Four individuals and one relay from the CAC earned All-America honors on day two of the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at North Central's Al B. Carius Track in Naperville, Ill.
Salisbury's Eric Halton and Meghan McGowan, Christopher Newport's Ryan Scott, Wesley's Roland Attoh-Okine, and the Wesley women's 4x400 relay of Elizsha Streeter, Quadira Minus, Briana Artis, and Angel Hall claimed All-America honors with top-eight finishes in their respective events.
Five CAC teams earned spots in the final team standings. On the men's side, Christopher Newport tied for 20th with 10 points, Salisbury tied for 39th with six points, and Wesley tied for 50th with four points. On the women's side, Wesley tied for 41st with five points and Salisbury tied for 61st with two points.
Salisbury's Halton secured the top finish of the weekend among CAC competitors, taking third in the 400 meters with a school-record time of 48.83. McGowan claimed All-America recognition in the high jump for the third straight year, posting a top mark of 1.69 meters to claim sixth.
Christopher Newport's Scott earned a pair of All-America awards in the 60-hurdles and the 200. He finished fourth in the 60-hurdles at 8.16, and sixth in the 200 at 22.11. With his performance, Scott became the first Captain to earn a pair of All-American honors at a single title meet since 2012 when Richard Roethel won the heptathlon and placed third in the high jump at the indoor championships.
Joining Scott on the All-America podium in the 60-hurdles was Wesley's Attoh-Okine, who placed fifth in 8.18.
Also competing on Saturday were CNU's Dominique Torres in the triple jump and Wesley's Jasmine Brown in the high jump. Torres took 12th at 13.58m, while Brown placed t-13th at 1.65m.