2014 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships

March 14, 2014 to March 15, 2014
Albuquerque, NM

Oregon’s Phyllis Francis tops new additions to the list.

LRC The Week That Was: A Great Week For The Men And Women Of Oregon, Edward Cheserek, Phyllis Francis, Laura Roesler, Shalane Flanagan, And Ben True - Plus A World Record Attempt Comes Up Just Short In New Orleans

This week we introduce you to Oregon's two newest female stars, take a look back and show you how Oregon of all schools somehow went into NCAAs under-hyped on the men's side, tell super-frosh Edward Cheserek to stay in school, talk about Ben True's sweet revenge on Chris Derrick and heap praise on Shalane Flanagan. Plus  a world record attempt in New Orleans that you didn't hear anything about just misses, high school nationals with big wins by Foot Locker stars Barrett and Fisher. And finally, why can't American 14:03 collegians run 2:06 like they can in Kenya?

LRC Women's 3,000: Abbey D'Agostino Completes The Distance Double Again, But Arkansas' Dominque Scott Makes Her Work For It

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.

LRC Canada's And Mississippi State's Brandon McBride Arrives As The 800's Newest Collegiate Star

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.

LRC Track And Field At Its Finest: The Greatness Of Phyllis Francis Leads Oregon To Title

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.

LRC Anthony Rotich Outkicks Frontrunning Lawi Lalang To Win 2014 Men's Mile Title As Oregon's Mac Fleet's Big Kick Comes A Little Too Late

Anthony Rotich blasted Lawi Lalang the final straight away to get the NCAA indoor mile title.

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