Correction 5/9/16: Haverford runner Charlie Hale was listed as having won the 1,500 at the Penn Relay, when in fact it was teammate Charlie Marquardt. The poll has been changed to reflect this correction.
It’s time for a look at some of the top performances of the week around D3 Men's Track and Field – the nominees for HERO of the Week!
The only way to vote is the poll at the bottom of the page. Once you’ve made your voice heard, be sure to share with friends so they can vote as well, and check back next week to see who won. Polls close Monday at noon Pacific, so be sure to get your vote in on time!
With 77.26 percent of last week's vote, you named Mount Union senior Tyler Orewiler your D3 Men's Track and Field HERO of the Week. He won the award after he finished first in the pole vault with an impressive mark of 16-8.25 at the Sparky Adams Invitational.
Very nice job, Tyler!
Now for this week's nominees.
So. Jaevon Hardy
Westminster (PA): Won the 100 at the Presidents AC Championships with a time of 10.57.
So. Hugh Pegan
Occidental: Topped the field in the 200 at the SCIAC Championships with a time of 21.20.
Jr. Jeh Johnson
Occidental: Captured the title in the 400 at the SCIAC Championships, finishing the event in 47.80.
So. Donson Cook-Gallardo
Carleton: Won the 800 with a 1:50.87 mark at the Drake Relays.
Jr. Charlie Marquardt*
Haverford: At the Penn Relays, won the 1500 with a time of 3:46.89.
Sr. Cole Decker
Central College: Finished seventh in the 5000 at the Drake Relays with a 14:11.31 mark.
So. Darin Lau
Wis. Eau Claire: At the GINA Relays, placed third in the 10,000 with a time of 29:45.82.
Sr. Jordan Carpenter
Wis. Oshkosh: Came in fourth in the 3000 steeplechase at the GINA Relays with a 8:57.57 mark.
Sr. John Latour
Westfield State: Topped the long jump field at the New England Alliance Championship with a distance of 23-8.
Sr. Edward Cummins
RIC: Captured the hammer throw title with a distance of 197-8 at the New England Alliance Championship.