Dartmouth's Abbey D'Agostino came trough as the favorite one again as she repeated her distance double from last year, winning both the 3,000 and 5,000. She won the 3,000 on Saturday night in 9:14.47, but had to work for it as Arkansas' Dominque Scott stayed right on her until a lap to go, finishing second in 9:16.05.
Edward Cheserek comes away with two NCAA individual titles as he blew away the 3,000m field on the last lap to win in 8:11.59. Oklahoma State's Kirubel Erassa was a respectable runner-up in 8:13.08 as Colorado freshman Ben Saarel was 3rd (8:13.45) and BYU's Jared Ward 4th (8:13.73).
Last year, the fastest high schooler in the history of North America flopped as a first-year collegian. Now he's an NCAA champion. Meet Brandon McBride.
There is no way it could be better than this. Final event. Oregon vs. Texas for the team title. World junior champion (Ashley Spencer) vs. new American record holder (Phyllis Francis). To the line for the title. Francis (2:04.83 as a 16-year-old) gets it for Oregon.
In a wide-open event, Villanova's Emily Lipari came through with a big kick to get the win over Arkansas' Stephanie Brown, Arizona State's Shelby Houlihan and Florida's Cory McGee.
Anthony Rotich blasted Lawi Lalang the final straight away to get the NCAA indoor mile title.
The race came down to a two-team fight between Arkansas and Stanford with Dominique Scott (Arkansas) and Justine Federonic (Stanford) duking it out on the 1,600 leg. In the end, it would be Scott who got the job done as she got her team the dominant win in 11:05.83 to Stanford's 11:08.28.
Stanford gets dominant victory laregely thanks to a ridiculous 400 leg from Australia's Olympic finalist Steven Solomon as Oregon gets 2nd, Indiana 3rd and Notre Dame 4th.
Abbey D'Agostino came through as the favorite as she defended her title in a tactical 16:20.39 and is halfway to repeating her 5k/3K double. Behind her, Stanford's Aisling Cuffe and Kathy Kroger went 2-3.
Lawi Lalang's attempt at the 5K, mile, 3K triple is over almost before it started as Edward Cheserek got a shocking and dominant upset victory in the men's 5,000. In an honestly-paced race, Cheserek blew away Lalang in the final 300m, winning in 13:46.67 to Lalang's 13:52.83.

Meet New Mexico's 5000 Hopefuls Luke Caldwell and Adam Bitchell

Caldwell has improved from 14:37 to 13:29 in less than a year by running up to 100 mpw at 6:10 pace or faster, Bitchell broke 14:00 on less than 50 mpw.

Lawi Lalang Looks For History And Unprecedented NCAA Triple - Can His Legendary Status Get Even Bigger?

Lawi Lalang is entered to attempt THE TRIPLE. The triple no one has ever done before - the mile, 5,000, 3,000. Can he pull it off? We break down all the NCAA men's distance action.
Albuquerque, NM
March 14, 2014 to March 15, 2014

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