Which NCAA Program Would Win An All-Star Track Meet?

Who would win the NCAA indoor title if every school was allowed to enter their top all-time athletes in program history? We decided to take the all-time top-8 indoor lists and see who wins a team title when scored based on collegiate personal bests.

It turns out the Arkansas men and the Oregon women win this virtual match-up!

PLMEN'S TEAMPTS
1Arkansas54
2Florida46.5
3Oregon40
3Texas40
5Arizona38
6Southern California30
6Tennessee30
8Texas A&M23.5
9Alabama22.5
10Houston21.5
PLWOMEN'S TEAMPTS
1Oregon60.33
2Arkansas40
3Texas37
4Southern California31.5
5Colorado28
6Georgia27
7Kentucky26.83
8LSU26
9Tennessee22
10Kansas State21.5
SEXEVENPTSATHLETETEAMMARK
M609.0Christian COLEMANTennessee6.45
M609.0Leonard MYLES-MILLSBYU6.45A
M606.0Marcus BRUNSONArizona State6.46A
M605.0Ronnie BAKERTCU6.47
M603.5Cameron BURRELLHouston6.48
M603.5Leonard SCOTTTennessee6.48
M602.0D'Angelo CHERRYMississippi State6.49A
M601.0Lee MCRAEPittsburgh6.50
M20010.0Elijah HALLHouston20.02
M2008.0Wallace SPEARMONArkansas20.10
M2006.0Christian COLEMANTennessee20.11
M2005.0Divine ODUDURUTexas Tech20.18A
M2004.0Trayvon BROMELLBaylor20.19
M2002.0Andre DE GRASSESouthern California20.26
M2002.0Shawn CRAWFORDClemson20.26
M2002.0John CAPELFlorida20.26
M40010.0Michael NORMANSouthern California44.52
M4008.0Kerron CLEMENTFlorida44.57
M4006.0Kirani JAMESAlabama44.80
M4005.0Fred KERLEYTexas A&M44.85
M4004.0Akeem BLOOMFIELDAuburn44.86
M4003.0LaShawn MERRITTEast Carolina44.93
M4001.5Deon LENDORETexas A&M45.03
M4001.5Torrin LAWRENCEGeorgia45.03
M80010.0Paul ERENGVirginia1:44.84
M8008.0Michael SARUNIUTEP1:45.15
M8006.0Patrick NDUWIMANAArizona1:45.33
M8005.0Einars TUPURITISWichita State1:45.80
M8004.0Derrick PETERSONMissouri1:45.88
M8003.0Donavan BRAZIERTexas A&M1:45.93
M8002.0Dirk HEINZEArkansas1:45.95
M8001.0Roman ORAVECSMU1:45.97
M3K10.0Alistair CRAGGArkansas7:38.59
M3K8.0Edward CHESEREKOregon7:40.51
M3K6.0Henry RONOWashington State7:41.4hc
M3K5.0Lawi LALANGArizona7:42.79
M3K4.0Ryan HILLNC State7:43.08
M3K3.0Suleiman NYAMBUIUTEP7:44.1hc
M3K2.0Diego ESTRADANorthern Arizona7:44.63
M3K1.0Galen RUPPOregon7:44.69
M4x410.0-Southern California3:00.77
M4x48.0-Texas A&M3:01.39
M4x46.0-Florida3:01.43
M4x45.0-Alabama3:02.92
M4x44.0-SMU3:02.95A
M4x43.0-Arkansas3:03.34A
M4x42.0-Baylor3:03.40A
M4x41.0-Arizona State3:03.43
M5K10.0Lawi LALANGArizona13:08.28
M5K8.0Stephen SAMBUArizona13:13.74
M5K6.0Galen RUPPOregon13:18.12
M5K5.0Leonard KORIRIona13:19.54
M5K4.0Chris DERRICKStanford13:19.58
M5K3.0Sam CHELANGALiberty13:19.79
M5K2.0Suleiman NYAMBUIUTEP13:20.4h
M5K1.0Geoff SMITHProvidence13:22.17
M60H10.0Grant HOLLOWAYFlorida7.42
M60H8.0Omar MCLEODArkansas7.45
M60H6.0Reggie TORIANWisconsin7.47
M60H5.0Jarret EATONSyracuse7.49
M60H4.0Eddie LOVETTFlorida7.50
M60H3.0Aries MERRITTTennessee7.51
M60H1.5Terrence TRAMMELLSouth Carolina7.52
M60H1.5Ron BRAMLETTAlabama7.52
MDMR10.0-Texas9:25.97
MDMR8.0-Penn State9:26.59
MDMR6.0-Oklahoma State9:26.60
MDMR5.0-Oregon9:26.78
MDMR4.0-Stanford9:26.91
MDMR3.0-Villanova9:27.04
MDMR2.0-Washington9:27.19
MDMR1.0-Michigan9:27.67
MHEP10.0Ashton EATONOregon6,499
MHEP8.0Trey HARDEETexas6,208A
MHEP6.0Curtis BEACHDuke6,190A
MHEP5.0Tim DUCKWORTHKentucky6,188
MHEP4.0Devon WILLIAMSGeorgia6,177
MHEP3.0Kevin LAZASArkansas6,175
MHEP2.0Zach ZIEMEKWisconsin6,173
MHEP1.0Japheth CATOWisconsin6,165
MHJ10.0Hollis CONWAYLouisiana2.37m
MHJ8.0Derek DROUINIndiana2.35m
MHJ6.0Brian BROWNNorthwestern State2.34m
MHJ2.5Vernon TURNEROklahoma2.33m
MHJ2.5Erik KYNARDKansas State2.33m
MHJ2.5Donald THOMASAuburn2.33m
MHJ2.5Andra MANSONTexas2.33m
MHJ2.5Mark BOSWELLTexas2.33m
MHJ2.5Trey CULVERTexas Tech2.33mA
MLJ10.0Miguel PATEAlabama8.59m
MLJ8.0Carl LEWISHouston8.49m
MLJ6.0Erick WALDERArkansas8.43m
MLJ5.0Jarrion LAWSONArkansas8.39mA
MLJ4.0Reggie KELLYJackson State8.33m
MLJ3.0Bob BEAMONUTEP8.30m
MLJ1.5Marquis DENDYFlorida8.28m
MLJ1.5Brian JOHNSONSouthern8.28m
MMile10.0Edward CHESEREKOregon3:52.01
MMile8.0Lawi LALANGArizona3:52.88
MMile6.0Chris O'HARETulsa3:52.98
MMile5.0Izaic YORKSWashington3:53.89
MMile4.0Sean McGORTYStanford3:53.95
MMile3.0Don PAIGEVillanova3:54.22
MMile2.0Miles BATTYBYU3:54.54
MMile1.0Josh KERRNew Mexico3:54.72
MPV10.0Shawn BARBERAkron5.91m
MPV8.0Jacob DAVISTexas5.85m
MPV6.0Lawrence JOHNSONTennessee5.83m
MPV5.0István BAGYULAGeorge Mason5.82m
MPV2.5Chris NILSENSouth Dakota5.80m
MPV2.5Jake BLANKENSHIPTennessee5.80m
MPV2.5Brad WALKERWashington5.80m
MPV2.5Russ BULLERLSU5.80m
MSP9.0Ryan CROUSERTexas21.73m
MSP9.0Ryan WHITINGArizona State21.73m
MSP6.0Randy MATSONTexas A&M21.52m
MSP5.0Terry ALBRITTONStanford21.50m
MSP4.0Carl MYERSCOUGHNebraska21.49m
MSP3.0Joachim OLSENIdaho21.48m
MSP2.0Janus ROBERTSSMU21.47m
MSP1.0Jordan GEISTArizona21.45m
MTJ10.0Charlie SIMPKINSCharleston Southern17.50m
MTJ8.0Mike CONLEYArkansas17.40m
MTJ6.0Marquis DENDYFlorida17.37m
MTJ5.0Christian TAYLORFlorida17.36m
MTJ4.0Will CLAYEFlorida17.32m
MTJ3.0Keith CONNORSMU17.31m
MTJ2.0Allen SIMMSSouthern California17.26m
MTJ1.0Erick WALDERArkansas17.24m
MWT10.0Michael LIHRMANWisconsin25.58m
MWT8.0Kibwe JOHNSONAshland25.08m
MWT6.0Conor MCCULLOUGHSouthern California24.48m
MWT5.0Chuk ENEKWECHIPurdue24.39m
MWT4.0David LUCASPenn State24.02m
MWT3.0Dan TAYLOROhio State24.01m
MWT2.0Tore JOHNSENUTEP23.94m
MWT1.0Libor CHARFREITAGSMU23.87m
W609.0Aleia HOBBSLSU7.07
W609.0Hannah CUNLIFFEOregon7.07A
W605.5Remona BURCHELLAlabama7.08
W605.5Mikiah BRISCOLSU7.08A
W603.5Lakya BROOKINSSouth Carolina7.09
W603.5Angela WILLIAMSSouthern California7.09
W602.0Teahna DANIELSTexas7.11
W600.3Natalliah WHYTEAuburn7.12
W600.3English GARDNEROregon7.12
W600.3Dezerea BRYANTKentucky7.12A
W20010.0Gabby THOMASHarvard22.38
W2008.0Bianca KNIGHTTexas22.40
W2006.0Ashley HENDERSONSan Diego State22.41
W2005.0Ariana WASHINGTONOregon22.42
W2004.0Veronica CAMPBELLArkansas22.43
W2003.0Felicia BROWNTennessee22.45
W2002.0Kerron STEWARTAuburn22.46
W2000.5Sanya RICHARDSTexas22.49
W2000.5Muna LEELSU22.49
W40010.0Kendall ELLISSouthern California50.34
W4008.0Sydney MCLAUGHLINKentucky50.36
W4006.0Phyllis FRANCISOregon50.46A
W4005.0Francena MCCORORYHampton50.54
W4004.0Lynna IRBYGeorgia50.62
W4003.0Courtney OKOLOTexas50.69
W4002.0Jessica BEARDTexas A&M50.79
W4001.0Natasha HASTINGSSouth Carolina50.80
W80010.0Jazmine FRAYTexas A&M2:00.69
W8008.0Nicole COOKTennessee2:00.75
W8006.0Raevyn ROGERSOregon2:00.90
W8005.0Laura ROESLEROregon2:01.32
W8004.0Shea COLLINSWORTHBYU2:01.42
W8003.0Phoebe WRIGHTTennessee2:01.47
W8002.0Sabrina SOUTHERLANDOregon2:01.55
W8001.0Natoya GOULEClemson2:01.64
W3K10.0Karissa SCHWEIZERMissouri8:41.60
W3K8.0Jenny BARRINGERColorado8:42.03
W3K6.0Sally KIPYEGOTexas Tech8:48.77
W3K5.0Kim SMITHProvidence8:49.18
W3K4.0Abbey D'AGOSTINODartmouth8:51.91
W3K3.0Dominque SCOTT EFURDArkansas8:52.57
W3K2.0Emily SISSONProvidence8:52.60
W3K1.0Kate AVERYIona8:53.12
W4x410.0-Southern California3:27.03
W4x48.0-Oregon3:27.07
W4x46.0-Texas3:27.42A
W4x45.0-South Carolina3:28.25
W4x44.0-Texas A&M3:28.36
W4x43.0-Alabama3:28.62
W4x42.0-Arkansas3:28.70
W4x41.0-Purdue3:28.82
W5K10.0Jenny BARRINGERColorado15:01.70
W5K8.0Emily SISSONProvidence15:12.22
W5K6.0Kim SMITHProvidence15:14.18
W5K5.0Molly SEIDELNotre Dame15:15.21
W5K4.0Sonia O'SULLIVANVillanova15:17.28
W5K3.0Karissa SCHWEIZERMissouri15:17.31
W5K2.0Ednah KURGATNew Mexico15:19.03
W5K1.0Sarah DISANZAWisconsin15:20.57
W60H10.0Brianna ROLLINSClemson7.78
W60H8.0Virginia POWELLSouthern California7.84
W60H6.0Sasha WALLACEOregon7.87
W60H4.5Kendra HARRISONKentucky7.87
W60H4.5Priscilla LOPESNebraska7.87
W60H3.0Bridgette OWENSFlorida7.88
W60H2.0Cindy OFILIMichigan7.89
W60H1.0Perdita FELICIENIllinois7.90
WDMR10.0-Oregon10:48.77
WDMR8.0-Tennessee10:50.98
WDMR6.0-Arkansas10:51.89
WDMR5.0-Stanford10:52.02
WDMR4.0-Villanova10:52.52
WDMR3.0-Virginia Tech10:53.62
WDMR2.0-Georgetown10:54.77
WDMR1.0-Indiana10:54.86
WHJ9.0Destinee HOOKERTexas1.98m
WHJ9.0Akela JONESKansas State1.98m
WHJ4.0Brigetta BARRETTArizona1.97m
WHJ4.0Dora GYORFFYHarvard1.97m
WHJ4.0Erin ALDRICHTexas1.97m
WHJ4.0Amy ACUFFUCLA1.97m
WHJ4.0Lisa RAMOSStanford1.97mA
WHJ1.0Gwen WENTLANDKansas State1.96m
WLJ9.0Whitney GIPSONTCU6.91m
WLJ9.0Elva GOULBOURNEAuburn6.91m
WLJ6.0Sha'Keela SAUNDERSKentucky6.90m
WLJ4.5Blessing OKAGBAREUTEP6.87m
WLJ4.5Brittney REESEOle Miss6.87m
WLJ3.0Daphne SAUNDERSLSU6.82m
WLJ1.5Quanesha BURKSAlabama6.80m
WLJ1.5Akela JONESKansas State6.80m
WMile10.0Jenny BARRINGERColorado4:25.91
WMile8.0Elinor PURRIERNew Hampshire4:26.55
WMile6.0Leah O'CONNORMichigan State4:27.18
WMile5.0Sally KIPYEGOTexas Tech4:27.19
WMile4.0Karissa SCHWEIZERMissouri4:27.54
WMile2.5Abbey D'AGOSTINODartmouth4:28.31
WMile2.5Vicki HUBERVillanova4:28.31
WMile1.0Katie FLOODWashington4:28.48
WPEN10.0Kendell WILLIAMSGeorgia4,703
WPEN8.0Akela JONESKansas State4,643
WPEN6.0Erica BOUGARDMississippi State4,586A
WPEN5.0Taliyah BROOKSArkansas4,580
WPEN4.0Makeba ALCIDEArkansas4,569
WPEN3.0Brianne THEISENOregon4,555
WPEN2.0Nina SCHULTZKansas State4,502A
WPEN1.0Sami SPENNEROmaha4,498A
WPV10.0Demi PAYNEStephen F. Austin4.75mA
WPV8.0Olivia GRUVERKentucky4.67m
WPV5.5Lexi JACOBUSArkansas4.66m
WPV5.5Sandi MORRISArkansas4.66m
WPV4.0Tori HOGGARDArkansas4.61m
WPV2.5Megan CLARKDuke4.60m
WPV2.5Kaitlin PETRILLOSETexas4.60mA
WPV1.0Tina SUTEJArkansas4.55m
WSP10.0Raven SAUNDERSOle Miss19.56m
WSP8.0Tia BROOKSOklahoma19.22m
WSP6.0Maggie EWENArizona State19.20mA
WSP5.0Laura GERRAUGHTYNorth Carolina19.15m
WSP4.0Teri STEERSMU18.83m
WSP3.0Mariam KEVKHISHVILIFlorida18.59m
WSP2.0Michelle CARTERTexas18.56m
WSP1.0Tressa THOMPSONNebraska18.48m
WTJ10.0Keturah ORJIGeorgia14.53m
WTJ8.0Suzette LEELSU14.25m
WTJ6.0Kim WILLIAMSFlorida State14.23m
WTJ5.0Erica MCLAINStanford14.20m
WTJ4.0Andrea GEUBELLEKansas14.18m
WTJ3.0Trecia SMITHPittsburgh14.12m
WTJ2.0Yanis DAVIDFlorida14.11m
WTJ1.0Shanieka THOMASSan Diego State14.08mA
WWT10.0Brittany RILEYSouthern Illinois25.56m
WWT8.0Annette ECHIKUNWOKECincinnati24.78m
WWT6.0Kaitlyn LONGMinnesota24.37m
WWT5.0Candice SCOTTFlorida24.17m
WWT4.0Janeah STEWARTOle Miss24.12m
WWT3.0Jenny DAHLGRENGeorgia24.04m
WWT2.0Sade OLATOYEOhio State23.84m
WWT1.0Jeneva MCCALLSouthern Illinois23.76m

Weekend Recap: Holloway Impresses, Texas Frosh Tops Irby

From national record-breaking high school action in Virginia, to fast early-season collegiate marks across the country and a near American record at the Houston Half Marathon, this past weekend had a little bit of everything for track and field fans.

Emily Sisson Runs No. 2 U.S. All-Time Half Marathon

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With Caution, Emily Sisson Hopes For Fast Time At Houston Half Marathon

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HOUSTON (18-Jan) -- Emily Sisson has a very short résumé when it comes to the half marathon.  It is, nonetheless, impressive. 

In two starts at the distance, both at the United Airlines NYC Half in March of 2017 and 2018, she finished a close second to the winner.  In her first attempt she clocked 1:08:21 and was narrowly defeated by her training partner, Molly Huddle, who set the American record for an all-women's race: 1:08:19.  In the second, on a brutally cold and windy day, she lost by just one second to in a sprint finish to Ethiopia's Buze Diriba, clocking 1:12:24.  In those races, Sisson raced for position and wasn't focused on time.