NORMAL, Ala. – Alabama State University claimed their 10th Southwestern Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship Sunday at Louis Crews Stadium in Normal, Alabama. The Lady Hornets secured the top spot earning them their fifth consecutive conference outdoor title with a point total of 284. This also marks the third consecutive season that ASU takes home the SWAC Triple Crown (Cross Country, Indoor Track and Outdoor Track and Field).
Texas Southern finished in second place with 104 points, Prairie View came in third with 100 points, Southern finished fourth with 83 and Grambling State rounded out the top five with 72 points. Arkansas Pine Bluff (57), Alcorn State (50), Alabama A&M (34), Mississippi Valley (22) and Jackson State completed the scoring finishing with 13 points.
Individually, Sydnee Worlds of Arkansas-Pine Bluff earned Most Outstanding Field Performer honor rolling up 26 points through four events.
Artrailia LaSane of Alabama State claimed the Most Outstanding Track Performer accolades for the second straight season, finishing with 36 points. She took first place in the 1500 Run (10) and Steeplechase (10).
Other top finishers included Narricka Williams Ferebee (Alabama State) winning the 100 Meter Hurdles.
FIRST TEAM ALL-SWAC
Alexis Ferebee – Alabama State
Santina Williams – Alabama State
Tatiana Etienne – Alabama State
Artrailia Lesane – Alabama State
Paige Rankin – Alabama State
Narricka Williams – Alabama State
Doenca Bookman – Prairie View
Alicie Terrell – Alabama State
Tyler Anderson – Grambling State
Sydnee Worlds – Arkansas Pine Bluff
Briana Radford – Southern
Georgeanna Felder – Southern
Karina Foster – Texas Southern
Lori Davis – Alabama State
Robyn Hancock – Alabama A&M
Kourtney Lacey – Alabama A&M
Angela Uhegwu – Prairie View
Tatiana David – Alcorn State
Jada Curbea, – Prairie View
SECOND TEAM ALL-SWAC
Dikerria Wilson – Alabama State
Creshonda Carter – Grambling State
Tierra McGowan – Texas Southern
Brandee Ebert – Alabama State
Shakalia Williams – Alabama State
Sydney Edwards – Texas Southern
Sarah Westbrook – Prairie View
Ashley Shepard – Southern
Kadijah Gordon – Alabama State
Kenya Wheeler – Grambling State
Dominique Edwards – Alcorn State
Imani White – Alabama State
Carla Leblanc – Southern
Destiny Thurmond – Alabama A&M