Men's Runner of the Week: Quincy Hall, South Carolina
South Carolina's Quincy Hall set a school record and ran the top time on the 2019 NCAA leaderboard Friday with a time of 45.84 in the 400m at the Carolina Challenge. Then Saturday, he ran a 44.6 split on his leg of the 4x400m relay as the group set another school record, 3:05.68. That time ranks seventh in the NCAA this year.
Men's Co-Field Athlete of the Week: Mondo Duplantis, LSU
LSU's Mondo Duplantis placed first in the pole vault with a mark of 5.87m/19-3 in the Bayou Bengal Invitational. Duplantis' mark leads the NCAA and it is also the No. 1 mark in the world for 2019 and the NCAA indoor No. 2 mark of all-time.
Men's Co-Field Athlete of the Week: Shelby McEwen, Alabama
Alabama's Shelby McEwen used the best jump in the nation this season and a personal-best mark to win the men's high jump at the Carolina Challenge. The only competitor to go over seven feet at the meet, McEwen's winning effort of 7-7 (2.31m) is a new career-best and also leads the nation by more than an inch and a half. McEwen also cleared 7-5.75 (2.28m) at the Carolina Challenge, giving him the No. 1 and No. 2 heights in the nation this season.
Men's Freshman of the Week: Martin Prodanov, Missouri
Missouri's Martin Prodanov finished fifth in the mile run at the Husker Invitational as he crossed the finish line at 4:03.76. Prodanov's time is the ninth-fastest mile time in Mizzou history, the second-fastest by an SEC freshman this season and the sixth by a freshman overall.
Women's Runner of the Week: Aliyah Abrams, South Carolina
South Carolina's Aliyah Abrams ran a new indoor PR to win the 400m Friday night at the Carolina Challenge. Her time of 52.58 ranks third in the NCAA this season. Saturday, she was on the 4x400m team that ran the nation's fifth-best time this year, 3:32.29.
Women's Field Athlete of the Week: Jordan McClendon, Missouri
Missouri's Jordan McClendon placed second in the weight throw at the Husker Invitational with a mark of 21.76m (71-4.75). McClendon's throw ranks seventh on the nation's leader board this season, and is the second-best throw by an SEC athlete. McClendon has finished first or second in four of five meets this season. She improved her No. 2 mark on Mizzou's all-time top-10 list.
Women's Freshman of the Week: Imani Carothers, Georgia
Georgia's Imani Carothers began the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational with a personal record of 8.35 to win the prelims of the 60-meter hurdles. She returned to the track to tally her first collegiate victory in a final thanks to her personal-best time of 8.25. This finish ties for fifth on Georgia's all-time top-10 list, gives her the top time for a freshman nationally (21st overall) and was the third-fastest time clocked in the country over the weekend.