Full day 1 (non Cheserek recap).
For the 5th time in the last 8 years, Oregon Sweeped the award that goes to the best all-around (XC, indoor, outdoor) program.
*List Of All DI All-Americans
*Courtney Okolo, Keturah Orji, Kendell Williams, Raven Saunders Are Nominees For Honda Sport Award
Kellion Knibb and Shadae Lawrence both got their Olympic qualifying marks. Knibb's runner-up 61.44m was a new Jamaican record.
"My hope is that coach Robert Johnson can let down his guard. Fans deserve to know who is part of the program and who isn't. Refusing to acknowledge high-profile departures leads to speculation there is something to hide. Not every question or criticism about what happens in the UO program is a personal attack."
Johnson admitted the "Jasmine Todd situation stings a little bit" and added it was something the coaching staff "should have done a better job" with.
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."
Washington was not the most heralded sprinter at Oregon, but came through as the "hero".
Winning times of 10.95 and 22.21.
Georgia also got a win from Kendell Williams in the heptathlon.
All three of her final throws would have been enough to win.
She ran a wind-aided 12.54.
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