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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.ustfcca logo

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.

First Team

Trey Holloway Hampton 110 Meter Hurdles
Desmond Lawrence North Carolina A&T 100 Meters

Second Team

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

Honorable Mention

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
Stefano Nardini Hampton Javelin
Le’Quisha Parker Hampton 200 Meters

 

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