Florida women’s track and field wins NCAA indoor title

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (March 13, 2022)—–The University of Florida women’s track and field team won the 2022 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships Saturday at the Birmingham CrossPlex.

Five SEC teams placed in the top-five of the women’s standings. Florida was first with 68 points, while Kentucky tallied 44 points to place third and Arkansas scored 40 points to place fourth. Ole Miss tied for sixth and Texas A&M was 10th.

Five SEC men’s teams finished in the top-10, led by Tennessee with 31 points to finish third. Texas A&M tied for fifth, while Arkansas and Georgia finished seventh and eighth, respectively, and Ole Miss was 10th.

The NCAA title marked the Gators’ first women’s indoor national championship since 1992. An SEC team has now won the NCAA title for the fourth consecutive time. Georgia won the women’s indoor crown in 2018, and Arkansas won in 2019 and 2021. The 2020 championships were canceled.

A total of 23 SEC student-athletes won NCAA individual titles in 16 different events. Florida’s Jasmine Moore and Texas A&M’s Brandon Miller were two-time champions. Moore claimed titles in the long jump and triple jump, while Miller won the 400m and was a member of the winning 4×400 relay.

A complete list of the SEC’s individual NCAA indoor track and field champions follows:

NCAA Individual Champions (SEC)

SEC Women’s NCAA Champions

Arkansas DMR (Isabel Van Camp, Paris Peoples, Krissy Gear, Logan Jolly)

Arkansas 4×500 relay (Rosey Effiong, Jayla Hollis, Shafiqua Maloney, Britton Wilson)

Talitha Diggs, Florida (400m)

Lamara Distin, Texas A&M (High Jump)

Anna Hall, Florida (Pentathlon)

Jasmine Moore, Florida (Long Jump and Triple Jump)

Grace Stark, Florida (60m Hurdles)

Abby Steiner, Kentucky (200m)

Shey Taiwo Ole Miss (Weight Throw)

SEC Men’s NCAA Champions

Texas A&M 4×400 relay (Brandon Miller, Chevainne Hanson, Emmanuel Bamidele, Omajuwa Etiwe)

Bobby Colantonio, Alabama (Weight Throw)

Mario Garcia Romo, Ole Miss (Mile)

Brandon Miller, Texas A&M (800m)

Ayden Owens, Arkansas (Heptathlon)

Wayne Pinnock, Tennessee (Long Jump)

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