]: 51.12
  9. Jan'Taijah JONES, USC [JR]: 51.15

Read more: Rhasidat Adeleke Of UT Wins 400m In Meet Record, Ends Britton Wilson Double

800m Final (9:14 p.m. CT)

Michaela Rose of LSU led from start to finish in a commanding display, winning the women's 800m title in a new facility record at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Rose crossed the finish line in 1:59.83, lowering the stadium record of 2:00.31 that she set in the semifinals on Thursday. Rose's victory is her first individual national title. She is also the first LSU athlete to win the women's 800m title since 1996.


  1. Michaela ROSE, LSU [SO]: 1:59.83 (FR)
  2. Gabija GALVYDYTE, Oklahoma State [SO]: 2:00.47 (PB)
  3. Claire SEYMOUR, BYU [SR]: 2:00.55
  4. Roisin WILLIS, Stanford [FR]: 2:00.91 (PB)
  5. Dorcus EWOI, Campbell [SR]: 2:02.13
  6. Valery TOBIAS, Texas [SR]: 2:02.39
  7. Aurora RYNDA, Michigan [SR]: 2:03.15
  8. Meghan HUNTER, BYU [JR]: 2:04.05
  9. Katherine MITCHELL, Boston College [SR]: 2:05.66

Read more: Michaela Rose Of LSU Goes Wire-To-Wire To Win 800m Crown At NCAA Champs

400m Hurdles Final (9:27 p.m. CT)

Fresh legs did Savannah Sutherland of Michigan well as she upset Arkansas' Britton Wilson, running on 25 minutes rest, to win the NCAA 400m hurdles title at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Sutherland, a sophomore, won the race in a personal-best time of 54.45 seconds.

Wilson, who was attempting to become the first athlete to ever win the 400m and 400m hurdles titles at the same NCAA Championships, was also beaten in the 400m, by Rashidat Adeleke of Texas. 


  1. Savannah SUTHERLAND, Michigan [SO]: 54.45 (PB)
  2. Masai RUSSELL, Kentucky [SR]: 54.66 (PB)
  3. Chastity PICKETT, Campbell [JR]: 54.86 (PB)
  4. Brooke OVERHOLT, Vanderbilt [SR]: 55.50 (PB)
  5. Shani'a BELLAMY, LSU [JR]: 55.58 (PB)
  6. Lashanna GRAHAM, Clemson [JR]: 55.59 (PB)
  7. Britton WILSON, Arkansas [JR]: 55.92
  8. Abbey GLYNN, Colorado [JR]: 56.01
  9. Sydni TOWNSEND, Houston [JR]: 56.27

Read more: Michigan's Savannah Sutherland Stuns Britton Wilson In NCAA 400m Hurdles

200m Final (9:37 p.m. CT)

ALL TEXAS EVERYTHING!!! The birthday gal does it again as she turns in a BLAZING 21.73 to successfully double as the 100m and 200m champion for the Longhorns and collect 20 points to put them even further in the lead. 


  1. Julien ALFRED, Texas [JR]: 21.73 (SB)
  2. McKenzie LONG, Ole Miss [SR]: 21.88 (SB)
  3. Kevona DAVIS, Texas [JR]: 22.02 (SB)
  4. Jacious SEARS, Tennessee [SR]: 22.04 (SB)
  5. Lanae THOMAS, Texas [SR]: 22.36
  6. Caisja CHANDLER, USC [SR]: 22.37
  7. Talitha DIGGS, Florida [JR]: 22.45
  8. Karimah DAVIS, Kentucky [SR]: 22.48 (SB)
  9. Kennedy BLACKMON, Oklahoma [SR]: 22.53

Read more: Julien Alfred Of Texas Blazes To 100m/200m Sweep At NCAA Championships

5,000m Final (9:55 p.m. CT)

Sophomore Parker Valby of Florida completed a wire-to-wire run to comfortably claim her first 5000m title at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Valby, who finished runner-up in last year's race, finished in 15:30.57, breaking the facility record of 15:46.82 set in 2012 by Megan Goethals of Washington.

Defending champion Katelyn Tuohy of North Carolina State scratched before the race. Earlier in the night, she faded badly and was beaten by Maia Ramsden of Harvard in the 1500m, ending her bid for an unprecedented 1500m/5000m double on the same day at NCAAs.


  1. Parker VALBY, Florida [SO]: 15:30.57 (FR)
  2. Everlyn KEMBOI, Utah Valley [JR]: 15:39.57
  3. Emily VENTERS, Utah [SR]: 15:42.40
  4. Amaris TYYNISMAA, NC State [JR]: 15:44.82
  5. Amina MAATOUG, Duke [SO]: 15:48.22 (PB)
  6. Cailie LOGUE, Iowa State [SR]: 15:49.85
  7. Simone PLOURDE, Utah [JR]: 15:50.10
  8. Chloe SCRIMGEOUR, Georgetown [SO]: 15:52.37
  9. Amelia MAZZA-DOWNIE, New Mexico [JR]: 15:56.35
  10. Siona CHISHOLM, Notre Dame [FR]: 15:58.17
  11. Alyson CHURCHILL, Florida State [JR]: 16:02.40
  12. Sydney THORVALDSON, Arkansas [SO]: 16:03.61
  13. Jane BUCKLEY, Providence [FR]: 16:06.76
  14. Lucy JENKS, Stanford [JR]: 16:08.16
  15. Gracelyn LARKIN, New Mexico [JR]: 16:08.22
  16. Kelsey CHMIEL, NC State [JR]: 16:08.97
  17. Faith DEMARS, Penn State [SO]: 16:09.61
  18. Maia RAMSDEN, Harvard [SO]: 16:12.95
  19. Lydia MILLER, Lipscomb [JR]: 16:14.55
  20. Yasna PETROVA, CBU [SO]: 16:16.09
  21. Brianna WEIDLER, UC Davis [SO]: 16:21.70
  22. Ella BARAN, Colorado [JR]: 16:22.52
  23. Sarah CARTER, Colorado St. [SR]: 17:01.30
  • DNS. Katelyn TUOHY, NC State [SO]

Read more: Parker Valby Of Florida Wins 5000m Title At NCAAs; Katelyn Tuohy Scratches

4x400m Relay Final (10:21 p.m. CT)

Arkansas dominated the women's 4x400m, getting a 50.7 anchor from sophomore Rosey Effiong as the exclamation point, to easily win the title at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Mike A. Myers Stadium.


  1. ARKANSAS: 3:24.05 (SB)
  2. TEXAS A&M: 3:26.12
  3. OHIO STATE: 3:26.72
  4. USC: 3:27.42
  5. BAYLOR: 3:27.45 (SB)
  6. KENTUCKY: 3:27.47 (SB)
  7. OREGON: 3:27.77 (SB)
  8. DUKE: 3:28.65
  9. GEORGIA: 3:30.55

Read more: Arkansas Runs Away With Women's 4x400m Title At NCAA Championships

Heptathlon, Day 2

Freshman Pippi Lotta Enok of Oklahoma used a personal-best in the javelin to catapult passed Jenelle Rogers of Ball State and into the lead and then held on in the 800m to win the heptathlon title.

Enok, the World U-20 silver medalist, ran 2:17.36 in the 800m to pick up 860 points and close out her seven event performance with a new personal-best score of 6165 points.


  1. Pippi Lotta ENOK, Oklahoma [FR]: 6165
  2. Beatrice JUSKEVICIUTE, Vanderbilt [SR]: 6117
  3. Kristine BLAZEVICA, Texas [JR]: 6058
  4. Allie JONES, USC [SR]: 6052
  5. Jenelle ROGERS, Ball State [JR]: 6018
  6. Joniar THOMAS, Texas A&M [SO]: 5967
  7. Jadin O'BRIEN, Notre Dame [SO]: 5940
  8. Camryn NEWTON-SMITH, Arkansas State [JR]: 5887
  9. Urte BACIANSKAITE, Kansas State [JR]: 5790
  10. Avery MCMULLEN, Colorado [JR]: 5752
  11. Jenna Fee FEYERABEND, San Diego State [SO]: 5742
  12. Alaina BRADY, Notre Dame [SO]: 5739
  13. Bailey GOLDEN, Oklahoma State [JR]: 5656
  14. Angel RICHMORE, Stephen F. Austin [SO]: 5636
  15. Kristen O'HANDLEY, Tulane [SR]: 5598
  16. Timara CHAPMAN, NC State [SR]: 5576
  17. Taylor CHOCEK, Oregon [JR]: 5540
  18. Izzy GOUDROS, Harvard [SO]: 5460
  19. Elise ULSETH, North Dakota [JR]: 5274

Read more: Pippi Lotta Enok Of Oklahoma Wins NCAA Heptathlon Title

NCAA Track And Field Outdoor Championships 2023 Schedule 

Time (CT)EventRoundDivision
8:02 PM4x100 RelayFinalWomen
8:12 PM1500 MetersFinalWomen
8:24 PM3000 SteeplechaseFinalWomen
8:42 PM100 HurdlesFinalWomen
8:52 PM100 MetersFinalWomen
9:02 PM400 MetersFinalWomen
9:14 PM800 MetersFinalWomen
9:27 PM400 HurdlesFinalWomen
9:37 PM 200 MetersFinalWomen
9:43 PM800 MetersHeptathlonWomen
9:55 PM5000 MetersFinalWomen
10:21 PM4x400 RelayFinalWomen


Time (CT)EventRoundDivision
7:30 PMHigh JumpFinalWomen
7:35 PMDiscusFinalWomen
8:10 PM Triple JumpFinalWomen


Time (CT)EventRoundDivision
4:00 PMLong JumpHeptathlonWomen
5:15 PMJavelinHeptathlonWomen
9:43 PM 800 MetersHeptathlonWomen

What Channel Is The 2023 NCAA Track And Field Outdoor Championships On?

The NCAA Track And Field Outdoor Championships are on ESPN2. Coverage for the first day begins at 7:30 p.m. ET Wednesday. Thursday coverage is at 8:30 p.m., Friday at 9 p.m. and Saturday at 9 p.m. ET.

The entire meet, including afternoon events, is streaming on ESPN+. 

Where Is The 2023 NCAA Track And Field Outdoor Championships? 

The 2023 NCAA Track and Field Championships are in Austin, Texas. The 2024, 2025 and 2026 meets will be in Eugene, Oregon, at Hayward Field. 

How Did Athletes Qualify For the 2023 NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships?

Athletes qualify to the Championships through performance in the First Rounds. Twelve competitors from each individual event and twelve teams from each relay event advance from each First Round site.