NEW ORLEANS, La. – Fifteen Wesley College track & field athletes were named to the 2017 United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Mideast Region Team, as announced on Monday.
Eight women and seven men earned All-Region status by the USTFCCCA. To be named All-Region, an athlete must either be ranked in the top-5 of an individual event in the region according to final TFRRS data or be part of a top-3 relay team.
Streeter, Briana Artis, Angel Hall and Quadira Minus recorded the top time in the region in the 4x400-meter relay. The quartet clocked in at 3:53.15 at the George Mason Last Chance Meet, over five seconds faster than the second-place time in the region. Streeter was fifth in the 200-meters at 25.87 seconds from the Ursinus Last Chance Meet.
Jourdyn Beverly turned in the top mark in the region in the weight throw. Beverly turned in her throw at the Terrapin Invitational with a heave of 15.64 meters (51-3.75).
Roland Attoh-Okine was the fastest athlete in the 60-meter hurdles in the region with his time of 8.12 seconds at the George Mason Last Chance Meet.
Greg Taylor had the second-best time in the Mideast in the 60-meter dash. Taylor ran a 6.89 at the CAC Championships.
Crenshaw, Lowery, McAnulty and Patrick Schlosser qualified with their second-best time in the region (3:23.02) in the 4x400-meter relay at the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Indoor Championships. Individually, Crenshaw placed third in the region in the 200 meters with a time of 22.09 at the George Mason Last Chance Meet. Lowery finished fifth in the region in 60 meters with his 6.92 time from the CAC Championship. McAnulty also placed fifth in the region in the 400-meter dash with a time of 50.02 seconds at the Ursinus Last Chance Meet.
Rounding out the women All-Region honorees, Jasmine Brown was third in the region in the high jump, clearing a height of 1.70 meters (5-7) at the Wesley Brown Invitational. Ashley Morris recorded the fourth-best time (9.09) at the CAC Championships. Monshea Newsome-Murray placed fifth in the triple jump with a leap of 11.10 meters (36-5) at the George Mason Last Chance Meet.
Daquay Harris-Winbush tallied the fourth-best mark in the long jump in the Mideast region. Harris-Winbush notched a jump of 6.98 meters (22-11) at the Ursinus Last Chance Meet.
The Wolverines will be sending eight athletes to the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships starting on Friday, March 10 from North Central College in Naperville, Ill.