All The Records Broken At The 2019 NCAA DI Outdoor Championships

A ton of records fell and even more world leads took over at the 2019 NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships in Austin, Texas, this weekend—check out the comprehensive list below, courtesy of the USTFCCCA.


World U20 (under 20-years-old) Records (2)

Women’s 100 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU 10.75 (1.6)

Previous: 10.88, Marlies Gohr, East Germany, 1977


Women’s 200 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU, 22.17 (1.3)

Previous: Allyson Felix, 22.18, 2004 Olympic Games


American U20 (under 20-years-old) Records (2)

Women’s 100 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU 10.75 (1.6)

Previous: 10.98, Canadice Hill, 2015


Women’s 200 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU, 22.17 (1.3)

Previous: Allyson Felix, 22.18, 2004 Olympic Games (Athens) [silver medal in final]


Collegiate Records (3)

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Grant Holloway, Florida, 12.98 (0.8)

Previous: Renaldo Nehemiah, Maryland, 5/6/1979


Men’s 4x100 Relay: Florida, 37.98

Raymond Ekevwo, Hakim Sani Brown, Grant Holloway, Ryan Clark

(Florida State also superior to previous record at 38.08)

Previous: Houston, 38.17, 2018 NCAA (Eugene)


Women’s 100 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU 10.75 (1.6)

Previous: Dawn Sowell, LSU, 10.78A (1.0), 1989 NCAA (Provo)


Championship Final Site “Meet” Records (7)

Men’s 200 Meters: Divine Oduduru, Texas Tech, 19.73 (0.8)

(Previous: 19.87 (1.4), John Capel, Florida, 1999 Boise -and19.87 (0.7), Lorenzo Daniel, Mississippi State, 1988 Eugene)


Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Grant Holloway, Florida, 12.98 (0.8)

(Previous: Daniel Roberts of Kentucky, 13.06 (0.9) in the semifinal [heat 1] superior to

previous meet record)

Previous: Devon Allen, Oregon, 13.16, 2014

(Florida’s Grant Holloway also clocked an equal time to the previous record in semifinal

heat 2)


Men’s 4x100 Relay: Florida, 37.98

Raymond Ekevwo, Hakim Sani Brown, Grant Holloway, Ryan Clark

(Florida State also superior to previous record at 38.08)

Previous: Houston, 38.17, 2018 (Eugene)


Men’s Pole Vault: Chris Nilsen, South Dakota, 5.95/19-6¼

(also cleared MR 5.90/19-4¼)

Previous: Nilsen, 5.83/19-1½, 2018


Men’s Javelin: Anderson Peters, Mississippi State, 86.62/284-2 (round 3)

(also MR 84.70/277-11 on first attempt)

Previous: Peters, 82.82/271-9, 2018


Women’s 100 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU 10.75 (1.6)

Previous: Dawn Sowell, LSU, 10.78A (1.0), 1989 (Provo)


Women’s 1500 Meters: Sinclaire Johnson, Oklahoma State, 4:05.98

Previous: Hannah Englan

Previous to meet: Larry Wade, 13.13, 2004


Men’s 4x400 Relay: Texas A&M, 2:59.05

Previous: USA, 2:59.86, 2006


Men’s Pole Vault (equaled): Chris Nilsen, South Dakota, 5.95/19-6¼

Previous: Renaud Lavillenie, France, 2018


Women’s 100 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU 10.75 (1.6)

Previous: Lauryn Williams, Miami (Fla.), 10.97, 2004


Women’s 200 Meters: Angie Annelus, Southern California, 22.16 (1.3)

(Annelus, 22.35 (1.3) in semifinal heat 3)

(LSU’s Sha’Carri Richardson clocked 22.37 in semifinal heat 2)

Previous: M. Ahoure/Kamaria Brown, 22.50, 2015


Women’s 800 Meters: Jazmine Fray, Texas A&M, 2:01.31

Previous: Kendra Chambers, 2:01.93, 2015


Women’s 1500 Meters: Sinclaire Johnson, Oklahoma State, 4:05.98

Previous: Tiffany McWilliams, Mississippi State, 4:11.59, 2004


Women’s Steeplechase: Allie Ostrander, Boise State, 9:37.73

(also Ostrander, 9:44.32 in semifinal)

Previous: Ida Nilsson, Northern Arizona, 9:48.29, 2004


Women’s 10,000 Meters: Weini Kelati, New Mexico, 33:10.84

Previous: Aliphine Taliamuk, Wichita State, 33:31.54, 2012


Women’s 100 Meter Hurdles: Janeek Brown, Arkansas, 12.40 (0.6)

(also Brown, Arkansas, 12.53 (1.1) in semifinal)

Previous: Nichole Denby, Texas, 12.62, 2004


Women’s 4x100 Relay: Southern California, 42.21

Chanel Brissett, Angie Annelus, Lanae-Taya Thomas, Twanisha Terry

Previous: South Florida Elite, 42.28, 2006


Women’s 4x400 Relay: Texas A&M, 3:25.57

Previous: Texas, 3:23.75, 2004 NCAA (Austin) [was CR until 2017]


World Leaders (5)

Men’s 100 Meters (equaled): Divine Oduduru, Texas Tech, 9.86 (0.8)

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Grant Holloway, Florida, 12.98 (0.8)

(also WL Daniel Roberts, Kentucky, 13.06 (0.9) [semifinal])

Men’s 4x100 Relay: Florida, 37.97

Men’s 4x400 Relay: Texas A&M, 2:59.05

Women’s 100 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU 10.75 (1.6)

Women’s 200 Meters: Angie Annelus, Southern California, 22.16 (1.3)

Women’s 100 Meter Hurdles: Janeek Brown, Arkansas, 12.40 (0.6)

Women’s 4x100 Relay: Southern California, 42.51


World U20 Leaders (3)

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Eric Edwards, Oregon, 13.49 (2.0) [semifinal]

Women’s 100 Meters (equaled): Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU, 10.99 (0.6) [semifinal]

Women’s 200 Meters: Sha’Carri Richardson, LSU, 22.37 (1.3) [semifinal]

(Richardson is the first in World U20 history to clock sub-11 and sub-22.4 in the

same day)


Collegiate Leaders (23)

Men’s 100 Meters: Divine Oduduru, Texas Tech, 9.86 (0.8)

Men’s 200 Meters: Divine Oduduru, Texas Tech, 19.73 (0.8)

Men’s 400 Meters: Kahmari Montgomery, Houston, 44.23

Men’s 800 Meters: Bryce Hoppel, Kansas, 1:44.41

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles: Grant Holloway, Florida, 12.98 (0.8)

(also Daniel Roberts, Kentucky, 13.06 (0.9) [semifinal])

Men’s 400 Meter Hurdles: Quincy Hall, South Carolina, 48.48

Men’s 4x100 Relay: Florida, 37.97

(Florida State’s 38.08 also superior to previous CL)

(also CL Florida, 38.35 [semifinal])

Men’s 4x400 Relay: Texas A&M, 2:59.05

(also CL Texas A&M, 3:01.26 [semifinal])

Men’s High Jump (equaled): Ju’Vaughn Harrison, LSU, 2.27/7-5¼ -and Tejaswin Shankar, Kansas State, 2.27/7-5¼

Men’s Long Jump: JuVaughn Harrison, LSU, 8.20/26-11 (0.7)

Men’s Triple Jump: Chengetayi Mapaya, TCU, 17.13/56-2½

Men’s Javelin: Anderson Peters, Mississippi State, 86.62/284-2

Men’s Decathlon: Johannes Erm, Georgia, 8352

Women’s 200 Meters: Angie Annelus, Southern California, 22.35 (1.3) [semifinal]

Women’s 1500 Meters: Sinclaire Johnson, Oklahoma State, 4:05.98

Women’s Steeplechase: Allie Ostrander, Boise State, 9:37.73

Women’s 100 Meter Hurdles: Janeek Brown, Arkansas, 12.40 (0.6)

(also Brown, Arkansas, 12.53 (1.1) in semifinal)

Women’s 400 Meter Hurdles: Anna Cockrell, Southern California, 56.05 [semifinal]

Women’s 4x100 Relay: Southern California, 42.21

Women’s 4x400 Relay: Texas A&M, 3:25.57

Women’s Long Jump: Yanis David, Florida, 6.84/22-5¼

Women’s Hammer: Camryn Rogers, California, 71.50/234-7

Women’s Hepathlon: Asthin Zamzow, Texas, 6222


Attendance

Wednesday: 7,742

Thursday: 8,156

Friday: 11,037

Saturday: 10,163

FOUR-DAY TOTAL: 37,098


Men’s Team Race

FINAL SCORES

1. Texas Tech, 60

(First national championship in program history [previous best finish: 5th in 2018]… first

national crown for a men’s sport in Texas Tech athletics history)

HEAD COACH: Wes Kittley


2. Florida, 50

(11th-consecutive podium finish and eighth-straight finish as champion or runner-up)

HEAD COACH: Mike Holloway


3. Houston, 40

(second-consecutive third-place finish for the first time in program history)

HEAD COACH: Leroy Burrell


4. Georgia, 32½

(defending national champions record second podium finish in program history)

HEAD COACH: Petros Kyprianou


Men’s Individual Scoring

1. Divine Oduduru (JR), Texas Tech, 21½ points

(1st 100, 1st 200, 3rd 4x1)

2. JuVaughn Harrison (SO), LSU, 20 points

(1st HJ, 1st LJ -- first in meet history to sweep combo of events)

3. Cravon Gillespie (SR), Oregon, 16¾ points

(2nd 100, 2nd 200, 6th 4x100)

4. Denzel Comenentia (SR), Georgia, 16 points

(2nd SP, 5th DISC, 5th HT)

5. Grant Holloway (JR), Florida, 14½ points

(1st 110H, 1st 4x1, 2nd 4x4)

Hakim Sani Brown (SO), Florida, 14½ points

(3rd 100, 3rd 200, 1st 4x1)


Women’s Team Race

FINAL SCORES

1. Arkansas, 64

(second outdoor title in team history [2016] … also the indoor champions)

HEAD COACH: Lance Harter


2. Southern California, 57

(defending champions … third-straight podium finish … all points scored on Saturday)

HEAD COACH: Caryl Smith Gilbert


3. LSU, 43

(best finish since 2011 … 21st podium finish)

HEAD COACH: Dennis Shaver


4. Texas A&M, 38

(best finish since 2015 … ninth podium finish since 2007)

HEAD COACH: Pat Henry


Women’s Individual Scoring

1. Sha’Carri Richardson (FR), LSU, 20 points

(1st 100, 2nd 200, 2nd 4x1 [anchor])

2. Yanis Davis, Florida, 18 points

(1st LJ, 2nd TJ)

3. Janeek Brown, Arkansas, 16½ points

(1st 100H, 4th 200, 3rd 4x1 [3rd leg]

4. Angie Annelus, Southern California, 14½ points

(1st 200, 7th 100, 1st 4x1 [2nd leg])

5. Anna Cockrell, Southern California, 14¼ points

(1st 400H, 5th 100H, 8th 4x4 [3rd leg])

Richardson the first freshman top scorer since Oregon’s Ariana Washington in 2016 (21½ points

-- 1st 100, 1st 200, 3rd 4x1)

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