Less than 35 minutes after winning the 5000, Edward Cheserek used a 3:52 anchor split to dispatch the fastest American collegiate miler in history and give Oregon a second straight DMR title.
America x 2. Virginia's Henry Wynne and Oklahoma State's Kaela Edwards got their first NCAA titles.
Day 1 of NCAAs was full of drama as the day saw Molly Seidel claim her 3rd consecutive NCAA title in a near NCAA record and the Georgetown women grab an NCAA DMR victory after several years of close misses. The mile and women's 800 heats went mostly to form, but the men's 800 saw the pre-race rankings and most LetsRunner's prediction contests tossed aside as three of the top four seeds failed to make the final.
Dominant wins by Mollly Seidel and King Cheserek.
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2016 NCAA DMR Preview: The Deepest Men's Field In History Is Led By Oklahoma State

Six of the 12 fastest men's teams in NCAA history will compete on Friday. Will they be good enough to hold off Stanford and Washington and their 3:53 anchor legs, Sean McGorty and Izaic Yorks? Will Oregon dare to run Edward Cheserek just 30 minutes after the 5k?
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