Day two of the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Emporia State saw two meet records and eight stadium all-time bests, with Emporia State hosting and Trenden Collins competing in the men's high jump.

By the Numbers
  • Two meet records fell on Friday
  • Eight stadium all-time bests were set
Yes, But

Not all competitors achieved their desired results, with Trenden Collins finishing 16th in the men's high jump.

State of Play
  • Emporia State will participate in multiple events on Saturday
  • Four Division II records were broken in the first two days of the championships
  • Several athletes shattered previous meet and facility records
What's Next

The final day of the championships will feature more events, starting with the men's javelin and concluding with the women's 4x400m relay.

Bottom Line

Records were shattered, athletes excelled, and day two set the stage for an exciting conclusion to the NCAA Championships at Emporia State.