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Quinn Earns First All-American Honor in Final Race

Quinn at a hurdle in the national finals
Quinn at a hurdle in the national finals

Quinn Earns First All-American Honor in Final Race

GENEVA, Ohio – Senior Anthony Quinn earned his first All-American honor in his final collegiate track meet, posting a time of 14.35 in the 110m hurdles at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

The time was a career best, breaking his time of 14.44 that he set in the preliminary heats on Thursday.

Quinn was situated in lane eight for Saturday's championship and got off to a quick start as the starting pistol fired on the fast field. He quickly closed in the final 50 meters of the race, finishing in seventh place, just sixth one-hundredths of a second from fourth place.

Final 110 Meter Results

1 Luke Rohloff Wis.-La Crosse 14.17
2 David Benjamin Rowan 14.19
3 Mason Plant Mount Union 14.29
4 Cody Hall Trinity (Tex.) 14.31
5 Roland Attoh-Okine    Wesley 14.32
6 Peter Girardi St. John Fisher 14.34
7 Anthony Quinn Randolph 14.35
8 Josh Etkind Tufts 14.37
9 Chase Toliver Rowan 14.40
10 Dylan Kalinay Simpson (Iowa)    14.76
11   Ifa Abduljelil Ohio Wesleyan 14.80