Oregon, Stanford lead NCAA Indoor Championships standings after day 1

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (Sporting Alert) — The following are the team scores after the first day of the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships here at the Albuquerque Convention Center on Friday night.

Edward Cheserek upsets Lawi Lalang in 5,000m – NCAA Indoors

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Men – Team Rankings – Through Event 10 (3 Events Scored)
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1) Oregon 24 2) Stanford 14
3) Florida 13 4) Alabama 10
5) Arizona 8 6) Indiana 6
6) Pittsburgh 6 8) BYU 5
8) Notre Dame 5 10) Oklahoma St. 4
10) Columbia 4 12) Virginia Tech 3
12) New Mexico 3 12) USC 3
15) Texas A&M 2 15) Villanova 2
15) Arkansas 2 18) Washington 1
18) Cornell 1 18) Wisconsin 1

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Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 26 (3 Events Scored)
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1) Stanford 22 2) Florida 19
3) Dartmouth 11 4) Kentucky 10
4) Arkansas 10 6) Penn State 6
6) Notre Dame 6 8) Boise State 5
8) Texas A&M 5 10) Michigan 4
10) Duke 4 12) Oregon 3
12) USC 3 12) William and Mary 3
15) Colorado 2 15) Georgetown 2
17) Providence 1

On the men’s side, Oregon, which collected 16 points in the men’s 5,000m alone, leads the way with 24 points, ten more than Stanford, who are second with 14 points.

Florida (13), Alabama (10) and Arizona (8) complete the top five with a host of finals on the cards of Saturday’s second and final day of action.

On the women’s side, Stanford leads the way with 22 points, three more than second place Florida, which sits second on 19 points.

Dartmouth (11) is in third, while Kentucky and Arkansas both ended day one with 10 points each and tie for fourth.

Among the highlight on the day were Edward Cheserek of Oregon who won the men’s 5000m, Dezerea Bryant of Kentucky, the women’s 200m champion in 22.69 and Florida’s James Harris, who cleared a career-best 2.32m (7-07.25) to win the men’s high jump.

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