No. 1 status for Arkansas in first installment of indoor rankings

NEW ORLEANS –Arkansas women’s track and field team is the top ranked team in the first edition of the national rating index produced by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Following two weeks of competition, the Razorbacks have generated 21 top-10 national marks, which includes the top three times both in the mile and 3,000m.

Arkansas holds the No. 1 position in the rating index by a sizeable margin (336.84 to 171.35) over Texas A&M while Georgia, Texas, and Alabama round out the top five positions.

The next five schools among the top 10 include Southern California, LSU, Texas Tech, Kentucky and Tennessee. Other SEC schools among the top 25 are Florida (15) and South Carolina (19).

Arkansas athletes with marks among the top 10 nationally include:

60m Jada Baylark 10) 7.32
200m Jayla Hollis 7) 23.31
200m Tiana Wilson 9) 23.38
400m Morgan Burks-Magee 3) 52.81
400m Rosey Effiong 7) 53.14
400m Paris Peoples 8) 53.21
800m Shafiqua Maloney 3) 2:05.52
800m Kennedy Thomson 7) 2:07.41
Mile Krissy Gear 1) 4:38.22
Mile Logan Morris 2) 4:39.01
Mile Lauren Gregory 3) 4:39.05
Mile Katie Izzo 6) 4:40.27
Mile Kennedy Thomson 7) 4:41.48
Mile Gracie Hyde 10) 4:43.30
3000m Lauren Gregory 1) 9:01.44
3000m Logan Morris 2) 9:09.45
3000m Katie Izzo 3) 9:12.62
3000m Gracie Hyde 8) 9:23.27
4×400 Arkansas 1) 3:32.18
PV Nastassja Campbell 4) 14-2 (4.32)
PV Bailee McCorkle 9) 13-10 (4.22)