NCAA Meet Central

NCAA Division I Championships
June 6-9, 2012, Drake Stadium - Des Moines, IA
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TV Schedule -
Thursday June 7 -  6:15 PM ET
Friday June 8 - 6:15 PM ET
Saturday June 9 - Noon ET

Start Lists
Final Championship Women's Start Lists
Final Championship Men's Start Lists


Winner's Table

Men Event Women
Andrew Riley, Illinois, 10.28 100 English Gardner, Oregon, 11.10
Maurice Mitchell, Flordia State, 20.40 200 Kimberlyn Duncan, LSU, 22.86
Tony McQuay, Florida, 44.58 400 Ashley Spencer, Illinois, 50.95
Charles Jock, UC Irvine, 1:45.59 800 Nachelle Mackie, BYU, 2:01.06
Andrew Bayer, Indiana, 3:43.82 1,500 Katie Flood, Washington, 4:13.79
Cameron Levins, Southern Utah, 13:40.05 5,000 Abbey D'Agostino, Dartmouth, 16:11.34
Cameron Levins, Southern Utah, 28:07.14 10,000 Natosha Rogers, Texas A&M, 32:41.63
Andrew Riley, Illinois, 13.53 110/100m H Christina Manning, Ohio State, 12.89
Amaechi Morton, Stanford, 48.79 400m H Cassandra Tate, LSU, 55.22
Donn Cabral, Princeton, 8:35.44 3,000 Steeplechase Shalaya Kipp, Colorado, 9:49.02
LSU 38.38 4x100 LSU 42.75
Florida 3:00.02 4x400 Oregon 3:24.54
Erik Kynard, Kansas State, 7-8 High jump Brigetta Barrett, Arizona, 6-4
Jack Whitt, Oral Roberts, 18-6.5 Pole vault Katerina Stefanidi, Stanford, 14-7.25
Marquise Goodwin, Texas, 27-0 Long jump Whitney Gipson, TCU, 22-4.5
Omar Craddock, Florida, 55-6.25 Triple jump Ganna Demydova, Southern Miss., 46-7.25
Jordan Clarke, Arizona State, 66-11.24 Shot put Tia Brooks, Oklahoma, 60-6
Chad Wright, Nebraska, 206-0 Discus Whitney Ashley, San Diego St., 196-10
Alexander Ziegler, Virginia Tech, 248-7 Hammer Jeneva McCall, Southern Illinois, 225-3
Tim Glover, Illinois State, 268-0 Javelin Brittany Borman, Oklahoma, 184-7
Kurt Felix, Boise State, 8062 points Decathlon/Heptathlon  Brianne Theisen, Oregon, 6440 points

Day 3 Highlights
Day 3 was another fab day as it was the first day of full finals. On the men's side, the highlight of the day came from Southern Utah's Cameron Levins. Levins won his second title in this meet, winning the 5000-meter run in 13 minutes, 40.05 seconds. He defeated a stellar field that included Greensboro's Paul Chelimo (13:40.05), Arizona's Lawi Lalang (13:41.04) and Minnesota's Hasan Mead (13:42.20). On the women's side, the performance of the day came from a Illinois freshman in Ashley Spencer. Spencer won her first NCAA title in style with a 50.95.


Illinois' Andrew Riley Interview with FloTrack

Day 2 Recap

Texas A&M's Natosha Rogers Interview with FloTrack

Day 1 Results: Men | Women

Florida's Tony McQuay and Auburn's Harry Adams easily had the best performances of Day 1.  

McQuay posted the third-fastest time in the world for 400 meters this season at 44.67, in the preliminaries, on Wednesday. He was one of three individuals who went under 45 seconds. USC's Josh Mance and Texas Tech's Gil Roberts finished behind McQuay in times of 44.83 and 44.84, respectively.

Adams had the top time in the 100 prelims at 9.96 and ran the sixth-fastest time in the world for 2012. Five other individuals dipped under 10.10, including Illinois' Andrew Riley (10.02), Florida State's Maurice Mitchell (10.03) and Kemar Hyman (10.04), TCU's Charles Silmon (10.05), and Adams' teammate Marcus Rowland (10.09).

Southern Utah's Cameron Levins won his first NCAA title in the 10,000, clocking a facility record time of 28 minutes, 7.14 seconds. Arizona's Stephen Sambu (28.09.52) and Stanford's Chris Derrick (28.:17.28) were second and third.

Texas' Marquise Goodwin captured his second career title in the long jump, winning with a leap of 27 feet even. LSU's Demar Forbes placed second with a wind-assisted mark of 26-06.5, while Arkansas' Raymond Higgs took third at 26-5.


Nebraska's Chad Wright won his first NCAA title in style. Wright was victorious in the discus by nearly 6 feet (206-0). Kansas' Mason Finley and Oklahoma's Luke Bryant placed second and third with throws of 200-2 and 199-11, respectively.

Three 4x100 teams went under 39 seconds in the prelims with Auburn leading all qualifiers in  38.53. LSU (38.77) and Flordia State (38.81) were also under 39. Boise State's Kurt Felix leads the decathlon after Day 1 with 4187 points. Arkansas' Gunnar Nixion sits in second at 4177 points.

Stanford's Katerina Stefanidi had the best performance of Day 1 on the women's side. Stefandi won her first NCAA title in the pole vault in a meet record 14-7.25. She defeated the meet favorite and defending champion, Arkansas' Tina Sutej, who placed sixth at 13-11.25. Georgia's Morgann Leleux was second with a 14-5.25.

San Diego State's Ashley Whitney captured her first discus title with a 196-10. She won her schools first NCAA title since 1984. Arizona State's Anna Jelmini was second at 192.10.

Oklahoma's Brittany Borman repeated as the javelin national champion, winning in 184-7, which was four feet better than second place (Stanford's Brianna Bain, 180-02). She became OU's first track athlete to win back-to-back outdoor titles in any event with the win.

In the 100-meter prelims, Oregon's English Garnder led all qualifiers with an 11.10. LSU's Kimberlyn Ducan and UCF's Octavious Freeman clocked in at times of 11.11 and 11.12. Gardner's teammate Phyllis Francis ran the fastest 400 time of the day at 51.22. Illinois' Ashley Spencer came in at 51.33 for the second-fastest time in the prelims.

Tennessee's Chanelle Price ran a season's best 2:01.66 to lead all qualifiers in the prelims of the 800. Oregon's Laura Roesler finished behind Price in heat 3 at 2:02.09. Nachelle Mackie of BYU had the third-fastest time of the day at 2:02.58.

Colorado's Shalaya Kipp and Oregon's Melanie Thompson went 1-2 in heat 1 preliminaries of the 3,000 steeplechase. Kipp clocked in at 9:59.18 while Thompson turned in a time of 9:59.90. Clemson's Alyssa Kulik had the third-fastest time of 10:00.27.


Southern Utah's Cam Levins Interview with FloTrack