Tiffin University's men's track program led all NCAA Division II indoor track and field programs with 16 All Americans recognized by the USTFCCCA.
Tiffin had an equal division of First Team and Second Team picks, with eight on each squad. James Ngandu was a First Team pick in the 3000 and 5000 meters, while Vincent Vogel (long jump), Cameron Burrows (heptathlon), Eric Jackson (shot put), Jonte Baker (60), Reginald Thomas (60), and Davis Bowers (pole vault) were also First Team selections.
Earning Second Team nods were Burrows (long jump), Nikolas Curtiss (shot put), Jalon Monigan (triple jump), Mackenzi Rickman (60 hurdles), and the 4x400 relay team of Chance Abbitt, Drew Hickman, Shaquille Hildreth, and Michael King.
Student-athletes earned First-Team All-America honors by virtue of finishing among the top-8 in their events, including as a member of a relay, at this past weekend's NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas.
Second-Team All-America honors are for those who finished ninth through 16th in their individual events, or on a relay team that finished ninth or 10th.
In all, 155 men earned 182 First-Team All-America honors from 57 different institutions.
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