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SEC Indoor Track and Field Weekly Honors

194 days ago
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Men's Runner of the Week: Matthew Boling, Georgia Georgia's Matthew Boling clocked a national leading and meet record time of 20.27 to win the 200m at the Razorback Invitational with the 16th-best all-time collegiate performance. He swept the 200m, 4x400 relay and long jump and ran the opening leg of the relay with a 45.33 split to help his team set a school record with a 3:04.07, good for third on the national list.

Men's Field Athlete of the Week: Ayden Owens, Arkansas Arkansas' Ayden Owens had a historic performance at the Razorback Invitational with a career-best score of 6,272 points in the heptathlon which ranks No. 2 on the all-time collegiate list. He only trails the collegiate record of 6,499 by Oregon's Ashton Eaton. Owens' heptathlon total bettered the Arkansas school record set in 2013, and he improved his Puerto Rican national record.

Men's Freshman of the Week: Favour Ashe, Tennessee Tennessee's Favour Ashe set the fastest 60m time of the day at 6.58 in the Bob Pollock Meet to catapult him to fourth all-time in Tennessee history. His time leads the SEC this season and is fifth in the nation. He also ranks 13th in the world and is second in the world for U20.

Women's Co-Runner of the Week: Shafiqua Maloney, Arkansas Arkansas' Shafiqua Maloney helped the Razorbacks' distance medley relay break the school record with a time of 10:51.63, which ranks third on the all-time collegiate list and No. 7 on the all-time world list. Maloney's 800m split of 2:01.95 is the fastest collegiate split within a DMR. She also ran the second leg of Arkansas's winning 4x400 relay (3:29.38).

Women's Co-Runner of the Week: Alia Armstrong, LSU LSU's Alia Armstrong became the third-fastest hurdler in NCAA history with a time of 7.86 in the 60m hurdles at the Razorback Invitational. She is tied for first in the NCAA and fourth in the world for 2022. It was a meet record, and Armstrong matches the LSU school record in the event.

Women's Field Athlete of the Week: Jasmine Moore, Florida Florida's Jasmine Moore became the No. 1 performer in NCAA history in winning the triple jump at the Bob Pollock Meet. Moore jumped 14.55m, breaking personal, NCAA, school and facility records in the process. She surpassed Keturah Orji's previous record of 14.53 set in 2018.

Women's Freshman of the Week: Parker Valby, Florida Florida's Parker Valby ran a personal best 8:53.89 in the 3000m at the Rod McCravy Memorial to break the school record by 13 seconds. She ranks third in the NCAA and first in the SEC. She also anchored Florida's DMR team that finished first with the third-fastest time in the nation (11:00.92).