The Bowerman: Watching The Watch List

Competition for The Bowerman is already off to a hot start!

Collegiate records are falling left and right and it’s only January.

RELATED: Men’s Preseason Watch List | Women’s Preseason Watch List

Are you wondering how members of The Bowerman Watch List fared this past weekend? Wonder no longer, because we got you covered.

Here is the first installment of “Watching The Watch List,” compiled by USTFCCCA Communications Intern Jane Harrington.

Men’s Watch List

Mykolas Alekna, California

  • Did not compete

Matthew Boling, Georgia

  • Texas Tech Open 
    • Finished first in the 200 meters logging a time of 20.42
    • Part of 4×400 relay that ran NCAA-leading 3:03.74 

Sean Burrell, LSU

  • Razorback Invitational 
    • Placed second in the 400 meters with a time of 46.37 
    • Split 46.11 on the second leg of the 4×400 relay

Kyle Garland, Georgia

  • Texas Tech Open & Multi
    • Finished first in heptathlon with 6415 points
    • Ranks No. 2 in collegiate history behind Ashton Eaton

Sondre Guttormsen, Princeton

  • H-Y-P (Harvard-Yale-Princeton)
    • Placed first in pole vault with a personal best of 5.84m (19-2)
    • Ranks No. 7 in collegiate indoor history

Charles Hicks, Stanford

  • Razorback Invitational 
    • Placed tenth in the 3000 meters, logging a time of 7:53.90 

Ayden Owens-Delerme, Arkansas

  • Razorback Invitational 
    • Finished 13th in the 400m with a time of 46.97 

Wayne Pinnock, Arkansas

  • Did not compete

Turner Washington, Arizona State

  • Did not compete

Nico Young, Northern Arizona 

  • Did not compete

Women’s Watch List

Julien Alfred, Texas

  • Did not compete

Adelaide Aquilla, Ohio State

  • 2023 Indiana University Relays
    • Finished first in shot put with a throw of 17.89m (58-8½)

Alia Armstrong, LSU

  • Did not compete

Talitha Diggs, Florida

  • Razorback Invitational
    • Placed second in 200 meters with a time of 22.65
    • Finished fourth in 400 meters with an NCAA-leading time of 51.34
    • Part of the 4×400 relay with a time of 3:27.58 for a second place finish
    • 4×400 ranks seventh in collegiate history

Lamara Distin, Texas A&M

  • Razorback Invitational 
    • Placed first in the high jump with an NCAA-leading mark of 1.90m (6-2¾)

Jasmine Moore, Florida

  • Razorback Invitational
    • Placed first in long jump with a mark of 6.64m (21-9½)

Favour Ofili, LSU

  • Razorback Invitational
    • Finished first in the 200 meters with a time of 22.53
    • Part of the 4×400 relay with a time of 3:29.94 for a 5th place finish

Camryn Rogers, California

  • New Mexico Team Open
    • Finished first in weight throw with a mark of 23.74m (77-10¾)

Jorinde van Klinken, Oregon

  • Texas Tech Open & Multi
    • Placed first in shot put with an NCAA-leading mark of 18.55m (60-10½)

Britton Wilson, Arkansas

  • Did not compete 

The next Watch Lists will be released tomorrow (Women’s Watch List) and Thursday (Men’s Watch List).

Jane Harrington is a Saint Anselm College communication major. A student-athlete herself, who finished seventh at the NCAA DII East Region Cross Country Championships this past year, Harrington enjoys tracking weekly performance statistics and creating content for sports. She has had her work published in Southern Maine’s Tourist and Town newspaper. You can find her on twitter @Janeh741.

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