The senior duo are both four-time Summit League champions in their respective events and hold Summit League Championship outdoor meet records.
With distance runner Audra DeStefano, it is the first time since 2004 that Wyoming had both a Cowboy and Cowgirl earn All-American honors in the same year. It was the first Top 10 finish since a sixth place showing in 2012.
The Serbian, who also finished second in 2013 and fifth previous year, became just the ninth woman since 1995 with three career top-5 finishes at NCAA Outdoors.
Texas A&M entered the day with a 13.5-point lead on Florida but didn't have the same level of success as the Gators.
"I didn't get off to the start that I wanted to after I hit 49 (feet) on my first jump", Adams said.
"I was really confident for shot put".
Harris, a sophomore at Penn State, finished in a time of 1 minute, 45.4 seconds.
Fred Kerley anchored for the Aggies, who won the relay in 2:59.98.
With London's eighth-place finish in the 400 meters, Baylor tallied one point in the team race to conclude the NCAA Outdoor Championships tied for 74th.
The junior ran a 10.04 on a wet track with windy and cool weather, outlasting Houston's Cameron Burrell by 0.08 seconds in the 100-meter.
With the men's competition completed, the Texas women will compete in finals Saturday and are now tied for 35th place with one point.
Once seen as a weakness for Georgia, the sprinters will aim to put more points on the board this year than in years past.
The women's 4x100 relay quartet of Skylar Ross-Ransom, Shayla Sanders, Destinee Gause, and Kyra Jefferson posted the fastest qualifying time (42.91 seconds). "That cost us fourth place in the team race", said Spry, who replaced the quarter-miler with 110-hurdler Wellington Zaza for the final race of the season. She confirmed Thursday that she will attempt that double, becoming the second women's athlete to double in the two events since the championships switched to an alternating gender schedule in 2015.
However, overall the coach liked the performance.