SEC honors UF Indoor Track and Field athletes, coach


Published: Friday, March 7, 2014 at 1:46 p.m.
Last Modified: Friday, March 7, 2014 at 1:46 p.m.

Florida's Arman Hall, Cory McGee, Rebekah Greene and coach Mike Holloway received SEC Indoor Track and Field honors Friday, as determined by a vote of the league's head coaches.

Hall was named Men’s Runner of the Year, after tying for the Cliff Harper Trophy at the SEC Indoor Championships, contributing 20 points and leading his team to a runner-up finish. He was the SEC Champion in the men’s 200-meters, while his prelim mark and career-best time of 20.59 is second-fastest in the country and SEC, next to UF teammate Dedric Dukes, and sixth-fastest in the world. Hall also finished second in the 400m with a career-best time of 45.28, second-fastest in the country and third-fastest in the world. He anchored the men’s 4x400-meter relay to a second-place finish with a new school record of 3:03.50, which was under the existing SEC, facility and collegiate records and is now the second-fastest collegiate 4x400m all time.

McGee was named the Women’s Co-Runner of the Year, earning the Cliff Harper Trophy after contributing 20.5 points towards Florida’s eighth all-time SEC Championship. She won the SEC individual title in the 3,000m, finished as runner-up in the mile and ran the anchor leg of Florida’s DMR that won gold for the second consecutive year. Her 3,000m race established an SEC meet record (9:10.48) and made her just the second person to hit 9:10 in the 3,000m at the SEC Indoor Championships since 1987. She also ran a season-best 4:35.03 for her silver-medal performance in the mile. McGee currently has the second-fastest mile in the SEC (seventh in the nation) and the third-fastest 3,000 time in the SEC (19th nationally).

Greene was named the Women’s Freshman Runner of the Year, as the top freshman finisher in both the mile and 3,000m. She was the only freshman to qualify for the finals of the mile at the SEC Indoor Championships, finishing sixth in 4:41.18. Greene also was the only freshman scorer in the 3,000m, placing sixth in 9:30.36. She ran the leadoff leg of UF’s winning distance medley relay. She holds the top 3K (9:18.44) and mile (4:38.03) times for a freshman in the league. She is the second-fastest freshman in the country and the mile and the fifth-fastest freshman nationally in the 3,000m.

Holloway was named the Women's Track and Field Coach of the Year.

The SEC on Friday also announced the All-SEC teams for indoor track and field. The All-SEC first team consists of the winner of each event, the All-SEC second team is comprised of the second and third-place finishers in each event, while the SEC All-Freshman Team consists of the top freshman finisher in each event.

2014 SEC Indoor Track and Field Awards

Men’s Runner of the Year: Arman Hall, Florida

Men’s Field Athlete of the Year: Sam Kendricks, Ole Miss

Men’s Co-Freshman Runners of the Year: Omar McLeod, Arkansas and Sean Tobin, Ole Miss

Men’s Freshman Field Athlete of the Year: Jeremiah Green, Alabama

Men’s Coach of the Year: Chris Bucknam, Arkansas

Women’s Co-Runners of the Year: Kamaria Brown, Texas A&M and Cory McGee, Florida

Women’s Field Athlete of the Year: Erica Bougard, Mississippi State

Women’s Freshman Runner of the Year: Rebekah Greene, Florida

Women’s Freshman Field Athlete of the Year: Kendell Williams, Georgia

Women’s Coach of the Year: Mike Holloway, Florida

Men’s First-Team All-SEC

Aldrich Bailey, Jr., Texas A&M

Diondre Batson, Alabama

Robert Domanic, Ole Miss

Jeremiah Green, Alabama

Montez Griffin, Ole Miss

Solomon Haile, Arkansas

Arman Hall, Florida

Shavez Hart, Texas A&M

Raymond Higgs, Arkansas

Matt Hillenbrand, Kentucky

Sam Kendricks, Ole Miss

Deon Lendore, Texas A&M

Eddie Lovett, Florida

Anthony May, Arkansas

Keffri Neal, Kentucky

Charodd Richardson, Alabama

Carlyle Roudette, Texas A&M

Will Spiers, Ole Miss

Bradley Szypka, Kentucky

Sean Tobin, Ole Miss

Maicel Uibo, Georgia

Men’s Second-Team All-SEC

Matt Airola, Alabama

Andres Arroyo, Florida

Cameron Brown, Tennessee

Darrell Bush, LSU

Greg Coleman, Texas A&M

Wayne Davis II, Texas A&M

Quincy Downing, LSU

Dedric Dukes, Florida

Kyle Felpel, Alabama

Kamal Fuller, Alabama

Najee Glass, Florida

Gabe Gonzalez, Arkansas

Hugh Graham, Jr., Florida

Cyril Grayson, LSU

Charles Grethen, Georgia

Elias Hakansson, Alabama

Devion Harris, Texas A&M

Hector Hernandez, Texas A&M

Jonathon Ilori, Missouri

Andrew Irwin, Arkansas

Adam Kahleifeh, Kentucky

Jarrion Lawson, Arkansas

Ken LeGassey, Arkansas

Ty McCormack, Auburn

Omar McLeod, Arkansas

Jalen Miller, Ole Miss

Vernon Norwood, LSU

Sean Obinwa, Florida

Ryan Schnulle, Florida

Parker Shearer, Auburn

Ibn Short, Kentucky

Isaac Spencer, Texas A&M

Nick Uruburu, Florida

Cameron Villarreal, Texas A&M

Chase Wolfle, Texas A&M

Stipe Zunic, Florida

Men’s SEC All-Freshman Team

60m: Jalen Miller, Ole Miss

60mH: Omar McLeod, Arkansas

200m: Teray Smith, Auburn

400m: Nick Uruburu, Florida

800m: Andres Arroyo, Florida

Mile: Sean Tobin, Ole Miss

3,000m: Tyler Schneider, Missouri

5,000m: Dan Roe, Missouri

High Jump: Ken LeGassey, Arkansas

Pole Vault: Charles Moushey, Kentucky

Long Jump: Trae Carey, Arkansas

Triple Jump: Jeremiah Green, Alabama

Shot Put: Kyle Felpel, Alabama

Weight Throw: Alex Poursanidis, Georgia

Heptathlon: Ibn Short, Kentucky

Women’s First-Team All-SEC

Erica Bougard, Mississippi State

Ciarra Brewer, Florida

Kamaria Brown, Texas A&M

Stephanie Brown, Arkansas

Dezerea Bryant, Kentucky

Loreal Curtis, Florida

Ebony Eutsey, Florida

Rochelle Farquharson, Mississippi State

Destinee Gause, Florida

Rebekah Greene, Florida

Kendra Harrison, Kentucky

Grace Heymsfield, Arkansas

Denise Hinton, LSU

Kyra Jefferson, Florida

Leontia Kallenou, Georgia

Morgann Leleux, Georgia

Cory McGee, Florida

Kearsten Peoples, Missouri

Robin Reynolds, Florida

Dominique Scott, Arkansas

Agata Strausa, Florida

Women’s Second-Team All-SEC

Ocian Archer, Mississippi State

Marisa Bellamy, South Carolina

Chelsea Blaase, Tennessee

Jayla Bostic, Florida

Remona Burchell, Alabama

Taylor Burke, Florida

Olivia Ekpone, Texas A&M

Grace Fletcher, Texas A&M

Brea Garrett, Texas A&M

Briana Haith, South Carolina

Daina Harper, Arkansas

Tamera Harris, South Carolina

Precious Holmes, South Carolina

Katie Huston, Mississippi State

Jessica Kamilos, Arkansas

Shamier Little, Texas A&M

Megan Malasarte, Georgia

Yanique Malcolm, Alabama

Keri McClary, Arkansas

LaQue Moen-Davis, Texas A&M

Valentina Muzaric, Auburn

Tamara Myers, Arkansas

Danielle Nowell, Arkansas

Lucie Ondraschkova, Georgia

Kayla Parker, Kentucky

Allison Peare, Kentucky

Lynnika Pitts, LSU

Chanice Porter, Georgia

Rhianwedd Price, Mississippi State

Jill Rushin, Missouri

Jeannelle Scheper, South Carolina

Rebekka Simko, Arkansas

Jasmin Stowers, LSU

Brianna Swinton, Arkansas

Ariel Voskamp, Arkansas

Chrishuna Williams, Arkansas

Kendell Williams, Georgia

Regine Williams, Arkansas

Women’s SEC All-Freshman Team

60m: Aaliyah Brown, Texas A&M

60mH: Skylar Ross-Ransom, Florida

200m: Felecia Majors, Tennessee

400m: Shamier Little, Texas A&M

800m: Courtney Clayton, Vanderbilt

Mile: Rebekah Greene, Florida

3,000m: Rebekah Greene, Florida

5,000m: Sandie Raines, Arkansas

High Jump: Leontia Kallenou, Georgia

Pole Vault: Georgia Stefanidi, Georgia

Long Jump: Sha’Keela Saunders, Kentucky

Triple Jump: Marshay Ryan, Auburn

Shot Put: Madison Jacobs, Kentucky

Weight Throw: Asianna Covington, Georgia

Pentathlon: Kendell Williams, Georgia

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