Eight Ashland University indoor track and field athletes were announced as All-Americans on Monday (March 14) by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Crayon earned a national championship in the weight, turning in a top distance of 21.81 meters/71-feet-6¾, while Campbell took fourth at 20.60 meters/67-feet-7. Talk was fifth in the shot at 17.53 meters/57-feet-6¼.
Sindelar took third in the shot with a top mark of 16.00 meters/52-feet-6.
Ashland's second-teamers include sophomore Clayton Jury (men's weight), senior Lauren Ellsworth (women's 200-meter dash), junior Rebecca Koval (women's high jump) and junior Megan Tomei (women's shot put).
Jury was 11th in the weight (18.69 meters/61-feet-4), Ellsworth finished 12th in the 200 (24.65 seconds), Koval was 11th in the high jump (1.66 meters/5-feet-5¼) and Tomei placed 12th in the shot (13.78 meters/45-feet-2½).
First-teamers are those who finished in the top eight at the 2016 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Pittsburg, Kan., while second-teamers are those who finished 9th-12th.