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The TOP 12 Qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships!
UPDATED: February 28th, 2016

MEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY (2015 Cutoff: 3:07.44)
RANK ATHLETES SCHOOL MARK
01 Futch, Fasasi, Glass, Hall Florida 3:04.02
02 London, Gary, Dickson, Caddick Baylor 3:04.16
03 Bilderback, Irvin, Robinson, Bailey Jr. Texas 3:04.41
04 Grayson, Bruton, Cherry, Dunkley LSU 3:04.46
05 Champlin, Richards III, Jones, Collins Texas Tech 3:04.98
06 Igbokwe, Washington, Stephen, Lawson Arkansas 3:05.35
07 Blanks, Gray, Jackson, Page Ohio State 3:06.38
08 Neal, Alexandre, Koroknai, Rush Nebraska 3:06.47
09 Parks, Webb, Rolle, McLaren Purdue 3:06.59
10 Waters, Larry, McBride, Taylor Miss State 3:06.69
11 Grant, Hickey, Kerley, Age Texas A&M 3:06.73
12 Cogdell, Coleman, Carter, Strother Tennessee 3:07.07
13 Wolff, Ganschow, Lilly, Harris   Iowa 3:07.24
14 Clemes, Thymes, Jackson, Morgan Jr   USC 3:07.32
15 Evans, White, Freeman, Jenkins   Georgia 3:07.47
16 Baldwin, Slone, Gray, Murphy   Akron 3:07.58
17 Tsumba, Adams, White, Walker   BYU 3:07.68
18 Lamb, Cheeks, Lewis, Green   Clemson 3:08.06
19 Wellenstein, Roese, Deng, Hechsel   Minnesota 3:08.69
20 Henry, Wilson, Livingston, Matthews   Kansas 3:08.74
21 Lyons, Bowleg, Colebrook, Riley   SE Louisiana 3:08.97
22 Joe, Gleason, Sharp, Kerley   Stephen F. Austin 3:09.00
23 Shisler, Reiser, Smith, Harris   Penn State 3:09.01
24 Seged, Sears, Redwine, Dasor   Western Kentucky 3:09.22
25 Bluth, Lambourne, Martin, Lambourne   Utah State 3:09.33

WOMEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY (2015 Cutoff: 3:35.26)
RANK ATHLETES SCHOOL MARK
01 Gordon, Akinosun, Jones, Okolo Texas 3:27.94
02 Ellis, Iuel, Hill, Stepter USC 3:28.82
03 Reynolds, Jefferson, Sharpe, Francis Florida 3:30.51
04 Dyer, Majors, White, Brown Tennessee 3:30.56
05 Stumbaugh, Harper, Swinton, Ellis-Watson Arkansas 3:30.63
06 Mitchell, Seymour, Carter, Graham Kentucky 3:31.50
07 Jones, Cox, Black, Thomas Purdue 3:32.07
08 Johnson, Stevens, Horsley, Rogers Oregon 3:32.40
09 Waggoner, Hailey, Trevisan, Watson Arizona 3:32.54
10 Walker, Hannan, Franklin, Winters Ohio State 3:32.88
11 Holder, Guillory, Hernandez, Guster Iowa 3:32.93
12 Bennett, Hawn, Horton, Williams Baylor 3:33.47
13 Payne, Jones, Misher, Martin   LSU 3:33.50
14 Gayles, Baker, Crunkleton-Wils, Williams   Stanford 3:33.92
15 Stiverne, Ellis, Wimbley, Moore   Miami 3:34.04
16 Abrams, Bellamy, Dendy, Evans   South Carolina 3:34.24
17 Cody, Thames, Jackson, Farquharson   Missouri 3:34.42
18 Sparling, Desrosiers, Owens, Little   Texas A&M 3:34.50
19 Keller, Egwim, Hawkins, Markland   Minnesota 3:35.33
20 Parrish, James, Coppin, George   Clemson 3:35.51
21 Thomas, Franklin, Scott, Miller   Harvard 3:35.58
22 Gaskin, Mitchell, Jones, Gamble   Kansas State 3:35.91
23 Pipi, Roberson, Demerson, Baker   Oklahoma 3:36.45
24 English, Barber, Shead, Bamgbose   Notre Dame 3:37.07
25 Gause, Funcheon, Williams, Gholston   Alabama 3:38.30

MEN'S DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY (2015 Cutoff: 9:32.36)
RANK ATHLETES SCHOOL MARK
01 Noelle, Singleton, Kinnaird, Thompson Oklahoma State 9:26.60
02 Nelson, Spano, Yorks, Gilbert Washington 9:27.19
03 Makins, Shisler, Harris, Kidder Penn State 9:27.20
04 Coyle, Shumway, Brinkley, McGorty Stanford 9:27.27
05 Barnett, Washington, Munley, Ferlic Michigan 9:27.67
06 Eke, Armstrong, Goldberg, Burcham Oklahoma 9:27.70
07 Novak, Kiley, Hagen, Wynne Virginia 9:27.89
08 Lederhouse, White, Bile, Bartelsmeyer Georgetown 9:28.91
09 Williamsz, Purcell, Malone, Denault Villanova 9:29.17
10 Edman, Herrera, Hartle, O'Neil UCLA 9:29.61
11 Haney, Thiel, Grosvenor, Prakel Oregon 9:29.89
12 Domanic, Manahan, Engels, Tobin Mississippi 9:30.48
13 Unknown   Virginia Tech 9:30.65
14 Dumford, Smith, O'Connell, Marco   Notre Dame 9:31.20
15 Simon, Patterson, Hall, Vargas   North Carolina St. 9:31.26
16 Holden, Archie, Heppenstall, Fischbach   Wake Forest 9:31.46
17 Dorsey, Koss, Caswell, Corona   Air Force 9:32.19
18 Lewis, McElwee, Hamilton III, Joyce   California 9:32.22
19 Schwartzer, Roach, Kuhn, Hunter   Indiana 9:32.55
20 DeLago, Sanders, Wheat, Everett   Iowa State 9:32.99
21 Rutto, Umoh, Laari, Rono   Mid. Tenn. State 9:33.46
22 Graham, Adams, Walker, Harper   BYU 9:33.76
23 Bartlett, Reese, Littig, Greenwald   Georgia Tech 9:34.38
24 Brazier, Grant, Hernandez, Villarreal   Texas A&M 9:35.62
25 Henderson, Grayson, Wilkes, Braxton   LSU 9:35.90

WOMEN'S DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY (2015 Cutoff: 11:05.38)
RANK ATHLETES SCHOOL MARK
01 Saunders, Williams, Baker, Mehra Stanford 10:54.58
02 Keklak, Martin, Southerland, Coogan Georgetown 10:54.77
03 Phelan, Long, Pfeifer, Osika Michigan 10:58.25
04 Ciluffo, James, Farrow, Barnett Clemson 11:00.44
05 Aragon, Bamgbose, Harris, Seidel Notre Dame 11:00.73
06 Sughroue, Nichols, Camacho, Edwards Oklahoma State 11:01.15
07 Connor, VanGrinsven, Hosker-Thornhil, Thackery New Mexico 11:01.86
08 Leblanc, Horsley, Rogers, Cash Oregon 11:03.61
09 Fulton, Armstead, Mires, Meyers Washington 11:04.14
10 Hallowes, Price, Kopp, Banks Duke 11:04.27
11 Hiltz, Harper, Haiss, Kamilos Arkansas 11:05.19
12 Parker, Jones, Deworth, Schuetz LSU 11:05.34
13 Fuller, Love, Henderson, Ostrander   Boise State 11:06.17
14 McIntosh, Black, McLeod, Hoevet   Purdue 11:06.40
15 Calder, Egbula, Wiley, Johnson   Indiana 11:09.04
16 Gray, Chandler, Croft, Knights   California 11:10.61
17 Myers, Hawn, Williams, Montoya   Baylor 11:13.21
18 Johnson, Hawkins, Swatek, Strandemo   Minnesota 11:13.28
19 Peel, Dorsett, Jarvis, Blake   Florida State 11:13.34
20 Freitas, Martin, Milhoan, Price   Miss State 11:15.89
21 Janssen, Milbrath, Andrushko, Teschuk   ND State 11:15.89
22 Brooks, Packham, Collinsworth, Rush   BYU 11:16.87
23 Paracholski, Harris-Murillo, Johnson, Schwanz   Fresno State 11:18.03
24 Owen, Crozier, Benoit-Bucher, Totten   Arizona State 11:18.40
25 Gallein, Roberts, Wyns, Bogdanova   Eastern Michigan 11:19.41

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