Nine Wolverines qualify for NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Nine Wolverines qualify for NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

GENEVA, Ohio – Nine men's and women's track & field athletes will represent Wesley College at the three-day NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field National Championships, which begins on Thursday, May 25 at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio.

The men's 4x100-meter relay will look to repeat as national champions. Greg Taylor and DaJahn Lowery return from the gold-medal winning tandem from a year ago. It is Taylor's fourth trip to the national meet while it is Lowery's fifth time going to nationals. Joining the team at this year's meet is Terrance Mack and Patrick Schlosser. Mack will be going to NCAA's for the first time while Schlosser returns to the national meet for the fourth time. Wesley will enter the race as the 12th seed with a qualifying mark of 41.32 seconds.

The 4x400-meter relay team of Quadira Minus, Angel Hall, Briana Artis and Elizsha Streeter will look to earn their fourth All-American honor in their fourth trip to the NCAA meet in the past two years. The quartet qualified for the event with the fourth-fastest time in the nation, clocking in at 3:46.77.

Roland Attoh-Okine returns to the NCAA Championships after qualifying as the 16th seed in the 110-meter hurdles. Attoh-Okine is a two-time indoor All-American in the 60-meter hurdles but will look to capture his first All-American award in the 110 hurdles.

For a complete coverage of the NCAA National Championships, go to the championship homepage here.