Kentucky's Kendra Harrison edged Florida's Bridgette Owens to win the women's 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday night. Harrison won in 7.87 seconds, just ahead of Owens' 7.88, and her time was both a personal best and a Tyson Track Center record.
Harrison's time was the fourth fastest in the world this year.
Dezerea Bryant was third in the women's 200 meters in 22.86 seconds. Florida's Kyra Jefferson was first in 22.63. Bryant was also seventh in the women's 60. She ran that event, won by Alabama's Remona Burchell (7.12 seconds), in 7.27.
Sha'Keela Saunders, who won silver in the women's long jump on Friday, followed that up with a sixth-place finish in the triple jump (42 feet, 9 inches). Florida's Ciarra Brewer won with a 45-foot, 11-inch effort.
UK finished the meet by taking seventh in the women's 4x400-meter relay. Texas won in 3:28.48, and the Cats ran it in 3:33.17. The women's team finished a program-best fifth overall with 35 points. Arkansas won the meet with 63 points, followed by Oregon (461/2), Georgia (37) and Florida (36).
In the men's competition, UK's Keffri Neal finished eighth in the mile with a time of 4:04.93. Oregon's Edward Cheserek won in 3:57.94. The Cats' Brad Szypka was fifth in the shot put with a throw that covered 63 feet, 6 inches. That event was won by Florida's Stipe Zunic (69 feet, 31/2 inches).
■ Kentucky pitcher Kelsey Nunley picked up a pair of victories in relief with a combined seven hitless innings, and Griffin Joiner hit a clutch two-run home run in the fifth inning of Game 2 as the 12th-ranked Kentucky softball team swept Ohio at John Cropp Stadium. The Cats, who won 7-2 and 6-4, improved to 17-5 this season.
■ Alex Destino and Elliott Caldwell each hit two-run homers, lifting the seventh-ranked South Carolina baseball team to a 4-3 victory over visiting Kentucky. The Wildcats (13-5, 0-2 Southeastern Conference) got two hits apiece from JaVon Shelby and Kyle Barrett and an RBI double from Marcus Carson.