Lauren Bertsch, Scottie Todd and Julia Bryson were all honored for their combined outstanding performances in competition and in the classroom.
Last winter, the first openly transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division I men’s team spoke with the Brandeis SAAC. The UAA office featured him earlier this month.
The recent grad caps her career with one of the most prestigious awards presented by the NCAA each year.
The Judges had their third-best showing ever in the standings, scoring the most points in program history.
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It was the ninth All-America honor and fourth NCAA title for Emily Bryson, and the first individual honor for Doyin Ogundiran.
Doyin Ogundiran had her fastest NCAA outdoor 800-meters despite getting interfered with on the final turn, earning a berth in the finals because of that interference.
Emily Bryson won her heat and easily advanced for a chance at her fourth national title and ninth All-America award.
Emily Bryson will go for a fourth national title, with Doyin Ogundiran, Jac Guerra and Scott Grote will all be aiming for their first individual All-America honors.
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