• Cunningham Wins NCAA 60m Hurdles Title with a Blazing 7.38 seconds

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The fifth-year senior of Florida State Trey Cunningham with a dominant performance claimed his first NCAA Championships title by clocking a massive personal-best 7.38 in the 60-meter hurdles in Birmingham, Alabam, on Saturday (12).

Cunningham’s 7.38 beat his previous PB of 7.40 and now only follows Grant Holloway’s 7.35 among 60-meter hurdle times in NCAA history. 

He also evolved the first Florida State track and field athlete to win NCAA indoor title since 2014.

Leonard Mustari, a freshman from N. Carolina A&T took a surprise second with 7.63 seconds while Jamal Marshal JR. also a freshman but from Arizona State cross the line third in 7.64 seconds.

Men's 60m hurdles final results | Full NCAA indoor championships results

PlAthleteTime 
1Trey CUNNINGHAM
Florida State [SR]
7.38
 
 PB   CL  
2Leonard MUSTARI
N. Carolina A&T [FR]
7.63
 
 
3Jamar MARSHALL JR.
Arizona State [FR]
7.64
 
 
4Vashaun VASCIANNA
Texas Tech [FR]
7.67
 
 
5Sam BRIXEY
Washington St. [SR]
7.69
 
 =PB  
6Rasheem BROWN
N. Carolina A&T [SR]
7.77
 
 
7Darius LUFF
Nebraska [SO]
7.82
 
 
8Eric EDWARDS JR.
LSU [JR]
8.24
 
 

Texas men's team for the first time in program history won the NCAA Divison 1 Indoor National title. Texas scored 47 points leaving behind N. Carolina A&T with 36 points and Tennesee with 31 points. 

On the first day of the NCAA championships on Friday, Texas men won the Distance Medley Relay. On day two Texas scored points in the mile and in the heptathlon. They also scored big points in the 800m and shot put, and concluded the meeting with a strong 2nd place in the 4x400m relay to secure the team title.

Teams scores

And here are the champs!!!

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