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Thirty All-Americans Through Two Days of NCAA Track Champ
June 07, 2019
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Austin, Texas – Through two days of competition at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship, 30 All-Americans have been named.

A total of 13 First Team All-Americans have been honored already, while 17 have earned Second Team recognition.

On opening day of competition, sophomore and two-time Big 12 Indoor and Outdoor shot put champion Tripp Piperi of Texas earned his first NCAA gold with a winning throw of 69-3.25/21.11m. This marked the first national champion of the 2019 NCAA outdoor championship for the Conference.

Action for Big 12 student-athletes on the third day of competition, Friday, is set to begin with the first four events of the heptathlon. Champions for both the track events and field events for the men are set to be crowned Friday as well, beginning with the high jump at 7 p.m. CT.

A full schedule and list of results can be found here.

 

Big 12 All-Americans at NCAA Outdoors

First Team All-Americans

Men

KC Lightfoot, Baylor (Pole Vault)

Zach Bradford, Kansas (Pole Vault)

Gleb Dudarev, Kansas (Hammer)

Aaron Booth, K-State (Decathlon)

Hassan Abdi, Oklahoma State (10000m)

Jacob Fincham-Dukes, Oklahoma State (Long Jump)

Tripp Piperi, Texas (Shot Put)

Brandon Bray, Texas Tech (Pole Vault)

Justin Hall, Texas Tech (Long Jump)

Drew McMichael, Texas Tech (Pole Vault)

 

Women

Taylor Latimer, K-State (Shot Put)

Meagan Gray, Oklahoma (Pole Vault)

Destiny Longmire, TCU (Long Jump)

 

Second Team All-Americans

Men

Howard Fields III, Baylor (400m)

Derrick Mokaleng, TCU (400m)

Trevor Danielson, Texas (Javelin)

Steffin McCarter, Texas (Long Jump)

Werner Bouwer, Texas Tech (Javelin)

Charles Brown, Texas Tech (Long Jump)

Andrew Hudson, Texas Tech (100m)

Odaine Lewis, Texas Tech (Long Jump)

 

Women

Keira Christie-Galloway, Iowa State (100mH)

Erin Stenman-Fahey, Iowa State (800m)

Amanda Vestri, Iowa State (10000m)

Meia Gordon, Oklahoma (Shot Put)

Serenity Douglas, Texas (400m)

Kynnedy Flannel, Texas (200m)

Alaysha Johnson, Texas Tech (100mH)

Chinne Okoronkwo, Texas Tech (Pole Vault)

Maddie Gardner, West Virginia (Pole Vault)

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