Jenny Barringer set collegiate records in six events representing the Colorado Buffaloes, though none of them still stand
Elijah Hall posing with the clock after setting a collegiate record of 20.02 seconds in the indoor 200 m, a mark that also stands as the American record and the #2 performance of all time

The United States collegiate records in track and field are the best marks in track and field events from collegiate athletes (of any nationality), done while the athletes were competing for an American institution of higher education. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) track and field system has been touted as one of the main reasons for the success of the United States on the global stage of athletics.[1] All of the collegiate records come from athletes competing in the NCAA, with the exception of the outdoor women's 1500 metres record (NAIA).

In the case of outdoor record-breaking performances achieved during the summer after the relevant national collegiate spring track and field championship (for example, the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships) has passed, both the best summer mark and the best in-season mark are listed.

Some of the records are maintained by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association or the Track & Field News publication.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

Outdoor

Key:   Awaiting USTFCCCA ratification   record by American-born athlete(s) (only where marks would differ)
+ = en route to a longer distance
A = assisted by altitude
h = hand timing
OT = oversized indoor track (greater than 200m in circumference)
PS = mark made in postseason after the spring collegiate national championships

Men

Event Record Athlete Team Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 9.82 (+1.3 m/s) Christian Coleman University of Tennessee June 7, 2017 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [2]
200 m 19.69 (+0.9 m/s) Walter Dix Florida State University May 25, 2007 NCAA DI East Regional Gainesville, Florida [2]
400 m 43.61 Michael Norman University of Southern California June 8, 2018 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [9]
43.50 PS Quincy Watts University of Southern California August 5, 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain [9]
800 m 1:43.25 Kenya Michael Saruni University of Texas at El Paso April 28, 2018 Desert Heat Classic Tucson, Ariz. [2]
1:43.55 Donavan Brazier Texas A&M University June 10, 2016 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [5]
1500 m 3:33.74 Kenya Eliud Kipsang University of Alabama April 15, 2022 Bryan Clay Invitational Azusa, California [10]
3:30.20 PS Spain Mario García University of Mississippi July 19, 2022 World Championships Eugene, Oregon [11]
3:30.90 PS Andrew Wheating University of Oregon July 22, 2010 Herculis Monaco [2]
Mile 3:52.44 South Africa United States Sydney Maree Villanova University May 30, 1981 Villanova, Pennsylvania Villanova, Pennsylvania [5]
3:53.2 h Jim Ryun University of Kansas June 2, 1967 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles, California [5]
3:53.2 h Tony Waldrop University of North Carolina April 27, 1974 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [5]
3:50.34 PS Todd Harbour Baylor University July 11, 1981 Oslo, Norway Oslo, Norway [5]
3000 m 7:37.70 Rudy Chapa University of Oregon May 10, 1979 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [5]
7:32.1 h PS Kenya Henry Rono Washington State University June 27, 1978 Oslo, Norway Oslo, Norway [5]
5000 m 13:06.32 Abdihamid Nur Northern Arizona University May 6, 2022 Sound Running Track Meet San Juan Capistrano, California [12]
13:00.95 PS Kenya United States Lawi Lalang University of Arizona July 19, 2013 Fontvieille, Monaco Fontvieille, Monaco [5]
10000 m 26:52.72 Nico Young Northern Arizona University March 16, 2024 The TEN San Juan Capistrano, California [13]
110 m hurdles 12.98 (+0.8 m/s) Grant Holloway University of Florida June 8, 2019 NCAA Division I Championships Austin, Texas [14]
12.96 (+1.3 m/s) PS Cordell Tinch Pittsburg State University June 23, 2023 Trackwired Arkansas Grand Prix Fayetteville, Arkansas [15]
400 m hurdles 47.02 Rai Benjamin University of Southern California June 8, 2018 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [16]
3000 m steeplechase 8:05.4 h Kenya Henry Rono Washington State University May 13, 1978 Northwest Relays Seattle, Wash. [2]
8:13.87 PS James Corrigan Brigham Young University June 29, 2024 Penn Relays Summer Showcase Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [17]
High jump 2.38 m A Hollis Conway Louisiana-Lafayette June 3, 1989 NCAA Division I Championships Provo, Utah [2]
Pole vault 6.00 m United States Sweden Armand Duplantis Louisiana State University May 11, 2019 SEC Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [18]
Long jump 8.74 m A (+2.0 m/s) Erick Walder University of Arkansas April 2, 1994 UTEP Springtime Invitational El Paso, Texas [2]
Triple jump 17.87 m (+1.3 m/s) Jamaica Jaydon Hibbert University of Arkansas May 13, 2023 SEC Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana [19]
17.54 m Mike Conley Sr. University of Arkansas June 1, 1985 Austin, Texas Austin, Texas [5]
Shot put 22.00 m John Godina University of California, Los Angeles June 3, 1995 NCAA Division I Championships Knoxville, Tennessee [2]
Discus throw 71.00 m Lithuania Mykolas Alekna University of California, Berkeley April 29, 2023 Big Meet Berkeley, California [20]
74.35 m WR[a] Lithuania Mykolas Alekna University of California, Berkeley April 14, 2024 Oklahoma Throws Series World Invitational Ramona, Oklahoma [21][22][23]
67.45 m Sam Mattis University of Pennsylvania March 19, 2016 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [5]
Hammer throw 81.94 m Hungary Balazs Kiss University of Southern California May 19, 1995 Pac-10 Championships Tucson, Arizona [2]
78.34 m Ken Flax University of Oregon June 7, 1986 Indianapolis, Indiana [5]
82.56 m PS Hungary Balazs Kiss University of Southern California August 23, 1995 Veszprém, Hungary [5]
Javelin throw 89.10 m Sweden Patrik Boden University of Texas at Austin March 24, 1990 Texas Quad Meet Austin, Texas [2]
83.28 m Tom Pukstys University of Florida April 28, 1990 Gainesville, Florida [5]
Decathlon 8961 pts Germany Leo Neugebauer University of Texas at Austin June 5-6, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [24]
100m (wind) Long jump (wind) Shot put High jump 400m 110H (wind) Discus Pole vault Javelin 1500m
10.64 (+0.1 m/s) 7.86 m (+0.9 m/s) 17.46 m 2.07 m 48.03 14.36 (+0.0 m/s) 57.70 m 5.21 m 56.64 m 4:44.61
8720 pts Kyle Garland University of Georgia May 6–7, 2022 USATF Combined Events Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [25]
4 × 100 m relay 37.90 United States Brandon Hicklin

United States Dorian Camel
United States Da'Marcus Fleming
Nigeria Godson Oghenebrume

Louisiana State University May 13, 2023 SEC Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana [26]
37.93 Ryan Willie
Jacory Patterson
PJ Austin
Robert Gregory
University of Florida May 13, 2023 SEC Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana [26]
4 × 200 m relay 1:19.67 Jamaica Lindel Frater
Jamaica Ricardo Williams
Doc Patton
Saint Kitts and Nevis Kim Collins
Texas Christian University April 29, 2000 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [5]
1:20.26 Joel Andrews 20.9h
James Sanford 20.1h
Billy Mullins 19.6h
Clancy Edwards 19.8h
University of Southern California May 27, 1978 Tempe, Arizona Tempe, Arizona [5]
4 × 400 m relay 2:57.74 Nigeria Emmanuel Bamidele
Jacory Patterson
Jamaica Jevaughn Powell (44.94)
Ryan Willie (44.28)
University of Florida 9 June 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Austin, Texas [27]
2:58.53 Jacory Patterson 44.4
Ryan Willie 44.5
Jacob Miley 46.0
Champion Allison

43.6

University of Florida April 16, 2022 Tom Jones Invitational Gainesville, Florida
4 × 800 m relay 7:08.96 Pete Richardson 1:47.5
Eddie Davis 1:47.8
Treg Scott 1:48.1
Mike Stahr 1:45.6
Arizona State University April 7, 1984 Sun Angel Classic Tempe, Arizona [5]
4 × 1500 m relay 14:50.2 Keith Iovine 3:48.8
United Kingdom United States Gary Taylor 3:38.6
David Swain 3:41.6
Republic of Ireland Paul Donovan 3:41.2
University of Arkansas April 27, 1985 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [5][28]
14:53.34 Rich Kenah 3:48.4
Peter Sherry 3:41.7
Steve Holman 3:40.0
John Trautmann 3:43.2
Georgetown University April 27, 1991 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [5]
4 × Mile relay 15:51.91 Sean Donoghue 3:59.32
Charlie O' Donovan 4:00.09
Marco Langon 3:58.18
Liam Murphy 3:54.32
Villanova University April 27, 2024 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [29]
Sprint medley relay (2-2-4-8) 3:11.94 Fred Kerley
Elijah Morrow
Mylik Kerley
Devin Dixon
Texas A&M University April 28, 2017 SEC Relays Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Distance medley relay 9:20.10 Reuben Reina 2:53.9
Charles Williams 46.4
Robert Bradley 1:46.0
Joe Falcon 3:53.8
University of Arkansas April 28, 1989 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [5]
Shuttle hurdle relay (4x110 m) 53.94 (+2.3 m/s) Corey Taylor
Fred Townsend
Charles Ryan
Kenneth Ferguson
University of South Carolina April 25, 2003 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [30][31]

Women

Event Record Athlete Team Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.75 (+1.6 m/s) Sha'Carri Richardson Louisiana State University June 8, 2019 NCAA Division I Championships Austin, Texas [32]
200 m 21.80 (+1.3 m/s) Abby Steiner University of Kentucky June 11, 2022 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [33]
21.77 PS

(-0.3 m/s)

Abby Steiner University of Kentucky June 26, 2022 USA Championships Eugene, Oregon
400 m 48.89 Jamaica Nickisha Pryce University of Arkansas June 8, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [34]
49.13 Britton Wilson University of Arkansas May 13, 2023 SEC Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana [35]
800 m 1:57.73 Athing Mu Texas A&M University April 17, 2021 [b] Michael Johnson Invitational Waco, Texas [36]
1:55.04 PS Athing Mu Texas A&M University August 21, 2021 Prefontaine Classic Eugene, Oregon [37]
1500 m 3:59.90 Jenny Barringer University of Colorado Boulder June 7, 2009 Nike Prefontaine Classic Eugene, Oregon [2]
3:59.17 PS Addison Wiley Huntington University (NAIA) September 8, 2023 Memorial Van Damme Brussels, Belgium [38]
Mile run 4:29.04 Canada Angela Chalmers Northern Arizona University May 16, 1987 Westwood, California Westwood, California [6]
4:30.36 Leann Warren University of Oregon May 10, 1981 UCLA-Pepsi Invitational Westwood, California [39][40]
4:27.31 PS Suzy Hamilton University of Wisconsin August 6, 1989 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles, California
3000 m 8:37.25 PS Vicki Huber University of Villanova September 25, 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea [6]
5000 m 14:52.18 Parker Valby University of Florida June 8, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [41]
14:51.44 PS June 24, 2024 US Olympic Trials Eugene, Oregon [42]
10000 m 30:50.43 Parker Valby University of Florida April 11, 2024 Bryan Clay Invitational Azusa, California [43]
100 m hurdles 12.36 (+2.0 m/s) Masai Russell University of Kentucky April 1, 2023 Texas Relays Austin, Texas [44]
400 m hurdles 52.75 Sydney McLaughlin University of Kentucky May 13, 2018 SEC Championships Knoxville, Tennessee [2]
3000 m steeplechase 9:15.24 Kenya Doris Lemngole University of Alabama June 8, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [45]
9:16.00 Courtney Wayment Brigham Young University June 11, 2022 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [46]
9:09.91 PS Courtney Wayment Brigham Young University August 10, 2022 Herculis Fontvieille, Monaco
High jump 1.99 m Brigetta Barrett University of Arizona May 11, 2013 Pac-12 Championships Los Angeles, California [2]
2.03 m PS Brigetta Barrett University of Arizona August 11, 2012 Olympic Games London, England
Pole vault 4.73 m Olivia Gruver University of Washington March 30, 2019 Stanford Invitational Stanford, California [47]
Long jump 7.14 m (+1.0 m/s) Tara Davis University of Texas March 26, 2021 [c] Texas Relays Austin, Texas [48]
Triple jump 14.78 m (+1.3 m/s) Jasmine Moore University of Florida June 10, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Austin, Texas [49]
Shot put 20.01 m Jaida Ross University of Oregon May 23, 2024 NCAA West First Round Fayetteville, Arkansas [50]
Discus throw 70.22 m Netherlands Jorinde van Klinken Arizona State University May 23, 2021 USATF Throws Festival Tucson, Arizona [51]
65.22 m Suzy Powell University of California, Los Angeles May 10, 1997 Modesto, California
Hammer throw 77.67 m Canada Camryn Rogers University of California, Berkeley 9 June 2022 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [52]
74.53 Maggie Ewen Arizona State University April 6, 2018 Sun Angel Track Classic Tempe, Arizona
Javelin throw 64.19 m The Bahamas Rhema Otabor University of Nebraska June 6, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [53]
62.19 m Maggie Malone Texas A&M University June 9, 2016 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [2]
Heptathlon 6527 pts Jamaica Diane Guthrie George Mason University June 2–3, 1995 NCAA Division I Championships Knoxville, Tennessee [2]
6755 pts PS Anna Hall University of Florida July 17–18, 2022 World Championships Eugene, Oregon [54]
4 × 100 m relay 41.55 Saint Lucia Julien Alfred
Ezinne Abba
Republic of Ireland Rhasidat Adeleke
Jamaica Kevona Davis
University of Texas at Austin June 8, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Austin, Texas [55]
42.05 Mikiah Brisco
Kortnei Johnson
Rachel Misher
Aleia Hobbs
Louisiana State University May 13, 2018 SEC Championships Knoxville, Tennessee [2]
4 × 200 m relay 1:28.05 Republic of Ireland Rhasidat Adeleke
Saint Lucia Julien Alfred
Jamaica Kevona Davis
Lanae Thomas
University of Texas at Austin April 1, 2023 Texas Relays Austin, Texas [56]
1:28.78 Makenzie Dunmore
Hannah Cunliffe
Deajah Stevens
Ariana Washington
University of Oregon April 1, 2017 Florida Relays Gainesville, Florida [6]
4 × 400 m relay 3:17.96 United Kingdom Amber Anning
Rosey Effiong
Jamaica Nickisha Pryce
Kaylyn Brown
University of Arkansas June 8, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Eugene, Oregon [57][58]
3:21.93 Karimah Davis
Dajour Miles
Abby Steiner
Alexis Holmes
University of Kentucky May 14, 2022 SEC Championships Oxford, Mississippi [59]
4 × 800 m relay 8:17.28 Marlena Preigh 2:07.94
Sweden Wilma Nielson 2:05.06
Samantha Friborg 2:02.12
Chloe Foerster 2:02.17
University of Washington April 27, 2024 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [60]
8:17.45 Kelsey Margey 2:07.04
Angel Piccirillo 2:04.12
Nicky Akande 2:04.04
Emily Lipari 2:02.25
Villanova University April 27, 2013 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [6]
4 × 1500 m relay 17:08.34 Chanelle Price 4:19.5h
Phoebe Wright 4:19.0h
United States Panama Rolanda Bell 4:19.6h
Sarah Bowman 4:10.2h
University of Tennessee April 24, 2009 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [6]
Sprint medley relay (2-2-4-8) 3:36.10 Saint Lucia Julien Alfred
Republic of Ireland Rhasidat Adeleke
Kennedy Simon
Valery Tobias
University of Texas at Austin March 31, 2023 Texas Relays Austin, Texas [61]
3:39.05 Makenzie Dunmore
Deajah Stevens
Hannah Waller
Raevyn Rogers
University of Oregon April 29, 2017 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Distance medley relay 10:37.55 Sophia Gorriaran 3:20.36 (1200m)
Chloe Fair 53.20 (400m)
Victoria Bossong 2:02.54 (800m)
New Zealand Maia Ramsden 4:21.47 (1600m)
Harvard University April 26, 2024 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [62]
10:48.38 Kathy Franey 3:21.0h
Michelle Bennett 52.8h
Celeste Halliday 2:04.7h
Vicki Huber 4:29.9h
University of Villanova April 28, 1988 Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [6]

Indoor

Men

Event Record Athlete Team Date Meet Place Ref
50 m 5.64 Davidson Ezinwa Azusa Pacific University (DII) February 15, 1992 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles, California [7]
55 m 5.99 A Barbados Obadele Thompson University of Texas at El Paso February 22, 1997 WAC Indoor Championships Air Force Academy, Colorado [2]
6.00 Lee McRae University of Pittsburgh March 14, 1986 [2]
60 m 6.45 Christian Coleman University of Tennessee March 11, 2017 NCAA Division I Championships College Station, Texas [2]
6.45 A Ghana Leonard Myles-Mills Brigham Young University February 20, 1999 WAC Indoor Championships Colorado Springs, Colorado [2]
6.45 The Bahamas Terrence Jones Texas Tech University 15 January 2022 Corky Classic Lubbock, Texas [63]
200 m 20.02 Elijah Hall University of Houston March 10, 2018 NCAA Division I Championships College Station, Texas [2]
300 m 31.99 Jacory Patterson University of Florida January 15, 2022 Clemson Invitational Clemson, South Carolina [64]
400 m 44.49 Canada Christopher Morales Williams University of Georgia February 24, 2023 SEC Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [65]
44.52 Michael Norman University of Southern California March 10, 2018 NCAA Division I Championships College Station, Texas [2]
500 m 59.87 Brian Herron University of Texas 3 December 2022 Commonwealth College Opener Louisville, Kentucky [66]
600 y 1:07.44 Nathaniel Ezekiel Baylor University January 20, 2024 Corky Classic Lubbock, Texas [67]
600 m 1:14.79 A Kenya Michael Saruni University of Texas at El Paso January 19, 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Invitational Albuquerque, New Mexico [2]
1:14.96 Isaiah Harris Penn State University January 28, 2017 University Park, Pennsylvania University Park, Pennsylvania [7]
800 m 1:44.84 Kenya Paul Ereng University of Virginia March 4, 1989 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [2]
1:45.24 Brandon Miller Texas A&M February 26, 2022 Southeastern Conference Championships College Station, Texas [68]
1000 y 2:05.3 Don Paige Villanova University February 9, 1979 Millrose Games New York, New York [69]
1000 m 2:18.05 Tinoda Matsatsa Georgetown University January 19, 2024 Hokie Invitational Blacksburg, Virginia [70]
1500 m 3:34.72 New Zealand Sam Tanner University of Washington February 13, 2021 New Balance Indoor Grand Prix Staten Island [71]
3:35.46 + Cooper Teare University of Oregon February 12, 2021 Tyson Invitational Fayetteville, Arkansas [72]
Mile 3:50.39 Cooper Teare University of Oregon February 12, 2021 Tyson Invitational Fayetteville, Arkansas [73]
2000 m 5:10.1 Joe Falcon University of Arkansas February 10, 1989 East Rutherford, New Jersey East Rutherford, New Jersey [7]
3000 m 7:36.42 Drew Bosley University of Northern Arizona January 27, 2023 John Thomas Terrier Classic Boston, Massachusetts [74]
5000 m 12:57.17 Nico Young Northern Arizona University January 26, 2024 John Thomas Terrier Classic Boston, Massachusetts [75]
50 m hurdles 6.36 Renaldo Nehemiah University of Maryland February 3, 1979 Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton, Alberta [7]
55 m hurdles 6.89 Renaldo Nehemiah University of Maryland January 20, 1979 New York, New York New York, New York [2]
60 m hurdles 7.35 Grant Holloway University of Florida March 9, 2019 NCAA Division I Championships Birmingham [76]
High jump 2.37 m (7 ft 9 in) Hollis Conway University of Louisiana at Lafayette March 11, 1989 NCAA Division I Championships Indianapolis, Indiana [2]
Pole vault 6.00 m (19 ft 8 in) KC Lightfoot Baylor University February 13, 2021 Texas Tech Shootout Lubbock, Texas [77]
6.00 m (19 ft 8 in) A NorwaySondre Guttormsen Princeton University March 10, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [78]
Long jump 8.59 m (28 ft 2 in) Miguel Pate University of Alabama March 1, 2002 USA Championships New York, New York [2]
Triple jump 17.54 m (57 ft 7 in) A Jamaica Jaydon Hibbert University of Arkansas March 11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, United States [79]
17.40 m (57 ft 1 in) Mike Conley University of Arkansas February 22, 1985 [2]
Shot put 21.85 m (71 ft 8 in) Turner Washington Arizona State University February 13, 2021 Texas Tech Shootout Lubbock, Texas [80]
Weight throw 25.58 m (83 ft 11 in) Michael Lihrman University of Wisconsin-Madison February 28, 2015 Big Ten Indoor Championships Geneva, Ohio [2]
Pentathlon 4451 points Sheldon Blockburger Louisiana State University January 1, 1987 SEC Indoor Championships Gainesville, Florida [2]
Heptathlon 6639 pts A Kyle Garland University of Georgia March 10–11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [81]
60m Long jump Shot put High jump 60m H Pole vault 1000m
6.87 7.96 m 16.45 m 2.12 m 7.74 5.16 m 2:41.36
4 x 200 m 1:24.70 Zimbabwe Emunael Mpanduki
Matt Gilmore
Brandon Bennett-Green
Aaron Nadolsky
Penn State University January 26, 2013 University Park, Pennsylvania [7][82]
1:24.91 Carvin Nkanata
Brycen Spratling
Josh Mindlin
Micah Murray
University of Pittsburgh February 11, 2014 University Park, Pennsylvania [7]
4 x 400 m 3:00.77 WR[d] Zach Shinnick (46.24)
United States Antigua and Barbuda Rai Benjamin (44.35)
Ricky Morgan (45.66)
Michael Norman (44.52)
University of Southern California March 10, 2018 NCAA Division I Championships College Station, Texas [2][84]
4 x 800 m 7:17.45 Mike Radziwinsky 1:51.0
Dave Wittman 1:49.7
South Africa Phil Greyling 1:48.5
Terrance Herrington 1:47.7
Clemson University March 11, 1989 NCAA Division I Championships Indianapolis, Indiana [2][85]
7:18.23 Dedric Jones 1:49.1
Lewis Lacy 1:49.7
Steve Adderley 1:50.0
Scott Peters 1:49.4
University of Florida March 14, 1992 Indianapolis, Indiana [7]
4 × mile relay [e] 16:19.0 h George MacKay
Don Paige
Mark Belger
Phil Kane
Villanova University January 16, 1976 Dartmouth-USTFF Relays Hanover, New Hampshire [2][86]
Sprint medley relay 3:18.7 h Michael Calhoun
Darron Witherspoon
Daryl Curry
Earl Jones
Eastern Michigan University January 28, 1984 Kalamazoo, Michigan [2]
Distance medley relay 9:16.40 WB Morocco Fouad Messaoudi (2:49.49)
DeJuana McArthur (46.82)
Qatar Hafez Mahadi (1:47.27)
Ryan Schoppe (3:52.84)
Oklahoma State University February 17, 2023 Arkansas Qualifier Fayetteville, Arkansas [87]
9:18.81 Joe Waskom (2:51.34)
Daniel Gaik (46.37)
Nathan Green (1:46.57)
Luke Houser (3:54.54)
University of Washington February 16, 2024 Arkansas Qualifier Fayetteville, Arkansas [88]

Women

Event Record Athlete Team Date Meet Place Ref Video
50 m 6.13 Jeanette Bolden University of California, Los Angeles February 21, 1981 Edmonton, Alberta [8]
55 m 6.56 Gwen Torrence University of Georgia March 14, 1987 NCAA Division I Championships Oklahoma City, Oklahoma [2]
60 m 6.94 A Saint Lucia Julien Alfred University of Texas March 11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [89]
7.04 A Jacious Sears University of Tennessee March 10, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [90]
200 m 22.01 A Saint Lucia Julien Alfred University of Texas March 11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [91]
22.09 Abby Steiner University of Kentucky February 26, 2022 Southeastern Conference Championships College Station, Texas, United States [92]
300 y 32.63 Jamaica Merlene Ottey University of Nebraska–Lincoln March 13, 1982 AIAW Indoor Championships Cedar Falls, Iowa [2][93]
33.54 Gwen Torrence University of Georgia March 1, 1986 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana [2][94]
300 m 35.80 Abby Steiner University of Kentucky December 11, 2021 Cardinal Classic Louisville, Kentucky [95]
400 m 49.48 A Britton Wilson University of Arkansas March 11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [96] [97]
500 m 1:08.40 Canada Sage Watson University of Arizona February 4, 2017 Armory Track Invitational New York, New York [2]
1:09.16 Francena McCorory Hampton University January 27, 2007 University Park, Pennsylvania [8]
600 y 1:16.76 A Michaela Rose Louisiana State University January 20, 2024 Corky Classic Lubbock, Texas [98]
600 m 1:25.16 Britton Wilson University of Arkansas January 13, 2023 Arkansas Invitational Fayetteville, Arkansas [99]
800 m 1:58.40 Athing Mu Texas A&M University February 27, 2021 [f] Southeastern Conference Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [100] [1]
1000 m 2:38.58 Danae Rivers Penn State University January 12, 2019 Nittany Lion Challenge University Park, Pennsylvania [101] [102]
1500 m 4:06.49 + Katelyn Tuohy North Carolina State University January 28, 2023 Dr. Sander Invitational New York, New York
Mile run 4:24.26 Katelyn Tuohy North Carolina State University January 28, 2023[g] Dr. Sander Invitational New York City, New York [103]
3000 m 8:35.20 Katelyn Tuohy North Carolina State University February 11, 2023 Millrose Games New York, New York [104]
5000 m 14:52.79 Parker Valby University of Florida March 8, 2024 NCAA Division I Championships Boston, Massachusetts [105]
55 m hurdles 7.30 A Tiffany Lott Brigham Young University February 20, 1997 Colorado Springs, Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado [2]
60 m hurdles 7.72 A Jamaica Ackera Nugent University of Arkansas March 10, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [106]
7.75 Masai Russell University of Kentucky January 20, 2023 Red Raider Open Lubbock, Texas [107]
High jump 2.00 m (6 ft 7 in) Jamaica Lamara Distin Texas A&M University February 24, 2024 SEC Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [108]
Rachel Glenn University of Arkansas March 9, 2024 NCAA Division I Championship Boston, Massachusetts [109]
Pole vault 4.75 m (15 ft 7 in) A Demi Payne Stephen F. Austin State University January 24, 2015 Lobo Invitational Albuquerque, New Mexico [2]
Long jump 7.03 m (23 ft 1 in) A Jasmine Moore University of Florida March 10, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [110] [111]
Triple jump 15.12 m (49 ft 7 in) A Jasmine Moore University of Florida March 11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [112]
Shot put 19.57 m (64 ft 2 in) A Netherlands Jorinde van Klinken University of Oregon February 11, 2023 Don Kirby Elite Invitational Albuquerque, New Mexico [113]
19.56 m (64 ft 2 in) Raven Saunders University of Mississippi March 10, 2017 NCAA Division I Championships College Station, Texas [2]
Weight throw 25.56 m (83 ft 10 in) Brittany Riley Southern Illinois University March 10, 2007 NCAA Division I Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [2]
Pentathlon 4746 Trinidad and Tobago Tyra Gittens Texas A&M University March 11, 2021 NCAA Division I Championships Fayetteville, Arkansas [114]
4703 Kendell Williams University of Georgia March 11, 2016 [2]
4 × 200 m relay 1:35.65 Megan Osborne
Kiah Seymour
Dynasty McGee
Mahagony Jones
Penn State University January 11, 2014 Penn State Relays State College, Pennsylvania [2]
4 × 400 m relay 3:21.75 A England Amber Anning 51.47
Jamaica Joanne Reid 50.52
Rosey Effiong 50.57
Britton Wilson 49.20
University of Arkansas March 11, 2023 NCAA Division I Championships Albuquerque, New Mexico [115] [2]
3:27.42 A Briana Nelson 53.00
Courtney Okolo 51.22
Kendall Baisden 52.22
Ashley Spencer 50.98
University of Texas at Austin March 15, 2014 Albuquerque, New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico [8]
3:28.25 Tiffany Ross 54.1h
Miki Barber 51.0h
Demetria Washington 51.8h
Lashinda Demus 51.4h
University of South Carolina March 15, 2003 Fayetteville, Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas [8]
4 × 800 m relay 8:25.5 h Gina Procaccio 2:05.6
Debbie Grant 2:04.5
Michelle DiMuro 2:09.9
Celeste Halliday 2:05.5
Villanova University February 7, 1987 Gainesville, Florida [2]
Sprint medley relay 3:52.25 Lauren Burns 25.0h
Leena Bettis 25.27
Alesha Barber 55.6h
Briene Simmons 2:06.0h
Penn State University January 13, 2007 University Park, Pennsylvania [2][8]
Distance medley relay 10:43.39 Chloe Foerster (3:15.29)
Anna Terrell (54.74)
Marlena Preigh (2:03.34)
Australia Carley Thomas (4:30.02)
University of Washington February 16, 2024 BU Terrier DMR Challenge Boston, Massachusetts [116]
10:50.98 Phoebe Wright 3:23.18
Brittany Jones 53.51
Chanelle Price 2:03.18
Sarah Bowman 4:31.11
University of Tennessee March 13, 2009 College Station, Texas

Notes

  1. ^ Pending ratification by World Athletics
  2. ^ by official result and World Athletics sources; April 16 by USTFCCCA source, probably a typo
  3. ^ 25 March 2021 by USTFCCCA web site
  4. ^ Though the time is faster than the current indoor world record, it isn't officially ratified due to the fact that all athletes were not representing the same nation, a technicality enforced by the IAAF. Rai Benjamin has represented Antigua and Barbuda internationally but he is a U.S. citizen born in New York City so the mark stands as the all American-born record.[83]
  5. ^ 4-miles time is converted to 4x1600 m in USTFCCCA source, shown there as 15:01.5, but this is obviously incorrect. The correct conversion factor is 0.9942 times the 4-mile time, or 16:13.32.
  6. ^ February 25 by USTFCCCA source, a typo
  7. ^ by official result source; 27 January 2023 by USTFCCCA source, a typo

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