The Best NCAA In Recent Memory

Among the many awesome marks we saw in 4 days in Texas was a Collegiate Record 12.98 in the 110 hurdles by Florida’s Grant Holloway. (MIKE SCOTT)

AUSTIN, TEXAS, June 05–08—Sure, there were weather delays and when the sun came out it was hot-hot-hot (and sometimes steamy) but so were the athletes at the 98th NCAA Championships. Over the course of the next few days we’ll be rolling out our by-event coverage of the meet as a whole, but as a capsule of the greatness that was, check out our chart of winners:

MEN WOMEN
Teams Texas Tech Arkansas Teams
100 Divine Oduduru (Texas Tech) 9.86 =WL; CL Sha’Carri Richardson (LSU) 10.75 CR, WJR 100
200 Oduduru 19.73 CL Angie Annelus (USC) 22.16 AL, CL 200
400 Kahmari Montgomery (Houston) 44.23 Wadeline Jonathas (South Carolina) 50.60 AL, CL 400
800 Bryce Hoppel (Kansas) 1:44.41 CL Jazmine Fray (Texas A&M) 2:01.31 CL 800
1500 Yared Nuguse (Notre Dame) 3:41.39 Sinclaire Johnson (Oklahoma State) 4:05.98 CL 1500
Steeple Steven Fahy (Stanford) 8:38.46 Allie Ostrander (Boise State) 9:37.73 CL Steeple
5000 Morgan McDonald (Wisconsin) 14:06.01 Dannie Jones (Colorado) 15:50.65 5000
10,000 Clayton Young (BYU) 29:16.60 Weini Kelati (New Mexico) 33:10.84 10,000
110 Hurdles Grant Holloway (Florida) 12.98 CR, WL Janeek Brown (Arkansas) 12.40 WL, CL 100 Hurdles
400 Hurdles Quincy Hall (South Carolina) 48.48 CL Anna Cockrell (USC) 55.23 CL 400 Hurdles
4 x 100 Florida 37.97 CR, WL USC 42.21 WL, AL, CL 4 x 100
4 x 400 Texas A&M 2:59.05 WL Texas A&M 3:25.57 CL 4 x 400
High Jump JuVaughn Harrison (LSU) 7-5¼ =outdoor CL Zarriea Willis (Texas Tech) 6-1½ High Jump
Pole Vault Chris Nilsen (South Dakota) 19-6¼ CL Tori Hoggard (Arkansas) 14-11½ Pole Vault
Long Jump Harrison 26-11 CL Yanis David (Florida) 22-5¼ CL Long Jump
Triple Jump Chengetayi Mapaya’ (TCU) 56-2½ Shardia Lawrence (Kansas State) 45-10¾ Triple Jump
Shot Tripp Piperi (Texas) 69-3¼ Samantha Noennig (Arizona State) 59-6¼ Shot
Discus Duke Kicinski (Texas Tech) 205-2 Laulauga Tausaga (Iowa) 207-6 Discus
Hammer Daniel Haugh (Kennesaw State) 244-10 Camryn Rogers (Cal) 234-7 Hammer
Javelin Anderson Peters (Mississippi State) 284-2 CL Mackenzie Little (Stanford) 195-0 Javelin
Decathlon Johannes Erm (Georgia) 8352 CL Ashtin Zamzow (Texas) 6222 CL Heptathlon