BIRMINGHAM – The University of Alabama women finished seventh with 18 points and the men eighth with 23 points in the final standings at the 2019 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships which were held in Birmingham at CrossPlex.
It marked just the second time in school history that both teams finished in the top-10 at the indoor championships, with the first coming in 2017, when the women were third and the men eighth.
The men started the day with a national championship when Shelby McEwen soared to the NCAA high jump title after clearing 7-6 on his final attempt.
Tamara Clark placed second in the nation in the 200 meters. The 2019 SEC champion clocked a 22.99.
Alabama also grabbed points in the men’s 200 meters on Saturday, when Keitavious Walter turned in a 20.76 to take third place.