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USTFCCCA Indoor Track and Field All-America Awards Announced
Courtesy: WAC
DENVER - The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) has announced the 288 men and 266 women who have earned USTFCCCA All-America honors for the 2013 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field season based on their performances at the Indoor Track & Field Championships. 

The Western Athletic Conference had four men and one woman score and a total of seven participate at the championships.

UT Arlington led the way with three All-Americans. Bozidar Antunovic (first team), Romain Martin (first team) and Clayton Vaughn (second team) give the Mavericks their most individual recipients in an indoor season ever. Antunovic placed fifth in the shot put at the NCAA Championships with a throw of 63-05 to claim his first indoor All-America accolade. Martin's eighth-place showing in the heptathlon (5,772 points) made him a three-time indoor first-team All-American. Vaughn placed ninth in the 60-meter dash with a clocking of 6.66, missing the final heat by just .01.

Louisiana Tech's Trey Hadnot earned first-team All-American status, breaking his own school record of 20.81 with a time of 20.48 in the 200m dash. Hadnot finished third on the podium, giving him his first medal in three attempts at the national meet. Texas State pole vaulter Logan Cunningham reached All-America status for the third time in his career with an 11th place-finish. Cunningham cleared a distance of 5.40m (17-08.5), earning him second team honors. 

Idaho's Hannah Kiser, the lone women's representative from the WAC, received first team All-American honors in the 3,000m. Kiser, placed fifth with a time of 9:07.72. 



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