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Looking back: SEC outdoor event champions

05/08/2013
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE – The No. 4 Razorback men begin their championship season with the SEC Outdoor Championships, set for May 9-12 at Audrey J. Walton Stadium in Columbia, Mo. Arkansas is the two-time defending outdoor champion and has won six consecutive SEC competitions, dating back to the 2011 SEC Outdoor Championships in Athens, Ga.

Overall, the Razorbacks have won 17 SEC outdoor team titles and 107 event titles since joining the league in 1991-92. Last year, Arkansas scored 196 points and racked up eight titles on its way to completing the team’s 2011-12 SEC Triple Crown campaign. A complete list of the Razorbacks’ event champions is below.

Arkansas has won at least 10 titles in six events—1,500m, 5,000m, 10,000m, 3,000m steeplechase, long jump and triple jump—with a program-best 15 wins in the 10K, most recently won by Eric Fernandez in 2012. The Razorbacks’ 2013 roster features eight past SEC outdoor champions with Fernandez, Neil Braddy, Caleb Cross, Akheem Gauntlett, Raymond Higgs, Andrew Irwin, Kevin Lazas and Marek Niit.

The 2013 SEC Championships will be streamed live by ESPN3 on Saturday, May 11 from 3:40-6:45 p.m. (CT), and Sunday, May 12 from 2:50-6:45 p.m. Competition outside of the ESPN3 coverage will be available on MUTigers.com. The 2013 SEC Outdoor Championships will air as part of a 90-minute show on ESPNU on Thursday, May 23 at 7 p.m. Dwight Stones and Larry Rawson will handle the play-by-play and color commentary duties, respectively, while Lewis Johnson will be along for trackside reports.

For continued coverage of Arkansas track and field and other University of Arkansas athletics, please log on to ArkansasRazorbacks.com. Keep up with Arkansas cross country and track and field with the team’s sports-specific RazorbackTF Facebook and Twitter pages.

Arkansas’ SEC Outdoor Champions

200 Meters (2/2)
    Derrick Thompson – 1995
    Marek Niit – 2011

800 Meters (8/6)
    Brandon Rock – 1995
    Seneca Lassiter – 1996, 1998-99
    James Karanu – 2000
    James Hatch – 2005
    Alex McClary – 2009
    Dorian Ulrey – 2011

1,500 Meters (14/10)
    Michael Morin – 1992
    Niall Bruton – 1993
    Graham Hood – 1994
    Ryan Wilson – 1996
    Seneca Lassiter – 1997-99
    James Karanu – 2000
    Chris Mulvaney – 2002-03
    Alistair Cragg – 2004
    Dorian Ulrey – 2009, 2011
    Duncan Phillips - 2012

5,000 Meters (14/12)
    Niall Bruton – 1993
    Jason Bunston – 1994
    Godfrey Siamusiye – 1995-96
    Sean Kaley – 1997
    Michael Power – 1998
    Daniel Lincoln – 2002
    Alistair Cragg – 2003-04
    Peter Kosgei – 2005
    Josphat Boit – 2006
    James Strang – 2008
    Shawn Forest – 2009
    Lane Boyer – 2012

10,000 Meters (15/10)
    Frank Haley – 1992-93
    Teddy Mitchell – 1994
    Godfrey Siamusiye – 1995-96
    Ryan Wilson – 1997
    Sean Kaley – 1998
    Adam Dailey – 1999-2000
    Daniel Lincoln – 2002
    Alistair Cragg – 2003-04
    Josphat Boit – 2005-06
    Eric Fernandez – 2012

110m Hurdles (4/3)
    Chris Phillips – 1992, 1994
    Harry Jones – 1996
    Kevin White – 1997

400m Hurdles (4/4)
    Chris Phillips – 1994
    Shannon Sidney – 1997
    Samuel Glover – 2000
    Caleb Cross – 2012

3,000m Steeplechase (10/5)
    Godfrey Siamusiye – 1995-96
    Matt Kerr – 1997-99
    Daniel Lincoln – 2001-03
    Peter Kosgei – 2005
    Scott MacPherson – 2009

4x100m Relay (1)
    Braddy/Cross/Gauntlett/Niit – 2012

4x400m Relay (2)
    Davis/French/Henderson/Hughes – 1994
    Baker/Glover/Lister/Stanley – 2000

High Jump (7/3)
    Ray Doakes – 1992-95
    Kenny Evans – 1998, 2001
    Alain Bailey – 2009

Pole Vault (2/2)
    Jeremy Scott – 2004
    Andrew Irwin – 2012

Long Jump (10/5)
    Erick Walder – 1992-94
    Robert Howard – 1997-98
    Melvin Lister – 2000
    Alain Bailey – 2008-10
    Raymond Higgs - 2012

Triple Jump (10/5)
    Jerome Romain – 1994-95
    Robert Howard – 1996-98
    Melvin Lister – 1999
    Jaanus Uudmae – 2005
    Nkosinza Balumbu – 2006-08

Shot Put (1/1)
    Marcus Clavelle – 2000

Javelin (2/2)
    Eric Brown – 2006
    Luke Laird – 2008

Decathlon (1/1)
    Kevin Lazas - 2012

(BOLD – current Razorbacks)

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