Ninety-Eight (98) student-athletes on Friday were named to the 2020-21 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Track & Field All-Academic Teams, as announced by Commissioner Dan Mara. Sixty-two (62) women and thirty-six (36) men break down the two All-Academic Teams.
Following the conclusion of the regular season, the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announces its All-Region honorees for the 2021 outdoor track & field season, and the Wilmington University program earned five certificates for this past spring.
A pair of distance champions led the Wilmington University women’s track and field team to a seventh place finish at the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championships on Sunday, hosted by Georgian Court University.
Anchored by its first two conference champions, the Wilmington University men’s track and field team finished third overall at the 2021 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championships on Friday on the campus of Georgian Court University.
For the first time in program history, the Wilmington University track and field team had a sub-11 second 100-meter time, as two Wildcats accomplished the feat as the teams competed at the Fast Times Before Finals hosted by Rowan University on Saturday afternoon.
It was 705 days since the Wilmington University track & field team competed in a meet, but that streak is now over as the Wildcats battled in the Delaware State University Sting Invite on Wednesday at Alumni Stadium.
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Associate Commissioner Doug DeBiase produced an Icebreakers series to highlight the student-athletes, staff, and administration of the 14 CACC institutions. Wilmington University track and field captain Dyonne Hicks was interviewed and was asked some of life's toughest questions.