NEW ORLEANS – The United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association released the 2019 NCAA Division III All-Region Indoor Track & Field list of honorees on Monday afternoon. Salisbury University track & field had 11 members recognized as seven women and four men earned All-Region accolades.
The 4x400-meter relay team of Ethan Binnix, Alex Hardman, Isaiah Myers, and Michael Van Gieson was named to the list, as were Hardman and Van Gieson as individuals for their performance in the 400-meter dash at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships.
On the women's side, Kyleigh Dumas, Glory Ebinama, Jamie Farley, Ti'Aira Hairston, Imani Hasell, Alicia Meier, and Caitlyn Rishell all earned recognition for their performances at the CAC championships. Dumas earned the honor after her showing in the pole vault, while Ebinama made the list twice for her performance in both the 60-meter and 200-meter dash. Farley earned top honors in three separate races, including two individual efforts in both the 200-meter and 400-meter dash. Hasell rounded out the individual honorees for the Sea Gulls as she earned the recognition for her standout performance in the weight throw.
The combination of Farley, Hairston, Meier, and Rishell all made the list of honorees after their top performance in the 4x400-meter relay.
In all, a total of 1,460 All-Region honors were handed out to 192 different institutions across the country. The honorees were split almost 50/50 as 740 women garnered All-Region accolades as compared to 720 men.
The top-5 individuals in each event from each region earned All-Region distinction, in addition to each member of the region's top-3 relay teams. The regions used for this award are the Atlantic, Central, Great Lakes, Mideast, Midwest, New England, South/Southeast and West and match those used during the cross country season.
George Fox University led all institutions with 40 All-Region selections while two other programs, Emory University and Wartburg College, had more than 35 honorees, totaling 38 and 37, respectively.
To view the entire list of All-Region honorees, click here