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Watch the 90-minute SEC Indoor Championships highlight show on ESPNU at 7:30 p.m. March 10

Monday March 10, 2014WATCH: SEC Indoor Championships Highlight Show, March 10, 7:30 p.m. on ESPNU

Watch the 90-minute SEC Indoor Championships highlight show on ESPNU at 7:30 p.m. March 10

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The 2014 SEC Indoor Championships will air as part of a 90-minute show on ESPNU Monday, March 10, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET.

 

Watch for highlights from No. 1 Florida’s 2014 SEC Indoor Championship on the women’s side and the men’s second-place finish at the league championships March 1 in College Station, Texas.

 

On the women’s side, the Gators captured their eighth SEC indoor championship, the third in the last five years, while the UF men’s squad notched a sixth-straight top-two finish at Gilliam Indoor Track & Field Stadium on the Texas A&M Campus last week.

 

UF’s SEC Championship gave the Florida athletics program its fourth league title through the 2013-14 campaign so far, as women’s soccer, men’s swimming and men’s basketball all garnered SEC titles this season prior to Saturday, including three in the last week (swimming, basketball, track).

 

SEC INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS RECAP

 

2014 Florida SEC Indoor Champions

1. Cory McGee – 3000m (9:10.48)

2. Eddie Lovett – 60mH (7.67)

3. Arman Hall – 200m (20.59)

4. Ciarra Brewer – Triple Jump (13.59m/44-7)

5. Becky Greene, Loreal Curtis, Agata Strausa, Cory McGee – DMR (11:08.11)

6. Robin Reynolds, Destinee Gause, Kyra Jefferson, Ebony Eutsey – 4x4 (3:30.16)

 

Florida Records Set at 2014 SEC Indoors

1. Women’s Pentathlon: Brittany Harrell (4,137)

2. Women’s High Jump: Taylor Burke (1.87m/6-1.5)

3. Women’s 200m: Kyra Jefferson (22.87)

4. Men’s 4x4: Najee Glass, Hugh Graham, Jr., Dedric Dukes, Arman Hall (3:03.50)

5. Women’s 4x4: Robin Reynolds, Destinee Gause, Kyra Jefferson, Ebony Eutsey (3:30.16)

 

Women’s Team Scores

1. FLORIDA, 102

2. Texas A&M, 96.5

3. Arkansas, 93.5

4. Kentucky, 72

5. Georgia, 64.5

6. LSU, 47

7. Tennessee, 35

8. Mississippi State, 32

9. Missouri, 29.5

10. Alabama, 27

11. Auburn, 25

12. South Carolina, 21.5

13. Vanderbilt, 15.5

 

Men’s Team Scores

1. Arkansas, 121

2. FLORIDA, 106

3. Texas A&M, 83.33

4. Alabama, 76

5. Kentucky, 69.33

6. Georgia, 39

7. Mississippi, 36

8. Auburn, 34.33

9. Tennessee, 34

10. LSU, 26

11. Missouri, 24

12. South Carolina, 14

 

 

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