Rams named All-Conference:
Senior Jacob Benson, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump
Freshman Ciarre Campbell, Long Jump
Sophomore Janay DeLoach, 60 Meters, Long Jump
Junior Nicole Feest, 3000 Meters
Freshman Collin Ferguson, High Jump
Megan Fox, 4×400 Relay
Josh Glaab, 5000 Meters
Becky Hammitt, 800 Meters, 4×400 Relay
Junior Justin Hazzard, 60 Hurdles
Junior Nate Heyrman, Shot Put, Weight Throw
Junior Mike Horton, 60 Hurdles
Amanda Huddleston, Triple Jump
Kevin Johnson, Heptathlon
Brandon Kent, 400 Meters
Junior Danielle Korb, Mile, 3000 Meters
Magnus Lohse, Shot Put
junior Jill McCormick, Weight Throw
freshman Anne McLaughlin, High Jump
sophomore Drew Morano, 200 Meters
Mike Nicks, Mile
Emily Pearson, 4×400 Relay
sophomore Rodnee Pope, 200 Meters
Loree Smith, Shot Put, Weight Throw
Katrice Thomas, 200 Meters, 400 Meters, 4×400 Relay
Adam Trainor, Weight Throw
John Woods, 60 Meters
Two Rams left the NCAA track and field Division-I Indoor Championships in Arkansas March 11-12 with All-American honors.
Overall, the CSU women's track team finished 26th nationally. The men's team placed 34th over the weekend.
Senior throwers Loree Smith and Magnus Lohse were named All-American. The award was Smith's fifth All-American Award.
Smith finished second in the weight throw with a toss of 74-3 3/4 and broke the CSU, Mountain West Conference and American Collegiate records. This marks the seventh time Smith has broken the CSU weight throw record. She placed eighth in the shot put.
Lohse finished fourth in the shot put 8 inches from first place with a throw of 63-1 1/2.
Seniors Adam Trainor finished 11th in the weight throw.
Senior John Woods finished 11th in the 60 meters.
The CSU women finished off the season ranked 11th in the indoor team power rankings. The men finished 13th nationally.
To top off the season, the men were ranked 17th in the final Trackwire 25 poll. The women tied for 17th with UCLA.