t’s time for a look at some of the top performances of the week around D1 Men's Track and Field – the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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With 66.3 percent of last week's vote, you named South Carolina sophomore Isaiah Moore your D1 Men's Track and Field HERO of the Week! Moore won the award after he finished sixth in the 110 hurdles at the Florida Relays with a time of 13.54.
Nice job, Isaiah!
Now for this week's nominees.
Sr. Markesh Woodson
Missouri: Placed third in the 100 at the Spec Towns Invitational with a time of 10.20.
Sr. Devin Jenkins
Texas A&M: Came in second with a time of 20.39 at the Sun Angel Classic.
Jr. Fred Kerley
Texas A&M: At the Sun Angel Classic, finished second in the 400 with a 45.10 mark.
Jr. Shaquille Walker
BYU: Topped the field in the 800 at the Sun Angel Classic with a 1:44.99 mark.
Sr. Izaic Yorks
Washington: Captured the 1500 title with a time of 3:41.56 at the Pepsi Invitational.
Jr. Henry Wynne
Virginia: Won the 5000 at the Virginia Quad Meet with a 13:49.35 mark.
Jr. Freddie Crittenden
Syracuse: Topped the field in the 110 hurdles at the Miami Hurricane Alumni Invitational with a time of 13.53. [divider]
Courtesy of Southern Illinois Athletics
Jr. Kyle Landon
Southern Illinois: Won the high jump at the Tiger Classic with a distance of 7-3. [divider]
Courtesy of Ohio State Athletic Department
Sr. JC Murasky
Ohio State: Won the shot put event at the LSU Battle on the Bayou with a 65-8.25 mark. [divider]
Courtesy of North Dakota State Athletics
Jr. Matti Mortimore
North Dakota State: At the Husker Spring Invitational, he won the javelin with a distance of 248-8.