Bama and Ole Miss males, Arkansas girls lead after Day 1


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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Feb. 24, 2023)—– The Alabama and Ole Miss males’s groups and Arkansas girls’s groups lead the 2023 Southeastern Convention Indoor Monitor and Area Championships following the primary day of competitors right here Friday in entrance of 1,748 followers on the Randal Tyson Monitor Middle.

The Alabama and Ole Miss males are at the moment tied first with 28 factors, whereas Arkansas is third with 27 factors, adopted by Tennessee (20), Auburn (18), Kentucky (18), Texas A&M (13), Mississippi State (12), Florida (11), Georgia (10), LSU (7) and South Carolina (3).

Arkansas leads the ladies’s staff standings with 45 factors, whereas Florida is second with 32. Kentucky is third (28.33), adopted by Ole Miss (27), Tennessee (23.33), Alabama (23), Vanderbilt (13), Auburn (10.33), Georgia (7), Mississippi State (7), LSU (5), Missouri (5), Texas A&M (5) and South Carolina (3).

Champions Topped

People who claimed SEC titles on Friday embody: Kentucky’s Keaton Daniel within the males’s pole vault (5.40m/17-8.5), Alabama’s Bobby Colantonio within the males’s weight throw (23.71m/77-9.5), Arkansas’ Amanda Fassold within the girls’s pole vault (4.36m/14-3.5), Mississippi State’s Cameron Crump within the males’s lengthy bounce (8.39m/27-6.5), Florida’s Jasmine Moore within the girls’s lengthy bounce (6.91m/22-8), Ole Miss’ Jalani Davis within the girls’s weight throw (24.63m/80-9.75), Alabama’s Victor Kiprop within the males’s 5000m (14:08.19) and Alabama’s Mercy Chelangat within the girls’s 5000m (15:44.48).

Distance medley winners have been the Tennessee males (9:32.75) and the Alabama girls (11:04.99).

Pentathlon, Heptathlon Outcomes

Kentucky’s Annika Williams claimed the ladies’s pentathlon with 4,346 factors. Vanderbilt’s Beatrice Juskeviciute was second adopted by Sterling Lester of Florida in third. Arkansas’ Ayden Owens-Delerme stands first within the males’s heptathlon after the primary day with 3,457 factors, whereas Johannes Erm (Georgia) is second and Peyton Bair (Mississippi State) is third.

Data Damaged

A pair of meet information have been damaged or tied on Friday. Mississippi State’s Cameron Crump set a brand new mark within the males’s lengthy bounce at 8.39m/27-6.5. The earlier mark was held by JuVaughn Harrison of LSU. Florida’s Jasmine Moore tied the SEC Championship document with a mark of 6.91m/22-8. She tied Elva Goulbourne’s (Auburn) mark set in 2002.

Friday’s schedule, SECN+ protection

The second day of the SEC Indoor Monitor and Area Championships is slated to start Friday at 12 p.m. CT with the boys’s heptathlon 60m hurdles. Stay protection on SECN+ will start at 1:30 p.m. CT.


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