Florida won the Division I women’s outdoor track & field championship on Saturday, a first in the program’s history.
Florida finished with 74 points, 10 points ahead of Texas. The Gators were led by Jasmine Moore and Anna Hall as they scored 20 and 18 points, respectively. In total, Florida had five first place finishes as 11 entries scored. See the breakdown below
|Jasmine Moore||Long Jump||1st||10|
|Jasmine Moore||Triple Jump||1st||10|
|Talitha Diggs||400 meters||1st||10|
|Anna Hall||400 meter hurdles||2nd||8|
|Parker Valby||5000 meters||2nd||8|
|Imogen Barrett||800 meters||4th||5|
|Claire Bryant||Triple Jump||5th||4|
|Natricia Hooper||Triple Jump||6th||3|
|Vanessa Watson||400 meter hurdles||7th||2|
On Friday, the Gators also won the men’s title, making this year’s squads the seventh program to sweep the outdoor team titles and the first to do so since 2015.
The Gators are the fourth program to win three of four track titles during a calendar year, also the first since 2015.
Rinse and Repeat! pic.twitter.com/ACf5OeMraS
— Gators Track and Field & Cross Country (@GatorsTF) June 12, 2022
Florida is now tied for the fifth-most team track championships overall. And because they won the indoor women’s title earlier this year, the Gators are the 15th women’s program to sweep team titles.