Bridgewater State's Andrews, Fitchburg State's Woolley and Westfield State's Cardin Earn All-American Honors at Final Day of NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

Bridgewater State's Andrews, Fitchburg State's Woolley and Westfield State's Cardin Earn All-American Honors at Final Day of NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

Results

Bridgewater State's Jayci Andrews, Fitchburg State's Annie Woolley and Westfield State's Jessie Cardin earn All-American honors after finishing in the top eight of their events Saturday at the NCAA DIII Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship.

Bridgewater State's Andrews (Plymouth, Mass.) placed second in the 100-meter hurdles to earn All-American honors. Andrews broke her own school record in the hurdles with a time of 14.14 seconds as she eclipsed her previous BSU mark of 14.27 seconds set at the NEICAAA Championships earlier this month. Andrews was edged out by junior Sophie Stokes Cerkvenik of Colby College who won the national title with a time of 14.06 seconds.

Fitchburg State's Woolley (Malden, Mass.) earned All-American honors after placing third overall in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 14.16 seconds. Woolley entered the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships ranked first in the country in the 100 meter hurdles after qualifying for the 2018 National Championships with a first place finish in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 14.03 seconds at the 2018 DIII New England Championships, hosted by MIT earlier this month.

Westfield State's Cardin earned All-America honors with a seventh-place finish in the women's 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 10:37.75. She is also a two-time All-American (2016, 2018) in cross country.

Portions of this release courtesy of Bridgewater State, Fitchburg State and Westfield State Sports Information