Fisher is the first back-to-back winner of the award since Chris Derrick won it in 2010 and 2011.
To win the award you have to be the top finishing team with a GPA of at least 3.0.
Georgia stayed #3 while Southern California jumped from 15th to 4th.
Georgia and Oregon dropped down to 4th and 5th.
Holloway broke Omar McLeod's 60H NCAA record as well as split 45.12 on Florida's 4x400 while Purrier ran the second fastest collegiate indoor mile with 4:26.55.
Warholm already had the world indoor record, but this mark is was faster than the outdoor record as well.
*MB: Karsten Warholm -300H World Best!
While it's not a direct indicator of fitness, having veins that "pop" is more likely in fit athletes because they are leaner with less body fat and more muscle mass.
We don't know why this was worth writing an article about, but UKA chief Niels de Vos states the obvious when he tells the media you can't stop an athlete from coming to a non-invitational event.
The study found that runners used 2.8% less energy when smiling compared to frowning.