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Wabash Claims Seventh NCAC Indoor Track & Field Title

2020 All-NCAC Men’s Indoor Observe & Subject Performers | Outcomes

Wabash gained its seventh general league title at the 2020 NCAC Indoor Observe & Subject Championships on Saturday at the Mitchell Centre in Granville, Ohio. The Tiny Giants amassed 207.seventy nine points to win the group title, when Ohio Wesleyan finished 2nd with one hundred fifteen.sixty two full points. 

Denison finished 3rd with 92 points, followed by Wittenberg in fourth (seventy two.twenty five), Oberlin in fifth (60), DePauw in sixth (forty eight.twelve), Wooster in seventh (forty three.forty five), Allegheny in eighth (forty three.twenty five) and Kenyon in ninth (19.50).

2020 NCAC Men’s Indoor Observe & Subject Athlete of the 12 months Award Winners:

Men’s Subject: Isaiah Campbell, Wabash
Wabash junior Isaiah Campbell (Indianapolis, IN/Ben Davis) attained the league’s leading honor in discipline events after earning all-NCAC honors in two events, which incorporated a conference title. He claimed the NCAC crown in the shot place with a distance of 48’ 08.75” and positioned 3rd in the weight toss with a heave of 50’ 10.75”.

Men’s Sprint/Hurdles: Will McMichael, Wooster
Wooster sophomore Will McMichael (Miami, FL/Evanston Township) claimed a few All-NCAC honors. The sophomore gained the four hundred meter operate in forty nine.seventy five seconds and also ran the fourth leg of the 2nd-spot finishing 4×200 relay (1:32.15) and the fourth leg of the 4×400 meter relay that positioned fourth (three:27.ninety eight).

Men’s Length/Middle Length: Sam Henthorn, Wabash
Wabash senior Sam Henthorn (Westfield, IN/Westfield) claimed two conference titles to make NCAC Length Athlete of the 12 months. The senior positioned 1st in the three,000 meters after crossing the line in 8:38.twenty five and also took 1st in the 5,000 meters, breaking the tape in 15:31.08.

Newcomer of the 12 months: Alex Victor, Allegheny
Allegheny senior Alex Victor (Miami, FL/G. Holmes Braddock) attained the NCAC Men’s Indoor Observe & Subject Newcomer of the 12 months award after earning All-NCAC honors in his 1st year of collegiate competitors. The newcomer to keep track of and discipline positioned 2nd in the 60 meter operate, finishing the race in 7 seconds flat. He also ran a leg of the Allegheny 4×200 meter relay that positioned fourth (1:32.67).

Men’s Coach of the 12 months: Clyde Morgan, Wabash
Wabash head coach Clyde Morgan was named the NCAC Men’s Indoor Observe & Subject Coach of the 12 months for the sixth time in his occupation. The Tiny Giants claimed their 2nd-consecutive title, and 7 general after earning 5 consecutive titles from 2011-2015. Morgan’s squad claimed 16 All-NCAC performances such as 10 NCAC occasion titles.


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 Isaiah Campbell

Will McMichael

Sam Henthorn

Alex Victor

Clyde Morgan