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Best ways to watch and follow 2021 NCAA outdoor track and field championships: Day 4

Here are the best ways to watch and follow live results of day four at the 2021 NCAA outdoor championships. The women’s team title will be decided!

The 2021 NCAA outdoor track and field championships will close out today, Saturday, June 12, and we will know the women’s team champion at the end of the evening. LSU has already run away with the men’s title on Friday night and we are now excited to see who will come out on top in the race for the women’s crown.

You can follow the live streaming coverage of day four here, with live results and other updates also available throughout the day. Georgia heads into Saturday’s fourth and final day with a six-point lead over Oregon in the women’s team scores and you can watch all the live streaming coverage on ESPNU. ESPN3 will have the live online stream with the live broadcast starting at 11 a.m. PT / 2:00 pm ET with Heptathlon events.

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Field events begin at 2:30 p.m. PT / 5:30 pm ET, with track events starting at 3:02 p.m. PT / 6:02 pm ET.

Several athletes are slated to highlight the championships, including Twanisha Terry and Anna Cockrell of USC, Tamara Clark and Mercy Chelangat of Alabama, LSU’s Tonea Marshall, Texas A&M’s Athing Mu, and Tyra Gittens, as well as Sarah Hendrick of Kennesaw State and BYU’s Whittni Orton.

Arkansas sits third in the team scores with 13 points, the same as North Dakota State and Ohio State, with Arizona State sitting on 12 points.

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Pre championships favorite USC is yet to get off the mark after six finals, but the Trojans have a lot of finalists entering today’s last day of competition and I am expecting them to pile up the points later today.

NCAA outdoor championships Day 4 schedule

SATURDAY, JUNE 12   
 Track Events  
TimeEventRoundDivision
3:02 PM4×100 RelayFinalWomen
3:11 PM1500 MetersFinalWomen
3:24 PM 3000 SteeplechaseFinalWomen
3:42 PM100 HurdlesFinalWomen
3:52 PM100 MetersFinalWomen
4:02 PM400 MetersFinalWomen
4:14 PM800 MetersFinalWomen
4:27 PM400 HurdlesFinalWomen
4:37 PM200 MetersFinalWomen
4:43 PM800 MetersHeptathlonWomen
4:55 PM5000 MetersFinalWomen
5:21 PM4×400 RelayFinalWomen
 Field Events  
TimeEventRoundDivision
2:30 PMHigh JumpFinalWomen
2:35 PMDiscusFinalWomen
3:20 PMTriple JumpFinalWomen
 Combined Events  
TimeEventRoundDivision
11:00 AMLong JumpHeptathlonWomen
12:15 PMJavelinHeptathlonWomen
4:43 PM800 MetersHeptathlonWomen

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Chris is a retired coach with many years of experience following track and field. Enjoys traveling with his wife, two children and grand kids.

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