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June 16, 2024

SEC Indoor Track and Field Championship Day Two

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Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett

The second day of competition of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championship was the final opportunity for teams to claim the SEC title.

Texas A&M hosts the second day of competition for the SEC Indoor Track and Field competition at Gilliam Indoor Track Facility as the best athletes from the SEC battle for the gold.

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  • University of Kentucky’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn won the women’s 60 meter hurdles to start the second day of competition.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Freshman Tyra Gittens placed 5th in the Women’s Pentathlon after competing in multiple events through the course of the weekend.

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  • Senior Josh Awotunde of South Carolina University smashed the SEC and Gilliam record for longest shot put throw with a final distance of 21.33 meters.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Freshman Noah Igbinoghene of Auburn flies into the final step of his triple jump attempt.

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  • Sophomore Raheem Chambers of Auburn anxiously waits for his time with Junior Kendal Williams and Senior Cejhae Greene of Georgia University, all three scored for their respective teams.

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  • Senior Brandon Hite brings home a bronze medal in the Men’s Heptathlon.

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  • As the starters’ pistol fires, Senior Jolie Carbo of Ole Miss launches into the Women’s 4×400 meter relay.

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  • Senior Mylik Kerley lead the Men’s 4×400 team to victory as they set the SEC and Gilliam stadium record, only fractions of a second off the collegiate record.

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  • Alabama’s Men’s track team had four scoring runners in the 5000 meter race, including Senior Alfred Chelanga and Junior Vincent Kiprop.

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  • Senior Audie Wyatt placed second behind his teammate Jacob Wooten in the Men’s Pole Vault competition. 

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  • Sophomore Devin Dixon finishes strong to claim his victory in the Men’s 800 meter race by almost two seconds.

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  • University of Tennessee’s Coach David Neville motivates his relay teams from the edge of the track.

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  • Senior Alex Riba narrowly loses by four-hundredths of a second to ole Miss’ Sean Tobin in the Men’s Mile.

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  • Texas A&M’s fans support their teams from the stands as they compete for the SEC Track and Field title.

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  • Freshman Jean Jenkins, Sammy Watson and Junior Jazmine Fray scored 20 of Texas A&M’s women’s team total points.

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  • Georgia’s Lynna Irby claimed her stake as champion of the SEC 200 meter dash, beating out a podium of seniors for the gold.

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  • Mustaqeem Williams, Junior from Tennessee University, prays before the start of his race.

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  • Junior Jarra Owens watches her teammate come in for the exchange during the women’s distance medley.

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  • Senior Taylor Clayton sustained an injury during the Men’s Distance Medley when he fell and lost the baton.

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  • Sophomore Devin Dixon pursues LSU’s 4×400 team briefly after receiving the handoff.

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  • Freshman Sammy Watson feels the pressure as her teammate rounds the corner to her handoff.

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  • University of Alabama won the Men’s Competition with 90 team points, while Arkansas took home the Women’s title for the fourth year in a row with 106.5 points.

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