2019 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships

March 08, 2019 to March 09, 2019
Birmingham, AL
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Arkansas Razorbacks:

Jacobus racked up the 4th NCAA title of her career as the Arkansas vaulters scored 21.

Florida Gators:

Grant Holloway led the way with wins in the 60h (American record of 7.35) and 60 (6.50).

LRC Penn State's Danae Rivers (Narrowly) and Kansas' Bryce Hoppel (Convincingly) Win 2019 NCAA Indoor 800 Titles

Danae Rivers was just 5th coming off the final turn but somehow she got the win over Penn's Nia Akins at the line. In the men's race, Kansas Bryce Hoppel was clearly the best.

LRC Ohio State’s Julia Rizk and NAU's Geordie Beamish Pull Off Upsets To Win 2019 NCAA Indoor Mile Titles

Two runners who had never even been in an NCAA final before won the mile titles tonight in Birmingham. Men's winner Geordie Beamish only has a 4:06 pb.

RunnerSpace.com:

He's halfway there as he won the shot (21.71m, 71-02.75)  to become the 1st individual national champ for North Dakota State in any sport.

Florida Gators:

Holloway go third in the LJ (7.95m, he was in 1st when he stopped jumping), broke the NCAA meet record in the 60h in the semis (7.44), and and had the fastest time of the day in the flat 60 (6.53).

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