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Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Minors USTFCCCA East Region Track Athlete of the Year
Senior Dage Minors of the Franklin Pierce University Men's Track & Field team has been named the Outdoor Season's East Region Track Athlete of the Year by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, as announced by the USTFCCCA.

It is the first outdoor selection as East Region Track Athlete of the Year for Minors, who was also the USTFCCCA's selection for the award each of the last two indoor seasons. Across the nation's eight regions, he was one of four men to pick up both indoor and outdoor Track Athlete of the Year awards in 2016-17.

Minors heads into the NCAA Championships holding the region's fastest time and the nation's seventh-fastest time in the 800 meters. He posted a mark of 1:49.39 on April 21st, at the Larry Ellis Invitational, hosted by Princeton University.

Minors will open pursuit of his fifth career All-America selection on Friday, May 26th, in the preliminary heats of the 800 meters. The NCAA Championships will be hosted by the University of Tampa and IMG Academy on May 25th-27th at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

Monday, May 22, 2017
Webb Heading to Kentucky for Meet

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Kyle Webb is one of the 34 entries Purdue Track & Field team have in next week's NCAA East Preliminary Round, including 20 by the Big Ten champion women's team.

This year's meet is in Lexington, Kentucky, and will run May 25th to 27th.

To qualify for the preliminary rounds, individuals must be among the top 48 declared student-athletes in their event, while relay teams must be in the top 24. To advance to the NCAA Championships, individuals and relays must finish in the top 12 at the NCAA Preliminaries.

Webb will represent the school in the 200m Dash, the 4x100m Relay and the 4x400m Relay.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Five Bermuda Athletes Help St Johnsbury Win Meet

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Korey Simons, Matteo Dill, Malik Joell, Sajan Harvey and Quinnae Outerbridge represented St Johnsbury Academy, during the South Burlington High School vs. Colchester, Danville, Rice, St Johnsbury & U-32 Track Meet, at the Gary D. Iverson Track at Munson Field, South Burlington.

St Johnsbury Boys won their Division with 239 points, while the St Johnsbury Girls also were crowned champions with 169 points.

Dill recorded a time of 24.91 on his way to finishing 3rd competing in the Boys 200 Meters Varsity Final. Joell stopped the clock in a time of 54.25 on his way to winning the Boys 400 Meters Varsity Final, while Outerbridge finished 3rd competing in the Boys 400 Meters Varsity Finals, she clocked a school record time of 61.95.

Harvey stopped the clock in a time of 2:05.02 to finish 2nd in the Boys 800 Meters Varsity Final, while Simons was a member of the winning St Johnsbury Boys 4x100 Relay Varsity Final team who stopped the clock in a time of 45.14.

Simons, Harvey and Joell were members of the St Johnsbury Boys 4x400 Relay Varsity Finals team who finished 1st with a time of 3:36.57. Outerbridge ran the final leg for the St. Johnsbury Girls 4x800 Relay Varsity team that won the Final stopping the clock in a time of 10:34.19.

The St Johnsbury Boys 4x800 Relay Varsity Final team that included Harvey and Joell finished second with a time of 8:20.91, while the St. Johnsbury B team that included Dill finished third with a time of 8:57.37a St Johnsbury

Dill finished 6th in the Boy’s Long Jump Varsity Finals with a Personal Best top leap of 5.49 meters.

Friday, May 19, 2017
Dill Top Seed for DII 800m Outdoor Championships

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Twelve Saint Augustine's University (SAU) student-athletes including shaquille dill qualified for the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships which will be held May 25th - 27th at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

Shaquille Dill will compete in the 800-Meter Dash, Dill is the Nation's top-ranked 800-meter runner and the event's defending champion.

Dill will also be a part of the Saint Augustine’s University Men’s 4x400-Meter Relay team.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Derosa Named to USTFCCCA All-Region Team

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For the first time since the 2013-14 season, Shaw University Outdoor Track and Field had two athletes named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Region Team.

Senior Destinee Williams and freshman Tiara Derosa were both named All-Region for their respective events. Williams received the award for the 100-meter hurdles after lowering her preliminary time with a 13.74. She currently ranks 12th in the Nation in the event.

Derosa earned recognition in the discus. She threw a season-best 44.78 earlier in the season and represented her Bermuda in the 2017 Carifta Games where she placed third overall.

Prior to the announcement, Darian Brown was the last All-Region athlete from Shaw to make the All-Region team, earning honors in 2013-14 in the 110 hurdles.
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