WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Saint Augustine's University won its 18th consecutive men's crown and Winston-Salem State University captured its second women's title in five meets on the final day of the CIAA Indoor Men's and Women's Track & Field Championships at JDL Fast Track on Monday, February 16, 2015.
|Winston-Salem State University |
2015 CIAA Women's Indoor Track & Field Champions
|Saint Augustine's University |
2015 CIAA Men's Indoor Track & Field Champions
The Saint Augustine's University men scored 164 points to finish ahead of Virginia State University, which placed second with 96 points. Virginia Union University was third with 93 points.
Winston-Salem State scored 140 points to win the women's championship. Saint Augustine's University, placed second with 94.40 points and Johnson C. Smith University finished third with 58.20 points.
David Shaw of Saint Augustine's University was named Men's Field Most Valuable Performer. His teammate Immanuel Hutchinson of the Falcons was voted Men's Track Most Valuable Performer. Hutchinson won the 800 meter run, the mile run and the 5000 meter run in addition to running on the winning 4x400 meter relay squad. Shaw won the triple jump and placed second in the long jump.
Tajanel McNeill of Winston-Salem State was named the Women's Field Most Valuable Performer and Taylor-Ashley Bean of Virginia State was chosen the Women's Track Most Valuable Performer. McNeill won the triple jump, was second in the long jump and third in the high jump. Bean won the mile run, was second in the 3000 meter run, placed third in the 800 meter run and was on the distance medley relay team which placed third. She also ran on the 4x400 meter relay team which was fifth.