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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | June 11, 2017

Oregon women, Florida men win titles

DI Outdoor Track & Field Championships: Day Two

EUGENE, Ore. — The Florida men and the Oregon women have won national titles at the 2017 outdoor championships. 

The Gators finished first with 61.5 points to earn their second consecutive title, followed by Texas A&M (59.5) and Virginia (36). Arkansas (33) and Auburn (24) rounded out the top five.

Oregon last won the title in 2015, and fell just short to Arkansas last year. They scored 64 points to clinch the title, followed by Georgia (62.2), USC (43), Kentucky (40) and Florida (39). 

The Ducks also made history, completing the first-ever Triple Crown, winning women's national titles in cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field. 

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