Likely, Dartmouth and Providence just got an "extremely generous Kolas point" for beating a 6th ranked Arkansas team that was missing three of their top runners.
Weeks went from thinking her season would be over at the Trials to extending it through to the start of the Fall Semester. She won't get a real summer "vacation" but says, "I'd definitely rather do that and keep training than be going to the beach."
Scott: "I saw that Oregon was ahead ... I just knew that I had to do whatever I could to score as many points as I could."
Lawson won the LJ with 8.15m and moved on to Friday's finals in the 100, 200 and 4x100. In other field action, Jake Blakenship won the PV (6.60m), Filip Mihaljevic the SP (20.71m), Curtis Thompson the javelin (77.64m) and Nick Miller the hammer (73.98m).
Oregon men will try to three-peat while the women will try to defend, but Texas A&M and Arkansas are ranked #1.
Kentucky and Texas are ranked 2-3; Oregon moved down from 3rd to 6th.
They broke their school record and now sit 7th all-time in the NCAA. Dominique Scott won the 10K and then came back and qualified in the 5K as well in a race won by OSU's Aurora Dybedokken.
Oregon is ranked 3rd..
It was previously reported that Moore was going home to AZ to train for the OT.
Oregon dropped from 1st to 3rd and Southern Cal from 3rd to 7th.
Arkansas moves down to 2nd.
There was a ton of shuffling with Southern California moving up to 2nd, LSU down to 3rd and Oregon down to 6th.
It is predicted to be a close team battle with Arkansas and Florida.
Updated team rankings show a very tight race going into next weekend's NCAA Champs.
Oregon moved from 3rd to 2nd and top ranked Arkansas is now 4th.
Tennessee moved from 7th to 2nd and #1 Florida to 10th. This is the first week where 2015 marks don't count.