CU - Men’s T&F finishes 21st at Indoor Nationals
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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Deon Fox (SR/Muskegon, Mich.) continued his stellar week with a second All-American plaque on Saturday as he led the Golden Eagle men to a 21st place team finish at the NAIA Indoor National Championships. Fox finished eighth in the 60m hurdles and 10th in the pole vault as the attention now shifts to the outdoor season.
Deon Fox had a brilliant week for the Cornerstone men's track & field team as he finished his week with a second All-American plaque on the final day of the championships.
After finishing fifth in the Heptathlon on Friday afternoon, Fox returned to the track on Saturday where he came in eighth in the 60m hurdles. Then to close out the meet, finished 10th in the pole vault.
The points he earned, combined with the racewalk pair of All-Americans from Friday, gave Cornerstone 12 on the week which was good for a 21st place overall finish. Fellow WHAC school Indiana Tech won the event and they were followed by Wayland Baptist and Concordia.
Cross Country/Track & Field Contact: Aaron Sagraves