Notes and Quotes


Recap |  Results



NCAA Records Set
• Jangy Addy (Tenneessee) - Decathlon 110m Hurdles - 13.70
Old record: 13.83 by Trey Hardee (Texas) in 2006

SEC Meet Records Set
• Jangy Addy (Tenneessee) - Decathlon 110m Hurdles - 13.70
Old record: 14.31 by Addy in 2007
• Tyson David (Alabama) - Men's 10,000m - 28:23.01
Old record: 28:42.73 by Alistair Cragg (Arkansas) in 2003

Facility Records Set
• Marrissa Harris (MSU) - Women's Heptathlon - 5,600
Old record: 5,419 by Gayle Hunter (Penn State) in 2007
• Jangy Addy (Tennessee) - Men's Decathlon - 8,010
Old record: 7,296 by Joe Detmer (Wisconsin) in 2007
• Richard Thompson (LSU) - Men's 200m - 20.75
Old record: 20.80 by Steve Mullings (Unattached) in 2007
• Justin Gaymon (Georgia) - Men's 400m Hurdles - 50.00
Old record: 50.16 by Reuben McCoy (Auburn) in 2006
• Rebecca Lowe (Florida) - Women's 10,000m - 34:13.07
Old record: None
• Tyson David (Alabama) - Men's 10,000m - 28:23.01
Old record: None

School Records Set
Valentina Srsa (Auburn) - Women's Hammer Throw - 60.02m (196-11)
Old record: 195-4 by Ronda Gullatte in 2006
• Marrissa Harris (MSU) - Women's Heptathlon - 5,600
Old record: 5,522 by LaTonya Hill in 1998

Other Miscellaneous Accomplishments
• Jangy Addy (Tennessee) won his fourth consecutive SEC multi-event title (indoors and outdoors) and extended the Vols' streak of winning the decathlon to four years.
• Tennessee's mark of five straight mutli-event titles (indoors and outdoors) marks just the third time in conference history that one school has won five straight multi-event titles.
Cory Martin (Auburn) won his third career SEC title in the hammer throw (2005, 2007-08)




Jangy Addy (Tennessee) - Men's Decathlon
""I came here trying to get points for the team. I got out on a good pace and just brought it home. Hopefully our team will get on a roll now too. I'm proud of the effort from Michael Ayers. His score should get him to nationals, too. God has been good to me, allowing me to stay healthy the last two years."

Marrissa Harris (Mississippi State) - Women's Heptathlon
"I feel I did very well. I was pretty consistent. The 800m was a little slow, but overall I scored 5600, so I am pretty happy."

Cory Martin (Auburn) - Men's Hammer Throw
"We did what we needed to do. We wanted to get 18 points out of it and that's what we did. I was happy with my performance. I came in a little excited. I have to work on that. This meet was a good stepping stone to show me where I am at this point in the season. I am definitely looking forward to regionals and nationals."

Tyson David (Alabama) - Men's 10,000m
"Actually, it was a fast race, but that is what I expected. I tried to pace myself around the turns. I just put the effort in today and had a successful day."

Rebecca Lowe (Florida) - Women's 10,000m
"It feels really cool to be the SEC champion. It was my first time running the 10,000m, so I didn't really know what to expect. I just stayed with the pack and waited for two laps to go and then went. I am happy with my performance tonight especially since I really didn't know what to expect coming in."