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NCAA All Division Record -  25.58M
From UW GENEVA, Ohio -- There was no question that the competition had improved. The problem for the competition, however, was that Michael Lihrman had improved even more. Remarkably, the Wisconsin senior easily dispatched of a historically-deep field to win his second-consecutive conference crown in the weight throw Saturday at the 2015 Big Ten Indoor Championships -- unleashing the best effort in collegiate history for good measure. Going into the season, only one man in collegiate history -- former NCAA Division II athlete Kibwe Johnson -- had surpassed the 80-foot barrier in the weight throw. In his six throws Saturday, Michael Lihrman topped it three times. The best came on his second attempt, an 83-foot, 11 1/4-inch bomb that left Lihrman standing alone above his collegiate peers. "I knew if I didn't get that record, I would regret it for the rest of my life," Lihrman said. "Really, it was me against that record and I went out on top." Now, as the No. 3 man on the all-time list, he has only two peers in world history -- American Lance Deal, at 84-10 1/4, and Slovakian Libor Charfreitag, at 84-3. His next goal is clear. "The world record is 25.86 meters," he said. "I didn't think it was going to be attainable this year, seeing how my progression was going on this year. "Now, I'm only 28 centimeters away, so it is still possible." Lihrman's top challenger Saturday was Purdue's Chukwuenba Enewechi, who became the third collegian to top 80 feet earlier this season and ranks No. 8 on the all-time world list. Enewechi's best mark on the day, a throw of 77-5 1/2, left him a staggering 6 1/2 feet shy of Lihrman. All four of Lihrman's fair throws -- he fouled twice -- were better than Enewechi's runner-up mark. Lihrman now owns 9 of the top 10 marks in collegiate history -- eight of which have come in his last two competitions. He will be an overwhelming favorite to win his second-straight national title when he heads to the NCAA indoor championships in two weeks. "By this meet, I felt the best I have all year so I just knew it was coming," he said of his performance. "The fact of how the ring was going to be for me, if I could figure it out and I did.

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