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Stan Becton | NCAA.com | April 4, 2022

WATCH: Texas and Texas A&M set top-4 NCAA times in blazing 400 meter race

Texas-Texas A&M 400 meters

When No. 4 Texas A&M women's track & field hosted No. 1 Texas on Saturday, April 2 in a dual-meet, great performances were expected and the women's 400 meters did not disappoint. In fact, the event exceeded expectations, with Aggie Charokee Young running an NCAA-leading 50.00 seconds in a 400-meter race that set the top-four times in the event this season.

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Watch the race below.

Young's 50.00-second mark is the fastest in the world in 2022 and leads the NCAA this season. It was the second-fastest time by any collegiate woman in the month of April. She now sits fifth all-time in collegiate history in the 400 meters and second all-time in Texas A&M history; former Aggie Athing Mu owns the collegiate record of 49.57 seconds.

Young wasn't alone with her fast performance, the race saw the other three of the top four marks set in the NCAA this season. Texas' Stacey Ann Williams and Kennedy Simon finished second and third with times of 50.56 and 50.68, respectively. The Longhorn duo join Young as the only athletes to run below 51 seconds this season.

Texas A&M's Tierra Robinson-Jones finished fourth in 51.18 seconds. Robinson-Jones' time is the fourth-fastest in the NCAA this year.

Beyond the 400 meters, Texas defeated Texas A&M 102-100 in the dual meet.

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