Sienna Heights - Five Men's T&F Members Earn All-American Honors on the Final Day of the NAIA Championships
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GULF SHORES, Ala. -- The Siena Heights men's track and field team finished the 2016 NAIA Outdoor Championships strong with five NAIA All-Americans on the final day of competition.
Finishing third in the 110m hurdles was Frederick Boyd in 14.31 seconds to take home All-American honors.
Richard DePalma cleared the vault at 16' 4.75" (5.00m) for third place and All-American status.
In the shot put, Logan Gray threw 55 feet, 2 inches (16.81m) to earn fifth place and All-American honors.
Torin Anderson finished seventh in the 400m hurdles, crossing the finish line at 54.06 seconds to earn All-American honors.
In the 4x400m relay, the Saints finished third in 3:11.24 to lock down All-American status.
As a team, the Saints finished in sixth place with 35 points. Indiana Tech won the event with 86 points, followed by Concordia (Neb.) with 52 points, Wiley with 51 points and Wayland Baptist with 41 points.