Led by a pair of top-five finishes from Western Kentucky’s 400-meter and 1,600-meter relays Saturday at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships, WKU set a program record with seven athletes earning first-team All-American honors in Eugene, Ore.
WKU’s seven first-team All-Americans are the most in school history at a single NCAA championship and three more than its previous high of four honorees in 1973. Overall, WKU finished with eight first- and second-team All-American accolades – also a program best at a single NCAA championship.
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