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2001 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

Returning to Arkansas for the second year in a row, it was Pat Henry’s team from LSU winning the men’s team title by just one point over TCU. Coach Jeannette Bolden brought in the UCLA women for the team victory while Southern Carolina earned the second spot this year. One of the meet highlights was the 800 meters where Patrick Nduwimana from Arizona set a new meet record of 1:45.33. Other individuals who won titles included Kim Collins in both the 60 and 200 meters, Rickey Harris, Brian Berryhill, David Kimani, and Aubrey Herring in the 60 meter hurdles. For the women the winners included Monique Tubbs, Cydonie Mothersill, Demetiria Washington, Svetlana Badrankova, Tracy Robertson, Shannon Smith, Jodie Hughes, and Donica Merriman. You can order this title from Amazon.com in DVD format to enjoy today.

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1999 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

Texas repeats as the Women’s national champion and Arkansas continues its dominance of the Men’s, leaving behind other great programs like Stanford and LSU. The RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana hosted this event for the past 11 years with the 2000 venue going to Arkansas. Men who won individual championships in running events included Leonard Scott (in the first year that they held the 60 Meter Dash), Coby Miller, Ato Modibo, Derrick Peterson. Bernard Lagat in both the mile and 3,000, Brad Hauser repeating in the 5K, and Terrence Trammell in the 60M high hurdles with a meet record 7.52. On the women’s side the event winners were Debbie Ferguson, Peta-Gaye Dowdie, Suziann Reid, Hazel Clark in a meet record time of 2:01.77 for 800M, Kate Vermeulen, Carrie Tollefson, Leigh Daniel, and Joyce Bates.

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1998 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

Once again teams such as Stanford and LSU assembled in the RCA Dome in Indiana hoping to bring home a National title however Texas won the Women’s title on the strength of four individual titles, while Arkansas won its 14th Men’s title in 15 years under the direction of Coach John McDonnell. This was also the last year that the sprints competed at 55 meters for both men and women in both the open as well as short hurdle event. Runners who stood on top of the victory stand this year included Ja'Warren Hooker, Larry Wade, Shawn Crawford, Davian Clarke, David Krummenacker, Kevin Sullivan, Adam Goucer (Record setting time of 7:46.03 in the 3,000), Brad Hauser, Kwajalein Butler, LaKeisha Backus, Suziann Reid, Hazel Clark, Carmen Douma, Katie McGregor, and Amy Skieresz.

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1997 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

From the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana you will see the Arkansas men returning to their winning ways (with over twice the points as runner up Auburn) on the indoor track scene. On the women’s side it is Coach Pat Henry leading LSU as they make it their fifth team championship title in just as many years over Texas and Wisconsin who tie for second. Athletes who captured national titles include Tim Harden, Neil Gardner, Obadele Thompson, Roxbert Martin, David Krummenacker, Julius Achon breaking four minutes in the mile, Adam Goucher, Meb Keflezighi, Sevatheda Fynes, Tiffany Lott, Nanceen Perry, LaTarsha Stroman, Dawn Williams-Sewer, Becki Wells, Kristine Jost, and Amy Skieresz in the 5,000 meters with a time of 15:39.75.

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1996 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

George Mason, lead by coach John Cook, won the Men’s competition this year, and LSU won the Women’s side of the action with Georgia in second. For the Patriots, the victory finally broke a run of twelve consecutive championships by Arkansas. For the Tigers, it was their fourth consecutive championship and part of eight titles in eleven years. This telecast was originally broadcast from the RCA Dome located in Indianapolis, Indiana and the following runners claimed the top of the podium: Tim Harden, Darius Pemberton, Obadele Thompson, Greg Haughton, Einars Tupuritis, Julius Achon, Ryan Wilson, Jason Casiano, D'Andre Hill, Kim Carson, Debbie Ferguson, Monique Hennagan, Kristi Kloster, Joline Staeheli, Melody Fairchild, and Marie McMahon.

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1995 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

Still in Indiana, action has moved to the RCA Dome this year where teams like Tennessee and George Mason hope to make a run for the title. In the end, it was again the University of Arkansas men’s team winning its 12th straight NCAA indoor track and field championship. The LSU women’s team wins their third consecutive championship by three points over second place UCLA. Runners who took home individual titles this year include Tim Harden, Phillip Riley, Deon Minor, Michael Williams, Kevin Sullivan running 3:55.33 for a meet record in the mile, Jason Bunston, Mark Carroll, and Phillip Riley in the 55 meter high hurdles. Women won stood on the top spot of the victory stand include Melinda Sergent, Gillian Russell, Merlene Frazer, Youlanda Warren, Amy Wickus, Trine Pilskog, Sarah Schwald, and Jennifer Rhines.

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1994 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

The University of Arkansas men’s team won its 11th straight NCAA indoor track and field championship with the highest point total in the meet’s 30-year history, compiling 94 points in 16 events in the two-day meet at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis. Four running events were won by this group of athletes: Calvin Davis in the 400 meters, Niall Bruton running 3:59.34 in the mile, Jason Bunston in the 5,000 meters, and the Distance Medley Relay team of Bruton, Davis, Brian Baker and Graham Hood with a winning time of 9:30.07. The LSU women’s team won their meet for the second consecutive year, this time over the second place team of Alabama. They were able to win without a single individual champion on the track. Atheletes who did win running events included Holli Hyche, Dionne Rose, Flirtisha Harris, Amy Wickus, Amy Rudolph, Kay Gooch, and Brenda Sleeuwenhoek.

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1993 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

The action returned to the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana again this year. For the Arkansas men the results were the same as last year as John McDonnell’s team more than doubled the points of second place Clemson. The LSU returned to their national dominance for the women’s championship as Coach Pat Henry led his squad over second place Wisconsin by just five points. Title were won by the following individuals: Michael Green, Glenn Terry, Chris Nelloms, Wesley Russell, Jose Parrilla, Niall Bruton, David Morris, Jonah Koech, Holli Hyche, Monifa Taylor, Shanelle Porter, Amy Wickus (her first of three 800 meter titles), Clare Eichner, and Tracy Dahl.

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1992 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

The Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana made way for great teams such as Clemson and Stanford. When the lights went down it was Razorbacks of Arkansas winning the men’s championship, and the Florida Gators taking their first national title for the women’s squad. One of the meet records was Allen Johnson running 7.07 in the 55 meter high hurdles just edging the privious best of 7.08 (set by both Roger Kingdom in 1984 and Tony Li in 1991). Additional people who won titles on the track include Michael Green, James Trapp, Deon Minor, Rich Kenah, Andrew Keith, Josephat Kapkory, Jon Brown, Chryste Gaines, Gillian Russell, Michelle Collins, Maicel Malone, Mireille Sankatsing, Karen Glerum, Geraldine Hendericken, and Tracy Dahl.

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1988 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Indoor Track and Field National Championship

Teams met at the Myriad Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to try in win National titles this year. In the end it was Arkansas taking home its fifth consecutive Men’s Championship over Illinois and the Texas women won their second title in three years over the team from Villanova. Men who won individual championships in the running events include Lee McRae, James Purvis, Dennis Mitchell, Clifton Campbell, Jim Maton, and Joe Falcon in both the mile and 3,000. Representing the women were the following champions: Carlette Guidry, LaVonna Martin, Pauline Davis, Terri Dendy, Karol Davidson, and Vicki Huber in both the mile and 3,000 meters.






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