NAC Weekly Track & Field Honors (period ending 3/31/19)

 

 

MEN'S TRACK & FIELD

 

Track Athlete of the Week

Sean Andrews, SUNY Delhi
(Sophomore - Brooklyn, New York)

Andrews led the Broncos to a fourth-place finish at the Mount St. Mary Invitational over the weekend. He ran a lifetime best 22.91, placing fourth, in the 200-meter dash. He followed that up with a leg on the third-place 4 x 100-meter relay team that clocked 43.92.

   
 

Field Athlete of the Week

Glenn Butler, Jr., SUNY Delhi
(Sophomore - White Plains, New York)

Butler captured two event victories and set three lifetime best marks at the Mount St. Mary Invitational. He won the high jump with a 2.01 meter mark, and also won the long jump with a 6.73 meter leap. Butler placed sixth in triple jump with a 2.45 meter hop.

   
 

Rookie of the Week

Shamar Barker, SUNY Delhi
(Freshman - Queens, New York)

Barker contributed to the fourth-place finish for the Broncos with a time of 2:03.95 in the 800-meter run, taking fourth in the event. He also ran on the third-place 4 x 100-meter relay team that clocked a time of 43.92.

 

WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD

 

Track Athlete of the Week

Faith Beaulieu, Thomas College
(Sophomore - Northport, Maine)

Beaulieu ran in the 100-meter dash against some of the best in Division III at the Emory Classic in Atlanta, Georgia over the weekend. She clocked 12.86 and finished in 36th place.

   
 

Field Athlete of the Week

Diana Echols, SUNY Delhi
(Junior - Ellenville, New York)

Echols bested the field by more than a meter with a huge 11.45 meter shot put at the Mount St. Mary Invitational. She followed that up with a 28.45 meter discuss throw for fourth-place, leading the Broncos to a third-place finish out of 13 teams at the meet.

   
 

Rookie of the Week

Katerina Salcedo, SUNY Delhi
(Freshman - Binghamton, New York)

Competing in her first outdoor meet for the Broncos, Salcedo ran the 1500-meter run in 5:14.87 to capture second-place in the event and contribute to the third-place overall finish for SUNY Delhi women.