SEC Indoor Track & Field Weekly Honors: Jan.17


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Men’s Co-Runner of the Week

 Matthew Boling, Georgia

Boling, ran his first career 300m and won at the Clemson Invite with a facility record time of 32.40, which is No. 2 in school history, makes him the No. 3 all-time collegiate performer and gives him the No. 4 all-time collegiate performance with a 2023 world-leading time. He returned to anchor the third place 4x400m relay to a finish of 3:06.11, a time that ranks No. 3 on UGA’s all-time list and No. 4 on this year’s collegiate list.

Men’s Co-Runner of the Week

 Evan Miller, South Carolina

Miller, ran a personal-best 45.91 in the 400m race at the Gamecock Opener on Saturday, turning in the second-fastest 400 in South Carolina history. Miller claimed the podium, besting teammate EJ Richardson by 2.38 seconds. To go along with his success in the Gamecock record book, Miller turned in the fastest indoor 400m time in the NCAA this season.

Men’s Co-Field Athlete of the Week

 Sean Dixon-Bodie, Florida

Dixon-Bodie, competed in the triple jump, finishing first overall at the Clemson Invitational with a mark of 16.53m (54’2.75″). This mark is second in the NCAA and is just 0.14 meters behind the world leading mark this season.

Men’s Co-Field Athlete of the Week

 Keaton Daniel, Kentucky

Daniel, broke his own school record in the indoor pole vault for the second meet in a row. He cleared 18’5.25″/5.62m at the Rod McCravy Memorial Meet on his first try at that height, eclipsing his previous record by four inches. It is the nation’s No. 2 mark for the young indoor season.

Men’s Freshman of the Week

 Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan, Ole Miss

Robinson-O’Hagan, opened his collegiate career with a massive effort in the men’s weight throw at the Commodore Challenge, breaking the Ole Miss record by three feet on his winning throw of 22.24m/72-11.75. He ranks No. 3 in the NCAA. He also won the shot put by one foot at 18.75m/61-06.25, which puts him at No. 12 in the nation.

Women’s Runner of the Week

 Britton Wilson, Arkansas

Wilson, produced a collegiate record of 1:25.16 in the 600m at the Arkansas Invitational, breaking the previous record of 1:25.80 set by Texas A&M’s Athing Mu in 2021. Wilson’s performance also ranks No. 10 world and No. 7 U.S. on all-time lists. Wilson also split 51.60 as second leg of the winning 4 x 400 relay by Arkansas in a world-leading 3:30.38 over a second Razorback squad that finished in 3:30.79.

Women’s Co-Field Athlete of the Week

 Jasmine Moore, Florida

Moore, finished first in the triple jump at the Clemson Invitational with a mark of 14.44m (47’4.5″), the leading mark in the world this season. Her mark was 0.48 better than the previous world mark, and it was Florida’s fourth title of the day on Saturday.

Women’s Co-Field Athlete of the Week

 Jalani Davis, Ole Miss

Davis, set the NCAA lead in the women’s weight throw at Vanderbilt’s Commodore Challenge on Jan. 13 after unleashing a four-foot career-best 24.13m/79-02.00. Davis ranks No. 8 in collegiate history with the 23rd-best throw all-time. This season, Davis ranks second worldwide behind former Rebel Janeah Stewart.

Women’s Freshman of the Week

 Arianne Sharpe, Auburn

Sharpe, ran not only a collegiate PR, but also the conference and national leading mark in the 400m at the Clemson Invite. Her time of 53.01 also ranks her as the No. 3 all-time performer in Auburn history.

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