we are in sunny hot Austin Texas on the campus of the University of Texas for our coverage of the men's final day of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships two white stones along with Dan O'Brien and Laura Overton bringing you the action from hot and steamy Austin it's actually not so steamy today 94 degrees yeah it's hot but the humidity is dropped from the 60s down to 39% so that should be a little bit of a help for these athletes who have been out here for now the third days straight between men and women but we are finally down to the finals as we get ready for the very first final on the track the 4 by 100 meter relay see the records they're set by Houston last year they did not advance their four by 100 team to these championships this year that could become a factor here in Austin we are looking particularly at Florida who will be starting in Lane five well the two studs for Florida will run the second and the third leg we'll see how teams Sahni Brown take that second leg duties and then grant haul away the hurdler will take that third leg there's the teammates in the order they will handle the baton they will be in Lane five two lanes outside of them Texas Tech the number one ranked team in the country overall they advanced seven to the finals total and they have got some good personnel as well Devine odor doer will take the second Lake duties there and he'll pass to Andrew Hudson divine odor Duru the favorite here in the 100 meters and 200 meters the second leg is always an area where you can put your best Runner and you'll see a lot of college teams construct their team with their best and fastest runners on that second Lake you get them upon early they hand it late they can run about almost 115 120 meters on their leg so all the pressure and all the eyes on Texas Tech because of their number one ranking both indoors and outdoors at the indoor NCAA Championships they end up fifth as a team but they are expected to be they are the favorites here and they expect to be chased by Houston all day long well we were all shocked to see those regional results where Houston didn't get through their four by one and that could definitely hunt them later in this meet just not as many scoring chances but Texas Tech they've got people qualified they've got they've got the most people in scoring positions Florida is going to be limited on the number and the amount of scoring they can do because they just don't fill up all the events quite like Texas Tech does so there is the leadoff runner for Florida Raymond a keV low and their outstanding sprinter from Japan Hakeem Sonny Brown will handle these second league duties as will divide Oh to do rule for Texas Tech they will go head to head on the backstretch from the inside it's Purdue Oregon and Florida State that Florida LSU Texas Tech and on the outside Arkansas and North Carolina A&T good pass for the Red Raiders no they dropped the baton oh my gosh [Applause] Tech out of the four by one that changes everything nears groundhog away from Florida and inside that Florida State moving well as well as Oregon no tech I've got the wrong uniform for tech but here is Florida Florida and Ryan Clark is going to win the four by 100 Texas Tech ended up in third I thought they were in black uniforms my mistake and that time breaks Houston's record set last year TCU had that record for ever Houston breaks it last year and now it belongs to Florida well that was Florida State on the inside who dropped the baton there here's a second exchange you see Florida on the inside Hakeem Sahni Brown to grant Holloway quick exchange there soon as they get it passed into the exchange zone boom grant Holloway's got it and he runs a spectacular third leg and it's all Ryan Clark from there great pass from Holloway to Ryan Clark and the first collegiate team to ever break 38 seconds the Florida Gators 37 97 season best for every other team Wow in this final look at those amazing times 3808 gets you second that is incredible 38:17 the former record by the University of Houston an incredible first race to start off these championships Florida with ten points tech will get six for that third place finish and we go downstairs the victorious team and Lara Overton Ryan you got the stick in great position off of a strong third leg how confident were you on that anchor like to bring home a title good I got the best three legs before me and then once I knew grant came around the corner I knew there's gonna be something special today so we've got Raymond as well Raymond come on in here how important was it to set the tone for the day and get this very first title to get the ball rolling for the Gators in search of another team championship we've been working for this day we working really hard and you know I just feel excited now come true come true with this championship started off with this winning for the rest of the athletes good congratulations to the Gators well that's a great way to start things a first collegiate team under 38 seconds to the 4 by 100 meter relay that I'll tell you what kind of speed you can expect today on this track we'll take our first break but coming up the men's 1,500 meters Oliver or of Wisconsin looked to defend his title when we returned to Austin in the 2019 NCAA track and field championships the NCAA men's and women's track and field Outdoor Championships is brought to you by Liberty Mutual Insurance only pay for what you need tomorrow night in Reno Nevada WBO featherweight champ Oscar Valdez defenses built for the sixth time against undefeated Jason Sanchez in our top ranked boxing main event at 10:00 Eastern 7:00 Pacific on ESPN and ESPN Deportes you can strain the other cards on ESPN Plus in English and Spanish starting at 6:30 Eastern 3:30 Pacific all right time to go behind our broadcast position for a little men's hammer throw in the men's hammer this is Virginia senior Hill Martin Johnson of Iceland fifth attempt of the competition they throw this implement behind the stadium right behind our position he won the ACC Outdoor Championships just a few weeks ago and was 11th at this meet last year but steps up nicely with a 240 foot 6 inch heave and that got him third placed in the competition let Deuter above Kansas and Belarus the junior big 12 outdoor champion this is his thirst a third attempt they also won the indoor weight competition 12th year last year but puts it together on round number 342 feet 5 inches that was good enough for second word and here is your winner from Kennesaw State the transfer from Alabama a senior Daniel Hoffman on his fifth row of the competition he just edges out Deuter ever out to 244 feet 10 inches he's the electic son outdoor champion he was second here at Texas relays just a couple of months ago fifth at this meet last year so he wins it with 244 feet 10 inches and 10 points for kennesaw state off the winner due to revs second and you'll send third alright next event on the track 15-hundred meter final as we look at the men's team standings going into that race Mississippi State all 24 of those points were scored in the javelin they went 1 2 3 Georgia second BYU third but it's early lots of events left to go as we get ready for that 1500 meters Josh Kerr set that collegiate record last year Sydney Murray still has the meet record and Oliver or a Wisconsin who was the defending champion right there on your screen is the best in the country this junior from Wisconsin felt validated after winning the NCAA title last year winning that title it definitely gave me perspective that hey I can I can be up there with him I can be one of the best and it was an exciting point where I think for my training and for my coaches we kind of saw that as a way in which like now the real challenge begins and it's to continue on that that journey and to keep you know training hard and staying up with these very talented athletes and you know playing well I've been doing well he decided to keep the beard he said he and Morgan McDonald both talked about cutting their beards here before the finals and they said no it's been good luck all season long and there's somebody I think who's going to give all of her heart a little bit of difficulties that yard and the goose he anchored the Irish to an NCAA Indoor Championship in the DMR and in this race as well not to be forgotten in the burnt orange on the outside Whirley from Texas in the faithful will have their hopes up high as this race goes on a lot of pressure on that young man a blue chip recruit they got here and edrick Floreal took him over when he took over the head coaching position here this year workhorse already just a sophomore expecting a lot from him I got a chance to talk to assistant coach Gavin Kennedy yesterday and I wanted to know a little bit about the strategy that Oliver horn was gonna go into and he move it really give me any strategy but he said you know at this level you expect these athletes just to go by what they feel but all of her is one of those guys Dwight who likes to stay up front stay out of trouble and be in the right position to kick I've rarely ever seen him in the middle of the Packer in the back of the pack two favorites up front the defending champion Aurora of Wisconsin and Yarra new goose also a sophomore from Notre Dame they went through it 58 seconds the first 400 a very honest pace for a championship race and they're on the inside with the Sun Devil uniform yellow top maroon bottoms that's William Paulson he was your pac-12 champion he was fifth indoors the Princeton transfer he's going to be back to Arizona State next year goose now into the lead and/or fine with that we'll see how much he loves us down I think you can see the pack is bunching up never so slightly not quite as fast as the opening 400 my yard new goose didn't have a huge outdoor season he only ran a handful of times between the indoor season and actually he probably ran more in the last couple of weeks at the regional meet and the in the national championships here that he did all the spring season so he has got to be pretty fresh this season it's Justin Kim for teach at Michigan State and kind of stalking on the outside I'm not settling what early part of lane – and that was a 63 3 second lapse of things significantly slowed down to a 1/3 for the 800s form of who are used to seeing at this level key portage on the outside he beat Oliver whore at the half those Big Ten championship surprised him just went all he didn't have an answer for it he's just a little bit of a sneaky runner but he was runner-up – Josh Kerr in 2017 at these championships lots of athletes in position to make a move affect the entire field Cameron Griffin of Arkansas they're tall runner with the number 10 on his hip there on the inside of the back of the pack coming to the Bell lots of fireworks left to happen here I'm Sam Worley about three-quarters back of the pack keep your eye on tell him Frank o from BYU and also Casey comer from Villanova is up there give her church all the way out in Lane three trying to stay out of trouble or back into the lead but not really because he isn't dropping in he and a goose right there stride for stride there is tipper touch on the outside of more now in the goose drops back that was a sixty point one second laughs but now the Sprint is on look at Cameron Griffith making a move from about ten he's working his way through the pack that's the way we've seen him do it his whole career at Arkansas hypnotist now with a head of steam in the front Cameron griffith trying to make a move on the outside or does not have an answer but niggas does Yared the goose trying to catch Kip protects and he may have done it right there at the line yard new goose of Notre Dame taking the inside track right next to the curb may have snuck up and caught Justin Kimbra touch Michigan State yes the goose is your winner well that was a very strange last 120 meters of that race a lot of action happening well this looked like it was going to pan out and be an exact replica of what happened at the Big Ten championship skipper tich gonna outkick all of her hoard of a line they winded things up about 150 William Paulson is still there in our yard Nick goose nobody saw him on the inside he went by everybody in what a season four yard in two groups he doesn't from the individual mile at the NCAA Indoor Championships saves himself they win a national title in the DMR and here outdoors he runs sparingly wins an ACC title gets through in the regional qualifying and comes away with a national title for big Notre Dame Irish they get the same time they were just separated by thousands of a second including three thousandth of a second Cameron Griffith a bargain saw did run all the way up to third the defending champion back to fourth the winner downstairs with Laura yer a fight to the finish walked me through that final 100 meters of this race and how you were able to capture that time yeah I was definitely a little worried getting to the hundred I I braced against something I've raced against some of these guys and they're they're amazing runners so I knew I just had to like dip down and I went back to thinking about like the reason I run and that's like for all my guys at home we couldn't be here today and I'm always out here doing it for my team and I think they really pulled me through today how strong did you feel in your closing kick knocking off the defending champion in the ma in the 1500 I felt pretty strongly definitely was one of the hardest things I've done in a really really long time it was worth it I'm really happy that I was got the opportunity to do it congratulations enjoy that victory laughs all right so those tactics sometimes work sometimes they don't work but today they did by 3:1 thousands of a second a champion is it Notre Dame we step aside for a couple but next up the men's 3,000 meter steeplechase water Chups barriers physical challenges like no other race on the track as we continue from Austin Texas [Applause] lots of scenic surround the City of Austin is's Lady Bird Lake a lot of infrastructure going up in this city the capital city of Texas we talk a lot about the points that we will continue to do so because we're tracking those closely and trying to see who will be our team champion 21 minutes and women's events 12 running eight field and of course you have the multi events and the breakdown is that you get some premium points for first and second ten and eight and then six down to eight it's six five four three two one and let me tell you very important fifth sixth and seventh place points will win this championship so let's take a look at the standings after nine events Mississippi State continuing to lead off the strength of that sweep in the javelin Georgia just to back then BYU on the strength of their 10,000 meter race where they went 1 3 4 and you can see it's still very very tight but a lot of running jumping and throwing left to go today hello everyone Dwight stones along with Dan O'Brien and in the 25 plus years I've been covering this particular competition it's always been about the teams we're always following very closely about what's going on with a team score and never has it been more important than this year but you have to have great individuals to have great teams and we've got that in spades here in Austin while Texas Tech comes in as the number one ranked team in the country they were number one ranked last year and they didn't get it done but this year they put their hopes in Devine ohto do two-time NCAA champion and he is the favorite here in the 100 and 200 meters will certainly will certainly see if he can handle the pressure this year he didn't get through in 100 meters last year he comes back to win the 200 and he has been stellar ever since every time they've asked him to do something great this year he's come through I think everybody in this stadium is looking forward to the showdown in the next event the 110 meter hurdles an epic clash between two-time defending champion grant Holloway two junior from Florida and up-and-coming Daniel Roberts from Kentucky who has really come into his own in the last month including an incredible time in the semi finals well this rivalry has been great for the sport of track and field but also great for the event and if you ask past champions and coaches recent coaches right now they will say this is the finest hurdle class that the NCAA has ever produced and you know speaking of rivalries we can't leave out the distance runners Morgan McDonald in the 5k will go against grant Fisher for the fourth time this year Morgan McDonald will be going for his fourth NCAA championship and for more perspective on these championships including the conditions down on the infield let's go to the third member of our broadcast team Lera Overton white and Dan the heat not only coming in the form of these Texas temperatures which are up to 94 degrees down here on track today and trust me it feels every bit of it but also in some blazing performance is already in the first two days of the men's competition headlined by three different NCAA meet records and Kentucky's Daniel Roberts in the 110 hurdles the second fastest collegiate all-time and so far the fastest in that event in the world so far this year South Dakota's Chris Nilson defending his pole-vault title and setting an NC double-a meet record in the process Anderson Peters shattering his own NCAA championship meet record and route to another javelin title so this track producing just scorching performances already and expect much more of it as the competition heats up today alright Laura thanks for that I got a little ahead of myself we have the steeplechase final it's still yet to run before to get to that amazing 110-meter hurdler ace with Raval anticipating Henry Ramos still holds the collegiate record and the meet record in the steeplechase Ryan Smeaton who is in this final has the best time in the Munks collegians this year and here is obsolete the senior from Minnesota Hobbes ollie kind of a surprise winner last year he said he's felt a little bit of the pressure coming in here this year as the favorite but he just tries to say compose and tries to just take it easy I've talked to quite a few distance coaches over the last week or so and they think this is one of those races that could be really hot it could take 830 or better to win not a lot of guys with an 8:30 personal best for seasonal best that come into this race BYU has loaded up on this field and they are riding high from a 10,000 meter victory and an onslaught of Cougars in that in that race last night so keep an eye on those white uniforms as well even though the Sun is set behind the football stadium there's a shadow on the track it's still very hot out there and maybe not the most conducive environment for steeplechasing but they do have that water jump that they did get get to go over seven times during this race so that might help to cool em off a little bit well up front right now for the BYU Cougars that's Matt Owens and he is the fastest of all the Cougars on that squad he was six at last year's championships no less than for BYU runners in this final they had six in the 10,000 meters which means they qualified half the regional field you only get 12 they get through regionals they had half of the field in the 10,000 meters snow up there on his shoulder that's Alec Rogers Alex Rogers from Texas University of Texas we saw him write a couple events here at the Texas relays and he had a real good qualifying and he looks to just be keeping pace up there right now well getting back to our returning champ obsolete wrote to Minnesota may have been unconventional but it's been a rewarding one I was born and raised in Ethiopia my mom gave birth to me and then she moved to the United States she was in a refugee camp for about five months before coming over the u.s. by herself so I didn't get to see my mom till I was about 12 years old I came here in 2007 I grew up with my grandma back home yeah I came here in the towards the end of sixth sixth grade English language so I had to learn everything from the school system and now I'm graduating with two degrees and running at the University of Minnesota and it's but it's been an amazing ride well quite quite a road as you mentioned if we mentioned and he is the defending champion and the pace is going out pretty not pedestrian necessarily but you're not exactly blistering he's got himself right in the middle of the pack make it certainly has enough room to run and prepare for these barrier clearances but the real running has not begun yet well there goes that 830 that I talked about early on Matt Owens continues to be your leader collie just you look at the guys in the middle of a package just doesn't look like they're even going very fast and I know in these in these hot conditions a lot of the distance races they double they didn't want to go out very hard very hard in those qualifying rounds so we saw a lot we saw a lot of groups just buying and waiting and kicking for those five automatic positions so it is Matt owns of BYU currently in the lead Alex Rodgers for Texas is right there as well absolutely the defending champion in the middle of the pack with four and a half laps we made later on the track Florida Junior grant Holloway already the owner of six individual NCAA titles comes back trying to make it three in a row and Florida's team titles will really revolve around grant Holloway who seems to be running his best turtle races here at the end of the season Texas A&M 800-meter phenom Devon Dixon can also get it done as part of their 4 by 400 relay and believe it or not Dwight the best 800 meter run in the country has yet to win an individual title in his best event yeah we've seen him run a couple of very strange races at the national level maybe gets it together here and finally divine odor Duru texas text everything spread mad their teen title hopes riding on him oh he's got to feel the heavy weight behind that number one ranked Texas Tech team but he seems to come through every year stumble a little bit the 100 meters but comes back and wins the 200 and not only did he run well I think he's got his dance steps down pretty well he gave us the moment of the championships in the post race celebration so back to the steeplechase with a little more than three laps remaining about three a half laps remaining going over the water jump once again and nothing has really changed they're projecting an 850 winning time and pretty much all the players in the same order they were when we went to that piece Matt Owens continuing to set the pace from the beginning that is not particularly blistering Alex Rogers for Texas's there bailey roth of the University of Arizona and Indiana's Dan Hill matowski all right there and Loeb solidly happy to stay out of trouble running on the outside of lane one making certain he has the room he needs to crew to clear those barriers and stay out of trouble so let's check downstairs with Lara again about these conditions she's down on the infield she's gonna feel it a whole lot more than we do well dry you mentioned just a couple minutes ago that the Sun has dropped back behind the football stadium it's cooled things down you know it's down to 90 down here on the track so no sweat at all there are a number of methods that the teams have utilized here throughout the week in Austin to combat the heat this is one of them this is advice that you would dump soaked in a cooler of ice water these are gel pouches that are here inside that would help keep that core body temperature down what an athlete would do is put this on during his or her warm-up drills and they would go out for their warm up particularly visit the distance athletes 15-20 minutes come back put it on for another 15 minutes or so as they go into the staging area to really gonna limit the taxing that this heat is taking on their bodies before they even step out on the track for competition and you know it's right I borrowed this one from Furman I'm not so sure I'm giving it back I feel quite cool down here anything you can do to keep stay cool all right but come out with two laps remaining and now up Sally has taken the lead and really sharing it with Ryan's feet in the Oklahoma State sophomore that Owens has dropped back to fourth place and Daniel Bukowski of Indiana is right up there in third well Ryan Smeaton had it just an incredible close to his season Dwight he improved from 841 to 827 just in the last four weeks of the season he ran that incredible time he beat obser at the paint and jordan invitational at stanford running 827 he beat up two by three full seconds Sam somehow dropping back a little bit back in the third fourth position [Applause] speaking out dictating the pace all the athletes starting to jockey for position with about a lap and have to go out onto lead for about five and a half laps now continuing to drop back about sixth and now we see for the first time keegan samadhi of middle tennessee state has worked himself into position as has Steven Fahey of Stanford here comes the bell lap with Mycoskie now in the lead well Steven Fahey said it after he qualified he said that the conditions weren't a factor at all for him he was ready to run a good race but he didn't have a he didn't have a full season because of injuries but he feels really good now absoultely now making a move again he's been to third place but a child is now in a pretty good sprint he may have another dear left BAE he is right there dogging him of Zahle really not making any dent in that lead with just two hundred-plus meters remaining in this race it is all Mycoskie and Fahey and Fay he's the one that looks more full of Rod let's see how they navigate this water job oh there go Bukowski and they he now catapulted into the lead of Sally and second Petoskey has gotten back up and he's in third but Fahey gets all he falls over the final barrier gets himself up and continues running but he's gonna stop from start from a dead stop and now it is Ryan's meet and trying to catch matowski but he got himself together excuse me Fang he fade got himself together and was able to win it anyway what a gutty run by this Stanford senior he wasn't about to be denied it was the last time he would be able to run this race at this meat and he wasn't gonna let a little miscue on the final barrier stop him so the leaders really had a tough time this last hundred and fifty meters there's makovski when you're trying to when you're trying to navigate that last water jump you're running twice as fast as you had for the entire race and you're completely tired and here's fay he just catches a toe oh and because he's wet he slipper he bounced just bounces right back up but you see he's over with the top from his lead leg excuse me he catches his trail leg and down he goes but he had such a big lead he was accelerating off that water jump he could manage to get up and finish so Fay he gets up off the final barrier when zipped Smeaton in second and then very close for third between Jamaa T and oats alley it is ch Ahmadi that ends up getting the third place position the defending champion drops all the way down to fourth and if he's had the chance to compose himself the winner is downstairs with Laura Stephan who had that lead going over the final barrier clipped it how are you able to work her recover um I felt really strong throughout the last lap I don't know exactly what happened but uh yeah I just like kind of fell my knee hit the back barrier but I still felt like I had a full head of steam and I was luckily able to get up quickly enough and finish it off knowing that this was your last opportunity to compete in an NCAA Championship how much were you just not gonna let anything stand in your way of capturing this title oh I mean I think that you know the big thing is this really wasn't about me you know it was about all the boys back home and you know just kind of really trying to show you know all the young guys on our team all the Connor lanes and clay Mendes Chuck Perry that you know it's really a five year process and like you know if you keep putting in the purposeful effort every day over the course of five years like this is where you could get what congratulations enjoyed this title I just want to say the boys back home huh as of yesterday we got that graduate admission so we might be coming back for a sixty-year crust nc a decision I love you guys Dwight and Dan wow that was a bizarre race but Stephen Fahey and the presence of mine to get up off that last barrier and finish strong here are the team standings with Mississippi State still in first Georgia and second that BYU got some points in that steeplechase so they move up to a tie for second place but still 11 events remaining a long way to go until we crown the team title well in one of the first field events of these championships it was the big boys and to get everybody started it was a sophomore from Arizona this is his third attempt Jordan Geist he's your pac-12 outdoor champion he was fifth last year at these Championships and his third attempt he goes out to 66 seven and three-quarters and this is the mr. everything for the University of Georgia and last year's last year's outdoor champion Denzel Coleman India on the fourth attempt he goes out to 68 1 and 3/4 that was good for second place but it was drip peppery bringing it home for the Texas faithful on his second round he goes just under 70 feet 69 feet three and a quarter for a new personal best he was second at the Texas relays he was second at the NCAA indoors and now he's got an outdoor title to go with it 69 three and a quarter coming in she was second and Geist was third we'll take a timeout but up next Florida's grant Holloway the NCAA defending champion in the men's 110 meter hurdles tomorrow UFC 238 for the United Center in Chicago say who de Moura is for the vacant bantamweight title and Valentina Shevchenko defends her flyweight belt against Jessica I in the co-main events on pay-per-view to order the main card go to espn.com slashed PPV ESPN and ESPN Deportes will have the prelims starting at 8 Eastern 5 Pacific now here's the race where that we have been talking about the most anticipated head-to-head battle on the track today the collegiate record of the 110 hurdles still held by Reynaldo Nehemiah it is now 40 years old the meet record held by Daniel Roberts he said two days ago in the semi finals let's go back to those semifinal races and Daniel Roberts Dan O'Brien he hardly even looked like he was moving well he got a great start in this semifinal what he says he does very very well is just get those feet back down on the ground but what I love about his technique is he anticipates the hurdle in front of him and he almost puts his lead arm out too early is that early anticipation that has been so successful for him and grant Holloway a perfect form of a herd link his head and shoulders are right above those feet he's got super long legs he rarely ever hits a hurdle although he did in the SEC Championship and he ran a really solid race but Daniel Roberts was just absolutely fantastic in that semifinal Roberts's time was a second greatest performance by collegian all-time but the Florida junior grand Holloway remember he's the twice defending champion he went over that loss at the SEC and understands what he needs to do differently I didn't execute anything you know out of the blocks I wasn't I was I didn't bring those feet out of the blocks I didn't do anything between the hurdles my hands are too high like it was just certain in every area I did something like majorly wrong so you know it's not even really about Daniel it's my lane my space and in order to you know be the person I want to be next year for Olympics is um it starts now so I got to be able to execute on my level well if he corrects those things it's gonna be a heck of a race if the SCC's they were stride for stride the second half of the race Roberts just had the more momentum coming off the final hurdle and 1307 there ran 1306 month Wednesday it's the second best performance ever only Nehemiah's 13 flat is a better performance amongst collegians and he has that 1307 from the SEC me four weeks ago he is in the zone he has hit his stride at the exact right time well and I think it really came together for him late in the indoor season when he began just keeping up with Grant and then all of a sudden at the NCAA Championships grant breaks the collegiate record but Daniel is still there and that confidence he took into the outdoor season and has just been running with so much confidence race after race after race but here in the finals grant needs to put Daniel Roberts away early he needs to use his superior sprint start and keep the pressure on Daniel the whole entire time Daniel was able to come from behind and beat grant at that SEC Championship what Rudd what Daniel needs to do though is just keep in contact with grant and if he can keep in contact with Grant he can in could hurtle just a little quicker over the last couple he has a chance Holloway and five Robertson six thanks doctor by even over the colonel Holloway starts to make the move its ground Holloway but here comes Daniel Roberts he's a good finisher he's pressing now it's Holloway it's Robertson Holloway wins three in a row $12.99 and the flags are straight down Reynaldo Nehemiah's 40-year old record has finally been broken [Applause] directed to 1298 with 0.8 m/s win well under the allowable and Daniel Roberts 13 right behind him Dwight Wow the greatest collegiate Myrtle race we have ever seen it gave us everything that we could possibly expect including now after the collegiate record in the 4 by 100 meter relay 10 more points for Florida well look at this start grant Holloway the 60 meter Indoor champion he gets a little bit of a lead on Daniel Robertson you Roberts hits the first hurdle pretty hard and this is what this is where you see how great a hurdler grant Holloway is he feels the pressure from Daniel Roberts and he doesn't do anything he doesn't press he doesn't try to go any faster he just runs his race and that's what takes him to the victory Rinaldo neomycin these guys need to stop talking about the record and just run races and the records will come you can see Roberts pressing but it did not take him out of his game and he ends up running 13 flat epic 110-meter hurdler ace at the NCAA Championships Holloway has been in two races two collegiate records grant just does not get off balance he does not get his shoulders turns he put his hands up well Daniel Roberts was diving to the line but just oh fantastic hurtling these two guys are going to be so instrumental in what the u.s. does in the next Olympic Games and World Championships Holloway with a collegiate record first collegiate ever under 13 seconds Daniel Roberts 13 flat in second Isaiah more forgotten basically in third at 13 37 and grant Holloway downstairs with Laura Overton and he said the first thing he had to do was go hug Daniel Roberts before you came over for the interview grant the collegiate record how are you able to put together just such a perfectly executed race Exodus for 14 14 14 says let the Lord fight for you all you got to do is remain calm that's what I did coming in at this meet today you know Katie cries there was a big part of this she told me just stay calm coach Holly told me stay calm because L'Oreal told me stay calm my father told me to stay calm and just be you what does this collegiate record mean to you speechless right now what do you mean to you everything mean they're gonna meet you grant three in a row what do you have to say about this performance that you've put together here at the NC double-a championships for your Florida Gators in search of another team title thank you congratulations grant we'll see you back on the track well it gave us everything we could possibly hope for a great epic duel between two excellent athletes a collegiate record and an equal of collegiate record lifetime bests and the future of American high hurdler and we still got a whole lot more left to go he's not done yet either he still got to stick around and run before by 400 relay which is what this team title might come down to more to come from Austin Sunday Night Baseball this week we have one of the top rivalries in baseball the Cardinals and Cubs play their series finale at the friendly confines our coverage begins at 6:00 Eastern on ESPN and the ESPN app with Baseball Tonight Sunday night countdown put a button on that last race Reynaldo Nehemiah just tweeted nice finally I had a good run yeah 40 years I'd say he had a good run great praise from the great one all right team standings with that win and ten points for Florida Florida now into the lead with 28 Mississippi State stays in second at Georgia at BYU currently tied for third ten events left to go he was placing a phone call to Renaldo Nehemiah we'll have to find out later here are the records the men's 100 meters is next Christian : setting that record two years ago and Devine Oded uru with the fastest time amongst collegians this year he is in this final we talked about Wednesday semi-finalists take a look at these two semifinals they were hot down over well it took 1002 to get through this is Mario Burke from from Houston his first time under 10 flat and he said it was just a matter of time for him to break that and then in the second heat it was Kentucky and sunny brown and divine odor Duru had had to run from behind to win that heat but just an absolutely tastic some of the fastest running we've seen all season long in the semifinals and there's divine odo Duru he needs to get a better start now if he wants to win here today but he's your collegiate leader 994 and he seems like he's holding up very very well under the pressure that the Texas Tech ranking is kind of put on him he just goes out there and run this is Mario Burke if Houston wants to have a chance at a team title they're gonna need a win from him but have they asked him afterwards what was it like to go under 10 flat and he said he figured he'd get it some time and very nonchalant answer and the three sprinters in the middle of the track are all part of teams that have a shot at the team title next to Mario Burke his florida's sophomore from Japan Hakeem Sonny Brown who at 996 wind-aided with divine Oda Duru on Wednesday so these guys all have the speed to bird that flags are straight down like they were for the hurdles let's see if we can have some more magic in this hundred Oh to do that much better today Trayvon Gillespie right there in the all yellow bars here comes to buy nada Dora in toto do room he's gonna win the front end of the double ten points for Texas Tech and the fastest time of the season 986 the same amount of windows the hurdles is 0.8 m/s that puts him second all times only to Christian Coleman who ran 982 for the collegiate rector two seasons ago and here comes the dance [Applause] we saw for the first time last year in Eugene when he won the 200 but it was all right from the start damn well he just got such a better start than he did in the semifinals he wasn't trying to run anybody down so when you get out front you can just hold your position and hold your posture when you're behind you're pressing to catch those guys in front of you great start by Kraven Gillespie and next to him I think that really didn't want that it did wonders to push to buy an order do to do but look at this arm action in that back and arm action just beautiful hip pockets exactly where those hands should be going without a question the last 20 meters was all divine that equals the fastest time run anywhere in the world this year 986 Travon Gillespie with an excellent time as well at 993 that's his lifetime best and Hakeem Sami Brown gets the Japanese national record it was 990 97 6 points for Florida but to all divine order to move in that hundred he gets ready for the 200 a little bit later Texas Tech's chances looking a lot better after that front end of the double divine order Duru getting it done the Red Raiders welcome back to Austin I am with your 100 meter champion Oh to do romantic chase him down to the opposite end of the track to get the interview he had all that momentum rolling forward you match the world's fastest time so far in that event this year take me through that race and just how well executed you were well I think I've taught over by one I just got myself ready my coach told me it was like don't be scared just go there and it's acute you've been running fast all year so you should just go and do what you've been doing all year and I think that is what I just got when I go to the book I just told myself go to your driver face and transy everything is going to be fine and I was patient to be driving and I rise up as I was ahead of everyone I just keep moving you have those 200-meter titles we're going to see you back on the track a little bit later how much does this fuel your effort then in the 200 meters for your team I think it's very good I'm just ready for the 200 and just see how it's gonna go and I hope for God for a better risotto so from the 200 we will see you back on the track congratulations that was nice of him to stick around cuz he does have that 200 meters to get ready for so here are the team standings after that hundred meters Florida with now a 10-point lead over Texas Tech but tech obviously improving their situation a lot with that 10 points from moto Duru they're now tied for second with Mississippi State and then Georgia and BYU tired tied for fourth let's take a look at the Bauman watch list I see the Heisman Trophy of track and field they will hand that out in December but here are the athletes on the men's side that are on that list that they're watching closely this season obviously coming to an end here in Austin some pretty good names on that we have seen throughout these last couple of days step aside from the track events and go look at some men's men's javelin well in the minutes javelin it was a repeat of the SEC Championships just a few weeks ago this is Tyreke Horsford the freshman from Mississippi State this is his third attempt it's to the point very nicely he was third at the SEC Outdoor Championships he'll finish third here with a throw of 248 feet even nice tall lanky guy nice long arms helps him here in the javelin this is Curtis Thompson your second-place finisher is a senior from Mississippi State on his first attempt he really got things going in the finals he was also second at the SEC Outdoor Championships he was your winner clear back in 2016 at these championships and he launches on his first attempt 257 three well everybody was waiting for Henderson Peters to come up he's your defending NCAA outdoor champion and third all-time farthest thrower in this event he's changed his run up a little bit he's gotten a little bit bigger this year he'll represent Grenada at the upcoming World Championships but he puts out just a monstrous throw you know what's big when the officials look up and get out of the way it lands so far out there but this was his third attempt 284 feet 2 inches he broke the meet record twice and Mississippi State will go 1-2-3 in the event and score 24 points the last time that happened at an NCAA Championship was Oregon in the 1500 meters clear back in 2010 the last time it happened in the javelin was in 1964 and again that was Oregon 24 points for Mississippi State would have gotten them 12th last time last year in the team title it's Jeff you down there in Starkville amazing 1 2 3 finish ok the men's 400 meters is the next on the track Michael Norman setting that record last year in Eugene just man 1970 yesterday in the 200 in Rome and there is Kumari Montgomery of Houston Boyd their hopes are really riding on him they've got to be pretty much perfect from here on out if they have want a chance at winning this team title right outside of him will be Trevor Stewart of Carolina amt welcome re Montgomery didn't run the 4×4 he did run the 200 and did not qualify but he didn't have to run a leg on the 4×4 because Houston is so strong in that 4 by 400 meter relay outside of kumari mount very scooting inside a Camaro Montgomery in Lane 3 will be obeying Bach away from Houston as well so how quickly will London of Baelor in the all grain of the Bears and a slow start for all be buckwheat you see Alejandro Zapata of Liberty always has those sunglasses on can't miss him keep your eye on lane six that's Trevor Stewart from North Carolina A&T the junior he just has such great rhythm great poise great tempo so it is Stewart first off to turn Montgomery chasing Stewart continuing to lead kumari eating into that leaf kumari montgomery come and he's got the momentum at the line it's montgomery kumari montgomery leaving it to the very last moment 44 23 the time but for Carl Lewis and Leroy Burrell more importantly the 10 points that they desperately needed out of their senior quarter minor who started at Missouri was a 60 meter indoor champion when he was at Missouri as a freshman now a staple of this Houston team for 100 meters to go it was all Trevor Stewart and he begin to tie up you see him glance up at the jumbotron a couple of different times don't look up there man look to the line but it was cut Kamara Montgomery who just had better for more relaxation and they both do a good job of running through the line but it was just Kamara Montgomery who had a little bit more at the end you can see Trevor Stewart just begin to tie up his arms get real short while all of Montgomery's forces are moving forward it's always better to be the guy chasing I've gotten used to the guy that's furthest from me oftentimes is the guy that's won the race I've called that one wrong a bunch of times komari Montgomery with the seventh fastest collegiate all-time the collegiate leader for 2019 and he bests revver stewart by just two one hundredths of a second but more importantly ten very important points including another 11 points for Houston OB o clock way in eighth place so that will really help Houston's chances a lot for their team title and we go downstairs to Laura welcome our you went down to the track you took a second before you looked up at the scoreboard what was your reaction when you saw after that photo finish that you captured the title god yeah I put a lot of effort in my training in practice and I just got that him out on top my knew that my stress is gonna be able to carry me through this meet and that's what I rely on so the first thing you did was hug your teammates how crucial was this event for your Houston team in this championship in terms of that team race of course we we're doubted because I thought about one went out after thought that we went out and do we have to do as a team congratulations enjoy that victory lap so an important we finished for Houston our crack statisticians had them first sixth and they got first and eighth so we'll watch that closely let's go back to Wednesday night's 10,000 meter final [Applause] history made by the BYU cougar distance staff they placed six out of six athletes in the 10,000 meters that's half the regional that they finished in and here in the final they are looking at big team points it was a hot steamy night and it was the youngsters from Coastal Carolina and the deal and Adrian wild Schultz that took this race out early but they could only maintain the lead for about a third of this race and his area kurwa of Liberty took over and then with about six laps remaining it was Connor McMillan that started the drive for the BYU Cougars talk about ability to use team tactics when you have one-fourth of the field you could pretty much control things well then we'll have to go there were seven guys who broke away one of the favorites Keegan from Alabama was there so was Hassan Abdi and the rest were white and blue it was just who had more left in the tank and it turns out it was Clayton young of BYU with a 55:8 last 400 meters and not only does he win it for the first time since his coat and ice don't doubled back in 1984-85 he let his teammates to a third and fourth fifth place finish 21 points for the Cougars in the 10,000 beams [Applause] [Applause] tonight after Game four of the NBA Finals on ABC and after our coverage here on the track its SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt on ESPN he'll have complete postgame coverage with team reports Plus Doris Burke and Steven a with their biggest takeaways and tips Legler breaks it all down SportsCenter with SVP on ESPN and the ESPN app all right let's get you caught up on the decathlon well the decathlon got underway in less than perfect conditions rainy as they start to tend events and it was the freshman from USC on the inside in that USC Gold taken the first event at 10:55 this is Aidan Owens he is your national leader coming into this meet 8130 points having a fantastic outdoor season he wins that for 963 points but it was a sophomore from Georgia who really started to spice things up here in the second event the tall one johannes herb he's on his first attempt he goes 25 for to not only win the event but to push himself into the lead and then he goes to another good event for him nice and tall you'll believe this standing next to this guy six foot four big broad shoulders doesn't get down in his legs very much but he does a really good job in his upper body and that shotput lining to throw up and it was a personal best for the Georgia sophomore forty-eight two-and-a-half and here in the 400 meters it was eight Owens who got the win it was Harrison Williams second trying to make a little bit of a move on Johan deserves but Johannes arm after first after the first day was your leader 4345 points tough day for those guys a little bit of delay from the weather but they managed to get through it on the start of day two beautiful conditions and it was Aiden knowing once again showing you his superior speed winning the hurdles but the big story was who got second in that race again johannes armed with a nice run 14:32 just ahead of Harrison Williams who would be pushing him this entire meet well just like the shotput the discus a good event for herm he had personal bests in all three throwing events and the 400 meters so for personal bests overall but this is his second attempt in the discus 145 feet 9 inches he pushes his lead out even farther and then in the then in the pole vault five meters is a good goal for any decathlete to have as a height it's not the prettiest Jeff you ever saw but he's over five meters on his first attempt 16 five and a quarter for 913 points you can fall high this is where you can really get the big points the ninth event follows the javelin this is an area that I always loved because you notice the Calphalon is coming to an end with you knew when you saw the javelin picked up the javelin you're like alright I'm almost done but here's Johanna's arm and this is his second attempt and another personal best 184 feet seven inches you see the look on his face not a lot of energy left there in that body but you got to figure out you got to figure out where to find some but everything on the line for this young man school record n-c-double-a championship qualifying for world championship and qualifying for the Olympic Games Johannes herb he just misses the school record he needed to run 431 for the school record but he comes away with the win and a lot of qualifying keeps Georgia relevant in the multi events and he had a chance to talk to Lera how special is this victory the multi events such a source of pride for the University of Georgia well Georgia has a well doing tradition and I'm here to keep it going I feel super supercalifragilisticexpialidocious congratulations on the championship thank you all right next event on the track the 800 meters here are the team standings Florida now with a 12 point lead over Texas Tech and Mississippi State Houston in fourth by themselves there is Devon Dixon the Texas A&M Junior officials have been very very tight on foot placement on the line and he's a classic frontrunner but he's had a tough time in national championship finals there is the indoor NCAA 800 meter champion and he said a lifetime best in the Semple miles that's price from Kansas I had a chance to run into Devin Dixon at dinner just a couple of nights ago and had a chance to talk to him and such a nice young man but what you get from talking to them is you realize he is really really young Dwight and you see a young man like this run 144 and you think he's already elite he reaches elite status and he's next level but he needs to learn a lot still about the 800 meters he needs to work out the kinks and figure out what works for him from a strategy standpoint he says he always goes to the front because he can't run in a pack he's just too tall too lanky somebody's always nipping at his heels or he's always running into the back of somebody else's heels so Devin Dixon setting the pace as he often times does his teammate total support until on the rail man there's Bryce hopple who won that Indoor Championship in Birmingham in mid-march Dixon threw in 50 flat and that's not unusual for him he's got the Great Lakes piece like the integral part of their 4 by 400 meter relay but he's got to run this third 200 hard and it still has some momentum and another gear left coming off the final turn well this is where Bryce hopple could be worthy dangerous he can outspread Devin Dixon over the last 150 meters and Devin needs to push it to try to shake him right here rice hopper is much more savvy of a strategist than Devin did see look at look at Bryce he just knows her to make a move but he always seems like he's in the right place and Dixon right now no answer that is Festus like god of Iowa State making a move on the outside Devin Dixon now gets it together but Rice hopple has all of the momentum he's going to be an indoor and outdoor champion in the 800 Bryce hopple and another lifetime best one 44 41 for the Kansas Junior that makes him number five all-time in the 800 amongst collegians Devon Dixon Hut does hold on to second at 140 484 close to his lifetime vest but with 200 meters to go Bryce hopper was still hanging around Devon Dixon did exactly what he wanted to he pushed the pace in the early lap thinking that he was going to run the legs out of everybody but Bryce Huckle is always there he's a gamer he's just he's just a strategist he can run a slow race and kick hard he can run a fast race and kick hard got a chance to talk to him at the Texas relays and he's just just a hard-working kid and a great finish to that race so hopple when's it in Birmingham in March and when's it here in Austin with a lifetime best has two lifetime bests here in Austin he did the same in the qualifying Devon Dixon comes up for second Texas Tech gets three points with a seventh and eighth place finish and the champion is downstairs with Laura Bryce hey how are you able to just be so patient reel in Devon Dixon and wait for that very perfect time to make your move I mean now let's kind of plan going in this down next to the load and do the work up front and in the end this time he opened up on the inside and gave me an opportunity to go past him even quicker so yes amazing indoor and outdoor titles here at the NCAA but you also want a high school state championship right here on this track over 800 meters does it just feel like bring it right home for you yeah it feels amazing I get to have a lot of my family and friends here that's what it's really all about running for them and running for the team is why I do it all Handa there's just amazing experience to be back home congratulations quick fun fact that isn't a Kansas school record that record still held by the great Jim Ryun so he still has that to chase in his senior year all right a little long jump a damn well the long jump was finally contested after some long weather delays we had some lightning and a lot of rain and they switched the direction in which the jumpers are going this is yong-ran Deanna solo he's the senior from South Carolina on his fifth attempt he goes out to twenty six seven and three-quarters that's a windy mark so it was not his personal best but in the second round he went twenty six six and a quarter which was wind legal he represents France he was third at the SEC Championships and Houston wanted to get some scoring out of this young man this Germain Jefferson the senior on his second attempt Eagles 26:10 for a personal for a personal record he was seventh student he was second at the Indoor Championships Carol Lewis has taken all the all the credit for that one but this is your champion Javon Harrison he's been winning all season long the sophomore from LSU on his second attempt 26 feet 11 he's also going to be high jumping at this meet but this was a fantastic long jump competition five jumpers over eight meters 26 3 and legal that hasn't happened since 2011 and there is your top eight Javon Harrison Germaine Jefferson and yan Randy Anna solo so let's take a look at the teen standings after that last 800 meter race as they're getting ready for the 400 meter hurdles Florida with a nine-point lead over Texas Tech tech getting three points in that 800 meters Mississippi State still hanging in there in third place Houston and Georgia and BYU all still chasing still the cob it's the 400 meter hurdles a race to take speed strength and determination as we continue our coverage of the NCAA Track and Field Championships tomorrow is Ladies Day and on the right of your screen is Shikari Richardson the phenomenal freshman from LSU with less than a great start in the semi-finals she matched her lifetime best and dipped under 11 seconds flat for her 100-meter semi in a 200-meter dash but we know who angie analysis this year she comes back to defend her 200-meter crowd and lead many Trojans potentially to the team title in the pole vault it was the non olympian twin tori ho guard who pulled off ten points for the Razorbacks keeping their teen hopes alive and another Razorback Janique brown on the right of your screen sets a facility's record a lifetime best and the second fastest time in the world in the 100-meter hurdles how much more might she have and in the 1500 senior Jessica hall from Oregon and Australia hoping also to defend her title from 2018 hey do you love field like we do well you can watch it on e3 live feeds of all the current field events stay right up with the action jump for jump throw for throw we envy you make sure you check it out let's get you caught up with the standings Florida with a nine-point lead over Texas Tech Mississippi State still hanging in there at third Houston Georgia BYU in Kansas ball in it still seven events remaining men's 400-meter hurdles the next race on the track right Benjamin setting that record last year Quincy Hall the best time in the country this is the last race where Texas Tech and Houston athletes go head to head but for South Carolina this is their junior Quincy Hall he had some early struggles with his technique but looks to hit his stride it hurts I had a mistake hiccup in the first meet it floated relays it was my stripe pattern wasn't right to the fresh hurdle I couldn't make the rain so it was more of just getting my first hurdle my first air hose down just not snapping my trail just gliding right through it and then my race will cover me and after it so yeah just we just worked on my first hurdle we just keep on working on keep on working on name is fun Hall was the indoor or at the SEC champ in the flat 400 lot of hopes for Houston they get any chance to the team Todd writing on this guy's shoulder amir latin he was also the 110 hurdles ended up finishing 6th they were hoping for more than that he's got to redeem himself here in these 400 hurdles double American Conference champion both hurdle events but a tough time in those 110 s here are the lane assignments Norman Grimes of Texas Tech down there in lane number three and a mere Lattin right next to him that's where the team title is going to be determined between those two schools running out of events [Applause] [Applause] the 200 still left they will go head-to-head there as well [Applause] it's easy enough to find out who's lady to see who goes over the hurdle first and out quickly Marty's more a Louisville on the outside and that's Taylor McLaughlin from Michigan in the middle of the track in the yellow top he's got out really hard as well witzy hall having some step trouble in this first 200 Norman Grimes of Texas Tech going very very well down in Lane three he's in the lead now everything going right for tech so far one more hurdle to navigate he's got the momentum Quincy Holcomb the neck chops again now he's trying to catch him he's going to do it oh my goodness that's what flat 400 speed will do for you Quincy Hall and from a technical standpoint that was a complete disaster of a race and he still manages to run 48 48 and win the title and that's the fastest time in the country this year amongst collegians what could he have done if he had run a little bit cleaner well Quincy Hall said he ran the qualifying way too easy in his step pattern just his step pattern just wasn't absolutely awful he said he's gonna lock it in and he thought he might even be able to see forty seven in the final here but his step batter was no better in the finals but he is just so much stronger and you're absolutely right Dwight that flat 400 meters speed was the thing that took him to this title Amir Latin also in the Allred he made a hard charge at the end I think he got up there for third well that's what an immense amount of foot speed and talent will do for your Quincy Hall the South Carolina junior takes the 400 hurdle title from Norman Grimes who had it to himself off the 10th Earl Amir Latin gets six points for Houston that's certainly an improvement but tech got eight points in that race and quits he hauled down stairs with Laura Quincy just seemed to find it next an extra gear how were you able to gain momentum momentum and close so strong generally my four to speed so yeah I think Graham's had a really good thing honey came off the car pulled me home and tell him a golf had a good pretty good defender too I had a pretty bad 300 but it was alright coming home the guys in the boost were commenting on that flat 400 meter speed how much were you relying on that as you felt that threat on both sides of you down the stretch hundred percent with I don't know how to proceed I'm not that good at her little boy I got the speed for it well congratulations Dwight and Dan well a little more technical work and this guy could definitely go under 48 just got fantastic foot speed and he's got a couple of years to perfect his technique in the event [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] while we've already seen some amazing performances several collegiate records early on in the event so far and now we're going to go word a little bit of multi event Jill Montgomery with the heptathlon in the women's heptathlon Ashton Zam's oh the senior of Texas when the Texas relays earlier she was also the big 12 outdoor champion very excited to be here at home so having Angela's here it's it's a dream come true I didn't think this was ever gonna happen and to have it finish out my last year here at the University of Texas with the Austin you know city skyline right behind you it just gives me the chills and it's just so exciting first event 100-meter hurdles in Ashton Samms Oh rent right for that Austin skyline second from the left end the white very quick in between the hurdles she is a good hurdler but this was a great day for her set a personal record running 1333 that was good for a thousand 75 points sets up a great first day second event is the high jump Texas A&M sophomore ty Rick kittens this was her first attempt at six one and a half she has the national record for trinidad and tobago and that was good for a thousand 67 points great clearance she's got a lot of room there she was second at the SEC outdoor meeting third event the shot put and get ins coming back from a little bit of an injury on the indoor season this was her first throw you only get three in the heptathlon and it was a good one 44 feet two and a half inches she's so powerful really got across the ring very well nice release and that was good for 759 points it's a thumbs up your leader after three kittens am then Zam's oh and then athlete of Miami all right we're ready now for the 200 meters collegiate record held by Walter Dix of Florida State and the Renzo Daniel and John Capel divine Oded uru as the best time in the country this year let's flashback to the semi finals from Wednesday this is divine all to do Rose Heat not a great start he leads off the turn and then just watch him lift up the finishing straight what's around these athletes were battling probably the hottest part of the day they had moved up they had moved up the start time thinking that there was going to be rain later and there wasn't so these guys had to deal with 100 almost 100 degree temperatures but it was Andrew Hudson in the second paint Mario Burke on the outside so Mario Burke had run a personal best in the hundred meters going under ten seconds and he had a personal best in that 200 going 20.0 way so here is our hundred meter champion divine odor Duru he is the defending champion from last year in the rain in Oregon out in lane number seven there is Mario Burke he was sixth in the hundred he ran 10:06 and Houston's starting to run out of events that they could compete in I was thinking 100 200 400 hurdles so when the 400 hurdles was on a thought last event that they're going to go head-to-head this is the last event where they go ahead to head because Texas Tech does not have a 4 by 400 relay in the final there are the lane assignments Tech has a second score in this race in Andrew Hudson down in Lane two Oden road five Birkin six [Applause] that wrote of you who haven't Burke out there he's already made up the stagger on the Houston senior define odor duru separating himself from the field not yet really there he goes and the Nigerian senior defends his 200-meter title successfully 1974 he is just in the zone that is a collegiate leader of course he already had that collegiate lead 1973 now great performance that puts him number two only behind Walter Dix well watch the bino de deur just eat up the stagger on Mario Burke to his outside so many people try to pace this 200 meters but divine odor Duru just goes for it from the gun but he makes a very nice transition your turnover is a little bit quicker on the turn and then as you come off that turn you want to be tall and lift use your length just a little bit but he does a great job of keeping his head and shoulders very square and in the same position throughout his entire run eyes down left down focused and he might have leaned just a little bit too early but that was probably the only critique I have of his entire run Kraven Gillespie also with a good run in second place 1993 for the Ducks senior we missed that in the hole focus on the ruse incredibly good run that's a big personal best for Craven Gillespie Hakeem Sami Brown of Florida six points for the Gator so odor Duru second fastest all-time collegian at 1973 Gillespie gets second Hakeem Sonny Brown third Mario Burke holds up for fourth for Houston and tech is rolling now they just sit back and wait to see what happens with everybody else welcome back to Austin and I am with a two-time a champ already in this NCAA meet the 100 and the 200 going into that 200 just how big of an event did you know that that was to take care of business for Texas Tech well I think I just the time difference was really not there but we just finished on Droid and we came for the tour dribble you know it's something I'm already used to so I just have to get my head together call me a to execute and I'm 200 telemeter liza-lu out of the Tony it was just some easy to over to get to the finish line in who was it where Tori well I had to pull you away from high five and all those fans over there get right back there over to him and enjoy that celebration all right a double winner divine auto do roof doing everything he can to help his Texas Tech Red Raiders win this team title well next on the track it's the 200 meters sections of the heptathlon they have hurtled high jump and thrown the shot Joe montgomery joins me now for three sections of the 200 meters attempt at Lund started around 2:30 this afternoon so all of these women have been hanging out at the track for the last seven hours the shotput finished at about 6 o'clock so they've had three and a half hours almost to wait for this 200 to finish their first day and get a good look at the Sandy's tire get ins from Texas A&M is in the lead she's a hundred and twenty-six points ahead of Texas as Ashton Zam's oh and then Michelle athlete from Miami is a hundred eighty nine points back and there is Michelle athlete of Miami actually that's Lauren tobot of Kansas State Robert currently on 12th place after the first three events and early running very well in the middle in the silver bottoms and the white from Miami I talked with a medium earlier her coaches she said she just has to get out we think if she's strong enough she can run twenty three eight and this is a big point getter for the heptathlon sterling Lester of Georgia the freshman how surprising another multi-event over Georgia left that 200 section and she actually does it in a personal best 2352 lowers her personal best from 2397 petrol skip Riano is a factory for multi events in athens at home bender of UC santa barbara finishing just eleven hundreds of a second behind that she also lowers her personal bests her personal best before was twenty three ninety three so about a half a second faster coverage of the NCAA championships concludes tomorrow with the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at 5:30 p.m. Eastern on espn2 for more information on the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships log on to ncaa.com the official online home for all 90 NCAA championships the last three and a half hours for the multi inventors let me tell you when I competed in this event it is brutal and if you know anything about the heptathlon it is a very long wait day they usually give you a half hour before each event but in a championship day like this they want to make sure that they run at the end of the night when the actual meet is happening and keep all these women in the action so they've waited for the last three and a half hours and it can be advantageous as we get a look at tire get ins from Texas A&M she's your leader shear in 1349 in the hurdles long high jump six foot one and a half and through the shot 44 feet two and a half inches and it can be advantageous because now you can just go shut down you get cool it was very warm today when these athletes competed about 95 degrees all Sun all day and you can hang out cool back down get your mind ready and come back out and run a fierce 200 see the times for each of these sections and it seems that the first section was the one with the athletes have the best personal bests in the 200 there's Aston's Amaziah we saw her at Texas relays scores six personal bests of the seven events here at those relays at the end of March she's got a personal best of 24 66 and Tyra kitten's run her outside 2401 they are one two currently in the standings it's there so from the right out very quickly already making up the staggerin in this event just like the regular flat 200 you want to make sure you hug that curve and make sure your body position is coming off flawless into the straight Ashton's ABS out in hot pursuit it's Erin Marsh from Duke down there on the inside sneaks in for second place in that section and that's a huge lifetime fest for Tiger gets 2386 lola's it down from 24:01 also a personal best for ashton Sam Zhao and Erin Marsh in the heptathlon it doesn't matter who actually wins the individual event because it's all based on points the faster you run the more points you get get ins out front the very left of your screen and the white she had a little bit of injury in door I saw her yesterday had a nice talk with her I said how are you feeling she said I feel great and there is nothing better than feeling great in a multi very few have taslitz or decathletes are ever 100% healthy always got little dings and some soreness here and there because you do so many events but she closes very well in the front in the very front she's got really nice arm action really good knee drive and Ashton Sam's out behind her in the white very good sprint from all three of those ladies on your screen just ran a personal best so the first three finishers in that section all with lifetime bests and wind is not a factor here the flag straight down on that backstretch get ins over Marsh and then Sam's out was third tomorrow night in Reno Nevada WBO featherweight champ Oscar Valdez defends his belt for the sixth time against undefeated Jason Sanchez in our top ranked boxing main event at 10:00 Eastern 7:00 Pacific on ESPN and ESPN Deportes you can stream the under cards on ESPN Plus in English and Spanish starting at 6:30 Eastern 3:30 Pacific third and final heat for the women's heptathlon and it's actually perfect out right now it's 86 degrees with about 51 percent humidity and that it actually doesn't feel that warm but when you have that higher humidity that is a great combination for faster times as we look at Makayla wany of Colorado she was second at the pac-12 this year she was seventh this year at Texas relay so she's very familiar with this track and then there's your SEC champion out of Florida Amanda Freud s big big points in the 200 shot foot which was contested three and a half hours ago not as big a for Kenner as the 200 and then they'll come back tomorrow they're gonna long jump throw the jab and finish with 800 Mariel aporia of Kansas State leading in this session down that side it looks like Erin baby of UC Davis I remember her she was a high jumper in California state champion an aerial Cori of Kansas they just ran a personal best all these women in the top three running personal bests that methods testament of the conditions 24 80240 Cori that's just off her lifetime best so finishing strong of course they have the three and a half hours to sort of compose himself very warm up which helps and now they're running in front of a crowd which they we're not doing it to from a very big crowd earlier today and mentally for you it does it does help you get a little bit of a break from the heat and from everything that you've gone through now what they'll do is that everybody will go cooled down and get ready to come back for the three events tomorrow so there are the results of these third section Corre winning over Beatty and then jordan gray finishing third let's take a look at the Capital One Cup standings update as teams compete for a combined four hundred thousand dollars of scholarship donation from Capital One see on the men's side Virginia with a huge lead over Stanford and Maryland and on the women's side it is Stanford way ahead of North Carolina and Marilyn so the men's pole vault was contested on Wednesday and it was something special to see the VINs pole vault promise to be an outstanding competition with fantastic freshmen mando Duplantis already the collegiate record holder indoors and outdoors he set that outdoor collegiate record four weeks ago at the SEC championships in Arkansas when he cleared this height 19 8 and 1/4 6 meters first collegiate ever over that height he is the European champion from last summer and this is his freshman year at LSU the bar at 19 feet a quarter for his first attempt coached by his father who also went to LSU and a routine clearance for mando and what he considers an intermediate height nowhere near that bar 6 to 8 inches of clearance all the way around and that's what we've been watching all year long but not to be deterred from the University of South Dakota the defending champion Chris Nielsen having a career day after seven vaulters jumped 18 8 and quarter and 3 cleared 18 10 record the bar in 1916 the quarter and Nilson gets over it on his first attempt the number three collegiate of all time it might not have been a training film but it doesn't matter there's no style points to the pole wall that he successfully defends and hands mando to plan as his only loss of his collegiate career Nilson wins it with a collegiate NCAA meet record Duplantis second and he spoke to Lara Overton after the victory come here and jump against mando Duplantis you know it's an honor I love that view to death he's a great guy great for Walter he's a he's an 18 year old 19 year old kid jump in 1910 and a half that's ridiculous so I think being able to jump against him and then peel I've been friends with now for a couple years is the greatest experience I could ask for I'll write this ticket look at the team standings Texas Tech now with 60 points an 18 point lead over Florida mess on the strength of divine odor to roost 200 meters and a win in the discus Houston up to 34 points Georgia to 32 and a half points Texas Tech all out of races to run and people to the throw and jump so I have to see what happens with the remaining events going on including this men's 5000 meters Henry roto still the collegiate record holder lousy leg has the meet record from five years ago in Tyler day of northern Arizona were the best time in the 5,000 meters this year there's the man Morgan McDonald from the University of Wisconsin got talked out of shaving that beard for finals by oliver poor but he is trying to do something very very special this year he wins the cross country national championships he goes indoors and wins two more titles indoors and 3k in the 5k trying to win a fourth here outdoors but he's definitely going to have some company not the first restart that we've there stand up and reset that we've seen today those officials do not like those athletes to get their toes on the line 24 at least in this final 12 coming from the East Regional 12 from the West Regional two weeks ago East Regional was in Jacksonville Florida and the West Regional was in Sacramento California twelve and a half laps of this mic a Meyer stadium oval a lot of guys in this race that could win grant Fischer he is your 2017 5k champion third in 2018 he was runner-up indoors in the 5k Jordy Bemis your indoor mile champion he bypasses the mile to run the 5k today his mile times were not exceptionally good this year so it's probably a good move for him he moved out here to the out here to the 5k so it'll take a while for them to get their pace established and give you each other enough running room right now we just have a few athletes out in lane number two as the pack starts to string out a little bit there you see grant Fischer in the maroon top with the black bottoms he's the guy who I think is probably gonna be the one that goes with Morton MacDonald when he decides to make his move these two have just had an absolute epic battle all season long Morgan McDonald pulled away from him for the win at the cross country championships and then they got together in Dorsey Morgan McDonald search to the front now in the milrose games it was all grand Fisher Morgan McDonald didn't have an answer for a kick in the 3,000 meters but then when they got to the NCAA championships it was Morgan McDonald who was pulling away from grant Fisher Zarya kurwa of Liberty in the lead now he took up the leading duties for a little while during the ten thousand I'm wondering how to BYU slacked a little bit in this only two guys here foreign the steeple six in the ten thousand two of their 10,000 meter runners doubling back here in the five thousand so they're looking to add to their team title hopes these the remaining athletes that they have in this competition there is Gilbert Keegan the Alabama senior we see him a lot in our coverage of the SEC he knows how he'll run this very tactical 5000 I know for the 5k is it's gonna be a competitive race and it's gonna just come down the last 1 mile and the best thing there are I think I'm gonna be I'm gonna just stay there and wait for the last minute sir you are still beyond the wit appears I'll just hang on to the guys because I know we have good at least soon terentyev good kicks under the crown Fisher and McDonald they're some of the best athletes so the best thing for me is just to sit in there and just wait alas a lot the last mile and savart Cindy and appear in the piece so with a little more than nine and a half laps remaining with step aside for a moment cover the men's discus it has important team implications Erik kolinsky the senior from Texas Tech on his fourth attempt of the competition changed the cage from one into the Statham to the other but he gets that disc a two kilogram just got to 205 feet two inches he was ninth at the championships last year didn't score any points but those 10 points he gets for winning the discus that gives Texas Tech 60 points they have clinched the team titled their first ever in program history status all year long while they came through and they absolutely had to they defy know to do or really did a great job for them so did Andrew Hudson he got the points when they needed it as well Norman Grimes a big part of that but I think that the knock on Texas Tech is they were so deep there's such a deep program long jump triple jump high jump they got the field events and they those who think they can go real deep in the conference leap and then they come to the national feet and those guys just weren't scoring for them here divided over new room he got his backups in place you know you get a win in the discus and boom it's a team title and coach kit Lee West Kitley from from Texas Tech he said he was going to just stop talking about it and get it done and this was a year he said they think they've let their fans down a couple of times but the past was the past this was a new and a different team and congratulations to him in that program more than eight laps remaining in this 5,000 study side for a moment and come back for the conclusion of this race tomorrow UFC 238 for the United Center in Chicago say who Toma Reyes for the vacant bantamweight title and Valentina Shevchenko defends her flyweight belt against Jessica I in the co-main events on pay-per-view to order the main card go to espn.com slash PPV ESPN and ESPN Deportes will have the prelims starting at 8 Eastern 5 Pacific all right triple jump alright let's go to the south west part of the track now they got their own little crowd and cheering section section down there this is the senior from Florida State on his fourth attempt at Armani Wallace he was for that the NCAA Indoor Championships second at the ACC Outdoor Championships and he founds us out the 55 nine for a third place this was your ACC indoor and outdoor champion c-double-a Indoor champion Scott from Virginia always scoring ports for the Cavaliers this was a sixth attempt he waited till the sixth round he's from Jamaica 55 nine and three quarters he'll be your silver medalist and this was your gold medalist Ginga Tehama Piatt the sophomore from TCU he was second here at the Texas relays in March and very familiar with that runway with hardly a centimeter to spare this was his six attempt he saved his best for last 56 two and a half all right so not a lot of point implications there for any of our front running teams but a national title for that young man from TCU there's your top eight Jordan Scott was second Armani Wallace Oh Dane Lewis did score a few points for Texas Tech back to the 5000 coming up with just four laps remaining and Morgan McDonald is now taking over the lead Cody hasty up Northern Arizona right there checking him up off his right shoulder UCLA's Robert Brent also there in on the rail we're looking at a projected 1425 finishing time and again not the most ideal conditions which to run 5,000 meters – humidity is down in the 30s low 40s but it's still in the mid 80s at 9:35 local time well everybody we mentioned off the top of the show is still there there's grant Fisher there on the outside he's next to his pac-12 compatriot Robert Brandt now Robert Brandt and that UCLA team had a fantastic conference conference meet they were second to last last year as a team and this year they says they finished in second place behind the organ duxelle what a turnaround Avery Anderson the pac-12 coach of the year has done a wonderful job there at UCLA things looking up there for a school that you're familiar with Dwight yeah they've had some struggles in the last decade or so with that program and it's good to see they've got some people in the meet scoring they had a couple discus throwers it's stored today on the women are so yesterday on the women's side so good to see a great school with great tradition and tracted field I was very fortunate to be on an NCAA championship team back in 1972 when I was a freshman there that was a lot of fun much more fun than being on a championship team there's Geordi Mima she's moving up now on the outside it was your indoor mile champ you know he's gonna have some great speed if he can stay up front and kick with the kickers Sunday Night Baseball this week we have one of the top rivalries in baseball Cardinals and Cubs play their series finale and the friendly confines our coverage begins at 6:00 Eastern on ESPN and the ESPN app with Baseball Tonight Sunday night countdown NAU northern Arizona would go lesson three athletes in this five thousand beers course they live and train at that altitude of Flagstaff Arizona unbeatable in cross-country having won the last two team titles in this fall sport all winter sport the runners that are in this race nobody's dropped anybody they just can't help but sit back on Wednesday at 10,000 meters Clayton young counter man so those guys are here mixing it up grinding it it's a tough turn around a couple of days but you you lose a lot of fluids in that 10,000 meters but those guys are out here doing a wonderful job but this is a very familiar sight these two running shoulder-to-shoulder Morgan McDonald and grant Fisher you can just feel the tension everybody getting ready to wind it up right here here it comes and grant Fisher goes into the lead at the Bell the little pushing and shoving McDonald pushes Fisher forward well grant was really fighting hard to get on that inside rail and McDonald wasn't about to let him but he got his stride and now he takes the lead and the guy who had started the sprint first ultimately has the guy is the guy who has won between these two grants giving it a shot about 300 meters out there sir followed by McDonald who looks very strong now at 200 meters to go Clayton Young is there for BYU and Edwin Kerr got from Iowa State but it's coming down to a two-man race once again grant Fisher at Morgan MacDonald senior versus senior is going to be McDonald once again he goes buys got that extra gear that he finds in the straightaway and when's it in 1406 [Applause] so a little bit of a default disappointment with Oliver or and the 1500 meters he failed to defend he and the fourth and borghi MacDonald not letting the same thing happen here fifty-two nine for McDonald on his last four hundred meters well that's the difference between Morgan McDonald and really the rest of the field being able to drop a fifty-two he that his world-class speed but Morgan McDonald such an interesting such an interesting character at Wisconsin he took off the 2018 indoor season so that he could prepare for the Commonwealth Games and he went in grip was it represented Australian those Commonwealth Games and then they find out that Wisconsin is going to host the outdoor NC double-a cross country championships he's ready for that and he wins in front of a huge crowd in Madison Wisconsin and he wins his fourth NCAA title here tonight don't count him out for the Barrowman award Dwight we're looking at grant Holloway tonight and some of these other guys four titles in the distance races in one year this this guy we could be looking at the Bowerman Award winner right there so Morgan McDonald gets it done smart tactical running it's another title in the 5000 meters a senior year at the NCAA Championships another drink Mirage but up next it's the final event on the track today the four five 400 meter relay when we returned to Austin Texas welcome back to the national championships in Austin your 5k champion Morgan McDonald getting a little rest here down on the track you have the cross country title you have the indoor title how you said you were going after that full set how determined were you not to give up this championship on that final stretch with that ferocious kick you know it's meant everything to me I mean looking forward to this one in particular for so long like even through indoors and stuff because always in subway outdoors is the main focus and I knew how it's gonna play out for so long it was gonna be me versus grant fishing so I'll plate that moment in my head so many times and I was just determined to not leave anything out there just to give it all and especially that final 100 just have no regrets congratulations Morgan thank you very much all right let's give you a little men's high jump I can talk about that this is Alabama's junior Shelby McEwen the first attempt at seven four and a quarter he won the NCAA Indoor Championships back in late March and Birmingham second at the conference speed of second at this meet last year finishes third here's last year's champion TJ Shankar the son sophomore Kansas State in India second attempt 27 five and a quarter he had won the big 12 this year but here's your champion what an athlete we've been watching him all year from LSU Javon Harrison he won the long jump and then comes back for the first attempts Clarence at a personal best seven five and a quarter the first athlete to ever win the long jump and the high jump at the national meet he won the SEC indoor meet he was second at this meet outdoors but Giovanna Howard 20 points for LSU and just a sophomore won an asset for coach Dennis shaver in the jumps Harrison wins it over Shanker Shelby McEwen and Shawn Lee from UCLA matches his hike high school bests and scores three points for the Bruins all right let's get you caught up with what we've seen today and it's been a lot I mean incredible competition starting with the 4 by 100 meter relay and that just began the collegiate record barrage while we were looking at divine ohto Duru on that second rate second leg and k Hakeem Sahni Brown bout a perfect pass there to keep sunny Brown and Florida just ran away within a great third leg by grant Holloway as well Florida State dropped the stick and his that was you the the stick I'm just confused by their their uniforms today and was this just a comedy of errors and not funny luckily nobody heard here but Fahey of Stanford manages to get up he had enough of the lead that he gets up off that last barrier and is able to win the title for Stanford and the 110 meter hurdles this was the race of the day we knew it would be Galloway Holloway and the white Roberts in the blue well I thought grant Holloway had to put him away early and he he did exactly that he put him away early we can he put him away late but both guys run extremely fast both guys under the old collegiate record Reynaldo Nielsen no longer the police record well here's 100 meters this is where Texas Tech really started to make the move Devine hoto do Road the front end of his double he wins it with a world world-leading equaling 986 the second fastest time amongst collegians then in the 400 meter dash and look like Travis Stewart had it in the bag but c'mon Montgomery just about ran out of real estate ended up winning by two hundredths of a second and a collegiate leading time 44:23 number seven collegian all-time well he did it in high school on this track for a state championship he did it after texas relays and he did it indoors at the n-c-double-a championship Bryce capo does it again he takes Devin Dixon out in the last 100 meters for an NCAA title the divine Auto Doolin completes the double repeats his 200-meter NCAA champion and runs the second fastest time ever for a collegiate 200 meters 1973 third fastest time in the world this year so here are the team stan is going into the final event of the men's championship Texas Tech has clinched it they're ahead by 14 points excuse me 18 points over Florida then Houston is eight points further back in third they will step aside and the 4 by 400 will finish it for us here in Austin on the men's side don't miss it we are back in Austin for the final event of the men's championship the 4 by 400 meter relay the USC Trojans setting that record last year in Eugene with Rui Benjamin and Michael Norman and Texas A&M has the best time amongst collegians in 2019 speaking of Texas A&M there's price Dedmon he will lead off the Aggies in this 4 by 400 this is for pride as the mm is not in the running for any type of team placing but there are three oh 126 in the prelims and made it look like they have quite a bit more left in the tank well when you take a look at that that record by USC 259 even it's not unthinkable to think that Texas A&M or Houston could challenge at Houston here's they have run 302 that did that at the Penn Relays but they'll go a mere Latin kumari Montgomery Jermaine holds your main hole excuse me and obey it Bock way this is a relay that a couple years in the making for Leroy Burrell keep an eye on Iowa on the outside they went 301 in the qualifying they're out in Lane seven and there's the Florida Gators they're running they're a team as well Benjamin Lobo Bedell chance Sawyer's Denzel philomon and grant Holloway grant Holloway to anchor for Florida what might be his final collegiate race there are the lane assignments and they pull him up so Holloway part of that collegiate record-setting 4 by 100 meter relay to start off the day he ran the third leg made a fantastic pass to the anchor Danny ran a collegiate record 12 98 in the hurdles displacing Reynaldo Nehemiah's collegiate record holder for the first time in 40 years he struggled in the long jump on Wednesday finished 12th so no points scored for Florida in the long jump he attributed that to some late season changes in his in his starting starting step mark and just said he just some days he goes out there and he gets it and he's on without even trying and then other days he just fights and fights to find the board and that was just one of those bad days you jump the identical distance is your honest airman from Georgia jumped in the decathlon all right we're reset men's 4 by 400 relay from the inside North Carolina MT South Carolina and Shuster and Texas A&M you Baylor in Iowa and the outside two lanes Florida and Arkansas Arkansas is in here because Western Kentucky who qualified through at a 301 or 302 or 4 was disqualified for a lane violation and that elevated Arkansas in to this final well what a season has been for the 4 by 400 meter relay so many fast times coming early on at the Florida relays and then continuing here at the Texas relays pin relays put up some fantastic times if there were a half a dozen teams just hovering right around that 302 and you just don't see that every single year in this event so the first pass is I a mistake or scuse me Iowa and Texas A&M they pass almost simultaneously that's Robert grant their intermediate hurdler 4 a.m. and for iowa antonio word 45 3 for bryce Dedmon opening 4 a.m. Robert grant smart taking that long diagonal from where they cut into to the pole he didn't go straight to the pole he went right to the 200 meter mark minimizing the distance and he's got a nice little gap that's developed Arkansas making a move right now with they've not been put up under Woodall on the second leg that's what's written here that is not how to would halt Razorbacks anam hands off first Kairi Johnson for the Aggies 44 3 for Robert grant [Applause] well Texas A&M looks fantastic now and they are going to just give it to the closer Devon Dixon who endures recorded the fastest 400-meter relay leg of all time says that's jaylen Brown for Arkansas I'm not certain about that in Iowa now making a late move with karein Bartley the junior getting the hot guys into position but am is still hand off first to Devin Dixon he was second in the 800 meters earlier it is a.m. Iowa Arkansas and you can't miss grant Holloway for Florida in the fourth place 45 3 for carving Johnson of Anna well here comes obeying it back way from Houston now moving up on the outside with 200 meters to go he's one of those guys you talked about Dwight he is a fantastic chaser former Arkansas but Devin Dixon has another gear the 800 meters strength he looked at look at Holloway on the inside picking off Iowa picking off Houston plays going to run out of real estate can't pick off the Aggies and amf goes to 5906 Gerald Mike they just missed the collegiate record by 5/100 of a second a phenomenal run that's the second fastest all time in for by 400 relay history and Florida also goes under three minutes with 259 16 a 4375 anchor for grant Holloway will protects us a.m. it was Bryce Dedmon who got the Aggies out to an early lead and Robert grant just extended it this you take the hurdles away and Robert grant is just a fantastic flat sprinter [Applause] nope Nixon holding off Oba Bock way but look at Brandt Holloway back in the back fourth place with a hundred meters to go and he races his Gators under three minutes Huston just missing breaking three minutes it's reef flattened 0-7 in Iowa three flat 14 for fourth so the USC Trojans gonna breathe a sigh of relief that they still have the collegiate record in the fort by 400 relay but there's divine Otto Duru the captain of that Texas Tech Red Raiders eeeem that clinched before that 4 by 400 relay there's the official results of that final race to 5905 for Texas AM amazing run by them all for pride for the Aggies well in for Florida grant Holloway you see what makes him just such a valuable asset and just an outstanding athlete you know Florida's not gonna really change their position but he's running for pride out there as well they'd nice they just needed to finish that race in the top in the top four or five but he is just giving it everything he's got could be that yeah you're absolutely right Dwight could be the very last time we see him in a Florida uniform so why not just lay it on the line for your team and he did it just exactly that but those second-place points the Florida Gators end up with 50 points 10 points behind Texas Tech in second place and the University of Houston with 40 points wind up third so now we go down to Laura Orton who will be in charge of the presentation of the winning team Texas Tech's Red Raiders and Milan Donnelly from the NCAA track and field committee here to present this trophy to Texas Tech coach Whitley on behalf of the NCAA track and field committee congratulations the men's outdoor track and field championship thank you so much coach you have been chasing this for a long time how proud are you of your men to bring home the very first men's national championship to Texas Tech in any sport well let me tell you I'm so proud to bring this home to Red Raider Nation they Texas Tech deserves of national champion in the men's side and I'm just so proud of these guys we've been ranked high all year long we've had target on our back and these guys came here today and they did a great job you brought more athletes into this meat than anybody else but it's something else to execute that and get the job done you said that you wanted your guys to be confident going in what can you say about the effort that you got across the board from your athlete what I'm so proud of is how everybody participated and everybody scored and it just made us look like a team like I've been so proud of all year long well enjoy the celebration I'm getting out of here [Applause] [Applause]

NCAA Men's & Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships| Jun 7, 2019

33 thoughts on “NCAA Men's & Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships| Jun 7, 2019

  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Thanks for posting this!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Wait. Morgan McDonald goes 52 on the lap and shuts it down at 10 or so yards to go?!! This guy could have ran a a 50. 5 at least. Wow that's fast!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    How did Al Pacino get on the Wisconsin team? Wow a 52 second last lap in the 10, 000m! Ferocious!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Arkansas' 2nd leg in the 4×4 had prosthetic legs thats pretty amazing

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    DIVINE O…DIVINE O…DIVINE O

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Man, hurdling the barrier in 3000M Steeplechase. If you hit your trail leg's knee on that thing, you are screwed!!! Cuz that thing don't move/give like a hurdle does. You are down and out for the count.

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Why did they do this in Austin, TX and NOT in Eugene, Oregon?

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Can’t wait to see these 2 studs at the Olympics. Always cool to see records fall during a really competitive race!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Didn’t LSU qualify for the 4×1 finals

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Wow- That Men's Steeplechase final lap though..!!!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    What a 110 hurdles race!! Holloway says he was relaxed, but he squeezed down hard physically and mentally for everything. Roberts was all over the place. He went sideways and hit several hurdles hard and he only lost by .02. How did Roberts close that fast when Holloway was flying? Looks like Roberts has a bit more room to go even better. Wow!!!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    worst steeplechase racer ever

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Grant Holloway is not human. Those 4×4 leg and 110 times were absolutely ridiculous

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    HI D.O.B………………

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Grant Holloway just gained another fan

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Just came for the Westbrook comments

    …was surprisingly disappointed 🤔🤷🏽‍♂️

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    when since they start doing the 100 m events back wards?

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    I Thougt the Guy in the thumbnail was Westbrook

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    39:38 Grant is fkn awesome! lol he's a savage but humble at the same time! But with out Roberts to give Grant that push, I dont think he would have broke the record, we will see alot more of both of these guys! they are the future of USA track!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    The 200 heptathletes walked out of the blocks

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    That steeple was ridiculous

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Dwight stones is a great announcer

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Dixon let him win the 800m. If he really died entering the home stretch he would have an answer with 50m to go. He went for second place to conserve for the 4×400. Probably feeling under the weather and didnt know if he could double up at full effort.

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    HOLY SHIT! That men's steeple was good!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾more to come brother

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    I would protest the mens 1500 win.

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Wow! The second fastest time in collegian history. Usc-2:59 flat,now texas a&m 2:59.06,lsu-2:59:59,florida-2:59:73, and ucla 2:59:91

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    28:46 that's heartbreaking

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Florida is going to give a degree to some dude who can't speak English?

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    Why does Phil Knight make Oregon dress like homos?

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    LSU dropped their baton !!

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  • July 30, 2019 at 7:05 pm
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    should be called college olympics not many Americans winning events.

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