Gators Sweep D1 Outdoor Track & Field Championshipsmen’s and women’s outdoor track & field teams each captured their respective national titles over the weekend.
The Gators men’s team totaled 54 total points, with Texas finishing second with 38 points. The championship for Florida marks the program’s 5th outdoor title and 10th overall. The men’s program is the fourth to win three of four track titles during a calendar year, also the first since 2015.Florida’s scoring was led by Joseph Fahnbulleh; he scored 20 individual points with his 100 and 200-meter titles.
Seven of nine entries scored for the Gators. Here’s a breakdown of how the Gators accumulated 54 points:
- 100 meters | 14 points
- 200 meters | 10 points
- 400 meters | 12 points
- 4×100 meters | 8 points
- 4×400 meters | 10 points
Florida finished with 74 points, 10 points ahead of Texas. The Gators were led by Jasmine Moore and Anna Hall as they scored 20 and 18 points, respectively. In total, Florida had five first-place finishes as 11 entries scored.
- Jasmine Moore — Long Jump, Triple Jump (1st)
- Anna Hall — Heptathlon, 400 Meter Hurdles (1st, 2nd)
- Talitha Diggs — 400 Meters (1st)
- Parker Valby — 5000 Meters (2nd)
- Imogen Barrett — 800 Meters (4th)
- Claire Bryant — Triple Jump (5th)
- Sterling Lester — Heptathlon (5th)
- Natricia Hooper — Triple Jump (6th)
- Vanessa Watson — 400 Meter Hurdles (7th)
The top results in the women’s results went as follows:
- Florida (74 points)
- Texas (64 points)
- Kentucky (50 points)
- LSU (39 points)
- Texas A&M (39 points)
- Arkansas (38 points)
- Texas Tech (36 points)
- Arizona State (28 points)
- BYU (21 points)
- Colorado (21 points)
Florida is now tied for the fifth-most team track championships overall. And because they won the indoor women’s title earlier this year, the Gators are the 15th women’s program to sweep team titles.