Of note, The Texas A&M men's squad won its first ever NCAA title, while OR continued its dynasty on the women's side.
The Montgomery, Vt., native crossed the finish line at Texas A&M's Gilliam Indoor Stadium in 4:31.88, just behind race-winner Karisa Nelson of Samford (4:31.24).
The Ducks had a significant misstep in Friday's women's 200-meter preliminaries. Cunliffe, Washington and Stevens all qualified for Saturday's 100 final. After clearing the opening three bars with just one miss, Rhodes was just one of six vaulters left in the competition as the bar was raised to 14-5.25 [4.40m].
Williams improved her own school record in the weight throw to 62-8.
Harris, a 2016 NCAA Outdoor All-American and USATF Olympic Trials qualifier in the event, got out of traffic early and set him self up at the front of the pack, holding his position through the 600-meter mark.
Cheserek broke the collegiate record in the event two weeks ago with a time of 3:52.01, and we was on his game at nationals, as his 28 points over the weekend broke the individual scoring record in NCAA Division I meet history.
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Danae Rivers may be classified as a freshman when it comes to her eligibility, but Saturday night she ran like a seasoned veteran in the final of the women's mile.
Their 30 points scored on the final day of the meet secured the Tigers a sixth-place team finish after entering the meet with a No. 12 national ranking by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
The UO men aren't out of contention for a fourth consecutive men's team title. Maton will also join Cheserek in the 3,000 final.
Texas A&M won the men's title with 46 points, a half of a point more than Florida.
Moments after Rhodes clinched the runner-up placing, the attention shifted to the track as Willis ran in the finals of the 200 meters.
Catch a replay of this weekend's NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships tomorrow March 12 at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2.