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    SEC Indoor Championships: Day One

    By: Sean Cartell
    Twitter: @SEC_Sean
    SEC Digital Network

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    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – It was a record-setting opening day of the 2013 Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships as Arkansas’ Makeba Alcide broke the collegiate record in the pentathlon Friday with a career-best and SEC-record score of 4,569 to claim the event at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

    Alcide, who led the nation with a career-best pentathlon score of 4,464 heading into today’s meet, shattered her personal-record and broke former Oregon standout Brianne Theisen’s previous collegiate record of 4,555.

    In winning the women’s pentathlon high jump on Friday, Alcide set the previous SEC pentathlon meet record in that event with a winning leap of 6-1.50. The previous SEC record was 6-0 set by Tonya Lee of Tennessee in 1991 and matched by Georgia’s Hyleas Fountain in 2004.

    “I wasn’t going for a record,” Alcide said. “I just want to win and give my team 10 points. It just happened. I had four [personal bests] again, which is good, but I didn’t have a PR in my best event.”

    Arkansas and Texas A&M, which had athletes finish third and fifth in the pentathlon, are each tied for the women’s team lead with 10 total points. Georgia is third overall in the team standings with eight points, while Florida is fourth with five.

    Georgia’s Garrett Scantling, who entered the meet ranked ninth nationally in the event, leads the men’s heptathlon following the opening four events. Scantling has put together a personal-best four-event total of 3,304, while teammate Maicel Uibo is second with a score of 3,197. Arkansas’ Nathanael Franks is in third place with a score of 3,081.

    The remaining three events of the men’s heptathlon will be contested beginning at 2:10 p.m. CT Saturday. The Bulldogs are looking to win their first SEC heptathlon crown since Cory Holman took home the title in 2010.

    The 2013 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships continue on Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. CT at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

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    2013 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships Day One Notes
    •    Arkansas’ Makeba Alcide won her second consecutive SEC pentathlon title with a score of 4,569, breaking former Oregon standout Brianne Theisen’s collegiate record of 4,555.
    •    Alcide set the SEC pentathlon meet record in the high jump, winning the event with a leap of 6-1.50. The previous SEC record was 6-0 set by Tonya Lee of Tennessee in 1991 and matched by Georgia’s Hyleas Fountain in 2004.
    •    Georgia’s Garrett Scantling leads the men’s heptathlon competition through four events, while his teammate Maicel Uibo is second currently. The Bulldogs are looking to win their first SEC heptathlon crown since Cory Holman took home the title in 2010.

    2013 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships Day One Quotes

    Makeba Alcide, Arkansas, Pentathlon


    “I wasn’t going for a record. I just want to win and give my team 10 points. It just happened. I had four (personal bests) again which is good but I didn’t have a PR in my best event.”
     
    “In an interview earlier this year, one of the reporters asked me if I had peaked and I said no. Today just shows I didn’t.”
     
    “I was just playing it safe for the first three laps (of the 800 meters) because of my quad to make sure that I could finish. When I felt that I could, I just kicked it in.”
     
    (on giving herself a birthday gift Sunday)
    “Win the high jump and I hope my team wins the SEC meet. That would be a wonderful gift.”
     
    2013 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships Day One Agate

    Women’s Team Standings (through one event):
    T1. Arkansas 10; T1. Texas A&M 10; 3. Georgia 8; 4. Florida 5; 5. LSU 3; 6. Missouri 2; 7. South Carolina 1.

    Women’s Pentathlon Standings (final): 1. Makeba Alcide, AR 4,569; 2. Lucie Ondraschkova, UG 4,208; 3. Jena Hemann, AM 4,017; 4. Lorraine Graham, UF 4,010; 5. Annie Kunz, AM 3,994; 6. Therese Jernbeck, LS 3,864; 7. Morgan Whitson, MU 3,828; 8. Chalese Davis, SC 3,827; 9. Fabia McDonald, UM 3,823; 10. Jennifer Cannon, VU 3,685; 11. Katrine Haarklau, MU 3,677; 12. Mary Nall, UM 3,587; 13. Erica Bougard, MS 3,582; 14. Kaitlyn Moreau, LS 3,501; 15. Janetra Gleaves, VU 3,328.

    Women’s Pentathlon 60m Hurdles: 1. Erica Bougard, MS 8.35 (1,050 points); 2. Makeba Alcide, AR 8.35 (1,050 points); 3. Lorraine Graham, UF 8.44 (1,030 points); 4. Chalese Davis, SC 8.45 (1,028 points); 5. Annie Kunz, AM 8.65 (984 points); 6. Jennifer Cannon, VU 8.69 (976 points); 7. Janetra Gleaves, VU 8.71 (971 points); 8. Kaitlyn Moreau, LS 8.73 (967 points); 9. Jena Hemann, AM 8.81 (950 points); 10. Lucie Ondraschkova, UG 8.83 (946 points); 11. Katrine Haarklau, MU 8.85 (941 points); 12. Fabia McDonald, UM 8.85 (941 points); 13. Mary Nall, UM 9.10 (889 points); 14. Morgan Whitson, MU 9.25 (858 points); 15. Therese Jernbeck, LS 9.36 (836 points).

    Women’s Pentathlon High Jump: 1. Makeba Alcide, AR 1.87m/6-1.50 (1,067 points); 2. Erica Bougard, MS 1.78m/5-10 (953 points); T3. Jena Hemann, AM 1.75m/5-8.75 (916 points); T3. Lucie Ondraschkova, UG 1.75m/5-8.75 (916 points); T5. Annie Kunz, AM 1.72m/5-7.75 (879 points); T5. Morgan Whitson, MU 1.72m/5-7.75 (879 points); T7. Jennifer Cannon, VU 1.66m/5-5.25 (806 points); T7. Mary Nall, UM 1.66m/5-5.25 (806 points); T9. Therese Jernbeck, LS 1.63m/5-4.25 (771 points); T9. Chalese Davis (SC) 1.63m/5-4.25 (771 points); T11. Lorraine Graham, UF 1.60m/5-3 (736 points); T11. Fabia McDonald, UM 1.60m/5-3 (736 points); T11. Kaitlyn Moreau, LS 1.60m/5-3 (736 points); 14. Katrine Haarklau, MU 1.54m/5-0.50 (666 points); 15. Janetra Gleaves, VU 1.51m/4-11.50 (632 points).

    Women’s Pentathlon Shot Put: 1. Morgan Whitson, MU 12.72m/41-8.75 (709 points); 2. Jena Hemann, AM 12.55m/41-2.25 (698 points); 3. Lorraine Graham, UF 12.44m/40-9.75 (690 points); 4. Makeba Alcide, AR 12.32m/40-5 (682 points); 5. Annie Kunz, AM 12.28m/40-3.50 (680 points); 6. Therese Jernbeck, LS 12.25m/40-2.25 (678 points); 7. Katrine Haarklau, MU 11.87m/38-11.50 (653 points); 8. Lucie Ondraschkova, UG 11.12m/36-5.75 (603 points); 9. Erica Bougard, MS 10.99m/36-0.75 (594 points); 10. Kaitlyn Moreau, LS 10.65m/34-11.25 (572 points); 11. Fabia McDonald, UM 10.57m/34-8.25 (567 points); 12. Chalese Davis, SC 10.38m/34-0.75 (554 points); 13. Mary Nall, UM 10.20m/33-5.75 (543 points); 14. Janetra Gleaves, VU 10.19m/33-5.25 (542 points); 15. Jennifer Cannon, VU 9.85m/32-3.75 (520 points).

    Women’s Pentathlon Long Jump: 1. Erica Bougard, MS 6.43m/21-1.25 (985 points); 2. Makeba Alcide, AR 6.15m/20-2.25 (896 points); 3. Lorraine Graham, UF 6.13m/20-1.50 (890 points); 4. Lucie Ondraschkova, UG 6.06m/19-10.75 (868 points); 5. Fabia McDonald, UM 5.80m/19-0.50 (789 points); 6. Jena Hemann, AM 5.64m/18-6 (741 points); 7. Chalese Davis, SC 5.62m/18-5.25 (735 points); 8. Annie Kunz, AM 5.51m/18-1 (703 points); 9. Therese Jernbeck, LS 5.50m/18-0.50 (700 points); 10. Morgan Whitson, MU 5.43m/17-9.75 (680 points); 11. Mary Nall, UM 5.38m/17-8 (665 points); 12. Jennifer Cannon, VU 5.34m/17-6.25 (654 points); 13. Katrine Haarklau, MU 5.23m/17-2 (623 points); 14. Kaitlyn Moreau, LS 5.19m/17-0.50 (612 points); 15. Janetra Gleaves, VU 5.13m/16-10 (595 points).

    Women’s Pentathlon 800m: 1. Therese Jernbeck, LS 2:15.99 (879 points); 2. Lucie Ondraschkova, UG 2:16.23 (875 points); 3. Makeba Alcide, AR 2:16.37 (874 points); 4. Katrine Haarklau, MU 2:22.17 (794 points); 5. Fabia McDonald, UM 2:22.46 (790 points); 6. Annie Kunz, AM 2:25.68 (748 points); 7. Chalese Davis, SC 2:26.35 (739 points); 8. Jennifer Cannon, VU 2:27.18 (729 points); 9. Jena Hemann, AM 2:28.50 (712 points); 10. Morgan Whitson, MU 2:29.27 (702 points); 11. Mary Nall, UM 2:30.73 (684 points); 12. Lorraine Graham, UF 2:32.29 (664 points); 13. Kaitlyn Moreau, LS 2:36.46 (614 points); 14. Janetra Gleaves, VU 2:38.71 (588 points); --. Erica Bougard, MS DQ

    Men’s Heptathlon Standings (through four events): 1. Garrett Scantling, UG 3,304; 2. Maicel Uibo, UG 3,197; 3. Nathanael Franks, AR 3,081; 4. Matt Kirbos, AR 3,049; 5. Devon Williams, UG 3,038; 6. Julius Sommer, AR 3,000; 7. Parker Shearer, AU 2,810; 8. Coren Crompton, AU 2,720; 9. Tim Gilman, MU 2,663; 10. Peyton Moss, UM 2,638; 11. Daniel Buckles, UK 2,622; 12. Ben Lapane, UM DNF.

    Men’s Heptathlon 60m: 1. Garrett Scantling, UG 6.95 (900 points); 2. Devon Williams, UG 7.08 (854 points); 3. Matt Kirbos, AR 7.12 (840 points); 4. Maicel Uibo, UG 7.22 (806 points); 5. Nathanael Franks, AR 7.27 (789 points); 6. Peyton Moss, UM 7.30 (779 points); 7. Julius Sommer, AR 7.34 (765 points); 8. Coren Crompton, AU 7.38 (752 points); 9. Tim Gilman, MU 7.48 (719 points); 10. Parker Shearer, AU 7.59 (684 points); 11. Daniel Buckles, UK 7.60 (618 points); 12. Ben Lapane, UM 7.60 (681 points).

    Men’s Heptathlon Long Jump: 1. Devon Williams, UG 7.25m/23-9.50 (874 points); 2. Maicel Uibo, UG 7.19m/23-7.25 (859 points); 3. Garrett Scantling, UG 7.14m/23-5.25 (847 points); 4. Matt Kirbos, AR 7.09m/23-3.25 (835 points); 5. Julius Sommer, AR 7.04m/23-1.25 (823 points); 6. Nathanael Franks, AR 6.99m/22-11.25 (811 points); 7. Parker Shearer, AU 6.71m/22-0.25 (746 points); 8. Coren Crompton, AU 6.57m/21-6.75 (713 points); 9. Daniel Buckles, UK 6.50m/21-4 (697 points); 10. Peyton Moss, UM 6.33m/20-9.25 (659 points); 11. Tim Gilman, MU 6.09m/19-11.75 (606 points); --. Ben Lapane, UM – F.

    Men’s Heptathlon Shot Put: 1. Garrett Scantling, UG 14.26m/46-9.50 (744 points); 2. Nathanael Franks, AR 13.91m/45-7.75 (723 points); 3. Matt Kirbos, AR 13.45m/44-1.50 (695 points); 4. Maicel Uibo, UG 13.40m/43-11.75 (692 points); 5. Julius Sommer, AR 13.22m/43-4.50 (681 points); 6. Tim Gilman, MU 12.86m/42-2.25 (659 points); 7. Parker Shearer, AU 12.25m/40-2.25 (622 points); 8. Devon Williams, UG 11.98m/39-3.75 (605 points); 9. Peyton Moss, UM 11.45m/37-6.75 (573 points); 10. Daniel Buckles, UK 11.32m/37-1.75 (565 points); 11. Coren Crompton, AU 10.63m/34-10.50 (524 points).

    Men’s Heptathlon High Jump: 1. Maicel Uibo, UG 2.04m/6-8.25 (840 points); 2. Garrett Scantling, UG 2.01m/6-7 (813 points); T3. Parker Shearer, AU 1.95m/6-4.75 (758 points); T3. Nathanael Franks, AR 1.95m/6-4.75 (758 points); T5. Coren Crompton, AU 1.92m/6-3.50 (731 points); T5. Julius Sommer, AR 1.92m/6-3.50 (731 points); 7. Devon Williams, UG 1.89m/6-2.25 (705 points); T8. Matt Kirbos, AR 1.86m/6-1.25 (679 points); T8. Tim Gilman, MU 1.86m/6-1.25 (679 points); T8. Daniel Buckles, UK 1.86m/6-1.25 (679 points); 11. Peyton Moss, UM 1.80m/5-10.75 (627 points).