GRINNELL, Iowa – Allanah Whitehall and Geremia Lizier-Zmudzinski both clinched All-American honors during the NCAA Division-III Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday afternoon. In addition to Tyler Shipley's All-American nod on Friday, the Logger track & field program places three All-Americans in the same season for the first time since 1999.
Whitehall became the first Puget Sound indoor track & field student-athlete to earn back-to-back All-American. She placed sixth in the 60-m dash with a time of 7.66 seconds, earning the same honor as when she competed in the 60-m last year. She's the Loggers' all-time fastest sprinter with a time 7.56 seconds in the 60-m.
Lizier-Zmudzinski set the new Puget Sound standard in the 3,000-m run earlier this season (8:11.96), and he placed seventh on Saturday with a time of 8:30.33.
On Friday, Shipley finished the 5,000-m run with a time of 14:29.14, good for fifth overall. Shipley owns the school in the event with a time of 14:25.46.
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