Looking At The All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate Lists

A bevy of outstanding performances at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field – as well as the Jamaican National Championships, among others – ushered in a new phrase for many who follow us on social media – All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate Bests, which are part of the All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate List (By the way, if you’re not following us on social media, what are you doing!?)

From The USTFCCCA InfoZone: Records & Lists

Marks from both collegiate seasons and outside the collegiate season can be found on the All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate List. The only requirements for marks outside of the collegiate season is that the athlete must have competed collegiately at some point during the year and had potential eligibility during the season in question, which allows those seniors who have graduated and those underclassmen who decided to sign professional contacts and forgo the rest of their collegiate eligibility to still be considered. However, once the next collegiate track & field cycle starts in December, those seniors and professionals aren’t eligible to have their marks included any longer.

This is why you’ll see two new All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate Bests on the charts below from the recently completed U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Track & Field: Anavia Battle’s blistering time of 21.95 in the 200 meters, which secured her spot on Team USA for the upcoming Olympics and made her the first female collegian to turn in a wind-legal sub-22 effort in that event; and Athing Mu’s otherworldly 1:56.07 winner in the final of the 800 meters, which lowered her PR by nearly two seconds and made her the second-fastest woman in U.S. history.

Mu is now one of four women who hold multiple All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate Bests (The former Texas A&M standout also tops the chart in the 400 meters with her collegiate record of 49.57): Jenny Barringer (now Simpson) is No. 1 in both the 1500 (3:59.90 CR) and steeplechase (9:12.50); Lisa Koll is No. 1 in both the 5000 (14:55.74) and 10,000 (31:18.07 CR); Jackie Joyner is No. 1 in both the long jump (7.24m/23-9) and heptathlon (6718 points).

No men own No. 1 marks in two events, but 11 are current collegiate record holders.

All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate Men’s Bests

NOTE: Current collegiate records are highlighted in grey
Name
Program
Event
Mark
Year
Christian Coleman
Tennessee
100 Meters
9.82
2017
Xavier Carter
LSU
200 Meters
19.63
2006
Quincy Watts
Southern California
400 Meters
43.50
1992
Joaquim Cruz
Oregon
800 Meters
1:41.77
1984
Bernard Lagat
Washington State
1500 Meters
3:30.56
1999
Henry Rono
Washington State
Steeplechase
8:05.4
1978
Lawi Lalang
Arizona
5000 Meters
13:00.95
2013
Sam Chelanga
Liberty
10,000 Meters
27:08.39
2010
Omar McLeod
Arkansas
110 Hurdles
12.97
2015
Rai Benjamin
Southern California
400 Hurdles
47.02
2018
Hollis Conway
Louisiana
High Jump
2.39m
1989
KC Lightfoot
Mondo Duplantis
Baylor
LSU
Pole Vault
6.00m
2021
2019
Erick Walder
Arkansas
Long Jump
8.74m
1994
Christian Taylor
Florida
Triple Jump
17.96m
2011
John Godina
UCLA
Shot Put
22.00m
1995
Hannes Hopley
SMU
Discus Throw
67.66m
2004
Balazs Kiss
Southern California
Hammer Throw
82.56m
1995
Patrik Boden
Texas
Javelin Throw
89.10m
1990
Lindon Victor
Texas A&M
Decathlon
8539
2017

All-Dates, All-Time Collegiate Women’s Bests

NOTE: Current collegiate records are highlighted in grey
Name
Program
Event
Mark
Year
Sha’Carri Richardson
LSU
100 Meters
10.75
2019
Anavia Battle
Ohio State
200 Meters
21.95
2021
Athing Mu
Texas A&M
400 Meters
49.57
2021
Athing Mu
Texas A&M
800 Meters
1:56.07
2021
Jenny Barringer
Colorado
1500 Meters
3:59.90
2009
Jenny Barringer
Colorado
Steeplechase
9:12.50
2009
Lisa Koll
Iowa State
5000 Meters
14:55.74
2010
Lisa Koll
Iowa State
10,000 Meters
31:18.07
2010
Brianna Rollins
Clemson
100 Hurdles
12.26
2013
Sydney McLaughlin
Kentucky
400 Hurdles
52.75
2018
Brigetta Barrett
Arizona
High Jump
2.04m
2013
Sandi Morris
Arkansas
Pole Vault
4.76m
2015
Jackie Joyner
UCLA
Long Jump
7.24m
1985
Keturah Orji
Georgia
Triple Jump
14.71m
2016
Raven Saunders
Ole Miss
Shot Put
19.76m
2017
Meg Ritchie
Arizona
Discus Throw
67.48m
1981
Camryn Rogers
California
Hammer Throw
75.52m
2021
Kara Winger
Purdue
Javelin Throw
63.95m
2009
Jackie Joyner
UCLA
Heptathlon
6718
1985