FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Arkansas head coach John McDonnell said early in the indoor season his seniors would have to lead the way if the Razorbacks were to capture their 42nd national championship. While there is still plenty of work to do on Saturday to clinch a national title, a trio of Razorback seniors put Arkansas in position to accomplish the feat on Friday at the Randal Tyson Track Center. Josphat Boit captured the 5,000-meter championship, Jaanus Uudmae finished a surprising sixth-place in the long jump and Said Ahmed anchored the Razorbacks to a first place finish in the distance medley relay in Fridays action. Based primarily on the feats of its senior class, Arkansas leads the team competition after day one with 24 points. Oregon and one of the pre-meet favorites Florida State are tied for second with 20 points. BYU is fourth with 16 points with LSU and Tennessee tied for fifth place with 14 points.