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SEC Indoor Track and Field Weekly Honors

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SEC Staff
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Men's Co-Runner of the Week: Grant Holloway, Florida
Florida's Grant Holloway clocked an NCAA-leading 7.49 to win the 60 hurdles at the Clemson Invitational, tying the fifth-fastest time in collegiate history. He also ran the second-fastest 200m time in the NCAA (20.69) and ran a sub-46-second split for Florida's 4x400 relay, which ran the second-fastest time in the NCAA (3:04.74).

Men's Co-Runner of the Week: Arinze Chance, South Carolina
South Carolina's Arinze Chance won the 400m at the Gamecock Inaugural with a time of 46.15, which is a new school record, a new Guyana national record and the fastest time in the NCAA this season. He came back Saturday and led off the winning 4x400 relay. Chance ranks No. 1 in the world in the 400m in 2019.

Men's Field Athlete of the Week: JuVaughn Harrison, LSU
LSU's JuVaughn Harrison set a personal best in the high jump and cleared the second-best height in LSU history with a mark of 2.27m (7-5.25) to tie for the NCAA lead at the Red Raider Invite. It is the fifth-best jump in the world for 2019, and he now owns top-five national marks in the long jump and high jump.

Men's Freshman of the Week: Roberto Vilches, Missouri
Missouri's Roberto Vilches recorded a first place finish in the high jump for the second time this season with a mark of 2.21m (7-3) at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational. The mark is Vilches' second-best of the season and would rank 10th in the NCAA. He set the school record at the Missouri Intercollegiate to hold the No. 3 spot nationally.

Women's Co-Runner of the Week: Lynna Irby, Georgia
Georgia's Lynna Irby began the Clemson Invitational by clocking the world and nation's second-best 200-meter dash time in 2019 at 23.27. She returned and ran the third leg of the winning 4x400m relay after the Lady Bulldogs clocked a world-leading time of 3:32.50 to leave a 19-year-old school record far behind.

Women's Co-Runner of the Week: Kortnei Johnson, LSU
LSU's Kortnei Johnson registered a pair of top-five national marks in her primary events at the Red Raider Invite. Johnson claimed event titles in both the 60 and 200 meter dashes. She ran a time of 7.19 - converted to a 7.21 to rank No. 2 nationally - to win the 60 and a time of 23.30 - converted to a 23.37 - to rank No. 5 nationally. She is ranked in the top-three in the world in both events for 2019.

Women's Field Athlete of the Week: Yanis David, Florida
Florida's Yanis David tied the NCAA lead in the long jump (6.45m.21-2) at the Hokie Invitational. She also posted a jump of 6.34m in her series, as well as two other jumps of more than 6.25m. She finished four centimeters off her indoor personal record.

Women's Freshman of the Week: Asia Poe, Mississippi State
Mississippi State's Asia Poe won the long jump at the Vanderbilt Invitational with a mark of 6.30m (20-8) to stand as the No. 1 freshman in the NCAA and sixth overall. It was the third-best mark of the week in the long jump. Poe's mark also moved her into the Bulldog record books, jumping over three-time All-American Tiffany Flynn for fifth all-time.