🏆 Florida wins 2022 Division I women's indoor track and field title
Florida has won the 2022 Division I women's indoor track and field title behind a 68 point effort that saw the Gators win five individual titles. The championship is Florida's first women's indoor title since 1992, ending a 30-year drought.
FLORIDA WINS IT ALL!— Gators Track and Field & Cross Country (@GatorsTF) March 13, 2022
2022 NCAA INDOOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! pic.twitter.com/P0SIUScTIm
It's only the second time in NCAA history that a program has won five individual titles. Florida did so even with a scratch of its 4x400 meter relay team; the Gators wrapped up the title before the final event. Here are all of the events and point totals from the Gators.
|60 meter hurdles||Grace Stark||First||10|
|400 meters||Talitha Diggs||First||10|
|Long jump||Jasmine Moore||First||10|
|Triple Jump||Jasmine Moore||First||10|
|Triple Jump||Natricia Hooper||Second||8|
|60 meters||Grace Stark||Fourth||5|
|60 meters||Semira Killebrew||Sixth||3|
|Long jump||Claire Bryant||Seventh||2|
IT’S GREAT TO BE A FLORIDA GATOR 🗣 pic.twitter.com/0Yme5f4VJ5— Gators Track and Field & Cross Country (@GatorsTF) March 13, 2022
The title is the 10th total for Florida head coach Mike Holloway, but his first women's title. He's now the sixth coach in Division I history with 10 or more titles and only the second Black coach and first coach in Florida to do so.
🏆 Texas wins the 2022 Division I men's indoor track and field championship
Texas has won the 2022 Division I men's indoor track and field championship. The Longhorns clinched the win by beating North Carolina A&T in the 4x400 meter relay, the championship's final event.
In total, the Longhorns scored 47 points on its way to the title. It is Texas' first men's indoor team championship.
Texas won the DMR for its lone first-place finish. Here are all of the events and point totals from the Longhorns.
|DMR||Cruz Gomez, Willington Wright,
Crayton Carrozza, Yaseen Abdalla
|Shot put||Adrian Piperi||Second||8|
|4x400 relay||Jon Maas, Jonathan Jones,
Willington Wright, Brian Herron
|800 meters||Jonathan Jones||Second||8|
|800 meters||Yusuf Bizimana||Fourth||5|
Following Texas in second place was North Carolina A&T with 36 points. Tennessee finished third with 31 points with Northern Arizona finishing fourth scoring 29 points. Northern Arizona's fourth place finish comes with only three participants in this year's championships.
NATTY CHAMPS BABY🤘 pic.twitter.com/6tdQbvIGyo— Texas T&F/XC (@TexasTFXC) March 13, 2022
Every individual event winner from the 2022 championships
Here is every individual event winner from the 2022 championships. Click or tap here for complete results.
- Pole vault | Sondre Guttormsen (Princeton)
- Long jump | Wayne Pinnock (Tennessee)
- Weight throw | Bobby Colantonio (Alabama)
- 5000 m | Abdihamid Nur (Northern Arizona)
- Distance medley relay | Texas
- Heptathlon | Ayden Owens (Arkansas)
- High Jump | Vernon Turner (Oklahoma)
- Triple Jump | Emmanuel Ihemeje (Oregon)
- Shot Put | Turner Washington (Arizona State)
- Mile | Mario Garcia Romo (Ole Miss)
- 60 M | Davonte Burnett (Southern California)
- 400 M | Randolph Ross (North Carolina A&T)
- 800 M | Brandon Miller (Texas A&M)
- 60 M Hurdles | Trey Cunningham (Florida State)
- 200 M | Javonte Harding (North Carolina A&T)
- 3000 M | Abdihamid Nur (Northern Arizona)
- 4x400 M Relay | Texas A&M
- Pole vault | Rachel Baxter (Virginia Tech)
- Long jump | Jasmine Moore (Florida)
- Weight throw | Shey Taiwo (Ole Miss)
- 5000 m | Courtney Wayment (BYU)
- Distance medley relay | Arkansas
- Pentathlon | Anna Hall (Florida)
- High Jump | Lamara Distin (Texas A&M)
- Triple Jump | Jasmine Moore (Florida)
- Shot Put | Jorinde van Klinken (Arizona State)
- Mile | Micaela Degenero (Colorado)
- 60 M | Melissa Jefferson (Coastal Carolina)
- 400 M | Talitha Diggs (Florida)
- 800 M | Lindsey Butler (Virginia Tech)
- 60 M Hurdles | Grace Stark (Florida)
- 200 M | Abby Steiner (Kentucky)
- 3000 M | Taylor Roe (Oklahoma State)
- 4x400 M Relay | Arkansas
🏆 Arkansas wins women's 4x400 meter relay
Arkansas won the women's 4x400 meter relay, giving the Razorbacks the sweep of all championship relays since they won the DMR.
The Razorbacks won the the 4x400 with a time of 3:27.23. They led the third heat where each of the top three times came from; Texas finished second in 3:28.60 and Kentucky finished third in 3:28.77.
🏆 Oklahoma State's Taylor Roe wins women's 3000 meters
🏆 Arizona State's Jorinde van Klinken wins women's shot put
Arizona States' Jorinde van Klinken won the women's shot thanks to her 19.08 meter throw in the third round. The mark is the sixth-best in NCAA history, a facility record and personal best.
🏆 Florida's Jasmine Moore wins women's triple jump title
Florida's Jasmine Moore won the women's triple jump title, breaking her own collegiate record in the process.
Moore jumped 14.57 meters, surpassing her previous record of 14.55 meters. She now holds the top two collegiate records in the triple jump.
Moore also became the fifth woman to sweep the long jump and triple jump titles. The Gator is the first woman in NCAA Indoor History to win conference and national titles in the long Jump and triple jump in the same season.
Overall, Florida finished 1-2 in the event as Natricia Hooper finished second, jumping 13.99 meters.
🏆 Kentucky's Abby Steiner sets record, wins women's 200m
Kentucky's Abby Steiner capped off a remarkable indoor season in the 200 meters with meet-record time of 22.16 seconds to win the title.
Steiner is the fifth woman to defend her indoor 200 meter title in NCAA history and the first since LSU’s Kimberlyn Duncan in 2013.
Stiener now holds the four fastest times in the women's indoor 200 meters in collegiate history. She remains the American record holder with her time of 22.09. Only one women, Merlen Ottey of Jamaica in 1993, has run faster the Steiner in world history (21.87).
🏆 Florida's Grace Stark ties collegiate record, wins women's 60 meter hurdles
Florida's Grace Stark tied the collegiate record of 7.78 seconds in the women's 60 meter hurdles en route to the 2022 indoor championship. Stark now sits as the co-record holder with Clemson's Brianna Rollins, who set the mark in 2013.
The race began with a false start from LSU's Alia Armstrong. After regrouping Stark dashed to the win. Kentucky's Masai Russell finished second in 7.95 seconds as only five women completed the race.
Stark's win give Florida its first 60 meter hurdle champion in program history.
🏆 Virginia Tech's Lindsey Butler wins women's 800 meters
Virginia Tech's Lindsey Butler won the women's 800 meters with a time of 2:01.37, a facility record. Butler took the lead during the final lap after Kennesaw State's Sarah Hendrick's blistering pace fell off.
🏆 Florida's Talitha Diggs wins women's 400 meters
Florida's Talitha Diggs won the women's 400 meters as the only woman to run sub-51 seconds. Diggs won the finals in 50.98 seconds out of heat one.
Texas had a second and third-place finisher in Kennedy Simon and Stacey Ann Williams, respectively.
🔥 Florida's Jasmine Moore breaks NCAA women's triple jump record
Florida's Jasmine Moore wasted no time in the women's triple jump finals. Moore entered as the collegiate record holder and broke her own record on her first jump. Moore jumped 14.57 meters to beat her previous 14.55 meter record.
JASMINE MOORE JUST BROKE HER OWN COLLEGIATE RECORD IN THE TRIPLE JUMP 🔥— Gators Track and Field & Cross Country (@GatorsTF) March 13, 2022
14.57m on the FIRST JUMP
🏆 Coastal Carolina's Melissa Jefferson wins women's 60 meters
Coastal Carolina's Melissa Jefferson won the women's 60 meters in a blazing 7.09 seconds. It's the second-straight personal-best time for Jefferson after running a 7.10 in the prelims.
Jefferson tied the fifth-fastest time ever in the event, beating Texas' Julien Alfred, who set the collegiate record yesterday.
🏆 Colorado's Micaela Degenero wins women's mile
Colorado's Micaela Degenero wins women's mile with a time of 4:33.92. She used an impressive final burst over the last 440 yards to separate from the back and secure the victory.
Fellow Buffalo, Rachel McArthur, finished in fourth place.