This is the continued series leading up to the 2015 NCAA Indoor Championships in which the Razorbacks’ top qualifiers are featured. For the 12th time since first hosting in 2000, Fayetteville serves as the host site for the national meet. This year’s NCAA Indoor Championships will be contested March 13-14 at the Randal Tyson Track Center.
Dominique Scott, 3,000 meters
When to Watch
Saturday, March 14 at 8 p.m. (CT)
How She Qualified
Scott clocked a nation-leading and school-record time of 8:52.57 to win the 3,000 meters at the Husky Classic. With her performance, she posted the fifth-fastest time by a collegian in all conditions. Scott enters the meet of a mile-3K double at the SEC Indoor Championships in Lexington. During her standout indoor campaign, she has also set the school record in the mile with a time of 4:32.48 at the McCravy Memorial.
History at the NCAA Championships
The Capetown, South Africa, native is making her second appearance at the NCAA Indoor Championships, both coming as a participant at 3,000 meters. Last year, she was the national runner-up in the event. Arkansas has one NCAA title at 3,000 meters from Sarah Schwald at the 1995 national meet. Scott is now a two-time national champion with the Razorbacks’ distance-medley relay successfully defending its title Friday night in a school-record time of 10:51.89, the No. 2 time in NCAA history.
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