NCAA D-I Outdoor Championships Results — 10,000 Meters

The 2014 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships kicked off on Wednesday, June 11, in Eugene, Oregon. Hayward Field at the University of Oregon is the place to shine for D-I’s top track and field athletes.

Flotrack has been providing in-depth coverage since Day 1:

On Wednesday, Oregon freshman sensation Edward Cheserek claimed the title in the men’s 10,000 meters in front of the home crowd. “King Ches” won the race in a time of 28:30.18. Flotrack captured Cheserek crossing the line:

King Ches showcased his blistering kicking skills, shredding the last 400 meters in 53.31 seconds. His last 200 meters? 24.71 seconds.

Cheserek captured the D-I individual cross country title in the fall. He also added two more individual titles—3,000 and 5,000 meters—during the indoor season. UO tweeted about Cheserek’s 10K heroics from Wednesday:

Men’s 10K All-Americans

  • 1. Edward Cheserek (Oregon) — 28:30.18
  • 2. Shadrack Kipchirchir (Oklahoma State) — 28:32.31
  • 3. Mohammed Ahmed (Wisconsin) — 28:43.82
  • 4. Kennedy Kithuka (Texas Tech) — 28:46.21
  • 5. Trevor Dunbar (Oregon) — 28:53.81
  • 6. Jim Rosa (Stanford) — 28:57.51
  • 7. Joe Bosshard (Colorado) — 29:01.23
  • 8. Parker Stinson (Oregon) — 29:01.39

Complete Results


In the women’s 10K final on Thursday, Boise State’s Emma Bates won her first career individual title. The senior kicked home in 32:32.35, just barely edging out UAB’s Elinor Kirk (32:32.99).

Bates was all smiles after the victory, and her time was the second-fastest in meet history and quickest since 1988.

Boise State’s track and field Twitter account had it all covered. Check out the last 300 meters of the race:

Bates’ individual title was the first for the Broncos women’s team since 2009.

Women’s 10K All-Americans

  • 1. Emma Bates (Boise State) — 32:32.35
  • 2. Elinor Kirk (UAB) — 32:32.99
  • 3. Juliet Bottorff (Duke) — 32:37.46
  • 4. Elvin Kibet (Arizona) — 32:43.39
  • 5. Elaina Balouris (William & Mary) — 32:46.57
  • 6. Erin Finn (Michigan) — 32:50.14
  • 7. Sarah Pagano (Syracuse) — 33:00.46
  • 8. Jana Soethout (San Francisco) — 33:02.02

Complete Results

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