Time for our weekly look at some of the top performances in D3 Men's Track and Field — the nominees for HERO of the Week!
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With a majority of the Week 6 vote, Hope's Nicholas Salomon was voted D3 Men's Track & Field HERO of the Week! the senior earned the award after he came in second in the 800M at the GVSU Al Owens Open with a time of 1:51.96.
Nice job, Nick!
Now for this week's nominees.
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Wisconsin Whitewater: Placed fifth in the 100M at the Drake Relays with a time of 10.63, the fastest mark in D3 this season.
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Texas Lutheran: Won the 200M at the SCAC Championships with a 21.31 mark.
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Worcester State: Captured the 400M title in the New England Alliance Championships with a time of 47.78.
Amherst: At the NESCAC Championships, he won the 800M with a 1:51.94 mark.
Williams: Topped the field in the 1500M at the NESCAC Championships with a 3:50.34 mark.
RPI: Came in eighth in the 5000M at the Penn Relays with a time of 14:07.76.
Nebraska Wesleyan: At the Drake Relays, he placed 10th in the 10,000M with a time of 30:23.91.
Mount Union: Captured the title in the 110H with a time of 14.43.
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RIC: Came in first in the 400H at the New England Alliance Championships with a time of 53.06.
PSU-Harrisburg: Placed third in the discus with a throw of 171-1 at the Penn Relays.