University of Kentucky senior Cally Macumber won the 3,000-meter run by one-hundredth of a second at the Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships at Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday.
Macumber's winning time of 9 minutes, 15.66 seconds clipped Florida junior Cory McGee's 9:15.67.
Kentucky junior Chelsea Oswald placed fifth in 9:20.8.
Macumber continued her recent run of major titles, which began last fall when she won the SEC Cross Country Championships and the NCAA Southeast Region meet.
The UK women also got a top-10 finish from sophomore Keilah Tyson, who wound up eighth in the long jump with a leap of 6.01 meters.
UK sophomore Ryan Ratliff placed ninth in the men's high jump, clearing 1.98 meters. Junior Andrew Evans was ninth in the weight throw at 18.87 meters.
Kentucky sophomore Daniel Buckles finished 10th in the heptathlon with 4,600 points.
The meet concludes Sunday, when Macumber will try for another victory when she participates in the mile run. She qualified third in Saturday's preliminaries with a time of 4:47.37.
Kentucky sophomore Keffri Neal qualified for Sunday's men's 800-meter finals with the second-best time of 1:50.81, and junior Matt Hillenbrand qualified third in the mile in 4:08.78.