Three Individuals, One Relay Secure All-America Awards on Final Day of NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Three Individuals, One Relay Secure All-America Awards on Final Day of NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Complete NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship Results 

Three individuals and one relay team from the Capital Athletic Conference earned All-America honors on the third and final day of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. 

Wesley's Roland Attoh-Okine delivered the top finish of the day, taking fifth in the 110 hurdles at 14.32 seconds to claim All-America accolades. 

The Christopher Newport duo of Jeff Dover and Zach Campbell also secured All-America status, both in the 1500, with Dover placing sixth (3:54.47) and Campbell close behind in eighth (3:54.95). 

The Wesley 4x400 relay of Elizsha StreeterQuadira MinusBriana Artis, and Angel Hall collected All-America honors with a sixth-place finish at 3:45.81. 

Also competing on Saturday were CNU's Jonathan Graham in the pole vault (17th, 4.65m) and Dominique Torres (18th, 14.63m).