NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Has announced the list of those Division I student-athletes who earned USTFCCCA All-America honors for the 2014 outdoor track & field season.
Student-athletes were honored for their performances at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships this past weekend in Eugene, Ore.
First-Team All-America honors were awarded to those who finished among the top eight in an individual or relay event as part of a team; Second-Team All-America honors went to those who finished between ninth and 16th; and Honorable Mention honors were given to the remaining finishers.
Honorable Mention honorees should not be referred to as All-Americans.
The full men’s and women’s All-America lists are listed below, as are the lists of Honorable Mention awards for men and women.
Eight student-athletes came from the MEAC and Prairie View A&M provided the lone SWAC representative. The MEAC picked up six of seven HBCU honorable mentions with Tennessee State rounding out the list.
|Trey Holloway||Hampton||110 Meter Hurdles|
|Desmond Lawrence||North Carolina A&T||100 Meters|
|Ce’aira Brown||Hampton||800 Meters|
|Christina Epps||Coppin State||Triple Jump|
|Je’von Hutchison||Hampton||4×400 Relay|
|Edose Ibadin||Hampton||4×400 Relay|
|Chidi Okezie||Hampton||4×400 Relay|
|Paris Reddick-Simmons||Hampton||4×400 Relay|
|Preston Woodard||Prairie View A&M||Triple Jump|
|Tremayne Banks||Bethune-Cookman||110 Meter Hurdles|
|Clairwin Dameus||Tennessee State||Heptathlon|
|Kenneth Fisher||Bethune-Cookman||Long Jump|
|Je’von Hutchison||Hampton||400 Meters|
|Tristie Johnson||Bethune-Cookman||100 Meters, 200 Meters|
|Le’Quisha Parker||Hampton||200 Meters|