2017 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

June 07, 2017 to June 10, 2017
Hayward Field, Eugene, OR
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LRC NCAA Women's Distance Recap: Raevyn Rogers Makes it Three for Three, Karissa Schweizer Gets #3, Jamie Phelan and Allie Ostrander Get #1

The cream rose to the to the top in the women's 800 (Raevyn Rogers), steeple (Allie Ostrander) and 5000 (Karissa Schweizer), while Jamie Phelan won a thrilling women's 1500.

Registerguard:

He also rips the Regional system and laments the fact that King Ches went out injured.

Oregonlive:

After Florida lost by 1 indoors, Holloway vowed he'd never let the team down. In Eugene, he won the 110h, was 2nd in the LJ and split 43.89 in the 4 x 400.

The Oxford Eagle:

Darren Rovell called him "the star" of the championships to his 1 million + twitter followers. *Tweet here

LRC 2017 NCAA Distance Recap: Three Big-Time Talents Win Their First NCAA Outdoor Titles - Grant Fisher, Josh Kerr and Emmanuel Korir

Youth was served in the 800, 1500 and 5000 as three massive, young talents got the wins. In the 800, freshman Emmanuel Korir of UTEP lived up to the hype. In the 1500, sophomore Josh Kerr of New Mexico was able to hold off a challenge from Ole Miss's Craig Engels in the 1500, and sophomore Grant Fisher of Stanford won his first NCAA title in a tactical 5000. Fisher is the first American underclassman (freshman or sophomore) to win the 5000 in 28 years. In the steeplechase, senior Edwin Kibichiy PRd to get the win.

The Independent:

Not by much though as Coleman turned 21 in March and Bolt first went sub-10 when he ran 9.76 three months before his 22nd birthday.

LRC RRW: Allie Ostrander Returns to Her Roots In 3000m Steeplechase

Ostrander might be new to the steeple this year, but she started doing hurdles back in middle school.

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