Air Force Duo Heads to NCAA Championships

Air Force Duo Heads to NCAA Championships

The Panthers start Saturday against Western Michigan at 1:30 p.m. from North Charlotte Regional Park, Field No. 10. Each race will be live on Watch ESPN and later televised on ESPNU/ESPN2.

Lloyd earned first-team All-America honors for the first time in his career.

UW-L scored points in all five of Friday's final events, including Andrew Jarrett who captured the national title in the weight throw (65-½), becoming the fourth UW-L athlete to win the national title in that event. Olympian Willie Smith won the 400y dash in back-to-back years in 1977 and "78, while James Walker made it three years in a row for the Tigers, winning in 1979".

The Aggies had two women in the 800m final. freshman Sammy Watson placed third with a time of 2:02.65, while a time of 2:03.88 placed collegiate record holder Jazmine Fray in fifth. Lloyd comes in at No. 5 in the nation with a 7.68 second 60-meter hurdle time. USC won with a time of 3:00.77.

North Central, which beat Augustana's relay at the CCIW indoor championships, finished second.

In the relays, the men's 4x400 team of Ilolo Izu, Devin Dixon, Robert Grant and Kerley finished in second place with a world record time of 3:01.39. "They are all fantastic runners, so the expectations are high for us all, and we believe we can place really well".

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Ninety-three men's programs and 84 women's programs are represented at the Championships. Patrick's highest-scoring finish came in the 60-meter hurdles. In the penultimate race of the meet, Northern Arizona's Andy Trouard was a surprise 3,000m victor, moving ahead of 5,000 champion Justyn Knight of Syracuse down the stretch to cross the line in 8:04.94. He recovered well to finish strong and was able to place third in a fast race as seven of the eight competitors ran under 7.85 seconds.

The LSC-Champion men's team was bolstered by performances in the triple jump and 4X400 relay, which saw Lion athletes take home the top spot in both. That time was good enough for not only a new school record, but also for a new MAAC record.

Sophomore Nina Schultz and senior Terrell Smith will be competing in the 2018 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships at Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in College Station, Texas, this weekend.

He ran a time of 7.767 seconds, which was incredibly close to SC senior Dondre Echols' mark of 7.761.

OR came into last year's championships as defending champions in the men's and women's competition but could only manage a third-placed finish in the former, landing well behind the hosts and Florida.