Florida celebrates its championship at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. (Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

Florida made history Saturday, with the program winning its first women’s NCAA Division I outdoor track and field title.

The Gators beat out Texas by a comfortable 10-point margin for the national title, propelled by a series of dominant individual performances.

Talitha Diggs, Anna Hall, and Jasmine Moore were critical for Florida, earning individual national titles in their respective events.

Diggs added an outdoor 400-meter title to her indoor championship, clocking a time of 49.99 seconds to clinch 10 points for the Gators.

Winning the heptathlon in dominant fashion and placing second in the 400-meter hurdles, Florida’s Hall secured a staggering points haul.

Moore continued the trend for the Gators, winning the triple jump and long jump to complete a season sweep of the SEC, indoor and outdoor competitions in both events.

Parker Valby sealed the deal for Florida, putting the championship out of reach with her second-place finish in the 5,000 meters.

The Gators’ outdoor NCAA title joins the team’s indoor championship from March.