Wesley 4x400 Relay Takes Second at NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships; Eight Earn All-America Honors
Wesley 4x400 Relay Takes Second at NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships; Eight Earn All-America Honors

Results 

The Wesley men's 4x400 relay claimed second place to lead a contingent of eight All-Americans from the CAC on the third and final day of the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday in La Crosse, Wisc. 

Wesley's 4x400 quartet of Tysean Cousar, Dominic McAnulty, John Heriot and Thomas Kalieta, Jr. raced to a time of 3:08.26 to claim silver in the event. Kalieta Jr. also earned All-America honors individually, placing fifth in the 400 meters at 47.06. 

In the team standings, the Wesley men led all CAC squads in 15th place with 14 points, followed by Salisbury in 38th place (9 points), Christopher Newport in 42nd place (8 points) and Penn State Harrisburg in 72nd (2 points). On the women's side, Penn State Harrisburg finished in 53rd with four points. 

Salisbury's Duncan Ferrin recorded a mark of 60.15 meters in the hammer to claim third place, while SU's Donovan Beckett-Simms grabbed All-America accolades in the triple jump with a leap of 14.93 meters to claim sixth place. 

In the women's triple jump, Penn State Harrisburg's Sarah Lehman finished in fifth place at 11.95 meters. 

Wesley's Roland Attoh-Okine became a four-time All-American in the hurdles with a seventh-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles. He crossed the line in 14.751, edging Storm Malone of Corland by thousandths of a second. Wesley's Tre' Johnson took 16th in the triple jump at 14.30 meters. ]

In the 1500, Christopher Newport's Jeff Dover placed ninth with a tiem of 3:56.37, while York's Alex Smith finished 11th in the 3,000 steeplechase at 9:30.72.