Here's How Each Team Can Win The Team Title

CRACK RECAP: 2018 NCAA Indoor Championships Day 1

With day one in the books, the NCAA indoor team title race has officially taken form. Heading into the final day of competition here are the official FloTrack Team Projections.

Latest Women's Team Projections:

PTS
TEAM
60
Georgia
46
Kentucky
45
Arkansas
42
LSU
32
Florida
28
Oregon
28
USC
24
Stanford
23
Texas A&M
20
Missouri
20
New Mexico

Latest Men's Team Projections:

PTS
TEAM
49
Georgia
44
Florida
31
Virginia Tech
30
Texas Tech
29
USC
27.5
Texas A&M
22
Houston
20
Syracuse
19
Auburn
18
Kansas
16
Alabama
16
Arkansas

After analyzing our projections here is one key for each title contending team to win it all...

WOMEN’S TEAM TITLE CHANCES

Georgia Will Win If…

Lynna Irby beats Sydney McLaughlin in the 200m and 400m finals.

Kentucky Will Win If…

Sydney McLaughlin wins the 400m and 200m finals.

Arkansas Will Win If…

Payton Chadwick and Janeek Brown go 1-2 in the 60m Hurdles.

LSU Will Win If…

Tonea Marshall and Kortnei Johnson win the 60m hurdles and 200m dash respectively.

MEN’S TEAM TITLE CHANCES

Georgia Will Win If…

Kendal Williams and Cejhae Greene go 1-2 in the 60m dash

Florida Will Win If…

AJ McFarland finishes in the top 3 in the weight throw.

Virginia Tech Will Win If…

Neil Gourley, Vincent Ciattei, and Patrick Joseph go 1-2-3 in the mile.

Texas Tech Will Win If…

Divine Oduduru and Andrew Hudson win the 60m and 200m finals respectively.

USC Will Win If…

Rai Benjamin and Zach Shinnick win the 200m and 400m finals respectively.

Houston Will Win If…

They go 4 for 4 in their four events, 60 (Hall), 200 (Hall), 400 (Montgomery), 4x4 (Team)

Champions Set To Return To Boston Marathon

It Still Hasn't Sunk In Yet For Des Linden

Both Yuki Kawauchi of Japan and Des Linden of the United States have been contracted to run the 2019 Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15, and defend their titles, John Hancock Financial announced today. Reigning wheelchair division champions, Tatyana McFadden of the United States and Marcel Hug of Switzerland, are also set to return.

Weekend Recap: Cheserek Cashes In Again, Epic Foot Locker Sprint

Ed Cheserek After Running Fastest-Ever Mile On Hawaiian Soil

With Foot Locker, the European XC Championships, and some early season indoor track events all happening over the weekend, it was particularly unique and busy few days in the running world. If that wasn’t enough, Edward Cheserek messed around and ran the fastest mile ever on Hawaiian soil to win his second straight Merrie Mile in Waikiki in a photo finish.

U-Mary's Emily Roberts Conquered Injuries, Doubts To Crush It At NCAAs

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Race Replay: 2018 DII NCAA XC Championship Women's 6k

When University of Mary senior Emily Roberts crossed the finish line in third place at the NCAA DII Cross Country Championships on Dec. 1, a remarkable comeback that had been nearly unimaginable at the beginning of the season was complete. 

Fun Stats From The 2018 European XC Championships

Courtesy of Ken Nakamura, here are some fun stats from the 2018 European XC Championships in Tilburg, Netherlands.

Successful Marathon Debut For Donn Cabral In Honolulu

Donn Cabral Takes Fourth In Marathon Debut

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Despite Powerful Winds, Ekiru Comes Close To Honolulu Marathon Record

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2018 Honolulu Marathon Highlights

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Edward Cheserek Wins Fast Kalakaua Merrie Mile In Photo Finish

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2018 Kalakaua Merrie Mile Highlights

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Steeplechaser Donn Cabral To Make Surprise Marathon Debut In Honolulu

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WATCH LIVE: 2018 Footlocker Nationals

Tara Davis Transferring From Georgia

World junior record holder Tara Davis announced on Friday that she is leaving the University of Georgia in the midst of her sophomore year.