La Crosse, Wisconsin – Trinity finished off the final day of action at the NCAA Championships with outstanding performances from three Tiger student-athletes.
Senior Cody Hall put forth the best performance of the day by earning All-America honors with a personal record in the 110 meter hurdles final.
Hall finished the race in 14.23 seconds – a scant 0.01 seconds from the national championship time – and the fastest time in school history at the NCAA Championships. The second-place finish for Hall is also tied for the best mark in school history, equaling the finish by All-American Todd Wildman in 2009.
Molly McCullough raced to a ninth-place finish in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, finishing in 10:46.56 and missing out on All-America status by five seconds. McCullough improved by nearly 20 seconds from her performance at last year's nationals and was seconds from her own personal-best time.
Britney Sullivan was Trinity's second All-America honoree of the day after earning a seventh-place finish in the triple jump. Sullivan jumped 11.75 meters on her second attempt of the day, which qualified her for the finals. That turned out to be her best mark of the event and held up for an All-American finish.