NEW ORLEANS – The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches' Association announced its 2015 NCAA Division III outdoor track & field National Athletes of the Year on Wednesday, and Salisbury University junior Luke Campbell was named the men's track Athlete of the Year.
Campbell put together a strong meet for the Sea Gulls at the championships, winning two national championships, while also competing in Salisbury's All-American 4x100- and 4x400-meter relays. He finished the meet with four-total All-American awards.
He defended his 110- and 400-meter hurdles' titles, including winning the 110 hurdles' championship for the third-straight season. Campbell set a school record and the second-best time in DIII history with a 13.63-second race in the 110 hurdles.
Campbell then won the 400 hurdles with a time of 50.57 seconds for his second-straight title in the event.
The Brunswick, Maryland native was the anchor for both relay teams, as the Sea Gulls set school records in both races.
The effort now gives Campbell seven national championships and 11 All-American awards, in total.
Campbell also was named All-Capital Athletic Conference first team in all four events, this season, repeating as the CAC champion in both hurdles' events.
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