AUSTIN, Texas — Kelly McKee of Virginia finished fifth in the women’s triple jump Saturday at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships, earning first-team All-America honors.
McKee had a jump of 44 feet, 4 inches.
UVa’s Jordan Scott finished second in the men’s triple jump late Friday night, also earning first-team All-America honors. He had a jump of 55-9 3/4. TCU’s Chengetayi Mapaya won with a jump of 56-2 1/2.
Virginia Tech’s Peter Seufer was 12th in the 5,000 meters late Friday night with a time of 14 minutes, 13.91 seconds.
UVa’s Brenton Foster was 16th in the men’s high jump (7-1 3/4) late Friday night.
Texas Tech won the men’s team crown with 60 points, claiming the title for the first time. Florida was second with 50 points. UVa was 18th — its fourth top-20 finish at the meet in the last five years.
Arkansas won the women’s team championship at the meet for the second time in four years, finishing with 64 points. Southern Cal was second with 57 points. UVa was 30th.
Arkansas and Southern Cal were tied going into the final race, the 4x400 relay. Arkansas took second in the race, while USC finished eighth in the race after one of its runners dropped the baton due to contact.
LSU freshman Sha’Carri Richardson won the women’s 100 meters in 10.75 seconds, breaking the collegiate and meet records of 10.78 set by LSU’s Dawn Sowell 30 years ago.
Florida’s Grant Holloway won the 110 hurdles in 12.98 seconds, breaking the collegiate record of 13.00 set by Maryland’s Renaldo Nehemiah 40 years ago. Holloway also broke the meet and facility records. Kentucky’s Daniel Roberts finished second to Holloway with a time of 13.00 seconds, matching Nehemiah’s 1979 time.