JAGUARS’ RADEMEYER CLAIMS ALL-AMERICAN HONORS AT THE NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP

Results

EUGENE, Ore.

– The University of South Alabama’s freshman Kyle Rademeyer concluded his track and field season after earning Second-Team All-American honors at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Championship Wednesday evening at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

Rademeyer recorded a 5.30m height on the second of three attempts in the pole vault after finishing 11th out of 23 athletes in the event.

MEET INFORMATION
Date: June 9-11
Meet: NCAA Outdoor Championship
Host: The University of Oregon
Site: Hayward Field (Eugene, Ore.)

UP NEXT
– Senior Autavia Fluker will represent the Jaguars in the hammer at the NCAA Outdoor Championships Thursday at 3 p.m. (CT) in Eugene, Ore.

THEY SAID IT
Head Coach Paul Brueske

– On Rademeyer’s performance: “Kyle [Rademeyer] just barely missed the first-team All-American honors. The conditions weren’t ideal as it was raining, but he overcame adversity and performed like a true athlete. To be able to perform in such a way as a freshman makes us proud, and we are going to see a lot more from him in the future.”
 
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