NEW ORLEANS – All-Americans for the 2020 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field season were announced on Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Normal policies dictate that All-America honors are awarded based on classifications of performance at the NCAA Championships.
Due to the cancellation of the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships, the Executive Committee adopted the following criteria:
- Based on the posted startlist for the national championships announced by the NCAA, the following will be recognized as All-America for the 2020 indoor track & field season:
- Individual events: ALL student-athletes listed on the startlist for the anticipated event.
- Relay events: The four student-athletes per anticipated relay who produced the performance that was declared and accepted into their event.
- There will not be a distinction of "first-team" or "second-team" to these recognitions.
A total of 716 honors were handed out to 117 different institutions on Tuesday.
On an individual level, 15 different women earned three or more All-America certificates, compared 11 men. Trevor Bassitt of Ashland and Cheyenne Williamson of Saginaw Valley State were the only athletes to take home four honors each. Bassitt was set to compete in the 200 Meters, 400 Meters, 60 Meter Hurdles and 4×400 Relay, while Williamson had the 60 Meter Hurdles, high jump, long jump and 4×400 Relay on her docket.
Here is a full list of Cardinals who were named All-Americans for the 2020 indoor season...