Last Updated 5:04 PM, June 13, 2021

Southern California wins women's track and field title, LSU wins men's title

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BYU's Anna Camp wins the women's 1500m championship final
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12:19 am, June 13, 2021

USC wins women's outdoor track and field championship

NCAA Photos USC's Anna Cockrell.

USC won the 2021 NCAA DI women's outdoor track and field championship with 74 points, beating second-place Texas A&M (63 points). Georgia (37.5 points), Alabama (31 points) and North Carolina A&T (31 points) rounded out the top five.

On Saturday, USC's Anna Cockrell won the 100-meter and 400-meter hurdles, and the Trojans also took the 4x100-meter relay. USC  also won the national championship in 2018 and 2001, and the Trojans were the national runners-up in the last national championships in 2019. This year marked the sixth time in the last 12 national championships that Texas A&M finished in the top two.

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In the final event of Saturday, Texas A&M set the meet, collegiate and facility record in the women's 4x400-meter relay, finishing in a time of 3:22.34, beating USC (3:24.54) by more than two seconds and breaking Oregon's previous  record of (3:23.13). You can watch a video of the record-breaking relay here.

12:14 am, June 13, 2021

NC State's Elly Henes wins 5000 meter

NCAA Photos NC State's Elly Henes won the women's 5,000-meter finals.

NC State's Elly Henes crossed the finish line first in the women's 5,000-meter finals with a time of 15:28.05 as she just beat out Notre Dame's Katie Wasserman (15:28.68). Minnesota's Bethany Hasz finished in third with a time of 15:30.57.

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11:58 pm, June 12, 2021

Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens wins heptathlon

NCAA Photos Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens won the high jump in the heptathlon.

Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens won the women's heptathlon with 6,285 points, beating out Miami (FL)'s Michelle Atherley (6,067 points) and Texas' Kristine Blazevica (5,984 points). Gittens finished first in the high jump, 200 meter and long jump within the heptathlon.

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11:54 pm, June 12, 2021

South Carolina's Rachel Glenn wins women's high jump

South Carolina's Rachel Glenn took home the women's high jump finals with a jump that cleared a height of 1.93 meters, which was 0.03 meters from tying the meet record. Texas A&M's Lamara Distin finished second with a jump of 1.90 meters and her teammate Tyra Gittens finished third (1.87m).

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After the event was scored, USC's women lead with 66 points, with Texas A&M (53 points) in second and Georgia (37.5 points) in third.

11:50 pm, June 12, 2021

Texas Tech's Ruth Usoro wins triple jump

NCAA Photos Texas Tech's Ruth Usoro.

With a distance of 14.19 meters, Texas Tech's Ruth Usoro won the women's triple jump finals, just beating Georgia's Jasmine Moore (14.13 meters) and Rice's Michelle Fokam (14.04 meters).

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11:47 pm, June 12, 2021

Arizona State's Jorinde Van Klinken sets meet discus record

With a throw of 65.01 meters, Arizona State's Jorinde Van Klinken set the meet record in the discus, breaking UCLA's Seilala Sua previous record of 64.26 meters. Iowa's Laulauga Tausaga finished second with a throw of 63.53 meters.

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11:38 pm, June 12, 2021

North Carolina A&T's Cambrea Sturgis wins women's 200m

North Carolina A&T's Cambrea Sturgis won another even Saturday, taking first place in the women's 200-meter finals with a time of 22.12 seconds – a tenth of a second off the meet and collegiate record held by Florida's Kyra Jefferson. Alabama's Tamara Clark finished second with a time of 22.17 seconds and Ohio State's Anavia Battle (22.42 seconds) finished in third.

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After the event was scored, USC's women lead with 60 points, ahead of North Carolina A&T (31 points), Alabama (27 points) and LSU (27 points).

11:28 pm, June 12, 2021

USC's Anna Cockrell wins 400m hurdles

NCAA Photos USC's Anna Cockrell.

USC's Anna Cockrell claimed another title on Saturday, winning the women's 400-meter hurdles with a time of 54.68 seconds, beating Arizona's Shannon Meisberger (55.70 seconds) and Virginia's Andrenette Knight (55.81 seconds).

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After the event was scored, USC's women leads with 53 points, ahead of Texas A&M (24 points) and Florida (23 points).

11:17 pm, June 12, 2021

Virginia's Michaela Meyer wins 800m

NCAA Photos Virginia's Michaela Meyer.

Virginia's Michaela Meyer crossed the finish line in 2:00.28 to win the women's 800-meter finals, beating out Clemson's Laurie Barton (2:00.65) and Florida's Gabrielle Wilkinson (2:01.20). Click or tap here to view the results from the finals.

USC's women are in first place with 43 points, ahead of Texas A&M (24 points) and Florida (23 points).

11:10 pm, June 12, 2021

Texas A&M's Athing Mu wins women's 400m

NCAA Photos Texas A&M's Athing Mu won the women's 400m.

Texas A&M's Athing Mu won the women's 400 meter with a time of 49.57 seconds, setting a meet record (previously held by Georgia's Lynna Irby at 49.80 seconds) and breaking her own collegiate record (49.68 seconds in May). Florida's Talitha Diggs finished in second place with a time of 50.74 seconds and USC's Kyra Constantine finished third at 50.87 seconds.

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With Mu's win, Texas A&M's women jumped to second place with 24 points, behind first-place USC at 43 points.

10:55 pm, June 12, 2021

North Carolina A&T's Cambrea Sturgis wins 100m in meet-record time

Crossing the finish line in 10.74 seconds, North Carolina A&T's Cambrea Sturgis not only won the women's 100-meter sprint, setting the meet and collegiate record by one-hundredth of a second, surpassing LSU's Sha'Carri Richardson, who held the previous records with a time of 10.75 seconds in 2019.

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USC's Twanisha Terry finished second with a time of 10.79 seconds.

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After the event was scored, USC's women lead with 30 points, ahead of North Carolina A&T (21 points) and Georgia (20 points).

10:45 pm, June 12, 2021

USC's Anna Cockrell wins 100m hurdles

NCAA Photos USC's Anna Cockrell.

With a time of 12.58 seconds, USC's Anna Cockrell won the women's 100-meter hurdles, besting UCF's Rayniah Jones (12.82 seconds) and Baylor's Ackera Nugent (12.84 seconds). Click or tap here to view the complete results from the event.

Clemson's Brianna Rollins holds the meet and collegiate record with a time of 12.39 seconds.

After the event was scored, the women of USC and Georgia shared the lead with 20 points apiece, ahead of LSU (18 points).

10:37 pm, June 12, 2021

Air Force's Mahala Norris wins 3000m steeplechase

NCAA Photos Air Force's Mahala Norris.

With a time of 9:31.79, Air Force's Mahala Norris won the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase, just barely beating Auburn's Joyce Kimeli (9:31.84) by five-hundredths of one second. Washington's Katie Rainsberger (9:32.12) finished in third.

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After the event was scored, Georgia's women lead with 20 points, ahead of LSU (18 points) and Arkansas (17 points).

10:18 pm, June 12, 2021

BYU's Anna Camp wins women's 1500m

NCAA Photos BYU's Anna Camp won the 1500m.

With a time of 4:08.53, BYU's Anna Camp won the women's 1500-meter final, beating Colorado's Sage Hurta (4:09.42) by less than a second. Stanford's Ella Donaghu (4:09.66) finished just behind Hurta.

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After the event was scored, Georgia's women lead with 20 points, ahead of LSU (18 points) and Arkansas (17 points).

Oklahoma State's Sinclarie Johnson holds with the meet record in the 1500 with a time of 4:05.98 in 2019.

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9:24 pm, June 12, 2021

USC wins women's 4x100m relay

NCAA Photos USC won the women's 4x100m relay.

With a time of 42.82 seconds, USC won the women's 4x100-meter relay Saturday, just barely edging out second-place LSU (42.84 seconds). North Carolina A&T finished in third with a time of 43.03 seconds.

After the event was scored, Georgia remained in first place with 20 points, ahead of LSU (18 points), Texas (14 points) and Oregon (14 points).

LSU set the meet and facility record in 2018 with a time of 42.09 seconds.

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