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Looking Ahead To The NCAAs For The Bowerman Award Watch List Members

NEW ORLEANS — The 2017 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships begin Friday in College Station, Texas inside Gillman Indoor Stadium on the campus of Texas A&M.

Those men and women on the most recent installments of The Bowerman Award Watch Lists are sure to have their say in the proceedings. Come to think of it, each of the 10 men and 10 women on the respective Watch Lists will compete this weekend.

Here’s a look at the schedules for each of those athletes.

Men’s Watch List

KeAndre Bates, Florida – Bates will compete in the long jump and triple jump at NCAAs. He is ranked 2nd nationally in the triple jump and 3rd in the long jump.

Edward Cheserek, Oregon – Cheserek will go for a historic triple at NCAAs. He is entered in the mile, 3000 and 5000 – in which he is ranked 1st (collegiate record), 2nd and 1st. No one has ever won three individual titles at the NCAA Indoor meet.

Christian Coleman, Tennessee – Coleman will compete in the 60 and 200 at NCAAs. He is ranked t-1st in the 60 at 6.51 and is 2nd in the 200 at 20.46.

Mostafa Hassan, Colorado State – Hassan will compete in the shot put at NCAAs. He is currently the national leader in the event at 21.30m (69-10¾).

Grant Holloway, Florida – Holloway will compete in the 60 hurdles, long jump and 4×400 at NCAAs. He is ranked 1st nationally in the 60 hurdles (7.58), 2nd in the long jump (8.05m/26-5) and the Gators sit 2nd in the 4×400.

Fred Kerley, Texas A&M – Kerley will compete in the 400 and 4×400 relay at NCAAs on his home track. He is ranked 1st nationally in the 400 (44.94) and the Aggies carry the 4×400 collegiate record into the proceedings.

Emmanuel Korir, UTEP – Korir will compete in the 800 and DMR at NCAAs. He is ranked 1st nationally in the 800 at 1:46.15 and the Miners are 11th in the DMR.

Chris Nilsen, South Dakota – Nilsen will compete in the pole vault at NCAAs. He is ranked 1st nationally in the event at 5.70m (18-8¼).

Lindon Victor, Texas A&M – Victor will compete in the heptathlon at NCAAs. He enters the meet ranked 5th nationally in the event with a score of 5851 points.

Rudy Winkler, Cornell – Winkler will compete in the weight throw at NCAAs. He is currently ranked 3rd in the nation in the event at 23.32m (76-6¼).

Women’s Watch List

Hannah Cunliffe, Oregon – Cunliffe will compete in the 60 and 200 at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the 60 with her collegiate record time of 7.07 and is ranked 2nd nationally at 200 (22.67).

Kaela Edwards, Oklahoma State – Edwards will compete in the mile at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the event with her time of 4:28.75.

Jazmine Fray, Texas A&M – Fray will compete in the 800 and 4×400 at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the 800 with her collegiate record time of 2:00.69 and the Aggies enter the meet ranked 1st in the 4×400.

Keturah Orji, Georgia – Orji will compete in the long jump and triple jump at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the triple jump with her collegiate record mark of 14.32m (46-11¾) and is ranked 3rd nationally in the long jump (6.72m/20-0¾).  

Raevyn Rogers, Oregon – Rogers will compete in the 800, 4×400 and DMR at NCAAs. Rogers is ranked 3rd nationally in the 800 (2:01.75) and the Ducks are ranked 3rd nationally in the 4×400 and 1st nationally in the DMR with a collegiate record time.

Raven Saunders, Ole Miss – Saunders will compete in the shot put and weight throw at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the shot put with a heave of 19.10m (62-8) and is ranked 8th nationally in the weight throw at 21.67m (71-1¼).

Sha’Keela Saunders, Kentucky – Saunders will compete in the long jump and triple jump at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the long jump at 6.82m (22-4½) and 14th nationally in the triple jump at 13.32m (43-8½).  

Sasha Wallace, Oregon – Wallace will compete in the 60 hurdles at NCAAs. She is ranked 1st nationally in the event with her time of 7.91.

Ariana Washington, Oregon – Washington will compete in the 60 and 200 at NCAAs. She is ranked 10th nationally in the 60 at 7.25 and 6th nationally in the 200 at 22.87.

Kendell Williams, Georgia – Williams will compete in the pentathlon and long jump at NCAAs. Williams is ranked 1st nationally in the pentathlon with her score of 4686 (2nd all-time collegiately) and 5th in the long jump at 6.52m (21-4¾).

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