SEC Outdoor Track & Field Weekly Honors: Mar. 28
Men's Runner of the Week
Connor Schulman, Texas A&M
Schulman, registered a new personal best in the 110m hurdles, crossing the line in 13.64 at the Victor Lopez Classic, topping his previous best time by .08 seconds. The mark is the No. 3 time in the world, a national lead and makes him the ninth-best performer in Texas A&M history.
Men's Field Athlete of the Week
Dontavious Hill, Auburn
Hill, won the high jump competition at the FSU Relays, clearing 2.24m/7-4.25. This is the top mark in the conference and in the country this season. In his second outdoor meet, Hill achieved the second-best mark in Auburn history just behind school record holder and Olympian Donald Thomas.
Men's Freshman of the Week
Tarik Robinson-O'Hagan, Ole Miss
Robinson-O'Hagan, won the hammer and shot put and finished as runner-up in the discus in his outdoor career debut at the Ole Miss Classic last week. He won the hammer at an open of 68.53m/224-10, the second-best in Ole Miss history and currently the No. 8 throw in the NCAA, No. 4 in the East Region and No. 2 in the SEC. Robinson-O'Hagan won the shot put at 18.63m/61-01.50, making him the No. 3 performer in Ole Miss history and also No. 17 in the NCAA, No. 8 in the East Region and No. 3 in the SEC this year.
Women's Runner of the Week
Alia Armstrong, LSU
Armstrong, improved her nation lead in the 100mH to 12.82 seconds at the Battle on the Bayou. That time ranks first in the NCAA and second in the world. She was a member of the LSU 4x100 relay that improved its nation lead to 43.27 seconds, which also ranks second in the world.
Women's Field Athlete of the Week
Jalani Davis, Ole Miss
Davis, set the U.S. and NCAA lead in the shot put and the No. 2 NCAA mark in the hammer at the Ole Miss Classic last week. She won the shot put at an outdoor PR of 17.91m/58-09.25, currently the No. 5 throw worldwide outdoors in 2023 that also improved upon her slot at No. 3 in Ole Miss history. She also won the hammer at a debut of 67.82m/222-06, the No. 2 mark in the NCAA, No. 3 in the United States and No. 18 in the world this season.
Women's Freshman of the Week
Camryn Dickson, Texas A&M
Dickson, won the 200m and the 4x100m at the Victor Lopez Classic. Dickson's 200m time of 23.20 equals her lifetime best and registers as the No. 1 freshman time in the SEC, the No. 2 overall time in the SEC and the No. 6 mark in the NCAA. The Aggies' 4x100m team is the No. 2 team in the nation with a time of 44.10.