The Kentucky freshman also established a new SEC and collegiate freshman record, although she almost lost all of that as Georgia freshman and U20 World champ Lynna Irby was finished just .1 back.
*MB: Sydney McLaughlin 50.52 400
"It doesn't look good at the moment to be totally honest."
Other distance winners were Bethwell Birgen (1500 - 3:37.76), Beatrice Chepkoech (1500 - 4:02.21), and Adam Kszczot (1:47.15). Non-distance action was highlighted by Christina Manning beating out Sharika Nelvis in the 60H to win the IAAF World Indoor Tour series by a tie-breaker. *Results
Arkansas Nikki Hiltz won the mile in 4:37.37; Texas Tech's Sammy Watson won the 800 (2:04.25).
They had a comfortable 32 point win over Harvard.
They scored 169 points to beat runner-up Penn by 67 points. Cornell was 5th; the first time since 2002 they finished outside the top-2.
It was a PB for Hughes while 28-year-old Blake ran a SB of 10.05.
It was a super tight meet as Alabama just beat out Arkansas by 3-points with Florida another 4.5 points back. Distance action included Arkansas winning the DMR (9:37.01) over Ole Miss (9:37.08) and Kentucky's Jacob Thomson taking the 5000 (13:49.50) in a close race with two Alabama runners.