NCAA Division I Indoor Track Championship results

3000 final: 1. Shalane Flanagan, North Carolina, 9:01.05; 2. Lauren Fleshman, Stanford, 9:01.58; 3. Sara Gorton, Colorado, 9:07.16; 4. Megan Metcalfe, West Virginia, 9:10.35; 5. Michaela Mannova, BYU, 9:11.61; 6. Amy Mortimer, Kansas St., 9:15.08; 7. Lisa Aguilera, Arizona St., 9:18.80; 8. Alicia Craig, Stanford, 9:19.51; 9. Molly Huddle, Notre Dame, 9:20.30; 10. Julie Spolidoro, Boston College, 9:22.47; 11. Mary Cullen, Providence, 9:26.16; 12. Julie Culley, Rutgers, 9:26.50; 13. Lena Nilsson, UCLA, 9:30.73; 14. Ann Somerville, Michigan St., 9:43.72; 15. Malindi Elmore, Stanford, 9:43.76; 16. Christin Wurth, Arkansas, 9:52.14. Londa Bevins, Arkansas, DNF.

4x400 final: 1. Texas (Keasha Downer SR, Raasin McIntosh JR, Moushaumi Robinson SR, Sanya Richards FR), 3:27.66; 2. South Carolina (Tiffany Ross SO, Miki Barber SR, Demetria Washington SR, LeShinda Demus SO), 3:28.25; 3. LSU (Nadia Davy JR, Stephanie Durst JR, Monique Hall JR, Hazel-Ann Regis SO), 3:32.16; 4. UCLA (Adia McKinnon SO, Sheena Johnson JR, Sani Roseby JR, Monique Henderson SO), 3:33.24; 5. Miami (Dominique Darden FR, Jamillah Wade SR, Kitoya Carter JR, Charlette Greggs FR), 3:33.37; 6. Florida (Novlene Williams JR, Shavonda Benjamin JR, Kristina Bratton JR, Faith Rein SR), 3:34.05; 7. Washington State (Tiffany Giles SR, Monique Jessie JR, Angelita Green JR, Ellannee Richardson SR), 3:35.49; 8. North Carolina (Tiffany Flomo JR, Kameese Wright JR, Jennifer Nelms SO, Anissa Gainey JR), 3:37.14; 9. Notre Dame (Tiffany Gunn SO, Kristen Dodd JR, Ayesha Boyd JR, Kymia Love SR), 3:38.28; 10. Houston (Ebonie Floyd FR, Lauren Smith SR, Renee Clark FR, Courtnie Ratliff SR), 3:39.21; 11. Texas-El Paso (Lucy Ann Richards SR, Jose van derVeen SR, Laura Cabrales SR, Olatunde Okusanya FR), 3:40.44; 12. Seton Hall (Danielle Bailey SO, Mia Campo SR, Katrina Sye JR, Leah Grant SR), 3:46.26.

Pole vault final: 1. Lacy Janson, Florida St., 14-7¼; 2. Becky Holliday, Oregon, 14-3¼; 3. April Steiner, Arkansas, 14-3½; 4. Niki McEwen, Oregon, 13-11½; 5. Fanni Juhasz, Georgia, 13-7¼; 6. Amy Linnen, Arizona, 13-7¼; 6. Jennifer Bennett, Missouri, 13-7¼; 8. Jennifer Culp, Arkansas, 13-3½; 8. Stacie Manuel, Arkansas, 13-3½; 10. Kirsten Riley, Oregon, 13-3½; 11. Chelsea Johnson, UCLA, 13-3½; 12. Kate Soma, Washington, 12-11½; 12. Bridgid Isworth, New Mexico, 12-11½; 14. Christi Lehman, Nebraska, 12-11½; 15. Kira Sims, Akron, 12-11½; 16. Jessica Graff, Georgia Tech, 12-5½; 17. Jamie Kolar, UCLA, 12-5½.

Triple jump final: 1. Elva Goulbourne, Auburn, 45-2½; 2. Nicole Toney, LSU, 45-2¼; 3. Krisztina Kovesi, Nebraska, 44-1¼; 4. Chi-Chi Aduba, Penn St., 43-10¾; 5. Ineta Radevica, Nebraska, 43-10½; 6. Shani Marks, Minnesota, 43-10; 7. Simidele Adeagbo, Kentucky, 43-8; 8. Patricia Soman, Ball State, 43-3¾; 9. Zivile Pukstiene, SMU, 43-1; 10. Chaytan Hill, Kansas St., 43-½; 11. Stephanie Sowell, NW State-LA, 42-9½; 12. Melanie Carter, Pittsburgh, 42-½; 13. Hyleas Fountain, Georgia, 41-11¼; 14. Nicole Whitman, Illinois, 41-10; 15. Ronda White, App. State, 40-0; 16. Ychlindria Spears, Texas, 39-2½.

Weight throw final: 1. Erin Gilreath, Florida, 72-3¾; 2. Jukina Dickerson, Florida, 67-10¾; 3. Cari Soong, UCLA, 67-4¾; 4. LaQuanda Cotten, Florida, 66-11¼; 5. Kim Barrett, Florida, 66-10½; 6. Merilyn Brown, Florida, 66-1¾; 7. Laura Gerraughty, North Carolina, 64-6½; 8. Loree Smith, Colorado St., 63-7; 9. Laura Sauao, Northridge, 63-4; 10. Maureen Griffin, Idaho St., 62-10; 11. Keturah Lofton, Ohio State, 62-4½; 12. Susan Sherman, Iowa St., 61-1½; 13. Deshaya Williams, Penn St., 60-10¾; 14. Mallory McDonald, LSU, 60-6¾; 15. Amy Moses, Texas-Pan Am, 58-4½; 16. Eliese Mitchell, Virginia, 57-3½.

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