Georgia wins men's NCAA title

EUGENE, Ore. 6-9-2018 -- 

Denzel Comenentia got Georgia started on its bid for the school's first national title. 
Comenentia won the hammer and shot put to score 20 points for Georgia at the NCAA Division I outdoor track and field championships at Hayward Field. 
Georgia scored 52 point to win the Championship


USC's Michael Norman set Hayward and NCAA records in winning the 400 in 43.61 

and anchored the Trojans' winning 1,600 relay team to the same accomplishment in 2:59.00.

Teammate Rai Benjamin did the same in the 400 hurdles (47.02).     

Houston's 400 relay team of John Lewis III, Elijah Hall, Mario Burke and Cameron Burrell set a collegiate record in 38.17.  

Meet records were also set by Mississippi State's Anderson Peters (javelin, 271-9) 

 and South Dakota's Chris Nilsen (pole vault, 19-1 1/2). 


1. Georgia 52; 2. Florida 42; 3. Houston 35; 4. USC 34; 5. tie, Alabama & Texas Tech 33; 7. Texas A&M 29; 8. tie, LSU & Stanford 28; 10. Mississippi State 26;