If you're following any of the big dogs at the NCAA Championships this week here are some notes from the NCAA

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

IN­MEET NOTES


MEN’S TEAM RACE FINAL RESULTS

1. Oregon, 85 [protest in 5k ... standby] 2. Florida, 56
3. Arkansas, 53
4. LSU, 45

Oregon is the first back­to­back winner since Florida (2012, 2013 [co­winner]) and wins seventh outdoor title overall (USC 26, Arkansas 10, UCLA 8) ... Oregon posted a modern­scoring meet­record 88 points last season ... the Ducks’ total this year is No. 2 all­time ...Oregon 29­point margin­of­victory is the largest since 1994 when Arkansas won by 38 points over UTEP (83­45). ... In 2014, Oregon topped Florida by 18 points (88 to 70).

Florida posts its fourth­straight top­two finish and seventh­straight top­four showing ... Arkansas is on the podium for the second time in three years, matching 2013 place. LSU earns second­straight fourth­place finish and 10th podium finish in 14 years.

TOP INDIVIDUAL SCORERS

211⁄4, Andre De Grasse, Southern California [1st 100, 1st 200, 5th 4x100] 20, Marquis Dendy, Florida [1st LJ, 1st TJ]
20, Edward Cheserek, Oregon [1st 5000, 1st 10k]
171⁄4 , Jarrion Lawson, Arkansas [1st 4x100, 2nd LJ, 3rd 100, 6th 4x400] 16, Eric Jenkins, Oregon [2nd 5000, 2nd 10k]

De Grasse is Southern California’s first top meet scorer since Clancy Edwards in 1978 (221⁄2 “modern” points ­­ 100 champ, 200 champ, 4x100 champ) ... De Grasee is first 100­200 champ since 2007 (Florida State’s Walter Dix) ...

Dendy swept long jump and triple jump titles for the second­straight year, first since Arkansas’ Robert Howard (1997 and 1998) ... Cheserek is first to sweep 5000 and 10k crowns since Arizona’s Lawi Lalang (2013).

 
 
 

Friday, June 11

 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

FINAL EVENTS
Men’s High Jump (4:00pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. JaCorian Duffield (SR), Texas Tech, 2.28/7­51⁄4

  2. Bradley Adkins (JR), Texas Tech, 2.25/7­41⁄2

  3. Avion Jones (JR), East Carolina, 2.25/7­41⁄2

First 1­2 finish by a school in the event since 1939 (Southern California) ... Texas Tech’s first event crown in school history and first in any event since Julian Wruck (discus, 2011).

McBride defending champ out at 2.22 and finished sixth.

Men’s Discus (4:05pm)
FINAL RESULTS

  1. Sam Mattis (JR), Penn, 62.48/205­0 55.77, 61.88, 61.89, 61.39, 61.61, 62.48

  2. Tavis Bailey (SR), Tennessee, 61.92/203­2 58.06, 61.92, f, f, f, f

  3. Filip Mihaljevic (SO), Virginia, 61.29/201­1 61.18, 61.12, 61.29, 60.12, 60.08, 60.93

Mattis won on his final attempt, passing Bailey who was the leader after round two ...
Mattis Penn’s first discus winner in program history and first in any event since 2003 (Brian Chaput, javelin) Reed defending champ did not advance to the final, finishing 12th overall ...

Men’s Triple Jump (4:30pm)
FINAL RESULTS

  1. Marquis Dendy (SR), Florida, 17.71w/58­11⁄4 (2.4) [a­c CL] 17.50, 16.53, 17.15, 17.54w, 16.91w, 17.71w

  2. Latario Collie (JR), Texas A&M, 17.01w/55­93⁄4 (3.8) 16.44w, 16.53w, 17.01w, 15.19w, 16.87, f

  3. Donald Scott (SR), Eastern Michigan, 16.83/55­23⁄4 (2.5) f, 16.25w, 16.71, 16.18, f, 16.83w

Dendy is the first to sweep long jump and triple jump titles in consecutive outdoor NCAA meet since Arkansas’ Robert Howard (1997, 1998) ... the first to sweep the long and triple in three­straight NCAA meets (indoor and outdoor included) since Arkansas’ Mike Conley (1984 indoor­outdoor, 1985 indoor­outdoor) ...

Florida has won the event for six­straight years, the most in event history and tied for the longest streak by any school in any event all­time.

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Dendy’s R1 CL, PR jump of 17.50/57­5 (1.2) is the best collegiate jump since 1985 and No. 3 in collegiate history ... Dendy’s R4 wind­aided jump is tied for No. 6 in collegiate history under all­conditions. ... Dendy’s R6 mark of 17.71w/58­11⁄4 is No. 3 all­time in collegiate and meet history in all­conditions.

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Men’s 4x100 Relay (4:35pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Arkansas, 38.47 [CL, school record]
    Omar McLeod, Jarrion Lawson, Kenzo Cotton, Marqueze Washington

  2. TCU, 38.59
    Cameron Echols­Luper, Sam Watts, Ronnie Baker, Kolby Listenbee

  3. LSU, 38.62

Arkansas wins the event for the first time in program history ... Arkansas’ school­record time places them No. 7 on the all­time collegiate list and No. 6 in meet history.

Two­time defending champ Florida finished sixth.

Men’s 1500 Meters (4:46pm)
FINAL RESULTS

  1. Chad Noelle (JR), Oklahoma State, 3:54.96 last lap: 52.03, hometown: Binghamton, N.Y.

  2. Zach Perkins (SR), Air Force, 3:55.08 last lap: 51.93

  3. Blake Haney (FR), Oregon, 3:55.12 last lap: 52.01

 

Slowest winning time in meet history (event contested since 1976 and also in Olympic years ­­ 1932, 1936, 1948, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, and 1972) ... Noelle wins Oklahoma State’s second title in event history (German Fernandez, 2009).

Oregon gets 6 points for third­only .. Winn 9th, Gregorek 11th. First 400m in 63.42 ... 800m in 2:14.07 ... bell at 3:03 ... Men’s

Steeplechase (4:57pm)
FINAL RESULTS

  1. Anthony Rotich (SR), UTEP, 8:33.90 last lap: 57.93

  2. Stanley Kebenei (SR), Arkansas, 8:34.28 last lap: 58.23

  3. Ole Hesslebjerg (SR), Eastern Kentucky, 8:36.09 last lap: 59.85

 

Rotich becomes the first three­peat winner since Arkansas’ Daniel Lincoln (2001, 2002, 2003) ... Rotich finishes career with 33 points in the event [6­1­1­1], moving to No. 2 all­time, trailing only UTEP’s James Munyala 38 (1975­1978 [1­1­1­2]) ... UTEP extends its all­time lead with its 10th event title ­­ they and Arkansas have combined for 11 crowns in the last 22 years ...

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles (5:15pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Omar McLeod (SO), Arkansas, 13.01w (3.9) [a­c WL, a­c CL]

  2. Johnathan Cabral (SR), Oregon, 13.22w

  3. Issac Williams (JR), Houston, 13.31w

McLeod’s wind­aided times of 13.01 in the final and 13.08 in the semifinal are the Nos. 3 and 4 all­conditions times in collegiate history and Nos. 2 and 3 in meet history ... McLeod also won the NCAA indoor 60­hurdles title and becomes the first to sweep crowns since 2009 (Bethune­Cookman’s Ronnie Ash) ... Arkansas hadn’t scored in the event since 2004, but bagged its first title in the event since 1948 (Clyde Scott) ... the winning margin of 0.21­seconds is the largest since Ash’s winner in 2009 ...

Men’s 100 Meters (5:25pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Andre De Grasse (JR), Southern California, 9.75w (2.7) [​a­c NCAA Meet All­Time Best​, a­c CL]

  2. Trayvon Bromell (SO), Baylor, 9.88w

  3. Jarrion Lawson (JR), Arkansas, 9.90w

De Grasse’s time is the No. 2 all­conditions performance in collegiate history ... only Obadele Thompson’s 9.69 (5.0) at altitude in El Paso in 1996 has been better ... De Grasse will be credited with the all­conditions all­time meet best with the run. ... De Grasse’s time also ties in all­conditions the all­time Hayward Field best (2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, Tyson Gay) ... the 0.13­second winning margin is the most since Florida’s Jeff Demps’ 2010 winner (9.96w) ...

De Grasse extends USC’s lead in all­time titles in the event as they now sit with eight ... De Grasse is USC’s first 100­meter champ since 1978 (Clancy Edwards) ...

First time in meet history with five under 10 seconds ... all­conditions best for ALL EIGHT PLACES ... the previous­best eighth­place time was 10.36(!) (Greg Scholars, 1986).

 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Men’s 400 Meters (5:35pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Vernon Norwood (SR), LSU, 45.10

  2. Marcus Chambers (SO), Oregon, 45.59

  3. DJ Zahn (SR), Illinois, 45.97

Norwood wins, sweeping indoor­outdoor titles, matching Lendore’s 2014 feat ... Norwood is LSU’s first event winner since Xavier Carter (2006). ... The 0.49­second margin­of­victory is the largest since 2002 (Tennessee’s Gary Kikaya) ...

Oregon has now placed in the event’s top three in four of the last five years. Lendore defending champ did not finish, out after first turn.


Men’s 800 Meters (5:50pm)
FINAL RESULTS

1. Edward Kemboi (SR), Iowa State, 1:49.26 2. Brannon Kidder (SR), Penn State, 1:49.36 3. Clayton Murphy (SO), Akron, 1:49.52

Bell at 55.64 (Arizona’s Collins Kibet) ... 600m at 1:24.5 (Binghamton’s Jesse Garn) ...

Kemboi sweeps indoor­and­outdoor titles, matching the 2014 feat by Mississippi State’s Brandon McBride, and is Iowa State’s first outdoor event winner in program history ...

McBride, the defending champ finished sixth.

Men’s 400 Meter Hurdles (6:00pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Michael Stigler (SR), Kansas, 48.84

  2. Jordin Andrade (SR), Boise State, 49.24

  3. David Kendziera (SO), Illinois, 49.56

Stigler wins Kansas’ third crown in the event and first since 1960 (Cliff Cushman) ... Stigler ends career with 29 career points in the event [6­2­2­1], placing him fourth all­time (38, Jeshua Anderson, Washington State all­time leader) ...

Andrade is the first to score in the event in Boise State program history.

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Men’s 200 Meters (6:10pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Andre De Grasse (JR), Southern California, 19.59w (2.4)
    [​a­c Collegiate All­Time Best, a­c NCAA Meet All­Time Best, a­c World Leader]

    (old all­conditions all­time collegiate best: 19.61w (4.1), Leroy Burrell, Houston, 1990 SWC)

    (old all­conditions meet best: 19.86qw (4.0), Justin Gatlin, Tennessee, 2001)

  2. Dedric Dukes (SR), Florida, 19.86w [19.856]

    (equaled old all­conditions meet best)

  3. Trayvon Bromell (SO), Baylor, 19.86w [19.858]

    (equaled old all­conditions meet best)

First time in meet history with top three under 20 seconds ...​the top three times are the three best in meet history under all conditions.

De Grasse is the first to sweep the 100 and 200 in the same meet since Florida State’s Walter Dix in 2007 ... De Grasse is USC’s first 200 meter winner since Clancy Edwards (1978) ... its USC’s fourth all­time title in the

event ­­ only Florida State (7) and Ohio State (5) have more.

Men’s 5000 Meters (6:30pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Edward Cheserek (SO), Oregon, 13.48.67

  2. Eric Jenkins (SR), Oregon, 13:48.93

  3. Kemoy Campbell (SR), Arkansas, 13:49.23

Oregon scored 23 points in the event (Will Geoghegan, 4th), tied for second­most in meet history in the 5000 meters (Washington State went 1­2­3 in 1976) ...

Cheserek’s crown was Oregon’s first since 2009 in the event and ninth overall (most of any team).

Men’s 4x400 Relay (6:50pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. LSU, 3:01.96
    Quincy Downing, Fitzroy Dunkley, Cyril Grayson, Vernon Norwood (44.97 ­­ fastest split)

  2. Florida, 3:02.48
    Nick Uruburu, Dedric Dukes, Arman Hall, Najee Glass (45.80)

  3. Mississippi State, 3:04.96
    Scottie Hearn, Charles Taylor, Brandon McBride, Alfred Larry (45.78)

LSU wins the title for the first time since 2006 ... Florida has placed first or second in the event for four­straight years ... Mississippi State’s finish is its best since 2011.

Texas A&M defending champ finished seventh.

 
 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

WEATHER

10:00 am (decathlon start) ­­ Sunny, 65 degrees, winds N at 8 mph, dewpoint: 46 (very dry)
4:00 pm (track start) ­­ Sunny, 82 degrees, winds NE at 17 mph, gusts to 23 mph, dewpoint: 47 (very dry) 7:00 pm (women’s 10k start) ­­ Clear and pleasant, 80 degrees, winds N at 9 mph, dewpoint: 52 (dry)

ATTENDANCE: 10,015 ... semfinals two­ day total: 19,642

TEAM SCORES

MEN: ​(after 7 of 21 events) Oregon 40, Florida 16, Southern California 15, Georgia 13, Stanford/Texas 11 WOMEN: ​(after 7 of 21 events) Oregon 31, Arkansas 22, Georgia 21, Southern Illinois 20, Kansas State 15

COMPLETED FINAL EVENTS

Men’s Decathlon
FINAL RESULTS

  1. Maicel Uibo (JR), Georgia, 8336 [school record, PR]
    11.10w (3.2), 7.54/24­9 (1.4), 14.38/47­21⁄4, 2.14, 51.65 [4209]; 14.99 (1.0), 46.45/152­4, 5.20/17­3⁄4 , 62.25/204­2, 4:28.48

  2. Pau Tonnesen (JR), Arizona, 8247
    best­ever for second place (old: Jeremy Taiwo, Washington, 8239, 2013)

  3. Dakotah Keys (SR), Oregon, 7863

Uibo defends his crown, becoming the first back­to­back winner since Oregon’s Ashton Eaton (2008, 2009, 2010) ... Uibo’s score is the ​second­best in meet history​while Tonnesen’s records the ​seventh­best score​in meet history.

DAY ONE EVENT WINNERS
100 Meters ­­ Zach Taylor, Mississippi State, 10.66 (1.2) [938] Long Jump ­­ Maicel Uibo, Georgia, 7.54/24­9 (1.4) [945] (PR) Shot Put ­­ Pau Tonnesen, Arizona, 15.17/49­93⁄4 [800] (PR) High Jump ­­ Maicel Uibo, Georgia, 2.14/7­1⁄4 [934]
400 Meters ­­ Harrison Williams, Stanford, 47.16

Scores after Day One: Tonnesen 4230, Uibo 4209 [Defending Champion], Filip 4176

DAY TWO EVENT WINNERS
110 Meter Hurdles (10:00am) ­­ Steele Wasik, UCLA, 14.32 (1.4) [934]

after 6 events: Tonnesen 5095, Uibo 5060, Filip 4956 Discus ­­ Maicel Uibo, Georgia, 46.45/152­4 [797]

after 7 events: Tonnesen 5873, Uibo 5857, Morgan 5592 Pole Vault ­­ Pau Tonnesen, Arizona, 5.30/17­41⁄2 (PR) [1004]

after 8 events: Tonnesen 6877, Uibo 6829, Williams 6480

 
 
 

Thursday, June 11

 
 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Javelin ­­ Dakotah Keys, Oregon, 64.12/210­4 [800]
after 9 events: Uibo 7601,Tonnesen 7578, Keys 7114

1500 Meters (6:57pm) ­­ Joe Delgado, Oregon, 4:33.05

Day two began with 19 competitors as Georgia’s Garrett Scantling and Devon Williams along with Washington State’s Dino Dodig, and Eastern Michigan’s Solomon Ijah withdrew during competition in day one ....South Carolina’s ​Markus Leemet’s​time in the 110 hurdles (15.13) was a season best to start Thursday’s competition.

Women’s Heptathlon FINAL RESULTS

  1. Akela Jones (JR), Kansas State, 6371 [CL, school record, PR]
    13.10 (0.9), 1.84/6­1⁄2, 14.85/48­83⁄4, 23.45w (3.2) [4023 CR], 6.53w/21­51⁄4 (3.3), 38.13, 2:29.43

  2. Kendell Williams (SO), Georgia, 6223

  3. Quintunya Chapman (SR), Georgia, 6147

Jones broke the national record of Barbados and is now the No. 4 performer in collegiate history ... Trails only Diana Guthrie, Jackie Joyner­Kersee, and Brianne Thiesen­Eaton...Guthrie and JJK set their marks with the old javelin implement ... school record by Jones topped Austra Skujyte’s 6275 mark from 2002.

Jones’ title is Kansas State’s fourth in event history... tying Oregon for second­most all­time (Arizona State, 5) ... the last Wildcat to win the crown was Ryann Krais in 2011 (5961).

First time in meet history four finished with more than 6,000 points (Mississippi State’s Erica Bougard finished fourth at 6,050) ... best marks in event meet history for places 2­3­4­5­6

Defending champ and NCAA indoor heptathlon champ Georgia’s Kendell Williams finished second and now has 18 career points through two seasons ... 2013 champ Lindsay Vollmer of Kansas fouled out of the long jump and did not finish the competition ...

DAY ONE EVENT WINNERS
100 Meter Hurdles ­­ Kendell Williams, Georgia, 13.08 (1.0) [1112]
High Jump ­­ Akela Jones, Kansas State / Erica Bougard, Mississippi State, 1.84/6­1⁄2 [1029] Shot Put ­­ Akela Jones, Kansas State, 14.85 [851] (PR)
200 Meters ­­ Nikki Larch­Miller, Wichita State, 23.36w (3.2) [1043]

after day 1: Jones 4023 [​COLLEGIATE RECORD DAY 1 SCORE​] (13.10, 1.84, 14.85 ,23.45w), Williams 3804, Chapman 3714, Bougard 3714

DAY TWO EVENT WINNERS
Long Jump ­­ Akela Jones, Kansas State, 6.53/21­51⁄4 (3.3) [1017]

after 5 events: Jones 5040, Williams 4789, Bougard 4679 Javelin ­­ Jena Hemann, Texas A&M, 47.82/156­11

after 6 events: Jones 5671, Williams 5432, Bougard 5323
800 Meters (4:37pm) ­­ Alissa Brooks­Johnson, Washington State, 2:12.60 [927] (section 1)

 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Women’s Hammer (1:30pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. DeAnna Price (JR), Southern Illinois, 71.49/234­6 [​NCAA Meet Record​, CL, PR] 63.72, 64.43, 67.33, 66.19, 68.33, 71.49
    old meet record: Jenny Dahlgren, Georgia, 70.72/232­0, 2007

  2. Julia Ratcliffe (JR), Princeton, 67.30/220­9

  3. Brooke Pleger (SR), Bowling Green, 67.03/219­11

Price is the second NCAA champ for Southern Illinois in the event and the first since Jeneva McCall claimed the crown in 2012 ... the 4.19­meter (nearly 14 feet) margin­of­victory is the largest in event history, topping Candice Scott’s 2003 win of 3.10 meters. ... Price is now No. 3 in the event’s collegiate history, behind only Dahlgren and Southern Illinois’ Brittany Riley. ... Price’s previous personal­best was 67.72/222­2 set in early May.

Price and Ratcliffe were separated by an inch after five throws ... Price broke the meet record previously held by Jenny Dahlgren, who beat out SIU’s Riley for the national title in 2007.

Princeton’s Julia Ratcliffe was the defending champion ... indoor weight­throw NCAA champ Kearsten Peoples of Missouri finished eighth.

Women’s Pole Vault (4:45pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Demi Payne (JR), Stephen F. Austin, 4.70/15­5 [​NCAA Meet Record​]
    4.35, 4.45, 4.50 MR, 4.60 MR, 4.65 MR, 4.70 MR, 4.75[xxx]
    old meet record: 4.45/14­71⁄4, five times ­­ Firsick (SDak 2013), Stefanidi (Stanford 2012), Gergel (Oregon 2011), Sutej (Arkansas 2011), Hutson (Indiana State 2010)

  2. Sandi Morris (SR), Arkansas, 4.65/15­3 [bettered old ​NCAA Meet Record​] 4.30, 4.40, 4.45, 4.50 =MR, 4.60[2] =MR, 4.65[2] =MR, 4.70[xpp], 4.75[xx]

  3. Stephanie Richartz (SR), Illinois, 4.45/14­71⁄4 [equaled old meet record]

Payne is not only SFA’s first­ever NCAA outdoor champ in either gender, she is the first female at SFA to score at the NCAA meet.

Payne and Morris end the outdoor season with all ten of the collegiate all­time top ten marks ... Arkansas has now scored in the event in 12­of­the­last­13 outdoor NCAA meets.

NCAA indoor champ was Arkansas’ Morris ... Payne did not enter until 6:35pm when the bar went to 4.35/14­31⁄4 ... 16 cleared opening height of 4.05/13­31⁄2 ... 13 cleared second height 4.20/13­91⁄4 .. 6 cleared third height 4.30/14­11⁄4 ...

 
 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Women’s Javelin (5:30pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Irena Sediva (SO), Virginia Tech, 58.76/192­9 [CL] 57.39, 52.32, 5738, 57.24, 56.99, 58.76

  2. Hannah Carson (JR), Texas Tech, 57.72/189­4

  3. Elizabeth Heers (JR), Oklahoma, 56.43/185­1

Sediva’s mark is ​ninth­best in meet history​and best since 2010 ... Sediva took the lead on final attempt while Carson was the leader for each of the previous five rounds. ... Sediva is Virginia Tech’s first javelin champ and first overall champ since Dorotea Habazin (2011, hammer) ...

Defending champ, Florida’s Fawn Miller, finished eighth ... Oklahoma has now placed in the event’s final in seven­of­the­last­eight years.

Women’s Long Jump (5:35pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Quanesha Burks (SO), Alabama, 6.91w/22­8 (2.6) [a­c CL] 6.70w, 6.74w, 6.61w, 6.51w, 6.91w, 6.75w

  2. Jenna Prandini (JR), Oregon, 6.80/22­33⁄4 (1.7) 4.48w, 6.38w, 6.80, p, p, f

  3. Sha’Keela Saunders (SO), Kentucky, 6.75/22­13⁄4 (1.8) 6.41w, f, 6.17, 6.60w, 6.75, 6.57

Burks is Alabama’s first NCAA outdoor field­event champ since 2005 (Beth Mallory, discus) ... Burks’ 6.91w is the fifth­best all­conditions mark in meet history​and best since 2008 (Ole Miss’ Brittany Reese).

Defending champ’s Prandini’s 6.80/22­33⁄4 (1.7) in round three ties for ​fourth­best in meet history​... Prandini was the leader until the round­five mark by Burks ... in the span of the competition, Prandini qualified for Saturday’s finals in the 100 and 200 meters.

Women’s Shot Put (5:40pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Raven Saunders (FR), Southern Illinois, 18.35/60­21⁄2 16.60, 17.39, 17.14, f, 16.95, 18.35

  2. Kelsey Card (JR), Wisconsin, 17.96/58­111⁄4

  3. Tori Bliss (SR), LSU, 17.83/58­6

Saunders is the first from Southern Illinois to win the title outdoors and is the first freshman to win crown since UCLA’s Jessica Cosby in 2002 ... Saunders completed the indoor­outdoor sweep, matching the feat last year by Iowa State’s Christina Hillman (who finished sixth today) ... it is the seventh­straight year in which the indoor champ also won the outdoor title

Wisconsin’s Kelsey Card led after first three rounds (17.51/57­51⁄2), equalled in best mark with Kansas State’s Dani Winters ... Card improved her leader in round five with a 17.96, but Saunders took the title with her final toss.

 
 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Women’s 10,000 Meters (7:07pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Molly Seidel (JR), Notre Dame, 33:18.37 last lap: 69.89

  2. Dominique Scott (JR), Arkansas, 33:25.81 last lap: 69.93

  3. Emily Stites (JR), William and Mary, 33:26.15 last lap: 73.16

Seidel is Notre Dame’s first female outdoor event champion. Defending champ Boise State’s Emma Bates finished 10th.

WOMEN’S SEMIFINALS

4x100 Relay (4:00pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ LSU won the heat in 43.32, Oregon 2nd in 43.49 ­­ official’s inquiry in third exchange resulted in a Kentucky DQ; Cal State Northridge DNF . ... Heat 2 ­ Florida wins in 43.30; Southern California was 2nd in 43.62 ... Heat 3 ­ Texas A&M wins with top qualifier in 43.00; Texas 2nd in 43.12 ... time qualifiers were Ole Miss (44.10) and Purdue (44.20) ... LSU has made the event finale in 30­of­the­last­31 years... 20­of­the­last­30 finals have been won by either Texas A&M or LSU ... Purdue and Ole Miss make final for the first time in school history.

1500 Meters (4:19pm) [5+2 advance, 2 heats of 12]: ​Heat 1 ­ 67 in first 400m; 2:18 in first 800m; 3:27 in first 1200m; Arizona State’s Shelby Houlihan won the heat in 4:16.87 ... Heat 2 ­ 71.5 in first 400m; 2:19.4 in first 800m; 3:26.5 in first 1200m; Mississippi State’s Rhianwedd Price wins in 4:16.01; Mississippi State’s Freitas qualified 2nd ... Time Qs: Lambdin of UC Davis, Hiltz of Oregon ... Houlihan is 2014 champ, Piliusina is 2013 champ

Steeplechase (4:51pm) [5+2 advance, 2 heats of 12]: ​Heat 1 ­ Won by Michigan State’s Leah O’Connor in 9:55.58; Ritter of Rider qualified second ­­ she entered the meet as Rider’s first national­championship participant in program history ... Heat 2 ­ North Dakota State’s Erin Teschuk won in 9:53.83; UMKC’s Frerichs 2nd in 9:54.07. ... 9­of­the­12 finalists come from non­”Power 5” conference schools: Rider, Montana State, Eastern Michigan, New Hampshire (2), North Dakota State (2), UMKC, Boise State

100 Meter Hurdles (5:19pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Kentucky’s Kendra Harrison won in 12.59w (2.7) seventh­best all­conditions performance in meet history​; LSU’s Daeshon Gordon second in 13.04 ... Heat 2 ­ Jade Barber of Notre Dame wins in 12.70w (3.7); Michigan’s Cindy Ofili 2nd in 12.81 ... Heat 3 ­ Florida’s Bridgette Owens won in 12.71w (3.3), LSU’s Chanice Chase 2nd in 13.04 ... time quals: Purdue’s Charlton (12.87), USC’s Hall (12.95) ... LSU moved two to the finals and has the most titles in event history, 5, with the last occurring in 2000. ... Charlton is Purdue’s first track finalist since 2004 and first sprint finalist ever.

 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

100 Meters (5:35pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Jenna Prandini of Oregon wins in 11.03 (2.0); LSU freshman Aleia Hobbs 2nd in 11.13w ... Heat 2 ­ Texas’ Morolake Akinosun wins in 10.96w (3.0); Kentucky’s Dezerea Bryant 2nd in 10.99w ... Heat 3 ­ Aailyah Brown of Texas A&M won in 11.08 (1.8); Kentucky’s Keilah Tyson 2nd in 11.09 ... time quals: Texas A&M’s Madu (11.16), USC freshman Ky Westbrook (11.17) ... multiple qualifiers: Kentucky (2), Texas A&M (2) ... USC’s Alexis Faulknor’s 11.18w is the ​fastest non­qualifying time​in meet history.

400 Meters (5:50pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1­ Texas’ Kendall Baisden won in 51.53; Notre Dame’s Margaret Bamgbose 2nd in 51.74 ... Heat 2 ­ Won by Miami’s Shakima Wimbley 51.68; Arkansas’ Taylor Ellis­Watson 52.15 ... Heat 3 ­ Texas’ Ashley Spencer (2012 and 2013 champ while at Illinois) won in 51.72; Oklahoma’s Roberson 2nd in 51.76.

800 Meters (6:04pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ first 400m 59.5; won by Virginia Tech’s Hanna Green in 2:03.35; Stanford’s Claudia Saunders 2:03.38 2nd ... Heat 2 ­ first 400m 68.0; won by Oregon freshman Rayven Rogers in 2:06.94; Florida’s Francis 2nd in 2:07.77 ... Heat 3 ­ first 400m 59.5; won by Arkansas’ Chrishuna Williams in 2:03.91; Clemson’s Natoya Goule (indoor champ) 2nd in 2:04.41 ... multiple qualifiers: Stanford (2).

400 Meter Hurdles (6:20pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Texas A&M’s Shamier Little won in 57.02; USC’s Jaide Stepter was 2nd in 57.24 ... Heat 2 ­ Kentucky’s Leah Nugent won in 56.36; Arizona’s Nneya Hailey 2nd in 56.85; Heat 3 ­ Kentucky’s Kendra Harrison won in 55.45; USC’s Iuel 2nd in 56.69 ... time quals: Harvard’s Jade Miller (56.82); Florida State’s Sage Watson (57.06) ... Miller is Harvard’s first event finalist since 2001 (Brenda Taylor) ...

200 Meters (6:34pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Texas A&M’s Kamaria Brown won in 22.29; Oregon’s Jenna Prandini (while leading the long jump) qualified 2nd in 22.46 ... Heat 2 ­ Florida’s Kyra Jefferson wins in ​=CL and =PR​22.26 (1.8), ​fourth­fastest performance in meet history ​(only Kimberlyn Duncan’s 22.19 in 2012 was a faster qualifier)​; LSU’s Jada Martin 2nd in 22.76 ... Heat 3 ­ Kentucky’s Dezerea Bryant, 22.38w (2.8); Texas’ Akinosun 2nd in 22.54 ... time quals: Texas Tech’s White (22.65), Texas A&M’s Aaliyah Brown (22.68) ... Texas A&M moved two to the final ... ​100 and 200­meter qualifiers (4): Prandini (Ore), Akinpsun (Texas), Bryant (Kentucky), A. Brown (Texas A&M)

4x400 Relay (7:38pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]:​Heat 1 ­ USC won in 3:29.97; Arkansas 2nd in 3:33.57 ... Heat 2 ­ Florida won in 3:30.32; Florida State 2nd in 3:34.17 ... Heat 3 ­ Texas won in 3:32.66; Texas 2nd in 3:32.73 ... time quals: Miami 3:33.18, Purdue 3:33.07 ... Texas makes the final for the 19th time in 22 years ... Texas A&M is in the final for the ninth time in 10 years ... Purdue qualifies for the final for the first time since 1984 (eighth in the Mile relay) ... Florida State makes the final for the first time since 2007.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

WEATHER

11:00 am ­­ Sunny, 69 degrees, winds: N 7 mph, Dewpoint: 42 (very dry)
4:00 pm (track start) ­­ Sunny, 81 degrees, winds: N 7 mph. Dewpoint: 49 (very dry)
7:00 pm (men’s 10k start) ­­ Fair and pleasant, 79 degrees, winds: NNE 9 mph: Dewpoint: 50 (dry)

ATTENDANCE: 9,627
TEAM SCORES (after day 1. 6 of 21 events)
MEN: Oregon 34, Florida 16, Southern California 15, Akron/Buffalo 10 COMPLETED FINAL EVENTS
Men’s Hammer (1:30pm)
FINAL RESULTS

1. Conor McCullough (SR), Southern California, 76.91/252­4 [AmL, CL] 71.14, 74.21, 76.91, 74.11, f, 73.97

2. Matthias Tayala (SR), Kent State, 71.56/234­9 [SB] 3. Greg Skipper (JR), Oregon, 71.25/233­9 [SB]

McCullough entered finals leading by more than 17 feet ahead of defending champ Tayala ... McCullough improved his seventh­place mark on the all­time collegiate list and is now the No. 5 performer in meet history with the best winning mark since 2002 ... McCullough wins his first national outdoor title and, for USC, its sixth title and first since 1997 (Bengt Johansson), tying Virginia Tech and SMU for most crowns by a school in the event ... USC has placed in the event’s top five in four­of­the­last­six years and second in 2013 (Reny Conaster) ...

NCAA indoor weight throw champ and third­place in the hammer in 2014, Michael Lihrman of Wisconsin did not advance to the finals.

 
 
 

Wednesday, June 10

 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Men’s Pole Vault (4:00pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Shawn Barber (JR), Akron, 5.60/18­41⁄2

  2. Pauls Pujats (SR), Memphis, 5.55/18­21⁄2 [PR]

  3. Dylan Duvio (SO), Stanford, 5.50/18­1⁄2

Barber completed the indoor­outdoor sweep of titles, becoming the first to do so since Washington’s Scott Roth (2011) ... Barber’s win moves him to 231⁄2 career points in the event with one year to go (tied 3rd in 2013, 2nd in 2014) ... next year Barber, with a defense of this title would become the all­time leader in points (Dave Roberts, Rice, 33, 1970­1973) ... Barber is Akron’s first winner of the outdoor pole vault.

Barber needed third­attempt clear for 5.40/17­81⁄2 ... Pujats entered meet with 32nd­best mark this season (5.30/17­41⁄2) and finished fifth at the The American Conference Championships

Men’s Javelin (5:00pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Sam Crouser (SR), Oregon, 79.19/259­9 70.16, f, 78.15, 71.65, 79.19, 69.88

  2. John Ampomah (JR), Middle Tennessee, 77.13/253­0

  3. Curtis Thompson (FR), Mississippi State, 75.42/247­5

Crouser defends title and is the first back­to­back winner since Illinois State’s Tim Glover (2011, 2012) ... Crouser wins the Ducks’ ninth title all­time in the event, the most of any school ... Crouser had a huge toe foul in round two, estimated to land around the 82­meter mark. ... Crouser finishes his career with 25 points, tying for fifth all­time (30).

Men’s Long Jump (5:15pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Marquis Dendy (SR), Florida, 8.43w/27­8 (2.3) 8.00w,f,8.43w,8.27 8.34,f

  2. Jarrion Lawson (JR), Arkansas, 8.34/27­41⁄2 (0.2) [PR]

  3. Roelf Pienaar (SO), Arkansas State, 8.01/26­31⁄2 (1.6) [PR]

Dendy defends his 2014 title, becoming first back­to­back long jump outdoor champ since Florida State’s Ngoni Makusha (2008, 2009) ... Dendy is also the first to sweep indoor and outdoor long jump titles since Makusha in 2011 (Makusha won The Bowerman that year after also winning the 100 meters) ... Dendy will attempt to become the first back­to­back LJ­TJ outdoor winner since Arkansas’ Robert Howard (1997, 1998) on Friday.

Dendy’s 8.43w (2.3) in round three was the best all­conditions jump in the NCAA meet since 1993 (Walder’s meet­record, 8.53) and No. 4 in meet history overall ... Dendy is now the No. 2 all­conditions performer in meet history.

Pienaar’s finish is Arkansas State’s best showing in any men’s event since 1990 (Kelly Riley, 2nd, pole vault).

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

First time event was contested with two flights running simultaneous and finalists held to same runway used in trial attempts (Dendy on west pit, Lawson on east pit)

Men’s Shot Put (5:30pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Jonathan Jones (SR), Buffalo, 20.78/68­21⁄4 [school­record,, PR] 20.31, 20.78, f, f, f, 20.57 (wins on second­best mark)

  2. Darrell Hill (SR), Penn State, 20.78/68­21⁄4 19.77, 20.20, 20.78, 20.27, f, 19.93

  3. Stipe Zunic, Florida, 20.30/66­71⁄4

Jones is Buffalo’s first NCAA champion in outdoor track & field ... Jones’ fourth­place showing in 2013 was the school’s previous best men’s finish in any event. ... first time in meet history the winner and runner­up tied for best mark. The previous­closest event finish was in 1955 when Kansas’ Bill Nieder won by a quarter­inch.

Florida’s Zunic was the indoor champion ... defending champion Ryan Crouser of Texas finished fifth and finished career with 24 points in the event. ... Texas has scored in the event for six­straight years.

Men’s 10,000 Meters (7:03pm) FINAL RESULTS

  1. Edward Cheserek (SO), Oregon, 28:58.92

  2. Erik Jenkins (SR), Oregon, 28:59.13

  3. Jason Witt (SR), BYU, 29:04.58

First 1­2 finish by a school in the event since 2003 (Arkansas’ Daniel Lincoln and Alistair Cragg) ... Cheserek is first back­to­back winner since Texas A&M­Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (2007, 2008) and gives the Ducks its third title in the event all­time, all coming since 2009.

MEN’S SEMIFINALS

4x100 Relay (4:00pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​TCU won heat 1 in 38.65 as top qualifier, Arkansas auto quals in 38.78 ... defending champ Florida wins heat 2 in 38.91, LSU 38.92 auto quals ... Texas A&M wins heat 3 in 39.11, Illinois auto quals in 39.39; Houston was DQed in first exchange; UL­Lafayette DNF... time quals by USC and Alabama. ... LSU qualifies for the final for the 11th­straight year, the longest active streak.

1500 Meters (4:20pm) [5+2 advance, 2 heats of 12]: ​Heat 1 ­ 400m in 63, 800m in 2:06, Washington’s Yorks fell shortly after the bell; heat winner was Air Force’s Zach Perkins, 3:45.63 ... Heat 2 ­ 400m in 60.2 (Soratos), 800m in 1:56.96 (Soratos), bell at 2:41 (Soratos); heat winner was David Elliott of Boise State, 3:40.44, Oregon went 2­3 (Haney­Gregorek) ... Oregon advances three to the final. ... UPDATED: Umpire’s inquiry prompted referee’s review of heat 1, and as a result Wisconsin’s Joe Hardy was DQed and Washington’s Yorks was advanced to the final.

Steeplechase (4:52pm) [5+2 advance, 2 heats of 12]: ​Heat 1 ­ UTEP’s Anthony Rotich wins heat in 8:40.52 ... Heat 2 ­ Arkansas’ Kebenei wins in 8:42.07.

110 Meter Hurdles (5:18pm? [2+2 advance, 3 heats]): ​Heat 1 ­ Arkansas’ Omar McLeod wins in 13.08w (2.6), ​No. 3 all­conditions performance in collegiate history and No. 2 all­conditions performance in meet history​; also

 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

Best since Renaldo Nehemiah’s collegiate record (13.00) in 1979 ... Heat 2 ­ Clemson’s Justin Johnson wins in 13.52 (1.1) ... Heat 3 ­ Texas’ Dunkerly­Offor wins in 13.58 ...

Updated collegiate all­time 110 meter hurdles list, all­conditions 12.91w (3.5), Renaldo Nehemiah, Maryland, 12.91w (3.5), 1979 NCAA 13.00 (0.9), Nehemiah, May 1979 [collegiate record]
13.08w (2.6), Omar McLeod, Arkansas, 2015 NCAA semis

100 Meters (5:34pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Baylor’s Trayvon Bromell wins in 9.90 (CL), ​No. 2 performance in collegiate history and No. 2 in meet history​; USC’s Andre De Grasse 2nd in 9.98; Arkansas’ Jarrion Lawson sets new school record, 10.04 with at­large qual; John Teeters of Oklahoma State DNS ... Heat 2 ­ Texas’ Senoy­Jay Givens wins in new PR and school record 10.03 (0.9); Alabama’s Cameron Hudson DNS ... Heat 3 ­ TCU’s Kolby Listenbee wins in PR 10.04; Florida State’s Kendal Williams 2nd.

Updated collegiate all­time 100 meters list
9.89, Ngoni Makusha, Florida State, 2011 NCAA 9.90, Trayvon Bromell, Baylor, 2015 NCAA semis

400 Meters (5:47pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Florida’s Najee Glass won in 45.49; North Carolina’s Ways 2nd 45.49 ... Heat 2 ­ Texas A&M’s Deon Lendore wins in 45.43; Illinois’ DJ Zahn 2nd in 45.87; Texas A&M’s Taplin was in second position until fading in the last 30 meters ... Heat 3 ­ LSU’s Vernon Norwood wins in 45.42; Oregon’s Marcus Chambers 2nd in 45.43 .... Florida keeps longest active streak alive, now nine­years straight with a finalist in the event. ... three finalists from 2014 return for Friday’s final ­­ Lendore (champ), Norwood (3rd), Glass (5th).

800 Meters (5:54pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ 400m in 51.62; Edward Kemboi of Iowa State wins in 1:45.58 ​second­fastest qualifying time in meet history (Robby Andrews, Virginia, 2010, 1:45.54)​; Penn State’s Kidder 1:45.95 2nd ... Heat 2 ­ 400m in 53.30; Binghamton's Jesse Garn win in 1:47.68; Florida’s Arroyo 2nd in 1:48.08 ... Heat 3 ­ 400m in 51.79; Mississippi State’s Brandon McBride wins in 1:47.28; Akron’s Clayton Murphy 2nd in 1:47.29.

400 Meter Hurdles (6:25pm?) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ Boise State’s Jordin Andrade won in 49.67; South Carolina’s Jussi Kanervo 50.28 2nd .. Heat 2 ­ Florida’s Eric Futch won in 49.63; LSU’s Quincy Downing 2nd in 49.64 ... Heat 3 ­ Kansas’ Michael Stigler wins in 48.88; Illinois’ David Kendziera 2nd in 49.64.​.. Jussi Kanervo becomes South Carolina’s first All­American in the event since 2010, when Johnny Dutch won the national title. The sophomore finished 21st in the event at nationals last season.

200 Meters (6:48pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]: ​Heat 1 ­ USC’s Andre De Grasse wins in 20.09 (1.7); LSU’s Ernest 2nd in 20.35 ... Heat 2 ­ Florida’s Dedric Dukes wins in 20.03 (1.8); LSU’s Acy 20.17 ... Heat 3 ­ Baylor’s Trayvon Bromell won 20.03 (2.0); Clemson’s Tevin Hester 2nd in 20.14. ... ​Bromell and Dukes’ times are the fastest in meet history since 2005 and are equal to No. 6 in meet history.​... Bromell, Hester, and Florida State’s Kendall Williams, qualify for both 100­meter and 200­meter final.

4x400 Relay (7:28pm) [2+2 advance, 3 heats]:​Heat 1 ­ Florida wins in 3:04.11; BYU 3:04.94 for 2nd ... Heat 2 ­ Texas A&M wins in 3:05.21; Illinois 2nd in 3:05.63 ... Heat 3 ­ LSU wins in 3:04.73; Ohio State 2nd in 3:05.73; Texas Tech DNF after injury suffered by third­leg on final turn. ... time quals went to Mississippi State and Arkansas ... SEC moved five to the final ... only the second time in 36 years that Baylor did not make the final.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

EVENTS IN PROGRESS
Women’s Heptathlon
Reigning Champion: Georgia’s Kendell Williams

Event winners
100 Meter Hurdles ­­ Kendell Williams, Georgia, 13.08 (1.0) [1112]

after 1 event: Williams 1112, Akela Jones (Kansas State) 1109, Erica Bougard (Mississippi State) 1006 High Jump ­­ Akela Jones, Kansas State / Erica Bougard, Mississippi State, 1.84/6­1⁄2 [1029]

after 2 events: Jones 2138, Bougard 2135, Williams 2103 Shot Put ­­ Akela Jones, Kansas State, 14.85 [851] (PR)

after 3 events: Jones 2989, Williams 2791, Bougard 2697, Chapman 2697 200 Meters ­­ Nikki Larch­Miller, Wichita State, 23.36w (3.2) [1043]

after day 1: Jones 4023 [​COLLEGIATE RECORD DAY 1 SCORE​] (13.10, 1.84, 14.85 ,23.45w), Williams 3804, Chapman 3714, Bougard 3714

Only 2nd career heptathlon for ​Akela Jones​, in first heptathlon 4/10/15, scored 6049 points. ... Jones set a new day­one collegiate record, topping 3942 scored by UCLA’s Jackie Joyner in 1985.

Men’s Decathlon
Reigning Champion:​Georgia’s Maicel Uibo

Event winners
100 Meters ­­ Zach Taylor, Mississippi State, 10.66 (1.2) [938]

after 1 event: Taylor 938, Scott Filip (Rice) 919, Harrison Williams (Stanford) 899 ... Uibo 838 14th Long Jump ­­ Maicel Uibo, Georgia, 7.54/24­9 (1.4) [945] (PR)

after 2 events: Filip 1810, Tim Ehrhardt (Michigan State) 1783, Uibo 1783 ... Taylor 1768 5th Shot Put ­­ Pau Tonnesen, Arizona, 15.17/49­93⁄4 [800] (PR)

after 3 events: Tonnesen 2568, Uibo 2535, Garrett Scantling (Georgia) 2481 High Jump ­­ Maicel Uibo, Georgia, 2.14/7­1⁄4 [934]

after 4 events: Uibo, 3469, Tonnesen 3446, Stephen Soerens (Princeton) 3284 400 Meters ­­ Harrison Williams, Stanford, 47.16

after day 1: Tonnesen 4230, Uibo 4209 [Defending Champion], Filip 4176

Only third career decathlon for Mississippi State’s​Zach Taylor ​who ran the event’s fastest 100 meters ... NCAA indoor heptathlon ​Luca Wieland​(Minnesota) did not start the competition. .... Georgia’s ​Garrett Scantling​had two fouls before producing a legal jump on his final attempt. ... Arizona’s ​Pau Tonnesen’s​long jump mark of 24­7 (7.49m, +1.8 wind) is PR and decathlon single­event school record. He broke Derek Huff’s record of 24­2.25 (7.37m, wind­aided) set at the NCAA Championships in 1989. Huff went on to win the decathlon that year. ... Tonnesen’s 4,230 points after the first day is a school­record total. The previous best score in program history for the first day was 4,186, also set by Huff in 1989....... Markus Leemet (Lay­met) set a new personal best in the long jump, shot put and 400 on day one, and in the process set a new lifetime PR for day one of the decathlon.

 
 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13

 

2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships USTFCCCA FINAL SITE NOTES ­­ Eugene, Ore. ­­ June 10­13