CSCAA Releases Complete Division III All-American Squads

The CSCAA announced the complete 2012-2013 CSCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s All-America Teams.  For clarification, All-America Honors are given to athletes who finish in the top eight of an individual or relay event at their respective NCAA Championship, while athletes who finish in places 9-16 in the consolation finals of individual or relay events receive Honorable Mention All-America recognition.

Emory University led all schools with 25 All-Americans (16 women, 9 men), and an additional five who received Honorable Mention awards.  The Eagles ran away with their fourth consecutive women’s team title, besting runner-up Kenyon by almost 150 points, and also recorded a top five overall finish on the men’s side.  The 2nd-5th place women’s teams (Kenyon, Denison, Williams, and Johns Hopkins) also had double-digit All-Americans.

Kenyon returned to the top of the podium in the men’s meet after two years of finishing behind in-state rival Denison.  The Lords dethroned the back-to-back champions with a group of 11 men’s All-Americans (the most of any school) that dominated the relays events, winning three out of five, and finishing second in another.

For the full team list, click here

Breakdown by top five schools:

Men

Place

Points

All-Americans

All-Americans (HM)

Kenyon

1st

499.5

11

3

Denison

2nd

428

10

4

MIT

3rd

334

10

3

Johns Hopkins

4th

316

9

1

Emory

5th

280

9

4

 

Women

Place

Points

All-Americans

All-Americans (HM)

Emory

1st

619

16

1

Kenyon

2nd

483

13

1

Denison

3rd

363

11

4

Williams

4th

304

10

3

Johns Hopkins

5th

290

10

1

 

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Big ups to Peter O’Brien

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