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SEC Outdoor Championships: Day Two

Jun 29, 2014
Sean Cartell | SEC Digital Network
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Results

LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Georgia men and women currently lead the team standings following Friday's competition in front of 2,444 fans on the second day of the 2014 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the Kentucky Track and Field Complex.

Georgia has won each of the three events contested on the men's side and currently leads the field with 48 total team points. Arkansas is second with 14 points, while Texas A&M is third with 13 points. Georgia leads the women's field with 32 total points, while Arkansas is second with 23 and Kentucky is third with 13.

Georgia's freshman Alex Poursanidis captured the SEC men's hammer throw title with a toss of 66.54m/218-4. He became the first UGA athlete to win a men's hammer throw title since Lucais MacKay took home the crown in 2004. Alabama's Elias Hakansson was second with a toss of 66.31m/217-6, while Florida's Kyle Strawn was third with a throw of 64.61m/211-11.

Georgia picked up 18 team points in the women's heptathlon. Freshman Kendell Williams captured the women's heptathlon title with a seven-event total of 5,877 to give the Bulldogs their first crown in that event since Jessica Stockard in 2005. Teammate Quintunya Chapman was second with a score of 5,527, while Arkansas' Alex Gochenour was third in 5,476.

Georgia's Maicel Uibo won his second consecutive SEC men's decathlon title with a score of 7,863. He is the first back-to-back winner since Florida's Gray Horn won three-in-a-row from 2009-2011. Teammate Garrett Scantling finished second with 7,675 points, while Arkansas' Nathanael Franks was third in 7,188.

Arkansas' Dominique Scott claimed the women's 10,000-meter run in a time of 33:51.84. She becomes the first Razorback to win the event since Catherine White won in 2009. Kentucky's Cally Macumber was second in 34:01.52, while Arkansas' Diane Robison was third in 34:07.95.

Georgia's Brandon Lord won the men's 10,000-meter run in a time of 29:36.24, making him the first athlete in school history to claim that event. Arkansas' Gabe Gonzales placed second in 29:50.69, while Texas A&M's Austin Wells was third in 29:52.14.

The third day of the 2014 SEC Outdoor Championships begins at 1 p.m. ET at the Kentucky Track and Field Complex.

2014 SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships (Day Two :: Friday, May 16, 2014)

Men's Team Standings (through 3 of 21 events)

1. Georgia (48); 2. Arkansas (14); 3. Texas A&M (13); T4. Alabama (11); T4. Florida (11); 6. Kentucky (6); 7. South Carolina (5); T8. Auburn (3); T8. Missouri (3); 10. Ole Miss (2); 11. Mississippi State (1).

Women's Team Standings (through 3 of 21 events)

1. Georgia (32); 2. Arkansas (23); 3. Kentucky (13); 4. LSU (10); 5. LSU (10); T5. Missouri (8); T5. Texas A&M (8); T5. Florida (8); 8. Alabama 6; T9. Ole Miss (3); T9. Tennessee (3); 11. South Carolina (2); 12. Auburn (1).

Men's Decathlon Final Standings

1. Maicel Uibo, UG (7,863); 2. Garrett Scantling, UG (7,675); 3. Nathanael Franks, AR (7,188); 4. Alexandre Asselin, SC (6,995); 5. Ibn Short, UK (6,942); 6. Parker Shearer, AU (6,843); 7. Nathan Donnellon, UK (6,788); 8. Zach Taylor, MS (6,764); 9. Ser Whitaker, MU (6,762); 10. Coren Crompton, AU (6,748); 11. Daniel Martin, TAMU (6,740); 12. Brad Culp, AR (6,645); 13. Lane Austell, AR (6,511); 14. JaQuarius Wilson, MS (6,205).

Men's Decathlon 110m Hurdles

1. Garrett Scantling, UG (14.31); 2. Ser Whitaker, MU (14.75); 3. Ibn Short, UK (14.96); 4. Daniel Martin, TAMU (15.13); 5. Maicel Uibo, UG (15.24); 6. Alexandre Asselin, SC (15.24); 7. Parker Shearer, AU (15.33); 8. Nathanel Franks, AR (15.43); 9. Brad Culp, AR (15.45); 10. JaQuarius Wilson, MS (15.52); 11. Lane Austell, AR (15.75); 12. Coren Crompton, AU (15.96); 13. Zach Taylor, MS (16.46); 14. Nathan Donnellon, UK (16.64).

Men's Decathlon Discus Throw

1. Maicel Uibo, UG (48.58m/159-4); 2. Nathanael Franks, AR (42.56m/139-7); 3. Nathan Donnellon, UK (42.54m/139-7); 4. Parker Shearer, AU (40.46m/132-9); 5. Garrett Scantling, UG (40.41m/132-7); 6. Lane Austell, AR (38.59m/126-7); 7. Ibn Short, UK (35.25m/115-7); 8. Coren Crompton, AU (35.20m/115-6); 9. Alexandre Asselin, SC (34.45m/113-0); 10. JaQuarius Wilson, MS (33.97m/111-5); 11. Brad Culp, AR (33.20m/108-11); 12. Ser Whitaker, MU (32.88m/107-10); 13. Daniel Martin, TAMU (29.50m/96-9); 14. Zach Taylor, MS (28.99m/95-1).

Men's Decathlon Pole Vault

1. Maicel Uibo, UG (5.20m/17-0.75); 2. Garrett Scantling, UG (4.90m/16-0.75); 3. Brad Culp, AR (4.60m/15-1); 4. Coren Crompton, AU (4.60m/15-1); 5. Alexandre Asselin, SC (4.50m/14-9); 6. Nathanael Franks, AR (4.40m/14-5.25); 7. Nathan Donnellon, UK (4.40m/14-5.25); 8. Lane Austell, AR (4.40m/14-5.25); 9. Zach Taylor, MS (4.30m/14-1.25); 10. Parker Shearer, AU (4.20m/13-9.25); 11. Ser Whitaker, MU (4.00m/13-1.50); 12. Daniel Martin, TAMU (3.90m/12-9.50); 13. JaQuarius Wilson, MS (3.90m/12-9.50); 14. Ibn Short, UK (3.50m/11-5.75).

Men's Decathlon Javelin

1. Garrett Scantling, UG (63.10m/207-0); 2. Daniel Martin, TAMU (56.17m/184-3); 3. Coren Crompton, AU (50.97m/167-2); 4. Nathan Donnellon, UK (50.78m/166-7); 5. Nathanael Franks, AR (49.11m/161-1); 6. Maicel Uibo, UG (49.04m/160-11); 7. Ibn Short, UK (47.37m/155-5); 8. Alexandre Asselin, SC (47.33m/155-3); 9. Zach Taylor, MS (46.12m/151-4); 10. Brad Culp, AR (46.11m/151-3); 11. Parker Shearer, AU (43.65m/143-2); 12. Lane Austell, AR (43.27m/141-11); 13. Ser Whitaker, MU (39.59m/129-10); 14. JaQuarius Wilson, MS (35.16m/115-4).

Men's Decathlon 1,500m

1. Daniel Martin, TAMU (4:17.89); 2. Zach Taylor, MS (4:24.04); 3. Nathanael Franks, AR (4:29.84); 4. Coren Crompton, AU (4:44.68); 5. Nathan Donnellon, UK (4:44.73); 6. JaQuarius Wilson, MS (4:49.66); 7. Ibn Short, UK (4:50.56); 8. Ser Whitaker, MU (4:51.57); 9. Parker Shearer, AU (4:53.42); 10. Maicel Uibo, UG (4:53.80); 11. Lane Austell, AR (4:56.26); 12. Alexandre Asselin, SC (4:59.42); 13. Brad Culp, AR (5:03.32); 14. Garrett Scantling, UG (5:05.21).

Women's Heptathlon Final Standings

1. Kendell Williams, UG (5,877); 2. Quintunya Chapman, UG (5,527); 3. Alex Gochenour, AR (5,476); 4. Jena Hemann, TAMU (5,471); 5. Brittany Harrell, UF (5,436); 6. Mary Nall, UM (5,390); 7. Sarah Graham, SC (5,254); 8. Leigha Brown, AR (5,239); 9. Lacey Dent, UA (4,967); 10. Sarah Goodale, VU (4,920); 11. Morgan Whitson, MU (4,869); --. Therese Jernbeck, LS (DNF - 4,140).

Women's Heptathlon Long Jump

1. Kendell Williams, UG (6.24m/20-5.75); 2. Quintunya Chapman, UG (6.02m/19-9); 3. Lacey Dent, UA (5.73m/18-9.75); 4. Jena Hemann, TAMU (5.68m/18-7.75); 5. Alex Gochenour, AR (5.65m/18-6.50); 6. Brittany Harrell, UF (5.63m/18-5.75); 7. Mary Nall, UM (5.62m/18-5.25); 8. Morgan Whitson, MU (5.45m/17-10.75); 9. Sarah Graham, SC (5.39m/17-8.25); 10. Therese Jernbeck, LS (5.27m/17-3.50); 11. Leigha Brown, AR (5.13m/16-10); 12. Sarah Goodale, VU (5.09m/16-8.50).

Women's Heptathlon Javelin

1. Jena Hemann, TAMU (43.46m/142-7); 2. Mary Nall, UM (35.91m/117-9); 3. Morgan Whitson, MU (34.50m/113-2); 4. Brittany Harrell, UF (33.62m/110-4); 5. Leigha Brown, AR (33.30m/109-3); 6. Therese Jernbeck, LS (32.95m/108-1); 7. Sarah Goodale, VU (32.88m/107-10); 8. Alex Gochenour, AR (32.05m/105-2); 9. Kendell Williams, UG (31.23m/102-5); 10. Quintunya Chapman, UG (31.13m/102-1); 11. Lacey Dent, UA (29.29m/96-1); 12. Sarah Graham, SC (27.30m/89-7).

Women's Heptathlon 800m

1. Brittany Harrell, UF (2:14.21); 2. Quintunya Chapman, UG (2:15.42); 3. Sarah Goodale, VU (2:16.93); 4. Mary Nall, UM (2:17.28); 5. Leigha Brown, AR (2:17.94); 6. Alex Gochenour, AR (2:18.93); 7. Sarah Graham, SC (2:19.52); 8. Kendell Williams, UG (2:21.94); 9. Jena Hemann, TAMU (2:22.04); 10. Lacey Dent, UA (2:29.21); 11. Morgan Whitson (2:34.99).

Men's Hammer Throw

1. Alex Poursanidis, UG (66.54m/218-4); 2. Elias Hakannson, UA (66.31m/217-6); 3. Kyle Strawn, UF (64.61m/211-11); 4. Alex Larsson, UG (63.83m/209-5); 5. Casey Strong, TAMU (62.69m/205-8); 6. Charodd Richardson, UA (62.14m/203-10); 7. Nathan Loe, UM (61.44m/201-7); 8. Brian Duncan, MU (61.19m/200-9); 9. Austin Cook, TAMU (58.65m/192-5); 10. David Levin, UF (58.52m/192-0); 11. Cameron Brown, UT (58.38m/191-6); 12. Kevin Conway, UM (58.29m/191-3); 13. Deon McAdoo, UT (55.84m/183-2); 14. Andrew Evans, UK (55.83m/183-2); 15. Walker Selby, SC (55.73m/182-10); 16. David Collins, LS (55.03m/180-6); 17. Carson Frost, UT (53.67m/176-1); 18. Andrew Seay, SC (49.27m/161-7); --. Jeremy Tuttle, LS (FOUL).

Women's 800m Prelims (qualifiers)

1. Allison Peare, UK (2:05.15); 2. Megan Malasarte, UG (2:05.95); 3. Yanique Malcolm, UA (2:05.99); 4. Rhianwedd Price, MS (2:06.21); 5. Kianna Ruff, UT (2:06.47); 6. Alexis Panisse, UT (2:07.90); 7. Stephanie Brown, AR (2:08.08); 8. Rebekah Greene, UF (2:08.71); 9. Morgan Schuetz, LS (2:08.79).

Men's 800m Prelims (qualifiers)

1. Brandon McBride, MS (1:47.13); 2. Ryan Schnulle, UF (1:47.15); 3. Hector Hernandez, TAMU (1:47.73); 4. Keffri Neal, UK (1:48.80); 5. Tomas Squella, AR (1:48.98); 6. Patrick Rono, AR (1:48.99); 7. Holland Sherrer, UM (1:49.59); 8. Sean Obinwa, UF (1:49.63); 13. Charles Grethen, UG (1:50.46).

Women's 200m Prelims (qualifiers)

1. Dezerea Bryant, UK (23.15); 2. Olivia Ekpone, TAMU (23.27); 3. Kamaria Brown, TAMU (23.29); 4. Ashton Purvis, TAMU (23.33); 5. Felicia Brown, UT (23.38); 6. Aaliyah Brown, TAMU (23.42); 7. Athy Johnson, SC (23.59); 8. Keliah Tyson, UK (23.60); 9. Dominique Booker, UK (23.75).

Men's 200m Prelims (qualifiers)

1. Dedric Dukes, UF (20.34); 2. Prezel Hardy, TAMU (20.71); 3. Jalen Miller, UM (20.76); 4. Aaron Ernest, LS (20.80); 5. Shavez Hart, TAMU (20.91); 6. Teray Smith, AU (20.92); 7. Khalil Henderson, AU (21.02); 8. Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake, LS (21.03); 9. Johnathan Smith, UG (21.14).

Women's 400m Hurdles (qualifiers)

1. Shamier Little, TAMU (56.34); 2. Leah Nugent, UK (56.97); 3. Kendra Harrison, UKY (57.69); 4. Nikita Tracey, LS (57.73); 5. Chanice Chase (58.07); 6. Janeil Bellille, TAMU (58.22); 7. Tamera Harris, SC (58.62); 8. Sashel Brown, AU (59.45); 9. Tyler Brockington, SC (59.55).

Men's 400m Hurdles (qualifiers)

1. Gregory Coleman, TAMU (51.34); 2. Javon Davis, MS (51.58); 3. Scottie Hearn, MS (51.85); 4. Drew Branch, UG (52.25); 5. Quincy Downing, LS (52.39); 6. Kenneth Minkah, TAMU (52.77); 7. Gabriel Aird, UF (52.82); 8. Jermaine Collier, SC (53.59); 9. Larry Donald, AR (54.05).

Women's 10,000-Meter Run (top-eight finishers)

1. Dominique Scott, AR (33:51.84); 2. Cally Macumber, UK (34:01.52); 3. Diane Robison, AR (34:07.95); 4. Kaitlyn Fischer, MU (34:14.41); 5. Nicole DiMercurio, UG (34:30.21); 6. Chelsea Blaase, UT (34:58.18); 7. Hillary Montgomery, TAMU (35:14.45); 8. Karis Jochen, TAMU (35:27.08).

Men's 10,000-Meter Run (top-eight finishers)

1. Brandon Lord, UG (29:36.24); 2. Gabe Gonzales, AR (29:50.69); 3. Austin Wells, TAMU (29:52.14); 4. Eddie Garcia, UF (29:57.48); 5. Luke Baker, UG (29:58.60); 6. Ryan Miller, TAMU (30:07.49); 7. Hayden Legg, MU (30:19.68); 8. Steven Spevacek, UG (30:22.45).

QUOTES

Maicel Uibo, Georgia - Men's Decathlon Winner of the Men's Decathlon at 2014 SEC Outdoor

"Second outdoor title in a row, results were not that good but a title is a title so I'm happy about that."

Dominique Scott, Arkansas - Women's 10,000 Meter Run - 33:51.84 Winner of the Women's 10,000m Run at 2014 SEC Outdoor

"It's so special. During the 10k, it's probably the only race where you can actually hear the announcer speaking because you're not running that fast so you're able to kind of hear what's going on around you. To hear the announcer saying all of those things and accolades about me, it was kind of cool. It made me realize that I am meant to be here and I am meant to be racing with the best. It's really special to add another title to the accolades."

Brandon Lord, Georgia - Men's 10,000 Meter Run - 29:36.24 Winner of Men's 10,000m Run at 2014 SEC Outdoor

"Really, it was a real practiced race. I really have only ever raced it that way, try to take it out conservatively. Luke really helped me out with that, tried to trade off the first couple of miles. We knew there was going to be some competition, so when we got down to it we wanted to make sure we didn't have any surprises. It worked out very well for me, obviously. It worked out well for all of us, got some points for the team and that's really what it was all about."