Matthew Boling, Georgia Bulldogs finish 5th at NCAA Championships

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The Georgia Bulldogs men’s track team has finished in fifth place at the 2022 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Matthew Boling, Elija Godwin, Darius Carbin, and Kyle Garland all preformed well for the Bulldogs.

Georgia entered the meet as the top ranked men’s track program in the country. The Bulldogs ended the event with 32 points and a great fifth place finish. The Florida Gators won the national championship thanks to some impressive performances from athletes like Joseph Fahnbulleh at the Eugene, Oregon, event.

Georgia’s Kyle Garland showed off his versatility and finished third in the decathlon. Elija Godwin finished third in the 400-meter final and set a school record with a time of 44.50 seconds. Darius Carbin finished second in the high jump with a final jump of 2.24 meters.

Additionally, Matthew Boling finished second in the 200-meter final. He posted a strong time of 20.13 seconds.

Boling came in sixth place in the 100-meter final. He may be a little bit disappointed in the result, but is only a sophomore.

Florida’s Joseph Fahnbulleh won both the 100 and 200 to help the Gators win a national championship. Florida finished with 54 points.

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