Thomas Takes Fourth as Track & Field Concludes NCAA Championships in Style

Thomas Takes Fourth as Track & Field Concludes NCAA Championships in Style

BOSTON – Sophomore Oliver Thomas (Goffstown, NH) placed fourth as three others placed seventh en route to four All-America accolades at the 2019 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center.

Thomas posted an 8.27 in the 60m hurdles for the programs first All-America performance of the day and second All-America of the weekend.

Junior Sydney Packard (Georgetown, MA) collected her fourth career All-America nod with a 2:15.24 in the 800m. Packard is now tied with high jumper Laura Pumphrey for the women's program lead.

Senior Ryan Wittenberg (Bedford, NH), who led about three quarters of his race, ended up seventh in a time of 1:53.96 in the 800m.

Senior Antoine Harris (Southington, CT) closed out the competition with a seventh-place 22.13 in the 200m.

The five All-America nods, including Carley Dykstra's pole vault honor, raises head coach Brian Chabot's total to 13 for the women and 17 overall.

The outdoor campaign gets underway on March 30 at the Bryant Black & Gold Invitational.