Texas wins 2023 NCAA Outdoor Championships

Austin, Texas (June 11) – The 2023 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships concluded on Saturday night (10), with the team points standings determining the national champions. After four thrilling days of competition, the Florida men and Texas women emerged as the victorious teams, capping off an extraordinary collegiate season filled with captivating moments.

Florida Gators Wins NCAA Men’s Title

In the men’s competition, Florida successfully defended their team crown, amassing 57 points to fend off a spirited challenge from Arkansas, who finished with 53 points. The Gator men claimed their 11th National Championship in program history and their sixth Outdoor National Championship.

Their impressive performance on Day 3, which included setting a collegiate record in the 4x400m relay, solidified their title. – Read more: Britton Wilson upset in 400m and 400m hurdles, falls short of historic double at NCAA Championships

Florida Gators men celebrate winning the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Championships national team title
Florida Gators men celebrate winning the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Championships national team title

Stanford secured third place with a total of 44 points, while LSU finished closely behind with 43 points. Arizona State rounded out the top five positions with 41 points.

Texas Longhorns Claim NCAA Women’s Crown

On the women’s side, the Texas Longhorns dominated in their home territory, clinching the national team title with a commanding 84 points. It marked their fifth NCAA Outdoor Championships title in school history and their first since 2005.

Defending champions, Florida, trailed in second place with 51 points, 33 points behind Texas. Arkansas secured the third-place spot with 46 points.

Oregon finished fourth with 44 points, while Texas A&M rounded out the top five with 36 points. Kentucky secured sixth place with 28 points, and LSU closed out the top seven with 26 points.

NCAA Men’s Outdoor Championships standings:

  1. Florida (57 points)
  2. Arkansas (53 points)
  3. Stanford (44 points)
  4. LSU (43 points)
  5. Arizona State (41 points)
  6. Texas Tech (34.5 points)
  7. Georgia (28 points)
  8. Alabama (27 points)
  9. Washington (26.5 points)
  10. BYU (22.5 points)
  11. Harvard (21 points)
  12. Virginia (21 points)
  13. Texas (18 points)
  14. Houston (17.33 points)
  15. Florida State (17 points)
  16. Wisconsin (17 points)
  17. Arizona (16 points)
  18. Nebraska (16 points)
  19. Baylor (15.33 points)
  20. Minnesota (15 points)
  21. Miami (Fla.) (13 points)
  22. Tennessee (11 points)
  23. Oklahoma (11 points)
  24. Texas A&M (11 points)
  25. South Alabama (10 points)
  26. South Florida (10 points)
  27. Penn State (9 points)
  28. Oklahoma State (9 points)
  29. USC (9 points)
  30. Akron (8 points)
  31. Montana State (8 points)
  32. Louisville (7 points)
  33. Miss State (7 points)
  34. North Carolina (7 points)
  35. California (7 points)
  36. Kentucky (6.33 points)
  37. Cincinnati (6 points)
  38. Ohio State (6 points)
  39. Syracuse (6 points)
  40. Iowa (6 points)
  41. Missouri (6 points)
  42. UCLA (6 points)
  43. UTEP (6 points)
  44. South Carolina (5 points)
  45. Wake Forest (5 points)
  46. Gonzaga (5 points)
  47. Alabama State (4 points)
  48. Clemson (4 points)
  49. Fairleigh Dickinson (4 points)
  50. Liberty (4 points)
  51. Michigan State (4 points)
  52. Notre Dame (4 points)
  53. Drake (4 points)
  54. Kansas (4 points)
  55. Eastern Kentucky (3 points)
  56. N. Carolina A&T (3 points)
  57. Navy (3 points)
  58. SE Louisiana (3 points)
  59. Northern Arizona (3 points)
  60. Princeton (2.5 points)
  61. Butler (2 points)
  62. Ole Miss (2 points)
  63. Villanova (2 points)
  64. Cal Poly (2 points)
  65. Iowa State (2 points)
  66. Oregon (2 points)
  67. UTSA (2 points)
  68. Auburn (1 point)
  69. Southern Utah (1 point)

NCAA Women’s Outdoor Championships standings:

  1. Texas (83 points)
  2. Florida (51 points)
  3. Arkansas (46 points)
  4. Oregon (44 points)
  5. Texas A&M (36 points)
  6. Kentucky (28 points)
  7. LSU (26 points)
  8. Nebraska (25 points)
  9. Harvard (23 points)
  10. Georgia (19 points)
  11. Tennessee (19 points)
  12. Oklahoma (18 points)
  13. Utah Valley (18 points)
  14. Michigan (17 points)
  15. USC (16 points)
  16. Utah (16 points)
  17. Ball State (14 points)
  18. Virginia (14 points)
  19. BYU (14 points)
  20. Vanderbilt (13 points)
  21. Stanford (13 points)
  22. Notre Dame (12 points)
  23. Oklahoma State (12 points)
  24. Auburn (11.5 points)
  25. Alabama (11 points)
  26. Ole Miss (11 points)
  27. Virginia Tech (11 points)
  28. Texas Tech (11 points)
  29. Missouri (10.5 points)
  30. Washington (10.5 points)
  31. Campbell (10 points)
  32. Ohio State (10 points)
  33. New Mexico (9 points)
  34. South Dakota (8.5 points)
  35. NC State (8 points)
  36. CBU (8 points)
  37. Florida State (6 points)
  38. West Virginia (6 points)
  39. California (6 points)
  40. Iowa State (6 points)
  41. Oregon State (6 points)
  42. UNLV (6 points)
  43. Duke (5 points)
  44. Arizona (5 points)
  45. Arizona State (5 points)
  46. Baylor (5 points)
  47. Hawaii (5 points)
  48. Kansas State (5 points)
  49. High Point (4 points)
  50. Memphis (4 points)
  51. Rice (4 points)
  52. Clemson (3 points)
  53. Coastal Carolina (3 points)
  54. Penn State (3 points)
  55. Providence (3 points)
  56. Syracuse (2 points)
  57. Arkansas State (2 points)
  58. Colorado St. (2 points)
  59. San Jose St. (2 points)
  60. Texas State (2 points)
  61. UCLA (2 points)
  62. Wisconsin (2 points)
  63. Cincinnati (1 point)
  64. Georgetown (1 point)
  65. Louisville (1 point)
  66. Miami (Fla.) (1 point)
  67. N. Carolina A&T (1 point)
  68. North Carolina (1 point)
  69. Colorado (1 point)
  70. Illinois (1 point)

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