2022 NJCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field All-America
NEW ORLEANS – All-America honors for the 2022 NJCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field season were announced on Thursday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Student-athletes earned USTFCCCA All-America honors by virtue of finishing among the top-8 of their respective individual events – including as a member of a relay – at the 2022 NJCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships last week in Hutchinson, Kansas.
Not surprisingly, the programs earning the most honors were among the most successful at the national championships.
Women’s national team champion and men’s runner-up Iowa Western CC earned the most combined men’s and women’s honors with 48, followed by men’s team champion South Plains (Texas) with 46 (the Lady Texans finished fifth).
Barton (Kan.) CC had the next most All-Americans with 41 after finishing third in the men’s team standings and fourth in the women’s. Cloud County (Kan.) CC followed with 37 and New Mexico JC (runner-up in women’s standings) rounded out the top-5 with 34.
Also earning 20 or more All-America honors were Butler (Kan.) CC with 27, Indian Hills (Iowa) CC with 22 and Central Arizona with 20.
Individually, two athletes led the way with four All-American honors – Ashantai Boller of New Mexico JC and Ahmed Sado of Trinidad (Colo.). Bollers placed third in 100 and fourth in the 200 and also ran on the T-Birds’ runner-up 4×400 team and third-place 4×100 squad. Sado was runner-up in the steeplechase, sixth in the 1500 and eighth in the 5000, plus ran on the Trojans’ third-place 4×800 team.
There were 25 different athletes with three All-American honors.
See below for a full list of athletes who earned USTFCCCA All-American honors for their efforts during the 2022 NJCAA DI Outdoor Track & Field Championships!