The University of Mary Washington men's and women's outdoor track and field teams each saw five athletes gain All-Region accolades form the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association of America on Monday.
The men saw five athletes gain honors in six events. Sophomore David Danek (high jump), senior Daniel Forjan (shot put), sophomore Jeff Gibson (10K), senior Jose Mundo (triple jump), and freshman Rajai Walton (high jump and long jump) were honored on the men's side, while sophomore Erin Andrewlevich (400 meters), sophomore Yamina James (pole vault), freshman Kristina Tosi (high jump), junior Jillian Weisbeck (5000 meters), and senior Bethany Wilson (heptathalon) were all honored.
The top five individuals in each event from each region earned All-Region distinction, in addition to each of the members of the region's top three relay teams. The regions used for this award – Atlantic, Central, Great Lakes, Mideast, Midwest, New England, South/Southeast, West – match those used during the cross country and indoor track & field season.
On the men's side, a total of 743 athletes from 192 programs earned 948 All-Region honors. Five programs had 19 or more All-Region selections with George Fox leading the way with 23 out of the West Region. Rowan was close behind with 22 out of the Atlantic Region, followed by North Central (Ill.) with 20 in the Midwest Region, while Christopher Newport and Mount Union each had 19 in the South/Southeast Region and Great Lakes Region, respectively.
On the women's side, a total of 667 athletes from 184 programs earned 940 All-Region honors. Seven programs had 19 or more All-Region selections with SUNY Geneseoleading the way with 23 out of the Atlantic Region. Nebraska Wesleyan and Williamswere close behind with 22 each out of the Central Region and New England Region, respectively. UW-Eau Claire had 21 out of the Midwest Region, followed by Emory with 20 out of the South/Southeast Region. George Fox and Whitworth, both of the West Region, had 19 each.