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Kentucky Track & Field Earns 20 All-American Honors for 2019-20 season

Congratulations are in order for 15 University of Kentucky student athletes who have picked up All-American honors for the 2019-20 indoor track and field season.

These 15 student athletes brought home 20 honors, tied for the fifth-most in the NCAA. Eight athletes from the women’s team earned 11 AA honors, and seven student athletes earned nine AA honors for the men’s team. The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association made the announcement Tuesday.

Abby Steiner earned three honors for her times in the 60-meter, 200m and the 4x400m relay, which is tied for the most honors in the country by any individual. Langston Jackson, Lance Lang and Megan Moss had two honors each.

Due to the cancellation of the 2020 NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships, the USTFCCCA ruled that there would be no distinction of first-team, second-team or honorable mention to this year’s recognitions.

The final list of USTFCCCA All-Americans was decided based on the post-medical scratches start list for the national championships. All individual student-athletes listed on the start list for their respective events were awarded All-American recognition, while relays were decided by the four student-athletes that produced the time which secured a spot at the national championships.

Below is a list of all 15 Kentucky All-Americans and the events they earned AA honors in for the 2019-20 season.

Congratulations, Wildcats!

Article written by Maggie Davis

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