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Men’s track and field tied for 16th place overall with 12 points at the 2016 NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championship meet held at Grinnell College.

Arinze Okeke ’18 finished fourth overall in the triple jump, earning All-America honors with a best leap of 48-feet, 1.75-inches (14.67m) — a new personal best for the junior. Compatriot William Ruschel ’19 finished in 12th place with a best leap of 45-feet, 10-inches (13.97m).

Livingston Albritten ’18, competing on the national stage for the first time in his career, finished seventh in the 200-meter dash with a time of 22.31 and earned All-America status.

Also on his first-ever trip to a NCAA Division III Championship, Jarod Wilson ’19 came in 15th place in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:59.94.