Women's Leading Collegiate Marks of the Weekend

While this weekend was all about winning instead of running fast, you still want to see how everyone stacked up. Here are the top eight (Division I) athletes in each standard event this weekend.

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All data comes from tfrrs.org. Men are in a separate post.
Key:
@ = altitude adjustment
(55) = equivalence from 55 meter race
* = converted from non-standard distance

60 meters    
Selvon, Kai Auburn 7.20
Freeman, Octavious UCF 7.23
Manning, Christina Ohio State 7.23
Hayes, Chelsea Louisiana Tech 7.24
Bryant, Dezerea Clemson 7.25
Collier, Ashley Texas A&M 7.25
Edgerson, Jasmine Clemson 7.27
Duncan, Kimberlyn LSU 7.28
     
200 meters    
Brown, Kamaria Texas A&M 22.86
Duncan, Kimberlyn LSU 23.07
Peter, Allison Texas 23.11
Duncan, Dominique Texas A&M 23.14
Selvon, Kai Auburn 23.15
Collier, Ashley Texas A&M 23.18
Spencer, Ashley Illinois 23.24
Bryant, Dezerea Clemson 23.26
     
400 meters    
Dixon, Diamond Kansas 52.55
Brown, Kamaria Texas A&M 52.60
Alexander, Rebecca LSU 52.77
Whittaker, Lanie Florida 52.91
George, Regina Arkansas 52.94
Rucker, Erica South Carolina 53.08
Wesh, Marlena Clemson 53.10
McGinnis, Shaniqua Ohio State 53.1*
     
800 meters    
Mackie, Nachelle BYU 2:04.22
Kesselring, Anne Oregon 2:04.52
Roesler, Laura Oregon 2:05.13
Oberg, Sofia California 2:05.32
Lipsey, Charlene LSU 2:05.55
Fedronic, Justine Stanford 2:05.68
Friday, Becca Oregon 2:05.78
Addison, Rebecca Michigan 2:06.07
     
Mile    
Gillespie, Kristen Arkansas 4:34.49
Strausa, Agata Florida 4:36.39
Mergaert, Amanda Utah 4:39.29
Palmer, Katie BYU 4:39.76
Lane, Caitlin Penn State 4:39.90
Miller, Ashley Nebraska 4:40.53
Reilly, Chelsea California 4:41.29
McGee, Cory Florida 4:41.36
     
3000 meters    
Maier, Deborah California 9:02.35
Hasay, Jordan Oregon 9:03.95
Goethals, Megan Washington 9:08.42
Kroeger, Kathy Stanford 9:09.44
Cuffe, Aisling Stanford 9:10.07
Kibet, Elvin Arizona 9:12.05
Saina, Betsy Iowa State 9:14.20
Rogers, Natosha Texas A&M 9:14.22
     
5000 meters    
Saina, Betsy Iowa State 15:50.20
Rogers, Natosha Texas A&M 15:52.40
Nelson, Meaghan Iowa State 15:54.40
Kibet, Elvin Arizona 15:59.16
Sutherland, Sara Texas 15:59.75
Kimaiyo, Risper UTEP 16:10.37
Stack, Dani Iowa State 16:11.61
Ngetich, Florence Florida 16:12.64
     
60m Hurdles    
Manning, Christina Ohio State 7.95
Stowers, Jasmin LSU 8.03
Rollins, Brianna Clemson 8.07
Owens, Bridgette Clemson 8.08
Coward, Jackie UCF 8.08
Beckles, Kierre South Carolina 8.11
Hall, Shanekia LSU 8.15
McReynolds, Tiffani Baylor 8.15
     
4x400 Relay    
Kansas   3:31.36
Texas A&M   3:31.54
Texas   3:32.42
Oregon   3:33.70
LSU   3:34.02
Florida   3:34.03
Arkansas   3:34.42
Texas Tech   3:34.63
     
Distance Medley    
Washington   10:55.01
Oregon   10:55.78
California   10:56.29
BYU   11:01.35
Stanford   11:04.31
Florida State   11:08.17
Michigan   11:11.54
Tennessee   11:12.23
     
High Jump    
Barrett, Brigetta Arizona 1.93m 6' 4"
Schade, Krystle Alabama 1.88m 6' 2"
Atkinson, Saniel Georgia 1.85m 6' 0.75"
Butts, Tynita East Carolina 1.85m 6' 0.75"
Treasure, Alyx Kansas State 1.83m 6' 0"
Scheper, Jeannelle South Carolina 1.82m 5' 11.5"
Carney, Monica Auburn 1.82m 5' 11.5"
Briscoe, Shanay Texas 1.80m 5' 10.75"
Lucas, Victoria Texas 1.80m 5' 10.75"
Cribb, Jasmine Connecticut 1.80m 5' 10.75"
Jones, Ke'Airra Southern Miss. 1.80m 5' 10.75"
     
Pole Vault    
Sutej, Tina Arkansas 4.55m 14' 11"
Diebold, Tara Arkansas 4.37m 14' 4"
Stefanidi, Katerina Stanford 4.32m 14' 2"
Monterola, Keisa Eastern Washington 4.32m 14' 2"
von Eynatten, Victoria Virginia Tech 4.31m 14' 1.75"
Schultze, Martina Virginia Tech 4.31m 14' 1.75"
Leleux, Morgann Georgia 4.30m 14' 1.25"
Hintz, Kelsy San Diego St. 4.27m 14' 0"
     
Long Jump    
Gipson, Whitney TCU 6.67m 21' 10.75"
Ugen, Lorraine TCU 6.51m 21' 4.25"
Hayes, Chelsea Louisiana Tech 6.45m 21' 2"
Eber, Leah Purdue 6.42m 21' 0.75"
King, Arantxa Stanford 6.36m 20' 10.5"
Bowie, Tori Southern Miss. 6.32m 20' 9"
Williams, Sonnisha UCF 6.32m 20' 9"
Simpson, Francine Kansas 6.29m 20' 7.75"
     
Triple Jump    
Geubelle, Andrea Kansas 13.59m 44' 7"
Brunson, Jasmine Clemson 13.19m 43' 3.25"
Jenije, Michelle Florida State 13.19m 43' 3.25"
Thomas, Shanieka San Diego St. 13.15m 43' 1.75"
Bowie, Tori Southern Miss. 13.09m 42' 11.5"
Manuel, Jasmine UL-Lafayette 13.07m 42' 10.75"
Griva, Mara Nebraska 13.04m 42' 9.5"
Felix, Colleen Georgia 13.01m 42' 8.25"
     
Shot Put    
Brooks, Tia Oklahoma 18.46m 60' 6.75"
Labonte, Julie Arizona 17.87m 58' 7.5"
McCall, Jeneva Southern Illinois 17.31m 56' 9.5"
White, Skylar Baylor 17.29m 56' 8.75"
Smith, Brittany Illinois State 17.16m 56' 3.75"
Alexander, Annie Tennessee 17.06m 55' 11.75"
Medeiros, Keely Florida 16.98m 55' 8.5"
Johnson, Felisha Indiana State 16.91m 55' 5.75"
     
Weight Throw    
McCall, Jeneva Southern Illinois 23.39m 76' 9"
Closse, Kelly Texas Tech 21.54m 70' 8"
Vaisima, Mele Boise State 21.24m 69' 8.25"
Storm, Ida UCLA 21.21m 69' 7"
Smith, Brittany Illinois State 21.13m 69' 4"
Krechyk, Alena Kansas 21.01m 68' 11.25"
Johnson, Felisha Indiana State 20.99m 68' 10.5"
Bunch, Dani Purdue 20.93m 68' 8"
     
Pentathlon    
Alcide, Makeba Arkansas 4126
Bougard, Erica Mississippi St. 4109
Love, Malaikah Southern Illinois 4092
Eppinger, Kaylon Alabama 4081
Krais, Ryann Kansas State 4079
Akinniyi, Dorcas Wisconsin 4072
Nowak, Olimpia Northern Iowa 4067
Harrell, Brittany Florida 4050

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