Historically Fast First Crown
Christian Coleman won his first NCAA title with a scorching victory in the indoor 60 where he matched the collegiate record of 6.45 set by BYU's Leonard Myles-Mills in 1999 and won by .09, the largest margin of victory in meet history.
Two-Step In The Lone Star State
Christian Coleman wasn't done in College Station, Texas, as he steamrolled the field in the indoor 200.
Coleman broke the stagger by the 100-meter mark and clocked the second fastest time in collegiate history (20.11). He won by 20 one-hundredths of a second, the largest spread between first and second place since 2007 (Walter Dix, 0.31).
Reigning In Eugene, Oregon
Christian Coleman won his third NCAA title of 2017 in the 100 and tied - Who else? - Ngoni Makusha's margin of victory from 2011 when he set the collegiate record (.08).
Not One, Not Two, Not Three, But Four
Christian Coleman had to work for his fourth NCAA title of 2017, which came in the 200, but it was worth the toil.
Coleman edged LSU's Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake by four one-hundredths of a second at the finish line (slimmest margin of victory since 2008 when Walter Dix went back to back) and held up four fingers in celebration.
To The Rocky Top Of The Record Book
You didn't think we'd forget about this one, did you?
Christian Coleman ripped through the NCAA semifinals to the tune of 9.82 seconds, smashing Ngoni Makusha's record of 9.89. Coleman also became the fourth fastest American ever in the process.