Natoya Goule (2:01.64 MR) & Edward Kemboi (1:46.05) Win Fast 800s
Natoya Goule broke the meet record and Edward Kemboi ran faster than anyone else had at NCAAs in 14 years as the 800 action was fast.
Women's 3000: Arkansas' Dominique Scott Pulls Away from Stud Frosh Elise Cranny to Close Out a Perfect Weekend
Dominique Scott won her first individual NCAA title in convincing fashion over Elise Cranny.
NCAA DMR Previews: Edward Cheserek Leads The Oregon Men; Can The Arkansas Women Repeat At Home?
With Cheserek on the anchor, can anyone stop the Ducks from winning their first DMR title since 2010? The women's race should be great with Arkansas and likely anchor Dominique Scott battling Georgetown (Katrina Coogan on anchor) and Michigan State (Leah O'Connor).
NCAA 5,000 Previews: Oregon's Eric Jenkins & Providence's Emily Sisson Are The Heavy Favorites
Neither Jenkins (7:44/13:18) nor Sisson (15:12 CR) has won an NCAA individual title, but that is likely to change on Friday night in Fayetteville.
NCAA 3000 Previews: Sub-9:00 Women Dominique Scott & Emily Sisson Square Off; Can Edward Cheserek Complete the Triple?
Cheserek will be tired (he's also entered in the DMR Friday and the mile earlier on Saturday) but Oregon will be hoping that he and top seeds Eric Jenkins (7:44.91) and Will Geoghegan (7:45.71) can deliver big points in the final individual event. Scott, runner-up to Abbey D'Agostino last year, will try to prevent Sisson from completing the 3k/5k double.
NCAA 800 Previews: Brandon McBride & Natoya Goule Shoot for Second Titles in Loaded Fields
McBride is looking to become the first man since fellow Canadian Nate Brannen ('03-'04) to repeat at NCAAs; Goule wants to regain her 2013 title after transferring from LSU to Clemson. Iowa State's Edward Kemboi (NCAA leader at 1:46.09) and Arkansas' Chrishuna Williams (2:02.95 in her first year as an 800 runner) lead the list of challengers.
Observations on the Women's NCAA Indoors Entries: An SEC Slugfest in the Team Race
The top four teams in the projected standings (based on seed times) all hail from the SEC, led by home team Arkansas, which is trying to win its first women's NCAA track title of any kind.