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All-NCAC Indoor Track & Field

All-NCAC Men's Indoor Track

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2019 All-NCAC Men's Indoor Track & Field Performers

2019 NCAC Men's Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year Award Winners:

Men's Field: Jayson Blankenship, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan junior Jayson Blankenship (Medina, OH/Medina) earned the league's top honor in field events after winning two NCAC titles. He opened the conference Championships with the best score in the heptathlon with 4,450 points. He also won the league title in the pole vault with a height of 14’ 03.25”.

Men's Sprint/Hurdles: Brady Gossett, Wabash
Wabash senior Brady Gossett (Indianapolis, IN/Triton Central) claimed three All-NCAC honors after earning three third-place finishes. The senior competed in the 60-meter dash (7.103), 200-meter dash (22.64), and ran the first-leg of the 4x200 meter relay (1:32.38).

Men's Distance/Middle Distance: Zach Batt, DePauw
DePauw senior Zach Batt (Stafford, VA/North Stafford) recorded three All-NCAC performances to earn NCAC Distance Athlete of the Year. The senior placed first in the mile run after crossing the line in 4:22.64 and ran the last leg of the distance medley relay (10:22.12) in which he and his teammates took first. Batt also claimed third in the 3,000-meter run after crossing the line in 8:50.29.

Newcomer of the Year: Preston Whaley, Wabash
Wabash freshman Preston Whaley (Fort Worth, TX/Chisholm) earned the NCAC Men's Indoor Track & Field Newcomer of the Year award after winning the triple jump with a mark of 46’ 09.50”. The rookie also added four points to his team’s total by placing fifth in the long jump with a mark of 21’ 01.25”.

Men's Coach of the Year: Dennis Rice, Wooster
Wooster head coach Dennis Rice was named the NCAC Men’s Indoor Track & Field Coach of the Year for the second time in his career. The Fighting Scots improved five spots from the 2018 standings, increasing their point total by 67 from a season ago. Rice's squad claimed seven All-NCAC performances including two NCAC titles in the 400 and 5,000 meters. 

Field
Athlete of the Year 
Sprint/Hurdler
Athlete of the Year 
Distance/Middle Distance
Athlete of the Year 
Newcomer
of the Year
Coach
of the Year
             

 Jayson Blankenship

 Brady Gosset

 Zach Batt

Preston Whaley

 Dennis Rice


  

All-NCAC Women's Indoor Track

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Note: Teams posted in .pdf format. Adobe Reader required.

2019 All-NCAC Women's Indoor Track & Field Performers

2019 NCAC Women's Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year Award Winners:

Women's Field: Carolyn Webster, Wooster
Wooster senior Carolyn Webster (Fredericktown, OH/Fredericktown) earned the award as the top field athlete over the course of the championship meet after claiming two NCAC titles in the long jump (17’ 06.75”) and the pentathlon (3,229 points) and recording a third-place finish in the high jump (5’ 00.50”).

Women's Sprint/Hurdles & Newcomer of the Year: Alexis Walker, Wittenberg
Wittenberg freshman Alexis Walker (Pickerington, OH/Pickerington North) had a memorable showing in her inaugural appearance as she took home two individual event titles and was part of another winning relay team. Walker won the 60-meter dash in a time of 8.01 and then crossed the line first in the 200-meter dash (26.33). The rookie closed out her championship debut by running the second leg on the Tigers' winning 4x400-meter relay team that crossed the line in 4:11.44.

Women's Distance/Middle Distance: Linnea Halsten, Oberlin
Oberlin senior Linnea Halsten (Madison, WI/Madison East) collected the award as the league's top distance runner over the course of the meet as she posted a pair victories in the two longest races. First, she broke the tape on Friday night in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 17:33.06, before returning to the track on Saturday afternoon and winning the 3,000-meter run in 10:34.26.

Women's Coach of the Year: Ray Appenheimer, Oberlin
Oberlin head coach Ray Appenheimer was named the NCAC Women’s Coach of the Year for the third-consecutive season and the fifth time in his career. Over the course of the two-day meet, Appenheimer's squad collected seven individual event titles and solidified their third-straight league title with 11 additional All-NCAC performances.

 

Field
Athlete of the Year 

Sprint/Hurdler
Athlete of the Year 
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Newcomer
of the Year

 

Distance/Middle Distance
Athlete of the Year 

 

Coach
of the Year

             
Carolyn Webster Alexis Walker Linnea Halsten Ray Appenheimer