CEDARVILLE, Ohio - The men's track and field team received 90 points at the NCCAA national championships to end third of 14 teams at the national meet. Greenville had eight entries produce All-American finishes.
Mitchell Hooten was the NCCAA national champion in the shot put with a distance of 14.95 meters (49 feet-0.75 inches).
Jeremiah Davis won the NCCAA title in the 200 meter dash with a time of 22.15 seconds.
LC Washington placed right behind Hooten in the shot put as he reached 14.80 meters (48-6.75).
David Martin posted a national runner-up performance in the heptathlon with 4344 points.
Chris Crawford hit a mark of 15.41 meters (50-6.75) for third place in the weight throw.
The 4x800 meter relay team of Kessinger, Kaleb Carlson, Pierce, and Mangold completed the race in 8:10.67 for third place.
The Panthers will compete at the SLIAC invitational next Saturday at Principia.